Committee Composition

Board of Directors Audit Compensation Nominating and Corporate Governance
Dr. Edward H. Frank

Dr. Edward H. Frank is CEO and co-founder of Brilliant Lime, a technology development startup. Previously, he was CEO of Cloud Parity Inc., a mobile application company, he co-founded in 2014. From 2009 through 2013 he served as Vice President of Macintosh Hardware Systems Engineering at Apple. Prior to that, Dr. Frank was Corporate Vice President of Research and Development at Broadcom Corporation, where he played a key role in corporate business and IP strategy and was responsible for the company’s overall engineering execution in addition to co-founding and leading the engineering group for Broadcom's Wireless LAN business. Prior to joining Broadcom, Dr. Frank was the founding Chief Executive Officer and Executive Vice President at Epigram, Inc. (later acquired by Broadcom) and was a Co-Founder and Vice President of Engineering of NeTpower, Inc. Earlier, Dr. Frank was a Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems, Inc., where he co-architected several generations of Sun's SPARCstations and was a principal member of Sun's Green Project, which developed the precursor to the Java cross-platform, web programming language.

Dr. Frank received a Ph.D. in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University, where he was a Hertz Foundation Fellow. He has been a Trustee of Carnegie Mellon University since 2000 , and is currently a Vice Chairman of its Board of Trustees. He holds BSEE and MSEE degrees from Stanford University. He serves on the Boards of Directors of Analog Devices (ADI), Cavium (CAVM), and eASIC, and is an advisor to several Bay Area Venture capital firms and startups. Dr. Frank holds over 50 issued patents and in 2018 he was elected to the National Academy of Engineering, based on his contributions to the development and commercialization of wireless products.

Ned Hooper

Ned Hooper is a Founding Partner of Centerview Capital Technology and currently serves as its Managing Partner. Ned brings over 20 years of operational and investment experience, leading growth technology businesses from the C-Suite and managing venture and growth capital investments. Prior to Centerview, Ned was Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer at Cisco. He drove the development of Cisco’s business vision and strategy to identify market transitions across customer segments and developed integrated strategies that leveraged all Cisco assets. As part of this role, he was responsible for business development activities including acquisitions, equity investments, and the incubation of innovative technologies. Ned currently serves on the Board of Directors of Quantenna Communications; zSpace, a start-up driving innovation in immersive, holographic platforms; and as a Trustee for the Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia. Prior investments include Think Big Analytics (acquired by Teradata).

Harold Hughes

Mr. Hughes has more than 30 years of experience in the high technology industry. Previously, he served as the Chief Executive Officer and President at Rambus Inc. from January 2005 to June 2012. Mr. Hughes founded and served as Chief Executive Officer of Pandesic, a provider of web-based SAP systems, which was sold to SAP AG. He also founded and served as the Vice President of Intel Capital, Intel's venture investment operation. Mr. Hughes has held various board positions with major multi-national companies, including Cortina Systems, Pandesic Company, View, Inc., Cresta Technology Corporation, Berkeley Technology Ltd., Finisar Corp., and Rambus Inc. Mr. Hughes holds an MBA from the University of Michigan and a BA in Liberal Arts from the University of Wisconsin.

Jack Lazar

Mr. Jack Lazar is on the Board of Directors at Silicon Labs (NASDAQ: SLAB) and TubeMogul (NASDAQ: TUBE) and is an Accounting Advisory Board Member at Santa Clara University. From 2014 until March 2016, he served as Chief Financial Officer at GoPro, completing its 2014 IPO and growing revenue to over $1.6 billion. Prior to joining GoPro, Mr. Lazar was Senior Vice President, Corporate Development and General Manager at Qualcomm Atheros. From 2003 until the $3.6 billion acquisition of Atheros by Qualcomm in 2011, Mr. Lazar served in a variety of positions and most recently as Atheros' Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President of Corporate Development. During his tenure at Atheros, the company completed its IPO and grew to over $1 billion in revenue. Prior to joining Atheros, Mr. Lazar was Executive Vice President of Corporate Development, Chief Financial Officer and Secretary of NetRatings, an Internet audience measurement and analysis company which went public in 1999 and was subsequently acquired by the Nielsen Company in 2007. Previous to that, Mr. Lazar was Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Apptitude, Inc., a developer and manufacturer of network management solutions, which was acquired by Hifn, Inc. in 2000 and held various corporate positions at Electronics for Imaging.

John Scull

John Scull is a co-founding Managing Director of Southern Cross Venture Partners, which has offices in Palo Alto and Sydney, and in Shanghai through a partnership with Softbank China Venture Capital. His investment focus is on software, infrastructure, and cleantech opportunities. Prior to becoming a venture capitalist, John had a successful 20-year operational career with leading edge technology companies in Silicon Valley. He has been the CEO of two successful venture backed software companies (Macromind, which merged to form Macromedia (MACR) and PF.Magic, which was successfully sold to The Learning Company). John was also an innovative marketing executive at Apple Computer, where he helped launch the Macintosh personal computer and then started and grew the company's Desktop Publishing business to over US$1B in revenues. John Scull holds an MBA from Harvard University and a Bachelor degree from the University of Oklahoma. He was born and raised in Indonesia and Singapore, and has a strong interest in the Asia Pacific region.

Mark A. Stevens

Mr. Mark Stevens is the Managing Partner of S-Cubed Capital. He is also a special limited partner and former managing partner at Sequoia Capital, a global venture capital firm based in Menlo Park, California. Mr. Stevens joined Sequoia in 1989 as an associate and later became a partner in 1993. Prior to joining Sequoia, he held a variety of sales positions at Intel Corporation. Mr. Stevens began his career as member of the technical staff at Hughes Aircraft Company. Mr Stevens serves on the Board of Directors of NVidia Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) and has been on the Board of Trustees at the University of Southern California (USC) since 2001 as Co-Chair of the Investment Committee and member of Finance and Executive Committees. Mr. Stevens is also a member of the USC Viterbi School of Engineering Board of Councilors and is the Founder and Chairman of the USC Stevens Center for Innovation. Additionally, he serves on the Advisory board of the Harvard Business School’s California Research Center (CRC). Mr. Stevens is a Trustee at Menlo School and serves on the Investment Committees for Santa Clara University and Sobrato Family Holdings. Since 2010, he has been a part time lecturer for a sales management course at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business (GSB) and is an investor and executive board member of the Golden State Warriors.

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