Catbird is funded by Medina Capital.
Medina Capital focuses on the IT infrastructure services market, specifically investing in: virtualization and cloud computing, cybersecurity, software-defined network and security, and big data. These four segments of the IT infrastructure market represent an addressable market opportunity that is estimated to grow to more than $346 billion in 2016.
The Medina Capital team demonstrated entrepreneurial success in founding, building and selling Terremark to Verizon for $2 billion. For over 11 years at Terremark, the Medina Capital team raised and invested over $275 million of equity capital in the business.
Medina Capital’s founder and managing partner, Manuel D. Medina, was the Founder, Chairman of the Board and CEO of Terremark Worldwide, Inc., a publicly traded company on the NASDAQ exchange until April of 2011 when Terremark was acquired by Verizon. Under his leadership, Terremark distinguished itself as the leading global provider of managed IT infrastructure services for Fortune 500 enterprises and federal government agencies. At Terremark, Medina brought his vision to deliver a comprehensive set of best-of-breed IT infrastructure services from purpose-built, carrier-neutral data center facilities to fruition.
Catbird Founders Investment Fund
Catbird’s founding investor is Lachman Goldman Partners, a leading Chicago Venture firm. Lachman Goldman Ventures are unique early stage investors with information technology operating experience and an impressive and profitable industry track record.