Venrock

Venrock, formerly known as Venrock Associates, is a VC firm founded in 1969 as the venture capital arm of the Rockefeller Family. Venrock specialises in seed and first round investments. Sectors of interest include information technology, healthcare, media, energy, emerging technologies and life sciences.

Brian D. Ascher

Partner

Fred Aslan

VP

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Shelby Barada

Investor

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Harry Barber

Investor

Ethan Batraski

Partner

Nick Beim

Partner

Alon Bonder

VP

Racquel N. Bracken

Partner

Colin Cahill

VP

Eliot Coffey

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Paul Dossa

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Tony Evnin

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Steve Goldberg

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Steven D. Goldby

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Andrew Gottesdiener

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Todd Graham

VP

Lisa Harris

CFO

Karim Helmy

VP

Bob Kocher

Partner

Bong Koh

Partner

Christy Lawrence

VP of Finance

Mariana Mihalusova

VP

Nicole Pack

VP of Marketing

Bryan Roberts

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Alex Rosen

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Camille Samuels

Partner

Nimish Shah

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Mike Tyrrell

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Andy Wardle

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790 past transactions

Dstillery

Series A in 2008
Dstillery, Inc. develops a digital intelligence platform for brands and media partners. The company provides brand-specific and cross-channel marketing solutions, including awareness, familiarity, consideration, selection, and retention solutions; and Dscover Maps, a geospatial insights tool that provides a detailed view into market composition by geography or location. Its platform captures mobile location insights and infuses with desktop behaviors to optimize across mobile, desktop, and video channels. The company serves customers in the United States. Dstillery, Inc. was formerly known as Media6Degrees Inc. and changed its name to Dstillery, Inc. in September 2013. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in New York, New York.

Ariosa Diagnostics, Inc.

Series B in 2010
Ariosa Diagnostics, Inc. (formerly Aria Diagnostics (formerly known as Tandem Diagnostics)), a San Jose, Calif.-based molecular diagnostics company.

New Era of Networks

Series B in 1995
New Era Technologies is a U.S.-based R&D technology company. The company develops markets and supports application integration software and provides application integration services. The company’s main product is NeoNet, software that facilitates the rapid and efficient deployment and ongoing maintenance of application integration across the enterprise. The company was acquired by Sybase in 2001. The company was founded in 1995 and is based in Colorado.

GENBAND

Series C in 2007
GENBAND is a global supplier of IP gateways, session border controllers and FMC security solutions. These high-performance, high-security gateway solutions are at the center of fixed and mobile networks around the globe, evolving, securing and improving communications networks.

Pharvaris B.V.

Series B in 2019
Pharvaris is a clinical-stage company focused on bringing an oral bradykinin B2 receptor antagonist to patients. By targeting this clinically proven therapeutic target with novel small molecules, we are progressing new alternatives to injected therapies for all sub-types of hereditary angioedema (HAE) and other B2 receptor-mediated indications. PHA121, Pharvaris’ lead drug candidate, is a novel and potent small-molecule bradykinin B2 receptor antagonist currently under Phase 1 clinical study. The co-founders of Pharvaris include an inventor of icatibant and the leadership from Jerini AG that developed icatibant for the treatment of HAE, now sold by Takeda under the brand name Firazyr®.

Keyotee

Venture Round in 2001
Keyotee is a ab-less company, develops solutions based on custom chips and system level boards to serve as evaluation platforms.

Aledade

Series B in 2017
Aledade, Inc. provides services to primary care physicians to form and operate accountable care organizations (ACO) in the United States. It offers primary care providers access to data analytics, user-friendly guided workflows, regulatory expertise, payer relationships, and local support from attentive experts. The company also provides 360° practice support, workflow optimization, ACO governance, policy expertise, and contracting support services. It serves small practices, large practices, FQHCS/community health centers, and multispecialty groups. Aledade, Inc. was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Bethesda, Maryland.

Mythic Therapeutics

Venture Round in 2020
Mythic Therapeutics is a biotechnology company focused on a new generation of groundbreaking cancer therapeutics. The company is pioneering a powerful protein engineering-focused approach to improving the effectiveness of antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) and other antibody-based therapeutics. Their technology dramatically increases therapeutic potency without compromising safety, thereby unlocking the full potential of targeted therapies against a broad array of tumor targets. Mythic Therapeutics was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Waltham, MA, USA.

SocialShield

Series A in 2010
SocialShield offers patent-pending tools that give parents a 360° view of their kids' social networking activities. SocialShield offers live support, a cyberbullying promise, and active reputation management assistance.

Prevoty

Series D in 2008
Imperva provides activity monitoring, real-time protection, and risk management solutions for critical business data and applications. Imperva is a leading provider of cybersecurity solutions that protect business-critical data and applications in the cloud and on-premises It was founded by Shlomo Kramer, Amichai Shulman and Mickey Boodaei in 2002 and is based in Redwood Shores, California.

GENBAND

Series D in 2008
GENBAND is a global supplier of IP gateways, session border controllers and FMC security solutions. These high-performance, high-security gateway solutions are at the center of fixed and mobile networks around the globe, evolving, securing and improving communications networks.

M:Metrics

Venture Round in 1997
M:Metrics develops and provides marketing and media intelligence software solutions for the mobile medium. Its products suite connects mobile consumer behavior, content merchandising, and device capabilities to provide mobile market intelligence.

Simple Star

Seed Round in 2003
Simple Star, Inc. develops and distributes software products and services that help consumers to share memories. The company provides PhotoShow, a photo platform that is used to organize and edit digital photos and video clips into multimedia photo shows, including credits, captions, transitions, special effects, and animations with musical soundtracks, as well as allows users to share photo shows on personal computers, televisions, and handheld devices. It also offers various theme packs that turn photo shows into holiday greetings, graduation celebrations, declarations of love, and patriotic celebrations. The company also provides an online service to make and post photo shows on the Web. It provides its products through its partners, including cable companies, digital media software providers, online photo service providers, retailers with photo finishing services, and hardware manufacturers. Simple Star, Inc. was formerly known as Noize Play, Inc. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of April 24, 2008, Simple Star, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Sonic Solutions (NasdaqNM:SNIC).

Stride Health, Inc.

Series B in 2017
Stride Health, Inc. operates a health benefits platform that allows independent workers and part-time employees to select and enroll in affordable health coverage. It offers dental plans, drive plans, and doctor and prescription insurance plans. The company serves customers in the United States. Stride Health, Inc. was formerly known as Covered, Inc. and changed its name to Stride Health, Inc. in March 2013. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Market Realist, Inc.

Series A in 2014
Market Realist, Inc., an early-stage investment information technology company, operates a financial media Website that publishes institutional-quality investment research and analytics. The company publishes research in the areas of earnings reports, Wall Street ratings, price movement observations, mergers/acquisition and event driven, company news and insights/analysis, industry and company overviews, fund analysis, macroeconomic analysis, geopolitical issues, commodities, and partner insights. It helps Fortune 100 customers make knowledgeable investment decisions. Market Realist, Inc. was founded in 2013 and is based in New York, New York.

RelayHealth

Series F in 2004
RelayHealth provides the connectivity and solutions that enable constituents across healthcare to exchange information securely and conveniently. By connecting patients, providers, pharmacies, payors and pharmaceutical manufacturers, RelayHealth offers real-time solutions to streamline interactions throughout healthcare. The net result: improved care, faster access, lower costs and enhanced bottom lines.
Check Point Software Technologies and its subsidiaries develop, market, and support a range of software and hardware products, and services for information technology security worldwide. The company's products include firewall and VPN security gateways and appliances; dedicated security gateways, including secure remote access solutions and intrusion detection and... see more prevention systems; endpoint security comprising integrity products and SecureClient products, as well as ZoneAlarm security suite; data security products, such as Pointsec PC disk encryption, Pointsec for mobile devices, and Pointsec removable media product family; and security management solutions, which consist of SmartCenter, Eventia, Provider-1, and Security Management Portal. Check Point's products provide protection for network perimeter that enables authorized users to access network resources and to detect and thwart attacks; against internal threats protecting customers' networks and endpoints from the threats; for Web-based communications allowing remote and mobile employees to securely connect to their organizations' networks through Web browser; for network endpoints with security solutions that address the risks posed by hackers, worms, spyware, and other threats to the internal and remote computers; for data security protecting corporate information stored on mobile computing devices, such as laptops, PDAs, smartphones, and removable media, and controlling data that traverses through security gateways. The company serves enterprises, service providers, small and medium-sized businesses, and consumers. It has strategic relationships with Crossbeam Systems, Inc.; Dell, Inc.; Hewlett-Packard Co.; International Business Machines Corporation (IBM); Nokia Corporation; Nortel Networks Corp.; Siemens AG; and Sun Microsystems, Inc. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Pearl

Series A in 2016
Pearl is dedicated to bringing the latest advanced driver assistance features to all drivers on the road today. Products created by the team at Pearl leverage the very same technologies that are the building blocks of the autonomous vehicle. By deploying these features in the aftermarket, Pearl enables more consumers to have access to these key technologies.

Digital Railroad

Series B in 2007
[Digital Railroad](http://www.digitalrailroad.net/) provides web applications and services for buyers and sellers of professional stock photography. Digital Railroad provides the technology and tools for artists to create their own brand. Within the Digital Railroad network, photographers have their own branded searchable archive. Digital Railroad also provides a personal workspace for buyers. When buyers sign in to Digital Railroad, they can do a search that spans across every archive. Buyers can access to selected images from different archives by using their unique workspace. Digital Railroad is the only platform that gives a buyer one personal workspace to manage images from hundreds of different branded archives. Photographers or agents always retain their brand and they can syndicate images to multiple different agencies by using Digital Railroad. The company ceased operations on October 28, 2008. Source:[MacTribe]( http://www.mactribe.com/articlenews.asp?ArticleId=108)

Astronomer, Inc.

Series A in 2020
Astronomer’s mission is to help organizations realize the potential of Apache Airflow. Building on the foundation of Astronomer Cloud, the market-leading Airflow as a Servic offering, Astronomer is developing new standards of scale, performance, and reliability and leading the way to enterprise-grade Airflow.

Zeltiq Aesthetics

Series C in 2008
Zeltiq (pronounced Zel ′teek) Aesthetics, founded in 2005, is a science-based medical device company dedicated to the development of non-invasive procedures for the reduction of unwanted fat tissue. The Zeltiq approach utilizes a patented method called Cryolipolysis™ (the use of precisely controlled cooling to remove fat) that is designed to target only fat cells and not harm the skin or other tissue. The Zeltiq device is cleared by the FDA in the Unites States for various applications related to skin cooling during dermatologic treatments.
Check Point Software Technologies and its subsidiaries develop, market, and support a range of software and hardware products, and services for information technology security worldwide. The company's products include firewall and VPN security gateways and appliances; dedicated security gateways, including secure remote access solutions and intrusion detection and... see more prevention systems; endpoint security comprising integrity products and SecureClient products, as well as ZoneAlarm security suite; data security products, such as Pointsec PC disk encryption, Pointsec for mobile devices, and Pointsec removable media product family; and security management solutions, which consist of SmartCenter, Eventia, Provider-1, and Security Management Portal. Check Point's products provide protection for network perimeter that enables authorized users to access network resources and to detect and thwart attacks; against internal threats protecting customers' networks and endpoints from the threats; for Web-based communications allowing remote and mobile employees to securely connect to their organizations' networks through Web browser; for network endpoints with security solutions that address the risks posed by hackers, worms, spyware, and other threats to the internal and remote computers; for data security protecting corporate information stored on mobile computing devices, such as laptops, PDAs, smartphones, and removable media, and controlling data that traverses through security gateways. The company serves enterprises, service providers, small and medium-sized businesses, and consumers. It has strategic relationships with Crossbeam Systems, Inc.; Dell, Inc.; Hewlett-Packard Co.; International Business Machines Corporation (IBM); Nokia Corporation; Nortel Networks Corp.; Siemens AG; and Sun Microsystems, Inc. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.

EagerPanda, Inc.

Seed Round in 2013
EagerPanda is building a world where all of human knowledge is well organized and easily accessible. The company's platform help educators to build custom online courses, enabling educators to connect and share their content of learning. It was founded in 2016 and is based in Portola Valley, California, United States.
CymaBay Therapeutics is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company located in the San Francisco Bay Area focused on the development and commercialization of proprietary new medicines for important human diseases. We are committed to developing breakthrough medicines that improve the lives of patients and their families. CymaBay was seeded with the assets from an earlier metabolic disease company in which more than $120M was invested to produce a robust pipeline. Arhalofenate is a novel oral small molecule being developed to treat the approximately 1 million gout patients that flare three or more times per year. Gout flares are painful inflammatory episodes caused by crystals of monosodium urate (MSU) that result from excess serum uric acid (sUA). In three Phase 2 studies in gout patients arhalofenate was shown to reduce the incidence and duration of flares while simultaneously lowering sUA. If confirmed in additional clinical studies, arhalofenate’s dual acting profile would be unique since all other urate lowering therapies paradoxically increase flares as they lower sUA over the first 6 to 12 months of treatment. Increased flares lead many patients to stop or avoid treatment leading to progression of disease with pain and suffering, erosion of joint structure and functionality, lost time from work, and increased healthcare costs.

Kyruus

Series C in 2015
Kyruus delivers proven provider search and scheduling solutions that help hospitals and health systems match patients with the providers best suited to care for them. The ProviderMatch suite of solutions—for consumers, access centers, and referral networks—enables a consistent patient experience across multiple points of access, while aligning provider supply with patient demand. The company’s proprietary provider data management platform forms the foundation of its solutions, powering them with accurate data by coupling data processing with administrative applications. Kyruus was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

IP Commerce

Venture Round in 2011
IP Commerce is a privately held software company serving small and medium sized businesses (SMBs). Its flagship solution, Commerce Sync, simplifies accounting for thousands of SMBs, helping business owners realize valuable time savings, increased accuracy, and complete business visibility. The Company is headquartered in Denver, Colorado.

PrintNation.com

Series A in 1999
PrintNation.com is the world's largest printing supplies and equipment Superstore, designed to put money back into the pockets of printers. PrintNation.com features film, plates, paper, chemistry, ink, consumables, software, computers, scanners, and imagesetters. From creative to prepress to press to finishing, PrintNation.com has everything needed to run a business. Offering more than 100,000 products from over 1,300 manufacturers, PrintNation.com brings the incredible power of electronic commerce and the Internet to the printing and publishing industry.

Tapioca Mobile

Venture Round in 2008
Tapioca Mobile provides the most efficient, direct way to get rich media (videos, pictures, more) into the hands of mobile phone users. They help content providers move their digital assets from servers onto handsets. They help advertisers reach a whole new base of eyes and ears.

Into Networks

Venture Round in 2000
Into Networks has developed the industry's leading platform for providing consumers with immediate access to CD-ROM software and other rich media over broadband networks. With the IntoNet™ content delivery platform, consumers can launch a software title with the click of a mouse - there's no installation, no download and no waiting. Using a rental and subscription model, Into Networks has created an exciting new way to access and experience software.
Akari Therapeutics, Plc, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, focuses on the development and commercialization of treatments for a range of rare and orphan autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. Its lead product candidate is Coversin, a second-generation complement inhibitor that is in Phase II clinical trial for the treatment of autoimmune and inflammatory diseases, including paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria, guillain barré syndrome, and atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome. Akari Therapeutics, Plc is based in London, the United Kingdom.
Biohaven is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company. It has a portfolio of late-stage product candidates targeting neurological diseases, including rare disorders. The company product candidates are based on multiple mechanisms-calcitonin gene-related peptide receptor antagonists, glutamate modulators and myeloperoxidase inhibitor. Its pipeline products include BHV3000-301, BHV3000-302, BHV3000-303, and others.

Allux Medical

Series B in 2005
Allux Medical develops medical devices for the treatment of hyper-reactive airway mucosa. The company, formerly known as MedInvent, Inc., is based in Menlo Park, California. Shut down on Feb, 2009.

Atom Computing

Seed Round in 2018
Atom Computing builds truly scalable quantum computers out of individual atoms. The company's quantum computers use quantum mechanical properties of atoms to process information and solve problems beyond the reach of traditional computers, including drug design, computational chemistry, and more. Atom Computing was founded in 2018 and based in Berkeley, California.

Sapphire Energy, Inc.

Venture Round in 2008
Sapphire Energy, Inc., a venture capital backed company, produces renewable solutions from algae. It uses sunlight, CO2, non-potable water, non-arable land, nutrients, and novel strains of algae in outdoor ponds to produce biomass that can then be converted into high-value oils, aquaculture and animal feeds, fuels, and other valuable products. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in San Diego, California. It has a research and development facility in Las Cruces, New Mexico; and an integrated algal bio refinery in Columbus, New Mexico.

Aria Systems, Inc.

Series E in 2016
Proven by the world's most demanding enterprises, including AAA NCNU, Constant Contact, Falck, Hootsuite, Pitney Bowes, Audi, Adobe, Telekom Denmark, Philips, Roku, and VMware, Aria helps enterprises grow their recurring revenue businesses. Aria helps clients take advantage of each customer-driven event − known as revenue moments − with agile billing, active customer engagement, and the rapid development of new products and services. With Aria's end-to-end active monetization platform, global brands can get to market faster with a wider variety of products and services, while maximizing customer satisfaction, retention, and lifetime value.

Aledade

Series C in 2017
Aledade, Inc. provides services to primary care physicians to form and operate accountable care organizations (ACO) in the United States. It offers primary care providers access to data analytics, user-friendly guided workflows, regulatory expertise, payer relationships, and local support from attentive experts. The company also provides 360° practice support, workflow optimization, ACO governance, policy expertise, and contracting support services. It serves small practices, large practices, FQHCS/community health centers, and multispecialty groups. Aledade, Inc. was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Bethesda, Maryland.

Veridiem Inc

Series B in 2000
Veridiem Inc is an enterprise software company that offers marketing resource management software. It also offers a suite of marketing analysis, operational, and optimization applications for companies in the automotive, consumer package goods, and financial industries. Veridiem Inc also offers implementation, professional, training, and support services. It is based in Maynard, Massachusetts.

Bizo

Series B in 2012
Bizo is how B2B marketers identify and reach their target audiences online. Fueled by Bizo’s audience of more than 120 million professionals around the world, including more than 85% of the U.S. business population, the Bizo Marketing Platform can precisely target business people by specific business demographic criteria. Bizo’s customers use the platform’s data management and targeting capabilities to reach audiences anywhere they travel online and engage those that come to their websites, landing pages, and social channels. Bizo has earned the confidence of more than 600 SMB marketers and large global brands including AMEX, Mercedes Benz, Monster, Salesforce.com, Porsche, Microsoft, AT&T, and UPS who use Bizo to impact every stage of their sales and marketing funnels.

Phononic, Inc.

Series E in 2016
Phononic is a growth stage, semiconductor hardware company commercializing solid-state heat pumps and fully integrated systems that displace compressors, heat sinks, and fans for electronics cooling; residential and commercial refrigeration; and climate control. The company’s disruptive approach combines high-performance solid-state heat pumps integrated into a manufacturing-friendly systems architecture that realizes products that are smart, sustainable, and solid state-driven.

Kineto Wireless

Series A in 2001
Internet protocol-based services and solutions for mobile operators acquired by taqua on the 09-04-2014

Microbia

Series E in 2006
Microbia an industrial biotechnology company, engages in the development, production, and commercialization of specialty ingredients and biomaterials utilizing fermentation technology. Its products include carotenoids, specialty ingredients, biopolymers, and other biomaterials. The company has a strategic alliance with Tate & Lyle Investments, Ltd. to develop and commercialize fermentation-derived renewable ingredients.

Sirna Therapeutics

Venture Round in 2003
The scientific community considers RNA interference the breakthrough biological discovery of the decade with the potential to change how diseases are treated. Sirna Therapeutics is at the forefront of the effort to create RNAi- based therapies and leverage the vast potential of this technology to ultimately treat patients.

Ombud

Series A in 2017
Ombud brings Intelligence to Sales Operations by simplifying and optimizing the content collaboration workflow for sales opportunity management. We enable global clients to predict and repeatedly execute the sales playbook through best practices for content collaboration. Ombud intelligently guides and supports sales representatives and their managers as to what, when and to whom key information needs to be communicated within a sales opportunity. By enabling better productivity, accuracy, and predictability, teams can spend more time selling directly and drive higher revenue.

Abridge

Venture Round in 2000
Abridge is a brand and communication strategy firm that offers creative communication and event planning services to its clients. The company’s range of services include advertising, event planning, consultancy, publishing, and linguistic localization. Abridge was founded in 2011 by Simone Spreafico, Daniele Maggi, Gianluca Longo, and Ugo Cesare Tonelli and is based in Lombardia.

Geron Corporation

Seed Round in 1992
Geron Corporation, a late-stage clinical biopharmaceutical company, focuses on the development and commercialization of therapeutics for hematologic myeloid malignancies. It holds rights to imetelstat, a telomerase inhibitor in Phase 2/3 clinical trials, which inhibits the uncontrolled proliferation of malignant progenitor cells in hematologic myeloid malignancies to reduce dysfunctional blood cell production and enable recovery of normal blood cell production. The company was founded in 1990 and is headquartered in Menlo Park, California.
Vitae Pharmaceuticals is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company building a portfolio of novel, small molecule, best-in-class compounds that address large markets with significant unmet medical needs, including chronic kidney disease, diabetes, atherosclerosis and Alzheimer's disease.

CTERA Networks

Series C in 2014
CTERA enables enterprise IT to provide secure file services from any cloud. Trusted by the Fortune 100 and leading service providers, the CTERA Enterprise File Services Platform is a private cloud IT-as-a-Service platform for storing, syncing, sharing, protecting and governing data across endpoints, remote offices and servers. CTERA was founded by IT security experts in 2008, and is backed by Benchmark Capital, Bessemer Venture Partners, Venrock, Cisco, and Vintage Investment Partners.

Symyx Technologies

Seed Round in 1996
Symyx Technologies engages in the development and application of research technologies and research software for the chemicals, energy, life science, consumer product, and other industries. It offers research services on behalf of collaborative partners. The company also provides Symyx Tools, which include high-throughput reactors, screening systems, robots, and other analytical equipment. These instruments are integrated with Symyx Software, which facilitates the process of designing, executing, and evaluating research and development. Symyx Technologies licenses automation and data mining applications, as well as ELN software. Its Symyx Software enhances experiment design, laboratory automation, data capture, data analysis and visualization, and data communication in high-throughput and traditional research environments.

Vocera Communications

Series D in 2003
Vocera provides mobile communication solutions addressing critical communication challenges facing hospitals today. They help their customers improve patient safety and satisfaction, and increase hospital efficiency and productivity through their Voice Communication solution, Secure Messaging applications and Care Transition solutions. Exclusively endorsed by the American Hospital Association, the Vocera solutions are installed in more than 800 hospitals and healthcare facilities worldwide. The company is headquartered in San Jose, Calif., with offices in Tennessee, Canada and the United Kingdom.

CipherMax

Series A in 2001
CipherMax, Inc. provides enterprise-class storage security solutions for securing information assets and achieving compliance with government regulations. The company offers CipherMax CM140T, a storage security system for tapes that provides line-speed encryption processing and centralized security administration solutions for legacy and LTO-4 drives. It also provides CipherMax CM180D, a compact storage security system to integrate high performance encryption with SAN access control and 16-ports connectivity for fabric-based protection of sensitive data on disks; CipherMax CM250, an enterprise storage security system to integrate into existing SANs with 64-ports connectivity; and CipherMax CM500, a system for securing disk-based stored data for enterprise data centers with high port count storage environments. In addition, it offers SANCruiser, a secure storage management software for the management of systems, SAN, and security functions in an enterprise storage environment; and KeyCruiser, a key lifecycle management system for the secure administration of data encryption keys. CipherMax, Inc. was formerly known as MaXXan Systems, Inc. and changed its name to CipherMax, Inc. in 2007. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in San Jose, California.

Edgix Corporation

Series A in 2001
Edgix is an Internet content delivery company providing high-speed Edge Services™ to Internet Service Providers (ISPs) worldwide. Edgix was founded in early 1999 by networking pioneers Mark Hurst, Kyle Powell and Drew Major, the co-founders of Novell, and is led by seasoned executives from companies such as Lucent, UUNet and Bell Atlantic Internetworking.

Misty Robotics

Series A in 2018
Misty Robotics, a spinoff of Sphero, is a hardware company that builds personal robots for homes and offices. Based in Boulder, Colorado, Misty Robotics is building the robot for everyone. Misty Robotics’ vision is to put personal robots in every home and office. These robots will be seen and treated as our friends, our teammates, and a part of our families -- performing helpful tasks, providing safety, and interacting with humans in entertaining and friendly ways that have only been seen before in science fiction.

Centocor Ortho Biotech

Seed Round in 1980
Centocor is an integrated biopharmaceutical company developing monoclonal antibody-based products for cardiovascular and autoimmune diseases, cancer and inflammation.

Fiksu

Venture Round in 2010
For over a decade, Fiksu has been uniting the industry’s largest proprietary datasets with powerful optimization and segmentation tools helping performance-driven marketers target specific audiences more likely to engage with their product on mobile or the web. BidMind represents an evolution of these algorithms applied in the CTV environment.

GENBAND

Venture Round in 2005
GENBAND is a global supplier of IP gateways, session border controllers and FMC security solutions. These high-performance, high-security gateway solutions are at the center of fixed and mobile networks around the globe, evolving, securing and improving communications networks.

PROPS

Venture Round in 2017
PROPS is a new cryptocurrency that grants access to features, content and status across media apps that share a currency and identity layer, and whose users benefit from the PROPS rewards pool.
Semtek Corporation has been a leader in magnetics technology since 1999, serving large public and private sector clients who require secure data capture components for their fixed-base and wireless devices. Since 2004, Semtek has been focused on resolving the security deficiencies of magnetic stripe based payment systems and is playing an increasingly central role in the development of end to end security architectures for merchants and payment processors.

