3PAR has launched its first sales office in Korea as part of its expansion within the Asia-Pacific region. The company has named Sung-Soon Lee as country manage and plans to offer InServ storage server family of virtualised storage arrays to enterprises, service providers and other organisations building virtual and cloud computing datacentres.
Lee has 20yrs of experience in strategic management of direct and channel businesses in key markets and accounts in Korea. His experience includes management positions at Dell, Oracle, Sybase, Avaya, and Informix in Korea.
Lee, said: When it comes to delivering storage virtualisation for enhanced agility and efficiency, 3PAR brings years of leadership, making it a perfect fit for Korean customers looking for high-end utility storage with great TCO.
David Scott, president and CEO of 3PAR, said: Lee’s deep knowledge of global business culture and broad experience with developing corporate strategy, formulating business plans, and working with key stakeholders to execute those plans make him an ideal leader to drive 3PAR’s expansion into Korea.
His solid understanding of diverse industry requirements, combined with a proven management and operational leadership record, reflect the kind of qualities strategic to 3PAR’s success in the Korean market.
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