Alex Castro was the founder of Delve Networks, an online video platform, that acquired 280+ customers including the Cleveland Clinic, Prudential, Pokemon, Fidelity, Kansas City Chief and delivered 200 million streams per month.
Delve Networks was acquired by Limelight Networks where Alex Castro served at General Manager of the Limelight Video Platform business unit which was formed via the acquisition of Delve. Previously, Alex Castro was at Amazon where he launched Mechanical Turk.
Prior to that he was at Microsoft where he launched the initial version of Microsoft CRM and worked on Windows Client and Internet Explorer.
Alex Castro occasionally writes about trends in the technology industry and as written guest posts for VentureBeat and Mashable.
He has been interviewed by leading publications, such as the Economist, TechCrunch, Beet.TV, VentureBeat, the Associated Press. He is also a frequent speaker and moderator at industry events.
Apr 16, 2015 - Current (over 1 year)
Vice President, Product Management
2012 - Current (almost 5 years)
|Apr 18, 2015||Network World - 8 cloud companies to watch following MONSTER funding week|
|Apr 16, 2015||WSJ Blogs - Fidelity Backs Appirio for Crowdsourced Cloud Services|
|Apr 16, 2015||FinSMEs - Appirio Secures $35M in Series E Funding Round|
|Mar 10, 2013||video.cnbc.com - Alex Castro Interview on CNBC|
|Mar 10, 2013||Forbes - Alex Castro Profile on Forbes|
|Apr 5, 2012||Venture Beat - How Walmart can save the BlackBerry|
|Sep 9, 2011||Venture Beat - 6 reasons Amazon needs to buy Hulu|
|Aug 3, 2010||Xconomy - Daptiv Acquired, DocuSign Inks Partnership, Healthcare and Energy Companies Bring in the Most Dough, & More Seattle-Area Deals News|