Transonic Combustion

Series B in 2008
Founded in 2006, Transonic Combustion's TSCi™ fuel injection systems provide global automotive manufacturers with high efficiency fuel delivery technology for their modern engine platforms. The company is backed by Venrock, Khosla Ventures, Rustic Canyon, and Saints Capital. Transonic Combustion is headquartered in Camarillo, Calif.

Interos

Series C in 2021
Interos is a supplier of AI and SaaS-delivered supply chain risk management (SCRM) solutions to the US Federal Government and the private sector. The core of Interos' solution is the aggregation and analysis of large data sets to identify relationships, patterns, and correlations with the goal of producing predictive and prescriptive insights for our customers to assess, monitor, and enhance resiliency and mitigate risk in their business eco-systems. As eco-systems consist of supply chains, partnerships and business alliances, a change in any of these relationships can produce unknown and unexpected business risks and ripples effects. The platform provides Eco-system Maps, Supplier Risk Assessments, Scoring, and Continuous Monitoring. Founded in 2005, Interos is headquartered in Arlington, Virginia.

REGENXBIO

Series C in 2015
REGENX Biosciences, LLC, a biopharmaceutical company, develops therapeutics and research tools based on adeno-associated viral (AAV) vectors. The company offers NAV, a gene delivery technology that includes recombinant adeno-associated viral vectors. Its technology is used for the treatment of metabolic disorders, muscle diseases, hematologic disorders, ocular diseases, and neurodegenerative disorders; and clinical trails in therapeutic areas, such as inherited diseases, CNS disorders, heart failure, and vaccines. The company also offers reagent services for various applications, including molecular therapies, understanding biological activity and target validation, creating disease models and screening in vivo, and genome-wide association studies. In addition, it offers custom products and services, including AAV plasmids, AAV Vector reporter systems, and custom AAV vectors to the researchers. The company is based in Washington, District Of Columbia.

SmartBiz, Inc.

Series A in 2010
SmartBiz, Inc., doing business as SmartBiz Loans, develops and operates an online lending platform for applying and processing small business loans. Its platform allows banks to offer small business credit products; and businesses to access low-cost funds. The company offers online software that systematizes and automates small business loan underwriting and origination, including application management, document capture with real-time notifications, automated underwriting, decisioning, online file audit, and closing. Further, the company provides banks with services, including marketing, operational, compliance, and bottom line functionalities. The company caters to commercial real estate, debt refinance, and working capital sectors. The company was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. SmartBiz, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Better Finance, Inc.

Percipient.ai Inc.

Series B in 2019
Percipient.ai is a provider of an artificial intelligence advanced analytics platform designed to provide solutions for Intelligence and U.S. National Security. The company's products offer geo-correlated multi-source intelligence using computer vision to accelerate understanding of unstructured data at speed and scale, providing its clients with human and machine teaming in time-sensitive missions and global business environments.
BCD Semiconductor Corp. markets and sells analog and mixed signal interface circuits. Its products include linear regulator interface circuits, AC/DC and DC/DC switching converters, standard linear interface circuits, motor drivers, and audio power amplifiers. BCD Semiconductor Corp. is based in Fremont, California. BCD Semiconductor Corp. operates as a subsidiary of BCD Semiconductor Manufacturing Limited.

Microbia

Series B in 2000
Microbia an industrial biotechnology company, engages in the development, production, and commercialization of specialty ingredients and biomaterials utilizing fermentation technology. Its products include carotenoids, specialty ingredients, biopolymers, and other biomaterials. The company has a strategic alliance with Tate & Lyle Investments, Ltd. to develop and commercialize fermentation-derived renewable ingredients.

Vividon, Inc

Series B in 2000
Vividon, formerly known as Exotec, develops scalable, turnkey content distribution servers which enable the delivery of multimedia content and services. Its Delivery Server (CDS) is used by broadband ISPs and network service providers in optimizing the delivery of streaming video and audio.

Cloudflare

Series D in 2015
Cloudflare is a computer service provider and network security company that protects and accelerates the Internet application development.

Intarcia Therapeutics

Debt Financing in 2010
Intarcia Therapeutics is a biopharmaceutical company that develops therapies for diseases that require long-term chronic treatment. It offers DUROS, a drug delivery platform that stabilizes and delivers therapeutic proteins and peptides. Intarcia Therapeutics' products include OMEGA DUROS, an interferon delivery device for treating Hepatitis C and ITCA 650, a delivery device that provides type 2 diabetes patients with long-term steady state dosing of an incretin mimetic therapy. Additionally, it develops programs for treating obesity. David Franklin, James M. Ahlers, and Thomas Alessi founded BioMedicines in 1997 that became Intarcia Therapeutics in September 2004. Its headquarters is in Hayward in California with an additional office in Mountain View in California.

CipherMax

Series D in 2004
CipherMax, Inc. provides enterprise-class storage security solutions for securing information assets and achieving compliance with government regulations. The company offers CipherMax CM140T, a storage security system for tapes that provides line-speed encryption processing and centralized security administration solutions for legacy and LTO-4 drives. It also provides CipherMax CM180D, a compact storage security system to integrate high performance encryption with SAN access control and 16-ports connectivity for fabric-based protection of sensitive data on disks; CipherMax CM250, an enterprise storage security system to integrate into existing SANs with 64-ports connectivity; and CipherMax CM500, a system for securing disk-based stored data for enterprise data centers with high port count storage environments. In addition, it offers SANCruiser, a secure storage management software for the management of systems, SAN, and security functions in an enterprise storage environment; and KeyCruiser, a key lifecycle management system for the secure administration of data encryption keys. CipherMax, Inc. was formerly known as MaXXan Systems, Inc. and changed its name to CipherMax, Inc. in 2007. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in San Jose, California.

Intarcia Therapeutics

Series C in 2012
Intarcia Therapeutics is a biopharmaceutical company that develops therapies for diseases that require long-term chronic treatment. It offers DUROS, a drug delivery platform that stabilizes and delivers therapeutic proteins and peptides. Intarcia Therapeutics' products include OMEGA DUROS, an interferon delivery device for treating Hepatitis C and ITCA 650, a delivery device that provides type 2 diabetes patients with long-term steady state dosing of an incretin mimetic therapy. Additionally, it develops programs for treating obesity. David Franklin, James M. Ahlers, and Thomas Alessi founded BioMedicines in 1997 that became Intarcia Therapeutics in September 2004. Its headquarters is in Hayward in California with an additional office in Mountain View in California.

Evident.io, Inc.

Series C in 2017
As of March 26, 2018, Evident.io, Inc. was acquired by Palo Alto Networks, Inc. Evident.io, Inc. develops and offers a software platform for enterprise security management. The company offers cloud security services, including resource visibility, vulnerability assessment, and notifications and alerting; risk and compliance services; and Amazon Web services. Evident.io, Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in Pleasanton, California.

Sunesis Pharmaceuticals

Series B in 1999
Sunesis is an emerging biopharmaceutical company creating new medicines to improve the lives of people with cancer. They are building a pipeline of drugs that selectively block critical mechanisms required for tumor growth and survival. The fight against cancer is an enormous mission that requires an integrated approach fueled by a commitment to innovation.

Surface Logix

Series C in 2002
Surface Logix is a drug development company which uses its expertise in biophysical chemistry to create new small molecule drugs with significantly improved pharmacokinetic (PK) and pharmacodynamic (PD) properties compared with class leaders.
Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, through its subsidiaries, engages in the discovery, development, licensing, manufacturing, marketing, distribution and sale of pharmaceuticals and nutritional products. The company operates in two segments, Pharmaceuticals and Nutritionals. - The Nutritionals segment is operated through the company's subsidiary Mead Johnson Nutrition Company (Mead Johnson). - The Pharmaceuticals segment is made up of the global pharmaceutical and international consumer medicines business.

Newport Media

Series A in 2005
Newport Media is a fabless semiconductor company that develops and sells highly integrated solutions for emerging digital audio and mobile TV broadcasts standards. Market research firm In-Stat forecasts that the market for TV enabled cellular phones will grow to over 80 million units annually by 2010. To optimally address this and other significant market opportunities, Newport Media has assembled a management and development team with comprehensive system semiconductor experience in wireless handset and digital set-top box industries. Newport Media development team leverages its collective experience in these converging industries to develop broadcast multi-media architectures and IC implementations with unprecedented performance, power consumption, size and cost. Newport Media is a member of all major mobile TV industry forums and is an active participant in the international standardization process.

Kenet

Seed Round in 2002
Kenet, Inc., a fabless semiconductor company, develops CMOS analog-to-digital converters. The company's products are used in oscilloscope, USB oscilloscope, digitizer, spectrum analyzer, IF sampling, direct conversion, digital predistortion, cable head end, software-defined radio, and pt-pt microwave radio IF sampling and direct conversion. It offers its products through distributors in Mansfield, Texas; and LaFox, Illinois. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Woburn, Massachusetts with representatives in the United States. As of October 3, 2008, Kenet, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Intersil Corp.

Shape Security, Inc.

Series B in 2013
Shape provides defense against malicious automated cyber-attacks on web and mobile applications. Shape has deflected over $1B in fraud losses for major retailers, financial institutions, airlines, and government agencies. Shape Security is headquartered in Silicon Valley and backed by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Norwest Venture Partners, Venrock, Baseline Ventures, Google Ventures, WING VC and a host of other prominent investors. Shape was founded in 2011 to disrupt automated attacks on web and mobile applications.

Numerated

Series A in 2017
Numerated makes it easy for businesses to purchase financial products from banks. Its digital lending and sales platform allows banks to create convenient digital application, digital account opening, and digital lending experiences enabled by rich data integrations. In addition, Numerated provides credit pre-screening and core data analysis tools to help banks fuel more targeted sales and marketing campaigns. Numerated is chosen by top business banks, including Bremer Bank, Dollar Bank, Eastern Bank, MidFirst Bank, Seacoast Bank, People's United Bank, and more.

Inscripta, Inc

Series C in 2019
Inscripta, Inc. operates as a gene editing technology company. The company engages in developing CRISPR enzymes (MADzymes) for precision gene editing. Inscripta, Inc. was formerly known as Muse Biotechnology, Inc. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Boulder, Colorado. It has additional offices in Pleasanton and San Diego, California.

DecisionPoint Systems

Series A in 2000
DecisionPoint Systems creates the Enterprise Class Solutions that connect your workforce to one another and to your internal enterprise system(s), driving tangible improvements to your operations and bottom line. DecisionPoint Systems, Inc. operates as a data collection systems integrator. It sells and installs mobile devices, software, and related bar coding equipment, as well as provides radio frequency identification solutions (RFID), professional services, and software customization solutions. The company deploys mobile applications for retail stores, warehousing and distribution, manufacturing, transportation and logistics, and field mobility markets. It also provides software for field mobility applications; CASE Tools/Pathfinder, an application development platform; and custom software using Microsoft, .NET framework, and Java. DecisionPoint Systems believes that your mobile workforce is the face of your company and that the impressions they make on your customers are lasting. For over 25 years, DecisionPoint’s reason for being is to empower these workers to make better and faster decisions. Utilizing the industries’ best mobile computing technologies, DecisionPoint designs, develops, deploys and maintains enterprise class mobile computing solutions that connect your mobile workforce to one another as well as your enterprise system(s). Whether your mobile workforce consists of retail store associates, truck driver, field service/ sales associates or delivery personnel, DecisionPoint understands your company’s unique mobile needs and can provide mobile a solution that enhances customer satisfaction and accelerates your business’ growth.

Siftery

Seed Round in 2016
Siftery is a database of sorts where companies list their software stacks. Siftery compares companies with similar stacks and looks for differences to make some recommendations.
Infinity Pharmaceuticals, Inc. engages in the discovery and development of medicines for the treatment of cancer and related conditions in the United States. Its lead product candidate includes IPI-504 (retaspimycin hydrochloride), an intravenously-administered small molecule inhibitor of heat shock protein 90 (Hsp90). The company is conducting an international Phase II clinical trial of IPI-504 in combination with Herceptin in patients with HER2-positive metastatic breast cancer; a Phase II clinical trial of IPI-504 in patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer; and a Phase I clinical trial of IPI-504 in combination with Taxotere in patients with advanced solid tumors. Its products under Phase I clinical trial comprise IPI-493, an orally-delivered inhibitor of Hsp90, in patients with advanced solid tumors; IPI-926 for patients with advanced and/or metastatic solid tumors; and IPI-940, an orally-delivered inhibitor of fatty acid amide hydrolase for the treatment of neuropathic and inflammatory pain. Infinity Pharmaceuticals has strategic alliance agreements with Purdue Pharmaceutical Products L.P. and Mundipharma International Corporation Limited; an agreement with MedImmune, Inc. to develop and commercialize cancer drugs targeting Hsp90 and the hedgehog pathway; and a collaboration agreement with Novartis Institute for BioMedical Research, Inc. to discover, develop, and commercialize drugs targeting Bcl protein family members for the treatment of cancers. The company is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Atom Computing

Series A in 2021
Atom Computing builds truly scalable quantum computers out of individual atoms. The company's quantum computers use quantum mechanical properties of atoms to process information and solve problems beyond the reach of traditional computers, including drug design, computational chemistry, and more. Atom Computing was founded in 2018 and based in Berkeley, California.

LabVelocity

Series B in 2000
LabVelocity is specialized in providing content management, e-business, and e-marketing solutions to suppliers of laboratory research products. Founded in 1999, the company is based in San Francisco, California.

Fate Therapeutics, Inc.

Series A in 2007
Fate Therapeutics is using the fundamental biological mechanisms that guide cell fate to develop stem cell therapeutics. The company has brought together the foremost scientists from the nation's research hotbeds (Boston, San Francisco, San Diego, and Seattle) who have demonstrated the potential to create and modulate stem cells to restore health. The backstory is that while others were working towards therapies based on transplanting stem cell-derived cells into patients, Randall Moon (HHMI and the University of Washington) and Alex Rives (Arch Venture Capitol) envisioned a different approach to develop regenerative therapies. The concept, based on data from hematopoietic progenitor cells, was that one could modulate the properties of stem cells in vivo using small molecules or biologics. They presented this idea to Arch Venture Capitol in Seattle, which launched the company, soon to be joined by other investors.

CrossWorlds Software

Seed Round in 1998
CrossWorlds Software provides business integration software that unites and extends business processes. Its business integration solution comprises pre-built solutions that includes process integration modules and connectivity to packaged and legacy applications; business objects to support common business processes; and a toolset for integrating custom and legacy systems. These solutions help businesses work more efficiently with customers and suppliers through end-to-end business processes. In May, the company entered into an alliance agreement with Solutions Consulting.

Pharvaris B.V.

Series C in 2020
Pharvaris is a clinical-stage company focused on bringing an oral bradykinin B2 receptor antagonist to patients. By targeting this clinically proven therapeutic target with novel small molecules, we are progressing new alternatives to injected therapies for all sub-types of hereditary angioedema (HAE) and other B2 receptor-mediated indications. PHA121, Pharvaris’ lead drug candidate, is a novel and potent small-molecule bradykinin B2 receptor antagonist currently under Phase 1 clinical study. The co-founders of Pharvaris include an inventor of icatibant and the leadership from Jerini AG that developed icatibant for the treatment of HAE, now sold by Takeda under the brand name Firazyr®.

PGP Corporation

Series B in 2005
PGP Corporation provides email and data encryption software solutions for enterprises, businesses, and governments.

FutureDial, Incorporated

Seed Round in 2001
FutureDial, Incorporated provides device processing solutions for the corporate mobile device supply chain. Its solution modules include asset tracking that automatically and simultaneously reads connected mobile devices; data clearing and sanitization with plug-and-play refurbishment processing for multiple mobile devices simultaneously; functional testing a time-saving solution for testing the functionality of mobile device hardware; iOS accelerator suite that increases the productivity of Apple devices; iOS software distributor, which offers an automated solution that pushes software updates to each and every machine in the fleet; and Side Loading solution that works independently or integrates with other solutions to provide with a single-point seamless process. The company also offers unit identification, data content check, lost-stolen verification, activation lock verifications, contract eligibility verification, software/firmware updates, factory setting reset/refurbishment, and seamless integration, as well as reporting, analytics, and audit trail solutions. In addition, it provides consulting, customization, integration, and training services. The company serves mobile device recyclers, reverse logistic companies handling mobile devices, wireless operators, and mobile device manufacturers. FutureDial, Incorporated was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.

Salsify

Series D in 2018
Salsify is an e-commerce software startup that empowers brands by providing tools to track and analyze inventories, presentation, and sales of goods on digital shelves. It offers its Commerce Experience Management (CommerceXM), a platform that combines Product Experience Management (Integrated PIM, DAM, and Experience Builder) with commerce capabilities designed to enable sales both across retailer and distributor channels as well as marketplaces, social commerce, and direct-to-consumer (D2C) sites. The company is backed by Venrock, Matrix Partners, Greenspring Associates, Underscore VC, North Bridge, and Warburg Pincus. Jason Purcell, Jeremy Redburn, and Rob Gonzalez incorporated Salsify in Boston, Massachusetts in 2012.

Workframe

Series A in 2016
Workframe is the only workflow optimization solution purpose-built for the commercial real estate (CRE) industry. Our intuitive, web-based software application helps large corporate tenants, landlords, brokers and service providers gain unprecedented visibility into their workflow, and presents them with actionable data that can be leveraged to drive efficiency and cost savings. 

Idun Handel & Industri AB

Seed Round in 1995
IDUN Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, engages in the discovery and development of human therapeutics to control apoptosis. Its products under Phase 2 and preclinical trials include drugs for liver disease, CNS diseases, inflammation, and cancer, as well as IDN-6556 for the treatment of liver diseases in patients infected with Hepatitis C virus. The company was founded in 1993 and is based in San Diego, California. As of July 30, 2010, IDUN Pharmaceuticals, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Conatus Pharmaceuticals Inc.

VLSI Technology

Seed Round in 1980
VLSI Technology (acquired by Philips Semiconductors, now NXP) was a leading supplier of custom semiconductors (ASICS) and PC chipsets.

Bungee Labs

Series B in 2006
Bungee Labs is the company behind Bungee Connect, a web-based Ajax environment for creating interactive web applications. The goal of the product is to allow developers to "efficiently create and instantly deliver rich web applications for the small-to-medium business market." This is done by providing an online environment where developers and clients don't have to install anything. Bungee Connect also automates SOAP and REST based web services. Once projects are complete, developers can easily deploy their applications on Bungee Connect's grid servers.

INRIX

Series B in 2006
INRIX, Inc. offers real-time, historical, and predictive traffic information solutions. It offers services, such as INRIX Connected Services, a suite of content services providing navigation OEMs and location-based service application developers with private label and go-to-market solutions for in-vehicle, PND, wireless phone, and other connected devices; INRIX Total Fusion, a traffic data service that combines real-time, predictive, and historical traffic information; INRIX Real-Time Flow that helps to develop real-time traffic data and traffic speed maps; and INRIX Nationwide Traffic Alerts that provides real-time congestion alerts for freeways, highways, and arterials. The company also provides INRIX Real-Time Incidents that provides real-time reporting of traffic incidents, including accidents, construction, and events, such as sports games. In addition, it offers traffic information technology for arterials, city streets, and secondary roads. The company offers solutions for automotive, Internet, mobile, portable navigation devices, transportation and logistics, and public sectors. Inrix, Inc. has strategic partnerships with ARC Transistance, Clear Channel, deCarta, Microsoft, OPIS, Tele Atlas, TNO, and ITIS Holdings, PLC. INRIX, Inc. was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Kirkland, Washington.

Rebellion Defense, Inc.

Venture Round in 2021
Rebellion Defense, Inc. develops software products using artificial intelligence and machine learning that serves the missions of national defense for the United States, United Kingdom, and its allies. Its products analyze, secure, and transport national security and defense data. The company was incorporated in 2019 and is based in Washington, District Of Columbia with additional offices in Seattle and London.

Spirox

Series B in 2015
Spirox is a California-based medical device company improving the quality of life for patients suffering from nasal obstruction. They are formerly known as Nasoform. Their first product, the LATERA absorbable nasal implant is designed to address one of the most common, yet undertreated, causes of nasal obstruction today, nasal valve collapse (NVC). The company intends to use the funds to complete development, seek US marketing authorization, and initiate product commercialization. Spirox was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Menlo Park, California.

Threadbox

Seed Round in 2009
Threadbox, formerly CC:Betty, is currently in public beta. Just cc betty@ccbetty.com on any email, and "she" will create a mailspace for your entire email thread. She'll parse important things such as dates, times, people, places, files and format them all in one place. It saves people time and eliminates confusion in group email.

InstallShield Software Corporation

Private Equity Round in 1998
InstallShield Software provides professional Windows software installation and development tools.Provider of software installation solutions for independent software vendors and corporate IT systems administrators. The company's products run on Windows and Mac operating platforms.

Xtime

Series B in 2001
Xtime is the leading provider of hosted Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Scheduling software for automotive service departments in North America. Xtime has over 3,000 dealerships, registered over 1 Million customers and processes over 1 Million appointments a month. Xtime is the exclusive or preferred provider for many of the leading global automotive manufacturers, including Lexus, Toyota Canada, Toyota US, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Infiniti, VW, Audi, Chrysler and Hyundai. Xtime is also the trusted choice for many of the industry's leading dealership groups, including AutoNation, Group 1 Automotive, Sonic Automotive, West Herr, Luther, Ferman and Checkered Flag. Xtime is based in Redwood Shores, California.

Element Biosciences, Inc.

Series A in 2019
Element Biosciences, Inc. develops genetic analysis tools for the research and diagnostic markets. The company provides a disruptive DNA sequencing technology and a sequencing platform, such as surface chemistry, sequencing chemistry, detection, and data analysis. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in San Diego, California.

Structural Dynamics Research Corporation

Venture Round in 1986
Structural Dynamics Research developed computer-aided engineering software and services for designing sophisticated mechanical products.

Hua Medicine

Series D in 2018
Hua Medicine is a clinical-stage, innovative drug development company in China, focused on novel therapies for the treatment of diabetes and CNS disorders. Founded by pharma industry veterans and funded by a premier group of international VC investment firms such as Fidelity Asia, Fidelity Biosciences, ARCH Ventures, Venrock, SAIL and WuXi Ventures, the company has in-licensed from major pharma, world-wide rights to a potential best-in-class, oral drug for the treatment of Type 2 Diabetes which utilizes a novel mechanism of action.

Grand Rounds

Series C in 2015
Grand Rounds’ vision is to create a path to great health and health care, for everyone, everywhere. Founded in 2011, the company provides an employer-based technology solution that connects members and their families to high-quality care. With Grand Rounds, employers get a personalized, high-performance network at scale, while their employees get the tools and support needed to navigate their care on their own terms. Named Rock Health’s 2018 Fastest Growing Company, Grand Rounds helps restore individual health and quality of life, and offers employers lower health care spend and higher employee productivity.

CipherMax

Series C in 2003
CipherMax, Inc. provides enterprise-class storage security solutions for securing information assets and achieving compliance with government regulations. The company offers CipherMax CM140T, a storage security system for tapes that provides line-speed encryption processing and centralized security administration solutions for legacy and LTO-4 drives. It also provides CipherMax CM180D, a compact storage security system to integrate high performance encryption with SAN access control and 16-ports connectivity for fabric-based protection of sensitive data on disks; CipherMax CM250, an enterprise storage security system to integrate into existing SANs with 64-ports connectivity; and CipherMax CM500, a system for securing disk-based stored data for enterprise data centers with high port count storage environments. In addition, it offers SANCruiser, a secure storage management software for the management of systems, SAN, and security functions in an enterprise storage environment; and KeyCruiser, a key lifecycle management system for the secure administration of data encryption keys. CipherMax, Inc. was formerly known as MaXXan Systems, Inc. and changed its name to CipherMax, Inc. in 2007. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in San Jose, California.

Cerulean Pharma

Private Equity Round in 2012
Cerulean Pharma Inc. is a privately-held biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of novel nanotechnology-based therapeutics in the areas of oncology, cardiovascular, autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. The Company has assembled a world-class management team, board of directors and scientific advisory board that collectively have a significant track record of business building, product development and scientific breakthroughs from companies and institutions such as Cubist, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Pfizer, Wyeth, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard Medical School, MD Anderson, Fox Chase Cancer Center and the Arizona Health Center.

Cynapsus Therapeutics

Venture Round in 2015
Cynapsus is a pharmaceutical company that focuses on developing a non-injectable drug for Parkinson’s disease. The company specializes in the fields of healthcare, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and therapeutics. It was founded in 2004 and headquartered in Toronto, Ontario.

Renovis

Series B in 2002
Renovis, Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company developing drugs to treat neurological diseases and disorders. The Company is currently developing products for acute ischemic stroke, for the treatment of neuropathic pain, and for the treatment of acute post-operative pain.
Æglea BioTherapeutics is a biotherapeutic company exploiting the amino acid (AA) dependencies of many tumors by developing novel, human-derived AA-degrading enzymes that have been engineered to have optimized catalytic and biopharmaceutic properties. The metabolic basis of tumor amino acid dependence is fundamentally different from the nutritional needs of normal tissues, creating a vulnerability to selective killing for tumor cells. The company was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas.

Dianon Systems

Venture Round in 1986
Dianon is a provider of urology diagnostic services including prostate, bladder, speciality biopsy services and microhematuria.

Biospect

Series B in 2003
Biospect, Inc. is developing minimally invasive technology for identifying and assaying protein biomarker patterns that reflect and differentiate biological states. The integrated Biospect system consists of proprietary separations, detection and informatics technologies, and is targeted for use in diagnosing and managing disease or drug development. Biospect is backed by Advent Venture Partners, Prospect Venture Partners, Venrock Associates and Versant Ventures and was incubated by Prospect Venture Partners.

