XtremIO’s was originally backed by leading venture capital firms with long track records of success in funding enterprise infrastructure companies. In May of 2012, XtremIO was acquired by EMC.
Since 1983, Battery has been investing in technology and innovation worldwide. The firm partners with entrepreneurs and management teams across technology sectors, geographies and stages of a company’s life, from seed, start-up and expansion financing, to growth equity and buyouts. The pillars of Battery’s investment philosophy are: a concentration on technology and related sectors; a research-centric methodology for identifying and understanding large, emerging market opportunities; a proactive approach to finding driven entrepreneurs and compelling businesses; and daily involvement with every portfolio company. From offices in Boston, Silicon Valley and Israel, Battery manages nearly $4B in committed capital, including its current fund of $750M.
For the last 20 years GizaVC has been at the forefront of the Israeli Venture Capital Industry supporting great entrepreneurs building innovative business. Since its establishment in 1992, GizaVC has placed over half a billion dollars in more then 100 start ups and has produced 35 successful exists.
The foundations for JVP’s track record derive from the firm’s entrepreneurial spirit, experienced team and agile investment strategy. Through twenty three initial public offerings, acquisitions and mergers for its portfolio companies, JVP has helped to create some of the largest companies to come out of Israel over the past eighteen years.
Lightspeed Venture Partners is a leading global venture capital firm that manages over $2 billion of capital commitments. We closed Lightspeed VIII, an $800 million fund, in early 2008. Over the past two decades, our investment professionals have backed more than 150 companies, many of which have gone on to become leaders in their respective industries. Our team invests in the U.S. and internationally, with investment professionals and advisors located in Silicon Valley, China, India, and Israel.