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Founder & CEO, TSO Logic
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Aaron Rallo is the founder and CEO of TSO Logic, a company that provides software for monitoring and reducing energy consumption in datacenters. He has spent the last 15 years building and managing global datacenters to support major retailers. In 2010, he was recognized in the "Top 40 under 40" by Business in Vancouver, and he helped TSO Logic earn the 2013 Green IT Award from the Uptime Institute for best IT Product Deployment. Aaron graduated from Stanford University's Executive AEA program and holds a computer science degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology.

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