Covera Ventures

Covera Ventures is a venture capital firm focused on investing in early-stage technology companies with a primary focus on infrastructure, wireless and mobility, software, and technology-enabled service companies. Our team of experienced investment professionals is committed to working with entrepreneurs to build great companies that address unmet needs in the marketplace. In addition to providing capital, we leverage our broad industry knowledge, relationships and investment experience to complement the strengths of the entrepreneur. Covera Ventures' typical investments range between $1 million to $5 million, with additional capital available to support future expansion. The principals of Covera Ventures have a significant history and track record in building entrepreneurial companies. Effective August 14, 2009, the Hunt Ventures team of investment professionals spun out from Hunt Consolidated, Inc. and is now operating as Covera Ventures.

Steve Coffey

MD

51 past transactions

Photobucket

Venture Round in 2006
Image and video hosting website allowing users to upload, edit and share photos

Alert Logic, Inc.

Series B in 2006
Alert Logic, the leader in security and compliance solutions for the cloud, provides Security-as-a-Service for on-premises, cloud, and hybrid infrastructures, delivering deep security insight and continuous protection for customers at a lower cost than traditional security solutions. Fully managed by a team of experts, the Alert Logic Security-as-a-Service solution provides network, system and web application protection immediately, wherever your IT infrastructure resides. Alert Logic partners with the leading cloud platforms and hosting providers to protect over 3,600 organizations worldwide. Built for cloud scale, the Alert Logic patented platform stores petabytes of data, analyses over 400 million events and identifies over 50,000 security incidents each month, which are managed by its 24×7 Security Operations Center. Alert Logic, founded in 2002, is headquartered in Houston, Texas, with offices in Seattle, Dallas, Cardiff, Belfast and London. The company’s products and services include: o SaaS Solutions -Threat Manager – Intrusion Detection -Log Manager – Log Management & SIEM -Web Security Manager – Web Application Firewall -ScanWatch – Vulnerability Assessment -Amazon Web Services Cloud Security - Intrusion Detection for AWS o Managed Security Services -ActiveWatch & ActiveWatch Premier -LogReview Alert Logic was founded in 2002. For more information, please visit http://www.alertlogic.com

Athenix

Series B in 2004
Athenix is a leader in agricultural and industrial biotechnology. They have built the infrastructure necessary to discover new genes and to develop them into products that meet real customer needs.

Synageva BioPharma

Venture Round in 2011
Synageva is a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to developing and commercializing novel, next generation and follow on protein therapeutics that leverage the unique competitive advantages of their proprietary Synageva Expression Platform (SEPTM).

Salmedix Inc

Series C in 2005
Salmedix is an oncology drug development company with a commercial focus on the treatment of hematologic malignancies, or blood cancers. Its primary product, SDX-105, is marketed by healthcare professionals in Germany for the treatment of several types of blood cancers. Salmedix conducts Phase II clinical trials for SDX-105 in the U.S. and Canada. Its other clinical-stage product candidates, SDX-101 and SDX-102, each with significant prior human clinical experience, are also in Phase II development. Founded in 2000 by David Kabakoff, Salmedix is headquartered in San Diego, California.

SensorLogic

Series C in 2008
SensorLogic provides M2M application hosting and the only PaaS (platform-as-a-service) provider that offers easily customizable M2M solutions with a pre-integrated nation-wide GSM/GPRS network. Customers using Sensorlogic's XpressIQ Service Suite have access to ready-to-use applications for GPS tracking, asset monitoring and control, as well as value-added network services

SNAPin Software

Series B in 2005
SNAPin Software, Inc. develops self-service software for mobile devices. The company's handset-based SelfService product suite repairs critical device and network settings, such as those required for roaming, messaging, or data networking. The SelfService product suite includes SelfService Campaign, which delivers interactive promotions and context-sensitive offers based on device usage; SelfService Care, which intercepts and resolves three out of four calls to customer care; SelfService Configure delivers an operator branded experience on mobile phones by installing and managing a custom set of applications and media elements on expanded memory SIM cards; and SelfService Server, which enables operators to centrally manage all facets of their subscribers' experience with SNAPin's handset-based products, such as SelfService Campaign and SelfService Care. SNAPin Software, Inc. was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington with offices in London, the United Kingdom. As of October 1, 2008, SNAPin Software, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Nuance Communications, Inc.

