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StorNet Appoints Riley VP Sales - West

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StorNet Inc., a provider of networked storage services, announced the appointment of Clair H. Riley as the company's western area vice president of Sales.

Riley brings with him over 30 years of experience in the information technology industry. Prior to joining StorNet, Riley was an area sales director for Computer Network Technology Corp., a provider of storage networking solutions. While at CNT, he was responsible for managing their sales and technical support team in 11 Western states.

Riley's management background includes positions of sales manager and business unit director at StorageTek, area vice president and VP of Channel Extension Products at Network Systems Corp., regional vice president and area vice president at Data Switch Corporation (now InRange Technologies), and district manager at Harris Corporation.

Riley holds a B.S. Degree in Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and now resides in Lake Forest, CA.

Commenting on the announcement, Charles R. Yonker, chief operations officer of StorNet said, "I am very pleased to have Clair as a significant member of our executive management team. His proven record of accomplishment and broad industry experience will contribute to our continued growth."


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