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Start-up Sistina hires new CEO

Sistina Software, a Minneapolis start-up that sells software for sharing data storage across a group of servers, has hired Ian Bonner as its new chief executive. Bonner held the same post at Terraspring, until Sun Microsystems acquired the company in 2002. Before that, he spent nearly a decade at IBM, rising to vice president and general manager of Big Blue's software group.

At Sistina, Bonner plans to focus mainly on building partnerships with other computing companies. Sistina's previous CEO, Frank Crusing, left in June 2003 to pursue other opportunities, a company representative said.