MindFlow Technologies

Series A in 2000
MindFlow Technologies supplies intelligent business applications for strategic sourcing management that put purchasing managers in control of the purchasing process by enabling quick, sophisticated analysis of multiple key purchasing variables.

Maxoptix Corporation

Series B in 2000
MaxOptix, Inc, a wholly owned subsidiary of MaxOptix Corporation, is the technology leader in the high-performance segment of the data storage industry with several key patents in the field of optical recording. The MaxOptix line of optical products are used in a broad range of industries that require products with outstanding quality, reliability, and cost.

Peptimmune

Series B in 2003
Peptimmune is a privately held clinical stage biotechnology company focused on utilizing both novel and proven technologies to improve the therapeutic management of chronic autoimmune and metabolic disorders. The company is developing second generation therapeutics that are expected to result in safer and more effective products for obesity, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and pemphigus vulgaris.

Innography, Inc.

Series B in 2014
Innography delivers a correlation, visualization, and collaboration analytics software platform that enables companies to fully manage, protect, and exploit patent portfolios. It focuses on answering IP questions more quickly, more accurately, and more insightfully than was possible before. Every feature and visualization is designed to solve a business need, not just present pretty graphs or list out reams of data. Innography was launched on 2006 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

Storspeed

Series A in 2007
StorSpeed Inc. develops products that increase network storage performance. StorSpeed Inc. was founded in 2007 and is based in Austin, Texas.

Integral Wave Technologies

Series A in 2007
Integral Wave Technologies, Inc. manufactures a chip that allows power to be converted in a smaller amount of space on a circuit board. Its chip communicates with other devices, sending out performance data and load warnings. The company also creates a software program that goes along with the chip to allow customers to customize the chip to fit their needs. Integral Wave Technologies, Inc. was formerly known as Arkansas Microelectronics Development Corporation and changed its name to Integral Wave Technologies, Inc. in 2000. The company was founded in 1997 and is based in Austin, Texas.

Zumobi, Inc.

Series A in 2007
Zumobi, Inc. provides mobile content marketing solutions. The company operates Zumobi Brand Integration platform that integrates a publishing engine together with a Web-based command center to deliver content marketing experience to mobile audience. Its platform also provides visibility into content consumption patterns to enable marketers to enhance their customer profiles with preference data and optimize their cross-channel marketing efforts. Zumobi, Inc. was formerly known as ZenZui and changed its name to Zumobi, Inc. in November 2007. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

Alert Logic, Inc.

Series F in 2012
Alert Logic, the leader in security and compliance solutions for the cloud, provides Security-as-a-Service for on-premises, cloud, and hybrid infrastructures, delivering deep security insight and continuous protection for customers at a lower cost than traditional security solutions. Fully managed by a team of experts, the Alert Logic Security-as-a-Service solution provides network, system and web application protection immediately, wherever your IT infrastructure resides. Alert Logic partners with the leading cloud platforms and hosting providers to protect over 3,600 organizations worldwide. Built for cloud scale, the Alert Logic patented platform stores petabytes of data, analyses over 400 million events and identifies over 50,000 security incidents each month, which are managed by its 24×7 Security Operations Center. Alert Logic, founded in 2002, is headquartered in Houston, Texas, with offices in Seattle, Dallas, Cardiff, Belfast and London. The company’s products and services include: o SaaS Solutions -Threat Manager – Intrusion Detection -Log Manager – Log Management & SIEM -Web Security Manager – Web Application Firewall -ScanWatch – Vulnerability Assessment -Amazon Web Services Cloud Security - Intrusion Detection for AWS o Managed Security Services -ActiveWatch & ActiveWatch Premier -LogReview Alert Logic was founded in 2002. For more information, please visit http://www.alertlogic.com

Sirific Wireless

Series C in 2007
Sirific Wireless is a semiconductor company, designs and develops CMOS RF HEDGE transceivers for wireless communications market. The company offers monolithic multi-mode wireless design and digital direct conversion products; Harmony-direct upconversion transmitters; and NEXUS products, NexusRD. Its NEXUS platform combines HSDPA, WCDMA, EDGE, GPRS, and GSM with available on-chip receive diversity to deliver transceivers for multi-mode and multi-band wireless applications. The company has locations in Waterloo, Canada; Richardson, Texas; and Seoul, Korea. Sirific Wireless Limited was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Richardson, Texas with additional offices in the United States, Canada, and Korea.

