Bay Partners

Bay Partners is a venture capital Small Business Investment Company specializing in investments in growth capital, seed and early-stage investments. The firm does not invest in retail and life sciences. It also provides strategy consulting, mentoring, executive recruiting, and financial planning to its portfolio companies. The firm prefers to invest in the financial technology and technology sector, primarily within the broadband realm. It seeks to invest in infrastructure, application, and service technologies in the areas of wire line and wireless communications, enterprise software, components and semiconductors, mobile data services, energy, opensource, software, semiconductors, networking services, energy, systems, and SaaS. The firm prefers to invest in companies based in the Silicon Valley and the West Coast region of United States. It seeks to invest between $0.25 million and $15 million, with an average deal falling between $3 million and $7 million. It can be a lead investor or a co-investor, working in concert with other sources of capital. Bay Partners was founded in 1976 and is based in Menlo Park, California.

Neal Dempsey

Managing General Partner

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Maria Ruiz

CFO

186 past transactions

MuleSoft

Series F in 2014
MuleSoft makes it easy to connect the world’s applications, data, and devices. They provide a software platform that enables organizations to easily build application networks using APIs. APIs are the digital glue that allows applications to talk to each other and exchange data. Their flexible, unified platform connects nearly any application or system by leveraging APIs to quickly and securely share data, regardless of format or source, in application networks. It was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California,.

Jambool

Series B in 2009
Jambool, Inc. operates Social Gold™, an industry-leading virtual monetization platform. Social Gold enables developers to create and manage their own white-labeled virtual currency, to provide a in-app payments experience to their users, and to optimize their virtual economy using analytics. Social Gold powers the virtual currency and payment solutions for thousands of online games and virtual worlds. Jambool is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Seattle and Singapore. Investors include [Hit Forge](/financial-organization/the-hit-forge), [Charles River Ventures](/financial-organization/charles-river-ventures), [Bay Partners](/financial-organization/bay-partners), and [Madrona Venture Group](/financial-organization/madrona-venture-group).

Akros Silicon

Series B in 2007
Akros Silicon is a semiconductor company developing power management ICs that facilitate remote network-based energy management. The company offers intelligent energy management ICs that enable the implementation of global green power management initiatives. Its products include integrated CMOS solutions, electro-magnetic interference (EMI) and electro-static discharge suppressors, and dual-channel active EMI suppressors. The company's products are used in voice over IP phones, wireless LAN access point, analog telephone adapters, RFID and point of sales terminals, IP video security cameras, set-top boxes, networked printers and appliances, desktop and laptop computers, and PoE and non-PoE Ethernet systems applications. The company offers its products through sales representatives in the United States, Canada, the Peoples Republic of China, Taiwan, Korea, Turkey, Austria, Belgium, Germany, the Czech Republic, Italy, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Ireland. It was founded in 2005 and is based in Folsom, California.

Capella

Series D in 2005
Capella is the industry leader of wavelength selective switch (WSS) technology for use in reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexers (ROADM) and optical cross connect (OXC) applications. Capella's intelligent subsystems provide the best performing wavelength management products on the market offering dynamic, remote reconfigurability with fully integrated optical channel monitoring (OCM), essential technology for next-generation ROADMs.

BoardVantage

Venture Round in 2004
BoardVantage, Inc. delivers paperless process for board and leadership communication. The company offers MeetX, a platform that automates the dissemination of sensitive information and captures meeting process online. Its platform simplifies online board book creation and distribution with workflows and one-click support of updates and notifications; and offers purpose-built tools for approving initiatives, e-signing agreements, participating in meetings remotely, and secure messaging and annotation sharing for one-on-one communication. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Menlo Park, California with data centers in California, New Jersey, Amsterdam, and Singapore. BoardVantage, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Nasdaq Corporate Solutions, LLC.

Zenprise

Series A in 2004
Zenprise offers secure mobile device management, protecting all layers of the mobile enterprise to keep organizations secure and compliant.

Envia Systems

Series C in 2011
Envia Systems is a technology leader in high performance, low cost energy storage solutions using lithium ion batteries. Their disruptive products will enable widespread adoption of clean energy applications such as electric vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles, and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.

Daptiv

Series B in 2008
Project Portfolio Management Software

Eventful

Series B in 2006
Eventful, the leading digital media company, powers the online ecosystem of local events and entertainment. Over 20 million people rely on Eventful to find out what's happening and decide what to do. Eventful's unique, social media platform, "Demand it!" empowers fans to influence content and location of entertainment and live events. Music promoters, film studios, ticketing companies and other industry providers use Demand it! to engage with fans and determine their routing schedules or theatrical distribution. National marketers rely on Eventful to drive local awareness, commerce, attendance and tune-in. Thousands of digital publishers also rely on Eventful to power their local events and entertainment content. Eventful's proprietary technologies provide a global platform for local event discovery: the world's largest selection of local event content, content management system, state-of-the-art recommendation engine, email platform delivering personalized, localized content and commercial offers, robust API platform, localization system, Demand it! and a self-service premium listing platform. Eventful competitors include [Upcoming.org](http://www.Upcoming.org) and [Zvents](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/zvents/).

Eventful

Series C in 2008
Eventful, the leading digital media company, powers the online ecosystem of local events and entertainment. Over 20 million people rely on Eventful to find out what's happening and decide what to do. Eventful's unique, social media platform, "Demand it!" empowers fans to influence content and location of entertainment and live events. Music promoters, film studios, ticketing companies and other industry providers use Demand it! to engage with fans and determine their routing schedules or theatrical distribution. National marketers rely on Eventful to drive local awareness, commerce, attendance and tune-in. Thousands of digital publishers also rely on Eventful to power their local events and entertainment content. Eventful's proprietary technologies provide a global platform for local event discovery: the world's largest selection of local event content, content management system, state-of-the-art recommendation engine, email platform delivering personalized, localized content and commercial offers, robust API platform, localization system, Demand it! and a self-service premium listing platform. Eventful competitors include [Upcoming.org](http://www.Upcoming.org) and [Zvents](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/zvents/).

Pulsewave RF

Series B in 2005
PulseWave RF(TM) is a fabless semiconductor company that has developed the industry's first digital high-efficiency RF power amplifier module for wireless infrastructure. The company's proprietary Class M Power technology is a digital MCPA module that simultaneously sets new industry benchmarks for cost, size and efficiency.

Moonlight Systems

Series B in 2001
Moonlight Systems, Inc. based in San Francisco, California, a leading provider of data center automation software delivers efficiency to data center management, by providing comprehensive software that automates manual practices employed in enterprises today.

HipLogic

Series B in 2009
HipLogic has developed a next generation mobile content delivery platform that activates the idle screen. The platform offers device manufacturers and network operators innovative UI design, while providing a zero-click distance to end users for access and promotion of mobile services. HipLogic has strategic partnerships with premium media and content providers, creating a rich turnkey consumer experience. HipLogic is a private company funded by Benchmark Capital, Bay Partners, and Stage 1 Ventures.

Applied Identity

Series B in 2006
Applied Identity, Inc. offers identity aware network security solutions. It offers ID-Audit, which displays real-time and historical user and resource activity; ID-Unify that enables the management of user identities between disparate identity stores; ID-Enforce, an identity aware network enforcement solution; and ID-Mark, which enables collection of audit data. The company also provides audit and compliance, asset protection, network level user and group separation, and identity virtualization solutions. Its clients include financial services, government department and agencies, technology innovators, and educational institutions.

Celequest Corp

Series A in 2002
Celequest Corporation provides operational business intelligence solutions to enterprises. It provides LAVA, a business intelligence solution that enables companies to provide up-to-the-time-minute business information to operational workers and empowers decision makers to spot emerging trends. The company provides solutions in the areas of financial performance management, risk mitigation, manufacturing operations, demand visibility, inventory monitoring, sales analysis, margin optimization, and logistics monitoring. It offers its solution as an appliance and as software-as-a-service. The company was founded in 2002 as Viewceler Corp. and changed its name to Celequest Corporation in June 2003. The company is headquartered in Redwood City, California. Celequest Corporation operates as a subsidiary of International Business Machines Corp.

Peakstone

Series C in 2001
Peakstone eAssurance enables enterprises to precisely quantify, optimally align, and dynamically manage their capacity to meet business objectives of cost-effective system operation, smoother infrastructure growth, and greater operational predictability. Peakstone provides scalability, capacity, and performance management solutions for both the pre-production and production phases of an application life cycle.

MuleSoft

Series C in 2010
MuleSoft makes it easy to connect the world’s applications, data, and devices. They provide a software platform that enables organizations to easily build application networks using APIs. APIs are the digital glue that allows applications to talk to each other and exchange data. Their flexible, unified platform connects nearly any application or system by leveraging APIs to quickly and securely share data, regardless of format or source, in application networks. It was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California,.

Zenprise

Series B in 2005
Zenprise offers secure mobile device management, protecting all layers of the mobile enterprise to keep organizations secure and compliant.

TrueDemand Software

Series B in 2006
TrueDemand Software, Inc. provides supply chain solutions. TrueDemand Software, Inc. was founded in 2004 and is based in Los Gatos, California. As of December 3, 2009, TrueDemand Software, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Acosta, Inc.

Xactly

Series F in 2010
Xactly is a leading global provider of enterprise cloud-based Sales Performance Management solutions for planning and incenting sales organizations, including sales quota and territory planning, incentive compensation management, and predictive analytics. Xactly Incent Suite drives sales behaviors to align with company objectives, increasing employee trust and loyalty with error-free commission payments and on-demand visibility, improving operational efficiencies and productivity.

