- Hugo Gunnarsen and Dennis O’Connell have joined ASA Computers as CTO and VP of Business Development & Strategy, respectively.
- Hugo brings extensive experience in shaping Verizon’s Infrastructure and Platform Services’ hardware strategy, while Dennis has a background in leading business development and technology strategy.
ASA Computers and its Data Center Division, Racklive, have recently appointed Hugo Gunnarsen as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Dennis O’Connell as the VP of Business Development & Strategy. Hugo brings over 15 years of experience in shaping Verizon’s Infrastructure and Platform Services’ hardware strategy. In his previous role as VP of Performance Engineering at Verizon, he led initiatives to drive adoption of new technology, implement cost modeling, and create server offerings for Verizon engineers. Hugo also played a key role in designing and operating data centers for Fast Search & Transfer. Dennis has more than 15 years of experience in leading business development and technology strategy. He previously worked as the Sr. Director of Yahoo’s Performance Engineering Team and on the Infrastructure Development team at Verizon. Dennis spearheaded initiatives to explore and onboard new technologies and server vendors, as well as identified areas of collaboration with vendors and customers.
Arvind Bhargava, CEO of ASA Computers, expressed excitement about the addition of Hugo and Dennis to the executive team. He believes their combined expertise and leadership will empower ASA Computers in providing exceptional business outcomes for customers. ASA Computers, founded in 1989 and headquartered in Fremont, California, is a leading IT solution provider specializing in high-performance computing and data center solutions.
ASA Computers offers expertise at both the system and rack levels, providing comprehensive solutions for infrastructure requirements. Their services include engineering capabilities, ensuring that they can address all IT infrastructure needs. To learn more about ASA Computers, visit their website at www.asacomputers.com.