Former Vice-President of Sun Microsystems, who led development and licensing of Java, to help grow venture building new dimension of the Web

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – Aug. 28 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Radar Networks today announced the appointment of Mike Clary to its Board of Directors. Radar Networks is building technology for enriching content that will catalyze the evolution of a new dimension of the Web. This new dimension is the next frontier in search, advertising, content distribution and commerce. The company is presently in stealth-mode and anticipates releasing its first commercial products in 2007.

Radar NetworksMr. Clary has worked closely with Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, where he is presently an executive in residence working with Bill Joy. Prior to this, he was President & CEO of Nanostar, Inc. Mr. Clary worked for many years as a senior manager of Sun Microsystems where he helped to lead the development and adoption of Java. He was the director of Aspen Smallworks, a Sun Microsystem’s research lab, and later held other roles including Director, Sales, Business Development and Licensing for Javasoft, Vice-President General Manager Consumer Technologies, Vice-President Global Software Sales and Services, and Vice-President of Research, Sun Laboratories.

“We were immediately impressed when we met Mike Clary – he is an excellent strategist and leader, and he has a proven eye for the next big thing. Radar Networks is fortunate to have someone as senior as Mike on our board,” said Radar Networks, CEO & Founder, Nova Spivack.

“What Radar Networks is up to is very compelling and I believe the company will play an important role in the evolution of the Web. I’m excited to be working with a company with such ambitious plans,” said Mr. Clary.

Radar Networks was founded in 2003, by Nova Spivack (, a long-time technology visionary who co-founded EarthWeb and helped bring it through an historic IPO during the first Web revolution. Radar Networks has spent several years developing core technologies for the next-generation of the Web. The Company is backed by Paul Allen’s Vulcan Capital and Leapfrog Ventures. The company is headquartered in San Francisco.

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Original Story ID: (1945) :: 2006-08-0828-003

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