Like.com

Series C in 2008
Visual search engine that allows users to find similar products on the web and compare their prices

Guidewire Software

Series C in 2007
Guidewire Software, Inc. provides technology solutions to the property, casualty, and workers compensation insurance industry. It offers ClaimCenter, a Web-based claims system that supports various lines of personal, commercial, and workers' compensation insurance; BillingCenter, a Web-based enterprise application for coordinating, executing, and recording receivables transactions; and PolicyCenter, a Web-based underwriting and policy administration system for personal and commercial line carriers. The company also offers implementation services; and assessment services for property and casualty companies in North America. Its solutions are used to perform various insurance operations, including billing, underwriting, policy, and claim management. Guidewire Software, Inc. was founded in 2001 and is based in San Mateo, California with additional offices in London, Munich, Paris, Sydney, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Toronto.

PicksPal

Series B in 2006
PicksPal.com allows its users to compete daily in 'pick em games with points made available to them upon registering. The games vary from whether an NBA team will cover the spread on opening night to who will score first in the college football game of your choice this weekend. While the site is free and ad-supported, users can purchase pick packages from the site's best pickers through the "Genius Picks" service. Other sports sites like [YouBeQB!](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/youbeqb) also provide fans with a new take on the fantasy sports/roto league competition model.

Ten North

Series B in 1999
Ten North is the global leader in multi-channel eBusiness solutions.

Telenisus

Series C in 2001
Telenisus is a technology firm that provides e-commerce internet solutions to its clients. It was founded in 1999 and is based in Illinois.

Eloqua

Series C in 2007
Eloqua helps clients dramatically accelerate revenue growth through marketing automation and Revenue Performance Management. The company provides powerful business insight to inform marketing and sales decisions today that drive revenue growth tomorrow. It offers two platforms, Eloqua 9 and the revolutionary Eloqua 10, which was built on SproutCore. The company's mission is to make its customers the fastest growing companies on earth. Eloqua is used by more than 50,000 marketers -- more than every other marketing automation vendor, combined. Clients include Adobe, AON, Dow Jones, ADP, Fidelity, Polycom, and National Instruments. The company is headquartered in Vienna, Virginia, with offices in Toronto, London, Singapore and throughout North America.

Staccato Communications

Series A in 2003
Staccato Communications, Inc. offers ultra wideband wireless enabled devices for the wireless USB, Bluetooth, and Internet protocol connectivity to the personal computing, consumer electronics, and mobile phone industries. Its products include single-chip integrated circuits, device adapter and device module design kits, reference design kits, wireless USB development kits, and streaming services development kits. The company also provides Ripcord Software, which provides a software stack for variety of ultra wide band applications, as well as includes installers, firmware, middleware, drivers, customization tools, and firmware upgrade tools. Staccato Communications’ products are used in various applications, such as printers, camera, mass storage devices, portable media players, wireless docking, wireless projectors, Web cameras, wireless HDTV, wireless speakers, set top boxes, wireless displays, purchasing content, sharing content, and personal servers. Staccato Communications, Inc. was formerly known as Discrete Time Communications, Inc. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in San Diego, California.

Vaxart

Series A in 2007
Vaxart is a privately held biotechnology company near UCSF Mission Bay in San Francisco. Their mission is to develop rapid and efficient vaccine technology to fight infectious diseases. Vaxart was founded in 2004 and has filed patents covering its novel platform technology for vaccination using vectors together with TLR ligands.

Lumbrera

Series B in 2011
MiMoni is an online platform that provides its users with personal loans. It allows its users to apply for loans by filling and submitting an online application, and uploading the required documents. MiMoni analyzes submitted loan requests and approves them, enabling its users to get access to benefits provided by the platform. Users who get memberships are able to ask for loans whenever they need and when they have settled their previous loans. It allows its users to make biweekly payments based on the amounts they have received as loans at authorized places such as Oxxo, Bancomer, Banamex, and Banorte.

PicksPal

Series C in 2007
PicksPal.com allows its users to compete daily in 'pick em games with points made available to them upon registering. The games vary from whether an NBA team will cover the spread on opening night to who will score first in the college football game of your choice this weekend. While the site is free and ad-supported, users can purchase pick packages from the site's best pickers through the "Genius Picks" service. Other sports sites like [YouBeQB!](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/youbeqb) also provide fans with a new take on the fantasy sports/roto league competition model.

Pulsewave RF

Series A in 2003
PulseWave RF(TM) is a fabless semiconductor company that has developed the industry's first digital high-efficiency RF power amplifier module for wireless infrastructure. The company's proprietary Class M Power technology is a digital MCPA module that simultaneously sets new industry benchmarks for cost, size and efficiency.

M-Factor

Series D in 2009
M-Factor, Inc. develops and delivers Web-based profit and revenue optimization software for consumer goods, retail, and quick serve restaurant sectors in the United States and internationally. It develops a software-as-a-service suite that analyzes, forecasts, and optimizes marketing investments and trade spend. The company’s solutions include M4 Marketing Investment Management, which tracks and optimizes marketing and in-store promotional investments; T4 Trade Spending Effectiveness that reallocates trade spend; and P4 Portfolio Pricing Optimization, which allows users to price regions, channels, and products. M-Factor, Inc. was founded in 2003 and is based in San Mateo, California.

NeoScale Systems

Series F in 2007
As of December 11, 2007, NeoScale Systems, Inc. was acquired by Ncipher plc. NeoScale Systems, Inc. provides enterprise storage security solutions. Its solutions enable organizations to address security risks associated with offsite storage, tape media access, business continuity, consolidation, and privacy compliance. The company's products include CryptoStor Tape, a tape security appliance that compresses, encrypts, and digitally signs data; CryptoStor FC Disk, an enterprise-class storage security appliance, which provides wire-speed encryption, centralized policy management, storage firewall access control, and fabric transparent operation for storage transport and media privacy; and CryptoStor KeyVault, an automated and open enterprise-class appliance for data-at-rest encryption key management. NeoScale Systems serves companies in various sectors, including financial services, healthcare / health services, manufacturing, retail / wholesale, entertainment, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, domestic and foreign government, and small-medium enterprises. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Milpitas, California.

Montalvo Systems

Series B in 2006
Montalvo Systems a fabless semiconductor company, develops low-power system-on-a-chips for mobile devices. Its products include low-power media processors for portable applications. The company is based in Santa Clara, California. It has operations in India and the United States.

Applied Identity

Series A in 2005
Applied Identity, Inc. offers identity aware network security solutions. It offers ID-Audit, which displays real-time and historical user and resource activity; ID-Unify that enables the management of user identities between disparate identity stores; ID-Enforce, an identity aware network enforcement solution; and ID-Mark, which enables collection of audit data. The company also provides audit and compliance, asset protection, network level user and group separation, and identity virtualization solutions. Its clients include financial services, government department and agencies, technology innovators, and educational institutions.

Apigee

Series C in 2008
Apigee is a provider of API technology and services for enterprises and developers. The platform gives enterprises control over and visibility into the APIs that connect applications and data, across the enterprise and across clouds. Hundreds of companies including Walgreens, Bechtel, eBay, Pearson, and Gilt Groupe as well as tens of thousands of developers use Apigee to simplify the delivery, management and analysis of APIs and apps. Apigee's global headquarters are in Palo Alto, California, and it also has offices in Bangalore, India; London; and Austin, Texas.

OncoMed Pharmaceuticals

Series B in 2008
OncoMed Pharmaceuticals is a biotechnology company dedicated to improving cancer treatment, by developing monoclonal antibodies that target the biologic pathways critical to tumor initiating cells, also known as “cancer stem cells”. They are leveraging their understanding of these tumor initiating cells to discover and develop novel therapeutics that could provide important alternatives for the treatment of cancer.
Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment Inc. (中微半导体设备(上海)有限公司) is a Chinese global microfabrication equipment company serving customers in the semiconductor industry and relevant high-tech sectors. The company is a specialized supplier of key equipment for the production and development of micron-sized and nanoscale VLSI for the semiconductor industry in China and Asia. The company is focused on chemical vapor deposition and plasma etching products.

Staccato Communications

Venture Round in 2008
Staccato Communications, Inc. offers ultra wideband wireless enabled devices for the wireless USB, Bluetooth, and Internet protocol connectivity to the personal computing, consumer electronics, and mobile phone industries. Its products include single-chip integrated circuits, device adapter and device module design kits, reference design kits, wireless USB development kits, and streaming services development kits. The company also provides Ripcord Software, which provides a software stack for variety of ultra wide band applications, as well as includes installers, firmware, middleware, drivers, customization tools, and firmware upgrade tools. Staccato Communications’ products are used in various applications, such as printers, camera, mass storage devices, portable media players, wireless docking, wireless projectors, Web cameras, wireless HDTV, wireless speakers, set top boxes, wireless displays, purchasing content, sharing content, and personal servers. Staccato Communications, Inc. was formerly known as Discrete Time Communications, Inc. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in San Diego, California.

E-mu Systems

Venture Round in 1990
E-mu Systems - E-MU Systems is a company that developer of digital audio products to serve musicians and audio professionals.

Sana Security

Series E in 2007
Sana Security is a behavioral security software company that provides enterprise security software. It offers Primary Response SafeConnect, a security software that provides protection against known and unknown threats, including spyware, adware, and rootkits; and Primary Response Memory Shield Server, which provides buffer overflow protection for various servers. The company was founded in 2000 as Company 51 and changed its name to Sana Security in December 2002. Sana Security is headquartered in San Mateo, California. As of January 13, 2009, Sana Security operates as a subsidiary of AVG Technologies.

Sana Security

Series D in 2004
Sana Security is a behavioral security software company that provides enterprise security software. It offers Primary Response SafeConnect, a security software that provides protection against known and unknown threats, including spyware, adware, and rootkits; and Primary Response Memory Shield Server, which provides buffer overflow protection for various servers. The company was founded in 2000 as Company 51 and changed its name to Sana Security in December 2002. Sana Security is headquartered in San Mateo, California. As of January 13, 2009, Sana Security operates as a subsidiary of AVG Technologies.

Magis Networks

Series B in 2002
Magis Networks was a provider of wireless home networking chipsets.

Dynatrace LLC

Series B in 2008
Dynatrace is an American technology company that produces a software intelligence platform based on artificial intelligence to monitor and optimize application performance, development and security, IT infrastructure, and user experience for businesses and government agencies throughout the world.

