December 01, 2006
Mellanox Technologies, Ltd., a supplier high performance interconnect products, announced the appointment of Ms. Amal M. Johnson to its board of directors.
"Amal provides Mellanox with significant enterprise infrastructure knowledge acquired from executive leadership roles at highly successful software and market research focused companies," said Eyal Waldman, President, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Mellanox Technologies. "Her guidance in expanding our enterprise-level market penetration will be extremely beneficial to Mellanox's near and long term goals."
Ms. Amal M. Johnson is currently the chief executive officer of MarketTools, Inc., a market research company. Prior to joining MarketTools, Inc., Ms. Johnson was a venture partner of ComVentures, L.P. and Lightspeed Venture Partners, focusing on enterprise software and infrastructure. Previously, Ms. Johnson held executive positions with Baan, Ask Manufacturing Systems and IBM. Ms. Johnson also serves on the board of directors of Opsource, Inc. and MarketTools, Inc.
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