Srini is a Director at Intel Capital where he led or supported investments in Joby Aviation, Filament, Delta ID (acquired by Fingerprint Cards), EyeSmart, Keyssa and NewAer. He currently serves as a Board Director at Filament. His current areas of investment include hardware, next gen computing, robotics, small satellites, and urban mobility.
Srini has over a decade of operating experience in high-tech industry spanning product development and management as well as business development across a diverse set of technologies such as cybersecurity, IoT, mobile, and media.
Srini led a product launch for a security software-as-a-service signing up Intel’s largest distributor. He also fostered ecosystem partnerships with application software and component technology providers to support Intel’s entry into the highly competitive mobile business. As an electrical engineer, Srini designed components that powered millions of mobile phones and tablets, generating more than $1.5B in revenue at Texas Instruments.
Srini has worked on a Kickstarter campaign for a consumer electronics product and is actively engaged in the early-stage startup community.
Education, Personal, and Fellowship
Srini holds an MBA from UCLA’s Anderson School of Management with an emphasis on finance and strategy. He also holds a BS in electrical engineering from National Institute of Technology, India, and an MS in electrical engineering from Arizona State University, Tempe.
Srini is serving his fellowship at Intel Capital as a member of Class 23. He is mentored by Ken Elefant (Class 5, Mentor Classes 18 & 21) of Sorenson Ventures.