Cameron Myhrvold is a founding partner of Ignition, a boutique early-stage venture capital firm investing in enterprise software.
Prior to helping start the firm in 1999, he worked as a top executive at Microsoft for more than a decade. He previously co-founded a start-up software company, Dynamical Solutions, which he sold to Microsoft in 1986.
Cameron worked for 13 years at Microsoft, mainly on operating system products. He was most recently the vice president of the Internet Customer Unit, where he was responsible for building business relationships with network operators and a broad range of telecommunications providers.
Prior to that Cameron created the Developer Relations Group at Microsoft, which evangelized Windows and Microsoft’s other operating system technologies to independent software vendors and third-party developers.
In addition to Seeq, Cameron serves on the Boards of Cloudmark, SEVEN Networks, Symplified, Topsy, Continuuity, and WildTangent. He also acts as Ignition observer on the Board of Splunk (SPLK). He previously served on the Boards of Zenprise (acquired by Citrix Systems), Azaleos (acquired by Avanade), Likewise Software (acquired by EMC), Consera, (acquired by Hewlett-Packard), Rendition Networks (acquired by Opsware), and RLX Technologies (acquired by Hewlett-Packard).
Cameron received a BA degree from the University of California at Berkeley.