Scott H. Davis
Scott Davis is a well-known technologist and entrepreneur, currently CTO at Infinio, a venture-backed storage startup company where he drives product and technology strategy while also acting as a key public-facing executive. Scott was formerly CTO of VMware’s End User Computing Business Unit and also served as VMware’s Chief Data Center/Storage Architect and Field CTO. He was instrumental in driving product and technology strategy, partnerships and advanced development initiatives spanning the breadth of VMware’s product lines and was a significant contributor to VMware’s EUC revenue growth from $35m in 2009 to over $1B today. A recognized expert in virtualization, clustering, operating systems, file systems, storage, and end-user computing technologies such as VDI, graphics protocols and mobility/EMM, Mr. Davis has held senior engineering and business management roles with both startup ventures and established industry firms. Some of his previous roles include President, CTO and Founder of Virtual Iron Software, which was acquired by Oracle as the core of OracleVM and CTO at Mangosoft, an Internet software and storage company with pioneering peer-to-peer clustering, caching and file system products. Scott began his career at Digital Equipment Corporation where he was Technical Director for the industry-acclaimed VAXCluster and VMS Volume Shadowing products, as well as DEC’s Windows NT clustering technology (later sold to Microsoft as the genesis of Microsoft ‘Wolfpack’ Cluster Server). Scott holds 17 US patents for clustering, storage and virtualization technologies and his products have won awards at Comdex, Demo, and LinuxWorld.
currently serves on the boards of Hortonworks, CallidusCloud, Unitrends and Staminus Communications. He previously served on the boards of Sourcefire and Quest Software. Mr. Klausmeyer served as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of three successful technology companies; The Planet, Inc., RLX Technologies and PentaSafe Security Technologies. ”