Jambool

Series A in 2008
Jambool, Inc. operates Social Gold™, an industry-leading virtual monetization platform. Social Gold enables developers to create and manage their own white-labeled virtual currency, to provide a in-app payments experience to their users, and to optimize their virtual economy using analytics. Social Gold powers the virtual currency and payment solutions for thousands of online games and virtual worlds. Jambool is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in Seattle and Singapore. Investors include [Hit Forge](/financial-organization/the-hit-forge), [Charles River Ventures](/financial-organization/charles-river-ventures), [Bay Partners](/financial-organization/bay-partners), and [Madrona Venture Group](/financial-organization/madrona-venture-group).

Telenisus

Series B in 2000
Telenisus is a technology firm that provides e-commerce internet solutions to its clients. It was founded in 1999 and is based in Illinois.

Maxtor

Seed Round in 1982
Maxtor Corporation was an American manufacturer of computer hard disk drives that was later acquired by Seagate Technology in 2006. The company was founded by James McCoy, Jack Swartz, and Raymond Niedzwiecki in 1982. Maxtor targeted both the server and desktop market, concentrating on disk capacity more than disk speed for desktops. The company now operates as a subsidiary of Seagate, a leading provider of hard drives and storage solutions.

TeraBlaze

Series A in 2001
TeraBalze Inc. develops switch fabric subsystems and support components for the Internet and enterprise infrastructure.
Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment Inc. (中微半导体设备(上海)有限公司) is a Chinese global microfabrication equipment company serving customers in the semiconductor industry and relevant high-tech sectors. The company is a specialized supplier of key equipment for the production and development of micron-sized and nanoscale VLSI for the semiconductor industry in China and Asia. The company is focused on chemical vapor deposition and plasma etching products.

Apigee

Series A in 2005
Apigee is a provider of API technology and services for enterprises and developers. The platform gives enterprises control over and visibility into the APIs that connect applications and data, across the enterprise and across clouds. Hundreds of companies including Walgreens, Bechtel, eBay, Pearson, and Gilt Groupe as well as tens of thousands of developers use Apigee to simplify the delivery, management and analysis of APIs and apps. Apigee's global headquarters are in Palo Alto, California, and it also has offices in Bangalore, India; London; and Austin, Texas.

Convoq

Series C in 2006
Convoq was founded to develop a more effective solution for collaborating in real time. The company's founder and management team are experienced software entrepreneurs and technologists with proven records for delivering innovative, secure, and scalable products. They have built companies and commercial products and have been successful in deploying applications and infrastructure to some of the world's leading institutions.

Celox Networks

Series A in 1999
Celox Networks, Inc. manufactures Internet protocol switches. The company’s SCx 192 is an Internet protocol service creation switch, which provides tools to create new revenue-generating services over existing access connections, such as traffic prioritization, traffic shaping and bandwidth management, and security across a shared Internet protocol infrastructure, as well as service level agreement performance verifications.
Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment Inc. (中微半导体设备(上海)有限公司) is a Chinese global microfabrication equipment company serving customers in the semiconductor industry and relevant high-tech sectors. The company is a specialized supplier of key equipment for the production and development of micron-sized and nanoscale VLSI for the semiconductor industry in China and Asia. The company is focused on chemical vapor deposition and plasma etching products.

OjOs.com

Venture Round in 2007
Search and vision engine in pre-stealth

SilverStorm Technologies

Venture Round in 2002
SilverStorm Technologies provides networking and clustered interconnect solutions for high performance business computing markets. It designs and manufactures an InfiniBand based set of solutions for the performance and I/O requirements of data center environments that utilize clustered topologies. The company markets its products through direct sales, and channel and technology partners globally. SilverStorm Technologies, Inc. was founded as InfiniCon Systems, Inc. in 2000 and changed its name to SilverStorm Technologies, Inc. in 2005. The company is headquartered in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. As of November 01, 2006, SilverStorm Technologies, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of QLogic Corp.

SpringSource

Series B in 2008
SpringSource provides an application framework in the Java space called Spring. It offers commercial support subscriptions and added value software for the Spring Framework and many other products in the Spring Portfolio. The Spring Framework and related products are used by a majority of all enterprise Java developers. Companies like JP Morgan, HSBC, [Orbitz](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/orbitz), Accenture, and [Cap Gemini](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/cap-gemini) all use Spring to build highly scalable and mission-critical systems.

Pulsewave RF

Series C in 2006
PulseWave RF(TM) is a fabless semiconductor company that has developed the industry's first digital high-efficiency RF power amplifier module for wireless infrastructure. The company's proprietary Class M Power technology is a digital MCPA module that simultaneously sets new industry benchmarks for cost, size and efficiency.

Staccato Communications

Series C in 2006
Staccato Communications, Inc. offers ultra wideband wireless enabled devices for the wireless USB, Bluetooth, and Internet protocol connectivity to the personal computing, consumer electronics, and mobile phone industries. Its products include single-chip integrated circuits, device adapter and device module design kits, reference design kits, wireless USB development kits, and streaming services development kits. The company also provides Ripcord Software, which provides a software stack for variety of ultra wide band applications, as well as includes installers, firmware, middleware, drivers, customization tools, and firmware upgrade tools. Staccato Communications’ products are used in various applications, such as printers, camera, mass storage devices, portable media players, wireless docking, wireless projectors, Web cameras, wireless HDTV, wireless speakers, set top boxes, wireless displays, purchasing content, sharing content, and personal servers. Staccato Communications, Inc. was formerly known as Discrete Time Communications, Inc. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in San Diego, California.

Eloqua

Series B in 2006
Eloqua helps clients dramatically accelerate revenue growth through marketing automation and Revenue Performance Management. The company provides powerful business insight to inform marketing and sales decisions today that drive revenue growth tomorrow. It offers two platforms, Eloqua 9 and the revolutionary Eloqua 10, which was built on SproutCore. The company's mission is to make its customers the fastest growing companies on earth. Eloqua is used by more than 50,000 marketers -- more than every other marketing automation vendor, combined. Clients include Adobe, AON, Dow Jones, ADP, Fidelity, Polycom, and National Instruments. The company is headquartered in Vienna, Virginia, with offices in Toronto, London, Singapore and throughout North America.

CenterBoard

Series A in 2003
CenterBoard is a privately held company that is breaking new ground in combining network and database technologies to lead the emerging market for Enterprise Information Integration. CenterBoard's technology enables right-time access to distributed information regardless of how and where the data is stored. The company has built a strong management team with expertise across both the database and networking fields. As early employees of other successful start-ups, including Red Brick Systems, Cloudscape, CopperCom, Auspex and Portal, the management team has a depth of experience in growing early-stage companies to become market leaders.

Peakstone

Series A in 2000
Peakstone eAssurance enables enterprises to precisely quantify, optimally align, and dynamically manage their capacity to meet business objectives of cost-effective system operation, smoother infrastructure growth, and greater operational predictability. Peakstone provides scalability, capacity, and performance management solutions for both the pre-production and production phases of an application life cycle.

Veebeam Ltd.

Series B in 2010
Veebeam Limited is dedicated to bringing Internet video content to every TV. The company was created by the 2008 merger of Staccato Communications (San Diego, CA) and Artimi (Cambridge, UK), and has an office in Cambridge (UK). Veebeam Ltd. is privately held and venture backed by leading technology investors. The Veebeam team includes industry veterans with vast experience in bringing to market a wide array of consumer hardware - including wired and wireless Internet connectivity products. CEO Jerry Loraine has more than 20 years experience in the semiconductor and wireless communications industries in executive and senior management roles.

Ten Square

Venture Round in 2000
Every day, millions of transactions occur on point-of-service devices worldwide. Ten Square makes these transactions work harder -- for retailers, advertisers and consumers -- by delivering valuable, relevant information to customers through the ATMs, gas pump displays and credit-card readers retailers already have in their locations. In the process, it gives people something to do while they wait for their transactions. Ten Square is the only broadbase marketing strategy that gives consumers something they want, right when they want it -- without taking any of their time, money or effort. Information and promotions go from advertisers to retailers and directly to consumers through existing point-of-service devices connected to the Internet. By eliminating the conventional delivery methods, costs or media, Ten Square offers merchants the ability to provide their customers with a virtually limitless variety of useful services through the Ten Square digital network.

TeleSym

Series B in 2003
TeleSym has developed a new generation of technology for wireless IP telephony.

Tag Networks

Series B in 2006
TAG Networks, Inc. operates TAG TV, a games-on-demand television network that provides casual games to broad television audiences. TAG Networks has filed eight patents on its core technology which seamlessly integrates into existingVOD infrastructures, allowing the Company to provide the nation's first massively deployable games channel for cable, IPTV, and satellite television. With video game revenues far exceeding Hollywood's box office and 58 million Americans playing games each week, TAG enables digital TV operators to capitalize on revenue from America's 60 million gaming households.

Dynatrace LLC

Venture Round in 2011
Dynatrace is an American technology company that produces a software intelligence platform based on artificial intelligence to monitor and optimize application performance, development and security, IT infrastructure, and user experience for businesses and government agencies throughout the world.

OjOs.com

Series B in 2006
Search and vision engine in pre-stealth

Apigee

Venture Round in 2014
Apigee is a provider of API technology and services for enterprises and developers. The platform gives enterprises control over and visibility into the APIs that connect applications and data, across the enterprise and across clouds. Hundreds of companies including Walgreens, Bechtel, eBay, Pearson, and Gilt Groupe as well as tens of thousands of developers use Apigee to simplify the delivery, management and analysis of APIs and apps. Apigee's global headquarters are in Palo Alto, California, and it also has offices in Bangalore, India; London; and Austin, Texas.

Zenprise

Series D in 2010
Zenprise offers secure mobile device management, protecting all layers of the mobile enterprise to keep organizations secure and compliant.

