Charlie Waite joined Greylock in 1966 from American Research and Development where he worked with Bill Elfers. Charlie was on the board of Teltone and helped build many of Greylock’s successful companies such as Prime Computer, Apollo Computer Systems, International Clinical Labs, Physio-Control, and Cobe Labs.
He was a graduate of the University of Connecticut and the Harvard Business School.
- Apollo Computer (IPO 1983, Acquired by Hewlett-Packard in 1987)
- Biomedical Resources (IPO 1969, Acquired by SmithKline in 1988)
- Centocor (IPO 1982, Acquired by Johnson & Johnson in 1999)
- Cobe Laboratories (IPO 1972, Acquired by Gambro, AB in 1990)
- Haemonetics (IPO 1979)
- Micom (IPO 1981, Acquired by Northern Telecom in 1996)
- Neutrogena (IPO 1973)
- Oxford Labs (IPO 1973, Acquired by G. D. Searle in 1974)
- Prime Computer (IPO 1974)
- Spacelabs (Acquired by Squibb in 1980)
- Xoma (IPO 1986)