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Violin Memory Appoints Kevin DeNuccio CEO

Violin Memory has appointed Kevin A. DeNuccio as president and chief executive officer. He has also been elected to the Violin Memory board of directors. Mr. DeNuccio, 54, succeeds Howard A. Bain III, who was serving as interim CEO. Mr. Bain will remain chairman of the Violin Memory Board of directors.

Mr. DeNuccio brings to Violin more than 25 years of executive and board experience building, managing and growing leading technology businesses. Most recently, he managed Wild West Capital, an angel investing, management and technology consulting firm he co-founded in 2012. From 2010 to 2012, he served as the chief executive of Metaswitch Networks, a London-based, privately held provider of IP and telecommunications software.

 

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