How Splashtop hit $70M Revenue with 30M customers in 2022.
Splashtop, previously Splashtop Remote, is a family of remote-desktop software and remote support software, developed by Splashtop Inc.
In 2022, Splashtop revenue run rate hit $70M in revenue.
Splashtop hit $70M in revenue in 2021
Splashtop hit $4.6M in revenue in 2020
Splashtop launched in 2006 with $0 revenue
Splashtop Funding History
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2021 Series E
Splashtop raised a Series E of $65M at a $950M valuation in January 2021
2010 Series D
Splashtop raised a Series D of $13.5M
2008 Series C
Splashtop raised a Series C of $15M
2007 Series A
Splashtop raised a Series A of $10M
2006 Series A
Splashtop raised a Series A of $10.5M
Splashtop has 140 total employees and 30 sales reps that carry a quota. They have 30000000 customers an engineering team of 25 and a marketing team of 11
Total team size
Mark leads Splashtop’s efforts to delight customers with the company’s next-generation remote access platform, which enables secure, fast, and affordable remote work, learning, and support—anytime, anywhere. Under Mark’s leadership, Splashtop achieved $1 billion valuation ‘unicorn’ status in early 2021.
Prior to Splashtop, Mark was co-founder and CEO of OSA Technologies, acquired by Avocent (NASDAQ: AVCT) in 2004 for over $100 million USD. After the acquisition, Mark served as Senior VP/GM of Avocent, which was later acquired by Emerson (NYSE: EMR) for $1.2 billion USD. Prior to OSA, Mark spent eight years at Intel as a software engineer and chip designer.
Mark has served on the boards of Linux Foundation, a non-profit consortium dedicated to fostering the growth of Linux and promoting standards and collaborations. Mark spent time with many aspiring new Asian America youths interested in entrepreneurialship through his participation at Monte Jade Science & Technology Association and Hua Yuan Science & Technology Association. Mark has served on the boards of Ninetowns, a public company, and various startups. He earned BS and MS degrees in electrical engineering and computer science from MIT—where he met the other three Splashtop co-founders—as well as an executive MBA from Arizona State University. Mark serves as an Educational Counsel for MIT, interviewing local high school students who are applying to MIT.
Born in Taiwan, Mark moved with his family to Los Angeles at age 13. An entrepreneur at heart, Mark earned good money starting in high school by building and then selling computers on Internet. With strong math proficiency from early age, he started taking advanced math courses at UCLA while in high schools. With enough college credits, Mark took gap years at MIT to work full time at McKinsey and launch startups, while still managing to graduate in five years with both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Mark enjoys karaoke even though he isn’t a good singer… it’s probably more the social drinking with friends he enjoys.