Xactly

Series C in 2007
Xactly is a leading global provider of enterprise cloud-based Sales Performance Management solutions for planning and incenting sales organizations, including sales quota and territory planning, incentive compensation management, and predictive analytics. Xactly Incent Suite drives sales behaviors to align with company objectives, increasing employee trust and loyalty with error-free commission payments and on-demand visibility, improving operational efficiencies and productivity.

Exeros

Series A in 2004
Exeros, Inc. operates as a data relationship discovery and management company. It offers solutions for data integration projects, including data migration, sensitive data governance, master data management, and ETL migration. The company also offers Exeros DataMapper, a data relationship discovery engine and analyst work bench solution for discovering business rules, data lineage, hidden sensitive data, and unknown data inconsistencies buried in corporate data sources. It serves financial institutions, including investment banks, credit card issuers, insurance companies, and financial management firms. Exeros, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Santa Clara, California. As of May 5, 2009, Exeros, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of International Business Machines Corp.

NeoScale Systems

Series D in 2005
As of December 11, 2007, NeoScale Systems, Inc. was acquired by Ncipher plc. NeoScale Systems, Inc. provides enterprise storage security solutions. Its solutions enable organizations to address security risks associated with offsite storage, tape media access, business continuity, consolidation, and privacy compliance. The company's products include CryptoStor Tape, a tape security appliance that compresses, encrypts, and digitally signs data; CryptoStor FC Disk, an enterprise-class storage security appliance, which provides wire-speed encryption, centralized policy management, storage firewall access control, and fabric transparent operation for storage transport and media privacy; and CryptoStor KeyVault, an automated and open enterprise-class appliance for data-at-rest encryption key management. NeoScale Systems serves companies in various sectors, including financial services, healthcare / health services, manufacturing, retail / wholesale, entertainment, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, domestic and foreign government, and small-medium enterprises. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Milpitas, California.

Tealeaf

Series D in 2004
Provides digital customer experience management and behavior analysis solutions that enable businesses to optimize their activities

Zenprise

Series E in 2011
Zenprise offers secure mobile device management, protecting all layers of the mobile enterprise to keep organizations secure and compliant.

SilverStorm Technologies

Series A in 2005
SilverStorm Technologies provides networking and clustered interconnect solutions for high performance business computing markets. It designs and manufactures an InfiniBand based set of solutions for the performance and I/O requirements of data center environments that utilize clustered topologies. The company markets its products through direct sales, and channel and technology partners globally. SilverStorm Technologies, Inc. was founded as InfiniCon Systems, Inc. in 2000 and changed its name to SilverStorm Technologies, Inc. in 2005. The company is headquartered in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. As of November 01, 2006, SilverStorm Technologies, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of QLogic Corp.

PWRF

Series C in 2006
PWRF is a fabless semiconductor company that continues to commercialize the industry's first digital RF power amplifier module for wireless infrastructure. The company's proprietary Class M technology is a digital MCPA module that simultaneously sets new industry benchmarks for cost, size and efficiency. Based in Austin, Texas, PWRF is a privately held company.

Coconut Software

Series A in 2017
Our cloud based, enterprise level appointment scheduling and visitor management platform combines your on-location and digital channels, providing self-service booking and curbside pickup, online and physical queuing, wait time tracking, callback requests and virtual meeting support as well as contact center integration.

Wallop

Series B in 2006
Wallop is a social networking site that was spun out of a [Microsoft](/organization/microsoft) research on the social networking space. It was founded by Sean Uberoi Kelly. Wallop is now [Coveroo](/organization/coveroo).

Plastic Jungle

Series C in 2010
Plastic Jungle (www.plasticjungle.com) is the web's largest secured gift card exchange, giving consumers the choice and flexibility to convert their gift cards into other forms of spending power including cash, online balances to use for purchases at the millions of merchants that accept PayPal, Facebook Credits, and more and to stretch their shopping dollars at their favorite merchants. Plastic Jungle's patent-pending marketplace and payment applications aim to safely unlock the estimated $30 billion in unredeemed gift cards trapped in the economy for the benefit of consumers and merchants alike. Based in San Jose, California, the company is privately held, with venture backing from Shasta Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, Jafco Ventures, First Round Capital, Bay Partners, Harrison Metal and Western Technology Investment.

Mmjk, Inc.

Series C in 2008
Mmjk, Inc. operates an online play-for-cash poker site in the United States. It allows players to play poker games to win prizes, as well as play games for entertainment purposes. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Buddy Media

Series D in 2011
Buddy Media is the social enterprise software of choice for eight of the world's top ten global advertisers, empowering them to build and maintain relationships with their consumers in a connections-based world. The Buddy Media social marketing suite helps brands build powerful connections globally with its scalable, secure architecture and data-driven customer insights from initial point of contact through point of purchase. Buddy Media is headquartered in New York City, with additional offices located in Asia, London, and San Francisco.

G4Native

Seed Round in 2007
The Most Effective Retargeting Platform Connect with customers on global native advertising inventory at their moment of purchase intent. G4 Native offers you a free assessment and analysis of your retargeting needs. They’ll give you a honest perspective on what’s working, what can be improved and how you can maximize the return on every dollar you spend.

Exeros

Series B in 2006
Exeros, Inc. operates as a data relationship discovery and management company. It offers solutions for data integration projects, including data migration, sensitive data governance, master data management, and ETL migration. The company also offers Exeros DataMapper, a data relationship discovery engine and analyst work bench solution for discovering business rules, data lineage, hidden sensitive data, and unknown data inconsistencies buried in corporate data sources. It serves financial institutions, including investment banks, credit card issuers, insurance companies, and financial management firms. Exeros, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Santa Clara, California. As of May 5, 2009, Exeros, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of International Business Machines Corp.

Cornerstone OnDemand

Series D in 2007
Cornerstone OnDemand is a leading global provider of a comprehensive learning and talent management solution delivered as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). The company enables organizations to meet the challenges they face in empowering their people and maximizing the productivity of their human capital. Cornerstone currently empowers over 19.1 million users across 191 countries and in 42 languages. Their integrated cloud-based software offering consists of Cornerstone Onboarding, Cornerstone Recruiting, Cornerstone Performance, Cornerstone Learning, Cornerstone Connect, Cornerstone Succession, Cornerstone Compensation and Cornerstone Extended Enterprise. Their clients use their solution to develop employees throughout their careers, engage all employees effectively, improve business execution, cultivate future leaders, and integrate with their external networks of customers, vendors and distributors. The company has more than 2,100 clients, including multi-national corporations, large domestic enterprises, mid-market companies, state and local public sector organizations, higher education institutions and non-profit entities. Clients include BJC HealthCare, Flextronics, Kelly Services, Pearson, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Teach for America and Virgin Media Limited, among many others. Cornerstone supports multiple client deployments of more than 150,000 users, including one client with more than 700,000 users. Cornerstone is headquartered in Santa Monica, California, with offices in Auckland, Hong Kong, London, Mumbai, Munich, Madrid, Paris, Rome, Sydney and Tel Aviv.

Littlefeet Inc.

Series B in 2000
Littlefeet is a developer of next generation cell-site repeater technology to enhance the coverage and capacity needs of mobile telecommunications networks.

g2One

Venture Round in 2007
G2One Inc., founded by the Groovy and Grails project leads, Guillaume Laforge and Graeme Rocher, and by Alex Tkachman in 2007, actively develops and improves both Groovy and Grails, and offers its customers its expertise on those technologies through consulting, training, and support services.

Staccato Communications

Venture Round in 2007
Staccato Communications, Inc. offers ultra wideband wireless enabled devices for the wireless USB, Bluetooth, and Internet protocol connectivity to the personal computing, consumer electronics, and mobile phone industries. Its products include single-chip integrated circuits, device adapter and device module design kits, reference design kits, wireless USB development kits, and streaming services development kits. The company also provides Ripcord Software, which provides a software stack for variety of ultra wide band applications, as well as includes installers, firmware, middleware, drivers, customization tools, and firmware upgrade tools. Staccato Communications’ products are used in various applications, such as printers, camera, mass storage devices, portable media players, wireless docking, wireless projectors, Web cameras, wireless HDTV, wireless speakers, set top boxes, wireless displays, purchasing content, sharing content, and personal servers. Staccato Communications, Inc. was formerly known as Discrete Time Communications, Inc. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in San Diego, California.

Sonatype, Inc.

Series B in 2010
Sonatype helps enterprises get precise intelligence about open source components and accelerate software innovation, quality, and security. It has a long history of partnership with the world of open source software development. From being a core contributor to Apache Maven, to supporting the world’s largest repository of open source components (Central), to distributing the world's most popular repository manager (Nexus), Sonatype exists for one simple reason; to help accelerate software innovation. Sonatype was established in 2008 and is based in Fulton, Maryland with offices in McLean, London, and Sydney.

Cephren

Venture Round in 2000
Cephren – the master builder of the great pyramids. He changed the way the world was built. With the help of their customers, they will too! Welcome to Cephren, the premier business-to-business online workplace for the global construction industry. Cephren unites all participants in the industry with the first end-to-end, Web-based framework of e-commerce and collaboration services. Whether you're an owner or developer, architect or engineer, general contractor or subcontractor, distributor or manufacturer, Cephren's online workplace addresses your needs throughout the design-to-build process, enabling you to do business smarter, faster and more cost effectively.

Envia Systems

Series A in 2008
Envia Systems is a technology leader in high performance, low cost energy storage solutions using lithium ion batteries. Their disruptive products will enable widespread adoption of clean energy applications such as electric vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles, and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles.

WhereNet

Venture Round in 2005
WhereNet Corporation offers wireless solutions for tracking and managing enterprise assets. I WhereNet provides an integrated wireless infrastructure for real-time location, messaging, and telemetry applications, including WhereLAN, a cellular network of locating access points, transmit devices; WhereLAN LOS, a network of tag transmission receivers which perform locations calculations, database functions, and systems management; WhereTag III, a low-powered active radio frequency transmitters associated with an asset; WhereTag IV, an asset tag, which can be configured to match specific location application requirements; WhereCall, a wireless messaging system used for parts replenishment in industrial manufacturing; and WherePort, a magnetic exciter that extends the functionality of WhereTags. The company also offers Visibility Software Server, a set of software development tools for integrating WhereNet, customer, and third-party applications. The company was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California. As of January 25, 2007, WhereNet Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Zebra Technologies Corp.

