Innovation Is Nothing New: 100-Odd Years of Venture Capital Wisdom, With Reid Dennis, Founder, Institutional Venture Partners, and Pitch Johnson, Founding Partner, Asset Management Company
MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- 04/07/2005 --
Odysseys in Technology, a Computer History Museum Speaker Series Sponsored by Sun Microsystems Laboratories Presents Reid Dennis, and Franklin “Pitch” Johnson, review their combined 100 years of venture capital experience and observation, from the major mistakes to the spectacular successes. How does venture capital affect innovation? What have we learned? What is really new? Come learn and be entertained by the very personal stories and views of these two legendary venture capitalists.
Wednesday, April 27, 2004
Member and Invited Guest Reception - 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Lecture - 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Computer History Museum
1401 N. Shoreline Blvd.
Mountain View, CA 94043
Free. Suggested donation of $10.00 at the door from non-members.
For more information on the event, please visit the Museum’s Web site at http://www.computerhistory.org/events or call (650) 810-1005.
Odysseys in Technology, A Computer History Museum Speaker Series Sponsored by Sun Microsystems Laboratories presents people and perspectives behind extraordinary innovations and advancements in the computer technology-related world. Each event in the Series provides stimulating interaction with authentic experts whose achievements have transformed how things are done or viewed, and to examine how their personal stories might inform the present and future. These programs occasionally feature technologies or point events, with the objective to apply lessons of history to present day understanding and inspiration.
About Sun Microsystems Laboratories:
Established in 1990, Sun Microsystems Laboratories is the research and development unit of Sun Microsystems, Inc., with Labs locations in California and Massachusetts. Sun Labs is one of the ways Sun invests in the future -- the Labs is responsible for many of the technology advancements and inventions that have made Sun a technology powerhouse. Sun Labs main focus is to solve hard technical problems brought to the Labs by Sun’s customers, but Sun Labs also pursues high-risk and long term projects. Researchers are working on projects that are significant to the evolution of technology and to our society’s future -- asynchronous and high-speed circuits, optical interconnects, experimental hardware platforms, sensors, network scaling and Java[tm] technologies, to name a few. Although many companies have R&D groups, Sun Labs can claim one of the highest rates of technology transfer, i.e., the incorporation of Labs’ technology into future products. For more information about Sun Labs, please visit: http://research.sun.com.
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