Paul joined NEA in 2003 and is a Partner in our Menlo Park office. He focuses on marketplace, network, and mobile investment opportunities. He currently partners with amazing entrepreneurs and disruptive company builders at Houzz, 42Floors, Elance, DreamFactory, TalentBin, SayMedia, and Evernote. He is proud to have worked with 7 start-ups that have since gone public (IPOs) on NASDAQ or NYSE. Some of his past experiences include Gaikai (acquired by Sony in 2012), Boingo Wireless (IPO in 2011), 3Jam (acquired by Skype in 2011), Luminary Micro (acquired by TI in 2009), Spreadtrum (IPO in 2007, acquired by Tsinghua in 2013), Salesforce (IPO in 2005), Actions Semi (IPO in 2005), and Atheros (IPO in 2004). Prior to NEA, Paul co-founded Mazu Networks, financed by Greylock, Matrix, and Benchmark Capital; Mazu was later acquired by Riverbed Technology. Paul is a graduate of MIT and Harvard Business School.