SWIM.AI Ramps Up
exited stealth and announced new additions to its leadership team.
Co-founded by Rusty Cumpston and Chris Sachs, SWIM.AI delivers edge
intelligence software that combines edge computing, digital twins and
machine learning to efficiently deliver real-time business insights. The
rapid growth of new devices, sensors, and applications is generating an
explosion in the amounts of edge data requiring real-time analysis.
SWIM.AI’s software provides business insights and predictions by
efficiently reducing, analyzing and learning from fast data, in
real-time and on existing edge devices. In addition, the company today
announced the general availability of its first product, SWIM EDX.
The new additions are:
• Simon Crosby (CTO) – Crosby joins the company from Bromium, where he was CTO and co-founder. Prior to Bromium, he was CTO of the Data Center & Cloud Division at Citrix. Crosby joined Citrix through the acquisition of XenSource in 2007, which he also co-founded and led as CTO. Previously, Crosby was a principal engineer at Intel, where he led strategic research in distributed autonomic computing, platform security and trust. He was a member of faculty at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory and Fellow of Fitzwilliam College.
• Simon Aspinall (CSO/CMO) – Aspinall joins SWIM.AI from Dell/Virtustream where he was President Virtustream SARL and VP Sales Strategy/Enablement. Prior to Virtustream’s acquisition by Dell, he held executive roles including SVP for software sales and as chief marketing officer. Previously, Aspinall held multiple sales and marketing roles at Cisco Systems, including Global Marketing Lead for the Cloud, Mobility and SP Data Center Businesses.
• Ramana Jonnala (CPO) – Jonnala most
recently was co-founder and CEO of Coho Data, a storage company. Prior
to Coho Data, he was a VP with Citrix where he ran the XenClient product
team which included engineering, product management and product
marketing. Jonnala was part of the Citrix acquisition of XenSource where
he was VP of engineering.