GigaSpaces’ Geva Perry to Present at Dealing With Technology (DWT) Trade Show
Who: Geva Perry, Chief Marketing Officer for GigaSpaces, a leading provider of innovative infrastructure software solutions.
What: Panel discussion at Dealing with Technology (DWT) Trade Show: “Tackling Grid Management”.
When: Thursday, May 3, 2007, 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. WET
Where: Hilton London Tower Bridge, Main Ballroom, 5 More London Place Tooley Street, London, SE1 2BY
London, UK – May 1, 2007 – GigaSpaces Technologies today announced that Geva Perry will present at the upcoming Dealing with Technology (DWT) trade show in London. Perry will join other industry leaders to discuss grid computing techniques and solutions on a panel moderated by Barry Childe, Director and Head of High Performance Computing at Barclays Capital.
During the panel, Perry will discuss: Managing compute grid resources, Implementing application servers within a grid environment, Addressing the file-management bottleneck, and Improving SOA performance in the grid environment.
Geva Perry, Chief Marketing Officer, is responsible for all marketing and business development activities at GigaSpaces, including strategy and positioning, product marketing, analyst/media relations and strategic alliances. Previously, Perry was the Company’s EVP Business Development.
Prior to joining GigaSpaces, Perry was Chief Operating Officer at SeeRun, a developer of real-time business activity monitoring software. In 1999, Perry co-founded and became General Partner of Synergy Ventures, a New York-based venture capital fund focused on enterprise software start-ups. Previous to Synergy, Perry worked at Earthweb, an online publisher of content for the developer community, before, during and after its highly successful IPO in 1998. Perry received a Bachelor’s degree from Hebrew University. He holds an MS from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
GigaSpaces provides infrastructure software solutions that deliver unparalleled dynamic scalability for high-volume transactional applications, without the overhead and complexity inherent in traditional multi-tier development and deployment environments.
Dealing with Technology (DWT) is the leading wholesale financial technology trade show for senior executives in the securities industry, focusing on front and middle-office trading solutions. Featuring a one-day exhibition and seminar programme, DWT brings together hundreds of trading and technology professionals from leading banks, asset managers, hedge funds, brokerages, exchanges and other financial institutions across Europe.
GigaSpaces provides a single infrastructure software platform for application scalability and performance. GigaSpaces’ unique approach enables developers to write their business logic as if writing to a single computer and then seamlessly scale out the application linearly anywhere, and on-demand. It is targeted at applications characterized by high-volume transaction and data processing and low transaction latency requirements and provides an alternative to Web Services for implementing high performance and scalable service-oriented architectures. GigaSpaces customers include leaders in the financial services, telecommunications sectors and government institutions, including: Societe Generale, Chicago Mercantile Exchange, Dow Jones, Virgin Mobile, Nortel and Hutchison 3G, where the need for mission-critical high-performance, low-latency, reliability and scalability necessitates an alternative to traditional approaches. GigaSpaces was founded in 2000 and has offices in New York, San Francisco, London, Paris and Israel. It is a privately held company, funded by FTVentures, BRM Capital, Intel Capital and Formula Vision.
For more information, please visit http://www.gigaspaces.com, or visit the company’s blog at http://www.gigaspacesblog.com.
For additional information, contact:
Tel: (+1) 617-681-1256
Alit Bar Sadeh
GigaSpaces Technologies, Inc.
Tel: (+1) -917-701-5185
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