Zingdom Communications

Series C in 2006
Zingdom Communications went out of business. Zingdom Communications, Inc. provides SaaS integrated online meeting and live chat systems for sales, marketing, training, service, and support departments. It offers ASAP family, a flash-based suite with live chat and Web conferencing, including desktop sharing, powerpoint presentations, desktop control, VoIP audio, video, and record and playback.

Plastic Jungle

Series B in 2010
Plastic Jungle (www.plasticjungle.com) is the web's largest secured gift card exchange, giving consumers the choice and flexibility to convert their gift cards into other forms of spending power including cash, online balances to use for purchases at the millions of merchants that accept PayPal, Facebook Credits, and more and to stretch their shopping dollars at their favorite merchants. Plastic Jungle's patent-pending marketplace and payment applications aim to safely unlock the estimated $30 billion in unredeemed gift cards trapped in the economy for the benefit of consumers and merchants alike. Based in San Jose, California, the company is privately held, with venture backing from Shasta Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, Jafco Ventures, First Round Capital, Bay Partners, Harrison Metal and Western Technology Investment.

Corefino

Series A in 2008
Corefino was founded in 2004 to deliver comprehensive outsourced accounting and finance solutions. Chief executive officer Karen Northup is a veteran finance executive who served in permanent and interim CFO positions for a wide range of organizations. The company is the first to combine financial expertise, best practices-based workflow and processes, and a powerful, best-of-breed technology platform into a family of outsourced accounting and finance products that are affordable for growing companies.

Plastic Jungle

Series A in 2009
Plastic Jungle (www.plasticjungle.com) is the web's largest secured gift card exchange, giving consumers the choice and flexibility to convert their gift cards into other forms of spending power including cash, online balances to use for purchases at the millions of merchants that accept PayPal, Facebook Credits, and more and to stretch their shopping dollars at their favorite merchants. Plastic Jungle's patent-pending marketplace and payment applications aim to safely unlock the estimated $30 billion in unredeemed gift cards trapped in the economy for the benefit of consumers and merchants alike. Based in San Jose, California, the company is privately held, with venture backing from Shasta Ventures, Redpoint Ventures, Jafco Ventures, First Round Capital, Bay Partners, Harrison Metal and Western Technology Investment.

Ensenda

Venture Round in 2012
Local delivery companies do everything in a supply chain’s “last mile,” from installing appliances to delivering critical parts within an hour of ordering. Local delivery is a $46 billion industry and typically accounts for 28% of a company's transportation spend, yet most companies overlook this critical step in the supply chain despite the fact that customer loyalty and sales are closely tied to the delivery experience. Ensenda is the leading third party logistics provider (3PL) for the local delivery industry. Ensenda’ network of local carriers provides a wide range of local delivery programs in every market in the US and Canada

ParAccel

Series B in 2007
ParAccel accelerates analytics and helps companies accelerate, innovate, and compete. The ParAccel Analytic Platform combines an analytic database with advanced extensibility and integration technology to deliver big analytics anytime, anywhere. Fortune 1000 customers are testing the bounds of unconstrained analytics with the most prolific, most powerful, most expansive analytic platform. ParAccel, Inc. was originally founded in mid-2005 by Barry Zane, part of the founding team at Netezza. It maintains offices in Campbell, California (HQ) as well in San Diego, and London.

Intraspect Software

Venture Round in 2000
Intraspect Software provides inter-enterprise solutions for collaborative business processes. The company offers solutions for portal collaboration that enables its portal users to create shared communities and collaborate on areas relevant to the organization which includes strategic accounts, products, and business processes. It offers Intraspect 5.5 which provides architectural enhancements for inter-enterprise deployments and C-mail Services that allows its users to interact with Intraspect solutions using a communication method in business. Intraspect Software is a U.S.-based company that was founded in 1995 and it was acquired in 2003 by Vignette.

Zenprise

Series C in 2007
Zenprise offers secure mobile device management, protecting all layers of the mobile enterprise to keep organizations secure and compliant.

Xactly

Series E in 2010
Xactly is a leading global provider of enterprise cloud-based Sales Performance Management solutions for planning and incenting sales organizations, including sales quota and territory planning, incentive compensation management, and predictive analytics. Xactly Incent Suite drives sales behaviors to align with company objectives, increasing employee trust and loyalty with error-free commission payments and on-demand visibility, improving operational efficiencies and productivity.

Xactly

Series A in 2005
Xactly is a leading global provider of enterprise cloud-based Sales Performance Management solutions for planning and incenting sales organizations, including sales quota and territory planning, incentive compensation management, and predictive analytics. Xactly Incent Suite drives sales behaviors to align with company objectives, increasing employee trust and loyalty with error-free commission payments and on-demand visibility, improving operational efficiencies and productivity.
Advanced Power Projects, Inc. operates as a power company focusing on natural gas power generation. The company develops new power plants to reduce power costs for industrial customers, as well as provides technologies to facilitate the economic deployment of wind, solar, and biomass plants. Advanced Power Projects, Inc. was founded in 2006 and is based in Fremont, California.

Coconut Software

Series B in 2021
Our cloud based, enterprise level appointment scheduling and visitor management platform combines your on-location and digital channels, providing self-service booking and curbside pickup, online and physical queuing, wait time tracking, callback requests and virtual meeting support as well as contact center integration.

TrueDemand Software

Series C in 2008
TrueDemand Software, Inc. provides supply chain solutions. TrueDemand Software, Inc. was founded in 2004 and is based in Los Gatos, California. As of December 3, 2009, TrueDemand Software, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Acosta, Inc.

GridGain

Series A in 2011
GridGain Systems, Inc. offers multiple GridGain in-memory computing platform editions, support services, consulting services, and management tools for financial services, fintech, software, online business services, telecommunications, logistics and transportation, healthcare, and the Internet of Things industries in the United States and internationally. It offers GridGain Enterprise Edition, a data center replication, enterprise-grade security, and rolling upgrade solution; GridGain Community Edition, an open source in-memory computing platform; and GridGain Ultimate Edition, a solution for users that plan to use GridGain as an in-memory database. GridGain Systems, Inc. has a strategic partnership with Tech Mahindra. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Foster City, California.

Concord Music Group

Series A in 1995
Concord Music Group is a music label company that manages recorded music activities and publishes music. The company offers a wide range of music labels, including Concord Records, Concord Jazz, Fantasy, Rounder, and Stax. It also organizes music tours for artists and bands, and licenses music for use in a variety of media outlets such as feature films, TV shows, video games, movie trailers, and ringtones. Concord Music Group was founded in 1969 and is headquartered in Beverly Hills, California. It was acquired by Concord Bicycle Music in 2015.

SilverStorm Technologies

Series B in 2006
SilverStorm Technologies provides networking and clustered interconnect solutions for high performance business computing markets. It designs and manufactures an InfiniBand based set of solutions for the performance and I/O requirements of data center environments that utilize clustered topologies. The company markets its products through direct sales, and channel and technology partners globally. SilverStorm Technologies, Inc. was founded as InfiniCon Systems, Inc. in 2000 and changed its name to SilverStorm Technologies, Inc. in 2005. The company is headquartered in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. As of November 01, 2006, SilverStorm Technologies, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of QLogic Corp.

NetScaler

Series E in 2003
NetScaler is a software-defined application delivery controller that focuses on increasing the performance of business applications and networks. NetScaler is offered by Citrix Systems. NetScaler is based in San Jose, California and was founded in December 1997.

Lending Club

Series A in 2008
Lending Club is an online financial community that brings together creditworthy borrowers and savvy investors so that both can benefit financially. They replace the high cost and complexity of bank lending with a faster, smarter way to borrow and invest. Founded in 2007, the company is headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States.

NetScaler

Series F in 2004
NetScaler is a software-defined application delivery controller that focuses on increasing the performance of business applications and networks. NetScaler is offered by Citrix Systems. NetScaler is based in San Jose, California and was founded in December 1997.

Applied Identity

Series C in 2008
Applied Identity, Inc. offers identity aware network security solutions. It offers ID-Audit, which displays real-time and historical user and resource activity; ID-Unify that enables the management of user identities between disparate identity stores; ID-Enforce, an identity aware network enforcement solution; and ID-Mark, which enables collection of audit data. The company also provides audit and compliance, asset protection, network level user and group separation, and identity virtualization solutions. Its clients include financial services, government department and agencies, technology innovators, and educational institutions.

Celox Networks

Series B in 2000
Celox Networks, Inc. manufactures Internet protocol switches. The company’s SCx 192 is an Internet protocol service creation switch, which provides tools to create new revenue-generating services over existing access connections, such as traffic prioritization, traffic shaping and bandwidth management, and security across a shared Internet protocol infrastructure, as well as service level agreement performance verifications.

Cswitch

Series B in 2006
Cswitch was founded by a team of highly experienced semiconductor executives to develop the next generation of configurable solutions for a wide range of networking-based platforms. Their ground-breaking work building advanced processors and ASICs at companies such as LSI Logic, Sun Microsystems, SGI and most recently Transmeta, has allowed them to develop the insight to chart a new course for the networking, telecom, storage and wireless base station markets.

iCat

Venture Round in 1997
iCat delivers a complete and powerful electronic commerce solution for creating the best catalogs on the web. The company was founded in 1993 in Seattle and is acquired by Intel Corp. in 1998.

NanoGram Devices Corporation

Venture Round in 2003
NanoGram Devices Corporation is a nanotechnology company based in Milpitas, California. The company was founded by Jason Lemkin in 2002.

WebLogic

Venture Round in 1998
Provider of enterprise Java applications servers. The company provides application servers & transaction systems. It supplies Java application servers and Java-to-database integration services.

