23 past transactions

Clear2Pay

Series D in 2006
Clear2Pay is an innovative payments technology company focused on delivering globally applicable solutions for secure, timely and streamlined payments processing. Clear2Pay's Open Payment Framework (OPF) enables financial institutions to improve internal payments processing efficiencies whilst at the same time providing their clients with better payment services that are faster, with richer payments related information. Clear2Pay's solutions within the Service- Oriented Architecture (SOA) based Open Payment Framework offer financial institutions the ability to process payments through a centralised payments engine that utilises a library of re-useable business services across all payment types. The bank can thus combine new services models with existing infrastructures, thereby protecting previous investments whilst gradually moving to a more modern efficient payments environment.

Q-Layer

Series B in 2007
Q-layer was one of the first companies in the industry to create and end-to-end cloud automation product. Q-layer created and invented the virtual datacenter concept where complex IT resources were managed in what we called Virtual Datacenters at that time. Q-layer converged storage, virtualization & networking in one stack.

Racktivity NV

Venture Round in 2013
Racktivity, an innovator in next-generation power, energy and environmental management solutions offers the industry's only integrated hardware and software for critical infrastructures. The DCPM suite, a Service Provider Infrastructure & Data Center Performance Management System, measures, monitors and manages power across distributed data centres and gives customers full visibility and control of their energy consumption while integrating seamlessly with other applications and PDU appliances. Racktivity's EnergySwitch family of smart Power Distribution Units (PDUs), and sensors equips infrastructures with the most advanced metering, switching and predictive analysis capabilities available on the market today.

Amplidata

Series B in 2010
Amplidata N.V. offers AmpliStor, an object-based software defined storage solution for enterprise, private cloud, and public cloud implementations in various industries in Belgium and internationally. The company offers Himalaya Service Provider and OEM Edition software, a customizable platform for service provider and OEM-built storage services and solutions; and Himalaya Enterprise Edition software, which provides users with control over their data. It also offers a range of appliances that include the AmpliStor software with servers, as well as controllers and storage nodes connected through a standard switched Ethernet fabric. In addition, the company provides support and professional services for large enterprises, service provides, and distributed government organizations. It offers solutions for cloud services, life sciences, media and entertainment, oil and gas, online applications, digital library, video surveillance, government, and Fortune 500 enterprises. Amplidata N.V. has a strategic partnership with Western Digital Capital. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Lochristi, Belgium with an additional headquarters in Milpitas, California. It also has support centers in the United States, Belgium, and Taiwan. Amplidata N.V. operates as a subsidiary of HGST Netherlands B.V.

Clear2Pay

Series B in 2003
Clear2Pay is an innovative payments technology company focused on delivering globally applicable solutions for secure, timely and streamlined payments processing. Clear2Pay's Open Payment Framework (OPF) enables financial institutions to improve internal payments processing efficiencies whilst at the same time providing their clients with better payment services that are faster, with richer payments related information. Clear2Pay's solutions within the Service- Oriented Architecture (SOA) based Open Payment Framework offer financial institutions the ability to process payments through a centralised payments engine that utilises a library of re-useable business services across all payment types. The bank can thus combine new services models with existing infrastructures, thereby protecting previous investments whilst gradually moving to a more modern efficient payments environment.

Amplidata

Series C in 2012
Amplidata N.V. offers AmpliStor, an object-based software defined storage solution for enterprise, private cloud, and public cloud implementations in various industries in Belgium and internationally. The company offers Himalaya Service Provider and OEM Edition software, a customizable platform for service provider and OEM-built storage services and solutions; and Himalaya Enterprise Edition software, which provides users with control over their data. It also offers a range of appliances that include the AmpliStor software with servers, as well as controllers and storage nodes connected through a standard switched Ethernet fabric. In addition, the company provides support and professional services for large enterprises, service provides, and distributed government organizations. It offers solutions for cloud services, life sciences, media and entertainment, oil and gas, online applications, digital library, video surveillance, government, and Fortune 500 enterprises. Amplidata N.V. has a strategic partnership with Western Digital Capital. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Lochristi, Belgium with an additional headquarters in Milpitas, California. It also has support centers in the United States, Belgium, and Taiwan. Amplidata N.V. operates as a subsidiary of HGST Netherlands B.V.

