Volterra Announces Japan Country Manager
Volterra, an innovator in distributed cloud services, today announced that Tomoo Yamazaki has joined the company as Country Manager for Japan.
“I’m excited to join Volterra and grow its success, and its customers’ business value, across Japan”
SANTA CLARA & TOKYO, September 24, 2020 -- Mr. Yamazaki is a seasoned technology sales leader, with previous experience in multiple leadership roles across both the enterprise and telecommunications markets in Japan. He previously led Japan field operations for Cumulus Networks through its acquisition by NVIDIA, led strategic account management at Juniper for ten years, and was an account manager at EMC.
“I’m thrilled to join the Volterra team and help grow its success, and its customers' business value, across Japan,” said Mr. Yamazaki. “Volterra has a very advanced and broad solution that can power use cases at both the edge and cloud, and I look forward to bringing it to many customers over the coming months and years.”
“We’re very excited to have Mr. Yamazaki join us to lead our efforts in Japan,” said Jun Shi, Vice President of Sales and Business Development at Volterra. “We are very committed to the Japan market and its many global enterprises and service providers looking for distributed cloud capabilities. Our commitment and innovation have been recognized with a Best of Show Grand Prize for Cloud Service at Interop Tokyo 2020, as well as a 2020 Best Practices Award for Distributed Cloud Technology by premier analyst firm Frost & Sullivan.”
Volterra provides a distributed cloud platform to deploy, network and secure applications across multi-cloud and the edge. Small businesses to Fortune 100 companies and global telcos are using Volterra to deploy and operate distributed applications through a consistent set of cloud services, end-to-end visibility and control. DevOps teams can manage large sets of applications and infrastructure with less complexity. NetOps teams can simplify app-to-app connectivity and security across clouds.