RStor, a provider of cloud services across any multicloud environment, announced the opening of a new sales office in Tokyo. The company has appointed veteran technology executive Stuart Folo as vice president of Asia Pacific. The company also signed a distribution agreement with TwoFive.
To enter the Japanese market
TwoFive which develops end-to-end messaging and messaging security solutions will support RStor in the Japanese market with its wide range of storage-based solutions for Japanese service providers and large enterprises.With partnerships with Equinix, Coresite and Interxion, RStor’s Cloud Services are installed in co-location facilitates around the world including Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Giovanni Coglitore, founder and CEO, of RStor,
“As more companies leverage multiple cloud technologies, demand for our cloud services to manage complex environments and reduce costs has never been higher. I’m thrilled that RStor is opening an office in Tokyo to support our rapidly growing customer base and expand on our commitment to this market.”
Stuart Folo will lead sales, customer support, and channel development in the region. He has nearly two decades of experience. Prior to RStor, Folo led local teams and was vice president of sales at ImageWare Systems, Proofpoint, and Cloudmark.
RStor, headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, connects customer environments with cloud service providers through its innovative fabric technology. This reduces costs in managing highly distributed infrastructures.