Q-Layer

Series A in 2006
Q-layer was one of the first companies in the industry to create and end-to-end cloud automation product. Q-layer created and invented the virtual datacenter concept where complex IT resources were managed in what we called Virtual Datacenters at that time. Q-layer converged storage, virtualization & networking in one stack.

iNEWiT

Series A in 2007
iNEWiT, an engineering company, engages in identifying, designing, and creating applications and devices for the mobile market. It provides mobile video communication applications; wireless communication technologies, ranging from GPRS/EDGE, over 3G, HSDPA/HSUPA to WiFi, and WiMAX and satellite networks; and plug and play products for the business-to-consumer markets. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Mechelen, Belgium

PeopleCube

Venture Round in 2007
As of November 9, 2005, PeopleCube (UK) was acquired by PeopleCube, Inc. (formerly known as Meeting Maker, Inc.). PeopleCube provides intelligent on-demand workplace management solutions that help customers cut real estate, meeting services, travel, and energy costs based on actual workspace usage. Through its corporate headquarters in Framingham, Massachusetts, and offices throughout the world, PeopleCube supports 7,500 customers in small, medium, and large enterprises. PeopleCube helps businesses cut real estate, meeting services, travel and energy costs based on actual workspace usage. The UK predecessor, formerly known as The Internet Applications Group (UK), Ltd., was founded in 1995 and is based in Twickenham, the United Kingdom with an additional office in the Netherlands.

Dedigate

Series A in 2000
Dedigate was one of the first advanced hosting providers for complex projects in Europe. They focused on large projects where uptime was highly important, managing thousands of servers on a global scale. Their automation platform was quite novel at that time and allowed them to keep the operational team small while providing the best service level agreements.

Amplidata

Series A in 2010
Amplidata N.V. offers AmpliStor, an object-based software defined storage solution for enterprise, private cloud, and public cloud implementations in various industries in Belgium and internationally. The company offers Himalaya Service Provider and OEM Edition software, a customizable platform for service provider and OEM-built storage services and solutions; and Himalaya Enterprise Edition software, which provides users with control over their data. It also offers a range of appliances that include the AmpliStor software with servers, as well as controllers and storage nodes connected through a standard switched Ethernet fabric. In addition, the company provides support and professional services for large enterprises, service provides, and distributed government organizations. It offers solutions for cloud services, life sciences, media and entertainment, oil and gas, online applications, digital library, video surveillance, government, and Fortune 500 enterprises. Amplidata N.V. has a strategic partnership with Western Digital Capital. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Lochristi, Belgium with an additional headquarters in Milpitas, California. It also has support centers in the United States, Belgium, and Taiwan. Amplidata N.V. operates as a subsidiary of HGST Netherlands B.V.

ORMvision

Series B in 2001
Ormvision is a provider of relationship management systems to the telecom industry.

Racktivity NV

Series A in 2009
Racktivity, an innovator in next-generation power, energy and environmental management solutions offers the industry's only integrated hardware and software for critical infrastructures. The DCPM suite, a Service Provider Infrastructure & Data Center Performance Management System, measures, monitors and manages power across distributed data centres and gives customers full visibility and control of their energy consumption while integrating seamlessly with other applications and PDU appliances. Racktivity's EnergySwitch family of smart Power Distribution Units (PDUs), and sensors equips infrastructures with the most advanced metering, switching and predictive analysis capabilities available on the market today.

24access Solutions B.V.

Series A in 2007
24access Solutions B.V., a mobile software development company, develops two way computer to handheld solutions to enable two way connections between an online computer and a mobile device. It offers wauwee.com, an online community that focuses on mobile phone users; and Wauw.fm, which enables to exchange images and audio with PC at home. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Avinity

Series A in 2007
Avinity Systems is a vendor of interactive TV platforms and tools enabling rich media services on existing infrastructures, without the need for new high-end set-top boxes. Its partners include Tier 1 Cable and IPTV operators as well as leading content providers. Avinity's RenderCast platform enables richer video navigation, branded portals, web to TV and interactive advertisements.

Clear2Pay

Series A in 2001
Clear2Pay is an innovative payments technology company focused on delivering globally applicable solutions for secure, timely and streamlined payments processing. Clear2Pay's Open Payment Framework (OPF) enables financial institutions to improve internal payments processing efficiencies whilst at the same time providing their clients with better payment services that are faster, with richer payments related information. Clear2Pay's solutions within the Service- Oriented Architecture (SOA) based Open Payment Framework offer financial institutions the ability to process payments through a centralised payments engine that utilises a library of re-useable business services across all payment types. The bank can thus combine new services models with existing infrastructures, thereby protecting previous investments whilst gradually moving to a more modern efficient payments environment.

Clear2Pay

Venture Round in 2008
Clear2Pay is an innovative payments technology company focused on delivering globally applicable solutions for secure, timely and streamlined payments processing. Clear2Pay's Open Payment Framework (OPF) enables financial institutions to improve internal payments processing efficiencies whilst at the same time providing their clients with better payment services that are faster, with richer payments related information. Clear2Pay's solutions within the Service- Oriented Architecture (SOA) based Open Payment Framework offer financial institutions the ability to process payments through a centralised payments engine that utilises a library of re-useable business services across all payment types. The bank can thus combine new services models with existing infrastructures, thereby protecting previous investments whilst gradually moving to a more modern efficient payments environment.

iNEWiT

Venture Round in 2008
iNEWiT, an engineering company, engages in identifying, designing, and creating applications and devices for the mobile market. It provides mobile video communication applications; wireless communication technologies, ranging from GPRS/EDGE, over 3G, HSDPA/HSUPA to WiFi, and WiMAX and satellite networks; and plug and play products for the business-to-consumer markets. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Mechelen, Belgium

ORMvision

Series A in 2001
Ormvision is a provider of relationship management systems to the telecom industry.

Racktivity NV

Series B in 2010
Racktivity, an innovator in next-generation power, energy and environmental management solutions offers the industry's only integrated hardware and software for critical infrastructures. The DCPM suite, a Service Provider Infrastructure & Data Center Performance Management System, measures, monitors and manages power across distributed data centres and gives customers full visibility and control of their energy consumption while integrating seamlessly with other applications and PDU appliances. Racktivity's EnergySwitch family of smart Power Distribution Units (PDUs), and sensors equips infrastructures with the most advanced metering, switching and predictive analysis capabilities available on the market today.

Respectance

Series A in 2007
A memorial-based social networking site, enables users to create personalized memorial tributes for their passed away

TrustAlert

Venture Round in 2009
TrustAlert is a Dutch software R&D company specialized in solutions for controlled access. The TrustAlert controlled access solutions are deployed by companies that face the challenge to stay in full control over which person, either internal or external, is accessing the corporate mission critical applications. The TrustAlert controlled access solutions enable easy, secure and cost effective access in both wired and wireless networks.

Wakoopa

Series A in 2008
Wakoopa is supplier of passive metering solutions on three screens (desktop, tablet, smartphone). Wakoopa unlocks high quality behavioral data. We empower the consumer insights industry with the best tracking technology and the most powerful data distribution models. And we offer consumers the best in class user experience. Together with online access panels and market research companies we establish user centric, behavioral datasets in 25 markets globally. This data fuels innovative research designs such as consumer journey studies, segmentation and audience profiling.