2018 SID/DSCC Display Week Conference May 21st - May 24th, 2018 LA Convention Center
Stephen Saltzman Investment Director Intel Capital
Bio: Stephen Saltzman manages Intel’s $300M Ultrabook Fund, which makes equity investments that improve the performance, cost; and/or user experience for a wide variety of client computing devices (desktop, laptop, 2-in-1, Compute Stick, and Next Unit of Computing (NUC); as well as investments in software and services that showcase the capabilities of those devices.
He joined Intel Capital in 2002. His portfolio exits include 3eTI (NASDAQ: EFJI), AeroScout (NYSE: SWK), AirMagnet (NYSE: DHR), IPass (NASDAQ: IPAS), Jajah (Telefonica) RapidBridge (Nasdaq: QCOM), SyChip (Murata) and Vocera (Nasdaq: VCRA).
Prior to joining Intel Capital, Saltzman was the founder and general manager of Intel’s Wireless LAN Operation, where he led its growth into becoming the leader in the Wi-Fi market. Saltzman also founded and served as CEO of Now Software, which became the largest Macintosh-only software publisher in the world in 1994. The company also reported five consecutive years of more than 100 percent compound annual sales and profit growth. In 1995 Saltzman started a children’s educational software company called Active Arts, which became an expensive way to learn that he wasn’t invincible. Saltzman is a former Inc. Magazine-Ernst & Young Software Entrepreneur of the Year finalist and a former Oregon High-Tech Entrepreneur of the Year finalist.