|Founders||Thomas J. Davis, Jr.
William F. Miller
|Headquarters||Menlo Park, California, United States|
|Total assets||$2.8 billion|
|Footnotes / references
Mayfield Fund is one of the oldest venture capital firms in the US, focusing on early-stage to growth-stage investments in consumer, enterprise, energy tech, semiconductors and components, and communication service providers.
The firm was founded in 1969 by Thomas J. Davis, Jr. Since inception, the firm has raised over $2.8 billion of investor commitments across 13 private equity funds. The firm is headquartered on Sand Hill Road in Menlo Park, California and was one of the earliest venture capital firms to locate in Silicon Valley.
The firm's most notable investments include Compaq, Silicon Graphics, 3COM, Amgen, Genentech, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Sandisk, Legato Software, Citrix, PlayFirst, Advent Software, Vantive, Pure Software, Nuance, Tibco, webMethods, Peribit, Redback Networks, Concur Technologies, 3Par, Snapfish, Fab.com, and Akimbi Systems.
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