Wavtrace

Venture Round in 1999
Wavtrace is focused on the development of broadband wireless access systems that focus on the transmission of voice and video data. Wavtrace was founded by Robert Lundy and Vern Fotheringham in 1996. It is based in Bellevue, Washington.

Enphase Energy

Venture Round in 2010
A micro-inverter system that delivers solar energy to homes and businesses

ParAccel

Series E in 2011
ParAccel accelerates analytics and helps companies accelerate, innovate, and compete. The ParAccel Analytic Platform combines an analytic database with advanced extensibility and integration technology to deliver big analytics anytime, anywhere. Fortune 1000 customers are testing the bounds of unconstrained analytics with the most prolific, most powerful, most expansive analytic platform. ParAccel, Inc. was originally founded in mid-2005 by Barry Zane, part of the founding team at Netezza. It maintains offices in Campbell, California (HQ) as well in San Diego, and London.

Covestor

Series B in 2013
Covestor, Inc. operates as a registered investment adviser that provides an online investment marketplace for investors, advisers, hedge funds, and money managers. It offers a range of portfolios and investment advisory services. Its platform and technology matches self-directed investors with portfolio managers; delivers specialized active and passive investing solutions; and gives investors access to institutional style investment strategies. The company was incorporated in 2008 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts. Covestor, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of IB Exchange Corp.

Sonatype, Inc.

Series C in 2012
Sonatype helps enterprises get precise intelligence about open source components and accelerate software innovation, quality, and security. It has a long history of partnership with the world of open source software development. From being a core contributor to Apache Maven, to supporting the world’s largest repository of open source components (Central), to distributing the world's most popular repository manager (Nexus), Sonatype exists for one simple reason; to help accelerate software innovation. Sonatype was established in 2008 and is based in Fulton, Maryland with offices in McLean, London, and Sydney.

eConvergent

Series B in 2000
eConvergent is focused on the development of software solutions and offers eMerge, a CRM integration platform. It enables businesses to collect and store customers’ data from multiple sources and give their employees tools to access customer information as per requirement. eConvergent is acquired by Boulder Ventures in September 2002. eConvergent was founded in 1999 and is based in Pleasanton, California.

Daptiv

Series B in 2007
Project Portfolio Management Software

NanoGram

Venture Round in 2006
NanoGram Corporation develops and manufactures products for the next generation of photovoltaics, electronics and displays. A dynamic and agile nanotechnology company, NanoGram has incubated and spun out two successful companies in NeoPhotonics and NanoGram Devices. The NanoGram KK office in Tokyo, and a strategic development and manufacturing supply relationship with Nagase & Co., Ltd / Nagase ChemteX Corporation, supports their growing presence in Japan, while the NanoGram Korea office in Seoul serves the expanding markets and opportunities in Korea.

SocialPicks

Seed Round in 2007
SocialPicks provides individual investors with a trusted online investing community where they can invest smarter together.

Tealeaf

Series C in 2002
Provides digital customer experience management and behavior analysis solutions that enable businesses to optimize their activities

RS LiveMedia Pvt Ltd.

Venture Round in 2010
LiveMedia is a “Captive Audience Network” of LCD Screens, strategically placed in Captive environments. The Screens show entertainment and information-oriented content/snippets, thereby engaging and entertaining the audience and providing an effective platform for Advertisers to reach out to their target customers. Its network is one of the largest in India and spans over 2900 locations through 6000 Screens spread over 80 cities and towns and addressing over 60 million footfalls in a month.

Magis Networks

Series A in 1999
Magis Networks was a provider of wireless home networking chipsets.

Everypath

Venture Round in 2003
Everypath is the leading provider of mobile task automation software to global 1000 companies.

Staccato Communications

Series B in 2004
Staccato Communications, Inc. offers ultra wideband wireless enabled devices for the wireless USB, Bluetooth, and Internet protocol connectivity to the personal computing, consumer electronics, and mobile phone industries. Its products include single-chip integrated circuits, device adapter and device module design kits, reference design kits, wireless USB development kits, and streaming services development kits. The company also provides Ripcord Software, which provides a software stack for variety of ultra wide band applications, as well as includes installers, firmware, middleware, drivers, customization tools, and firmware upgrade tools. Staccato Communications’ products are used in various applications, such as printers, camera, mass storage devices, portable media players, wireless docking, wireless projectors, Web cameras, wireless HDTV, wireless speakers, set top boxes, wireless displays, purchasing content, sharing content, and personal servers. Staccato Communications, Inc. was formerly known as Discrete Time Communications, Inc. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in San Diego, California.

RightFreight

Series B in 2000
RightFreight is the leading internet-based airfreight solutions provider. The Company's service offering includes everything needed to manage a shipment from origin to destination: a shipper's exchange, request-for-proposal (RFP) wizard, document center, export/import compliance check and a searchable transportation service provider database. Collectively, these services comprise an end-to-end logistics management solution that reduces transportation search costs, accelerates logistics decision-making and improves communication among all parties in a supply chain.

Dropcam

Series B in 2012
Dropcam is revolutionizing the way people stay connected to the places they care about. With the Dropcam and Dropcam Pro Wi-Fi video monitoring cameras and optional Cloud Recording (CVR) service, you can remotely drop in on your house, baby, pets, business or anything else from a smartphone,tablet or computer.

Xactly

Series D in 2008
Xactly is a leading global provider of enterprise cloud-based Sales Performance Management solutions for planning and incenting sales organizations, including sales quota and territory planning, incentive compensation management, and predictive analytics. Xactly Incent Suite drives sales behaviors to align with company objectives, increasing employee trust and loyalty with error-free commission payments and on-demand visibility, improving operational efficiencies and productivity.

Code Green Networks, Inc.

Series C in 2005
Code Green Networks, Inc. provides data loss prevention (DLP) solutions that help enterprises to protect and manage regulated and other sensitive digital information across their data network. The company offers TrueDLP, a DLP solution that allows corporations to discover, monitor, control, and secure sensitive data on the network, in use on desktops or laptops, at rest on end-user devices and network servers, or stored in the cloud. Its TrueDLP solution consists of Network DLP, Endpoint DLP, Discovery DLP, and Cloud DLP. The company offers its DLP solutions as virtual appliances through software licenses, as well as hardware appliances. Its solutions are used to address the security issues faced by enterprises, such as cloud storage protection, cyber security, and regulatory compliance. Code Green Networks serves businesses in healthcare, financial services, government, credit union, retail, and other industries in the United States and internationally. The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. As of September 1, 2015, Code Green Networks, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Digital Guardian, Inc.

Pixo

Venture Round in 1998
Pixo has dedicated itself to developing advanced, yet easy-to-use software for mass-market wireless phones. Recognizing the convergence of wireless and data applications, Pixo has developed software that allows manufacturers to transform their voice-only phone designs into powerful information devices capable of managing personal information and conducting e-commerce.

SpringSource

Series A in 2007
SpringSource provides an application framework in the Java space called Spring. It offers commercial support subscriptions and added value software for the Spring Framework and many other products in the Spring Portfolio. The Spring Framework and related products are used by a majority of all enterprise Java developers. Companies like JP Morgan, HSBC, [Orbitz](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/orbitz), Accenture, and [Cap Gemini](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/cap-gemini) all use Spring to build highly scalable and mission-critical systems.

Peakstone

Series B in 2000
Peakstone eAssurance enables enterprises to precisely quantify, optimally align, and dynamically manage their capacity to meet business objectives of cost-effective system operation, smoother infrastructure growth, and greater operational predictability. Peakstone provides scalability, capacity, and performance management solutions for both the pre-production and production phases of an application life cycle.

Elastra

Series B in 2008
[Elastra](http://www.elastra.com) provides cloud-based computing services. Companies can access virtual hardware environments with scalable database and infrastructure services. Pricing is variable based on usage of Elastra's resources.

ParAccel

Series C in 2009
ParAccel accelerates analytics and helps companies accelerate, innovate, and compete. The ParAccel Analytic Platform combines an analytic database with advanced extensibility and integration technology to deliver big analytics anytime, anywhere. Fortune 1000 customers are testing the bounds of unconstrained analytics with the most prolific, most powerful, most expansive analytic platform. ParAccel, Inc. was originally founded in mid-2005 by Barry Zane, part of the founding team at Netezza. It maintains offices in Campbell, California (HQ) as well in San Diego, and London.

Excelan

Venture Round in 1982
Excelan is an IT support company that provides server and document management, along with IT support services.

M-Factor

Series C in 2007
M-Factor, Inc. develops and delivers Web-based profit and revenue optimization software for consumer goods, retail, and quick serve restaurant sectors in the United States and internationally. It develops a software-as-a-service suite that analyzes, forecasts, and optimizes marketing investments and trade spend. The company’s solutions include M4 Marketing Investment Management, which tracks and optimizes marketing and in-store promotional investments; T4 Trade Spending Effectiveness that reallocates trade spend; and P4 Portfolio Pricing Optimization, which allows users to price regions, channels, and products. M-Factor, Inc. was founded in 2003 and is based in San Mateo, California.

Buddy Media

Series C in 2010
Buddy Media is the social enterprise software of choice for eight of the world's top ten global advertisers, empowering them to build and maintain relationships with their consumers in a connections-based world. The Buddy Media social marketing suite helps brands build powerful connections globally with its scalable, secure architecture and data-driven customer insights from initial point of contact through point of purchase. Buddy Media is headquartered in New York City, with additional offices located in Asia, London, and San Francisco.

NeoScale Systems

Series C in 2004
As of December 11, 2007, NeoScale Systems, Inc. was acquired by Ncipher plc. NeoScale Systems, Inc. provides enterprise storage security solutions. Its solutions enable organizations to address security risks associated with offsite storage, tape media access, business continuity, consolidation, and privacy compliance. The company's products include CryptoStor Tape, a tape security appliance that compresses, encrypts, and digitally signs data; CryptoStor FC Disk, an enterprise-class storage security appliance, which provides wire-speed encryption, centralized policy management, storage firewall access control, and fabric transparent operation for storage transport and media privacy; and CryptoStor KeyVault, an automated and open enterprise-class appliance for data-at-rest encryption key management. NeoScale Systems serves companies in various sectors, including financial services, healthcare / health services, manufacturing, retail / wholesale, entertainment, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, domestic and foreign government, and small-medium enterprises. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Milpitas, California.