NanoNexus

Series C in 2003
NanoNexus, Inc. provides contactor and interconnect products for the electronics industry.

Athenix

Series D in 2008
Athenix is a leader in agricultural and industrial biotechnology. They have built the infrastructure necessary to discover new genes and to develop them into products that meet real customer needs.

Hubspan

Series D in 2005
Hubspan was founded in 2000 by industry experts who shared a vision for a simpler, more effective way for businesses to work together. With the global shift to the Web and the increased complexity around business processes and IT systems, Hubspan built a new model for on-demand integration services that enabled companies to work across organizations and systems easily and cost-effectively. The Hubspan team built the industry’s first secure and reliable single-instance, multi-tenant integration platform delivered as a managed service. Today, the Hubspan integration platform helps thousands of companies worldwide achieve stronger connections, collaboration and community, which has a positive impact on the top and bottom line of our customers.

SNAPin Software

Series C in 2006
SNAPin Software, Inc. develops self-service software for mobile devices. The company's handset-based SelfService product suite repairs critical device and network settings, such as those required for roaming, messaging, or data networking. The SelfService product suite includes SelfService Campaign, which delivers interactive promotions and context-sensitive offers based on device usage; SelfService Care, which intercepts and resolves three out of four calls to customer care; SelfService Configure delivers an operator branded experience on mobile phones by installing and managing a custom set of applications and media elements on expanded memory SIM cards; and SelfService Server, which enables operators to centrally manage all facets of their subscribers' experience with SNAPin's handset-based products, such as SelfService Campaign and SelfService Care. SNAPin Software, Inc. was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington with offices in London, the United Kingdom. As of October 1, 2008, SNAPin Software, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Nuance Communications, Inc.

Innography, Inc.

Series B in 2010
Innography delivers a correlation, visualization, and collaboration analytics software platform that enables companies to fully manage, protect, and exploit patent portfolios. It focuses on answering IP questions more quickly, more accurately, and more insightfully than was possible before. Every feature and visualization is designed to solve a business need, not just present pretty graphs or list out reams of data. Innography was launched on 2006 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

Fleet Logistics, Inc.

Seed Round in 2016
Previously known as Shipstr, Fleet is efficiently streamlining the commercial shipping industry through a cloud-based platform. Fleet provides a cloud-based platform that businesses can use to book transportation for international freight. Fleet is the first platform to address the needs of shippers moving commercial freight overseas. Fleet provides instant quotes, improved decision making by showing provider lead times, ratings and reliability, direct access to all of the service providers, and a team room to communicate directly with service providers for status and view shipping documents.

ITKO

Series A in 2006
The iTKO LISA software suite offers a complete solution for testing Service-Oriented Architectures. Unlike conventional UI- and code-oriented testing tools, LISA was built from the ground up to test the many heterogeneous components and workflows that make up SOA applications.

Alert Logic, Inc.

Series C in 2008
Alert Logic, the leader in security and compliance solutions for the cloud, provides Security-as-a-Service for on-premises, cloud, and hybrid infrastructures, delivering deep security insight and continuous protection for customers at a lower cost than traditional security solutions. Fully managed by a team of experts, the Alert Logic Security-as-a-Service solution provides network, system and web application protection immediately, wherever your IT infrastructure resides. Alert Logic partners with the leading cloud platforms and hosting providers to protect over 3,600 organizations worldwide. Built for cloud scale, the Alert Logic patented platform stores petabytes of data, analyses over 400 million events and identifies over 50,000 security incidents each month, which are managed by its 24×7 Security Operations Center. Alert Logic, founded in 2002, is headquartered in Houston, Texas, with offices in Seattle, Dallas, Cardiff, Belfast and London. The company’s products and services include: o SaaS Solutions -Threat Manager – Intrusion Detection -Log Manager – Log Management & SIEM -Web Security Manager – Web Application Firewall -ScanWatch – Vulnerability Assessment -Amazon Web Services Cloud Security - Intrusion Detection for AWS o Managed Security Services -ActiveWatch & ActiveWatch Premier -LogReview Alert Logic was founded in 2002. For more information, please visit http://www.alertlogic.com

