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Vibhor Rastogi Investment Director, Intel Capital Mar 05, 2012. Intel Capital Mission. Enhance Intel’s Strategic Objectives By Making and Managing Financially Attractive Investments . STRATEGIC. FINANCIAL. A Stage Agnostic and Long-Term Investor.

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Vibhor Rastogi

Investment Director, Intel Capital

Mar 05, 2012

intel capital mission
Intel Capital Mission

Enhance Intel’s Strategic Objectives By Making and Managing Financially Attractive Investments



A Stage Agnostic and Long-Term Investor

investing in a world of possibilities
Investing In a World of Possibilities


and Cloud

Servers, Networking & Storage

Manageability & Virtualization

Data Centers & Cloud Services


and Services

AppUp Center™

Cloud Computing & Security

Visual Computing & Open Source



Smart Phones


Consumer Internet


Social Media & Mobile Web

Enabling Platforms

Digital Media & Entertainment

Content Delivery/Services

Gaming & Education




Digital Signage

Connected Car & IVI

Home Energy Management



Grid Infrastructure

Smart Commercial Buildings

Microgrids & Communities



Semiconductor Process

EDA Tools & IP

Non-Volatile Memory

intel capital s investment criteria
Intel Capital’s Investment Criteria

When making investments, we look for:

  • Innovative technology and usage models
  • Strategic interest to Intel
  • Strong management teams
  • Addresses rapidly growing and sizable markets
  • Exit opportunity
intel capital investments
Intel Capital Investments


6 IPOs

28 Acquisitions

158 New Deals


51% Outside

N. America

74 International



194 IPOs

289 Acquisitions

1,212 Deals

$10.4 Billion

36% Outside

N. America

51 Countries

2011 intel capital exits
2011 Intel Capital Exits

34 Portfolio Company Exits: 28 M&A and 6 IPOs


Taiwan: GTSM

Taiwan: TSEC

China: NYSE





China: GTSM





Poland: GPW

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Intel Capital Global PresenceInvested $10.4+ Billion in 51 Countries

Intel Capital Offices in 26 countries

Investments in 51 Countries

Intel Capital Invested

Intel Offices

successful investments
Successful Investments

Helping to Support Successful Global Businesses Since 1991

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global investment syndicate
Global Investment Syndicate

Worldwide Co-investors Providing Ready Access to Growth Capital, Global Market Reach, Board Members and Advisors

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intel capital technology days
Intel Capital Technology Days

Shortcuts the Corporate Technology Evaluation Cycle by Directly Connecting Portfolio Companies with Industry Executives

Delivering value for customers and portfolio companies

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Ver. Dec 2011

intel capital s unique advantages
Intel Capital’s Unique Advantages
  • One of the largest technology venture capital organizations worldwide
  • Invests at all stages in private and public companies
  • Leads investment rounds, takes larger stakes, actively participates on boards
  • Speed and agility to make quick decisions
  • Global brand recognition
  • Committed to portfolio company success
provider and payer technologies
Provider and Payer Technologies
  • Pay for Quality vs. Pay for Volume driving adoption of risk based entities such as ACOs
  • Cloud based Ambulatory and Hospital EMRs lowering cost of adoption of clinical technologies and digitizing the HC ecosystem
  • Big data for Clinical decision support an interesting new trend
  • Payers trying to become more consumer focused in anticipation of rollout of HC reform in 2014

Representative Portfolio

Source: Oppenheimer, Frost and Sullivan, CMS, Morgan Keegan

remote patient management
Remote Patient management
  • Aging populations: 65+ expected to reach 53M by 2020 and 80M by 2050 in the US. This long term demographic trend a key driver for the remote patient monitoring market
  • In place aging – There is greater desire on part of individuals and families to age in place. Remote patient management provides this flexibility
  • Treatment of Costly diseases - Chronic heart failure (CHF) one of the most common causes of hospitalization for elderly Americans, and is also one of the nation’s most costly conditions to treat. Remote patient management effective in preventive treatment of patients

Representative Portfolio

Source: ABI Research

consumer and mobile health
Consumer and Mobile Health
  • Smartphone adoption
    • Hundreds of million smart phones have the potential to be used for sensing and transmitting HC data
    • Mobile PHR adoption accelerated by EHR adoption and potential for integration via standard data interfaces
  • Increasing consumerism
    • Twice as many Gen-X and Gen-Y consumers want to access and maintain their PHRs using a mobile device than do Baby Boomers and Seniors
    • 50% of consumers in a recent study want a personal monitoring device to alert and guide them to make improvements in their health or treat a condition

Representative Portfolio

Source: PWC

bioinformatics and genomics
Bioinformatics and Genomics
  • Key Focus areas
    • Genomics
    • Proteomics
    • Bioinformatics and bioanalytic portals
    • Molecular modeling
    • Computational chemistry

Representative Portfolio

Source: IDC