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Jun 15, 2016 2:40 EST

ImageShack is a hosting company for online media, hosting billions of images and videos for users around the world, making it one of the worlds largest independent media hosts.

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 15, 2016

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ImageShack

 

Los Gatos, CA 95030, US
Communications Equipment
imageshack.us

 

 

ImageShack is a hosting company for online media. It hosts billions of images and videos for users around the world, making it one of the worlds largest independent media hosts. Imageshack.com, the companys flagship product, makes saving and sharing images and videos free and easy.

ImageShack launched Yfrog.com in February of 2009 to offer easy image and video sharing to Twitter. It was launched on top of the same infrastructure that supports ImageShack’s hosting service. For Twitter users, not only is Yfrog free with no registration required, but sharing pictures or videos is as simple as two clicks. It is designed for real-time, rapid uploads and sharing and provides secure login via Twitter’s credential service (oAuth). Yfrog enables photos and videos to be shared via email, via links and embedded codes, and on many social networking sites.

In August of 2012, ImageShack launched yfrog Social. It was designed to give users a new way to connect and interact with each other in a way that is still fun and meaningful. The key elements of the network is that it is simple, personal, and private. Yfrog Social is not driven by monetizing the content of its users, rather it makes a product for its users, and only them.

In October of 2012, ImageShack launched its newest endeavor, SkyPath. It is an app that syncs with your ImageShack account and your iPhones photo library. ImageShack is dedicated to providing quality products, that are easy to use, centered around photographs, for our users.

 

 

Products / Services

yfrog

ImageShack launched Yfrog.com in February of 2009 to offer easy image and video sharing to Twitter on top of the same infrastructure that supports its hosting service. It allows users to not only share photos and videos on Twitter but also broadcast their lives as it happens.

For Twitter users, yfrog is free with no registration required and sharing pictures or videos is as simple as just two clicks. It is designed for real-time, rapid uploads and sharing and provides secure login via Twitter’s credential service. Users can upload media to yfrog from a file on a computer, URL by using yfrogs webcam feature to capture a photo or video, sending an email containing a file as an attachment, or using one of the hundreds of tools and applications that support yfrog. I.E: Twitter for iPhone, Tweetdeck, and Twitterrific Developers who can use yfrogs APIs to upload media.

ImageShack and Yfrog APIs

Developers can use ImageShack and yfrog’s APIs to upload and share media.

yfrog Social

frog Social was launched in August of 2012 and is an online social network designed to help you connect to your friends in a meaningful way! The key elements of the network are that its private, simple, and personal. The network allows users to organize their connections into groups, making content relevant because users decide what they want to see. Yfrog Social is not driven by monetizing the content of its users, rather it makes a product for its users, and them only. Most current social networks sell users private data to the top bidder and fill users profiles with advertisements, Yfrog Social doesnt. It believe a cause worth pursuing is creating an excellent product with an intent of empowering its users and putting their needs first.

Skypath

Skypath is an app that syncs your photos with all of your devices that contain a photo library, as well as directly with your ImageShack account.

SkyPath backs up your Photo Library on your Android, iOS, and desktop devices in seconds. SkyPath will also securely store all of your content online, so you can access, manage, and share it from anywhere.

This app is available for all MAC, iOS, Windows, Windows 64-bit, and Android.

 

Management

Director
Greg McAdoo

Greg McAdoo

Greg McAdoo is a venture capitalist at [Sequoia Capital](/financial-organization/sequoia-capital). Greg partners with IT systems, internet services, mobile and energy companies. Greg currently sits on the board of directors at [Airbnb](/company/airbnb-2), [Bump Technologies](/company/bump-technologies), [Clustrix](/company/clustix), [Greplin](/company/greplin), [Imageshack](/company/imageshack), [MeLLmo](/company/mellmo) and [Rock You](/company/rockyou) and [Songkick](/company/songkick).

Greg’s previous investments at Sequoia Capital include [Isilon](/company/isilon) which was acquired by [EMC](/company/emc).

Prior to Sequoia Capital, Greg was President and CEO of Sentient Networks (CSCO). Previously, Greg held senior engineering and executive level management positions at Cisco Systems, Sourcecom, Micom Communications and Datability Systems. (Source: [Sequoia Capital](http://www.crunchbase.com/person/greg-mcadoo/edit_overview))

Director
Aydin Senkut

Aydin Senkut

Aydin Senkut is the Founder and Managing Director of Felicis Ventures. He has been named one of the top 25 tech angels by Businessweek recently and was featured as one of the top 8 up and coming VCs by Forbes Midas List.

Prior to starting Felicis Ventures, Aydin was a Senior Manager at Google, responsible for strategic partner development and account management in Asia Pacific (including Japan). Aydin joined Google in 1999 as its first Product Manager to launch Googles first 10 international sites, its first online search licensing products and its first Safe Search. He then became the first International Sales Manager at Google, responsible for world-wide licensing deals.

Before joining Google, Aydin was the Product Manager for Data Visualization and Data Mining software MineSet, and led the business development efforts for the financial services industry at SGI.

Aydin received a BS in Business Administration with Honors from Boston University.

 
Steve Smith

Steve Smith

Steve Smith has 16 years in media sales management. He has playes key roles at TouchTunes Interactive, Discovery Communications, World Wrestling Entertainment and several other powerhouse media companies. He has more then a decade within the integrated media sales space.

Director
Mike Harkey

Mike HarkeyManaging Director at ImageShack

 
Jack Levin

Jack Levin

Jack Levin is the founder of [imageshack.us].

Before starting imageshack, he was a network manager and engineer at Google for over five years.

Jack attended the University of Missouri-Columbia and the University of Missouri-Saint Louis .

 

 

 

Director Business Development
Alexander Volkov

 

 

Design
Lawrie Talansky

Lead UI and Visual Designer at ImageShack

 

 

 

Business Development
Deborah Black

Business Development Manager at ImageShack

 

 

 

Software Engineer
Nicholas Pettas

 

Engineering
Oleg Tsvinev

Principal Engineer at ImageShack

 

 

 

Engineering
Josiah Spartz

Front End Engineer at ImageShack

 

 

 

Engineering
Serge Tonkovidoff

Systems Engineer at ImageShack

 

 

 

Engineering
Edwin Douglas

Operations Engineer at ImageShack

 

 

 

Software Engineer
Clifford White

 

 

 

Director
Sundar Krishnamurthy

Sr. Director of Product at ImageShack

 

 

 
Nagesh Rao

Principal Backend Architect at ImageShack

 

 

 
Michelle Sams

Manager Ad Operations at ImageShack

 

 

 

Alexander Levin

Founder at ImageShack

 

 

 
Chris Maury

Strategic Developmet at ImageShack

 

 

 

 
Tyler Van Hoomissen

Web Developer at ImageShack

 

 

 

Moe Hosseini

Front End Developer at ImageShack

 

 

 

Mikhail Smirnov

Web Developer at ImageShack

 

 

 
Lucy Finegan

Account Manager at ImageShack

 

 

 

 

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