Zachary Levow Overview

  • Investor Type
  • Angel
  • Investments
  • 1
  • Portfolio
  • 1

Zachary Levow General Information


Mr. Zachary Levow is a Co-Founder, Executive Vice President and Co-Chief Technology Officer at Barracuda Networks. He also is an Angel Investor. He leads the innovation and development of Barracuda's security and storage solutions. Prior to Barracuda, Levow was Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer for Affinity Path, a self-service, private label and profitable DSL/dial-up ISP. Prior to Affinity Path, he was Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Spinway Inc., which was acquired by Kmart Corporation. During his tenure at Spinway, Levow was the lead developer of the Spinway architecture. Levow has worked as a software development and architectural software design consultant for clients such as Sun Microsystems, Computer Sciences Corporation, Cadence Design Systems, and Motorola. He received a B.S. in mathematics and computer science from Carnegie Mellon University.

Contact Information

Primary Investor Type
Angel (individual)
Primary Office
  • 3175 Winchester Boulevard
  • Campbell, CA 95008
  • United States
+1 (888) 000-0000

Zachary Levow Investments (1)

Company Name Deal Date Deal Type Deal Size Industry Company Stage Lead Partner
0000000 27-Feb-2014 00000 (00000 00000 Electronics (B2C) Startup
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Zachary Levow Team (1)

Name Title Deals Funds Boards Office
Zachary Levow Angel Investor 0 Campbell, CA
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