FINsix Corporation

Series A in 2012
FINsix Corporation develops power electronic systems. Its product portfolio includes Dart adapters, which are used to charge laptop and USB devices. FINsix Corporation has a strategic partnership with Toyota Industries Corporation. The company was formerly known as OnChip Power Corporation and changed its name to FINsix Corporation in November 2012. FINsix Corporation was incorporated in 2010 and is based in Menlo Park, California.
Ironwood Pharmaceuticals is an entrepreneurial pharmaceutical company, engages in developing and marketing human medicines. It engages in developing a pipeline of clinical candidates in the areas of gastrointestinal diseases, cardiovascular diseases, pain, and inflammation. The company's operationally independent subsidiary, Microbia Inc., engages in developing and commercializing bioprocesses for use in pharmaceuticals, foods, and specialty and industrial chemicals. Ironwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc. was formerly known as Microbia, Inc. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

CardioThoracic Systems

Venture Round in 1995
CardioThoracic Systems designs, develops, and manufactures surgical products and systems for minimally invasive cardiac surgery. The Company's current products are designed to enable the majority of cardiothoracic surgeons, using their existing skills coupled with company-sponsored training, to perform MICS on a beating heart. The OPCAB (Off Pump Coronary Artery Bypass) and MIDCAB (Minimally Invasive Direct Coronary Artery Bypass) procedures eliminate the need for a heart-lung machine, and recent studies indicate that the MICS procedures reduce the trauma, procedural costs and post-surgical complications associated with conventional coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery while providing long-term procedural success rates comparable to CABG surgery. CardioThoracic Systems was founded in 1994 and is based in Cupertino, California. As of November 15, 1999, CardioThoracic Systems, Inc. was acquired by Guidant Corp.

CrowdJustice

Seed Round in 2017
CrowdJustice allows communities to band together to access the courts to protect their communal assets – like their local hospital – or shared values – like human rights. CrowdJustice pages are optimized to collect as many pledges as possible. Millions of pounds have already been raised through CrowdJustice to fund various kinds of legal action.

Altruist

Venture Round in 2021
Altruist is a fintech company that develops a commission-free digital investment platform. The platform is designed to help independent financial advisors grow faster, cut costs, eliminate paperwork, and delight their clients. The company was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in Venice, California.
Chelsea Therapeutics International, Ltd. is a development stage pharmaceutical company that focuses on acquiring, developing and commercializing products for the treatment of a variety of human diseases. The Company is developing a therapeutic agent for the treatment of symptomatic neurogenic orthostatic hypotension (NOH), and related conditions and diseases along with its development of prescription products for multiple autoimmune disorders, including rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, inflammatory bowel disease and cancer. As of December 31, 2009, it was focused on its drug development resources on two clinical stage development projects: droxidopa for symptomatic NOH and other potential indications, and its portfolio of non-metabolized antifolate compounds for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis.

Rebellion Defense, Inc.

Seed Round in 2019
Rebellion Defense, Inc. develops software products using artificial intelligence and machine learning that serves the missions of national defense for the United States, United Kingdom, and its allies. Its products analyze, secure, and transport national security and defense data. The company was incorporated in 2019 and is based in Washington, District Of Columbia with additional offices in Seattle and London.

PowerVision, Inc.

Series C in 2011
As of March 13, 2019, PowerVision, Inc. was acquired by Alcon Laboratories, Inc. PowerVision, Inc. develops fluid-controlled intraocular lens. It offers FluidVision accommodating intraocular lens technology, which restores the vision of youth to middle aged or elderly individuals affected by presbyopia and/or cataracts. The company was incorporated in 2002 and is based in Belmont, California.

Everypoint

Series B in 2006
Everypoint Inc. provides solutions for developing and delivering mobile applications. It offers Nemo, a mobile application ecosystem that enables vector graphics, push notification, synchronization, and content delivery services on mass-market mobile applications and devices. The company offers its products to application developers. Everypoint Inc. was incorporated in 2002 and is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

Bivio Networks

Series A in 2000
Founded in 2000, Bivio Networks is dedicated to providing leading networking products that enable government agencies and service providers to control, monitor, and secure critical network infrastructure. A leader in cyber intelligence, cyber security and network control solutions, Bivio has deployed its products in a wide range of solutions. Bivio’s global customer base includes leading intelligence agencies, military organizations and service providers. Bivio is privately-held and is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area with office locations worldwide. Specialties Cyber Security, Cyber Intelligence, Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Networking Systems, Mass Metadata Extraction and Analysis, Data Retention System, Cyber Investigation, network probe

Orchard Therapeutics plc

Series C in 2018
Orchard Therapeutics plc, a biopharmaceutical company, develops gene therapies for serious and life-threatening rare diseases in the United Kingdom, European Union, and the United States. The company’s gene therapy approach seeks to transform a patient’s hematopoietic stem cells into a gene-modified drug product to treat the patient’s disease through a single administration. It provides Strimvelis, a gammaretroviral-based product for the treatment of adenosine deaminase-severe combined immunodeficiency (ADA-SCID). The company’s clinical development products comprise OTL-101 for the treatment of ADA-SCID; OTL-200 to treat metachromatic leukodystrophy; OTL-103 for the treatment of Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome; OTL-102 for X-linked chronic granulomatous disease; and OTL-300 for transfusion-dependent beta-thalassemia. Its preclinical programs include OTL-203 for mucopolysaccharidosis type I, OTL-201 for mucopolysaccharidosis type MPS-IIIA, and OTL-202 for mucopolysaccharidosis type IIIB. The company was formerly known as Orchard Rx Limited. Orchard Therapeutics plc was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom.

Alimera Sciences, Inc.

Series C in 2008
Alimera Sciences is a pharmaceutical company that specializes in the research, development, and commercialization of prescription ophthalmic pharmaceuticals. They are presently focused on diseases affecting the back of the eye, or retina because these diseases are not well treated with current therapies and will affect millions of people in their aging populations. It was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia.

IDEXX Laboratories

Seed Round in 1984
IDEXX Laboratories, Inc. is a leader in pet healthcare innovation, serving practicing veterinarians around the world with a broad range of diagnostic and information technology-based products and services. IDEXX products enhance the ability of veterinarians to provide advanced medical care, improve staff efficiency and build more economically successful practices. IDEXX is also a worldwide leader in providing diagnostic tests and information for livestock and poultry and tests for the quality and safety of water and milk. Headquartered in Maine, IDEXX Laboratories employs more than 4,900 people and offers products to customers in over 100 countries.

IMlogic

Series B in 2003
IMlogic, Inc. provides enterprise software for instant messaging within the financial services, energy, healthcare, government, media, telecommunications, technology, consumer products, and manufacturing industries. The company’s solutions enable users to secure, deploy, and leverage IM and presence technology for real-time business communications.

Anacor Pharmaceutical

Series E in 2009
Anacor Pharmaceuticals is a biopharmaceutical company that engages in developing small-molecule therapeutics from its boron chemistry platform. It focuses on developing topical applications of its compounds to treat fungal, bacterial, and inflammatory diseases. The company’s primary product candidate, AN2690, is a novel topical antifungal for the treatment of toenail onychomycosis, a fungal infection of the nail and nail bed. It is also developing AN2728, an anti-inflammatory product candidate for the treatment of psoriasis; AN0128, a product candidate that has antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties; and AN2718, which is in preclinical development for the topical treatment of vaginal candidiasis and tineapedis.

Dgraph Labs, Inc.

Seed Round in 2022
Dgraph Labs, Inc. develops and operates a graph database. The company provides low latency solution to serve real time user queries over terabytes of structured data. It offers Slash Enterprise, a fully-managed, serverless solution for enterprises managing workloads with terabytes of data in production that runs on dedicated, multi-zone clusters with availability deployed on AWS, Azure, or GCP. Dgraph Labs, Inc. was founded in 2016 and is based in San Francisco, California.

White Amber

Series A in 2000
White Amber provides non-workforce management solutions. It was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in New York, United States.

Mythic Therapeutics

Series B in 2021
Mythic Therapeutics is a biotechnology company focused on a new generation of groundbreaking cancer therapeutics. The company is pioneering a powerful protein engineering-focused approach to improving the effectiveness of antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) and other antibody-based therapeutics. Their technology dramatically increases therapeutic potency without compromising safety, thereby unlocking the full potential of targeted therapies against a broad array of tumor targets. Mythic Therapeutics was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Waltham, MA, USA.

VirtualEmploy.com

Series A in 2000
VirtualEmploy.com, a newly formed e-procurement company with designs on reshaping the staffing services industry.

Castlight Health

Series D in 2012
Integrated Health Benefits Platform

Quantenna Communications, Inc.

Venture Round in 2014
Quantenna specializes in providing Wi-Fi solutions. Founded in 2006, Quantenna has demonstrated its leadership in Wi-Fi technologies with many industry firsts in the market. Quantenna continues to innovate with the mission to perfect Wi-Fi by establishing benchmarks for speed, range, efficiency, and reliability. Quantenna takes a multidimensional approach, from silicon, a system to software for Wi-Fi networks, and provides solutions for OEMs and service providers worldwide.

Satiety

Series D in 2007
Satiety, Inc. is a medical device company focused on the development of less invasive devices for the treatment of obesity. Obesity is a global health problem, affecting 70 million people in the U.S. and 300 million worldwide, and growth of which is causing increases in obesity-related diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease. Obesity surgery has been shown to be the only long-term effective means of weight loss for morbidly obese patients. Satiety, Inc. was founded in 2000 through a collaboration of medical device incubators Thomas Fogarty Engineering and The Foundry, and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

Socrates AI

Series A in 2019
Socrates AI brings deep expertise in Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing and Human Resources Applications to solve the enterprise's biggest challenges in employee experience, IT security and software engagement.

Mevion Medical Systems, Inc.

Private Equity Round in 2013
Mevion Medical Systems, Inc. develops proton therapy systems for use in the radiation treatment of cancer patients. It serves customers worldwide. Mevion Medical Systems, Inc. was formerly known as Still River Systems, Inc. and changed its name to Mevion Medical Systems, Inc. in October 2011. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Littleton, Massachusetts with additional offices in the United Kingdom, China, and Japan.

DATAllegro

Series B in 2005
DATAllegro is an integrated data warehousing provider.

Singly

Series A in 2012
Today's best apps connect with other apps for + Sharing (virality) + Friending (engagement) + Data (intelligent user experiences) + much more... Whether you're an independent developer, a startup on AngelList, an agency that builds apps for clients or a publisher who is doing more with mobile, Singly's SDKs and products are a solution for you. No more writing custom code for authentication, setting up user tables, syncing and storing data, tackling normalization and search/filtering. Your team gets accelerated time to market, increased focus on product, lowered infrastructure costs, and no more maintenance distractions and overhead. Singly was founded in 2010 and is based in San Francisco. Connect with Singly at www.singly.com and @singly.

Suki AI, Inc.

Series B in 2020
Suki AI, Inc. develops an artificial intelligence enabled voice assistant for doctors and health systems. It offers Suki, a software that helps users in storing electronic health records, searching and retrieving patient data, distilling conversations between patient and doctor into an actionable plan, and ordering prescriptions. The company’s software also enables users to take down notes from doctors and read them. Suki AI, Inc. was formerly known as Robin AI, Inc. and changed its name to Suki AI, Inc. in April 2018. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in Redwood City, California.

ObsEva

Post in 2017
ObsEva SA, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, focuses on the development and commercialization of novel therapeutics for women suffering from reproductive health and pregnancy. The company is developing Linzagolix, an oral gonadotropin-releasing hormone receptor antagonist for the treatment of pain associated with endometriosis and heavy menstrual bleeding associated with uterine fibroids in pre-menopausal women. It also is developing OBE022, an oral and selective prostaglandin F2α, or PGF2α receptor antagonist, as a once daily treatment for preterm labor in weeks 24 to 34 of gestational age; and Nolasiban, an oral oxytocin receptor antagonist to enhance clinical pregnancy and live birth rates in women undergoing in vitro fertilization. The company was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland.

Gazelle, Inc.

Series D in 2011
Gazelle is an e-commerce platform for buying and selling used electronic gadgets. They pay cash for used smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktops and then inspect, certify them, and sell them to consumers looking for a cost-effective way to stay connected. The company was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts with operations in Louisville, Kentucky.

SteelEye Technology

Series B in 2001
SteelEye is a leading provider of data and application availability management solutions for business continuity and disaster recovery. The SteelEye LifeKeeper family of application-focused data replication, high availability clustering and disaster recovery solutions are easy to deploy and operate, and enable enterprises of all sizes to ensure continuous availability of business-critical applications, servers and data.

Niku

Venture Round in 1999
Niku offers information technology (IT) management and governance software solutions. The company offers Clarity, an IT management and governance software solution for product development in the areas of collaboration, project, portfolio, and financial management. Its solution supports bottoms-up projects and program management; and top-down portfolio analysis and management. Niku was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California. As of July 29, 2005, it operates as a subsidiary of CA Technologies.
Mevion Medical Systems, Inc. develops proton therapy systems for use in the radiation treatment of cancer patients. It serves customers worldwide. Mevion Medical Systems, Inc. was formerly known as Still River Systems, Inc. and changed its name to Mevion Medical Systems, Inc. in October 2011. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Littleton, Massachusetts with additional offices in the United Kingdom, China, and Japan.

Shockwave Medical

Series B in 2015
ShockWave Medical, Inc., a medical device company, develops and commercializes intravascular lithotripsy technology to treat calcified plaque in patients with peripheral vascular, coronary vascular, and heart valve diseases. The company offers M5 catheters for treating above-the-knee peripheral artery disease; C2 catheters for treating coronary artery disease; and S4 catheters for treating below-the-knee peripheral artery disease. It serves interventional cardiologists, vascular surgeons, and interventional radiologists through sales representatives and sales managers, and distributors. The company operates in the United States, Germany, rest of Europe, and internationally. ShockWave Medical, Inc. was incorporated in 2009 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.

VeloCloud

Series D in 2017
VeloCloud Networks™, Inc. is the Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN™ company, a Gartner Cool Vendor, the Frost & Sullivan Product Leader in the SD-WAN Solution Market, and a Best of Interop and Best of VMworld winner. The company simplifies branch WAN networking by automating deployment and improving performance over private, broadband Internet and LTE links for today’s increasingly distributed enterprises. VeloCloud SD-WAN includes: a choice of public, private or hybrid cloud network for enterprise-grade connection to cloud and enterprise applications; branch office enterprise appliances and optional data center appliances; software-defined control and automation; and virtual services delivery.

Virdante Pharmaceuticals

Series A in 2009
Virdante Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, develops and commercializes drugs for autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. It offers antibody and Fc-fusion drugs to treat auto-immune diseases. The company was formerly known as Centaurus Pharmaceuticals and changed its name to Virdante Pharmaceuticals, Inc. in April, 2008. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Evident.io, Inc.

Series B in 2016
As of March 26, 2018, Evident.io, Inc. was acquired by Palo Alto Networks, Inc. Evident.io, Inc. develops and offers a software platform for enterprise security management. The company offers cloud security services, including resource visibility, vulnerability assessment, and notifications and alerting; risk and compliance services; and Amazon Web services. Evident.io, Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in Pleasanton, California.

Gazelle, Inc.

Series C in 2010
Gazelle is an e-commerce platform for buying and selling used electronic gadgets. They pay cash for used smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktops and then inspect, certify them, and sell them to consumers looking for a cost-effective way to stay connected. The company was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts with operations in Louisville, Kentucky.

Awarepoint Corporation

Venture Round in 2010
Awarepoint Corporation provides a cloud-based real-time locating system that delivers to track locations. The company offers analytical tools to transform real-time location data into operational intelligence; and managed services that include analysis, configuration, installation, validation, and training. It also provides a Temperature Monitoring System that enables medical facilities to maintain compliance to CDC Vaccines for Children program guidelines and ensure that vaccines are monitored within the recommended temperature range. The company serves clients in healthcare, manufacturing, retail, and other industries. Awarepoint Corporation was formerly known as NeverLost Networks, Inc. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in San Diego, California.

Retail Solutions Inc.

Series B in 2005
Retail Solutions Inc. develops a cloud-based data transformation software for consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturers and retailers. It offers solutions for CPG manufactures, such as business intelligence and reporting, on shelf availability and reporting, data and demand signal management, go to market and in store activities, drive Omni channel success, professional service group, shopper marketing analytics, and data and demand signal management. The company also offers solution for retailers, such as scorecards, professional service group, drive Omni channel success, on shelf availability and alerting, and OSA360 from RSi and crossmark. Retail Solutions Inc. was formerly known as The Tag Tracking Company, Inc. and changed its name to Retail Solutions Inc. in December 2007. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in San Jose, California. As of October 8, 2020, Retail Solutions Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Information Resources, Inc.

Appthority, Inc.

Series B in 2016
Appthority, Inc. develops mobile application security solutions. The company offers MTP, a mobile threat defense solution that protects enterprises from mobile threats to enterprise data and employee privacy. It also provides threat detection, management, and intelligence solutions. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of November 5, 2018, Appthority, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of NortonLifeLock Inc.

Devoted Health

Series B in 2018
Devoted Health is a new healthcare company serving seniors. Aiming to launch Medicare Advantage plans in 2019, their mission is to build a healthcare solution good enough for Mom. They will be devoted to the health and wellness of their members by helping them navigate the health care system with personal guides, by utilizing world-class technology to enable a simplified experience, and by partnering with top providers for better health outcomes.

Starbak

Venture Round in 2006
Starbak is a leading global provider of enterprise video networks and portals that allow organizations to reach employees, partners and customers with "always on" live and on-demand video programming. Starbak's solutions are used by hundreds of companies worldwide, including Fortune 500 corporations, colleges and universities, public schools, hospitals and government agencies. Starbak solutions are available worldwide through a network of value-added resellers and full-service integrators. Starbak is a fully authorized, licensed and certified partner for Microsoft Windows Media.

Pharmacyclics LLC

Pre Seed Round in 1991
Pharmacyclics Inc. is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on discovering and developing innovative small-molecule drugs for the treatment of cancer and immune mediated diseases.

Celladon

Venture Round in 2012
Celladon Corporation, a biotechnology company, develops and manufactures molecular therapies for the treatment of heart failure. Its products include SERCA2a, an enzyme that regulates calcium cycling and contractility in heart muscle cells; and MYDICAR, an enzyme replacement therapy for heart failure. Celladon was founded in 2000 and is based in La Jolla, California.

3Com Corporation

Venture Round in 1982
3Com Corporation was founded in 1979 and provides networking products and solutions to complex networking challenges. The corporation allocates smaller amounts of capital to the private equity sector, and mainly invests in venture capital funds.

Xtime

Venture Round in 2000
Xtime is the leading provider of hosted Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Scheduling software for automotive service departments in North America. Xtime has over 3,000 dealerships, registered over 1 Million customers and processes over 1 Million appointments a month. Xtime is the exclusive or preferred provider for many of the leading global automotive manufacturers, including Lexus, Toyota Canada, Toyota US, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Infiniti, VW, Audi, Chrysler and Hyundai. Xtime is also the trusted choice for many of the industry's leading dealership groups, including AutoNation, Group 1 Automotive, Sonic Automotive, West Herr, Luther, Ferman and Checkered Flag. Xtime is based in Redwood Shores, California.

RedSeal

Series C in 2009
RedSeal develops security risk management (SRM) software and solutions and helps companies eliminate cyber threats. RedSeal was founded in 2004, helps Global 2000 organizations defend their critical digital assets. RedSeal gets ahead of cyber criminals by calculating every possible internal and external “attack path” to the most valuable network assets – before they do. Customers get a prioritized list of the most vulnerable paths to their most valuable assets. More than 200 corporations and government agencies worldwide have RedSealed their networks, including five of the top 50 financial institutions, all of the major security vendors, fifteen of the Fortune 100 retail companies, and a number of US government organizations including the US Army, US Navy, US Postal Service and the FAA. Key commercial customers include Nationwide, Oracle, Cisco and First Data. RedSeal partners with all of the top suppliers of network infrastructure (Cisco, Juniper Networks, Fortinet, Arista, Aruba, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks, F5). Its software integrates with all industry leading security solutions (McAfee, Symantec, Qualys, HP ArcSight, Rapid7, Splunk,Tripwire, MaxPatrol, nMap) as well as with major workflow vendors (ServiceNow, Remedy), providing the most comprehensive validation of network security. RedSeal is backed by prominent venture investors including Venrock, Leapfrog Ventures, Sutter Hill Ventures, JAFCO Ventures, Olympic Venture Partners and In-Q-Tel.

NetObjects

Venture Round in 1996
NetObjects develops and provides web design software and templates. Its products include NetObjects Mosaic, NetObjects Fusion, and NetObjects Fusion Essentials. NetObjects Mosaic is an online application for mobile Website design that uses graphical cues to provide a user experience with unparalleled ease of use. NetObjects Fusion Essentials Free Web Design Software is Web design tool. It is a drag-and-drop Website builder with various tools and components. NetObjects Fusion provides its users with the privacy, control, and ownership of their website. NetObjects was established in 1995 by. Samir Arora, David Kleinberg, Clement Mok, and Sal Arora. It is currently headquarted in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

Suki AI, Inc.

Series C in 2021
Suki AI, Inc. develops an artificial intelligence enabled voice assistant for doctors and health systems. It offers Suki, a software that helps users in storing electronic health records, searching and retrieving patient data, distilling conversations between patient and doctor into an actionable plan, and ordering prescriptions. The company’s software also enables users to take down notes from doctors and read them. Suki AI, Inc. was formerly known as Robin AI, Inc. and changed its name to Suki AI, Inc. in April 2018. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in Redwood City, California.

Mobile Posse

Series A in 2007
Mobile Posse, Inc. provides mobile content discovery solutions that help wireless carriers and device manufacturers capitalize on the mobile advertising economy. It offers First Feed, a mobile content discovery platform on handsets that allows carriers’ customers to opt in to receive engaging daily content; a CRM solution that enables direct customer outreach to resolve issues; and a web portal, which provides engaging default home pages that turn cost centers into profit centers. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Arlington, Virginia with an additional office in New York, New York. As of February 28, 2020, Mobile Posse, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Digital Turbine Media, Inc.

Dollar Shave Club

Series D in 2015
Dollar Shave Club is a lifestyle brand and e-commerce company that invents and delivers smart, affordable products to make lives easier. Through an exclusive R&D process that includes botanicals and chemists, the company makes all its own products at affordable prices. Dollar Shave Club was founded in 2012 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

2Wire

Series B in 1999
2Wire is a San Jose, Calif. provider of broadband service products for companies serving consumers.2Wire is dedicated to developing integrated solutions to deliver broadband service and content throughout the home or small office. Built upon the company's core expertise and continued innovation in software and hardware, 2Wire products enable home and small business users to fully leverage the benefits of broadband. In addition, 2Wire solutions offer service providers with a flexible platform to deliver and manage feature-rich Internet, telephony, entertainment, and other enhanced broadband application services

Zafgen

Series E in 2013
Larimar Therapeutics, Inc. is a clinical-stage biotechnology company focused on developing treatments for complex rare diseases. The company’s lead compound, CTI-1601, is currently being evaluated in a Phase 1 clinical program as a potential treatment for Friedreich’s ataxia, a rare and progressive genetic disease. Larimar also plans to use its intracellular delivery platform to design other fusion proteins to target additional rare diseases characterized by deficiencies in intracellular bioactive compounds.

Phononic, Inc.

Series C in 2013
Phononic is a growth stage, semiconductor hardware company commercializing solid-state heat pumps and fully integrated systems that displace compressors, heat sinks, and fans for electronics cooling; residential and commercial refrigeration; and climate control. The company’s disruptive approach combines high-performance solid-state heat pumps integrated into a manufacturing-friendly systems architecture that realizes products that are smart, sustainable, and solid state-driven.

IDEC Pharmaceuticals

Venture Round in 1986
IDEC Pharmaceuticals develop therapies for the treatment of neurodegenerative, hematologic, and autoimmune diseases. Idec Pharmaceuticals was founded in 1986 by UC-San Diego physician and immunologist Ivor Royston, San Diego bioentrepreneur Howard Birndorf, and Stanford University cancer researchers Ron Levy and Richard Miller. In 2003, Idec Pharmaceuticals was merged with Biogen.

Kyruus

Series D in 2020
Kyruus delivers proven provider search and scheduling solutions that help hospitals and health systems match patients with the providers best suited to care for them. The ProviderMatch suite of solutions—for consumers, access centers, and referral networks—enables a consistent patient experience across multiple points of access, while aligning provider supply with patient demand. The company’s proprietary provider data management platform forms the foundation of its solutions, powering them with accurate data by coupling data processing with administrative applications. Kyruus was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

Arzoon

Venture Round in 2003
Arzoon was founded in September, 1999, by Silicon Valley entrepreneur Farid Dibachi who previously started Diba, a company that pioneered the concept of the Information Appliance and was acquired by Sun Microsystems. In fewer than 10 months Arzoon has employed over 100 transportation and technology experts, and raised $34 million from individual, corporate and leading institutional investors. These include J. W. Seligman Company, Inc., Venrock Associates, Tailwinds Capital Partners 2000 — a venture capital fund of Thomas Weisel Partners LLC, and Garnett Capital. Arzoon's Transportation Management Trading Network™ service automates and synchronizes the full life cycle of processes in the transportation professional's workflow, encompassing procurement, execution, tracking and report generation. Shippers, carriers, customers and suppliers can all utilize their global transportation platform to work together in a networked community. They have created a language of transportation for the Internet that provides standardized processes for interacting with each other across international borders, IT systems and enterprises. As a result, all transportation trading partners can enhance the way they communicate and do business together, improving efficiency, speed and productivity.

Digit Wireless

Series C in 2005
Digit Wireless, operates as a user interface innovation company. It offers Fastap keypad technology solutions that enable to discover, access, and use messaging, mobile data, and voice services. The company licenses its technology to mobile manufacturers and operators. Digit Wireless, Inc. was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts with additional offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, London, and Seoul.

RefleXion Medical

Series B in 2016
RefleXion Medical Inc., a medical equipment company, develops a biologically-guided radiotherapy system (BgRT) for cancer treatment. Its technology allows tumors to continuously signal their location during treatment and potentially revolutionize the practice of radiation oncology. The company’s technology also enables simultaneous treatment of tumors throughout the body, as well as real-time dose adaptation to specific biological characteristics of the tumor. RefleXion Medical Inc. has a strategic collaboration agreement with Telix Pharmaceuticals Limited; and a strategic partnership with HealthMyne Inc. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Hayward, California.

