Liqid Adds Advisors

Lafayette, Colorado-based Liqid, the stealth mode, venture-backed startup whose backers include Kingston Technology, Phison Electronics Corporation, ABR Capital Management, and DH Capital, has added a number of new advisors to the company. Liqid said that it has added David Bradford, Brian Hinman, and Anil Rao as advisors. Bradford was most recently CEO of HireVue, and also had served as CEO and Chairman at Fusion-io; Hinman is the co-founder and CEO of Mimosa Networks, and was a venture partner at Oak Investment Partners, in addition to serving at 2Wire and Polycom, among other companies; Rao is the founder of SeaMicro, which was acquired by AMD in 2012 for $350M. Liqid is led by Jay Breakstone, and is working on as-yet specified, flash-based data center management products.