H. DuBose Montgomery
Henry DuBose Montgomery is the Board Director of Talari Networks.He is also a Managing Director of Menlo Ventures.
DuBose was a Founder of Menlo Ventures in 1976, and for the past 36 years has led many of Menlo’s investments in the information technology sector. Some of his current Investments and Board seats include : Entone, Firetide, Freightquote, Mr. Number,NComputing, Talari, SellPoint .
His prior Investments include : Asthmatx, acquired by Boston Scientific (BSX),EndoVascular Technologies, acquired by Johnson & Johnson (JNJ),Frame Technology Corporation, acquired by Adobe Systems (ADBE),Gilead Sciences (GILD),Infoseek Corporation, acquired by the Walt Disney Co. (DIS),LSI Logic Corporation (LSI),Valid Logic Systems, acquired by Cadence Design Systems (CDNS),VNUS Medical Technologies (VNUS), acquired by Covidien (COV).
DuBose is a Graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology,B.S. in Electrical Engineering, M.S. in Electrical Engineering, B.S. in Management Science.The Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration,M.B.A. with Distinction.
He previously served as a Trustee of,The Corporation of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology,The MIT Visiting Committees for the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and for Sponsored Research. He also served as Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees for Menlo School in Atherton, CA.
DuBose founded Menlo Ventures when he was 27 years old. He grew up in a small rural town in South Carolina and somehow found his way to Boston to go to school at MIT and HBS.
Prior to founding Menlo, he also did research at Bell Labs in Murray Hill, NJ and so a recent favorite book of his is “The Idea Factory: Bell Labs and the Great Age of American Innovation.” He is an inventor on two issued patents and has been published in the Proceedings of the IEEE.
DuBose has created and founded four successful startups from their initial idea concepts, incorporating them and providing their only investment in their seed stage financing. These four have a subsequent combined market value now which exceeds $40 billion.
Jan 1, 1976 - Current (over 40 years)
|Nov, 2013||Talari Networks||$15M / Series D||Menlo Ventures|
|Nov, 2013||Kidaptive||$10.1M / Series B||Menlo Ventures|
|Jun, 2013||Entelo||$3.5M / Series A||Menlo Ventures|
|Jun, 2013||Talari Networks||$5M / Series C||Menlo Ventures|
|Apr, 2012||NComputing||$21.8M / Venture||Menlo Ventures|
|Aug, 2011||Mr. Number||$4.8M / Series A (Lead)||Menlo Ventures|
|Jul, 2010||Talari Networks||$10M / Series C||Menlo Ventures|
|Sep, 2009||Firetide||$8.59M / Series E||Menlo Ventures|
|Jan, 2009||Talari Networks||$6.2M / Series A||Menlo Ventures|
|Feb, 2008||sellpoints||$7M / Series A (Lead)||Menlo Ventures|
|Jan, 2008||NComputing||$28M / Venture (Lead)||Menlo Ventures|
|Oct, 2007||Firetide||$14.4M / Series D||Menlo Ventures|
|Apr, 2004||Firetide||$13.6M / Series B (Lead)||Menlo Ventures|
|Dec, 2003||Akonix Systems||$11M / Series B (Lead)||Menlo Ventures|
|Jun, 2003||Firetide||$3.2M / Series A||Menlo Ventures|
|Dec, 1999||Kinzan.com||$15.5M / Venture (Lead)||Menlo Ventures|
|Aug 2, 2011||TechCrunch - Mr. Number Dials Up $3.5 Million From Menlo Ventures To Give You More Control Of Your Phone|