Khaled Nasr joined InterWest’s IT team in 2005 and focuses on investments in mobile, cloud and data center infrastructure, including systems, software and semiconductors. Khaled is a board member of Aryaka, Exalt Communications, InVisage Technologies, NexPlanar,Quantance and Xirrus.
Prior to joining InterWest, Khaled invested in IT companies for Alta Partners where his investments included Synad (acquired by ST Microelectronics), Netli (acquired by Akamai), Celetronix (acquired by Jabil) and Occam Networks (OCNW; acquired by Calix). Prior to that, he spent 16 years in sales, marketing and general management positions with a succession of successful networking and telecommunications start-ups. He was president and chief executive officer of FlowWise Networks and general manager and vice president, international at Ipsilon. Before that, Khaled served as chief operating officer at Advanced Computer Communications (ACC), and as vice president of marketing and services with Premisys Communications. From 1987 to 1992, Khaled served as vice president of network services with Newbridge Networks.
Khaled received his B.A. and M.A. in mathematics and social and political sciences from Cambridge University.
Virsto Software (acquired by VMWare in 2013)