Starting as a successful entrepreneur, Henry has co-founded and exited 5 companies valued at $294 Million & an IPO, during his 35 years of operating experience in the Silicon Valley where he contributed over $1B USD to the US economy during President Clinton’s administration.
Henry applies his operational experience, investment talent, and China expertise to advise, invest in, and build high technology companies with a global vision. He was a venture partner at Crystal Ventures and Garage Ventures, where he was actively involved with companies including SMIC, LGC Wireless, Infinera, and Exavio. As an entrepreneur, Henry has had several significant successes, including SS8 Networks Inc., where he was the founder, CEO and Chairman, as well as IP Communications, XaQti Semiconductor, CNet Technology Inc., and Combinet (ISDN Systems), all of which he co-founded and led. In 2002, Henry was a finalist for the Ernst & Young “Entrepreneur of the Year Award.”
He is also a mentor in Stanford University, the managing director for Garage Capital, and president of CSPA.
Henry is a selfless mentor, and he believes in changing the world with persistence, hard work and hope.
“Luck is the residue of hard work”