AT&T

AT&T Inc. provides telecommunication, media, and technology services worldwide. The company operates through four segments: Communications, WarnerMedia, Latin America, and Xandr. The Communications segment provides wireless and wireline telecom, video, and broadband and Internet services; video entertainment services using satellite, IP-based, and streaming options; and audio programming services under the AT&T, Cricket, AT&T PREPAID, and DIRECTV brands to residential and business customers. This segment also sells handsets, wirelessly enabled computers, and wireless data cards manufactured by various suppliers for use with company’s voice and data services, as well as various accessories, such as carrying cases and hands-free devices through the company-owned stores, agents, and third-party retail stores. The WarnerMedia segment primarily produces, distributes, and licenses television programming and feature films; distributes home entertainment products in physical and digital formats; and produces and distributes mobile and console games, and consumer products, as well as offers brand licensing services. It also operates cable networks, multichannel premium pay television, and over-the-top services; and digital media properties. The Latin America segment offers video entertainment and audio programming services under the DIRECTV and SKY brands primarily to residential customers; pay-TV services, including HD sports video content; and postpaid and prepaid wireless services under the AT&T and Unefon brands, as well as sells various handsets through company-owned stores, agents, and third-party retail stores. The Xandr segment provides digital and video advertising services. The company was formerly known as SBC Communications Inc. and changed its name to AT&T Inc. in November 2005. AT&T Inc. was incorporated in 1983 and is based in Dallas, Texas.
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Vlingo

Funding Round in 2009
Vlingo is a Virtual Assistant that turns your words into action by combining voice to text technology, natural language processing, and Vlingo’s Intent Engine to understand the user’s intent and take the appropriate action. Simply speak to your phone to connect with the people, businesses and activities that are important to you. The team behind the service has some significant experience in the speech recognition space. The two co-founders (Mike Phillips and John Nguyen) worked for SpeechWorks, which was acquired by ScanSoft, which then renamed itself Nuance. Nuance most recently paid $293 million for VoiceSignal, a company using speech recognition for mobile search in 21 languages.

Move This World

Seed Round in 2018
Move This World is the leading provider of social-emotional learning (SEL) multimedia resources for PreK-12 students, educators, and families. Each piece of educational content is delivered through short interactive lessons and is grounded in the goal of empowering students to navigate the rapidly-changing realities of their world - both in the classroom and throughout their lives. Designed for implementation that is both impactful and simple, the MTW platform allows educators and families to incorporate SEL into their students’ schedules every day, without planning or prep. The extensive multimedia library provides a robust and engaging daily curriculum- experiences designed to empower students by strengthening the skills that foster wellbeing and establishing a common language among students, educators, and families. These multimedia experiences are rooted in creative expression and participatory movement. Move This World has already impacted the lives of over one and a half million students across 38 states. Learn more: movethisworld.com.

Edge Wireless

Acquisition in 2007
Edge Wireless LLC is a company that was acquired by AT&T in 2008.

Zvents

Series B in 2008
Producer of local online entertainment guides

iStreamPlanet

Series A in 2013
iStreamPlanet, the Leader in Live: iStreamPlanet is a premier, multiplatform video-workflow solutions provider committed to bringing high-quality streaming video experiences to connected audiences around the world. With more than a decade of live streaming video experience, iStreamPlanet has built a comprehensive offering of cloud-based video-workflow products and services for live event and live linear streaming channels. iStreamPlanet’s innovative approach has been chosen by the world’s leading sports, entertainment, and technology brands including NBC, Turner Broadcasting, Notre Dame Athletics, Pac-12 Networks, AT&T, and Microsoft. Founded in 2000, the privately held company is headquartered in Las Vegas with offices in Redmond, Wash., and London. More information can be found at www.istreamplanet.com.

AllHere Education

Seed Round in 2020
AllHere, Inc develops an intervention management platform for K-12 schools and districts. It provides referral management, filter and view chronic absence data at the district, grade, and school levels to identify students that need attention; intervention tracking apps, to collect data about attendance interventions student home visits and mentors; and intervention analytics data, automates reports so you can get and share updates about intervention program’s progress and effectiveness. AllHere, Inc is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

