45 years of building Silicon Valley.
Since our founding in 1969, we have championed over 500 entrepreneurs who have created new industries through many cycles of innovation, across market bubbles and market troughs. Over our 45 years of venture capital investing, we have been involved in 113 IPOs and over 150 M&As.
Mayfield’s leadership has been through a planned succession three times over the course of its history, and today we are led by the fourth generation of leadership— a testament to our core culture and philosophy that has endured over time.
Software to deliver online video and media at scale; acquired by Juniper Networks in April 2010
News reading applications for iPhone, iPad and Android devices; acquired by LinkedIn in 2013
Leading provider of utility storage; went public in 2007; acquired by HP in September 2010
Global leader in the rapidly emerging field of robotic-assisted, minimally invasive surgery
Manufacturer of ultra-long-reach optical networking systems; acquired by Nortel Networks in 1999
Leading solution for travel and expense management; went public in 1998
Leader in enterprise portal infrastructure. The company went public in 1996
Analytical processing software platform; merged with Hyperion in 1998; acquired by Oracle in 2007
The global leader in access infrastructure for the on-demand enterprise; went public in 1996
Software to set up, manage and secure a home or small office network; acquired by Cisco in 2008
Designer of microprocessor architectures; went public in 1989, acquired by Silicon Graphics in 2000
Leader in high-performance computing, visualization and storage; incubated at Mayfield in the 1980s
Portable computer pioneer, leader in PCs and servers; merged with Hewlett-Packard in 2002
Manufacturer of communications, consumer and storage semiconductors; went public in 1983