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Asheem is a Partner at Greylock Partners. His areas of interest include enterprise infrastructure, software and services and he has invested in companies in cloud computing, data center, electronic payments, networking, management, security and virtualization.

Asheem's current company boards and investments include AppDynamics, Aquantia, Delphix, Imperva, Palo Alto Networks, Sumo Logic, TechProcess and Xsigo Systems. He was previously on the boards at CipherTrust (MCAF), NetBoost (INTC), PortAuthority Technologies (WBSN), Securent (CSCO) and Sourcefire (FIRE) and also invested in Aruba Networks (ARUN).

Prior to joining Greylock in 2003, Asheem spent over fifteen years in industry operating roles helping create, grow and lead multiple technology businesses and product lines to market leadership positions. Most recently, Asheem was vice-president of business development and product management with Check Point Software Technologies. During his 6+ year tenure, Check Point grew from $10M to $500M+ in annual revenues. Asheem founded the business development and product management organizations, led corporate marketing during high growth years, and directed Check Point's product/business strategy, product management and industry partnerships. Asheem is also credited with creating, growing and leading Check Point's OPSEC Alliance into the largest and most successful security partner program in the IT industry. Prior to Check Point, Asheem was vice-president of marketing with CoroNet Systems (a venture-backed startup acquired by Compuware), where he helped create and define a new product category for application-aware network monitoring. Previously, Asheem held strategic marketing and product line positions with SynOptics/Bay Networks and AT&T Bell Laboratories. During his 3+ year tenure at SynOptics/Bay, the company grew from $175M to $900M+ in annual revenues. At AT&T, Asheem represented AT&T on the ISO and IETF standards committees for management protocols.

Asheem is a charter member of TiE Silicon Valley. He is on the panel of judges for the Wall Street Journal Global Technology Innovation Awards, is on the advisory board and program committee for the RSA Conference and is part of the VC program at DeVenCI (Defense Venture Capital Initiative).

Born and raised in India, Asheem holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical and computer engineering from Case Western Reserve University.

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