Silicon Mechanics Appoints New COO
Feb. 26 — Silicon Mechanics, Inc. announces the appointment of Daniel Chow as Chief Operating Officer. Mr. Chow is a technology leader with a passion for bringing new ideas, solutions, and products to the marketplace. He will lead Silicon Mechanics’ project management, business integration, architecture/engineering, and production groups.
Mr. Chow has more than eleven years of IT experience as an executive, senior manager, lead UNIX system engineer, lead storage engineer, and storage architect. He joins Silicon Mechanics from Disney Technology Solutions and Services, where he was Senior Manager of Storage & Compute Services, responsible for Disney’s internal hosting service provider platform.
He has been especially successful in using open source and commercially available software to deliver highly scalable and turnkey commodity cloud solutions. Silicon Mechanics is known for their server, storage, and HPC expertise, serving customers who need flexible solutions for managing data, cloud, and virtualization. They are also known for delivering consistent quality that customers rely on. Mr. Chow will be focused on ensuring the continued quality of Silicon Mechanics’ solutions and products while keeping pace with technology innovations.
“We have experienced significant volume growth, and Mr. Chow’s appointment represents the kind of investment we need to architect, build, support, and deploy the best possible solutions for our customers,” said Eva Cherry, CEO and President of Silicon Mechanics. “His engineering management skills will help us be the kind of partner that customers are seeking when faced with more and more complex data management needs.”
About Silicon Mechanics
Silicon Mechanics, Inc. is an industry-leading provider of rackmount server, storage, and high-performance computing solutions. Deploying the latest innovations in hardware and software technology, we work in collaboration with our customers to design and build the most efficient, cost-effective technology solution for their needs.
Source: Silicon Mechanics