Talk:Moshe Bar (investor)
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More details from his latest venture
I've just found the following text in the web site of Moshe's latest venture (Qumranet, see http://www.qumranet.com/team.php):
Moshe Bar - Co-founder, CTO
Prior to co-founder and CTO of Qumranet, Bar was founder and CTO of XenSource, Moshe Bar, an open source veteran and openMosix Project leader, co-founded Qlusters, Inc., where he served as CTO, leading the company's technology and product strategy. Previously, Bar was VP, Application Integration Products, at Baan. He is the author of three books on Linux internals and open source development tools, and a founding research member of Democritos, the Italian national institute for nuclear simulation. Bar taught at Tel Aviv University and was an advisor to the UN Atomic Agency.
Amos Shapira 09:49, 3 January 2007 (UTC)
I doubt that Moshe Bar has ever invested in Q-layer. The three main investors were Wellington Partners, Partech International and Big Bang Ventures. Source: . —Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 12:47, 8 August 2010 (UTC)