Ramon.Space appoints two space industry leaders to drive accelerated growth

The Israeli company is a leader in space-resilient computing. Its mission: bringing true earth-like computing infrastructure to space

Ramon.Space appoints two space industry leaders to drive accelerated growth

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Ramon.Space, an Israeli leader in space-resilient computing with offices in California, announced the appointments of Steve Good as Chief Commercial Officer and Lisa Kuo as Vice President of Strategic Sales to the company’s leadership team.

The two will spearhead the expansion of the company’s commercial business and market reach. Good will lead the company’s commercial strategy, focusing on market and business development, partnerships, and go-to-market initiatives, while Kuo will focus on driving the entire sales process for new and existing customers, fulfilling the Ramon.Space mission of bringing true earth-like computing infrastructure to space.

“Steve and Lisa bring wealth of experience that will posture Ramon.Space to achieve new heights,” said Avi Shabtai, Chief Executive Officer of Ramon.Space. “As drivers of our commercial growth, they will open new markets that enable the reality of data centers and truly high-performance edge computing within a hybrid terrestrial/space network.”  

"Having worked throughout the satellite ecosystem over the past 25 years, from satellite and ground equipment manufacturers to satellite operators and service providers, the value proposition of the Ramon.Space offering resonated with me immediately," said Good. "As an industry, we must move beyond the development of software-defined satellites to the deployment of truly software-empowered, fully programmable spacecraft with the robust computing capabilities required to enable the versatility to adapt to highly dynamic and demanding applications from both mobile and fixed users.”

“The innovation that Ramon.Space brings to the industry is more than technological advances. The company brings real social impacts by democratizing access to computing resources in space,” said Kuo. "I am thrilled at the opportunity to work alongside a team of trailblazers. We are paving the way for more applications and more significant missions in space."

Ramon.Space builds space-resilient supercomputing systems. Powered by its unique AI/ML processors, Ramon.Space’s software-empowered systems enable the realization of earth-like computing capabilities in space. The company’s proven technology is already deployed in space and used in many satellites and more than 50 space missions across the solar system. Ramon.Space has offices in the United States and Israel.

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