Metreos Corporation

Series A in 2004
Metreos was founded in 2001 by [Louis Marascio](http://www.crunchbase.com/person/louis-marascio) and [Mark Richards](http://www.crunchbase.com/person/mark-richards) to provide an IP telephony development and run-time platform to help companies build, deploy, and manage IP telephony applications. Metreos provided both packaged applications and a set of tools for designing, developing, deploying, and managing applications deployed on IP telephony networks. Their primary customer base were large enterprises who had invested significant capital in replacing aging [TDM](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time-division_multiplexing) based phone systems with new [Voice-over-IP](http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voice_over_IP) phone systems, specifically those who had chosen Cisco Systems as their VoIP vendor of choice. Large Cisco customers began to use the Metreos product suite in 2004 with early deployments by Lehman Brothers and BearingPoint. Frustrated by the lack of support from their primary IP PBX vendor, Metreos customers were able to use the Metreos Communications Environment to customize their IP telephony deployment to their liking, often times implementing features that were lost in the transition from TDM to IP. Recognizing that many of their large marque customers were using the Metreos product to enhance their Cisco deployment, Cisco purchased Metreos in June 2006 for $28 million USD.

Glucon

Series D in 2007
Glucon is a development stage company developing glucose monitoring devices for the diabetes market. The Glucon devices will provide continuous, accurate, and real-time glucose monitoring, for clinical and personal use. Glucon devices are based on a novel Photoacoustic (optical and sound-based) technology protected by several granted and pending patents, and intended to be incorporated into a small, conveniently wearable instrument (the Personal Device). The company has shown that Photoacoustics, a unique combinatorial technology, is superior to optics alone, as it attains blood glucose measurements directly from inside the blood vessels and is an improved method both for specificity (identification) and sensitivity (detection of level changes) of the glucose measurement. The company’s desktop prototype device is currently undergoing extensive clinical trials.

RipCode

Series C in 2009
RipCode provides a realtime transcoding software for video clips and streaming. RipCode's technology processes simultaneous transcode paths. This consolidated, high concurrency processing enables RipCode to supplant existing servers and reduce overall hardware, storage and energy use. RipCode supports live mobile video or video on-demand transcoding for mobile and user generated content applications. RipCode enables video to be dynamically transcoded and served to a customer on any screen size as they request it, giving viewers an expansion of content choices while reducing an operator's server hardware, storage and energy use.

Softricity

Series D in 2004
Softricity was a virtualization company that delivered software installed remotely, following users on-demand, enabling high productivity and reducing IT costs. The Softricity Desktop(TM), powered by the SoftGrid(R) Platform & Softricity ZeroTouch(TM), employed the company's patented application virtualization, intelligent on-demand streaming and policy-based management technologies. Softricity was acquired in July 2006.

Softricity

Series E in 2005
Softricity was a virtualization company that delivered software installed remotely, following users on-demand, enabling high productivity and reducing IT costs. The Softricity Desktop(TM), powered by the SoftGrid(R) Platform & Softricity ZeroTouch(TM), employed the company's patented application virtualization, intelligent on-demand streaming and policy-based management technologies. Softricity was acquired in July 2006.

Synageva BioPharma

Series F in 2009
Synageva is a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to developing and commercializing novel, next generation and follow on protein therapeutics that leverage the unique competitive advantages of their proprietary Synageva Expression Platform (SEPTM).

Peptimmune

Series D in 2008
Peptimmune is a privately held clinical stage biotechnology company focused on utilizing both novel and proven technologies to improve the therapeutic management of chronic autoimmune and metabolic disorders. The company is developing second generation therapeutics that are expected to result in safer and more effective products for obesity, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and pemphigus vulgaris.

SensorLogic

Series B in 2007
SensorLogic provides M2M application hosting and the only PaaS (platform-as-a-service) provider that offers easily customizable M2M solutions with a pre-integrated nation-wide GSM/GPRS network. Customers using Sensorlogic's XpressIQ Service Suite have access to ready-to-use applications for GPS tracking, asset monitoring and control, as well as value-added network services

ITKO

Series B in 2007
The iTKO LISA software suite offers a complete solution for testing Service-Oriented Architectures. Unlike conventional UI- and code-oriented testing tools, LISA was built from the ground up to test the many heterogeneous components and workflows that make up SOA applications.

Softricity

Series C in 2002
Softricity was a virtualization company that delivered software installed remotely, following users on-demand, enabling high productivity and reducing IT costs. The Softricity Desktop(TM), powered by the SoftGrid(R) Platform & Softricity ZeroTouch(TM), employed the company's patented application virtualization, intelligent on-demand streaming and policy-based management technologies. Softricity was acquired in July 2006.

FastScaleTechnology

Series A in 2007
FastScale Technology, Inc. is a privately held company backed by leading venture capital firms including ATA Ventures, Leapfrog Ventures and Hunt Ventures. FastScale was founded to address the urgent market need for more dynamic software infrastructure in large IT organizations. The patent-pending FastScale technology delivers a new generation of software virtualization and provisioning solutions for enterprise-class Web farms and data centers and enables IT organizations to build, manage and deploy complex and dynamic software environments with unparalleled simplicity, flexibility and security while achieving dramatic lifecycle cost savings and server utilization improvement.

SensorLogic

Venture Round in 2010
SensorLogic provides M2M application hosting and the only PaaS (platform-as-a-service) provider that offers easily customizable M2M solutions with a pre-integrated nation-wide GSM/GPRS network. Customers using Sensorlogic's XpressIQ Service Suite have access to ready-to-use applications for GPS tracking, asset monitoring and control, as well as value-added network services

CoreTrace

Series A in 2007
CoreTrace is a privately held company based in Austin, Texas. CoreTrace makes endpoint control and security solutions. The company develops and sells whitelisting solution, BOUNCER. BOUNCER prevents unauthorized applications from executing and neutralizes malware and attacks (e.g., rootkits, zero-day attacks, and memory-based exploits such as buffer overflows).

Telseon

Series B in 2000
Telseon, Inc. is a provider of Internet infrastructure services that will run over optical networks in major metropolitan markets.

IC Mechanics

Series A in 2001
IC Mechanics is changing the way Smart MEMS Sensor ICs are designed, manufactured and employed. Compared to existing MEMS smart sensors, those from IC Mechanics will: Cost less Have higher sensitivity Be capable of higher bandwidth Be of a smaller size and lower mass This is possible through the combination of a novel sensor geometry and manufacturing process that is based on commodity CMOS VLSI wafers. By breaking through current standards for cost, bandwidth, sensitivity, and mass, IC Mechanics' smart sensors will enable the creation of a world of new devices, new applications and new markets. IC Mechanics products will target a wide range of OEMs requiring very low-cost, highly-integrated motion sensing and motion control ICs.

Alert Logic, Inc.

Series E in 2011
Alert Logic, the leader in security and compliance solutions for the cloud, provides Security-as-a-Service for on-premises, cloud, and hybrid infrastructures, delivering deep security insight and continuous protection for customers at a lower cost than traditional security solutions. Fully managed by a team of experts, the Alert Logic Security-as-a-Service solution provides network, system and web application protection immediately, wherever your IT infrastructure resides. Alert Logic partners with the leading cloud platforms and hosting providers to protect over 3,600 organizations worldwide. Built for cloud scale, the Alert Logic patented platform stores petabytes of data, analyses over 400 million events and identifies over 50,000 security incidents each month, which are managed by its 24×7 Security Operations Center. Alert Logic, founded in 2002, is headquartered in Houston, Texas, with offices in Seattle, Dallas, Cardiff, Belfast and London. The company’s products and services include: o SaaS Solutions -Threat Manager – Intrusion Detection -Log Manager – Log Management & SIEM -Web Security Manager – Web Application Firewall -ScanWatch – Vulnerability Assessment -Amazon Web Services Cloud Security - Intrusion Detection for AWS o Managed Security Services -ActiveWatch & ActiveWatch Premier -LogReview Alert Logic was founded in 2002. For more information, please visit http://www.alertlogic.com

Peptimmune

Series D in 2008
Peptimmune is a privately held clinical stage biotechnology company focused on utilizing both novel and proven technologies to improve the therapeutic management of chronic autoimmune and metabolic disorders. The company is developing second generation therapeutics that are expected to result in safer and more effective products for obesity, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and pemphigus vulgaris.

