SOURCE: Dimdim

October 21, 2008 08:00 ET

Zimbra Founder Invests in Dimdim

Satish Dharmaraj Joins Dimdim's Advisory Board

BOSTON, MA and SUNNYVALE, CA--(Marketwire - October 21, 2008) - Today Dimdim (, the world's free open source web meeting company, announced that Zimbra's co-founder and CEO, Satish Dharmaraj, has personally invested in Dimdim. Dharmaraj also joins Dimdim's Advisory Board. Dharmaraj founded Zimbra in 2003 and sold the company to Yahoo! (NASDAQ: YHOO) in September 2007.

"I believe that Dimdim real time collaboration capabilities complement Zimbra's asynchronous capabilities to deliver on the vision of unified collaboration," said Satish Dharmaraj. "Dimdim is at the forefront of innovation in the collaboration market and its disruptive technologies and business model are already changing the way that people communicate worldwide. That's why I chose to invest personally in the company."

"We're delighted to welcome Satish Dharmaraj as an investor and Board member, his experience in the collaboration market will be invaluable in helping Dimdim establish itself as the true provider of unified collaboration," said DD Ganguly, CEO and co-founder of Dimdim.

About Dimdim

Dimdim -- the world's easiest web conference -- lets anyone deliver synchronized live presentations, whiteboards and web pages while sharing their voice and video over the Internet -- with no download required. Dimdim provides multiple free, open source, and commercial versions capable of supporting thousands of attendees. Join the millions who use Dimdim to reduce the cost of their traditional web conferencing bills and who save time, travel and trouble while protecting the planet from harmful carbon emissions. Dimdim is backed by the original investors in Skype, Hotmail, and MySQL and is based in Boston, Mass., with offices in New Hampshire, Canada and India.

Contact Information

  • Contact for Dimdim
    Andrea Heuer
    Consort Partners
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    Tel: +1 (415) 641-4063