Former Intel Sales Director Ron Whitfield Joins IT Optimization Startup Granulate as Vice President of Business Development


Whitfield brings decades of industry-leading experience to help accelerate the adoption of Granulate’s workload optimizer across industries

Posted: October 20, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. MDT|Update: 11 minutes ago

TEL AVIV, Israel, 20 October 2021 / PRNewswire / – Granule, a leading provider of standalone real-time workload optimization and cost reduction solutions, today announced the appointment of Ron whitfield as vice president of business development. With more than 20 years at Intel, including as Sales Director for the chip giant’s Data Center group, Whitfield joins Granulate to help expand its presence and customer base across continents and industries.

“Granulate is one of the most exciting start-ups I have encountered. The impact it is already having on industries at all levels can only be described as extraordinary,” said Ron whitfield, new vice president of business development for Granulate. “I have seen first-hand the difference Granulate has made for its customers. I’m excited to join the team and play a role in making Granulate’s workload optimizer the industry standard. “

Founded in 2018, Granulate optimizes IT infrastructure with its AI-powered solution that tailors workload prioritization to the unique needs of any business, reducing response times by up to 40% and increasing throughput by 5 times. . Running at the operating system level, Granulate enables organizations to achieve workload performance at scale, reducing costs by up to 60%. Designed to work in any infrastructure and IT environment, implementing Granulate is quick and easy, requiring no code changes or R&D involvement.

Whitfield will oversee Granulate’s business relationships with top systems integrators, OEMs, ISVs and the MSO market. He will lead Granulate’s key industry partnerships across sales, marketing and business units to accelerate and increase the performance of their compute, storage and networking while reducing costs in the data center and cloud. . Ron will also be responsible for forging new partnerships with cloud service providers and other critical cloud service solutions, while also working to deepen the company’s relationship with Intel.

“We are delighted to welcome such an experienced and impactful executive like Ron to our team as we continue to grow our operations and reach to deliver our solution to as many customers as possible,” said Asaf Ezra, CEO and co-founder of Granulate. “Ron’s rich career, extensive network of relationships and regional knowledge will be instrumental in executing our operational strategies, building additional partnerships with the company and consolidating our key role in the industry.”

In addition to his role as Director of Sales for Intel’s Data Center Group, Whitfield has also served as a Sales and Business Development Mentor for the Intel Ignite Startup Accelerator Program, helping many startups to improve their capabilities through alliances, joint sales and marketing collaboration. .

About Granule
Granule is a real-time, stand-alone IT optimization company that delivers lower compute costs, faster response time, and better throughput, with no code changes required. Granulate’s patent-pending next-generation solution provides AI-powered infrastructure and workload optimization for robust compute performance and cost improvements in any IT environment, enabling businesses to any size of any industry by increasing their computing power while reducing computing costs. Companies that implemented Granulate reduced their compute spend by up to 60%, benefiting from a 40% reduction in response time and a 5X increase in throughput. For more information visit:

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United States: + 1-347-897-9276

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