Chairman and co-founder.
Avery brings more than thirty years of technology expertise to his leadership role at Vidyo. Avery has founded and guided technology startups, managed publicly traded corporations and led mergers, acquisitions and initial public offerings for several companies during the past 30 years. He was Founder and CEO of CompuCom where his strategic direction and vision led the company to become a more than $1Billion publicly-traded company. In addition to Vidyo, he is currently the executive chairman of the boards of AeroScout, WaveBender and Phynomics, and a board member of SolarEdge.
President, CEO, Board member, and co-founder.
Prior to founding Vidyo, Inc, Ofer spent eight years at RADVISION where he was responsible for the development of the first IP video conferencing bridge and gatekeeper technology. For part of his tenure at RADVISION, Ofer served as senior vice president of business development responsible for strategy sales and relationships. Ofer was also a contributor and one of the editors of the H.323 standard. Ofer has more than fifteen years of experience in bringing disruptive technology to market. He holds a masters degree in applied physics.
Dr. Jon Bayless
General Partner, Sevin Rosen Funds.
Jon has been with Sevin Rosen Funds since its first fund, and has served as chairman of both Landmark Graphics Corporation and CIENA Corporation, two public companies funded by Sevin Rosen Funds. In addition to the Vidyo™ board, he is currently serving on the boards of Xtera Communications, General Bandwidth, Chiaro Networks, and Covaro Networks.
Managing Partner, Menlo Ventures.
Doug joined Menlo Ventures in 1982. Prior to Menlo Ventures, he worked as a design engineer at ROLM Corporation. At Menlo, Doug focuses primarily on information technology companies. Doug is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley (B.S. in Electrical Engineering), Stanford University Graduate School of Business (M.B.A.), and Stanford University Law School (J.D.).
Timothy L. Krongard
Partner, QuestMark Partners.
Tim joined QuestMark at its founding in 1998 as the Chief Financial Officer. He currently serves on the boards of Enpirion, Overture Networks, RF Code, and Thrift Recycling Management. In the past, he served on the boards of NetBotz (acquired by American Power Conversion), RealLifeHR (acquired by Hewitt Associates), SeniorHealth and Engineous Software (acquired by Dassault Systems).
Managing Partner, Rho Ventures.
Joshua co-founded Rho Ventures in 1981. Prior to 1981, he was an investment banker at Salomon Brothers in New York. He received an MBA from the Harvard Business School, and a BSc. in electrical engineering from the Israel Institute of Technology (Technion). His current and recent board seats include: GenVec, Diversa, Sionex, Yantra, Enerkem, Inotek and WiNetworks.
Managing Director and Founder, Saints.
Ken is a managing director and founder of Saints. Saints is a venture capital and private equity firm founded in 2000 and is the largest global direct secondary firm in the world. Ken focuses on the software and internet industries and also serves on the boards of Alliance Consulting, Acsis, Coloredge, KXEN, Laureate Pharmaceuticals and on the non-profit board of the Hope Street Group. He has previously been selected as a member of the Forbes Midas list for several years, where he was recognized as one of the top 100 investors in venture capital globally. Ken received a BS in Engineering at Stanford University and an MBA from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford.