Scott Darling, an investor for Intel Capital, the venture arm of the chip giant, has left to join Frazier Technology Ventures in Seattle.
Darling has been responsible for Intel Capital’s investments in companies focused on the “enterprise,” or selling products to large companies.
VentureBeat learned of the departure Thursday evening.
In a more extensive report this morning, VentureWire cited the 17-year Intel Capital veteran as saying that he left to do more hands-on investing. Darling has known the partners at Frazier partners Paul Bialek and Len Jordan for almost a decade.
(First posted 1/19)