Amino Apps

Series C in 2018
Amino Apps enables people to discover, develop, and express their interests and passions. Founded in 2011, Amino Apps offer a network of communities allowing its users explore and obsess over the things they're into.

CMDTY

Series B in 2021
Waybridge offers a suite of digital tools that targets fundamental inefficiencies in the raw materials supply chain. The company's platform makes supply chains more resilient, more sustainable, more collaborative, and more effective. Waybridge helps customers find new ways to buy, sell, transport, and finance. By making supply chains better, Waybridge builds a bridge to a better world.

SmartBiz, Inc.

Series B in 2011
SmartBiz, Inc., doing business as SmartBiz Loans, develops and operates an online lending platform for applying and processing small business loans. Its platform allows banks to offer small business credit products; and businesses to access low-cost funds. The company offers online software that systematizes and automates small business loan underwriting and origination, including application management, document capture with real-time notifications, automated underwriting, decisioning, online file audit, and closing. Further, the company provides banks with services, including marketing, operational, compliance, and bottom line functionalities. The company caters to commercial real estate, debt refinance, and working capital sectors. The company was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. SmartBiz, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Better Finance, Inc.

PMC-Sierra

Venture Round in 1984
PMC-Sierra®, the premier Internet infrastructure semiconductor solution provider, offers its customers technical and sales support worldwide through a network of offices in North America, Europe, Israel and Asia. PMC-Sierra provides semiconductor solutions for Enterprise Storage, Wide Area Network Infrastructure, Fiber To The Home, and Laser Printer markets. The Company is publicly traded on the NASDAQ Stock Market under the PMCS symbol.

PerformanceRetail

Series B in 2002
PerformanceRetail is a provider of web-architected technologies designed to improve the efficiency and profitability of the convenience retail industry. Our global industry solution integrates the most advanced tools, software applications and business services to improve retail performance. It's the new way of thinking. The new way of working. The new measure of retail performance.
Encoded Therapeutics is a developer of precision gene therapies intended to provide treatment for a broad range of severe genetic disorders. The company's therapy pipeline addresses devastating genetic and acquired disorders spanning multiple disease pathways including neurocircuitry, metabolic disorders, neurodegeneration and cardiovascular disease, enabling medical practitioners to treat patients and improve their lives.

6sense

Series A in 2014
6Sense Insights Inc. provides a predictive intelligence platform. It offers 6sense, a platform that helps B2B marketing and sales leaders to identify net-new and in-market prospects based on data science and time-sensitive intent interactions. The company’s platform ties together various sources of time-based activity, static, and external data from the B2B Web to make its predictions. 6Sense Insights Inc. was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California. It has additional offices in Austin, Texas; and Pune and Bengaluru, India.

Kineto Wireless

Debt Financing in 2010
Internet protocol-based services and solutions for mobile operators acquired by taqua on the 09-04-2014

CipherMax

Series E in 2006
CipherMax, Inc. provides enterprise-class storage security solutions for securing information assets and achieving compliance with government regulations. The company offers CipherMax CM140T, a storage security system for tapes that provides line-speed encryption processing and centralized security administration solutions for legacy and LTO-4 drives. It also provides CipherMax CM180D, a compact storage security system to integrate high performance encryption with SAN access control and 16-ports connectivity for fabric-based protection of sensitive data on disks; CipherMax CM250, an enterprise storage security system to integrate into existing SANs with 64-ports connectivity; and CipherMax CM500, a system for securing disk-based stored data for enterprise data centers with high port count storage environments. In addition, it offers SANCruiser, a secure storage management software for the management of systems, SAN, and security functions in an enterprise storage environment; and KeyCruiser, a key lifecycle management system for the secure administration of data encryption keys. CipherMax, Inc. was formerly known as MaXXan Systems, Inc. and changed its name to CipherMax, Inc. in 2007. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in San Jose, California.

Mentor Graphics Corporation

Seed Round in 1981
Mentor Graphics specializes electronic design automation, providing software and hardware design solutions that enable companies to develop electronic products faster and more cost-effectively.

Acceleron Pharma

Series C in 2007
Biopharmaceutical company engaged in developing, manufacturing and commercializing novel biotherapeutics

TurnHere, Inc.

Series B in 2010
SmartShoot gets customers high-quality video & photos by connecting them with trusted professional filmmakers & photographers.

Unicru

Venture Round in 2000
Unicru develops technology-based pre-employment systems for companies hiring hourly employees.

REGENXBIO

Series D in 2015
REGENX Biosciences, LLC, a biopharmaceutical company, develops therapeutics and research tools based on adeno-associated viral (AAV) vectors. The company offers NAV, a gene delivery technology that includes recombinant adeno-associated viral vectors. Its technology is used for the treatment of metabolic disorders, muscle diseases, hematologic disorders, ocular diseases, and neurodegenerative disorders; and clinical trails in therapeutic areas, such as inherited diseases, CNS disorders, heart failure, and vaccines. The company also offers reagent services for various applications, including molecular therapies, understanding biological activity and target validation, creating disease models and screening in vivo, and genome-wide association studies. In addition, it offers custom products and services, including AAV plasmids, AAV Vector reporter systems, and custom AAV vectors to the researchers. The company is based in Washington, District Of Columbia.

Surface Logix

Series D in 2007
Surface Logix is a drug development company which uses its expertise in biophysical chemistry to create new small molecule drugs with significantly improved pharmacokinetic (PK) and pharmacodynamic (PD) properties compared with class leaders.

DATAllegro

Series A in 2004
DATAllegro is an integrated data warehousing provider.

Socrates AI

Series A in 2017
Socrates AI brings deep expertise in Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing and Human Resources Applications to solve the enterprise's biggest challenges in employee experience, IT security and software engagement.

Intel Corporation

Seed Round in 1968
Intel Corporation designs, manufactures, and sells essential technologies for the cloud, smart, and connected devices worldwide. The company operates through DCG, IOTG, Mobileye, NSG, PSG, CCG, and All Other segments. It offers platform products, such as central processing units and chipsets, and system-on-chip and multichip packages; and non-platform or adjacent products comprising accelerators, boards and systems, connectivity products, and memory and storage products. The company also provides Internet of things products, including high-performance compute solutions for targeted verticals and embedded applications; and computer vision and machine learning-based sensing, data analysis, localization, mapping, and driving policy technology. It serves original equipment manufacturers, original design manufacturers, and cloud service providers. The company has collaborations with UC San Francisco’s Center for Digital Health Innovation, Fortanix, and Microsoft Azure to establish a computing platform with privacy-preserving analytics to accelerate the development and validation of clinical algorithms; and Inventec Corporation. Intel Corporation was founded in 1968 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.

Apple

Seed Round in 1978
Founded in 1976, Apple is a corporate firm based in the United States. The firm is a technology company which designs, develops and sells consumer electronics, computer software and online services.

Fate Therapeutics, Inc.

Series B in 2009
Fate Therapeutics is using the fundamental biological mechanisms that guide cell fate to develop stem cell therapeutics. The company has brought together the foremost scientists from the nation's research hotbeds (Boston, San Francisco, San Diego, and Seattle) who have demonstrated the potential to create and modulate stem cells to restore health. The backstory is that while others were working towards therapies based on transplanting stem cell-derived cells into patients, Randall Moon (HHMI and the University of Washington) and Alex Rives (Arch Venture Capitol) envisioned a different approach to develop regenerative therapies. The concept, based on data from hematopoietic progenitor cells, was that one could modulate the properties of stem cells in vivo using small molecules or biologics. They presented this idea to Arch Venture Capitol in Seattle, which launched the company, soon to be joined by other investors.

Devoted Health

Seed Round in 2017
Devoted Health is a new healthcare company serving seniors. Aiming to launch Medicare Advantage plans in 2019, their mission is to build a healthcare solution good enough for Mom. They will be devoted to the health and wellness of their members by helping them navigate the health care system with personal guides, by utilizing world-class technology to enable a simplified experience, and by partnering with top providers for better health outcomes.

Numerated

Series A in 2018
Numerated makes it easy for businesses to purchase financial products from banks. Its digital lending and sales platform allows banks to create convenient digital application, digital account opening, and digital lending experiences enabled by rich data integrations. In addition, Numerated provides credit pre-screening and core data analysis tools to help banks fuel more targeted sales and marketing campaigns. Numerated is chosen by top business banks, including Bremer Bank, Dollar Bank, Eastern Bank, MidFirst Bank, Seacoast Bank, People's United Bank, and more.

Smartling

Series C in 2013
Smartling uses technology to transform the way content is created and consumed around the world. Smartling’s solution helps brands to access new markets, more customers and greater value. The Translation Management Platform allows ambitious brands to achieve a more dominant global position. Smartling enables brands such as British Airways, InterContinental Hotels Group, Uber, AdRoll, Shinola, Spotify, Pinterest, Hasbro and SurveyMonkey to provide truly native brand experiences. Smartling is headquartered in NYC with over 100 employees.

Astronomer, Inc.

Series C in 2022
Astronomer’s mission is to help organizations realize the potential of Apache Airflow. Building on the foundation of Astronomer Cloud, the market-leading Airflow as a Servic offering, Astronomer is developing new standards of scale, performance, and reliability and leading the way to enterprise-grade Airflow.

Nanosys

Series E in 2012
Nanosys, Inc. develops and delivers quantum dot technology for high definition viewing experience for the display industry. It offers Quantum Dot Concentrate material; quantum dot nanomaterials; and Quantum Dot Enhancement film to industrial supply chain partners. Its products are used in tablets, televisions, smartphones, and other consumer electronics applications. Nanosys, Inc. was incorporated in 2001 and is based in Milpitas, California.

CrossLoop

Series B in 2008
CrossLoop allows users to connect remotely to another PC using a free P2P downloadable application. CrossLoop also lets users build reputations by creating a profile where others can leave comments and ratings. Users can also create a widget to post on your website or blog with key information from your profile. CrossLoop is generally used to provide training or technical support, hence their social networking functionality is aiming for IT consultants.

Newport Media

Series C in 2006
Newport Media is a fabless semiconductor company that develops and sells highly integrated solutions for emerging digital audio and mobile TV broadcasts standards. Market research firm In-Stat forecasts that the market for TV enabled cellular phones will grow to over 80 million units annually by 2010. To optimally address this and other significant market opportunities, Newport Media has assembled a management and development team with comprehensive system semiconductor experience in wireless handset and digital set-top box industries. Newport Media development team leverages its collective experience in these converging industries to develop broadcast multi-media architectures and IC implementations with unprecedented performance, power consumption, size and cost. Newport Media is a member of all major mobile TV industry forums and is an active participant in the international standardization process.

BlogHer Inc.

Series C in 2009
BlogHer Inc. owns and operates a cross-platform media network that publishes and syndicates news, information, advice, recommendations, and research on women in social media across interest areas. Its platform allows users to share voices, stories, and ideas in the areas of food, family, fashion and beauty, love and sex, work and life, DIY and home, health, entertainment, news, and blogging. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Redwood City, California. BlogHer Inc. operates as a subsidiary of SheKnows, LLC.

Awarepoint Corporation

Series E in 2010
Awarepoint Corporation provides a cloud-based real-time locating system that delivers to track locations. The company offers analytical tools to transform real-time location data into operational intelligence; and managed services that include analysis, configuration, installation, validation, and training. It also provides a Temperature Monitoring System that enables medical facilities to maintain compliance to CDC Vaccines for Children program guidelines and ensure that vaccines are monitored within the recommended temperature range. The company serves clients in healthcare, manufacturing, retail, and other industries. Awarepoint Corporation was formerly known as NeverLost Networks, Inc. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in San Diego, California.

Med Partners

Pre Seed Round in 1993
Med Partners acquires, develops, and operates physician group practices. The company was founded in 1993.

CircleLending

Series B in 2006
CircleLending launched in 2001 and pioneered the business of managing friends and family loans. The company received a majority stake investment and was acquired by the Virgin Group in 2007. It was renamed Virgin Money, part of the global Virgin Money brand.
Vitae Pharmaceuticals is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company building a portfolio of novel, small molecule, best-in-class compounds that address large markets with significant unmet medical needs, including chronic kidney disease, diabetes, atherosclerosis and Alzheimer's disease.

AccessLine Communications

Venture Round in 2000
AccessLine Communications offers its users with hosted communications and voice services that gives customers and partners the freedom to focus on their businesses. It is a one-stop shop for cloud business applications that integrates the essential IT services which businesses need such as email, voice, file syncing and sharing, conferencing, instant messaging, identity and access management, mobility, security, and archiving. It offers special industry solutions such as construction, financial services, healthcare, high tech, legal, and manufacturing services. AccessLine Communications was founded in 1983 and it is located in the United States. The company was acquired by Telanetix on September 18, 2007.

SmithRx

Series B in 2022
SmithRx designs and manages custom pharmacy benefit plans for companies to guide their employees. The company is based in San Francisco, California.
Cedar Point Communications provides integrated voice over Internet protocol and multimedia switching technologies for the service provider and enterprise telecommunication industries. Its products include SAFARI C3, a media switching system, which delivers Internet protocol multimedia subsystem (IMS) capabilities that support the anticipated migration to IMS architecture for converged networks; and SAFARI eMG, a media gateway that delivers flexibility. The company also provides training, customer, and solution services. Cedar Point Communications serves information technology departments and network operators, cable operators and telecommunications carriers, and enterprise customers and educational institutions. Cedar Point Communications, Inc. was founded in 2000 and is based in Derry, New Hampshire with an additional office in Meersburg, Germany.

Altruist

Series B in 2021
Altruist is a fintech company that develops a commission-free digital investment platform. The platform is designed to help independent financial advisors grow faster, cut costs, eliminate paperwork, and delight their clients. The company was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in Venice, California.

Achaogen

Series A in 2004
Achaogen is a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery and development of broad-spectrum antibiotics to treat multi-drug resistant bacterial infections. The company's most advanced drug candidate, ACHN-490, has demonstrated a positive safety and dosing profile in Phase 1 clinical testing and displayed broad spectrum efficacy in preclinical studies against systemic infections caused by multi-drug resistant (MDR) Gram-negative bacteria (e.g., E. coli, K. pneumoniae, and P. aeruginosa) and MRSA. In addition, the company is pursuing preclinical programs in several other areas of interest to combat the global emergence of bacterial resistance.

Shift Messenger, Inc.

Seed Round in 2015
Shift Messenger is on a mission to improve the work lives of shift workers (retail, restaurants, healthcare). They build communications tools to help them solve everyday work problems, connect to their workplace communities, and build professional identities.

Neoconix

Venture Round in 2006
Neoconix specializes in miniaturized low-profile electrical connectors. It supplies miniaturized, low-profile, high-performance electrical connectors for mobile, enterprise IT, and industrial markets. The company’s patented PCBeamTM technology leverages standard Printed Circuit Lithographic processes used for PCBs, enabling rapid development and delivery of custom electrical connector solutions at very competitive price points. With over 60 patents issued or pending, Neoconix PCBeamTM Technology delivers the lowest profile electrical connectors in the industry, coupled with very high reliability and extreme performance (at over 25Gb/s) for applications such as mobile consumer electronics, medical devices, wearable electronics, telecommunications and much more.

B-hive Networks

Series A in 2006
[B-hive](http://www.bhive.com) helps industry-leading retailers, financial organizations and Web companies deliver a predictable service level to their customer in a cost-effective way. B-hive's Conductor is a virtual appliance that resides within the data center infrastructure. With unique self-learning technology, Conductor identifies and maps user transactions and application infrastructure components so that IT groups can monitor, analyze and control operations in a coherent way. By leveraging existing investments in infrastructure and tools, B-hive Conductor optimizes the availability, performance and application resource allocation for business services running on virtual infrastructure. via: [B-hive](http://www.bhive.com)

Healinx

Series C in 2000
Healinx is a unique medical relationship management application service provider (ASP). Our mission is to increase communication and the satisfaction level between patients and their doctors, while enhancing physician practice efficiency and profitability. By providing a Web-based channel that links patients directly to their personal doctors, Healinx allows patients to communicate with their doctors or access their medical information anytime -- from anywhere. In addition, patients can receive personalized health information from their doctors. The Healinx customized Internet messaging enables doctors and patients to communicate online with state of the art security and privacy. In addition, the Healinx channel includes a set of tools for electronic prescriptions and preventive care.

Optinuity

Series B in 2008
Optinuity, Inc. provides autonomic policy management solutions to enterprises and service providers. Its solutions include Optinuity Oasis, which provides software for creating and implementing autonomic policies to make complex business systems self-managed. The company also provides professional services, including autonomic policy planning and design, installation and configuration, and custom development services; and training services. It primarily offers its solutions for financial services, health care, and telecommunications sectors. Optinuity, Inc. was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland. As of October 6, 2008, Optinuity, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of CA, Inc.

Vontu

Series C in 2005
Vontu, Inc. provides data loss prevention software solutions for data at rest, in motion, and at the endpoint; and police enforcement. The company offers implementation, business advisory, training, and account management services. It provides solutions for federal agencies, financial services, healthcare, high tech, insurance, manufacturing, media and entertainment, pharmaceutical, retail, and telecommunications. The company was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California with additional offices in New York, New York; and Berkshire, the United Kingdom. As of November 30, 2007, Vontu, Inc. is a subsidiary of Symantec Corporation (NasdaqNM:SYMC)

Sunovion Pharmaceuticals

Seed Round in 1985
Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc. (formerly Sepracor) engages in discovering, developing, and commercializing therapeutic products for patients suffering from central nervous system disorders, respiratory disorders, and other illnesses. Its products include LUNESTA medicine that helps people sleep better; XOPENEX levalbuterol HCl inhalation solution; and BROVANA aformoterol tartrate inhalation solution. The company's products also comprise OMNARIS ciclesonide nasal spray; ALVESCO ciclesonide HFA inhalation aerosol; and LATUDA, an oral antipsychotic tablet for the treatment of schizophrenia. It offers products for the treatment of depression, epilepsy, neuropathic pain, and insomnia, as well as respiratory conditions, such as asthma, allergic rhinitis, and chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases.

Project September

Seed Round in 2016
Project September Inc. operates an online platform for style leaders to extend their personal brands and their projects to know and new audiences. The company was incorporated in 2015 and is based in New York, New York.

CMDTY

Venture Round in 2019
Waybridge offers a suite of digital tools that targets fundamental inefficiencies in the raw materials supply chain. The company's platform makes supply chains more resilient, more sustainable, more collaborative, and more effective. Waybridge helps customers find new ways to buy, sell, transport, and finance. By making supply chains better, Waybridge builds a bridge to a better world.

Vanilla

Series B in 2022
Vanilla is an estate planning platform that allows advisors to unlock new value for clients and prospects alike, no expertise required.

Ligand Pharmaceuticals

Seed Round in 1989
Ligand is a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing or acquiring technologies that help pharmaceutical companies discover and develop medicines. Ligand business model creates value for stockholders by providing a diversified portfolio of biotech and pharmaceutical product revenue streams that are supported by an efficient and low corporate cost structure. Ligand's goal is to offer investors an opportunity to participate in the promise of the biotech industry in a profitable, diversified, and lower-risk business than a typical biotech company. Ligand business model is based on doing what we do best: drug discovery, early-stage drug development, product reformulation, and partnering. Ligand partner with other pharmaceutical companies to leverage what they do best (late-stage development, regulatory management, and commercialization) to ultimately generate Ligand revenue.

Unity Biotechnology, Inc.

Series B in 2016
Unity Biotechnology designs therapeutics that prevent, halt, and reverse various diseases of aging. The company focuses on clearing senescent cells; and designs senolytic medicines. Its medicines target vulnerabilities unique to senescent cells to clear those cells from the human body while leaving normal cells unaffected.

Phononic, Inc.

Series E in 2016
Phononic is a growth stage, semiconductor hardware company commercializing solid-state heat pumps and fully integrated systems that displace compressors, heat sinks, and fans for electronics cooling; residential and commercial refrigeration; and climate control. The company’s disruptive approach combines high-performance solid-state heat pumps integrated into a manufacturing-friendly systems architecture that realizes products that are smart, sustainable, and solid state-driven.

PrintNation.com

Series B in 2000
PrintNation.com is the world's largest printing supplies and equipment Superstore, designed to put money back into the pockets of printers. PrintNation.com features film, plates, paper, chemistry, ink, consumables, software, computers, scanners, and imagesetters. From creative to prepress to press to finishing, PrintNation.com has everything needed to run a business. Offering more than 100,000 products from over 1,300 manufacturers, PrintNation.com brings the incredible power of electronic commerce and the Internet to the printing and publishing industry.

Surface Logix

Series E in 2009
Surface Logix is a drug development company which uses its expertise in biophysical chemistry to create new small molecule drugs with significantly improved pharmacokinetic (PK) and pharmacodynamic (PD) properties compared with class leaders.

Alimera Sciences, Inc.

Series C in 2009
Alimera Sciences is a pharmaceutical company that specializes in the research, development, and commercialization of prescription ophthalmic pharmaceuticals. They are presently focused on diseases affecting the back of the eye, or retina because these diseases are not well treated with current therapies and will affect millions of people in their aging populations. It was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia.

Jiff, Inc.

Series C in 2016
Jiff is a venture-backed, Mountain View-based technology company that is reinventing healthcare, one employee at a time. It builds customized mobile and web experiences that connect company benefits and incentives design to healthy employee behaviors using the wearables and apps that they all know and love. The company was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.
Sunesis is an emerging biopharmaceutical company creating new medicines to improve the lives of people with cancer. They are building a pipeline of drugs that selectively block critical mechanisms required for tumor growth and survival. The fight against cancer is an enormous mission that requires an integrated approach fueled by a commitment to innovation.

HelloSoft

Series A in 2003
HelloSoft (www.hellosoft.com) is one of the world's leading providers of V.VoIP and wireless LAN technologies. HelloSoft supplies both software and emiconductor connectivity intellectual property to semiconductor manufacturers, and supplies software intellectual property to major ODMs/OEMs and also to tier 1 service providers/operators who offer VoIP and Video over IP services. The HelloSoft business model is based on licensing fees and royalty payments. HelloSoft has a workforce of 85 people including an R&D facility in Hyderabad, India with corporate and sales offices in San Jose, California in the heart of Silicon Valley, with sales distributors and representatives worldwide. HelloSoft is led by company founder and CEO, Krishna Yarlagadda, who is supported by an experienced and highly innovative team. Imagination expects Krishna and his team to continue to remain actively involved in developing the HelloSoft product set. In addition Krishna Yarlagadda will assume the role of President, Imagination Technologies USA.

Martini Media

Series A in 2008
Martini Media Network, Inc. provides solutions for delivering brand campaigns across the passion-based niche sites this audience interacts with at work and at play. The company specializes in reaching and engaging the affluent online; and provides insights focused on the affluent market, and their online engagement and behavior. It provides solutions for brands, clients/agencies, and publishers. The company was incorporated in 2007 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of June 16, 2015, Martini Media Network, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Evolve Media, LLC.

Boston Power

Series A in 2006
Boston-Power has developed the Sonata technology platform, which is a battery they say charges faster, lasts longer, performs better and is safer than what's currently on the market. The technology will be used in many consumer electronic devices including laptops, PDAs and mobile phones. In January of 2008, Boston-Power announced a new partnership with Chinese battery manufacturer GP Batteries to step up production of Sonata batteries.

Zenefits

Seed Round in 2013
Zenefits is an all-in-one Digital HR platform for small and medium businesses. Designed as a single source of truth for managing the modern workforce, Zenefits delivers the most complete, all-mobile HR experience by tightly integrating its own powerful applications with dozens of best-of-breed providers on the Zenefits platform. Zenefits’ applications like HR, Benefits, Time, Payroll, and Compliance combine with partner applications like email, collaboration, expense management, and employee engagement to create a powerful platform. Thousands of businesses use Zenefits to empower their employees, manage change, and stay compliant.

Newport Media

Series B in 2006
Newport Media is a fabless semiconductor company that develops and sells highly integrated solutions for emerging digital audio and mobile TV broadcasts standards. Market research firm In-Stat forecasts that the market for TV enabled cellular phones will grow to over 80 million units annually by 2010. To optimally address this and other significant market opportunities, Newport Media has assembled a management and development team with comprehensive system semiconductor experience in wireless handset and digital set-top box industries. Newport Media development team leverages its collective experience in these converging industries to develop broadcast multi-media architectures and IC implementations with unprecedented performance, power consumption, size and cost. Newport Media is a member of all major mobile TV industry forums and is an active participant in the international standardization process.

Castlight Health

Seed Round in 2008
Integrated Health Benefits Platform

Teranetics

Series B in 2005
Teranetics is a leading mixed-signal IC company that develops silicon products for the most advanced communication applications. The company's core development team has a strong track record of successful product development efforts in advanced communication systems and silicon. Teranetics is backed by a strong consortium of venture investors with in-depth experience and success in the semiconductor and communication markets.

Ocera Therapeutics

Post in 2013
Ocera is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of novel therapeutics for patients with acute and chronic liver disease, an area of high unmet medical need. Ocera's HE clinical development efforts include a recently completed Phase 2b clinical trial, STOP-HE, which evaluated the safety and efficacy of intravenously-administered OCR-002 in resolving neurocognitive symptoms of acute HE in hospitalized patients with elevated ammonia. Ocera is preparing to meet with the FDA later this year to review the IV program and discuss potential development paths forward.

Skyryse, Inc.

Series A in 2018
Skyryse has developed a hardware and software operating system, FlightOS, to power all general aviation (GA) aircraft, enabling safer, more capable, and more accessible flight.  FlightOS is a common interface for pilots to be able to operate any aircraft - rotorcraft or fixed-wing - with the same controls, substantially reducing pilot fatigue and complexity while offering a step function improvement in flight safety and emergency management. With tens of hours of training, any pilot can safely fly any aircraft regardless of its engine/wing/rotor configuration, either from the cockpit or remotely. Founded in 2016, the company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, United States.

Boston Power

Series B in 2007
Boston-Power has developed the Sonata technology platform, which is a battery they say charges faster, lasts longer, performs better and is safer than what's currently on the market. The technology will be used in many consumer electronic devices including laptops, PDAs and mobile phones. In January of 2008, Boston-Power announced a new partnership with Chinese battery manufacturer GP Batteries to step up production of Sonata batteries.
Ironwood Pharmaceuticals is an entrepreneurial pharmaceutical company, engages in developing and marketing human medicines. It engages in developing a pipeline of clinical candidates in the areas of gastrointestinal diseases, cardiovascular diseases, pain, and inflammation. The company's operationally independent subsidiary, Microbia Inc., engages in developing and commercializing bioprocesses for use in pharmaceuticals, foods, and specialty and industrial chemicals. Ironwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc. was formerly known as Microbia, Inc. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Ikaria

Series B in 2007
Ikaria develop and deliver innovative therapeutics and interventions to meet the significant needs of critically ill patients. It is our aim to be an indispensable partner to clinicians, providing help and critically caring just when patients need it the most.

Kendin Communications

Series E in 2000
Kendin Communications Inc. designs, develops and markets PHYs, repeaters and switch components for Ethernet, Fast Ethernet and soon gigabit Ethernet applications. The company employs its patented, algorithmic signal processing (aSp) architecture which offers numerous advantages over current DSP-based designs including lower power consumption, reduced die size and greater yield, all while using digital manufacturing technologies. The company was founded in 1996 and is privately held.

imperva

Series B in 2003
Imperva provides activity monitoring, real-time protection, and risk management solutions for critical business data and applications. Imperva is a leading provider of cybersecurity solutions that protect business-critical data and applications in the cloud and on-premises It was founded by Shlomo Kramer, Amichai Shulman and Mickey Boodaei in 2002 and is based in Redwood Shores, California.

Achaogen

Series B in 2006
Achaogen is a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery and development of broad-spectrum antibiotics to treat multi-drug resistant bacterial infections. The company's most advanced drug candidate, ACHN-490, has demonstrated a positive safety and dosing profile in Phase 1 clinical testing and displayed broad spectrum efficacy in preclinical studies against systemic infections caused by multi-drug resistant (MDR) Gram-negative bacteria (e.g., E. coli, K. pneumoniae, and P. aeruginosa) and MRSA. In addition, the company is pursuing preclinical programs in several other areas of interest to combat the global emergence of bacterial resistance.
Bellerophon Therapeutics LLC is a clinical stage biotherapeutics company focused on developing innovative therapies at the intersection of drugs and devices that address significant unmet medical needs in the treatment of cardiopulmonary and cardiac diseases. Two of the company's product candidates are based on its proprietary pulsatile nitric oxide delivery device, INOpulse®, and are in Phase 2 clinical trials – one for the treatment of PAH and a second for the treatment of PH-COPD. The company's third product candidate, bioabsorbable cardiac matrix (BCM), is an injectable device currently undergoing a feasibility clinical trial, which is a CE mark registration trial in the European Union and is comparable to a Phase 2 trial in U.S. drug development, for the prevention of cardiac remodeling and subsequent congestive heart failure following acute myocardial infarction (heart attack).

Personal Capital

Series D in 2014
Personal Capital is a remote-delivery, industry-leading digital wealth management company that helps people transform their financial lives through technology and advisory services. The company’s state-of-the-art tools and technology provide investors with a complete financial picture, utilized by over 2.5 million customers. Its registered investment advisors provide expert guidance, and customized strategies, based on a personal understanding of an investor’s financial picture and goals. It was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California.
Adverum Biotechnologies, formerly Avalanche Biotechnologies, is a gene therapy company. The company focuses on discovering and developing medicines that can offer therapeutic benefits to patients dealing with a chronic or debilitating disease. The company was formed after the merger of Avalanche Biotechnologies and Annapurna Therapeutics in May 2016.

Polycom

Seed Round in 1992
Polycom helps organizations unleash the power of human collaboration. More than 400,000 companies and institutions worldwide defy distance with secure video, voice and content solutions from Polycom to increase productivity, speed time to market, provide better customer service, expand education and save lives. Polycom and its global partner ecosystem provide flexible collaboration solutions for any environment.

ProfitLogic

Series C in 2003
ProfitLogic engages in the development and marketing of retail profit optimization software solutions. It offers retail profit optimization, price optimization, and inventory planning software solutions for all retail verticals, which include assortment and allocation, pricing, in-season inventory management, promotions and marketing, and performance assessment and management solutions. The company provides applications to help retailers make profitable allocation, planning, and pricing decisions; and a marketer of profit optimizations systems. ProfitLogic, Inc. was formerly known as Technology Strategy, Inc. (TSI). The company was founded in 1983 and is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Skyryse, Inc.

Series A in 2017
Skyryse has developed a hardware and software operating system, FlightOS, to power all general aviation (GA) aircraft, enabling safer, more capable, and more accessible flight.  FlightOS is a common interface for pilots to be able to operate any aircraft - rotorcraft or fixed-wing - with the same controls, substantially reducing pilot fatigue and complexity while offering a step function improvement in flight safety and emergency management. With tens of hours of training, any pilot can safely fly any aircraft regardless of its engine/wing/rotor configuration, either from the cockpit or remotely. Founded in 2016, the company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, United States.

10X Genomics, Inc.

Series C in 2016
10x Genomics is creating revolutionary DNA sequencing technology to help researchers better identify subtle variations that are overlooked by technologies that shred biological samples into tiny fragments before sequencing the short stretches and using computers to assembling them into a genome.

Jadoo Power Systems

Series B in 2005
Jadoo Power Systems develops and manufactures power and energy storage systems for military and commercial markets. It offers solar water heaters for homes and businesses; and solar power, energy storage, and fuel cell systems.

Asoka

Series A in 2007
AsokaTech - Home

Workframe

Series A in 2017
Workframe is the only workflow optimization solution purpose-built for the commercial real estate (CRE) industry. Our intuitive, web-based software application helps large corporate tenants, landlords, brokers and service providers gain unprecedented visibility into their workflow, and presents them with actionable data that can be leveraged to drive efficiency and cost savings. 

Ad Hoc Labs

Series A in 2013
Ad Hoc Labs, Inc., a mobile software company, develops Burner, a smartphone number platform. It enables users to obtain and manage additional phone numbers for voice, SMS, and MMS communications, as well as allows users to get various numbers, and use each as a private line on iPhone or Android phones. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

Xenoport

Series A in 2000
XenoPort, Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and commercializing a portfolio of internally discovered product candidates for the potential treatment of neurological disorders. Horizant® (gabapentin enacarbil) Extended-Release Tablets is approved and being marketed in the United States by XenoPort. Regnite® (gabapentin enacarbil) Extended-Release Tablets is approved and being marketed in Japan by Astellas Pharma Inc. XenoPort holds all other world-wide rights to gabapentin enacarbil. XenoPort's pipeline of product candidates includes potential treatments for patients with Parkinson's disease, relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis and psoriasis.

Kyruus

Series B in 2013
Kyruus delivers proven provider search and scheduling solutions that help hospitals and health systems match patients with the providers best suited to care for them. The ProviderMatch suite of solutions—for consumers, access centers, and referral networks—enables a consistent patient experience across multiple points of access, while aligning provider supply with patient demand. The company’s proprietary provider data management platform forms the foundation of its solutions, powering them with accurate data by coupling data processing with administrative applications. Kyruus was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

White Amber

Series B in 2000
White Amber provides non-workforce management solutions. It was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in New York, United States.

Bizo

Series A in 2009
Bizo is how B2B marketers identify and reach their target audiences online. Fueled by Bizo’s audience of more than 120 million professionals around the world, including more than 85% of the U.S. business population, the Bizo Marketing Platform can precisely target business people by specific business demographic criteria. Bizo’s customers use the platform’s data management and targeting capabilities to reach audiences anywhere they travel online and engage those that come to their websites, landing pages, and social channels. Bizo has earned the confidence of more than 600 SMB marketers and large global brands including AMEX, Mercedes Benz, Monster, Salesforce.com, Porsche, Microsoft, AT&T, and UPS who use Bizo to impact every stage of their sales and marketing funnels.
Ironwood Pharmaceuticals is an entrepreneurial pharmaceutical company, engages in developing and marketing human medicines. It engages in developing a pipeline of clinical candidates in the areas of gastrointestinal diseases, cardiovascular diseases, pain, and inflammation. The company's operationally independent subsidiary, Microbia Inc., engages in developing and commercializing bioprocesses for use in pharmaceuticals, foods, and specialty and industrial chemicals. Ironwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc. was formerly known as Microbia, Inc. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Genetics Institute

Seed Round in 1980
Genetics Institute is a U.S. based biotechnology research and development company. The company developed drugs such as Neumega and Recombinate used in the prevention of severe reductions in the number of blood clotting cells. The company was founded in 1980 by Thomas Maniatis and Mark Ptashne, and started off by operating out of Ptashne’s home. Genetics Institute was acquired by Wyeth in 1992 and operates as part of Wyeth’s research division.

Dapper Labs

Series A in 2019
Dapper Labs Inc. develops blockchain-based cryptokitties video games. The company offers consumer blockchain collectible cats games for entertainment brands. Dapper Labs Inc. was incorporated in 2018 and is based in Vancouver, Canada.

New Era of Networks

Series C in 1996
New Era Technologies is a U.S.-based R&D technology company. The company develops markets and supports application integration software and provides application integration services. The company’s main product is NeoNet, software that facilitates the rapid and efficient deployment and ongoing maintenance of application integration across the enterprise. The company was acquired by Sybase in 2001. The company was founded in 1995 and is based in Colorado.

Dataminr

Series C in 2013
Dataminr is an AI platform that detects the earliest signs of high-impact events and emerging risks from publicly available information. It discovers, distills, and delivers alerts from the increasingly diverse and complex landscape of publicly available information including social media, blogs, information sensors, and the dark web, ensuring that businesses have the knowledge they need to act with confidence.

AppNexus

Series D in 2013
Provides trading solutions and powers marketplaces for internet advertising

Edge Therapeutics

Series C in 2015
Edge Therapeutics is a clinical-stage biotechnology company that discovers, develops and seeks to commercialize novel, hospital-based therapies capable of transforming treatment paradigms in the management of acute, life-threatening neurological conditions. EG-1962, our lead product candidate, has the potential to fundamentally improve patient outcomes and transform the management of aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage, or aSAH, which is bleeding around the brain due to a ruptured brain aneurysm. EG-1964, our second product candidate, is being evaluated as a potential prophylactic treatment in the management of chronic subdural hematoma, to prevent recurrent bleeding on the surface of the brain. It was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Berkeley Heights, New Jersey.

Salsify

Series C in 2017
Salsify is an e-commerce software startup that empowers brands by providing tools to track and analyze inventories, presentation, and sales of goods on digital shelves. It offers its Commerce Experience Management (CommerceXM), a platform that combines Product Experience Management (Integrated PIM, DAM, and Experience Builder) with commerce capabilities designed to enable sales both across retailer and distributor channels as well as marketplaces, social commerce, and direct-to-consumer (D2C) sites. The company is backed by Venrock, Matrix Partners, Greenspring Associates, Underscore VC, North Bridge, and Warburg Pincus. Jason Purcell, Jeremy Redburn, and Rob Gonzalez incorporated Salsify in Boston, Massachusetts in 2012.

Arris Group/InnOvOtion By Holly

Venture Round in 1995
ARRIS Group, Inc., a global communications technology company, provides integrated broadband network solutions. The company develops, manufactures and supplies cable telephony, video and high-speed data equipment. The company provides products and equipment principally to cable system operators and, more specifically, to Multiple System Operators (MSOs). ARRIS is a global innovator in IP, video and broadband technology. They have continually worked with their customers to transform the experience of entertainment and communications for millions of people around the world. The people of ARRIS are dedicated to the success of their customers, bringing a passion for invention that has fueled their history: They created digital TV, delivered the first wireless broadband gateway and are pioneering the standards and pathways for tomorrow's personalized, Ultra HD, multiscreen, and cloud services. They are dedicated to meeting today's challenges and preparing for the tasks the future holds. Collaborating with their customers, ARRIS will continue to solve the most pressing challenges of 21st century communications. Together, they are inventing the future.

Icagen, Inc.

Venture Round in 1997
Icagen, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, focuses on the discovery, development, and commercialization of novel orally-administered small molecule drugs that modulate ion channel targets. It develops ICA-105665 that is in Phase I single dose escalation study in healthy volunteers for epilepsy and neuropathic pain; and Senicapoc, which is in Phase I multiple dose study in healthy volunteers for the treatment of asthma. The company also conducts ongoing drug discovery programs on new therapeutics for pain and inflammatory disorders. Icagen has collaboration agreements with Bristol-Myers Squibb Company; Astellas Pharma, Inc.; and Pfizer, Inc.

2nd Century

Venture Round in 2000
2nd Century Communications, an open network application service provider.

Aria Systems, Inc.

Private Equity Round in 2018
Proven by the world's most demanding enterprises, including AAA NCNU, Constant Contact, Falck, Hootsuite, Pitney Bowes, Audi, Adobe, Telekom Denmark, Philips, Roku, and VMware, Aria helps enterprises grow their recurring revenue businesses. Aria helps clients take advantage of each customer-driven event − known as revenue moments − with agile billing, active customer engagement, and the rapid development of new products and services. With Aria's end-to-end active monetization platform, global brands can get to market faster with a wider variety of products and services, while maximizing customer satisfaction, retention, and lifetime value.

Devoted Health

Series B in 2018
Devoted Health is a new healthcare company serving seniors. Aiming to launch Medicare Advantage plans in 2019, their mission is to build a healthcare solution good enough for Mom. They will be devoted to the health and wellness of their members by helping them navigate the health care system with personal guides, by utilizing world-class technology to enable a simplified experience, and by partnering with top providers for better health outcomes.

Bivio Networks

Venture Round in 2006
Founded in 2000, Bivio Networks is dedicated to providing leading networking products that enable government agencies and service providers to control, monitor, and secure critical network infrastructure. A leader in cyber intelligence, cyber security and network control solutions, Bivio has deployed its products in a wide range of solutions. Bivio’s global customer base includes leading intelligence agencies, military organizations and service providers. Bivio is privately-held and is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area with office locations worldwide. Specialties Cyber Security, Cyber Intelligence, Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Networking Systems, Mass Metadata Extraction and Analysis, Data Retention System, Cyber Investigation, network probe

GENBAND

Series C in 2000
GENBAND is a global supplier of IP gateways, session border controllers and FMC security solutions. These high-performance, high-security gateway solutions are at the center of fixed and mobile networks around the globe, evolving, securing and improving communications networks.

USInternetworking, Inc.

Venture Round in 1998
USinternetworking, an applications services provider, manages companies' software via the internet. It provides hosted applications via the internet for large companies looking for managed software services. It offers applications from vendors in the areas of enterprise resource planning and customer relationship management (Oracle), spend management (Ariba), messaging and collaboration (Microsoft), and custom developed e-commerce systems. USinternetworking's customers included the State of Maryland's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, Sunburst Hospitality, and Yankee Candle. The company was acquired by US telecom service giant AT&T in 2006.

OurStory

Series A in 2006
Ourstory, previously known as Wisdom Ark, allows its users to tell their life story with photos, videos (through [VideoEgg](http://crunchbase.com/organization/videoegg)) and other media placed on a timeline. OurStory's application is browser based and collaborative. Every time a user creates a new event or adds new media to their timeline, an email is sent to any interested parties; family and friends generally. These people can then add their own stories or comments to the newly posted media. Additionally they can add their own media where appropriate and begin the email process again. OurStory has an automated photo search option that will gather photos from the web that are relevant to the event you are writing about. Users can write about going to a Michael Jackson concert in New York for example of which OutStory will grab pictures. Although digitally documenting your life online might seem like enough, OurStory allows users to print their timelines in the form of hardcover books. Also, the ability to create multiple timelines can be added through OutStory's premium version which costs $40. [StoryofMyLife](http://crunchbase.com/organization/storyofmylife) is a close competitor.

TAE Technologies, Inc.

Series C in 2007
TAE Technologies is leveraging proprietary science and engineering to tackle the world’s biggest challenges. Their core mission is to create a new source of clean energy – one that’s powered by nature’s own processes and produces no harmful byproducts. Their groundbreaking work has led to industry-wide advances in accelerator and plasma physics, and acted as a catalyst for adjacent innovations based on their results. With 20 years of focused research, TAE Technologies is on a purposeful path to commercial fusion energy and pioneering sustainable solutions for a better tomorrow.
Neurocrine Biosciences engages in the discovery and development of drugs for the treatment of neurological and endocrine-related diseases and disorders in the United States. The company develops drugs for endometriosis, anxiety, depression, pain, diabetes, irritable bowel syndrome, insomnia, and other neurological and endocrine related diseases and disorders. Its products in clinical development comprise Elagolix, a Phase II product for Endometriosis; CRF1 Antagonist, a phase II product for mood disorders; CRF2 Peptide Agonist, a phase II drug for Cardiovascular related diseases; CRF1 Antagonist, a Phase I product for treating Mood Disorders and Irritable Bowel Syndrome; and Elagolix, a Phase I product for treating Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia and Uterine Fibroids. The company's research programs include Vesicular Monoamine Transporter 2 Inhibitor for movement disorders and schizophrenia; Glucose Dependent Insulin Secretagogues for type II diabetes; Antiepileptic drugs for epilepsy and bipolar disorder; and GnRH Antagonists for hormone dependent diseases and oncology. It has strategic alliances with GlaxoSmithKline to develop and commercialize CRF antagonists for psychiatric, neurological, and gastrointestinal diseases; and Dainippon Sumitomo Pharma Co. Ltd. to develop and commercialize indiplon in Japan. Neurocrine Biosciences, Inc. was founded in 1992 and is based in San Diego, California.

Atrenta

Series D in 2013
Atrenta’s SpyGlass Predictive Analysis software platform significantly improves design efficiency for the world’s leading semiconductor and consumer electronics companies. Patented solutions provide early design insight into the demanding performance, power and area requirements of the complex system on chips (SoCs) fueling today’s consumer electronics revolution. More than two hundred companies and thousands of design engineers worldwide rely on SpyGlass to reduce risk and cost before traditional EDA tools are deployed. SpyGlass functions like an interactive guidance system for design engineers and managers, finding the fastest and least expensive path to implementation for complex SoCs. SpyGlass from Atrenta: Insight. Efficiency. Confidence.

Simple Star

Series A in 2005
Simple Star, Inc. develops and distributes software products and services that help consumers to share memories. The company provides PhotoShow, a photo platform that is used to organize and edit digital photos and video clips into multimedia photo shows, including credits, captions, transitions, special effects, and animations with musical soundtracks, as well as allows users to share photo shows on personal computers, televisions, and handheld devices. It also offers various theme packs that turn photo shows into holiday greetings, graduation celebrations, declarations of love, and patriotic celebrations. The company also provides an online service to make and post photo shows on the Web. It provides its products through its partners, including cable companies, digital media software providers, online photo service providers, retailers with photo finishing services, and hardware manufacturers. Simple Star, Inc. was formerly known as Noize Play, Inc. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of April 24, 2008, Simple Star, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Sonic Solutions (NasdaqNM:SNIC).

RefleXion Medical

Venture Round in 2022
RefleXion Medical Inc., a medical equipment company, develops a biologically-guided radiotherapy system (BgRT) for cancer treatment. Its technology allows tumors to continuously signal their location during treatment and potentially revolutionize the practice of radiation oncology. The company’s technology also enables simultaneous treatment of tumors throughout the body, as well as real-time dose adaptation to specific biological characteristics of the tumor. RefleXion Medical Inc. has a strategic collaboration agreement with Telix Pharmaceuticals Limited; and a strategic partnership with HealthMyne Inc. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Hayward, California.

Lyra Health

Series A in 2015
Lyra helps companies improve access to effective, high-quality mental health care for their employees. Lyra's matching technology and innovative digital platform connect members to a curated network of top therapists and coaches, which results in 3x more people receiving care and 7x better outcomes than traditional plans and EAPs. Members can find the right personalized care, match with the right provider for their needs, and feel motivated and supported throughout the entire treatment journey.

Phononic, Inc.

Series B in 2011
Phononic is a growth stage, semiconductor hardware company commercializing solid-state heat pumps and fully integrated systems that displace compressors, heat sinks, and fans for electronics cooling; residential and commercial refrigeration; and climate control. The company’s disruptive approach combines high-performance solid-state heat pumps integrated into a manufacturing-friendly systems architecture that realizes products that are smart, sustainable, and solid state-driven.

Redbeacon

Series A in 2010
Allows users to get price quotes, compare professionals, and book appointments online for home, office, or personal services

Encompass Health Corp.

Venture Round in 1991
Encompass Health Corp. (HealthSouth), is an owner and operator of inpatient rehabilitation hospitals. In addition to HealthSouth hospitals, it manages three inpatient rehabilitation units through management contracts. In August 2011, the Company sold five long-term acute care hospitals (LTCHs). In April 2013, it announced that it has completed the purchase of Walton Rehabilitation Hospital, a 58-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital formerly owned by Georgia Rehabilitation Institute, Inc., and doing business as Walton Rehabilitation Hospital in Augusta, Ga. In June 2013, Surgical Care Affiliates Inc, a unit of HealthSouth acquired Health Inventures Inc. In June 2014, HealthSouth Corp raised its interest to 80% from 50%, in Fairlawn Rehabilitation Hospital in Worcester, Massachusetts from its joint venture partner, UMass Memorial Health Care.

Vocera Communications

Series F in 2006
Vocera provides mobile communication solutions addressing critical communication challenges facing hospitals today. They help their customers improve patient safety and satisfaction, and increase hospital efficiency and productivity through their Voice Communication solution, Secure Messaging applications and Care Transition solutions. Exclusively endorsed by the American Hospital Association, the Vocera solutions are installed in more than 800 hospitals and healthcare facilities worldwide. The company is headquartered in San Jose, Calif., with offices in Tennessee, Canada and the United Kingdom.

Quiq, Inc.

Series C in 2022
Quiq, Inc. develops customer service messaging management software for customer service agents and managers to allow them to send messages to companies using the application they use to communicate with their friends. It offers Quiq IQ, a product that creates and deploys bots for the web chat and messaging channels. Quiq, Inc. was formerly known as Centricient Inc. and changed its name to Quiq, Inc. in March 2017. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Bozeman, Montana.

Aha

Series A in 2009
Aha Mobile is a connected back-end platform that provides relevant location-based information to drivers. It makes drivers smarter by keeping them informed about the world around them. Aha Mobile was launched in 2008 in Palo Alto, California.

Dataminr

Series D in 2015
Dataminr is an AI platform that detects the earliest signs of high-impact events and emerging risks from publicly available information. It discovers, distills, and delivers alerts from the increasingly diverse and complex landscape of publicly available information including social media, blogs, information sensors, and the dark web, ensuring that businesses have the knowledge they need to act with confidence.

Teranetics

Venture Round in 2010
Teranetics is a leading mixed-signal IC company that develops silicon products for the most advanced communication applications. The company's core development team has a strong track record of successful product development efforts in advanced communication systems and silicon. Teranetics is backed by a strong consortium of venture investors with in-depth experience and success in the semiconductor and communication markets.

Personal Capital

Series C in 2013
Personal Capital is a remote-delivery, industry-leading digital wealth management company that helps people transform their financial lives through technology and advisory services. The company’s state-of-the-art tools and technology provide investors with a complete financial picture, utilized by over 2.5 million customers. Its registered investment advisors provide expert guidance, and customized strategies, based on a personal understanding of an investor’s financial picture and goals. It was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California.

RefleXion Medical

Series D in 2020
RefleXion Medical Inc., a medical equipment company, develops a biologically-guided radiotherapy system (BgRT) for cancer treatment. Its technology allows tumors to continuously signal their location during treatment and potentially revolutionize the practice of radiation oncology. The company’s technology also enables simultaneous treatment of tumors throughout the body, as well as real-time dose adaptation to specific biological characteristics of the tumor. RefleXion Medical Inc. has a strategic collaboration agreement with Telix Pharmaceuticals Limited; and a strategic partnership with HealthMyne Inc. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Hayward, California.

FogDog Sports

Venture Round in 1999
FogDog Sports offers online retailing services through its website, www.fogdog.com. The company primarily focuses on retailing sporting goods. It offers products for soccer, baseball, golf, and outdoor sports.

Ascendis Pharma

Series D in 2014
Ascendis Pharma has built a high value pipeline with the aim of changing clinical treatment paradigms. Using our innovative TransCon prodrug technology platform, we continue to identify new opportunities addressing areas of high unmet medical need. TransCon is applicable to all drug classes, and is currently being used to create superior prodrugs of proteins, peptides and small molecules. Depending on choice of TransCon Carrier, either systemic or localized drug exposure is achieved, while dosing frequency is determined by the choice of TransCon Linker. The prodrugs are new chemical entities with new patent life. Product development process is de-risked, as the prodrugs release the active component in its native and unmodified form, maintaining the original drug’s well known mode of action.

Cloudflare

Series B in 2011
Cloudflare is a computer service provider and network security company that protects and accelerates the Internet application development.

Element Biosciences, Inc.

Series C in 2021
Element Biosciences, Inc. develops genetic analysis tools for the research and diagnostic markets. The company provides a disruptive DNA sequencing technology and a sequencing platform, such as surface chemistry, sequencing chemistry, detection, and data analysis. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in San Diego, California.