Leap Wireless

Acquisition in 2013
Leap is a wireless communications provider that offers iservices under the Cricket brand. Leap's Cricket service offerings provide unlimited access to wireless voice and data services for a flat rate without requiring a fixed-term contract. Cricket is the pioneer of simple and affordable unlimited wireless services with no long-term commitments or credit checks required serving more than 5.3 million customers in 35 states and the District of Columbia. Cricket offers wireless voice and broadband Internet services over the latest technology, high-quality, all-digital 3G CDMA2000 1X and 1xEV-DO wireless network. Cricket’s nationwide wireless voice service plans include unlimited anytime minutes, unlimited U.S. long distance, unlimited text and picture messaging, unlimited text to Mexico, unlimited Mobile Web, unlimited directory assistance, as well as a variety of calling features and feature-rich mobile applications such as popular games, ringtones and wallpapers. Cricket Broadband provides unlimited Internet access anywhere within Cricket’s coverage areas at speeds comparable to DSL. The Company and its joint ventures operate in 34 states and the District of Columbia and hold licenses in 35 of the top 50 U.S. markets. Cricket services stretch across the country, from New York to California. Headquartered in San Diego, Calif., Leap is traded on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the ticker symbol LEAP.

LearnPlatform

Seed Round in 2015
LearnPlatform, Inc. develops an edtech management platform that enables educators to manage, measure, and improve impact across their learning ecosystem. It also provides impact analysis, rapid edtech analysis, professional development, and consulting services. The company serves schools, districts, states, networks, higher education institutions, educators, administrators, and product companies. LearnPlatform, Inc. was formerly known as Lea(R)n, Inc. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Raleigh, North Carolina.

Lumina Networks, Inc.

Series A in 2018
Lumina Networks, Inc. designs and develops open source networking solutions to simplify and automate heterogeneous networks. Its products include Lumina extension adaptation platform, Lumina SDN controller, Lumina network resource manager, Lumina service mapper, and open log stack; and solutions, such as network visibility, Software-Defined data center, SD-Core, Internet based service automation. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in San Jose, California with additional offices in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia; Mississauga, Canada; the United Kingdom; Ireland; and Bengaluru and Pune, India.

BellSouth

Acquisition in 2006
BellSouth Corporation is an American telecommunications company and a subsidiary of AT&T. BellSouth was one of the original Bell Regional Operating Companies after the U.S. government forced the American Telephone & Telegraphic Company to divest itself of regional telephone companies. The company provided its services to the southern parts of the U.S. and has its headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. BellSouth also operated an advertising and publishing unit, which printed and distributed phone books and directories. BellSouth was acquired by AT&T in 2006 in a deal worth US$ 86 billion.

Fractionality.com

Series A in 2018
We welcome both early-stage companies and experienced entrepreneurs to join us as our mission in life is to support and improve upon your vision and get you to achieve your company goals. We have helped generate over $2 billion in revenue, creating strategies, identifying new opportunities, and opening new markets that target and garner result in working with some of the coolest companies on the planet. We are experienced entrepreneurs who know how to innovate and help you drive your company's revenue and business development efforts both domestically and internationally.

Alltel

Acquisition in 2013
Alltel is a telecommunications company that provides consumers and businesses with wireless communication services, products, and solutions. The company serves the transportation, retail, insurance, healthcare, construction, and financial services industries. Alltel’s wireless services include wireless voice and data communication services, postpaid and prepaid wireless calling cards, roaming and long-distance calling services, and data solutions. The company provides text and video messaging, digital gaming, radio streaming, internet access, and emailing services as well as business intelligence, field service automation, security, and systems management services. It also offers mobile handsets and accessories. Alltel is based in Rockport Texas, United States and operates as a subsidiary of Verizon Wireless and AT&T.

OmniSky

Venture Round in 2000
In January 2002, OmniSky Corporation sold substantially all of its assets to EarthLink, Inc., including its subscriber base, all of its intellectual property rights, and key network assets, pursuant to its filing for Bankruptcy. The company prior to selling its assets was a global developer and provider of wireless data applications and services for users of mobile devices.

Immersed Games

Venture Round in 2020
Immersed Games is harnessing the addictive power of video games for learning. We are creating a video game as a platform for deep, empowering learning experiences. Think World of Warcraft, for learning - a virtual world crafted for relevant learning over a variety of subjects and enrichment that creates an ecosystem for students to engage with long-term. We just released a smaller stand-alone game that will test a portion of our sandbox-like educational gameplay and acquire data before completing the full game release, continuing then to iteratively expand content.

Blue Danube Systems, Inc.

Series B in 2015
Blue Danube Systems, Inc. designs and develops mobile wireless access solutions that increase network capacity and enhance quality of service. It also offers BeamMaster, a beam-based optimization platform for real-time user traffic detection and hotspot pattern recognition. The company has a strategic collaboration with Redline Communications. Blue Danube Systems, Inc. was formerly known as Blue Danube Labs, Inc. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Mountain View, California with an additional office in Warren, New Jersey.

Xanboo

Acquisition in 2010
Xanboo, Inc. provides a home and business management system with access and control devices that enable users to control and monitor homes and businesses through Internet. It designs and engineers various hardware and software, including video cameras, sensors, and control devices. The company provides its solutions for residential, business, security, mobile, energy management, lighting, environmental, and remote monitoring applications. Xanboo, Inc. was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in New York, New York.

Caribu

Seed Round in 2018
Caribu Inc. offers a video calling application that let parents and extended family read bedtime stories to children. The application also offers features such as, drawing on books with multiple colors in real-time, audio-only fallback when user is in low-bandwidth area, story guide pointer in real-time to follow along in the book, magnifying tool to zoom in on small text., and in-app bookstore containing hundreds of books in six languages. Caribu Inc. was founded in 2014 and is based in Miami, Florida.

Sterling Commerce

Acquisition in 2009
Sterling Commerce provides software and services that help enterprises connect, communicate and collaborate with their customers, partners and suppliers by providing solutions that enable seamless integration of key business processes, and with applications that transform the way companies do business. Sterling Commerce integration solutions enable seamless integration of key business processes, and our applications streamline the commerce lifecycle from selling to fulfillment to payments. With Sterling Commerce Integration Solutions and Applications, our customers are able to drive growth, adapt to change, enhance their performance, and protect their enterprise.

Tele-Communications, Inc

Acquisition in 1999
Tele-Communications was a cable television provider in the United States. It was acquired by AT&T in 1999.

USInternetworking, Inc.

Acquisition in 2006
USinternetworking, an applications services provider, manages companies' software via the internet. It provides hosted applications via the internet for large companies looking for managed software services. It offers applications from vendors in the areas of enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management (Oracle), spend management (Ariba), messaging and collaboration (Microsoft), and custom developed e-commerce systems. USinternetworking's customers included the State of Maryland's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Sunburst Hospitality, and Yankee Candle. The company was acquired by US telecom service giant AT&T in 2006.

Lizardtech

Series F in 2002
For more than two decades, LizardTech has delivered innovative software products for managing, accessing and distributing massive, high-resolution geospatial data such as aerial and satellite imagery and LiDAR data. LizardTech pioneered the MrSID technology, a powerful wavelet-based image encoder, viewer and file format. The MrSID format is supported in all major GIS applications. LizardTech has offices in Seattle, Denver, London, and Tokyo and is a business name of Celartem Technology Inc.

cheddar

Series C in 2017
Cheddar will be a video-centric media company that focuses on business content for the 18-34 market—even going so far as to broadcast live from the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange for around one to two hours each day, as reported by Business Insider. Cheddar doesn't have a firm launch date just yet, though Steinberg told Business Insider that the company should have a preview of its daily live show ready to go by May. Though it's just a few weeks old, Cheddar is already starting to think about how it might approach the elephant in the room: Money. As in, how the service will make money in order to keep its operations going.
Eureka Broadband, a building-centric application service provider and premium high-speed Internet access company.

Akimbo

Series C in 2006
Akimbo is a white label video solution. It includes an advertising system and "supports multiple business models including ad-supported, transactional, subscription, download-to-own, download-to-burn, pay-per-minute, gift cards and account credits."

Tellme Network

Venture Round in 2000
Tellme provides voice recognition and instruction technology, fundamentally improving how people use the phone to get the information they need everyday. By combining Internet data and a voice interface, Tellme's services let people simply say what they want and get it. Some of the services running on Tellme's platform include business search on 411, information search on 1-800-555-TELL as well as customer service and ordering for companies like American Airlines, Merrill Lynch, and FedEx. Tellme powered billions of calls every year and is used by more than 40 month. Microsoft acquired Tellme in 2007, and Microsoft now uses Tellme's technology in Windows Phone's voice recognition, Bing voice search, Xbox voice recognition, and other Microsoft technologies.

Superclick Networks

Acquisition in 2011
Superclick provides network design, deployment and infrastructure management for the hospitality, healthcare and MDU markets. The company serves a number of major hospitality brands such as Fairmont & Raffles Hotels, Four Seasons Hotels, Intercontinental Hotels Group, Jumeirah, Kimpton Hotels, Mandarin Oriental Hotels, Marriott Hotels International, Shangri-La Hotels and Starwood in Canada, North America, the Middle East and Asia.

Valence

Debt Financing in 2011
Valence is a diversified media company, with divisions or strategic investments in premium television, wide release film, specialty film, live events and digital media.

RespondTV

Venture Round in 2000
RespondTV has a potent blend of proven vision and real-world success. They offer operators, programmers and advertisers the most comprehensive enhanced TV infrastructure and services available: from hosting, serving and reporting to off the shelf applications. Let RespondTV guide you through the exciting possibilities that enhanced TV brings, and discover how to make the riches of this untapped marketing potential a reality - Today. Their capabilities and experience offer their clients and partners compelling reasons for investing in enhanced TV.

GetFon

Acquisition in 2008
UCaaS for multinational enterprises

Unruly Studios

Seed Round in 2019
Unruly Studios creates interactive games that empower children with critical STEM skills while stimulating creative problem solving through physical activity and social engagement. Its pioneering product, Unruly Tiles, teaches kids between the age group of 6-12 years to code and develop creative problem-solving skills while balancing screen-time and play-time. Unruly Tiles is a set of programmable electronic floor tiles that kids can run around and jump on to play games created by them. Unruly Studios was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

Otter Media

Venture Round in 2014
Otter Media Holdings, LLC provides over-the-top subscription video services. The company invests in and builds advertising and digital media services for targeted audiences. It provides entertainment services through its portfolio of brands, which offer audiences a variety of videos, television, movies, music, and other content and service offerings. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in Santa Monica, California. As of August 7, 2018, Otter Media Holdings, LLC operates as a subsidiary of Warner Media, LLC.

Team8 FinTech

Series B in 2016
Team8 Labs Ltd. is a venture capital firm specializing in incubation, seed, A and B rounds, early stage, startups and growth capital investments. The firm seeks to invest in the enterprise technology startups across various domains with a focus on data, Fintech, AI, cyber security and Innovation sector. Team8 Labs Ltd. was founded in 2014 and is based in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel with an additional office in New York City, New York.

Fast Forward

Venture Round in 2017
Technology has the power and scale to be a force for good, yet there’s a gap in support for tech nonprofits who in the early stages need to build their product and prove their model. Fast Forward looks for product­-driven nonprofits that leverage open source software, always connected mobile devices, open APIs, and inexpensive variable cost web infrastructure to solve education, environmental, health, and human rights issues. Fast Forward then provides financial and human capital to help scale these technology solutions and maximize impact.

SnapRoute

Series A in 2017
As of November 7, 2019, SnapRoute, Inc. was acquired by Infoblox Inc.. SnapRoute, Inc. develops open source network stack for enterprises. It offers Network Protocol Stack that runs on various commoditized network hardware with various open Linux operating systems. The company delivers a CI/CD network infrastructure for the DevOps age. SnapRoute, Inc. was founded in 2015 and is based in Santa Clara, California.

Wayport

Acquisition in 2008
Wayport operates WiFi hotpots for partners since 1998 with key investors Seven Rosen Funds, New Enterprise Associates, Millennium Technology Ventures and Scale Venture Partners.
INVIDI Technologies Corporation provides software applications that track targeted advertising. It offers Advatar, a digital set-top box application that delivers addressable targeted advertising and marketing messages to individual viewers. It facilitates the sales of digital products, digital tiers, and digital services, such as VOD, PVR, and pay-per-view events; Internet, voice, and wireless services; and triple play offers. Advatar serves multi-channel video programming distributors, marketers, advertisers, and media buyers and sellers. The company also provides INVIDI Advertising Decision System, an addressable television advertising technology for managing advertising decisions and selections for household delivery in the evolving business of television advertising. INVIDI Technologies Corporation was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey.

Vyatta

Acquisition in 2017
Linux-based software platform, provides routing, firewalling, intrusion prevention, antivirus, and WAN load balancing services

cheddar

Series D in 2018
Cheddar will be a video-centric media company that focuses on business content for the 18-34 market—even going so far as to broadcast live from the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange for around one to two hours each day, as reported by Business Insider. Cheddar doesn't have a firm launch date just yet, though Steinberg told Business Insider that the company should have a preview of its daily live show ready to go by May. Though it's just a few weeks old, Cheddar is already starting to think about how it might approach the elephant in the room: Money. As in, how the service will make money in order to keep its operations going.

Beereaders

Seed Round in 2020
Beereaders is a digital platform that promotes literacy skills among Spanish-speaking students presenting personalized learning and using original Spanish content in a game-like experience.

Valence

Private Equity Round in 2013
Valence is a diversified media company, with divisions or strategic investments in premium television, wide release film, specialty film, live events and digital media.

CommQuest Services

Venture Round in 1996
CommQuest Services offer a broad array of mental health services designed to assist individuals

Centennial Communications Corp

Acquisition in 2009
Centennial Communications, a subsidiary of [AT&T](/organization/at-t), is a leading provider of regional wireless and integrated communications services in the United States and Puerto Rico with approximately 1.1 million wireless subscribers and 582,200 access lines and equivalents. The U.S. business owns and operates wireless networks in the Midwest and Southeast covering parts of six states. Centennial’s Puerto Rico business owns and operates wireless networks in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands and provides facilities-based integrated voice, data and Internet solutions. Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe is a significant shareholder of Centennial.

Alascom

Acquisition in 1994
Alascom, Inc., d/b/a AT&T Alaska, is an Alaskan telecommunications company.

Iusacell

Acquisition in 2014
Iusacell was the first company to introduce a Mexico cell phone , the first to provide 3G and also the pioneers in introducing the mobile Internet Broadband BAM . Today is the first mobile phone company in Mexico to offer a 4G network for their customers . The company has national coverage, and integrates the only two providers of wireless communication services in the country with CDMA technology, which generates the most efficient use of radio spectrum.

Interwise

Acquisition in 2007
Interwise provides voice, Web, and video conferencing solutions for the enterprise. The company offers AT&T Connect, an IP software, which is used for voice conferences, Web meetings, virtual training, Web seminars, Webcasts, broadcasts, and recordings. It serves technology, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, insurance, automotive, and retail industries. The company was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts with additional offices in Israel, Japan, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, France, and Germany.

QuickPlay Media

Acquisition in 2016
QuickPlay Media is the leading provider of managed service solutions for the distribution of premium video to IP-connected devices. Successfully used by the world’s largest communications and media companies, QuickPlay’s cloud-based OpenVideo platform provides the most scalable and secure way for companies to deliver engaging multiscreen entertainment experiences. For more information, please follow QuickPlay Media on Twitter at @quickplaymedia. Interested parties can also follow QuickPlay on Facebook at www.facebook.com/quickplaymedia. QuickPlay was founded in April 2004 by telecommunications executive Wayne Purboo and media executive Raja Khanna and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada with local sales offices in North America and Europe.

AppNexus

Acquisition in 2018
Provides trading solutions and powers marketplaces for internet advertising

Prodigy Communications

Acquisition in 2001
Prodigy Communications Corp., an Internet service provider, serves both owned and managed dial and DSL subscribers. Products and services include Prodigy Instant Messaging™; Prodigy Chat™; Prodigy Online Communities; Prodigybiz, a suite of specially designed Internet products and services for small business owners; and Prodigy® En Espanol™, a bilingual Spanish/English-language Internet service created especially for the U.S. Spanish-speaking population.

Tut Systems

Venture Round in 1996
Tut Systems, Inc. delivers advanced content processing and distribution products as well as comprehensive system integration services for deploying next-generation data and video services over broadband networks. Service providers, content providers and government agencies worldwide use Tut Systems solutions to deliver broadcast-quality video over broadband networks.

Vobile Group Limited

Series A in 2007
Vobile is the worldwide leader in video and audio content protection, measurement, and monetization services. Its patented core VDNA technologies enable fully automated identification, tracking, and management of any video and audio content with high accuracy and scalability. Vobile operates the VDNA Database (VDDB), which is the most comprehensive database of authorized video fingerprints, metadata, and business rules from major movie studios, television networks, and record labels. Founded in 2005, the company is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, with additional offices in the United States, Japan, and Hong Kong.

Magic Leap

Series D in 2018
Magic Leap is a proprietary wearable technology that enables users to interact with digital devices in a completely visually cinematic way. Magic Leap is an Augmented Reality US-based startup that is innovating in the AR space to create new hardware and software that will give its users a never-before-seen AR experience and redefine how we access screens and visualize data. The headset combines a user's inherent visual ability with mobile computing – giving visual output equivalent to real-world experience but powered by mobile tech. Using their Dynamic Digitized Lightfield Signal, they generate images indistinguishable from real objects and place those images seamlessly into the real world.

New Global Telecom

Series A in 2000
New Global Telecom has been an innovator in building state-of-the-art telecommunications infrastructure and networks in Latin American and Asian countries. Historically New Global Telecom’s business has been building direct networks and selling international telecommunications services to Tier I carriers in the U.S. and other markets. New Global Telecom now sells more than 90 million minutes each month to inter-exchange carriers in the U.S., Asia, Europe and South America. In addition, New Global Telecom has capitalized on in-house experience to offer a host of complimentary telecommunications management services to help emerging and dominant carriers maintain their market position in today’s rapidly changing and dynamic marketplace. Currently, New Global Telecom is a fully integrated global communications provider offering retail and wholesale internet, data and switched voice services. New Global Telecom is poised to be one of the first telecommunications companies to deploy a truly converged network in emerging global markets.

Akimbo

Series D in 2008
Akimbo is a white label video solution. It includes an advertising system and "supports multiple business models including ad-supported, transactional, subscription, download-to-own, download-to-burn, pay-per-minute, gift cards and account credits."

On Networks

Series A in 2006
ON Networks is a independent distributor and producer of original, episodic HD programming. The ON Networks AllScreen Syndication Network is one of the largest multi-screen TV show and video advertising distribution networks in the world. It's the first to deliver sponsored programs of any format from any content creator to a guaranteed number of global viewers wherever they watch shows – including TVs, computers, mobile phones, gaming or other devices as well as hotel, business and retail networks. The AllScreen Syndication Network can distribute TV shows and accompanying advertisements to millions of viewers each month across the United States and Europe through distribution partners including Verizon, AT&T, iTunes, TiVo, Telecom Italia and more. In addition to helping reach viewers on many screens, the AllScreen Network provides services that allow customers to directly publish video content and track audience engagement metrics and data. ON Networks also works with budding and professional content creators to produce a range of original video content, with shows such as Smart Girls at the Party, Play Value, The 5-Minute Drill, BackPack Picnic, Budget Health Nut, Cocktails on the Fly, Golf Tips, and Stump the Chef.

picoChip

Series E in 2009
picoChip provides signal processing products for wireless communications. picoChip offers multi-core DSP, with widely deployed software-defined radio products and a growing range of cost- and performance-optimized ASSP devices.

AlienVault, Inc.

Acquisition in 2018
AT&T CyberSecurity provides threat intelligence, collaborative defense, and security solutions for businesses. The company is uniquely positioned to deliver security without the seams through people, process, and technology, which will provide unrivaled visibility for the customers. AT&T CyberSecurity was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in San Mateo, California.

Nextel Mexico

Acquisition in 2015
Nextel Mexico offers its users with wireless communications services. The company is an analog specialized mobile radio operator that offers mobile radio voice, messaging, and data services for individuals and businesses. Nextel Mexico was founded in 1993 and it was acquired by AT&T on January 27, 2015.

Sometrics

Series A in 2008
Founded in 2007 and based in El Segundo, Calif., Sometrics, a wholly-owned subsidiary of American Express, is helping publishers market free-to-play online games and monetize virtual currency with a consumer destination site and the industry’s most advanced in-game payment solutions. Sometrics’ payment processing, optimization and analytics platform is also being used to support Serve, American Express’ new digital payments and commerce platform, to deploy virtual currencies and loyalty programs on a global scale. GameCoins.com, an online games discovery and user acquisition platform, connects gamers with publishers through fun activities and relevant content. Game Coins members have the opportunity to discover new games through Missions, Raffles and other branded activities and earn Game Coins currency that can then be redeemed for many top online games, as well as Facebook Credits via their App2User program. The destination offers publishers access to an audience of millions of dedicated gamers around the world. For more information about GameCoins, please visit http://www.gamecoins.com/. With Sometrics’ in-game payment and optimization platform, game publishers gain a new revenue source that enhances existing payment methods and increases conversions among paying users. The company offers dozens of payment options in over 100 countries including credit cards, mobile, pre-paid cards, bank transfers and more, in addition to hundreds of brand engagement ads. Sometrics’ payment management and optimization platform allows publishers to maximize revenue through existing payment methods while enhancing user conversion via advanced analytics tools. For more information on the in-game payment and optimization platform, please visit http://sometrics.com/. Sometrics raised $2 million in capital in its first round of funding, led by the Mail Room Fund, an investment consortium that combines big Hollywood (the William Morris Talent Agency) with Silicon Valley (Accel and Venrock) venture capitalists, in addition to co-investors AT&T and Greycroft Partners. Series B financing totaling $4 million was closed in October of 2009, led by Steamboat Ventures and including the Mail Room Fund and Greycroft.

Ingenio

Acquisition in 2007
Ingenio, LLC operates an e-commerce based knowledge exchange platform. The company’s platform supports connecting members in real-time/through appointments to share and monetize information. Its community-based tools, and proprietary web, voice, and mobile technologies help nurture relationships between people for the exchange of information. Ingenio, LLC was formerly known as Keen, Inc. The company was founded in 1999 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of December 10, 2007, Ingenio, LLC operates as a subsidiary of AT&T Inc.

Vobile Group Limited

Series B in 2007
Vobile is the worldwide leader in video and audio content protection, measurement, and monetization services. Its patented core VDNA technologies enable fully automated identification, tracking, and management of any video and audio content with high accuracy and scalability. Vobile operates the VDNA Database (VDDB), which is the most comprehensive database of authorized video fingerprints, metadata, and business rules from major movie studios, television networks, and record labels. Founded in 2005, the company is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, with additional offices in the United States, Japan, and Hong Kong.

On Networks

Series B in 2007
ON Networks is a independent distributor and producer of original, episodic HD programming. The ON Networks AllScreen Syndication Network is one of the largest multi-screen TV show and video advertising distribution networks in the world. It's the first to deliver sponsored programs of any format from any content creator to a guaranteed number of global viewers wherever they watch shows – including TVs, computers, mobile phones, gaming or other devices as well as hotel, business and retail networks. The AllScreen Syndication Network can distribute TV shows and accompanying advertisements to millions of viewers each month across the United States and Europe through distribution partners including Verizon, AT&T, iTunes, TiVo, Telecom Italia and more. In addition to helping reach viewers on many screens, the AllScreen Network provides services that allow customers to directly publish video content and track audience engagement metrics and data. ON Networks also works with budding and professional content creators to produce a range of original video content, with shows such as Smart Girls at the Party, Play Value, The 5-Minute Drill, BackPack Picnic, Budget Health Nut, Cocktails on the Fly, Golf Tips, and Stump the Chef.

StartX (Stanford-StartX Fund)

Venture Round in 2013
StartX is a 501(c)(3) Stanford-affiliated nonprofit in Silicon Valley that runs one of the world’s top startup accelerator programs. Its mission is to advance the development of the best entrepreneurs through experiential education and peer learning. Since launching in 2010, it has supported more than 450 companies and 1000 entrepreneurs, from early to pre-IPO stage, working across a wide spectrum of industries. StartX and StartX Med, dedicated to medical and biotechnology innovation, provide founders with access to a powerful network of entrepreneurs, investors, mentors, and industry partners, along with office space and a variety of other resources. Based in Palo Alto, the accelerator also operates StartX-QB3 Labs and the Stanford-StartX Fund. We are funded by Stanford University, Stanford Health Care, Microsoft, Steelcase, Hyundai, Oriza Ventures, Nissan, Panasonic, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Analog Devices, Silicon Valley Bank, Greylock Partners, Sequoia Capital, and many others. For more information, visit startx.com The company is associated investment vehicle, the Stanford-StartX Fund is a partnership between StartX, Stanford University and Stanford Health Care. It can invest only in StartX companies who raise qualified rounds of venture capital using objective criteria; it is founder opt-in.

Carrier IQ

Acquisition in 2015
Carrier IQ is a Mobile Service Intelligence solution provider for mobile network operators and equipment vendors.

Boddle Learning, Inc

Convertible Note in 2019
Boddle is a game-based learning platform that helps K-12 teachers assess and differentiate their students’ learning to improve academic outcomes in STEM. The platform uses gameplay and adaptive learning technology to engage students for growth while turning student responses into actionable reports for teachers.

Fast Forward

Seed Round in 2016
Technology has the power and scale to be a force for good, yet there’s a gap in support for tech nonprofits who in the early stages need to build their product and prove their model. Fast Forward looks for product­-driven nonprofits that leverage open source software, always connected mobile devices, open APIs, and inexpensive variable cost web infrastructure to solve education, environmental, health, and human rights issues. Fast Forward then provides financial and human capital to help scale these technology solutions and maximize impact.

Pathfire

Venture Round in 2007
Pathfire, Inc. provides digital media distribution and management solutions to the television, media, and entertainment industries. The company offers Digital Media Gateway, a digital IP store-and-forward platform, delivering news stories, syndicated programming, advertising spots, and video news releases to broadcasters. It provides solutions for content providers and broadcasters, as well as station solutions. The company was formerly known as Video Networks, Inc. and changed its name to Pathfire, Inc. in January, 2001. Pathfire, Inc. was founded in 1996 and is based in Roswell, Georgia. As of June 4, 2007, Pathfire, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of DG FastChannel, Inc.

inFreeDA

Acquisition in 2006
Free ad-supported phone based directory assistance service

DIRECTV

Acquisition in 2015
Digital entertainment services provider delivering sports, news, movies, family and local programming channels

Time Warner Investments

Acquisition in 2016
Time Warner Investments is a venture capital arm of Time Warner, Inc., specializing in early to mid stage investments. It seeks to invest in digital media and technology companies. The firm seeks to invest up to $25 million. It makes non-strategic investments and prefers to acquire minority equity stakes in private companies. The firm typically acts as a lead investor in a round and seeks governance rights including Board seats and observer rights as appropriate. Time Warner Investments was founded in 1998 and is based in New York, New York.

