Investors

As a privately held, well capitalized company, Vidyo benefits from the strategic counsel and financial support of some of the world’s premier venture capital firms. Our investors have a strong track record in helping to build leading companies in their field. Vidyo™ investors include:

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Menlo Ventures provides long-term capital and management support to early-stage and emerging-growth companies. As one of Silicon Valley’s oldest venture capital partnerships, Menlo Ventures has organized and managed nine venture funds since its inception in 1976. With more than $3.9 billion under management, and a team with over one hundred years of collective experience in technology, marketing, sales and general management, Menlo Ventures has the resources to support the most ambitious of projects.www.menloventures.com

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Rho Ventures is a venture capital group that has a diversified investment approach across high growth sectors including information technology, communications, new media, healthcare and energy technology. The firm has been investing since its inception in 1981 throughout all stages of a company’s development from seed to growth equity rounds. They have invested in approximately 200 venture stage companies and makes investments in a broad range of venture apital and private equity funds. Total capital under management currently exceeds $2 billion.www.rho.com

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Sevin Rosen Funds Sevin Rosen Funds was founded in 1981 by L.J. Sevin and Ben Rosen, who quickly established a reputation for success. In the past two decades, the firm has assembled a team with deep operating, technology, and venture capital experience. SRF’s impressive track record is, in large measure, based upon its team approach and that team’s extensive experience working together. Since the beginning, SRF’s emphasis on very early stage investments, particularly incubations and seed financings, has demanded that its partners work closely with entrepreneurs in what the partners know is the real long-term team sport: building companies.www.srfunds.com

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QuestMark Partners is an expansion-stage venture firm providing growth capital to exceptional management teams across the U.S. With over $750 million under management, QuestMark targets highly-differentiated, often category-creating companies with the commercial traction and strategic position to support long-term standalone success. Since its founding in 1998, QuestMark’s collaborative, insightful, and patient approach to company building has helped many entrepreneurial teams grow and succeed as market leaders across a range of industries. www.questmarkpartners.com

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Saints is a venture capital and private equity firm founded in 2000 and is the largest global direct secondary firm in the world. Today, Saints manages over one billion dollars which has been invested in companies in the technology, healthcare, consumer and industrial industries. Notable investments included Tellme, Atheros, Cavium, Sidestep, Internet Brands, Business.com, Acorda, Zazzle, Angies List, Gilt Groupe, Facebook and others.

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Four Rivers Group is an expansion stage venture capital firm that invests in high-growth, market leading technology companies globally. Founded with the needs of the entrepreneur in mind, the firm provides custom, flexible financings. Four Rivers Group leads small or large rounds and has no minimum threshold for check size or ownership percentage. Sample investments include Aerohive, Availink, Carbonite, FireEye, GameFly, Sabrix (Thomson Reuters) and Return Path. www.fourriversgroup.com

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Junos Innovation Fund is a venture capital fund, funded solely by Juniper Networks, focused on the Junos ecosystem, and networking technologies and applications of the future. The goal of the fund is to invest in early- and growth-stage companies to generate strategic benefits and financial returns for Juniper Networks. The fund invests in partners that have similar visions, and focuses on leaders in its target segments, paying particular attention to technology, intellectual property, and management strength.