Mike Wall is an active ambassador for Reduxio and is fully engaged in identifying and securing strategic partnerships and resources necessary for Reduxio to advance its mission. Mike Wall is a hi-tech executive with a history of leading the introduction of new technologies that have changed the landscape of high-performance computing, server, and storage. Prior to joining Reduxio, Mike was Chairman & CEO of Amplidata. He transformed the company into the world’s leading object storage software company and led its eventual sale to Western Digital in March 2015. Before his tenure at Amplidata, Mike held many executive and board positions including CEO and board member of the storage innovator Atempo (acquired by Allen Systems Group), and CEO and board member of the cloud SaaS platform for medical imaging DICOM Grid where he was able to bring in fresh capital and close numerous deals with large healthcare systems. Mike was previously the general manager of Intel’s Storage Group, where led the industry’s transition from storage systems built with special purpose hardware and silicon to systems designed with commodity microprocessors and chipsets. Mike also served as General Manager of Intel’s Supercomputer Systems Division, where he led the introduction of Intel’s X86 architecture into the high-performance computing market and grew revenues to over $100M.
Haim is one of the foremost experts in the field of database and business process technologies in the world today. With vast experience and contacts in the fields of enterprise software, storage, data and content management, and security technologies, Haim is an invaluable resource for JVP’s current portfolio and investment team, providing thought leadership and resources for business development. Haim is a board member of several JVP portfolio companies including Leadspace, Noobaa, Valooto and Teridion. Haim also served as a board member of former JVP portfolio companies Sepaton, which was sold to Hitachi Digital Systems in August 2014, Navajo Systems, which was acquired by salesforce.com in August 2011, and Zoomix, which was acquired by Microsoft in July 2008. Founder and former CTO of Precise! Software Solutions, a JVP portfolio company and a provider of business and e-commerce application performance management solutions, Haim assisted in growing Precise from its establishment in 1990 through a successful IPO in 2000. In 2003, Precise was acquired by Veritas (then NASDAQ: VRTS) for $609 million. Prior to Precise, Haim was a consultant with SCP Systems, and a systems analyst for the Israeli Defense Forces. Haim holds a BA in Economics and Computer Science from Bar Ilan University, and an MBA from Tel Aviv University.
Marcos is the Managing Partner for C5 Capital, a fund focusing in mid to late stage VC investments in the Secure Data Ecosystem (Cyber Security, Data Centre Infrastructure, Data Analytics, and AI). Prior to C5, Marcos worked for 18 years at Intel Capital, an organization he joined in 1998. From 2010 till his leaving in 2016, Marcos was the Managing Director for Western Europe & Israel, as well as, a voting member of Intel Capital’s worldwide investment committee. In 2013 Marcos was appointed as Vice President for Intel Capital. During the past 20 years Marcos worked on a substantial number of transactions, amongst which Azure Solutions (acquired by Subex), eTel (acquired by Telecom Austria), Imagination technologies (publicly listed in the LSE), Silicon Hive (acquired by Intel), IPTego (acquired by AcmePacket), Aldebaran Robotics (acquired by Softbank), Anobit (acquired by Apple), Indisys (acquired by Intel), Omek (acquired by Intel), Tribold (acquired by Sigma Systems), FeedHenry (acquired by Red Hat), Tobii (publicly listed in Nasdaq Stockholm), Amplidata (acquired by Western Digital), Velostrata (acquired by Google), iZettle (acquired by Paypal) and many others. Currently, Marcos sits on the boards of Panoply and Reduxio. Marcos is a Naval Architect and Marine Engineer having graduated from the Polytechnic School of the University of Sao Paulo. Marcos holds an MBA from INSEAD
Omry is a Partner at Viola Ventures. He joined the fund in 2017 bringing with him 15 years of technology-focused experience across investment banking, startup operations, and both institutional and private venture investments. Omry’s areas of investment at Viola Ventures include Enterprise / SME Software, FinTech, SaaS, Cloud Infrastructure and related fields. Omry was a Senior Vice President and East Coast Software Sector Captain at Goldman Sachs in the tech, media, and telecom (TMT) investment banking group. Omry joined Goldman Sachs’ New York office in 2008 and during his tenure sourced, led and executed 30+ transactions totaling $120bn+ across M&A, equity, debt, and institutional technology investments. He also served as the TMT business unit manager (2011-2012) and as the co-head of Columbia University Goldman Sachs recruiting. Prior to joining Goldman Sachs, Omry led sales, marketing and business development for the connectivity software BU at Jungo Software (acquired by NDS for $108 million in 2006).
