Compute North Adds Satyen Yadav as CTO to Accelerate Sustainable Cloud Solutions

Compute North, a firm focused on sustainable, large-scale computing infrastructure, has announced the appointment of Satyen Yadav as Chief Technology Officer “to advance innovation in distributed computing services, including cloud computing for machine learning applications.”

As covered, Compute North works with clients in the blockchain/DLT, cryptocurrency mining, and distributed computing sectors to provide “highly scalable” digital infrastructure and deliver the “most sustainable and cost-effective computing solutions.”

A veteran of Boeing Digital Aviation and Amazon Web Services, Yadav reportedly brings over 25 years of global tech and business experience developing software for large-scale distributed systems and “delivering innovative B2B/B2C distributed cloud platforms and services.”

Yadav began as CTO with Compute North in May “after serving as Global CTO of Boeing Digital Aviation, where he was responsible for the vision and direction of digital product architecture, agile development methodologies, cloud service architecture, and security practices.”

He also “led the global teams responsible for delivering software-as-a-service (SaaS) and analytic solutions for the aerospace industry.”

Prior to Boeing Digital Aviation, Yadav “held leadership positions at technology companies Amazon Web Services and Intel.”

Dave Perrill, Compute North CEO and Co-founder, said:

“Satyen brings unparalleled technical leadership and passion for driving efficiency in cloud computing. Needs are changing fast, and as the demand continues for data to become faster and smarter, traditional infrastructure isn’t keeping up. By delivering agile, efficient, and affordable computing solutions, Compute North is focused on fueling the next wave of business breakthroughs while accelerating the transition to a carbon-neutral future.”

When companies are tied to infrastructure that is mis-matched with their needs, “it slows down their work and holds back their potential.”

This challenge “is one Yadav understands.”

He brings deep expertise “in crafting cloud-based solutions to Compute North.”

Over the course of his career, he has been “credited with more than 20 patents in distributed computing, networking, machine learning, and cybersecurity.”

Yadav added:

“This opportunity combines my passion for technology with renewable energy to build the world’s most sustainable and cost-effective computing infrastructure at scale. We’re going to bring a diversity of computing workloads to the renewable energy sources and work to net-zero emissions. Ultimately, the work we are doing will advance both data center and energy grid infrastructure to support a higher concentration of renewables.”

As covered, Compute North claims to be “the leader in TIER 0™ data centers, focused on delivering the most sustainable, cost-effective computing in the world.”

The company “provides efficient, highly scalable infrastructure for clients in the blockchain, cryptocurrency mining, and the distributed computing space.”

With operations across the United States, Compute North “brings a unique combination of data center, energy, and technology expertise to meet the growing demand for purpose-built infrastructure solutions for highly specialized computing needs.”

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