Brian Long is co-founder and Managing Partner of Atlantic Bridge with over 30 years of hands-on experience in the technology sector in the US and Europe. Previously, Brian was founder and CEO of Parthus-CEVA technologies 1993 - 2003 which he took public (IPO) on Nasdaq and London Stock Markets (Nasdaq: CEVX). He was founder and Chairman of GloNav Inc which developed the first single chip GPS solutions used on Galaxy mobile phones (Acquired by NXP). Brian is cited as the inventor on a number of US and European IC patents and has been named in the Silicon Valley Top 50 Irish Tech Executives. Brian grew up in Dublin Ireland and now lives and works in Palo Alto California. Brian holds an undergraduate and master’s degree in electronic engineering from Trinity College Dublin.
David Lam is General Partner of Atlantic Bridge Capital. He serves on the Boards of Directors of AtScale, Swrve, FieldAware and Accuris, and previously served on the Board of Movidius (acquired by Intel). David also co-founded Summit Bridge Capital, which operates the China Ireland Growth Technology Fund. Prior to Atlantic Bridge, David was Managing Director of WestSummit Capital where he served as its representative on the boards of Twitch (acquired by Amazon), Mirantis and Maginatics (acquired by EMC) among others. David was previously Managing Director for WI Harper, a pioneering US-China cross-border venture capital firm where he led the firm’s US office and his projects included the formation of Innovation Works China (now known as Sinovation Ventures). Prior to that, David was Vice President at The Carlyle Group, a global private equity firm after serving as head of business development for a Carlyle portfolio company. He also held various operating roles at CIENA Corporation, ONI Systems, Cisco Systems and Proxim. David began his career as an investment banker at Robertson Stephens & Company. David is a board member, past president and past chairman of the Asia America MultiTechnology Association (AAMA), which is the oldest and largest pan-Asian, cross-border technology executive network in Silicon Valley. He also serves on the board of the Association of Asian American Investment Managers (AAAIM). David holds a BS and an MA from Stanford University, and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management where he was recipient of the Merit Scholarship and Patrick McGovern Award.
Sunir joined Atlantic Bridge in 2012 and has over 30 years of international management and technical experience working in technology for high profile companies such as Oracle (VP Marketing and VP Global Strategy) where he was part of the Management Committee and Microsoft (Director World Wide Business Strategy) where he reported to the Office of the President. Sunir was most recently CEO of UBmatrix Inc, the creator of XBRL, the global standard for business information exchange, which was acquired by RR Donnelley (NASDAQ: RRD). He was previously co-founder and CEO of E-Stamp, credited with inventing the technology and market for Internet postage (NASDAQ: STMP), and one of the first internet payment systems. Sunir has also worked for Novell, Inc., Honeywell as well as at the European Space Agency in Europe. Sunir has a BS (Hon) in Physics from the University of Birmingham (UK) and a MS in Computer Systems from the Cranfield Institute of Technology (UK).
Andrew is an Investment Director at Atlantic Bridge where he focuses on sourcing, evaluation and due diligence of new investment opportunities. Andrew’s focus is on enterprise software companies, with a particular interest in companies building software powered by emerging technologies including machine intelligence and advanced analytics. Andrew has been involved in investments into a number of Atlantic Bridge portfolio companies including Bigfinite, Elisity, Prowler.io, Vectra.ai, Striim, Ubimax, SeeReal Technologies and Logtrust (acquired by Insight Venture Partners).
Prior to joining Atlantic Bridge, Andrew was with Arma Partners in London as part of their M&A and Research practice and was involved in several high-profile technology transactions including the acquisition of Wireless Logic by CVC and the acquisition of Fenergo by Insight Venture Partners. Andrew started his career as a consultant with PWC and holds a MSc in Economics from the University of London, PC in Financial Modelling from Cass Business School and a BSc in Business Management from the Dublin Institute of Technology.
Viki joined Atlantic Bridge in 2021, where she is primarily involved in the Atlantic Bridge growth equity funds and the China-Ireland fund, focusing on identifying and evaluating new investment opportunities. Prior to joining Atlantic Bridge, Viki began her career at Credit Suisse as an analyst within the investment banking division, global corporate banking group. Viki holds a BA in Economics and Mathematics from Columbia University and an MS in Quantitative Finance from Duke Fuqua School of Business.