Hyperion Research expands its analyst team
7 Jan 2020 St. Paul -
Responding to the company's continuing growth and new business opportunities, Hyperion Research is adding two new analysts as well as reconfiguring its existing staff.
The new staff looks as follows:
- Mark Nossokoff is a new Hyperion Research Senior Analyst. Mark Nossokoff brings over 30 years' experience in data storage technology and solutions to Hyperion Research. Mark Nossokoff has a BSEE from Purdue University and an MBA from Wichita State University. Mark Nossokoff, a resident of Colorado, will cover all areas pertaining to the HPC market, with a special focus on storage.
- Melissa Riddle joins Hyperion Research as an Associate Analyst. She has degrees in both computer science and mathematics from the University of California, Fullerton. Melissa Riddle, who lives in California, will support all areas of HPC, with a special focus on data analytics and market research.
- Earl Joseph will become the Hyperion Research lead analyst for the growing HPDA-AI market and will continue to manage the staff and the company's business as CEO.
- Steve Conway will move to a new role as Senior Adviser, HPC Market Dynamics. Steve Conway will spend less time on direct client work and focus more on in-depth market analysis and dynamics, especially HPC-AI, HPC-Cloud and HPC-enterprise market convergence, use cases, key players and requirements for success.
- Bob Sorensen has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Research, leading the company's worldwide coverage of quantum computing and emerging technologies.
- Alex Norton has been promoted to Research Analyst, covering all areas of the HPC market, with a focus on AI hardware and the Cloud. In addition, Alex Norton will be managing the data collection team.
- Jean Sorensen has been promoted to Chief Operations Officer. She will support and manage all business aspects of the company.
- Mike Thorp and Kurt Gantrish will continue in their roles as Senior Account Executives.
- Katsuya Nishi will continue as a partner to Hyperion Research, supporting research projects in Japan.
Hyperion Research looks forward to continuing to provide superior, data-based market information and analysis to the worldwide HPC community.