4700 Bohannon Drive, Suite 125, Menlo Park, CA 94025
Quorum Systems, Inc. manufactures semiconductor and related devices. It offers multi-mode, multi-band single-chip radio transceivers and managed enterprise mobility applications for wireline carriers. The company was founded in 2002 by Bernard Xavier and is headquartered in Menlo Park, CA.
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers (KPCB) focuses on investments in the life sciences, biodefense, green technology, information technology and companies with new technologies related to the iPhone and iPod touchpad platform.The firm's information technology investments focus on the consumer, enterprise, semiconductors, security and communications industries. They invest primarily in early-stage ventures that are incubating new companies with proven entrepreneurs and good ideas.KPCB's life sciences investments include medical devices, drugs, vaccines, personalized medicine, diagnostics and healthcare information technology and services. Their pandemic and biodefense investment initiative focuses on investments in companies with innovations in disease surveillance, rapid diagnostics, new vaccine technology, portable and less expensive manufacturing of vaccines and new antiviral drugs.The firm's iFund invests in market-changing ideas and products that extend the iPhone and iPod touch platform. The Fund invests across all sizes and stages. KPCB targets investments in companies that are developing applications, services and components. Their specific areas of interest include: location-based services, social networking, eCommerce (including advertising and payments), communication and entertainment.
Greylock Management Corp. focuses on seed, early and later stage venture capital investments in companies operating in the following areas: (1) consumer technology and Internet (2) enterprise information technology. The firm also considers outstanding opportunities in other areas. Greylock seeks to partner with management in building companies that have the potential to become industry leaders. They prefer to build around an outstanding entrepreneurial leader or team with market vision and a powerful technology and market vision. Greylock focuses on investments in capital-efficient businesses in which high barriers to competitive entry can be developed. The firm prefers to invest in opportunities in which they serve as a company's first outside capital investor.Greylock consists of 4 main entities: the Greylock XIV, the Greylock XIII, the Greylock Growth Fund and the Greylock Discovery Fund. The Greylock XIII is the firm's core fund, focusing on conventional early-stage investments in the $1 million to $20 million range. The Greylock Growth Fund is a fund within Greylock's core fund which focuses on later-stage investments. The Discovery Fund focuses on small, angel investments.