|Born||Sunnyvale, California, USA|
|📆 Years active||2000 - present|
|👩 Spouse(s)||Christy Niazi|
Early life and career
Eren was born in Sunnyvale, California. His childhood neighbor was Steve Jobs. At the age of 12, Eren started learning how to develop programming codes. He didn't attend college. Eren started his career at AMAX Engineering a server and cluster computing company which was founded in 1979. In 2000, Eren resigned from AMAX after one year later he started his own venture.
In 2001, when he was in his early-20s, started his own venture, Open Source Storage (OSS), the first OSS office was located in Santa Clara, California. OSS attracted numerous clients such as Friendster, Facebook, NASA, Yahoo, and the US Army.
In 2004, with the expanding of OSS, the company moved to Atari former building to be it’s new headquarters at 1195 Borregas Avenue in Sunnyvale, California and continued using this location as it’s headquarters office until 2007.
In 2013 OSS was totally bankrupted but relaunched again by Eren. In 2016, retired NFL star Patrick Willis joined OSS as a business partner, an investor and executive vice president. In 2007, OSS was struggling and finally went bankrupt after a lot of blocks that Eren faced. In April 2018, in association with Jim Truong, Eren founded Open Source Evolution (OSE) an extend of OSS.
On April 13th, 2018 Christy Niazi Eren’s wife died. Eren has twins Cydney Christine Niazi and Cyrus Eren Niazi.
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