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Scott Darling

President of Dell Technologies Capital (DTC)
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Scott Darling is President of Dell Technologies Capital (DTC), the Corporate Development and Venture Capital arm of Dell Technologies. The Dell Technologies family of businesses is comprised of Dell, Dell EMC, Pivotal, RSA, SecureWorks, Virtustream, and VMware, and generates approximately $75B of revenue. DTC pursues new and emerging technologies aggressively, at an approximate pace of $2B per year of investment in M&A and $100M per year investment in venture capital. Prior to joining Dell Technologies, Scott was President of EMC Corporate Development and Ventures where he was responsible for the M&A and Venture Capital investment activity for EMC. Prior to EMC Scott was a General Partner at Frazier Technology Ventures. Before joining FTV Scott was Vice President and Managing Director at Intel Capital; during his tenure at Intel Capital he managed the teams responsible for investing in support of the business units accounting for more than two thirds of Intel’s revenue.


During Scott’s years at Intel and prior to joining Intel Capital in 2000, he was the General Manager for several business units including the Internet Media Services Division and the Personal Conferencing Division, as well as the Director of Marketing for the OEM Computer Systems Division. Before Intel, Scott was head of Product Marketing for High-End Systems at Apple Computer. In addition, Scott was an early employee at two early PC industry startups. Scott received his MBA from Stanford University's Graduate School of Business in 1988. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Santa Cruz, in 1981, where he studied economics and computer science. Scott is based in Palo Alto, CA. Scott represents Dell Technologies Capital on the board of directors of the following companies: Barefoot Networks, DocuSign, Zscaler.


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