Code Green Networks, Inc.

Series B in 2005
Code Green Networks, Inc. provides data loss prevention (DLP) solutions that help enterprises to protect and manage regulated and other sensitive digital information across their data network. The company offers TrueDLP, a DLP solution that allows corporations to discover, monitor, control, and secure sensitive data on the network, in use on desktops or laptops, at rest on end-user devices and network servers, or stored in the cloud. Its TrueDLP solution consists of Network DLP, Endpoint DLP, Discovery DLP, and Cloud DLP. The company offers its DLP solutions as virtual appliances through software licenses, as well as hardware appliances. Its solutions are used to address the security issues faced by enterprises, such as cloud storage protection, cyber security, and regulatory compliance. Code Green Networks serves businesses in healthcare, financial services, government, credit union, retail, and other industries in the United States and internationally. The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. As of September 1, 2015, Code Green Networks, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Digital Guardian, Inc.

PWRF

Series B in 2005
PWRF is a fabless semiconductor company that continues to commercialize the industry's first digital RF power amplifier module for wireless infrastructure. The company's proprietary Class M technology is a digital MCPA module that simultaneously sets new industry benchmarks for cost, size and efficiency. Based in Austin, Texas, PWRF is a privately held company.

Like.com

Series A in 2005
Visual search engine that allows users to find similar products on the web and compare their prices

NetBoost

Venture Round in 1997
NetBoost develops and markets hardware and software solutions for communications equipment suppliers and independent software vendors (ISVs) in the networking and communications market segments. The company was incorporated in 1997 and is based in Mountain View, California.

Sana Security

Series D in 2005
Sana Security is a behavioral security software company that provides enterprise security software. It offers Primary Response SafeConnect, a security software that provides protection against known and unknown threats, including spyware, adware, and rootkits; and Primary Response Memory Shield Server, which provides buffer overflow protection for various servers. The company was founded in 2000 as Company 51 and changed its name to Sana Security in December 2002. Sana Security is headquartered in San Mateo, California. As of January 13, 2009, Sana Security operates as a subsidiary of AVG Technologies.

Viewceler

Series A in 2002
Viewceler is a business-software maker focused on improving productivity and responsiveness.

Nuera Communications

Series A in 2003
Nuera designs, develops and sells advanced Voice-over-IP (VoIP), converged VoIP and Data networking products for Service Providers and Enterprises. Nuera is focused on converged VoIP & data communications and its products are deployed globally in Broadband, Mobile, Cable, and Enterprise networks. Nuera offers a broad range of solutions that are built around the Company’s field-proven VoIP product range that includes session border controllers (SBC), digital and analog media gateways, IP phones, and a diverse suite of communications and management software applications.

INFICON

Post in 2002
INFICON provides world-class instruments for gas analysis, measurement and control. INFICON is a provider of innovative instrumentation, critical sensor technologies, and advanced process control software that enhance productivity and quality in sophisticated industrial vacuum processes. These analysis, measurement and control products are essential for gas leak detection in air conditioning/refrigeration and automotive manufacturing. They are vital to equipment manufacturers and end-users in the complex fabrication of semiconductors and thin film coatings for optics, flat panel displays, solar cells and industrial vacuum coating applications. Other users of their vacuum-based processes include the life sciences, research, aerospace, packaging, heat treatment, laser cutting and many other industrial processes. They also leverage their expertise in vacuum technology to provide unique, toxic chemical analysis products for emergency response, security, and environmental health and safety. INFICON is headquartered in Switzerland and has world-class manufacturing facilities in Europe, the United States and China, as well as subsidiaries in China, Finland, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Liechtenstein, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, the United Kingdom and the United States. INFICON is ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 registered at their main locations. Many of their instruments are manufactured RoHS compliant.

Xactly

Series B in 2006
Xactly is a leading global provider of enterprise cloud-based Sales Performance Management solutions for planning and incenting sales organizations, including sales quota and territory planning, incentive compensation management, and predictive analytics. Xactly Incent Suite drives sales behaviors to align with company objectives, increasing employee trust and loyalty with error-free commission payments and on-demand visibility, improving operational efficiencies and productivity.

Akros Silicon

Series A in 2005
Akros Silicon is a semiconductor company developing power management ICs that facilitate remote network-based energy management. The company offers intelligent energy management ICs that enable the implementation of global green power management initiatives. Its products include integrated CMOS solutions, electro-magnetic interference (EMI) and electro-static discharge suppressors, and dual-channel active EMI suppressors. The company's products are used in voice over IP phones, wireless LAN access point, analog telephone adapters, RFID and point of sales terminals, IP video security cameras, set-top boxes, networked printers and appliances, desktop and laptop computers, and PoE and non-PoE Ethernet systems applications. The company offers its products through sales representatives in the United States, Canada, the Peoples Republic of China, Taiwan, Korea, Turkey, Austria, Belgium, Germany, the Czech Republic, Italy, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Ireland. It was founded in 2005 and is based in Folsom, California.

Sonatype, Inc.

Series A in 2009
Sonatype helps enterprises get precise intelligence about open source components and accelerate software innovation, quality, and security. It has a long history of partnership with the world of open source software development. From being a core contributor to Apache Maven, to supporting the world’s largest repository of open source components (Central), to distributing the world's most popular repository manager (Nexus), Sonatype exists for one simple reason; to help accelerate software innovation. Sonatype was established in 2008 and is based in Fulton, Maryland with offices in McLean, London, and Sydney.

NetBoost

Venture Round in 1998
NetBoost develops and markets hardware and software solutions for communications equipment suppliers and independent software vendors (ISVs) in the networking and communications market segments. The company was incorporated in 1997 and is based in Mountain View, California.

Celequest Corp

Series B in 2004
Celequest Corporation provides operational business intelligence solutions to enterprises. It provides LAVA, a business intelligence solution that enables companies to provide up-to-the-time-minute business information to operational workers and empowers decision makers to spot emerging trends. The company provides solutions in the areas of financial performance management, risk mitigation, manufacturing operations, demand visibility, inventory monitoring, sales analysis, margin optimization, and logistics monitoring. It offers its solution as an appliance and as software-as-a-service. The company was founded in 2002 as Viewceler Corp. and changed its name to Celequest Corporation in June 2003. The company is headquartered in Redwood City, California. Celequest Corporation operates as a subsidiary of International Business Machines Corp.

NanoGram

Series B in 2004
NanoGram Corporation develops and manufactures products for the next generation of photovoltaics, electronics and displays. A dynamic and agile nanotechnology company, NanoGram has incubated and spun out two successful companies in NeoPhotonics and NanoGram Devices. The NanoGram KK office in Tokyo, and a strategic development and manufacturing supply relationship with Nagase & Co., Ltd / Nagase ChemteX Corporation, supports their growing presence in Japan, while the NanoGram Korea office in Seoul serves the expanding markets and opportunities in Korea.

Engine Yard

Series C in 2009
Engine Yard is the leading cloud application management platform empowering developers and DevOps to provision, manage and monitor applications in the cloud. Providing unmatched control and choice, Engine Yard delivers a broad and trusted application cloud and expert support that enables organizations to focus on creating great applications, instead of managing their infrastructure. Thousands of customers in 58 countries, from explosive-growth Web startups to Fortune 500 enterprises, run on Engine Yard. Headquartered in San Francisco, Calif., Engine Yard is backed by Benchmark, New Enterprise Associates, Oracle and Amazon.

Coconut Software

Series A in 2019
Our cloud based, enterprise level appointment scheduling and visitor management platform combines your on-location and digital channels, providing self-service booking and curbside pickup, online and physical queuing, wait time tracking, callback requests and virtual meeting support as well as contact center integration.

Sportvision, Inc.

Series B in 1999
Sportvision, Inc. provides digital sports content, broadcast enhancements and tracking data aggregation system. It offers PITCHf/x, a software which records and reports pertinent aspects of the pitcher/batter matchup, including speed, break, location, pitch type and trajectory, in real-time and FIELDf/x, a software which delivers near real-time and complete player and ball tracking data. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Chicago, Illinois. As of October 4, 2016, Sportvision, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of SportsMEDIA Technology Corporation.

Interact Public Safety

Venture Round in 2008
Software that enables responders to coordinate, communicate and react to unplanned events
Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment Inc. (中微半导体设备(上海)有限公司) is a Chinese global microfabrication equipment company serving customers in the semiconductor industry and relevant high-tech sectors. The company is a specialized supplier of key equipment for the production and development of micron-sized and nanoscale VLSI for the semiconductor industry in China and Asia. The company is focused on chemical vapor deposition and plasma etching products.

Grand Junction, Inc.

Venture Round in 2013
As per the transaction announced on August 14, 2017, Grand Junction, Inc. was acquired by Target Corporation. Grand Junction, Inc. operates a Software-as-a-Service technology platform for accessing and managing local deliveries. Its marketplace helps small to medium-sized businesses, Fortune 500 enterprises, large technology companies, and individual consumers to access services from local carriers and drivers in various markets in the United States and Canada. Grand Junction, Inc. was formerly known as Ensenda Inc. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Jarna

Series A in 2000
Jarna enables the real-time mobile enterprise through event-based solutions. In contrast with solutions offered by individual device or application vendors, Jarna meets the enterprise customer's needs for a single infrastructure that extends the real-time enterprise to mobile users independent of enterprise application infrastructure, mobile device or network.

Apigee

Series B in 2006
Apigee is a provider of API technology and services for enterprises and developers. The platform gives enterprises control over and visibility into the APIs that connect applications and data, across the enterprise and across clouds. Hundreds of companies including Walgreens, Bechtel, eBay, Pearson, and Gilt Groupe as well as tens of thousands of developers use Apigee to simplify the delivery, management and analysis of APIs and apps. Apigee's global headquarters are in Palo Alto, California, and it also has offices in Bangalore, India; London; and Austin, Texas.