A la Mobile

Series B in 2007
A la Mobile is: -Focused on Linux system platform for mobile phones and aims to be a "One stop" service - integration, customization, certification, maintenance and migration. As the industry's only open Linux system platform for wireless handsets, we adhere to design and development disciplines of openness, innovation and freedom of choice: -Open, configurable and customizable architecture and embrace industry standards and best practices

Endeca

Series B in 2001
Endeca provides enterprise search for large companies including Borders, Boeing, the Census Bureau, the EPA, Ford, Hallmark, IBM, and Toshiba. The company specializes in guided search, auto-categorizing results based on the keywords someone enters. Endeca charges from $100,000 to more than $10 million per installation. Endeca competes with FAST Search & Transfer, which was [acquired](http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/01/08/microsoft-has-announced-a-takeover-bid-for-fast-search-transfer-priced-at-12-billion/) by Microsoft for 1.2 Billion in January 2008.
Quantenna specializes in providing Wi-Fi solutions. Founded in 2006, Quantenna has demonstrated its leadership in Wi-Fi technologies with many industry firsts in the market. Quantenna continues to innovate with the mission to perfect Wi-Fi by establishing benchmarks for speed, range, efficiency, and reliability. Quantenna takes a multidimensional approach, from silicon, a system to software for Wi-Fi networks, and provides solutions for OEMs and service providers worldwide.

Adnexus

Series B in 2006
Engages in the development of Adnectins biologics and medicines in the United States

Ensure Medical

Venture Round in 2002
Ensure Medical offers a femoral artery closure device that uses a synthetic bioabsorbable polymer to stop bleeding and close the site of the arterial puncture. ACDs are designed to enable expedited closure time and reduce bed-stay when compared to conventional manual compression methods for wound access site closure.
Quantenna specializes in providing Wi-Fi solutions. Founded in 2006, Quantenna has demonstrated its leadership in Wi-Fi technologies with many industry firsts in the market. Quantenna continues to innovate with the mission to perfect Wi-Fi by establishing benchmarks for speed, range, efficiency, and reliability. Quantenna takes a multidimensional approach, from silicon, a system to software for Wi-Fi networks, and provides solutions for OEMs and service providers worldwide.

Veridiem Inc

Series A in 1999
Veridiem Inc is an enterprise software company that offers marketing resource management software. It also offers a suite of marketing analysis, operational, and optimization applications for companies in the automotive, consumer package goods, and financial industries. Veridiem Inc also offers implementation, professional, training, and support services. It is based in Maynard, Massachusetts.

ThermoSpectra

Seed Round in 1994
ThermoSpectra develops, manufactures, and markets precision imaging, inspection, and measurement instrumentation that uses high-speed data acquisition and digital processing technologies. The company is based in Franklin, Massachusetts.

2Wire

Series C in 2000
2Wire is a San Jose, Calif. provider of broadband service products for companies serving consumers.2Wire is dedicated to developing integrated solutions to deliver broadband service and content throughout the home or small office. Built upon the company's core expertise and continued innovation in software and hardware, 2Wire products enable home and small business users to fully leverage the benefits of broadband. In addition, 2Wire solutions offer service providers with a flexible platform to deliver and manage feature-rich Internet, telephony, entertainment, and other enhanced broadband application services
CymaBay Therapeutics is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company located in the San Francisco Bay Area focused on the development and commercialization of proprietary new medicines for important human diseases. We are committed to developing breakthrough medicines that improve the lives of patients and their families. CymaBay was seeded with the assets from an earlier metabolic disease company in which more than $120M was invested to produce a robust pipeline. Arhalofenate is a novel oral small molecule being developed to treat the approximately 1 million gout patients that flare three or more times per year. Gout flares are painful inflammatory episodes caused by crystals of monosodium urate (MSU) that result from excess serum uric acid (sUA). In three Phase 2 studies in gout patients arhalofenate was shown to reduce the incidence and duration of flares while simultaneously lowering sUA. If confirmed in additional clinical studies, arhalofenate’s dual acting profile would be unique since all other urate lowering therapies paradoxically increase flares as they lower sUA over the first 6 to 12 months of treatment. Increased flares lead many patients to stop or avoid treatment leading to progression of disease with pain and suffering, erosion of joint structure and functionality, lost time from work, and increased healthcare costs.

Amphora Discovery

Series C in 2004
Amphora Discovery Corporation operates as a biotechnology company. It provides integrated services to the pharmaceutical industry. The company's products and services include in vitro assay protocols, in vitro throughput screening and compound profiling services, custom assay development, enzymology services, and lead discovery/lead optimization partnering programs. It offers drug discovery contract research services, HTS, profiling and lead generation, and lead optimization solutions. The company serves pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies, emerging biotechnology companies, and research foundations. Amphora Discovery Corporation was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Durham, North Carolina. As of July 2008, Amphora Discovery Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Nanosyn Inc.

Stride Health, Inc.

Series C in 2021
Stride Health, Inc. operates a health benefits platform that allows independent workers and part-time employees to select and enroll in affordable health coverage. It offers dental plans, drive plans, and doctor and prescription insurance plans. The company serves customers in the United States. Stride Health, Inc. was formerly known as Covered, Inc. and changed its name to Stride Health, Inc. in March 2013. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Cerulean Pharma

Series C in 2010
Cerulean Pharma Inc. is a privately-held biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of novel nanotechnology-based therapeutics in the areas of oncology, cardiovascular, autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. The Company has assembled a world-class management team, board of directors and scientific advisory board that collectively have a significant track record of business building, product development and scientific breakthroughs from companies and institutions such as Cubist, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Pfizer, Wyeth, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard Medical School, MD Anderson, Fox Chase Cancer Center and the Arizona Health Center.

Hua Medicine

Series A in 2011
Hua Medicine is a clinical-stage, innovative drug development company in China, focused on novel therapies for the treatment of diabetes and CNS disorders. Founded by pharma industry veterans and funded by a premier group of international VC investment firms such as Fidelity Asia, Fidelity Biosciences, ARCH Ventures, Venrock, SAIL and WuXi Ventures, the company has in-licensed from major pharma, world-wide rights to a potential best-in-class, oral drug for the treatment of Type 2 Diabetes which utilizes a novel mechanism of action.

Memory Pharmaceuticals

Seed Round in 1998
Memory Pharmaceuticals Corp., a biopharmaceutical company, focuses on the discovery and development of drug candidates for the treatment of central nervous system conditions. It offers drugs for neurological diseases associated with aging, such as Alzheimer's disease, as well as psychiatric disorders, such as schizophrenia, cognitive impairment associated with schizophrenia (CIAS), and depression. The company was incorporated in 1997 and is based in Montvale, New Jersey. As of December 31, 2008, Memory Pharmaceuticals Corp. operates as a subsidiary of Hoffmann-La Roche Inc.

Komag

Seed Round in 1983
Komag Materials Technology provides precision machining tools for applying substrates to computer disks. It is engaged in the development, manufacturing, and marketing of these tools. Komag Materials Technology was established in 1988 as a result of incorporation. It is based in Santa Rosa, California. It currently operates as a subsidiary of WD Media, Inc.

Anadys Pharmaceuticals

Seed Round in 1993
Anadys Pharmaceuticals is a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to developing medicines for the treatment of hepatitis C. The company is developing ANA598, a non-nucleoside polymerase inhibitor for the treatment of hepatitis C. Anadys has also investigated the potential of ANA773, an oral, small-molecule inducer of endogenous interferons that acts via the Toll-like receptor 7, or TLR7, pathway in hepatitis C.

Imaginova

Series C in 2006
Imaginova Corp. operates as a digital media and commerce company. The company, through its subsidiary, retails consumer products, such as telescopes, binoculars, and related accessories through online, catalog, and retail channels. It was formerly known as Space Holding Corporation and changed its name to Imaginova Corp. in May 2004. Imaginova Corp. was founded in 1999 and is based in Watsonville, California with additional offices in New York, New York; and Stamford, Connecticut

Cognex

Seed Round in 1982
Cognex Corporation is the worldâ€:tm:s leading provider of vision systems, vision software, vision sensors and surface inspection systems used in manufacturing automation. Cognex is also a leader in industrial ID readers. Cognex vision helps companies improve product quality, eliminate production errors, lower manufacturing costs, and exceed consumer expectations for high quality products at an affordable price.

Qpass

Seed Round in 1997
Qpass is a U.S.-based software provider that specializes in managing the full cycle of activities for business systems and value-added data services for wireless carriers and network operators. Its offering includes content partner relationships, authentication, transaction management, access control, billing, settlement and customer care. Founded in 1997, Qpass started out as a Web payment service in which the Qpass servers contained the digital wallet information necessary to complete purchases. It was the first company to host a full e-commerce system shared by participating merchants that appeared to be part of the merchant's own site. In 2004, the company acquired Dublin-based Altamedius, a well known European payment provider, in order to be able to offer this service to its mobile commerce clientele. In 2006, Qpass was acquired by Amdocs Ltd.

Amino Apps

Series A in 2015
Amino Apps enables people to discover, develop, and express their interests and passions. Founded in 2011, Amino Apps offer a network of communities allowing its users explore and obsess over the things they're into.

Clara Lending

Series A in 2016
We started Clara to help individuals and families finance their lives in a more efficient, transparent, and empowered way. We started with one of life’s most important financial decisions -- a home. We are building technology to reduce the time and cost it takes to originate a mortgage and creating a more personalized, clear experience for our customers.

ANDA Networks

Seed Round in 1998
ANDA Networks is a leading provider of carrier-class solutions for fiber-and copper-based access networks worldwide. Their application specific products cost-effectively solve today's problems in legacy networks and facilitate migration paths to the next-generation networks.

ULocate Communications

Series C in 2007
ULocate Communications offers its users with wireless location-based services that leverages individual locations for customized deliveries. ULocate Communications is a U.S.-based company that was founded in 2003.

DATAllegro

Series C in 2006
DATAllegro is an integrated data warehousing provider.

Castlight Health

Series A in 2009
Integrated Health Benefits Platform

Smartling

Series B in 2011
Smartling uses technology to transform the way content is created and consumed around the world. Smartling’s solution helps brands to access new markets, more customers and greater value. The Translation Management Platform allows ambitious brands to achieve a more dominant global position. Smartling enables brands such as British Airways, InterContinental Hotels Group, Uber, AdRoll, Shinola, Spotify, Pinterest, Hasbro and SurveyMonkey to provide truly native brand experiences. Smartling is headquartered in NYC with over 100 employees.

Martini Media

Venture Round in 2011
Martini Media Network, Inc. provides solutions for delivering brand campaigns across the passion-based niche sites this audience interacts with at work and at play. The company specializes in reaching and engaging the affluent online; and provides insights focused on the affluent market, and their online engagement and behavior. It provides solutions for brands, clients/agencies, and publishers. The company was incorporated in 2007 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of June 16, 2015, Martini Media Network, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Evolve Media, LLC.

Mable

Series A in 2020
Mable develops an online wholesale platform for retailers and distributors to find and buy products. It includes brands, such as Black Dinah Chocolatiers, Brave Coffee & Tea, Coastal Craft Kombucha, Crown Maple, Eddie's Bakery, Loco Coffee, Real Food Bar, and STOKES Firestarters. The company is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

Bivio Networks

Venture Round in 2005
Founded in 2000, Bivio Networks is dedicated to providing leading networking products that enable government agencies and service providers to control, monitor, and secure critical network infrastructure. A leader in cyber intelligence, cyber security and network control solutions, Bivio has deployed its products in a wide range of solutions. Bivio’s global customer base includes leading intelligence agencies, military organizations and service providers. Bivio is privately-held and is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area with office locations worldwide. Specialties Cyber Security, Cyber Intelligence, Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Networking Systems, Mass Metadata Extraction and Analysis, Data Retention System, Cyber Investigation, network probe

PodTech

Series A in 2007
PodTech is a video podcasting network with 5 channels and almost 20 individual shows covering technology related topics from Indian IT czars to new gadgets to digital media at music festivals. Top technology celebrities such as Robert Scoble and Jason Calacanis interview industry veterans such as Ron Conway and smart new startups like [Ustream](http://crunchbase.com/organization/ustream) and [Velvet Puffin](http://crunchbase.com/organization/velvetpuffin) to reveal the changing technological landscape. Though PodTech shows may be edited and directed by some of the most authoritative spokespeople in their relative fields, humor and an obvious thrill to be witness to new technology are never absent.

Intarcia Therapeutics

Venture Round in 2012
Intarcia Therapeutics is a biopharmaceutical company that develops therapies for diseases that require long-term chronic treatment. It offers DUROS, a drug delivery platform that stabilizes and delivers therapeutic proteins and peptides. Intarcia Therapeutics' products include OMEGA DUROS, an interferon delivery device for treating Hepatitis C and ITCA 650, a delivery device that provides type 2 diabetes patients with long-term steady state dosing of an incretin mimetic therapy. Additionally, it develops programs for treating obesity. David Franklin, James M. Ahlers, and Thomas Alessi founded BioMedicines in 1997 that became Intarcia Therapeutics in September 2004. Its headquarters is in Hayward in California with an additional office in Mountain View in California.

3Box

Series A in 2022
3Box Inc. offers 3box.io, a social profiles application for Ethereum users and communities and 3box.js, an application program interface (API) for web3 developers to onboard users and set/get data to a profile. Additionally, the company offers 3box-dapp, allows users to create and manage their social profile, sign in to dapps, interact with other users, build a reputation, and store data.3Box Inc. was founded in 2018 and is based in New York, New York.

PowerVision, Inc.

Series D in 2014
As of March 13, 2019, PowerVision, Inc. was acquired by Alcon Laboratories, Inc. PowerVision, Inc. develops fluid-controlled intraocular lens. It offers FluidVision accommodating intraocular lens technology, which restores the vision of youth to middle aged or elderly individuals affected by presbyopia and/or cataracts. The company was incorporated in 2002 and is based in Belmont, California.

MakeSchool

Series B in 2019
MakeSchool provides a higher education degree program, creating a more direct connection between education and employment. MakeSchool provides instructional, curricular, admissions, and other services to help operate innovative new college programs in partnership with established universities. MakeSchool ensures relevance of education for the modern economy and accessibility to students of all backgrounds.
Ironwood Pharmaceuticals is an entrepreneurial pharmaceutical company, engages in developing and marketing human medicines. It engages in developing a pipeline of clinical candidates in the areas of gastrointestinal diseases, cardiovascular diseases, pain, and inflammation. The company's operationally independent subsidiary, Microbia Inc., engages in developing and commercializing bioprocesses for use in pharmaceuticals, foods, and specialty and industrial chemicals. Ironwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc. was formerly known as Microbia, Inc. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Audentes Therapeutics

Series B in 2014
Audentes Therapeutics is a biotechnology company committed to the development and commercialization of innovative new gene therapy treatments for people with serious rare diseases. We are a focused, experienced and passionate team driven by the goal of improving the lives of patients.

White Amber

Series C in 2002
White Amber provides non-workforce management solutions. It was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in New York, United States.

Inscripta, Inc

Series B in 2017
Inscripta, Inc. operates as a gene editing technology company. The company engages in developing CRISPR enzymes (MADzymes) for precision gene editing. Inscripta, Inc. was formerly known as Muse Biotechnology, Inc. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Boulder, Colorado. It has additional offices in Pleasanton and San Diego, California.

Nanosys

Series A in 2002
Nanosys, Inc. develops and delivers quantum dot technology for high definition viewing experience for the display industry. It offers Quantum Dot Concentrate material; quantum dot nanomaterials; and Quantum Dot Enhancement film to industrial supply chain partners. Its products are used in tablets, televisions, smartphones, and other consumer electronics applications. Nanosys, Inc. was incorporated in 2001 and is based in Milpitas, California.

Grand Rounds

Series B in 2014
Grand Rounds’ vision is to create a path to great health and health care, for everyone, everywhere. Founded in 2011, the company provides an employer-based technology solution that connects members and their families to high-quality care. With Grand Rounds, employers get a personalized, high-performance network at scale, while their employees get the tools and support needed to navigate their care on their own terms. Named Rock Health’s 2018 Fastest Growing Company, Grand Rounds helps restore individual health and quality of life, and offers employers lower health care spend and higher employee productivity.

California Energy Commission

Venture Round in 1980
The California Energy Commission is the state's primary energy policy and planning agency. Created by the Legislature in 1974 and located in Sacramento, the Commission responsibilities include: Forecasting future energy needs and keeping historical energy data. Licensing thermal power plants 50 megawatts or larger. Promoting energy efficiency by setting the state's appliance and building efficiency standards and working with local government to enforce those standards. Supporting public interest energy research that advances energy science and technology through research, development, and demonstration programs. Supporting renewable energy by providing market support to existing, new, and emerging renewable technologies; providing incentives for small wind and fuel cell electricity systems; and providing incentives for solar electricity systems in new home construction. Implementing the state's Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Program. Planning for and directing state response to energy emergencies. With energy challenges facing the state, the Commission and its dedicated staff of state employees stand ready to turn challenges into opportunities and help Californians continue to have energy choices that are affordable, reliable, diverse, safe, and environmentally acceptable.

Tapioca Mobile

Seed Round in 2007
Tapioca Mobile provides the most efficient, direct way to get rich media (videos, pictures, more) into the hands of mobile phone users. They help content providers move their digital assets from servers onto handsets. They help advertisers reach a whole new base of eyes and ears.

Cerulean Pharma

Series B in 2008
Cerulean Pharma Inc. is a privately-held biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of novel nanotechnology-based therapeutics in the areas of oncology, cardiovascular, autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. The Company has assembled a world-class management team, board of directors and scientific advisory board that collectively have a significant track record of business building, product development and scientific breakthroughs from companies and institutions such as Cubist, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Pfizer, Wyeth, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard Medical School, MD Anderson, Fox Chase Cancer Center and the Arizona Health Center.

Vanilla

Series A in 2021
Vanilla is an estate planning platform that allows advisors to unlock new value for clients and prospects alike, no expertise required.

Zero Networks

Series A in 2022
Zero Networks automates the development and enforcement of network access rules throughout an entire network. Its technology customizes who can access what in a network by learning how users and machines communicate. Zero Networks provides a bypass mechanism through a two-factor authentication wall on users’ mobile phones, ensuring unusual but legitimate connections are not affected. With Zero Networks, there are no agents to deploy, no policies to configure, just airtight security for all users and machines. Zero Networks was founded in 2019 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.

Cerulean Pharma

Series D in 2011
Cerulean Pharma Inc. is a privately-held biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of novel nanotechnology-based therapeutics in the areas of oncology, cardiovascular, autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. The Company has assembled a world-class management team, board of directors and scientific advisory board that collectively have a significant track record of business building, product development and scientific breakthroughs from companies and institutions such as Cubist, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Pfizer, Wyeth, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard Medical School, MD Anderson, Fox Chase Cancer Center and the Arizona Health Center.

Keros Therapeutics, Inc.

Series C in 2020
Keros Therapeutics, Inc., a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, focuses on the discovery, development, and commercialization of novel treatments for patients suffering from hematological and musculoskeletal disorders with high unmet medical need. The company’s lead protein therapeutic product candidate is KER-050, which is being developed for the treatment of low blood cell counts, or cytopenias, including anemia and thrombocytopenia in patients with myelodysplastic syndromes, or MDS, and in patients with myelofibrosis. It is also developing small molecule product candidate KER-047 that is being developed for the treatment of anemia, as well as for the treatment of fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva, or FOP, and is currently in a Phase 1 clinical trial; and KER-012 being developed for the treatment of disorders associated with bone loss, such as osteoporosis and osteogenesis imperfecta, and for the treatment of pulmonary arterial hypertension, or PAH. The company was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts.

White Amber

Series D in 2003
White Amber provides non-workforce management solutions. It was founded in 1977 and is headquartered in New York, United States.
Constellation Pharmaceuticals is the first biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the development of novel therapeutics in the emerging field of Epigenetics, a new field of science which is focused on selective regulators of epigenetic function, which are critical to controlling gene expression.

Epic Sciences, Inc.

Series A in 2009
Epic Sciences is a privately held diagnostics company committed to improving cancer management by providing easily accessible and real-time biopsy material to guide personalized medicine. Epic is founded on a powerful platform to identify and characterize rare cells including circulating tumor cells ("CTCs"). Epic is working with a number of partners including numerous pharmaceutical companies, major cancer centers, the National Cancer Institute, and the National Institutes of Health.

Adnexus

Series C in 2007
Engages in the development of Adnectins biologics and medicines in the United States

Auditoria

Series A in 2021
Auditoria is a provider of AI-driven automation solutions for Finance teams, based in Santa Clara, California, and backed by Neotribe Ventures, Engineering Capital and Firebolt Ventures. Its flagship offering, Auditoria SmartFlow Skills, leverages natural language processing, artificial intelligence and machine learning to remove friction and repetition, automate finance back office business processes, and deliver cutting-edge real-time predictive analytics to enterprise Finance and Accounting teams.

Airspan Networks

Series B in 1998
Airspan Networks is a global provider of 4G broadband wireless systems and solutions that deliver high-speed data, voice and multimedia services. Airspan’s products serve operators and vertical markets such as smart utilities, transportation and public safety around the world in both licensed and unlicensed frequency bands covering from 700MHz up to 6GHz. Its products have been deployed in over 100 countries by 500 operators, 100 of which use Airspan’s 4G products. Airspan has a unique combination of in-house skills addressing the LTE, WiMAX, Wi-Fi and VoIP technologies and develops industry-leading products by combining these technologies in innovative ways in order to deliver new and advanced solutions. Airspan offers a comprehensive range of products to meet the connectivity requirements of a wide variety of applications. With a pioneering suite of 4G radio access network (RAN) products, Airspan delivers first-ever solutions to bridge connectivity gaps, provide improved end-user personal broadband experiences, and connect a myriad of vertical market organizations to reliable, robust 4G broadband.

Nest Labs

Series C in 2013
Nest Labs is a home automation producer of programmable, self-learning, sensor-driven, Wi-Fi-enabled thermostats, smoke detectors, and other security systems. It introduced the Nest Learning Thermostat in 2011 as its first product. The Nest Protect smoke and carbon monoxide detector was then introduced in October 2013. After acquiring Dropcam, the rebranded Nest Cam was introduced in June 2015.

Zmurl

Seed Round in 2020
Luma provides a platform for people to host virtual classes, record live shows, educate, and find their communities via Zoom. They host delightful Zoom events and promote the event, manage attendees, and sell tickets. It was incorporated in 2020 and is based in San Francisco, California.

GENBAND

Series A in 1999
GENBAND is a global supplier of IP gateways, session border controllers and FMC security solutions. These high-performance, high-security gateway solutions are at the center of fixed and mobile networks around the globe, evolving, securing and improving communications networks.

Hua Medicine

Series C in 2016
Hua Medicine is a clinical-stage, innovative drug development company in China, focused on novel therapies for the treatment of diabetes and CNS disorders. Founded by pharma industry veterans and funded by a premier group of international VC investment firms such as Fidelity Asia, Fidelity Biosciences, ARCH Ventures, Venrock, SAIL and WuXi Ventures, the company has in-licensed from major pharma, world-wide rights to a potential best-in-class, oral drug for the treatment of Type 2 Diabetes which utilizes a novel mechanism of action.

Doctor on Demand, Inc.

Series A in 2014
Doctor On Demand is a video telemedicine company, offering on-demand and scheduled visits with US-licensed healthcare providers via any smartphone, tablet, or computer. It focuses on providing solutions for employers, health plans, retail clinics, and health systems. With solutions for employers, health plans, retail clinics, and health systems, Doctor On Demand is redefining the industry with top-rated customer experience, highest clinical standards, and implementation and customer success directors, as well as 24/7 customer support. The company was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Anacor Pharmaceutical

Series C in 2005
Anacor Pharmaceuticals is a biopharmaceutical company that engages in developing small-molecule therapeutics from its boron chemistry platform. It focuses on developing topical applications of its compounds to treat fungal, bacterial, and inflammatory diseases. The company’s primary product candidate, AN2690, is a novel topical antifungal for the treatment of toenail onychomycosis, a fungal infection of the nail and nail bed. It is also developing AN2728, an anti-inflammatory product candidate for the treatment of psoriasis; AN0128, a product candidate that has antibiotic and anti-inflammatory properties; and AN2718, which is in preclinical development for the topical treatment of vaginal candidiasis and tineapedis.

Kopin Corporation

Seed Round in 1985
Kopin Corporation's voice-activated, wireless, hands-free Golden-i® mobile computing headsets, power-efficient, ultra-small liquid crystal displays, and heterojunction bipolar transistors (HBTs) are revolutionizing the way people around the world see, hear and communicate. Kopin has shipped more than 30 million displays for a range of consumer and military applications including digital cameras, personal video eyewear, camcorders, thermal weapon sights and night vision systems. The innovative Golden-i computing headsets are generating strong interest in industrial, medical, military, homeland security and utility applications. The Company's unique HBTs, which help to enhance battery life, talk time and signal clarity, have been integrated into billions of wireless handsets as well as into WiFi, VoIP and high-speed Internet data transmission systems. Kopin's proprietary display, Golden-i and III-V technologies are protected by more than 200 global patents and patents pending

MessageOne

Series C in 2002
MessageOne is a provider of managed services for email management, archiving and business continuity. For enterprise email and wireless messaging systems, the company's Email Management Services (EMS) provides comprehensive email archiving, storage management and e-Discovery with the total continuity, recovery, and security protection only available from a managed service. In addition, MessageOne's AlertFind provides guaranteed emergency notification and escalation to help companies protect their employees during any crisis or disaster. Millions of users around the world depend on MessageOne for its managed services.

Kwicr

Series A in 2013
kwicr (formerly Q Factor) has created the world’s first mobile delivery network, providing unparalleled performance for apps and a superior mobile experience for end users, ensuring responsiveness in even the most challenging connectivity situations. 
 In a world where users have myriad choices for productivity or entertainment apps on their mobile devices, they will quickly look elsewhere when not experiencing the near-instant responses they are used to on Web-based devices. Now, developers can easily empower their apps to utilize the kwicr mobile delivery network, providing faster information delivery and the confidence that their apps always work. Available for iOS and Android apps, kwicr also provides developers with actionable intelligence through advanced analytics related to speed, concurrent connections and avoided abandonments. kwicr’s cloud-based solution is variably priced, including a free version. The company is initially focusing on the gaming, streaming video and mobile enterprise app markets. kwicr is privately held and based in Waltham, Massachusetts and has received venture capital funding from Sigma Prime and Venrock.

