Instor Taps Data Center Industry Veteran To Run Data Center Services Division
Steve Clark will manage firm’s global data center services strategy to support existing customers while expanding offering into new markets.
Instor Solutions, Inc. (Instor) has announced that it has hired Steve Clark as vice president of data center services as part of the next phase of its strategic global expansion.
Clark will be based out of Instor’s Fremont, CA, headquarters where he will oversee the firm’s global data center services strategy and serve as a key engineering and professional services consultant for enterprise data centers and colocation providers. Clark will also be responsible for ensuring that best practices are instituted in the projects and services Instor offers for both new and existing customers. Additionally, he will expand worldwide service partnerships for the firm and oversee client services in new and established markets.
“For more than 30 years, Steve has built a respected reputation in a variety of areas within the data center industry,” said Jack Vonich, president, Instor. “The global data center services team that he manages is positioned well for Instor’s next phase of expansion. I look forward to watching them help solve the complex issues our customers face each day.”
Most recently a senior sales engineer with Digital Realty, Clark has worked in critical infrastructure delivery since 1985. He has also held key positions at a variety of other data center and telecommunications firms over the course of his career, including Teladata and AlfaTech.
“Building new or expanding existing data center facilities can be an incredibly complex process,” said Clark. “I am excited to join a data center infrastructure leader like Instor. The firm has built a global reputation as a data center infrastructure specialist, helping companies effectively build out whitespace. I look forward to helping take the next steps in enhancing its data center service offerings worldwide.”