Minoru Kosuge is Hitachi Data Systems chairman

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BANGALORE, INDIA: Hitachi Data Systems Corporation, a provider in services oriented storage solutions, announced today that it has elevated the current CEO, Minoru Kosuge, as the chairman of Hitachi Data Systems.


Jack Domme, who was appointed chief operating officer in 2007, has been appointed the company’s chief executive officer, said a press release.

“I would like to congratulate Minoru Kosuge on his new role. It is a great honor to have the opportunity to build on the success and market position he helped the company achieve,” said Jack Domme.

"Hitachi is one of the world's great companies, with a proud history of innovation, a deep focus on technology and product excellence, and a commitment to providing a best-in-class customer experience,” said Minoru Kosuge.


"I look forward to continuing to work with Jack Domme and the entire HDS leadership team to further build upon the company’s leading culture and legacy in these strategic focus areas," he added.

 A 29-year veteran of Hitachi, Ltd., Kosuge has held a number of positions in corporate and product strategy, IT management,logistics planning and operations.

Prior to this position, Kosuge was chief operating officer of Hitachi Data Systems. He also served as executive vice president and chief storage architect. Domme joined Hitachi Data Systems in 2003 and has held a number of management positions at the company.

Prior to his appointment as chief operating officer, Domme served as executive vice president of global solutions strategy and development responsible for product design, technical strategies and product management, the release said.