AmmoCore Technology

Venture Round in 2001
AmmoCore Technology, Inc. was founded to develop design solutions for the rapid delivery of large-scale System ICs.

West Ridge Networks

Series A in 2003
West Ridge Networks is focused on the development of networking software solutions. The company’s telecom open source software helps carriers migrate to an IP backbone. West Ridge is based in Littleton, Massachusetts.

Apigee

Series E in 2012
Apigee is a provider of API technology and services for enterprises and developers. The platform gives enterprises control over and visibility into the APIs that connect applications and data, across the enterprise and across clouds. Hundreds of companies including Walgreens, Bechtel, eBay, Pearson, and Gilt Groupe as well as tens of thousands of developers use Apigee to simplify the delivery, management and analysis of APIs and apps. Apigee's global headquarters are in Palo Alto, California, and it also has offices in Bangalore, India; London; and Austin, Texas.
Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment Inc. (中微半导体设备(上海)有限公司) is a Chinese global microfabrication equipment company serving customers in the semiconductor industry and relevant high-tech sectors. The company is a specialized supplier of key equipment for the production and development of micron-sized and nanoscale VLSI for the semiconductor industry in China and Asia. The company is focused on chemical vapor deposition and plasma etching products.

FantasyBook

Seed Round in 2007
FantasyBook develops fantasy sports games for the Facebook platform. FantasyBook received seed funding by Bay Partners as part of their AppFactory Program. After the successful launch of fantasy baseball and fantasy football games on Facebook, FantasyBook was acquired by Citizen Sports in late 2008. FantasyBook's social fantasy baseball, football, and soccer games went on to gain over 1M users. Citizen Sports was subsequently acquired by Yahoo! Sports.

Concord Music Group

Series B in 1996
Concord Music Group is a music label company that manages recorded music activities and publishes music. The company offers a wide range of music labels, including Concord Records, Concord Jazz, Fantasy, Rounder, and Stax. It also organizes music tours for artists and bands, and licenses music for use in a variety of media outlets such as feature films, TV shows, video games, movie trailers, and ringtones. Concord Music Group was founded in 1969 and is headquartered in Beverly Hills, California. It was acquired by Concord Bicycle Music in 2015.

Lumension

Series B in 2005
Lumension Security, Inc., a global leader in endpoint management and security, develops, integrates and markets security software solutions that help businesses protect their vital information and manage critical risk across network and endpoint assets. Lumension enables more than 5,100 customers worldwide to achieve optimal security and IT success by delivering a proven and award-winning solution portfolio that includes Vulnerability Management, Endpoint Protection, Data Protection, Antivirus and Reporting and Compliance offerings. Lumension is known for providing world-class customer support and services. Headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona, Lumension has operations worldwide, including Virginia, Texas, Utah, Florida, Ireland, Luxembourg, the United Kingdom, Australia, and Singapore. Lumension: IT Secured. Success Optimized.™ More information can be found at www.lumension.com

MuleSoft

Series E in 2013
MuleSoft makes it easy to connect the world’s applications, data, and devices. They provide a software platform that enables organizations to easily build application networks using APIs. APIs are the digital glue that allows applications to talk to each other and exchange data. Their flexible, unified platform connects nearly any application or system by leveraging APIs to quickly and securely share data, regardless of format or source, in application networks. It was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California,.
Advanced Micro-Fabrication Equipment Inc. (中微半导体设备(上海)有限公司) is a Chinese global microfabrication equipment company serving customers in the semiconductor industry and relevant high-tech sectors. The company is a specialized supplier of key equipment for the production and development of micron-sized and nanoscale VLSI for the semiconductor industry in China and Asia. The company is focused on chemical vapor deposition and plasma etching products.

Motiva

Venture Round in 2000
Motiva, Inc. is the technology leader for global enterprise incentive management (EIM) software and services, enabling companies to create and manage flexible, highly targeted incentive programs that drive top-line and bottom-line results across the extended enterprise. The Motiva software solution allows businesses to rapidly align performance with strategic objectives for sales, services, channels, customers and suppliers. Founded in 1996, Motiva is headquartered in Pleasanton, California.

Enphase Energy

Venture Round in 2009
A micro-inverter system that delivers solar energy to homes and businesses

Ensenda

Venture Round in 2008
Local delivery companies do everything in a supply chain’s “last mile,” from installing appliances to delivering critical parts within an hour of ordering. Local delivery is a $46 billion industry and typically accounts for 28% of a company's transportation spend, yet most companies overlook this critical step in the supply chain despite the fact that customer loyalty and sales are closely tied to the delivery experience. Ensenda is the leading third party logistics provider (3PL) for the local delivery industry. Ensenda’ network of local carriers provides a wide range of local delivery programs in every market in the US and Canada

Zenprise

Venture Round in 2009
Zenprise offers secure mobile device management, protecting all layers of the mobile enterprise to keep organizations secure and compliant.

NeoScale Systems

Series A in 2002
As of December 11, 2007, NeoScale Systems, Inc. was acquired by Ncipher plc. NeoScale Systems, Inc. provides enterprise storage security solutions. Its solutions enable organizations to address security risks associated with offsite storage, tape media access, business continuity, consolidation, and privacy compliance. The company's products include CryptoStor Tape, a tape security appliance that compresses, encrypts, and digitally signs data; CryptoStor FC Disk, an enterprise-class storage security appliance, which provides wire-speed encryption, centralized policy management, storage firewall access control, and fabric transparent operation for storage transport and media privacy; and CryptoStor KeyVault, an automated and open enterprise-class appliance for data-at-rest encryption key management. NeoScale Systems serves companies in various sectors, including financial services, healthcare / health services, manufacturing, retail / wholesale, entertainment, telecommunications, pharmaceuticals, domestic and foreign government, and small-medium enterprises. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Milpitas, California.

Like.com

Series B in 2006
Visual search engine that allows users to find similar products on the web and compare their prices

Yapta, Inc.

Series C in 2009
Yapta is a travel Website and browser add-on that lets you track flight prices as they change and alerts you when the price for a particular flight drops. It also helps you get a refund or credit from airlines with guaranteed low-price policies. The company also provides real-time price tracking of airfares and hotel rates across the globe via FareIQ and RoomIQ. Yapta was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, United States.

Thinque Systems

Series A in 1997
Thinque Systems is a developer of mobile enterprise applications and has a history of supplying solutions for Global 2000 companies. Thinque develops and markets mobile enterprise applications for sales force automation and field force automation that reduce field expenses, decrease day's sales outstanding, increase worker efficiency, an drive top line revenue while building customer loyalty. Thinque Systems customers include Colgate-Palmolive, Maybelline, Pepsi Americas and Revlon.

TrueDemand Software

Series A in 2005
TrueDemand Software, Inc. provides supply chain solutions. TrueDemand Software, Inc. was founded in 2004 and is based in Los Gatos, California. As of December 3, 2009, TrueDemand Software, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Acosta, Inc.

Apigee

Series F in 2013
Apigee is a provider of API technology and services for enterprises and developers. The platform gives enterprises control over and visibility into the APIs that connect applications and data, across the enterprise and across clouds. Hundreds of companies including Walgreens, Bechtel, eBay, Pearson, and Gilt Groupe as well as tens of thousands of developers use Apigee to simplify the delivery, management and analysis of APIs and apps. Apigee's global headquarters are in Palo Alto, California, and it also has offices in Bangalore, India; London; and Austin, Texas.

Cornerstone OnDemand

Series E in 2009
Cornerstone OnDemand is a leading global provider of a comprehensive learning and talent management solution delivered as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). The company enables organizations to meet the challenges they face in empowering their people and maximizing the productivity of their human capital. Cornerstone currently empowers over 19.1 million users across 191 countries and in 42 languages. Their integrated cloud-based software offering consists of Cornerstone Onboarding, Cornerstone Recruiting, Cornerstone Performance, Cornerstone Learning, Cornerstone Connect, Cornerstone Succession, Cornerstone Compensation and Cornerstone Extended Enterprise. Their clients use their solution to develop employees throughout their careers, engage all employees effectively, improve business execution, cultivate future leaders, and integrate with their external networks of customers, vendors and distributors. The company has more than 2,100 clients, including multi-national corporations, large domestic enterprises, mid-market companies, state and local public sector organizations, higher education institutions and non-profit entities. Clients include BJC HealthCare, Flextronics, Kelly Services, Pearson, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Teach for America and Virgin Media Limited, among many others. Cornerstone supports multiple client deployments of more than 150,000 users, including one client with more than 700,000 users. Cornerstone is headquartered in Santa Monica, California, with offices in Auckland, Hong Kong, London, Mumbai, Munich, Madrid, Paris, Rome, Sydney and Tel Aviv.

INFICON

Post in 2003
INFICON provides world-class instruments for gas analysis, measurement and control. INFICON is a provider of innovative instrumentation, critical sensor technologies, and advanced process control software that enhance productivity and quality in sophisticated industrial vacuum processes. These analysis, measurement and control products are essential for gas leak detection in air conditioning/refrigeration and automotive manufacturing. They are vital to equipment manufacturers and end-users in the complex fabrication of semiconductors and thin film coatings for optics, flat panel displays, solar cells and industrial vacuum coating applications. Other users of their vacuum-based processes include the life sciences, research, aerospace, packaging, heat treatment, laser cutting and many other industrial processes. They also leverage their expertise in vacuum technology to provide unique, toxic chemical analysis products for emergency response, security, and environmental health and safety. INFICON is headquartered in Switzerland and has world-class manufacturing facilities in Europe, the United States and China, as well as subsidiaries in China, Finland, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Liechtenstein, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, the United Kingdom and the United States. INFICON is ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 registered at their main locations. Many of their instruments are manufactured RoHS compliant.