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Virage Appoints Stanford Au as VP of Engineering(January 14, 2002)
Most recently, Au was vice president of the Netscape Application Server Engineering Team. Prior to Netscape, Au was vice president of engineering for Kiva-later acquired by Netscape. Before joining Kiva, Au spent five years with Hewlett-Packard Company and seven years as a technical manager and director with Sun Microsystems. Au holds an Engineering degree from UC Berkeley. He replaces Gilbert Wai, who has decided to leave the company to spend more time with his family.
"We are extremely pleased to add someone with Stanford's knowledge and experience to our management team," said Paul Lego, CEO of Virage. "We believe his enterprise software experience will bring the company to the next level by accelerating our development of rich-media software solutions."
"I am excited to be joining Virage at this particular time. Virage is a market leader with great technology, a first-rate management team, and a strong and determined corporate culture," said Stanford Au, new VP of Engineering of Virage. "I'm very pleased to join a company that is well positioned to lead and define an important emerging industry."
Virage also announced the appointment of Dave Girouard to senior vice president of marketing and corporate strategy. Girouard has been with the company since 1997 and will now oversee all product marketing, corporate marketing, public relations and strategic planning initiatives. Carlos Montalvo, Virage's chief marketing officer, has departed to pursue other opportunities.
About Virage, Inc.
Headquartered in San Mateo, California, Virage (www.virage.com) is the leading provider of enterprise-scale video content management and publishing solutions. The Virage platform transforms video into an effective online medium that's easy to publish, manage and distribute on the Internet or corporate intranets. Virage provides content owners with the complete infrastructure for seamlessly integrating streaming video into business, entertainment and information applications.
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