Are you technically savvy but also love to sell? If so, then this job may be the perfect fit for you! We are seeking the best and brightest to join our team as a Customer Success Engineer. You will be responsible for supporting customer and R&D teams to develop qualification test plans, determine required equipment and develop schedules to meet our customer’s needs. Customers will seek your help to figure out problems, answer questions about our application, or perform configuration tasks. You will maintain lively customer and cross-functional relationships our internal engineering team, account management team, and product management team.
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Pliops’ mission is to deliver unprecedented storage performance for today’s most pressing data-intensive challenges – from databases and analytics to and machine learning and IoT. Unlike flash storage, CPU performance has not kept pace with explosive data growth and SSD adoption, creating bottlenecks for data-intensive applications. Just as GPUs overcome processing inefficiencies to accelerate artificial intelligence and deep learning, the breakthrough Pliops Storage Processor overcomes storage management inefficiencies to massively accelerate databases, analytics, machine learning, and other data-intensive applications.
Pliops is being tested and evaluated by more than twenty tier-one cloud and enterprise companies and has proven to boost application performance by more than 10x and reduce latency by up to 1000x. Allowing these companies to up-level existing infrastructures, eliminate bottlenecks, and dramatically improve resource utilization. With Pliops, data-intensive applications and SSDs can reach their full potential!
Pliops was recently named as one of the 10 hottest semiconductor startups in 2020 by CRN and its storage processors are shipping to select customers. The company has raised $115M to date from leading global investors including State of Mind Ventures, Viola Ventures, Intel Capital, KDT, SoftBank Ventures Asia, NVIDIA, Expon Capital, Western Digital, Xilinx and Sweetwood Capital.