Nice to meet you…
Let us introduce ourselves. We’re an experienced team obsessed with one thing; empowering our customers with a true ‘software defined cloud’. We’re also obsessed with massive cloud hyper scaling. Ok, so that’s two things. Simply put we are here to make your cloud experience better, faster, more secure, cheaper and easier.
Why We Founded RSTOR
We believe the current cloud service model is broken, so we’ve redesigned it from the ground up – including the business model. We were not created to compete in the cloud, we were created to disrupt the cloud.
With senior executives from some of the most important brands in cloud computing and enterprise technology, RSTOR was founded to innovate on behalf of customers and to deliver efficient, secure, and easy to use cloud computing capabilities.
Our founding team’s history of success includes Rackable, the hardware provider of choice for leading hyper-scale environments and after constructing the infrastructure for Facebook, the team built a successful data storage company, Optical Archive Inc., that was sold to Sony.
Sit back on laurels? No way. Disrupting the cloud industry is our passion, improving our customers’ cloud experience is our mission and we won’t rest until everyone has control of their cloud data at a fair price.
Some call us visionaries, others say we are cloud nerds, but one thing is certain…somebody has to disrupt the cloud industry and we are confident that you’ll see that we’re just the team to do it.
Our Executive Team
We helped build the cloud. Now we are giving control back to the users.
Founder & CEO
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Technology Officer
Chief Revenue Officer
Chief Information Officer
Chief of Staff
Chief of Strategy
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