FastScaleTechnology

Series B in 2009
FastScale Technology, Inc. is a privately held company backed by leading venture capital firms including ATA Ventures, Leapfrog Ventures and Hunt Ventures. FastScale was founded to address the urgent market need for more dynamic software infrastructure in large IT organizations. The patent-pending FastScale technology delivers a new generation of software virtualization and provisioning solutions for enterprise-class Web farms and data centers and enables IT organizations to build, manage and deploy complex and dynamic software environments with unparalleled simplicity, flexibility and security while achieving dramatic lifecycle cost savings and server utilization improvement.

ZenZui

Series A in 2007
ZenZui a new mobile browser that aims to make surfing the web on your mobile device easier through widgets. The application that lets you surf over a 6×6 grid of website widgets by panning and zooming around the grid. Each of the widgets is a mobile optimized version of a website you interact with by zooming into it.

Keibi Technologies

Series B in 2007
Keibi Technologies provides solutions for the moderation and classification of user generated content (UGC). The company seeks to provide online communities with the ability to quickly rid their network of low-value, inappropriate content while increasing inventory and improving their revenue opportunity. Keibi provides both web-based moderation solutions for customer service teams as well as turnkey moderation services so customers can completely outsource their moderation needs. Keibi helps the growing number of companies leveraging UGC — social networks, consumer brands, and advertisers — to protect their brands and improve advertising revenue. Our customers benefit from better member experiences, higher monetization of content, and increased moderator productivity.

Innography, Inc.

Series A in 2008
Innography delivers a correlation, visualization, and collaboration analytics software platform that enables companies to fully manage, protect, and exploit patent portfolios. It focuses on answering IP questions more quickly, more accurately, and more insightfully than was possible before. Every feature and visualization is designed to solve a business need, not just present pretty graphs or list out reams of data. Innography was launched on 2006 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

RipCode

Series A in 2006
RipCode provides a realtime transcoding software for video clips and streaming. RipCode's technology processes simultaneous transcode paths. This consolidated, high concurrency processing enables RipCode to supplant existing servers and reduce overall hardware, storage and energy use. RipCode supports live mobile video or video on-demand transcoding for mobile and user generated content applications. RipCode enables video to be dynamically transcoded and served to a customer on any screen size as they request it, giving viewers an expansion of content choices while reducing an operator's server hardware, storage and energy use.

Athenix

Series C in 2006
Athenix is a leader in agricultural and industrial biotechnology. They have built the infrastructure necessary to discover new genes and to develop them into products that meet real customer needs.

RipCode

Series B in 2007
RipCode provides a realtime transcoding software for video clips and streaming. RipCode's technology processes simultaneous transcode paths. This consolidated, high concurrency processing enables RipCode to supplant existing servers and reduce overall hardware, storage and energy use. RipCode supports live mobile video or video on-demand transcoding for mobile and user generated content applications. RipCode enables video to be dynamically transcoded and served to a customer on any screen size as they request it, giving viewers an expansion of content choices while reducing an operator's server hardware, storage and energy use.

Ontela

Series A in 2006
Ontela provides technology infrastructure to wireless carriers that allows consumers to unlock the photos in their camera phones. Ontela's PicDeck technology has been certified by 30 operators including Verizon, T-Mobile, and Alltel on more than 100 handsets. It is also available preinstalled on devices from all five of the top global handset manufacturers. Ontela is headquartered in Seattle and is backed by Steamboat Ventures, Hunt Ventures, Voyager Capital, and Oak Investment Partners.

IntraLuminal Therapeutics

Venture Round in 2002
IntraLuminal Therapeutics is a medical device company provides products for the interventional cardiologist and radiologist to cross and recanalize totally occluded arteries. The company’s platform technology has therapeutic application for various cardiovascular, surgical, neurological, carotid, and men’s and women’s health procedures. IntraLuminal Therapeutics was founded in 1997 and is based in Carlsbad, California.

MetaCarta

Series C in 2005
MetaCarta provides geographic search and referencing solutions. They offers MetaCarta geographic search and referencing platform, which provides components, such as GeoTag that identifies geographic references contained in a document.