MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bitcasa, the company that provides infinite storage across all devices, announced today that Tony Lee joined the company as vice president of engineering. Lee joins Bitcasa from Box, where he was vice president of backend engineering. Prior to Box, he spent eight years at Yahoo, where his last title was senior director of engineering.
Bitcasa also announced that Frank Meehan joined its board of directors. Meehan is part of Horizons Ventures, a Hong Kong-based investment firm focused on early-stage companies in the field of telecommunications, media and technology. He currently sits on the boards of Summly, Magisto, TOM Group, Fixmo, Affectiva, DoubleTwist and Desti, and has previously served on the boards of Siri and Spotify. He founded and served as the CEO of INQ Mobile and has held various positions at Hutchison Whampoa and Ericsson across Europe and Asia.
“Bitcasa is changing the cloud storage landscape by redefining the way we store, access and share data,” said Lee. “I am glad to see consumers embracing this solution and I look forward to leading our amazing engineering team through the opportunities that lie ahead. I see a lot of exciting things on the roadmap and I can’t wait to share them with everybody.”
“Users should no longer have to worry about space, data management and security. Bitcasa handles all of these with one integrated, easy-to-use solution,” said Meehan. “I look forward to being more involved with Bitcasa as the team executes on its vision.”
“We are pleased to have such high-caliber industry executives and entrepreneurs join the Bitcasa family,” said Tony Gauda, co-founder and CEO of Bitcasa. “Tony and Frank’s expertise in growing technology companies into dominant positions is particularly valuable to our company during its current growth stage.”
Bitcasa offers infinite storage space across all devices. Founded by former Mastercard and Mozy employees and backed by top-tier investors, including Horizons Ventures, Pelion Venture Partners, Samsung Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz, Bitcasa is redefining how consumers and SMBs are storing and accessing their data. Bitcasa makes the device’s hard drive infinite; users never have to worry about disk space again. They can save, access, and share an unlimited number of documents, pictures, music, and movies from any device. Everything is encrypted locally and backed up in the cloud, so user data is always safe and secure. Learn more at www.bitcasa.com, www.twitter.com/bitcasa, and www.facebook.com/bitcasa.