Mark Lee, Splashtop Co-Founder and CEO
Prior to Splashtop Inc., Mark was a co-founder and CEO of OSA Technologies. Founded in 2000, OSA raised a total of $20M from Intel, Dell, Quanta, Foxconn, UMC, Storm Ventures, Sycamore Ventures, and others. The company had operations in San Jose, Shanghai and Taipei. OSA was acquired by Avocent in 2004 for $100M. Mark continued to serve as Senior VP of Avocent until June of 2006.
Prior to OSA, Mark spent over 7 years at Intel.
Mark received his MS and BS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT, and executive MBA from ASU.
Thomas Deng, Splashtop Co-Founder and SVP of Product Management
Prior to Splashtop, Thomas was the CTO and co-founder of OSA Technologies, where he was responsible for the architecture and development of OSA’s industry-leading server management software and firmware solutions, which were shipped by top tier software and hardware vendors such as Microsoft, Intel, Dell, HP, and IBM. After OSA’s acquisition by Avocent in 2004, Thomas continued to serve as the CTO of Avocent’s Embedded Software and Solutions division until 2006.
In addition to OSA and Avocent, Thomas has worked at Intel, Motorola, NCR/AT&T Global Information Solutions, the NASA Science Internet Office, and the MIT Laboratory for Computer Science.
Thomas received his MS and BS in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT.
Bobby Chao – Founding Managing Partner, DFJ DragonFund China
Prior to co-founding the DFJ DragonFund, Bobby served as the CEO of VA Linux, founded and lead OCRON, and co-founded Cadence Design Systems. DFJ investments include Baidu, Skype, Focus Media, Hotmail, and many others.
Ryan Floyd – Managing Director, Storm Ventures
Ryan is a founding member of Storm Ventures. He has invested in semiconductor, components, and software companies, including MetaRAM, SandForce, Ignis Optics (acquired by Bookham), Appcelerator, Netforensics, Yieldbuild, and Kidaro (acquired by Microsoft). Prior to founding Storm Ventures, Ryan directed business development at E-TEK Dynamics.
Peter Sonsini – General Partner, NEA
Pete joined NEA in 2005 and focuses on early-stage enterprise software, systems and consumer internet companies. He is the co-head of NEA’s enterprise software practice group, and serves on several boards for NEA portfolio companies. Past investments include Xensource (acquired by Citrix Systems) and Teracent (acquired by Google).
Prior to NEA, Pete was Senior Director of Strategic Alliances at VMware where he struck the company’s initial OEM deals and grew annual sales through OEMs from $0 to $40 million in four years. Pete ran product management at Mirapoint and worked in sales and marketing at Hewlett-Packard, including Worldwide Product Manager for the mid-range server business. Pete began his career at Montgomery Securities in the Technology Corporate Finance group. Pete received his MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, and his BA in Political Economy from the University of California, Berkeley.