Rajeev Chawla founded NeoPath names Alan Baratz CEO

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 23 February 2005, 08:00 Hrs
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SANTA CLARA, CA: Rajeev ChawlaÂ’s NeoPath has appointed Alan Baratz as the President and CEO of the company.Chawla, founding CEO of NeoPath Networks, will now serve as the company's executive vice president of products, responsible for product delivery and setting product strategy and direction.

Baratz, a venture advisor with Gabriel Venture Partners helped NeoPath raise $12 million in its series B round.

Formerly working as the first president of Sun Microsystems Inc.'s Java Software group, he also worked as chief executive for Versata Inc.

NeoPath provides network file management products designed to allow better utilization of existing storage resources. The company's File Director product is a network file switch that aims to make existing storage more flexible and economical by creating directory tree structures out of existing shares and exports.

Baratz will work with Chawla, Navin Chaddha, August Capital's Vivek Mehra, DCM-Doll Capital Management General Partner Rob Theis and Stanford University professor Rajeev Motwani.

NeoPath has raised more than $18 million since its inception in 2002 from investors including August Capital, DCM-Doll Capital Management, DotEdu sVentures, Gabriel Venture Partners, and from individual investor Bill Joy.

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