Danny Yamin actively helps in defining the strategic and operational direction of the company, and help in identifying and supporting partnerships in Asia. Danny Yamin served until recently as Microsoft’s Vice President, Enterprise Business, Greater China responsible for all its enterprise and partner business in China, Hong-Kong, and Taiwan. Before his stint in China, he led Microsoft Israel as the GM for 10 years, steering the division to global recognition, with Microsoft Israel being recognized as the top Microsoft subsidiary. Danny joined Microsoft 16 years ago, was instrumental in developing and strengthening the footprint of Microsoft in Israel, and was named by Globes, a leading financial daily as one of Israel high-tech industry’s top 10 most influential people. Danny previously served as Chairman of the Executive Council of the Technion University and was involved in the launch of the Guangdong-Technion Israel Institute of Technology (GTIIT) in China. Under his leadership, The Technion in collaboration with Cornell University established the TCII (Technion Cornell Innovation Institute) in New York City. Danny received a B.Sc. degree in Industrial and Management Engineering from the Technion Institute of Technology in Israel, and also participated in the Microsoft Senior Leadership Program at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Ori Bendori has been the CEO of Reduxio since April 2018. Ori has over 30 years of management leadership in multiple technology companies. Prior to Reduxio Ori was a General Partner in Viola Ventures (previously Carmel Venture). He joined Carmel in October 2004. He made many early-stage investments, mainly in the areas of Communications, Infrastructure, Semiconductors, and Energy. Ori served as a board member of CopperGate that was acquired by Sigma Designs for $180M in 2009. He was also the first investor and board member of DesignArt Networks that was acquired by Qualcomm in 2012. Prior to joining Viola Ori served as a VP & General Manager of the Enterprise Internetworking Systems Division at Avaya. He also served as VP & General Manager of the LAN Systems Group at Lucent, and before that as CTO of Lannet. He began his career in the Israeli Aircraft Industries and has served as a Major and Fighter Pilot in the Israeli Air Force for 19 years. Ori holds a B.Sc. in Mathematics & Computer Science from Tel Aviv University, Israel
Realizing that major shifts in the IT industry - cloud computing, Flash and mobile require new technology, Nir founded Reduxio and architected its groundbreaking core technology. He is responsible for the company's strategic roadmap and its intellectual property management. Nir is an accomplished high-technology industry executive and visionary, with over 30 years of experience. Nir joins Reduxio after a series of ventures. Nir co-founded and served as the CTO of Montilio, where he designed an innovative file server acceleration product. Prior to Montilio, Nir founded Exanet and served as its Executive Vice President of R&D and Chief Technology Officer. In this role, he led the development of one of the first clustered storage solutions ever created, innovating in the areas of grid storage and distributed cache. Prior to Exanet, Nir was the first employee and chief architect of Digital Appliance, Larry Ellison's massively parallel computing venture that eventually became Pillar Data Systems, a tiered storage vendor which was later acquired by Oracle Corporation. He also worked at Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC), where he led a European pre-sale and special projects team, focusing on UNIX based Symmetrical Multi-Processor (SMP) systems. Nir started his career in Tel Aviv University School of Mathematical Science, where he managed the computer science lab, one of the first UNIX installations in Israel. Nir holds over 20 U.S. patents and patents-pending in the areas of computer systems, distributed storage, data deduplication, and encryption.