Storage infrastructure company Confluence Networks this week annunced the addition of two executives to its management team.
The company said Mark Davis was appointed senior vice president of marketing and business development, and Rob Seim was named vice president of finance and controller.
According to Confluence, Mark Davis, responsible for marketing and business development at Confluence, played a key role in growing Sun Microsystems' storage business from near zero to becoming the largest Unix storage provider. He also served as vice president at Storage Technology Corp..
Rob Seim, the new head of the company's financial organization, was most recently CFO of a privately held startup. Before that, he provided strong financial management in stints as vice president at both Nortel and Bay Networks, and also served as controller of IBM's worldwide disk drive business.