David Hitz

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David Hitz
Nationality American
Alma mater Swarthmore College
Deep Springs College
Princeton University
Occupation EVP of Netapp
Known for Co-founder of Netapp
Website David Hitz

David Hitz is an American engineer. In 1992, he, James Lau, and Michael Malcolm founded NetApp, where he became an executive vice president.

A graduate of Deep Springs College, Hitz earned a BSE from Princeton University and went on to work as a senior engineer at Auspex and as an engineer at MIPS Computer Systems.

He is co-recipient (with James Lau) of the 2007 IEEE Reynold B. Johnson Information Storage Systems Award.[1]


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