OnSite Access

Venture Round in 2000
As the leading national provider of building-centric, integrated communications services, OnSite Access is dedicated to bridging the interests of commercial property owners, real estate managers and agents, businesses, and the communications services industry. They're already wiring over 350 million square feet of real estate in 29 markets - all at no cost to building owners. In the process, they're turning properties with antiquated, inefficient communications infrastructures into buildings of the future. And they're enabling thousands of growing businesses to communicate, collaborate, and compete in ways never before possible or affordable.

ServiceSource

Venture Round in 2007
ServiceSource International, Inc. operates as a digital customer journey experience company. The company provides digital solutions, including demand qualification, demand conversion, and account management; customer success solutions, such as onboarding, adoption, and renewals management; and channel management services. It also offers sales performance analysis, business case, pricing and contract structuring, data integration, implementation, launch, performance and execution, and client benchmarking and continuous improvement solutions. The company sells its solutions through sales organization worldwide. ServiceSource International, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Denver, Colorado.

Dobson Technologies

Acquisition in 2007
For 80 years, Dobson Technologies has been associated with superb, dependable communication and technology services. We’re a proven company, backed by our highly experienced team and full range of technology solutions. And our IT and communications suites of products and services are scalable and fully customizable—apt to fit the needs and bottom lines of any business.

Plusmo

Acquisition in 2009
Plusmo is a FREE service that lets users run cool mobile widgets on their phones. Mobile widgets are tiny killer apps that offer a much better mobile experience for a specific purpose. There are over 20,000 widgets on Plusmo, most of them created and shared by users. Plusmo's patent-pending Widget Engine has a tiny XHTML based microbrowser with Javascript and a complete framework to install, provision, render and manage mobile widgets. Plusmo is packed with smart mobile features to enable instant access to all your personalized information. Background downloads, smart synchronization and local caching enable widgets to run offline even when there is no data connectivity. Users also save on network bandwidth with built-in compression and incremental updates.

Eureka Broadband Corporation

Venture Round in 2000
Eureka Broadband, a building-centric application service provider and premium high-speed Internet access company.

NextWave Wireless

Acquisition in 2012
NextWave Wireless Inc. develops, produces, and markets mobile multimedia and consumer electronic connectivity product solutions. The company operates in two segments: Multimedia Segment; and Strategic Initiatives Segment. The Multimedia Segment, through PacketVideo Corporation (PacketVideo or PV), develops, produces, and markets mobile multimedia and consumer electronic connectivity product solutions, including embedded software for mobile handsets, client-server platforms for mobile media applications, such as music and video and software for sharing media in the connected home. PV Products and Technologies PacketVideo is a global provider of multimedia software and services. PacketVideo’s software transforms a mobile phone or other mobile device into a multimedia device that allows people to stream, download, and play video and music, receive live TV, or engage in two way video telephony.

Fiveable

Seed Round in 2020
Fiveable, Inc., an educational technology company, provides education services through its platform. It offers Fiveable, an interactive social learning platform for AP students and teachers. The company’s platform provides services in the areas of history and social science, STEM, languages, and others. Fiveable, Inc. was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

OpenPeak

Funding Round in 2014
OpenPeak is a mobility technology provider that designs end-to-end managed systems and solutions that enable enterprises, SMBs, and education, healthcare, and service providers to provision and manage their customer’s mobile devices and applications remotely. Its Advanced Device and Application Management (ADAM™) mobility management suite is comprised of three core components: SANCTION™, SECTOR™, and OPENSHOP™. Each component can be deployed individually to complement pre-existing device and network management configurations, or together as a complete end-to-end Device, Application, and Profile Management solution.

FiberTower

Acquisition in 2017
Created March 2014, FiberTower Corporation is a privately held provider of spectrum and fixed wireless services. FiberTower is the leader in millimeter band fixed wireless technology, also known as “wireless fiber.” The company offers spectrum leases and backhaul/equipment services in its 46 wide-area license areas. The services include Small Cell and Macro cell Backhaul and Transport solutions. The company enjoys longstanding veteran relationships with mobile carriers, government, community and industry customers. Prime wide-area licensed millimeter band spectrum (see map) is available for use in the 24GHz and 39GHz bands. The company engages in industry leading Research & Development (R&D) with Customers, Equipment Providers, and Deployment partners.