Larry Lang

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Larry Lang is a technology business leader with experience in managing, raising capital, and developing products at startups and larger companies. Larry most recently served as CEO of PLUMgrid, a virtual networking company acquired by VMware. Other prior startups include Quorum, which provides cloud-based disaster recovery, and Ipsilon, which pioneered IP switching and was acquired by Nokia.

Larry worked for many years at Cisco, ultimately as general manager of the mobile service provider business unit, which created the data infrastructure for the original iPhone launch. Larry currently serves on the board of Violin Memory, and has held board positions at Infineta and BelAir, which was acquired by Ericsson. He started his career at Bellcore.

Larry holds a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from Duke University and a master of science degree in operations research from Stanford University.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Larry Lang and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications Inc., or its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

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