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September 10, 2007

Eye-Fi names Jef Holove Chief Executive Officer

Eye-Fi today announced the appointment of Jef Holove as chief executive officer. Holove will lead the Eye-Fi team as the company readies for the Fall launch of its Eye-Fi Card and associated services designed to enhance the digital photography experience for consumers.
Eye-Fi is going to change the way people share and manage digital photography,” said Holove. “So far, there’s been a tremendous response to Eye- Fi and a recognition that the Eye-Fi Card fills a clear need in the market. I’m thrilled to be part of it and to join such a visionary team.
Holove brings fifteen years of consumer technology marketing and business management experience. Prior to joining Eye-Fi, Holove served as vice president and general manager at Logitech, Inc., where he led the audio and interactive entertainment business units. There he managed the business strategy, marketing and engineering for multiple product portfolios, in which he solidified leading market positions for PC audio and portable digital music, and developed new categories in wireless audio, mobile phone and gaming businesses. Previously, Holove held leadership positions at Labtec, Inc., Insight, Inc., and Hewlett-Packard Company. He received a bachelor’s degree from Purdue University.
Millions of memories are captured every day, but too many stay trapped inside cameras. We want to help people unleash the magic of their photos. Jef has the right experience, industry knowledge and passion to lead theteam,” said Yuval Koren, co-founder of Eye-Fi. Earlier this year Eye-Fi announced it had secured $5.5 million in Series A funding, co-led by Opus Capital and Shasta Ventures.
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