Infomart Dallas names Thielamay as technology VP

Infomart Dallas names Thielamay as technology VP

Infomart Data Centres Dallas has appointed Sandy Thielamay as its new vice president of technology.

Speaking on his appointment Thielamay said: “As enterprise IT workloads transition to hybrid cloud infrastructure, there has never been a more exciting time to be an integral part of customers’ data centre solutions. I am excited to join the Infomart team and help deliver highly efficient and technologically advanced systems, products and programs rooted in automation, control and transparency.” 

In his new role, Thielamay is responsible for new product development and leading the company’s data centre operations team. In addition to, leading the design, build and commercial go-to market strategy of Infomart’s channel partner initiative.

With over 20 years’ experience in IT solutions, Thielamay has worked across various technical, business development and management roles spanning several locations including Africa, Europe and North America. Before joining Infomart he was the central region director for IPSoft. Prior to that he was a general manager at State Informatics, partner and vice president of sales at KlioSoft and CTO & vice president of engineering at Totality. 

John Sheputis, president of Infomart Data Centres, welcomed the news of Thielamay’s appointment saying: “Sandy is a relentless innovator and recognised thought leader in both IT services and managed services. With over 20 years of expertise in designing and delivering innovative IT solutions, Sandy is the right choice to further grow Infomart’s product offerings for colocation and cloud providers. Sandy has also been asked to lead the company’s channel partner programme, which will provide customers with more ways to leverage the Infomart ecosystem.”

Earlier this month, Infomart Data Centres announced that it was collaborating with PacketFabric to bring the NantWorks company’s software-defined networking (SDN)-based network platform to its Dallas and Portland data centres.

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