Amit Jain brings over 20 years of executive management, technology and entrepreneurial experience to the Prysm team. With a track record of growing successful tech-related businesses and a career that spans the data-storage, high-end optical telecommunication and low-cost datacom devices industries, Amit is well-versed in the integration of technologies and manufacturing processes.
Before founding Prysm, Amit was CEO of Bigbear Network and the co-founder and CEO of Versatile Optical Networks,(acquired by Vitesse Semiconductor Corp). At Vitesse, Amit led the Optical Systems Division as Vice President and General Manager, until the division was acquired by Avanex Corporation.
Prior to Versatile, Amit held several management positions in startups and larger, more established companies, including Terastor, Optex Communications and Digital Equipment Corporation.
Amit holds a B.S. in Physics, a B.S.E.E., an M.S.E.E. and an M.B.A.
Prysm is helping companies define a new way of work. One where applications, content, video conferencing and the Web can all be easily combined into a visual workspace where teams can create, edit and share. These interactive workspaces are stored in the cloud and available on any sized screen. Prysm’s Visual Workplace solutions span from executive briefing center to home office — and every size workplace in between. Today, Prysm powers many companies in the Fortune 2000 and its customers are leaders in all industries including technology, energy, finance, healthcare, media and education.
Yatin Mundkur focuses on early-stage Technology and Medtech investments. As a Partner of Artiman Ventures, he is currently on the Boards of Cellworks, Prysm, Virsec, Yantra and zSpace. Yatin holds an impressive 14 patents in areas of computer architectures, digital consumer electronics, semiconductor design, and software.
Tim Wilson focuses on early-stage technology investments and currently represents Artiman on the Boards of Crossbar Semiconductor, Kaybus, Mossey Creek Technology and Prysm. Tim’s previous investments include InvenSense (NYSE: INVN), Five9 (NASDAQ: FIVN). Teknovus (acquired by Broadcom), schoolfeed (acquired by United Online) and Ario Data (acquired by Xyratek).
Engineering and Design