CVRx, Inc.

Venture Round in 2020
CVRx is a medical device company that develops implantable technology for the treatment of high blood pressure. Its products include Rheos implantable pulse generator that provides control and delivery of the activation energy; and Rheos carotid sinus leads, which conducts activation energy from the Rheos implantable pulse generator to the left and right carotid arteries. The company also offers a Rheos programmer system that communicates with the Rheos pulse generator. CVRx was founded in 2001 and is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Skyryse, Inc.

Series B in 2021
Skyryse has developed a hardware and software operating system, FlightOS, to power all general aviation (GA) aircraft, enabling safer, more capable, and more accessible flight.  FlightOS is a common interface for pilots to be able to operate any aircraft - rotorcraft or fixed-wing - with the same controls, substantially reducing pilot fatigue and complexity while offering a step function improvement in flight safety and emergency management. With tens of hours of training, any pilot can safely fly any aircraft regardless of its engine/wing/rotor configuration, either from the cockpit or remotely. Founded in 2016, the company is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, United States.

Ocelot Bio

Series A in 2022
Ocelot Bio brings new treatment options to patients with severe liver disease. The company was founded in 2020 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.

ABL Space Systems

Venture Round in 2020
ABL Space Systems was founded by former SpaceX engineering leaders in 2017 to develop low-cost launch vehicles for the small satellite industry. ABL is headquartered in El Segundo, California, where it has 30,000 square feet of facilities for research, development, and production. ABL is a privately-owned corporation backed by a premier group of private equity investors

Authentica

Series B in 2002
Authentica provides content security software for protecting and controlling business information in companies. It offers enterprise rights management solutions to control, secure, and track information. The company's products provide secure delivery, and after-delivery protection for email, electronic documents, and Web content. Authentica, Inc. was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts.

Martini Media

Series D in 2013
Martini Media Network, Inc. provides solutions for delivering brand campaigns across the passion-based niche sites this audience interacts with at work and at play. The company specializes in reaching and engaging the affluent online; and provides insights focused on the affluent market, and their online engagement and behavior. It provides solutions for brands, clients/agencies, and publishers. The company was incorporated in 2007 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of June 16, 2015, Martini Media Network, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Evolve Media, LLC.

RedSeal

Venture Round in 2011
RedSeal develops security risk management (SRM) software and solutions and helps companies eliminate cyber threats. RedSeal was founded in 2004, helps Global 2000 organizations defend their critical digital assets. RedSeal gets ahead of cyber criminals by calculating every possible internal and external “attack path” to the most valuable network assets – before they do. Customers get a prioritized list of the most vulnerable paths to their most valuable assets. More than 200 corporations and government agencies worldwide have RedSealed their networks, including five of the top 50 financial institutions, all of the major security vendors, fifteen of the Fortune 100 retail companies, and a number of US government organizations including the US Army, US Navy, US Postal Service and the FAA. Key commercial customers include Nationwide, Oracle, Cisco and First Data. RedSeal partners with all of the top suppliers of network infrastructure (Cisco, Juniper Networks, Fortinet, Arista, Aruba, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks, F5). Its software integrates with all industry leading security solutions (McAfee, Symantec, Qualys, HP ArcSight, Rapid7, Splunk,Tripwire, MaxPatrol, nMap) as well as with major workflow vendors (ServiceNow, Remedy), providing the most comprehensive validation of network security. RedSeal is backed by prominent venture investors including Venrock, Leapfrog Ventures, Sutter Hill Ventures, JAFCO Ventures, Olympic Venture Partners and In-Q-Tel.

Jiff, Inc.

Series B in 2014
Jiff is a venture-backed, Mountain View-based technology company that is reinventing healthcare, one employee at a time. It builds customized mobile and web experiences that connect company benefits and incentives design to healthy employee behaviors using the wearables and apps that they all know and love. The company was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

Gazelle, Inc.

Series A in 2008
Gazelle is an e-commerce platform for buying and selling used electronic gadgets. They pay cash for used smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktops and then inspect, certify them, and sell them to consumers looking for a cost-effective way to stay connected. The company was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts with operations in Louisville, Kentucky.

Starbak

Series B in 2003
Starbak is a leading global provider of enterprise video networks and portals that allow organizations to reach employees, partners and customers with "always on" live and on-demand video programming. Starbak's solutions are used by hundreds of companies worldwide, including Fortune 500 corporations, colleges and universities, public schools, hospitals and government agencies. Starbak solutions are available worldwide through a network of value-added resellers and full-service integrators. Starbak is a fully authorized, licensed and certified partner for Microsoft Windows Media.

Maxxan Systems

Series B in 2001
MaXXan Systems is the first company to create next-generation networking infrastructure technologies specifically to meet the needs of businesses deploying large-scale storage networks. Businesses at the enterprise level are faced with extreme data growth rates and spiraling costs for managing data. MaXXan products will bring more scalability, reliability and intelligence to storage networks while reducing the cost of management, deployment and ownership of those networks.

Intuity Medical

Venture Round in 2014
Intuity Medical develops blood glucose monitoring systems for diabetes management. Their POGO Automatic Blood Glucose Monitoring System is the world’s first FDA-cleared automatic, one-step blood glucose meter that combines lancing, blood collection, and analysis into a single 10-test cartridge. It provides a convenient and discreet solution for millions of patients who need to regularly test their blood glucose. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.

Dynamic Signal

Series E in 2018
Dynamic Signal Inc. develops an employee advocacy platform for organizations. Its employee advocacy program help organizes to increase sales and awareness, reduce operational costs, and improve employee engagement. Dynamic Signal Inc. was formerly known as Influentials.net, Inc. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Bruno, California.

Neoforma

Private Equity Round in 1999
Neoforma provides supply chain management solutions for the healthcare industry. The company's solutions include Neoforma Order Management Solution, Neoforma Contract Management Solution, Neoforma Data Management Solution, and Neoforma Materials Management Solution for hospitals and group purchasing organizations; and HPIS Market Intelligence, Neoforma Pharmaceutical Market Intelligence, Neoforma OMS, Neoforma CMS, Neoforma CMS for Contract and Rebate Management Services and Reporting, and Neoforma MMS for its supplier customers. It offers its market intelligence offerings to medical-surgical and pharmaceutical manufacturers that sell through distributors.

Meltano

Seed Round in 2022
Meltano is an open source DataOps platform that brings together best-in-class open source tools and technologies for the data lifecycle. Open source integrations include the Singer standard for data integration and its library of over 200 connectors, dbt for transformation, Airflow for orchestration, and soon Superset for visualization. Meltano simplifies configuration, deployment, and monitoring, and lets data teams benefit from DevOps best practices such as version control, code review, and CI/CD. Built on Open Source, Meltano works alongside its community of over 1200 data professionals at startups, global enterprises, and consultancies to build the next generation of data infrastructure and support a large ecosystem of open source connectors. There are thousands of active Meltano projects in use today by organizations such as Netlify and GitLab.

Appthority, Inc.

Series B in 2016
Appthority, Inc. develops mobile application security solutions. The company offers MTP, a mobile threat defense solution that protects enterprises from mobile threats to enterprise data and employee privacy. It also provides threat detection, management, and intelligence solutions. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of November 5, 2018, Appthority, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of NortonLifeLock Inc.

Simbe Robotics

Series A in 2019
Simbe Robotics automates the most mundane, repetitive tasks in retail execution. It's first product, Tally, performs the repetitive and laborious tasks of auditing shelves for out-of-stock items, low stock items, misplaced items, and pricing errors. Tally operates safely during normal store hours alongside shoppers and employees.

Award Software

Seed Round in 1995
Award Software provides system enabling and management software solutions for personal computers and embedded systems.

Orecon

Series A in 2008
Wave energy is the future and Orecon is making that future today's reality. The oceans are a source of immense and limitless power. Orecon is here to harness that power and convert it into sustainable and affordable electricity. Orecon's MRC has been designed specifically to do this. It's a robust and reliable wave energy device that uses the best tried and tested components on the market. And it's clean because respecting the oceans is as important to us as releasing the power within them.

Dynamic Signal

Series A in 2011
Dynamic Signal Inc. develops an employee advocacy platform for organizations. Its employee advocacy program help organizes to increase sales and awareness, reduce operational costs, and improve employee engagement. Dynamic Signal Inc. was formerly known as Influentials.net, Inc. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Bruno, California.

Phononic, Inc.

Series B in 2012
Phononic is a growth stage, semiconductor hardware company commercializing solid-state heat pumps and fully integrated systems that displace compressors, heat sinks, and fans for electronics cooling; residential and commercial refrigeration; and climate control. The company’s disruptive approach combines high-performance solid-state heat pumps integrated into a manufacturing-friendly systems architecture that realizes products that are smart, sustainable, and solid state-driven.

ANDA Networks

Venture Round in 2006
ANDA Networks is a leading provider of carrier-class solutions for fiber-and copper-based access networks worldwide. Their application specific products cost-effectively solve today's problems in legacy networks and facilitate migration paths to the next-generation networks.

RayzeBio

Series B in 2020
RayzeBio, Inc. is a biotechnology company that develops tumor-targeted small molecule medicines that harness the power of radioisotopes. The company provides macrocyclic peptide mimetic binders to deliver therapeutic radioisotopes, such as Actinium-225, an alpha-emitter for solid tumors. RayzeBio, Inc. was founded in 2020 and is based in San Diego, California.
Astranis is a developer of a new satellite technology that aims to transmit data down to specific terrestrial locations with each satellite it launches. The company's mission is to help get online the 4 billion people who are without internet access.

Dynamic Signal

Series C in 2015
Dynamic Signal Inc. develops an employee advocacy platform for organizations. Its employee advocacy program help organizes to increase sales and awareness, reduce operational costs, and improve employee engagement. Dynamic Signal Inc. was formerly known as Influentials.net, Inc. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Bruno, California.

Ariosa Diagnostics, Inc.

Series A in 2009
Ariosa Diagnostics, Inc. (formerly Aria Diagnostics (formerly known as Tandem Diagnostics)), a San Jose, Calif.-based molecular diagnostics company.

DoubleClick

Seed Round in 1997
DoubleClick is a provider of digital marketing technology and services. Companies come to DoubleClick for expertise in ad serving, media, video, search and affiliate marketing to help them make the most of the digital medium.
Vitae Pharmaceuticals is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company building a portfolio of novel, small molecule, best-in-class compounds that address large markets with significant unmet medical needs, including chronic kidney disease, diabetes, atherosclerosis and Alzheimer's disease.

VeloCloud

Series C in 2016
VeloCloud Networks™, Inc. is the Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN™ company, a Gartner Cool Vendor, the Frost & Sullivan Product Leader in the SD-WAN Solution Market, and a Best of Interop and Best of VMworld winner. The company simplifies branch WAN networking by automating deployment and improving performance over private, broadband Internet and LTE links for today’s increasingly distributed enterprises. VeloCloud SD-WAN includes: a choice of public, private or hybrid cloud network for enterprise-grade connection to cloud and enterprise applications; branch office enterprise appliances and optional data center appliances; software-defined control and automation; and virtual services delivery.

Inscripta, Inc

Series C in 2019
Inscripta, Inc. operates as a gene editing technology company. The company engages in developing CRISPR enzymes (MADzymes) for precision gene editing. Inscripta, Inc. was formerly known as Muse Biotechnology, Inc. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Boulder, Colorado. It has additional offices in Pleasanton and San Diego, California.

Sonic Innovations

Seed Round in 1995
Sonic mission by putting into practice three corporate values. These standards are the driving force behind our solutions and provide focus as we meet the needs of professionals and users. We manufacture quality hearing aids and are all about celebrating the sounds of everyday life like music, nature, and more. With Sonic, everyday sounds better.

NanoGram

Series A in 2000
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.

GENBAND

Series D in 2001
GENBAND is a global supplier of IP gateways, session border controllers and FMC security solutions. These high-performance, high-security gateway solutions are at the center of fixed and mobile networks around the globe, evolving, securing and improving communications networks.
Quantenna specializes in providing Wi-Fi solutions. Founded in 2006, Quantenna has demonstrated its leadership in Wi-Fi technologies with many industry firsts in the market. Quantenna continues to innovate with the mission to perfect Wi-Fi by establishing benchmarks for speed, range, efficiency, and reliability. Quantenna takes a multidimensional approach, from silicon, a system to software for Wi-Fi networks, and provides solutions for OEMs and service providers worldwide.
Astranis is a developer of a new satellite technology that aims to transmit data down to specific terrestrial locations with each satellite it launches. The company's mission is to help get online the 4 billion people who are without internet access.

RefleXion Medical

Series A in 2014
RefleXion Medical Inc., a medical equipment company, develops a biologically-guided radiotherapy system (BgRT) for cancer treatment. Its technology allows tumors to continuously signal their location during treatment and potentially revolutionize the practice of radiation oncology. The company’s technology also enables simultaneous treatment of tumors throughout the body, as well as real-time dose adaptation to specific biological characteristics of the tumor. RefleXion Medical Inc. has a strategic collaboration agreement with Telix Pharmaceuticals Limited; and a strategic partnership with HealthMyne Inc. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Hayward, California.

XConnect Global Networks

Series B in 2009
XConnect is the world's leading provider of next generation interconnection services driving the adoption of IP based multimedia communications. Powered by their award winning ENUM registry and IPX hub technology, XConnect enables our customers to capitalise on their network and technology investments through the delivery of IP voice, video and unified communications (UC) across disparate networks and platforms. Head quartered in London with offices and facilities in the USA, EMEA and Asia, XConnect's extensive customer base spans more than 70 countries. Customers include major carriers, service providers, Unified Communications, and Video Conferencing providers.

Niara, Inc.

Series B in 2015
Niara, Inc. provides security analytics for attack detection and incident response. Its security analytics solution automates the detection of attacks on the inside of an organization by applying advanced machine learning to data from the network and security infrastructure; and discovers compromised users and malicious insiders, performs advanced threat hunting, and conducts incident investigations. The company’s security analytics solution is available as an on-premise or cloud deployment. Niara, Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in Sunnyvale, California. As of February 1, 2017, Niara, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of HPE Aruba.

Qpass

Series A in 2000
Qpass is a U.S.-based software provider that specializes in managing the full cycle of activities for business systems and value-added data services for wireless carriers and network operators. Its offering includes content partner relationships, authentication, transaction management, access control, billing, settlement and customer care. Founded in 1997, Qpass started out as a Web payment service in which the Qpass servers contained the digital wallet information necessary to complete purchases. It was the first company to host a full e-commerce system shared by participating merchants that appeared to be part of the merchant's own site. In 2004, the company acquired Dublin-based Altamedius, a well known European payment provider, in order to be able to offer this service to its mobile commerce clientele. In 2006, Qpass was acquired by Amdocs Ltd.

Atom Computing

Series B in 2022
Atom Computing builds truly scalable quantum computers out of individual atoms. The company's quantum computers use quantum mechanical properties of atoms to process information and solve problems beyond the reach of traditional computers, including drug design, computational chemistry, and more. Atom Computing was founded in 2018 and based in Berkeley, California.

LinkedIn SlideShare

Series A in 2008
SlideShare is an online community that allows users to upload and share PowerPoint presentations, documents, and infographics. It also provides users the ability to rate, comment on, and share the uploaded content. The platform covers topics such leadership, technology, education, marketing, design, entertainment, data analytics, economy and finance, engineering, environment, food, health and medicine, real estate, recruiting and HR, retail, social media, travel, and more. SlideShare was founded by Amit Ranjan, Jonathan Boutelle, and Rashmi Sinha and is based in San Francisco, California.

Shockwave Medical

Series D in 2018
ShockWave Medical, Inc., a medical device company, develops and commercializes intravascular lithotripsy technology to treat calcified plaque in patients with peripheral vascular, coronary vascular, and heart valve diseases. The company offers M5 catheters for treating above-the-knee peripheral artery disease; C2 catheters for treating coronary artery disease; and S4 catheters for treating below-the-knee peripheral artery disease. It serves interventional cardiologists, vascular surgeons, and interventional radiologists through sales representatives and sales managers, and distributors. The company operates in the United States, Germany, rest of Europe, and internationally. ShockWave Medical, Inc. was incorporated in 2009 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.

P-Cube

Series C in 2002
P-Cube develops programmable IP service control platforms for broadband and mobile network operators. The company's products include engage, which offers service providers a roadmap to profitability by offering technology that enables operators to adopt a phased approach; encharge, which works with existing OSS and BSS systems that creates a converged voice and data prepaid-postpaid environment; and service control platforms.

amunix

Series A in 2020
Amunix Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, discovers and develops protein and peptide therapeutics products for cancer. It focuses on XTEN, a half-life extension platform; XPAT (XTENylated Protease-Activated T Cell Engager) platform using its XTEN technology to analyze protease activity in the tumor microenvironment; and Protease Triggered Immune Activator (ProTIA), an immuno-oncology therapeutic. The company caters to the academic, biotechnology, and pharmaceutical sectors. It has strategic partnerships with Janssen, Biogen-Idec, Noxxon, Baxalta, Ambrx, Seattle Genetics, and Versartis. The company was formerly known as Amunix, Inc. Amunix Pharmaceuticals, Inc. was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

Formstack

Venture Round in 2014
Formstack is a workplace productivity solution built to transform the way people collect information and put it to work. With its powerful data collection and process automation capabilities, Formstack reduces data chaos and solves important business problems. Formstack’s offerings include intuitive data collection products, advanced workflow functionality, payment processing capabilities, automated document generation, and a suite of advanced application integrations.

Alimera Sciences, Inc.

Series B in 2005
Alimera Sciences is a pharmaceutical company that specializes in the research, development, and commercialization of prescription ophthalmic pharmaceuticals. They are presently focused on diseases affecting the back of the eye, or retina because these diseases are not well treated with current therapies and will affect millions of people in their aging populations. It was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia.

Inscripta, Inc

Series D in 2019
Inscripta, Inc. operates as a gene editing technology company. The company engages in developing CRISPR enzymes (MADzymes) for precision gene editing. Inscripta, Inc. was formerly known as Muse Biotechnology, Inc. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Boulder, Colorado. It has additional offices in Pleasanton and San Diego, California.

Dynamic Signal

Series D in 2016
Dynamic Signal Inc. develops an employee advocacy platform for organizations. Its employee advocacy program help organizes to increase sales and awareness, reduce operational costs, and improve employee engagement. Dynamic Signal Inc. was formerly known as Influentials.net, Inc. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Bruno, California.

Atom Computing

Seed Round in 2018
Atom Computing builds truly scalable quantum computers out of individual atoms. The company's quantum computers use quantum mechanical properties of atoms to process information and solve problems beyond the reach of traditional computers, including drug design, computational chemistry, and more. Atom Computing was founded in 2018 and based in Berkeley, California.

PGP Corporation

Series A in 2002
PGP Corporation provides email and data encryption software solutions for enterprises, businesses, and governments.

Element Biosciences, Inc.

Series B in 2020
Element Biosciences, Inc. develops genetic analysis tools for the research and diagnostic markets. The company provides a disruptive DNA sequencing technology and a sequencing platform, such as surface chemistry, sequencing chemistry, detection, and data analysis. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is based in San Diego, California.

IP Commerce

Series C in 2008
IP Commerce is a privately held software company serving small and medium sized businesses (SMBs). Its flagship solution, Commerce Sync, simplifies accounting for thousands of SMBs, helping business owners realize valuable time savings, increased accuracy, and complete business visibility. The Company is headquartered in Denver, Colorado.
Boundless provides immigrants with the tools, information, and personalized support to navigate their immigration journey. The company is driven by a mission to empower families in navigating the immigration system more confidently, rapidly, and affordably. The company was founded in 2017 and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.

Dapper Labs

Venture Round in 2021
Dapper Labs Inc. develops blockchain-based cryptokitties video games. The company offers consumer blockchain collectible cats games for entertainment brands. Dapper Labs Inc. was incorporated in 2018 and is based in Vancouver, Canada.

CytomX Therapeutics, Inc.

Series D in 2015
CytomX Therapeutics is an early stage, privately-funded biotechnology company developing Probodiesâ„¢, proteolytically-activated antibodies. Probodies, by their ability to site-direct the activity of antibodies, will result in an improved therapeutic index for validated targets as well enable the drugging of targets with broad tissue expression. Their mission, alone and with the help of partners, is to provide patients with more effective and less toxic therapies for severe illnesses such as cancer and inflammatory diseases.

Numerated

Series B in 2019
Numerated makes it easy for businesses to purchase financial products from banks. Its digital lending and sales platform allows banks to create convenient digital application, digital account opening, and digital lending experiences enabled by rich data integrations. In addition, Numerated provides credit pre-screening and core data analysis tools to help banks fuel more targeted sales and marketing campaigns. Numerated is chosen by top business banks, including Bremer Bank, Dollar Bank, Eastern Bank, MidFirst Bank, Seacoast Bank, People's United Bank, and more.
Constellation Pharmaceuticals is the first biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the development of novel therapeutics in the emerging field of Epigenetics, a new field of science which is focused on selective regulators of epigenetic function, which are critical to controlling gene expression.

Veridiem Inc

Series D in 2004
Veridiem Inc is an enterprise software company that offers marketing resource management software. It also offers a suite of marketing analysis, operational, and optimization applications for companies in the automotive, consumer package goods, and financial industries. Veridiem Inc also offers implementation, professional, training, and support services. It is based in Maynard, Massachusetts.

BlogHer Inc.

Series B in 2008
BlogHer Inc. owns and operates a cross-platform media network that publishes and syndicates news, information, advice, recommendations, and research on women in social media across interest areas. Its platform allows users to share voices, stories, and ideas in the areas of food, family, fashion and beauty, love and sex, work and life, DIY and home, health, entertainment, news, and blogging. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Redwood City, California. BlogHer Inc. operates as a subsidiary of SheKnows, LLC.

AppNexus

Series C in 2010
Provides trading solutions and powers marketplaces for internet advertising
Ironwood Pharmaceuticals is an entrepreneurial pharmaceutical company, engages in developing and marketing human medicines. It engages in developing a pipeline of clinical candidates in the areas of gastrointestinal diseases, cardiovascular diseases, pain, and inflammation. The company's operationally independent subsidiary, Microbia Inc., engages in developing and commercializing bioprocesses for use in pharmaceuticals, foods, and specialty and industrial chemicals. Ironwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc. was formerly known as Microbia, Inc. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

WorldHeart

Venture Round in 2010
WorldHeart is a public company headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah (USA), with additional offices located in Oakland, California (USA), and in Herkenbosch (The Netherlands). Its registered office is Delaware, USA. Its stock trades on the NASDAQ National Market (ticker symbol: WHRT).
Olema Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, focuses on the discovery, development, and commercialization of therapies for women’s cancers. Its lead program is OP-1250, an estrogen receptor (ER) antagonist and a selective ER degrader, which is in Phase 1/2 clinical trial for the treatment of metastatic or locally advanced, ER-positive, and human epidermal growth factor receptor 2-negative breast cancer. The company was formerly known as CombiThera, Inc. and changed its name to Olema Pharmaceuticals, Inc. in March 2009. Olema Pharmaceuticals, Inc. was incorporated in 2006 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

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.

Nanosys

Series C in 2005
Nanosys, Inc. develops and delivers quantum dot technology for high definition viewing experience for the display industry. It offers Quantum Dot Concentrate material; quantum dot nanomaterials; and Quantum Dot Enhancement film to industrial supply chain partners. Its products are used in tablets, televisions, smartphones, and other consumer electronics applications. Nanosys, Inc. was incorporated in 2001 and is based in Milpitas, California.

Narvii

Venture Round in 2015
Narvii creates a mobile community platform for long-tail interests, organizations, and brands. It specializes in the fields of enterprise applications, enterprise software, and mobile apps. It was founded in 2009 and is based in Medford, Massachusetts.

Intarcia Therapeutics

Series E in 2004
Intarcia Therapeutics is a biopharmaceutical company that develops therapies for diseases that require long-term chronic treatment. It offers DUROS, a drug delivery platform that stabilizes and delivers therapeutic proteins and peptides. Intarcia Therapeutics' products include OMEGA DUROS, an interferon delivery device for treating Hepatitis C and ITCA 650, a delivery device that provides type 2 diabetes patients with long-term steady state dosing of an incretin mimetic therapy. Additionally, it develops programs for treating obesity. David Franklin, James M. Ahlers, and Thomas Alessi founded BioMedicines in 1997 that became Intarcia Therapeutics in September 2004. Its headquarters is in Hayward in California with an additional office in Mountain View in California.

Receptos

Series A in 2009
Receptos is a privately-held drug discovery and development company which utilizes pioneering G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) technology to facilitate information-driven drug design for developing best- and first-in-class drugs.

Keyotee

Series A in 2003
Keyotee is a ab-less company, develops solutions based on custom chips and system level boards to serve as evaluation platforms.

Space.com

Series B in 2000
Space.com inspires casual sky watchers and space fans of all ages with vivid stories and images celebrating cosmic events and discoveries, human spaceflight and robotic exploration. We reveal the universe by bringing the journey down to Earth. 

PEAK Surgical

Series B in 2006
PEAK Surgical is a medical device company that is committed to providing physicians with surgical tools that have the precision of a scalpel and the bleeding control of traditional electrosurgery without the extensive collateral damage – a revolutionary benefit that fills a critical market gap. The PEAK Surgery System is cleared for use in general, plastic and reconstructive, ENT, gynecologic, orthopedic, arthroscopic, spinal and neurological surgical procedures in the United States and for use in general surgery in the EU. PEAK Surgical is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

Amphora Discovery

Series E in 2006
Amphora Discovery Corporation operates as a biotechnology company. It provides integrated services to the pharmaceutical industry. The company's products and services include in vitro assay protocols, in vitro throughput screening and compound profiling services, custom assay development, enzymology services, and lead discovery/lead optimization partnering programs. It offers drug discovery contract research services, HTS, profiling and lead generation, and lead optimization solutions. The company serves pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies, emerging biotechnology companies, and research foundations. Amphora Discovery Corporation was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Durham, North Carolina. As of July 2008, Amphora Discovery Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Nanosyn Inc.

