Uri Arazy joined Intel Capital in 2001. He has a broad management background in Israel and the U.S. including managing Israel Information Systems, Intel's Corporate Engineering Computing, and operational positions in managing the Supply Line and Strategic Planning at Intel's FAB 8. Uri managed Intel's investments and exits in Anobit (acquired by Apple), Riverhead (acquired by Cisco); Passave (acquired by PMC Sierra); Topio (acquired by NetApp), and Aeroscout (acquired by Stanley Black & Decker). He currently manages Intel's investments and is Board Observer in Aternity, Exent, GigaSpaces, and Omek Interactive. Prior to Intel, he was a Network Specialist with HP, and an Programmer/Analyst in the Israel Defense Forces. He holds an MSc in Computer Science from Columbia University and an Executive MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg & Tel Aviv U. Recanati School of Management.
2001 - Current (almost 16 years)
MS, Computer Science
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