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Spacedisk Moves Into Silicon Valley

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Spacedisk, Inc., which calls itself a second-generation Storage and Content Delivery Network (CDN), today announced it is expanding its North American presence to downtown San Jose CA. The company also named Warren J. Kaplan as President and CEO and member of the Board of Directors.

"San Jose is strategically located for Spacedisk in the United States. By establishing our headquarters here and maintaining an operations center and sales office in New Hampshire, we are centralized to our partners and customers," said Warren J. Kaplan, president and CEO. "Silicon Valley is very strategic because it is home to some of the leaders in high tech, who are looking for better ways to store, exchange and deliver information over the Internet. Our solutions combine the best of Storage and CDNs to help our enterprise customers to accelerate revenues, reduce costs and improve performance for their end users."

Spacedisk also has operations in Singapore and India in addition to the United States and a distributed network of EPoPs (Edge Points of Presence) in 5 continents and 22 countries.


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