Founded only 6 months ago, Zon networks (temporary name) prefers to completely fly under the radar even after announcing the $7 million round led by Draper Fischer Jurvetson (original backer of Hotmail and Skype), Israeli VC funds Tamir Fishman Venture Capital and Megama as well as Trilogy Partnership - a Seattle-based fund that handles the money of former Microsoft and AT&T executives.
The company is keeping a low profile but in interviews to the Israeli media DFJ commented that Zon will change the internet in the same way Skype changed VOIP. Founders revealed that the product is still a theoretical idea, but it will be aimed at the end user and it will leverage communication components of Windows operating system. The co-founder added that if all goes according to plan, the first product will be on the market in early 2009.
Zon is headquartered in Tel Aviv and currently has a head-count of 20. The company is looking to double in size in the coming months and it is looking for product development talent, particularly in telecommunications and Internet protocols.
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