Vijay is a serial entrepreneur with a track record of building successful businesses delivering enterprise-class solutions. Before starting eIQnetworks, he founded AppIQ, an application storage resource management provider acquired by Hewlett Packard in October 2005, and WebManage Technologies, a policy-driven content delivery solution provider acquired by Network Appliance in August 2000. Vijay’s experience includes senior executive positions in the financial industry at Spencer Trask Securities and Josephthal Lyon & Ross. Vijay is the co-owner of five patents for the architecture and design of the WebManage Content Delivery system, Adaptive Policy Engine and SLA Management. He earned a Bachelor of Engineering degree in electronics and instrumentation plus his MBA and post MBA degrees from Baruch College in New York.
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
The EiQ Board of Directors comprises prominent industry veterans with years of experience in leading numerous organizations to distinguished accomplishment.
A 30-year veteran of the information technology industry, Rhonda MacLean is the founder of MacLean Risk Partners LLC, a consulting firm providing strategic security and risk advisory services. She has served as a global leader of information security for Barclays, PLC in London and Bank of America headquartered in Charlotte, NC, responsible for security policies, compliance reporting, security and risk technology implementations, cyber forensics and e-discovery. She served The Boeing Company in information security and previously served on the Board of Directors for the Vontu Corporation and PGP Corporation prior to their respective acquisitions by Symantec. In 2002, she was appointed by the U.S. Treasury Secretary as the financial services sector coordinator for Critical Infrastructure Protection and Homeland Security. She is the recipient of numerous awards including Network World’s one of the 50 most powerful people in technology in both
A 20-year network industry veteran, Cheng Wu is co-founder and chairman of Azuki Systems, a mobile media provider. In 2001, he founded Acopia Networks, provider of intelligent file virtualization solutions, acquired by F5 Networks in 2007 for $210 million. He founded ArrowPoint Communications in 1997, providing web switches and web network services (WebNS) software. With annual revenues of $250 million, he led ArrowPoint to a successful IPO in 2000 followed by its $5.7 billion acquisition by Cisco Systems. He founded Arris Networks, developing high-density Internet access products, acquired by Cascade Communications for $217 million in 1996. Cheng was named to InteractiveWeek Magazine’s “Top 25 Unsung Heroes of the Internet” list in 2000 and the Key Industry Player by Massachusetts Telecom Council in 2002. Cheng has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from ChiaoTung University, Taiwan and a master’s degree in computer science from Indiana
Mike Tyrrell is a partner at Venrock, a premier venture capital firm based in San Francisco, having joined the company in 1999. He headed corporate development at Spyglass for nine years, a Venrock-backed portfolio company, taking it public in 1995. Spyglass licensed Mosaic, the first internet browser, to many of the world’s leading software, online services and device companies, including Microsoft. Before Spyglass, he held positions with start-ups, Multiflow Computer and Celerity Computing, both UNIX systems pioneers. Mike began his career at Prime Computer. He serves on the board at ZoomInfo, a marketing and sales lead solutions provider. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of New Hampshire.