Fidelity Investments is one of the world’s largest providers of financial services, with assets under administration of $4.3 trillion, including managed assets of $1.8 trillion, as of July 31, 2013. Founded in 1946, the firm is a leading provider of investment management, retirement planning, portfolio guidance, brokerage, benefits outsourcing and many other financial products and services to more than 20 million individuals and institutions, as well as through 5,000 financial intermediary firms. For more information about Fidelity InvestmentsLearn More
Greylock partners with entrepreneurs to build market-leading companies. Founded in 1965, Greylock has funded and helped build several hundred successful companies. More than 150 of the companies they have supported have gone on to IPOs and more than 100 have gone on to profitable M&A events. The Greylock investing team hails from operational and entrepreneurial roles at technology companies large and small, and works tirelessly to provide unparalleled help and trusted advice to portfolio companies across key aspects of company building, including strategy, recruiting and business development.Learn more
Index Ventures is a leading global venture capital firm active in technology and biotechnology investing since 1996. From our offices in Geneva, London and San Francisco we love to discover and support the most entrepreneurial teams wherever they are looking to build market defining global businesses. For more information on our investments, from seed through to growth stage, please visit http://www.indexventures.comLearn More
Launched in 1999 as an independent, not-for-profit organization, IQT was created to bridge the gap between the technology needs of the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) and new advances in commercial technology. With limited insight into fast-moving private sector innovation, the IC needed a way to find emerging companies, and, more importantly, to work with them. As a private company with deep ties to the commercial world, we attract and build relationships with technology startups outside the reach of the Intelligence Community.Learn More
Institutional Venture Partners (IVP) was founded by Reid Dennis in 1980. IVP was one of the first venture firms on Sand Hill Road, and Reid put IVP on the map by raising the first IVP fund, a $22 million venture capital fund. Over thirty years later, the firm continues to partner with exceptional entrepreneurs to create market leaders for the future. IVP recently raised IVP XIV, a $1 billion later-stage venture capital and growth equity fund, and manages $4 billion in committed capital.Learn More
Redpoint Ventures is passionate about helping entrepreneurs build companies that defy convention, shape the future, and change the world. We stand behind our entrepreneurs as more than just investors. With our deep experience and industry connections, we support and guide entrepreneurs all the way to the top. From early investments in MySpace, Netflix, TiVo, and Juniper to companies such as RightMedia, Zimbra, LifeSize, Danger and Fortinet - we're proud to have shared and supported their vision from the beginning. Redpoint can show you the way.Learn More
Samsung Ventures and Samsung Semiconductor, Inc. are subsidiaries of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. As the leader in advanced memory solutions, Samsung Semiconductor is the largest producer of Green DDR3 and Green SSDs for virtualized data centers, clients and corporate networks. It is the largest producer of NAND Flash, SRAM, high-end graphics memory and displays, as well as a leading global producer of system logic, sensors, and controllers.Learn More
Sutter Hill Ventures has financed technology-based start-ups and assisted entrepreneurs in building market-leading companies since 1962. Through decades of experience, they have developed strong industry networks, considerable operating and venture capital experience, and an understanding of the challenges that early-stage and high-growth companies face. They offer expertise in developing business strategy and partnerships, building management teams, and financing companies in both public and private markets.Learn More
Founded in 1937, Baltimore based T. Rowe Price (troweprice.com) is a global investment management organization that provides a broad array of mutual funds, subadvisory services, and separate account management for individual and institutional investors, retirement plans, and financial intermediaries. The organization also offers a variety of sophisticated investment planning and guidance tools. T. Rowe Price’s disciplined, risk aware investment approach focuses on diversification, style consistency, and fundamental research.Learn More
Tiger Global is a fundamentally-oriented, global investment firm. The Firm deploys capital in two businesses - private equity partnerships and public equity funds. Tiger Global’s private equity partnerships have ten-year horizons and invest in growth companies in the global Internet and technology sectors. The Firm’s public equity funds focus on long-term trends in the technology, telecom, media, retail and consumer sectors. Tiger Global was founded in 2001 and is based in New York.
Diane Greene was Founder, President and CEO of VMware, Inc. Under Diane's leadership, VMware created the market for mainstream virtualization and the resulting virtualization software industry. Diane is currently on the board of the Peninsula Open Space Trust and is a member of the MIT Corporation and has held technical leadership positions at Silicon Graphics, Sybase and Tandem and was CEO of VXtreme.
Dr. Mendel Rosenblum
Dr. Mendel Rosenblum was Founder and Chief Scientist of VMware, Inc. Dr. Rosenblum is now an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University, where he leads a group focused on operating systems research. Together with his students, he developed the Hive operating system, the SimOS machine simulator and the Disco virtual machine monitor.
Frank Slootman is CEO of Service Now. Prior to Service Now, Frank served as CEO of Data Domain and as President of EMC's Backup Recovery Systems (BRS) division after EMC's acquisition of Data Domain in 2009 for $2.4 billion.