John Gould, Brent Behrman to Oversee CyrusOne Sales Operations in EVP Roles

cyrusone-solutions-1John Gould and Brent Behrman, respectively former president of Stratasys‘ North American business and senior vice president of sales at Compass Datacenters, have joined data center services company CyrusOne‘s sales organization.

Gould was appointed executive vice president for global sales and Behrman will serve as EVP for strategic sales, CyrusOne said Wednesday.

“As our world enters an exciting new digital age, it is important CyrusOne continues to foster a best-in-class team of leaders and visionaries to help our customers harness the power of the internet,” said Tesh Durvasula, CyrusOne’s chief commercial officer.

Behrman previously led channel and direct sales initiatives at Compass Datacenters after he spent six years with Digital Realty, where he managed worldwide go-to-market strategy and client/channel relationships.

He also held sales leadership positions at Vettro, Entrust and Nortel Networks.

Before Stratasys, Gould previously served as chief revenue officer and general manager of ReachLocal‘s North American subsidiary.

He also worked in various executive roles at Dell for 14 years, including as head of the company’s information technology consulting division that has worked with clients to help them consolidate large-scale data centers, virtualize operations and implement Microsoft platforms.

CyrusOne provides mission-critical data center facilities built to secure and support the continuous operations of IT infrastructure assets of enterprise customers.

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