CTERA Networks

Series D in 2018
CTERA enables enterprise IT to provide secure file services from any cloud. Trusted by the Fortune 100 and leading service providers, the CTERA Enterprise File Services Platform is a private cloud IT-as-a-Service platform for storing, syncing, sharing, protecting and governing data across endpoints, remote offices and servers. CTERA was founded by IT security experts in 2008, and is backed by Benchmark Capital, Bessemer Venture Partners, Venrock, Cisco, and Vintage Investment Partners.

Dollar Shave Club

Series C in 2014
Dollar Shave Club is a lifestyle brand and e-commerce company that invents and delivers smart, affordable products to make lives easier. Through an exclusive R&D process that includes botanicals and chemists, the company makes all its own products at affordable prices. Dollar Shave Club was founded in 2012 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Quiq, Inc.

Series B in 2019
Quiq, Inc. develops customer service messaging management software for customer service agents and managers to allow them to send messages to companies using the application they use to communicate with their friends. It offers Quiq IQ, a product that creates and deploys bots for the web chat and messaging channels. Quiq, Inc. was formerly known as Centricient Inc. and changed its name to Quiq, Inc. in March 2017. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Bozeman, Montana.

Advance Medical

Series A in 2011
Advance Medical is one of the largest, physician-based telemedicine providers, offering employers and insurers the ability to provide top-quality, concierge-level medical advice and support to patients around the globe via offices in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and South America. Founded in 1999, Advance Medical has emerged as the global leader in expert medical opinions because of its programs executed exclusively by board-certified physicians – doctors who speak by phone or video consultation with every patient, no matter what the issue or concern and for as much time as necessary, to provide best-in-class medical expertise.

eYak (Sonexis)

Series C in 2000
eYak (Sonexis) is an IP telephony services company. It provides internet protocol media server software and solutions for voice applications. The company was founded by Jeff Flowers in 1999 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

TAE Technologies, Inc.

Venture Round in 2021
TAE Technologies is leveraging proprietary science and engineering to tackle the world’s biggest challenges. Their core mission is to create a new source of clean energy – one that’s powered by nature’s own processes and produces no harmful byproducts. Their groundbreaking work has led to industry-wide advances in accelerator and plasma physics, and acted as a catalyst for adjacent innovations based on their results. With 20 years of focused research, TAE Technologies is on a purposeful path to commercial fusion energy and pioneering sustainable solutions for a better tomorrow.

Vocera Communications

Series C in 2002
Vocera provides mobile communication solutions addressing critical communication challenges facing hospitals today. They help their customers improve patient safety and satisfaction, and increase hospital efficiency and productivity through their Voice Communication solution, Secure Messaging applications and Care Transition solutions. Exclusively endorsed by the American Hospital Association, the Vocera solutions are installed in more than 800 hospitals and healthcare facilities worldwide. The company is headquartered in San Jose, Calif., with offices in Tennessee, Canada and the United Kingdom.

Surface Logix

Venture Round in 2005
Surface Logix is a drug development company which uses its expertise in biophysical chemistry to create new small molecule drugs with significantly improved pharmacokinetic (PK) and pharmacodynamic (PD) properties compared with class leaders.

Dstillery

Series D in 2019
Dstillery, Inc. develops a digital intelligence platform for brands and media partners. The company provides brand-specific and cross-channel marketing solutions, including awareness, familiarity, consideration, selection, and retention solutions; and Dscover Maps, a geospatial insights tool that provides a detailed view into market composition by geography or location. Its platform captures mobile location insights and infuses with desktop behaviors to optimize across mobile, desktop, and video channels. The company serves customers in the United States. Dstillery, Inc. was formerly known as Media6Degrees Inc. and changed its name to Dstillery, Inc. in September 2013. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in New York, New York.

RefleXion Medical

Series C in 2018
RefleXion Medical Inc., a medical equipment company, develops a biologically-guided radiotherapy system (BgRT) for cancer treatment. Its technology allows tumors to continuously signal their location during treatment and potentially revolutionize the practice of radiation oncology. The company’s technology also enables simultaneous treatment of tumors throughout the body, as well as real-time dose adaptation to specific biological characteristics of the tumor. RefleXion Medical Inc. has a strategic collaboration agreement with Telix Pharmaceuticals Limited; and a strategic partnership with HealthMyne Inc. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Hayward, California.

3Dfx Interactive

Seed Round in 1995
3Dfx Interactive is a developer of high performance, cost-effective 3D media processors, software and related technology for the interactive electronic entertainment market. The Company has developed 3D technology that enables a highly immersive, interactive and realistic 3D experience across multiple hardware entertainment platforms.

Infinera Corporation

Series D in 2003
Optical networking systems based on photonic integration technology in the united states

CodeRyte

Series B in 2004
CodeRyte is the premier provider of computer-assisted coding and clinical data extraction solutions for the healthcare industry. Their sophisticated technology streamlines the coding process and identifies clinically relevant information from medical records. Their clients secure their rightful reimbursement, enhance compliance and efficiency through computer-assisted coding. CodeRyte's data extraction solutions analyze the language of physician narratives and elevate previously undiscovered data for critical treatment and business decisions. Many of the nation's top physician practices, billing companies and academic medical centers rely on CodeRyte as the centerpiece of their coding and data mining operations.

Qteros, Inc.

Series B in 2008
Qteros, Inc., a biofuels company, develops and provides cellulosic ethanol for transportation fuel applications. The company focuses on developing and providing biomass-to-ethanol conversion process technologies for transportation fuels. It offers Q Microbe that converts a range of nonfood biomass resources and feedstocks into ethanol by consolidating enzymatic hydrolysis and fermentation. Qteros, Inc. was formerly known as SunEthanol, Inc. and changed its name to Qteros, Inc. in November 2008. The company was founded in 1996 and is based in Amherst, Massachusetts.

Juno Therapeutics

Series B in 2014
Juno is a clinical-stage company that brings together three of the world’s leading cancer centers – Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Seattle Children’s Research Institute – in unique partnership to advance a broad pipeline of breakthrough immunotherapies. With one of the largest ever Series A investments for a biotech startup, Juno will build on the foundation of novel immunotherapies to develop two distinct and complementary platforms – CARs and TCRs.

Diodes Incorporated

Post in 2004
Diodes is a global manufacturer and supplier of high-quality, application-specific standard products within the broad discrete and analog semiconductor markets, serving the consumer electronics, computing, communications, industrial and automotive markets. Diodes' products include diodes, rectifiers, transistors, MOSFETs, protection devices, functional specific arrays, power management devices including DC-DC switching and linear voltage regulators, amplifiers and comparators, and Hall-effect sensors.

Integrated Vascular Systems

Venture Round in 1999
Integrated Vascular Systems, Inc. designs, manufactures, and develops blood vessel closure devices for the healthcare industry. The company's products allow closure of femoral artery incisions during surgical procedures.

Appthority, Inc.

Series A in 2012
Appthority, Inc. develops mobile application security solutions. The company offers MTP, a mobile threat defense solution that protects enterprises from mobile threats to enterprise data and employee privacy. It also provides threat detection, management, and intelligence solutions. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of November 5, 2018, Appthority, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of NortonLifeLock Inc.

ExtendMedia

Series B in 2007
ExtendMedia provides software and media services that enable content providers and distributors to quickly and securely create, deliver, manage & monetize online content offerings over many devices. Their flagship product, OpenCASE, is a trusted foundation on which providers are building their digital media businesses. ExtendMedia has over 16 years of experience working closely with the world's most successful and innovative communications and media companies. Their in-depth knowledge has been built into OpenCASE: an open architecture for integration with existing systems; features for skillful automation of even the largest content delivery systems to increase efficiency; and support for flexible business models.

StrataCom

Pre Seed Round in 1986
StrataCom is a Hewlett Packard Silver Partner specializing in HP's IT Service Management solutions.

Dapper Labs

Series A in 2018
Dapper Labs Inc. develops blockchain-based cryptokitties video games. The company offers consumer blockchain collectible cats games for entertainment brands. Dapper Labs Inc. was incorporated in 2018 and is based in Vancouver, Canada.

Advance Medical

Series B in 2013
Advance Medical is one of the largest, physician-based telemedicine providers, offering employers and insurers the ability to provide top-quality, concierge-level medical advice and support to patients around the globe via offices in the U.S., Europe, Asia, and South America. Founded in 1999, Advance Medical has emerged as the global leader in expert medical opinions because of its programs executed exclusively by board-certified physicians – doctors who speak by phone or video consultation with every patient, no matter what the issue or concern and for as much time as necessary, to provide best-in-class medical expertise.

Optinuity

Series B in 2007
Optinuity, Inc. provides autonomic policy management solutions to enterprises and service providers. Its solutions include Optinuity Oasis, which provides software for creating and implementing autonomic policies to make complex business systems self-managed. The company also provides professional services, including autonomic policy planning and design, installation and configuration, and custom development services; and training services. It primarily offers its solutions for financial services, health care, and telecommunications sectors. Optinuity, Inc. was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland. As of October 6, 2008, Optinuity, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of CA, Inc.

Amino Apps

Series B in 2016
Amino Apps enables people to discover, develop, and express their interests and passions. Founded in 2011, Amino Apps offer a network of communities allowing its users explore and obsess over the things they're into.

Imaginova

Series B in 2005
Imaginova Corp. operates as a digital media and commerce company. The company, through its subsidiary, retails consumer products, such as telescopes, binoculars, and related accessories through online, catalog, and retail channels. It was formerly known as Space Holding Corporation and changed its name to Imaginova Corp. in May 2004. Imaginova Corp. was founded in 1999 and is based in Watsonville, California with additional offices in New York, New York; and Stamford, Connecticut

AVEO Pharmaceuticals

Series B in 2003
AVEO is a late-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery and development of targeted cancer therapeutics. AVEO's proprietary, integrated cancer biology platform enables the company to pursue highly efficient drug development strategies in oncology that increase the probability of clinical success and provides a discovery engine for high-value targets and therapies. This approach has resulted in a balanced pipeline of novel cancer therapies focused on well-validated targets (VEGFR, EGFR) and promising novel targets (HGF, FGFR, ErbB3 and NOTCH), as well as collaborations with Eli Lilly, Merck, OSI Pharmaceuticals, Schering-Plough and Biogen Idec.

Renew

Series A in 2018
Renew.com Inc. operates a cloud based senior benefits platform for baby boomer generation. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Amphora Discovery

Series B in 2004
Amphora Discovery Corporation operates as a biotechnology company. It provides integrated services to the pharmaceutical industry. The company's products and services include in vitro assay protocols, in vitro throughput screening and compound profiling services, custom assay development, enzymology services, and lead discovery/lead optimization partnering programs. It offers drug discovery contract research services, HTS, profiling and lead generation, and lead optimization solutions. The company serves pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies, emerging biotechnology companies, and research foundations. Amphora Discovery Corporation was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Durham, North Carolina. As of July 2008, Amphora Discovery Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Nanosyn Inc.

Pathwork Diagnostics

Series C in 2010
Pathwork Diagnostics is based in Redwood City, California. The company develops and delivers innovative molecular diagnostics for oncology. The Pathwork Tissue of Origin Test for frozen tissue was the first to receive FDA clearance for a microarray-based gene expression test that aids in identifying challenging tumors, including poorly differentiated, undifferentiated, and metastic cancer.

Mitek Products

Seed Round in 1987
Mitek Surgical Products provided bone anchors and minimally invasive surgical tools for orthopedic surgery. The company was founded by three Massachusetts Institute of Technology engineers in 1985.

CodeRyte

Series C in 2006
CodeRyte is the premier provider of computer-assisted coding and clinical data extraction solutions for the healthcare industry. Their sophisticated technology streamlines the coding process and identifies clinically relevant information from medical records. Their clients secure their rightful reimbursement, enhance compliance and efficiency through computer-assisted coding. CodeRyte's data extraction solutions analyze the language of physician narratives and elevate previously undiscovered data for critical treatment and business decisions. Many of the nation's top physician practices, billing companies and academic medical centers rely on CodeRyte as the centerpiece of their coding and data mining operations.

PodTech

Series A in 2006
PodTech is a video podcasting network with 5 channels and almost 20 individual shows covering technology related topics from Indian IT czars to new gadgets to digital media at music festivals. Top technology celebrities such as Robert Scoble and Jason Calacanis interview industry veterans such as Ron Conway and smart new startups like [Ustream](http://crunchbase.com/organization/ustream) and [Velvet Puffin](http://crunchbase.com/organization/velvetpuffin) to reveal the changing technological landscape. Though PodTech shows may be edited and directed by some of the most authoritative spokespeople in their relative fields, humor and an obvious thrill to be witness to new technology are never absent.

Mevion Medical Systems, Inc.

Venture Round in 2012
Mevion Medical Systems, Inc. develops proton therapy systems for use in the radiation treatment of cancer patients. It serves customers worldwide. Mevion Medical Systems, Inc. was formerly known as Still River Systems, Inc. and changed its name to Mevion Medical Systems, Inc. in October 2011. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Littleton, Massachusetts with additional offices in the United Kingdom, China, and Japan.

PerSeptive Biosystems

Seed Round in 1989
PerSeptive Biosystems develops instrumentation systems and consumable products for the purification, analysis, and synthesis of biomolecules. It develops and markets instrument-based systems, reagents, software, and contract services to the life science industry and research community. Customers of PerSeptive Biosystems use these tools to analyze nucleic acids (DNA and RNA) and proteins in order to make scientific discoveries, develop new pharmaceuticals, and conduct standardized testing. Founded in 1989, PerSeptive Biosystems is based in Framingham, Massachusetts. Currently, it operates as a subsidiary of Life Technologies Corporation.

Salsify

Series B in 2015
Salsify is an e-commerce software startup that empowers brands by providing tools to track and analyze inventories, presentation, and sales of goods on digital shelves. It offers its Commerce Experience Management (CommerceXM), a platform that combines Product Experience Management (Integrated PIM, DAM, and Experience Builder) with commerce capabilities designed to enable sales both across retailer and distributor channels as well as marketplaces, social commerce, and direct-to-consumer (D2C) sites. The company is backed by Venrock, Matrix Partners, Greenspring Associates, Underscore VC, North Bridge, and Warburg Pincus. Jason Purcell, Jeremy Redburn, and Rob Gonzalez incorporated Salsify in Boston, Massachusetts in 2012.

Awarepoint Corporation

Series F in 2011
Awarepoint Corporation provides a cloud-based real-time locating system that delivers to track locations. The company offers analytical tools to transform real-time location data into operational intelligence; and managed services that include analysis, configuration, installation, validation, and training. It also provides a Temperature Monitoring System that enables medical facilities to maintain compliance to CDC Vaccines for Children program guidelines and ensure that vaccines are monitored within the recommended temperature range. The company serves clients in healthcare, manufacturing, retail, and other industries. Awarepoint Corporation was formerly known as NeverLost Networks, Inc. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in San Diego, California.

Vontu

Series A in 2003
Vontu, Inc. provides data loss prevention software solutions for data at rest, in motion, and at the endpoint; and police enforcement. The company offers implementation, business advisory, training, and account management services. It provides solutions for federal agencies, financial services, healthcare, high tech, insurance, manufacturing, media and entertainment, pharmaceutical, retail, and telecommunications. The company was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California with additional offices in New York, New York; and Berkshire, the United Kingdom. As of November 30, 2007, Vontu, Inc. is a subsidiary of Symantec Corporation (NasdaqNM:SYMC)

Quantenna Communications, Inc.

Private Equity Round in 2012
Quantenna specializes in providing Wi-Fi solutions. Founded in 2006, Quantenna has demonstrated its leadership in Wi-Fi technologies with many industry firsts in the market. Quantenna continues to innovate with the mission to perfect Wi-Fi by establishing benchmarks for speed, range, efficiency, and reliability. Quantenna takes a multidimensional approach, from silicon, a system to software for Wi-Fi networks, and provides solutions for OEMs and service providers worldwide.

Celladon

Series B in 2005
Celladon Corporation, a biotechnology company, develops and manufactures molecular therapies for the treatment of heart failure. Its products include SERCA2a, an enzyme that regulates calcium cycling and contractility in heart muscle cells; and MYDICAR, an enzyme replacement therapy for heart failure. Celladon was founded in 2000 and is based in La Jolla, California.

Atrenta

Series A in 2001
Atrenta’s SpyGlass Predictive Analysis software platform significantly improves design efficiency for the world’s leading semiconductor and consumer electronics companies. Patented solutions provide early design insight into the demanding performance, power and area requirements of the complex system on chips (SoCs) fueling today’s consumer electronics revolution. More than two hundred companies and thousands of design engineers worldwide rely on SpyGlass to reduce risk and cost before traditional EDA tools are deployed. SpyGlass functions like an interactive guidance system for design engineers and managers, finding the fastest and least expensive path to implementation for complex SoCs. SpyGlass from Atrenta: Insight. Efficiency. Confidence.

Mevion Medical Systems, Inc.

Private Equity Round in 2014
Mevion Medical Systems, Inc. develops proton therapy systems for use in the radiation treatment of cancer patients. It serves customers worldwide. Mevion Medical Systems, Inc. was formerly known as Still River Systems, Inc. and changed its name to Mevion Medical Systems, Inc. in October 2011. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Littleton, Massachusetts with additional offices in the United Kingdom, China, and Japan.
Vitae Pharmaceuticals is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company building a portfolio of novel, small molecule, best-in-class compounds that address large markets with significant unmet medical needs, including chronic kidney disease, diabetes, atherosclerosis and Alzheimer's disease.

Kyruus

Series A in 2011
Kyruus delivers proven provider search and scheduling solutions that help hospitals and health systems match patients with the providers best suited to care for them. The ProviderMatch suite of solutions—for consumers, access centers, and referral networks—enables a consistent patient experience across multiple points of access, while aligning provider supply with patient demand. The company’s proprietary provider data management platform forms the foundation of its solutions, powering them with accurate data by coupling data processing with administrative applications. Kyruus was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

Maxxan Systems

Series A in 2001
MaXXan Systems is the first company to create next-generation networking infrastructure technologies specifically to meet the needs of businesses deploying large-scale storage networks. Businesses at the enterprise level are faced with extreme data growth rates and spiraling costs for managing data. MaXXan products will bring more scalability, reliability and intelligence to storage networks while reducing the cost of management, deployment and ownership of those networks.

Kineto Wireless

Series D in 2008
Internet protocol-based services and solutions for mobile operators acquired by taqua on the 09-04-2014

Atrenta

Series C in 2004
Atrenta’s SpyGlass Predictive Analysis software platform significantly improves design efficiency for the world’s leading semiconductor and consumer electronics companies. Patented solutions provide early design insight into the demanding performance, power and area requirements of the complex system on chips (SoCs) fueling today’s consumer electronics revolution. More than two hundred companies and thousands of design engineers worldwide rely on SpyGlass to reduce risk and cost before traditional EDA tools are deployed. SpyGlass functions like an interactive guidance system for design engineers and managers, finding the fastest and least expensive path to implementation for complex SoCs. SpyGlass from Atrenta: Insight. Efficiency. Confidence.

Atrenta

Series B in 2003
Atrenta’s SpyGlass Predictive Analysis software platform significantly improves design efficiency for the world’s leading semiconductor and consumer electronics companies. Patented solutions provide early design insight into the demanding performance, power and area requirements of the complex system on chips (SoCs) fueling today’s consumer electronics revolution. More than two hundred companies and thousands of design engineers worldwide rely on SpyGlass to reduce risk and cost before traditional EDA tools are deployed. SpyGlass functions like an interactive guidance system for design engineers and managers, finding the fastest and least expensive path to implementation for complex SoCs. SpyGlass from Atrenta: Insight. Efficiency. Confidence.

Space Holding

Series A in 2003
Space Holding

6sense

Venture Round in 2019
6Sense Insights Inc. provides a predictive intelligence platform. It offers 6sense, a platform that helps B2B marketing and sales leaders to identify net-new and in-market prospects based on data science and time-sensitive intent interactions. The company’s platform ties together various sources of time-based activity, static, and external data from the B2B Web to make its predictions. 6Sense Insights Inc. was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California. It has additional offices in Austin, Texas; and Pune and Bengaluru, India.

Optinuity

Series A in 2004
Optinuity, Inc. provides autonomic policy management solutions to enterprises and service providers. Its solutions include Optinuity Oasis, which provides software for creating and implementing autonomic policies to make complex business systems self-managed. The company also provides professional services, including autonomic policy planning and design, installation and configuration, and custom development services; and training services. It primarily offers its solutions for financial services, health care, and telecommunications sectors. Optinuity, Inc. was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Bethesda, Maryland. As of October 6, 2008, Optinuity, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of CA, Inc.

Ramp Networks

Seed Round in 1995
Ramp Networks provides Internet security and broadband access solutions for the small office and enterprise remote office. The company was formerly known as Trancell Systems. Ramp Networks was founded in 1993 and is based in Santa Clara, California.

Biolux Research Ltd.

Series A in 2019
Biolux Research is a developer of technologies and products for orthodontics use. It developed OrthoPulse, an established device that uses low levels of light energy to stimulate the bone surrounding the roots of your teeth and facilitate tooth movement which may reduce treatment time for braces or clear aligners. It was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.
CICLON Semiconductor Device Corporation (pronounced see-clone) is a leader in the design, development, and sale of high-frequency, high-efficiency RF LDMOS and power MOSFET semiconductor solutions for high-performance information technology applications. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. As of February 11, 2009, CICLON Semiconductor Device Corp. operates as a subsidiary of Texas Instruments Inc.

Vical Incorporated

Venture Round in 1992
Vical's core technology grew out of a chance discovery and provided the cornerstones for two new biopharmaceutical industry sectors: DNA vaccines and non-viral gene therapy. Vical's management systematically leveraged that technology into a broad portfolio of independent and partnered product development programs. The first products for animal health are on the market. The first human products are approaching.

6sense

Series B in 2015
6Sense Insights Inc. provides a predictive intelligence platform. It offers 6sense, a platform that helps B2B marketing and sales leaders to identify net-new and in-market prospects based on data science and time-sensitive intent interactions. The company’s platform ties together various sources of time-based activity, static, and external data from the B2B Web to make its predictions. 6Sense Insights Inc. was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California. It has additional offices in Austin, Texas; and Pune and Bengaluru, India.

Nanosys

Series B in 2003
Nanosys, Inc. develops and delivers quantum dot technology for high definition viewing experience for the display industry. It offers Quantum Dot Concentrate material; quantum dot nanomaterials; and Quantum Dot Enhancement film to industrial supply chain partners. Its products are used in tablets, televisions, smartphones, and other consumer electronics applications. Nanosys, Inc. was incorporated in 2001 and is based in Milpitas, California.

AmpliPhi Biosciences Corporation

Venture Round in 2004
As of May 9, 2019, was acquired by C3J Therapeutics, Inc., in a reverse merger transaction.

Awarepoint Corporation

Venture Round in 2012
Awarepoint Corporation provides a cloud-based real-time locating system that delivers to track locations. The company offers analytical tools to transform real-time location data into operational intelligence; and managed services that include analysis, configuration, installation, validation, and training. It also provides a Temperature Monitoring System that enables medical facilities to maintain compliance to CDC Vaccines for Children program guidelines and ensure that vaccines are monitored within the recommended temperature range. The company serves clients in healthcare, manufacturing, retail, and other industries. Awarepoint Corporation was formerly known as NeverLost Networks, Inc. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in San Diego, California.

Zeltiq Aesthetics

Series D in 2010
Zeltiq (pronounced Zel ′teek) Aesthetics, founded in 2005, is a science-based medical device company dedicated to the development of non-invasive procedures for the reduction of unwanted fat tissue. The Zeltiq approach utilizes a patented method called Cryolipolysis™ (the use of precisely controlled cooling to remove fat) that is designed to target only fat cells and not harm the skin or other tissue. The Zeltiq device is cleared by the FDA in the Unites States for various applications related to skin cooling during dermatologic treatments.

Endeca

Series F in 2008
Endeca provides enterprise search for large companies including Borders, Boeing, the Census Bureau, the EPA, Ford, Hallmark, IBM, and Toshiba. The company specializes in guided search, auto-categorizing results based on the keywords someone enters. Endeca charges from $100,000 to more than $10 million per installation. Endeca competes with FAST Search & Transfer, which was [acquired](http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/01/08/microsoft-has-announced-a-takeover-bid-for-fast-search-transfer-priced-at-12-billion/) by Microsoft for 1.2 Billion in January 2008.

Tantivy Communications

Venture Round in 2003
Tantivy Communications offers business communication, documentation, and data communications consulting services. It also develops communication and telecommunications software solutions and equipment. Tantivy Communications was acquired by InterDigital Communications in August 2003. Tantivy Communications was founded in 1997 and is based in Melbourne, Florida.

RedSeal

Series B in 2007
RedSeal develops security risk management (SRM) software and solutions and helps companies eliminate cyber threats. RedSeal was founded in 2004, helps Global 2000 organizations defend their critical digital assets. RedSeal gets ahead of cyber criminals by calculating every possible internal and external “attack path” to the most valuable network assets – before they do. Customers get a prioritized list of the most vulnerable paths to their most valuable assets. More than 200 corporations and government agencies worldwide have RedSealed their networks, including five of the top 50 financial institutions, all of the major security vendors, fifteen of the Fortune 100 retail companies, and a number of US government organizations including the US Army, US Navy, US Postal Service and the FAA. Key commercial customers include Nationwide, Oracle, Cisco and First Data. RedSeal partners with all of the top suppliers of network infrastructure (Cisco, Juniper Networks, Fortinet, Arista, Aruba, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks, F5). Its software integrates with all industry leading security solutions (McAfee, Symantec, Qualys, HP ArcSight, Rapid7, Splunk,Tripwire, MaxPatrol, nMap) as well as with major workflow vendors (ServiceNow, Remedy), providing the most comprehensive validation of network security. RedSeal is backed by prominent venture investors including Venrock, Leapfrog Ventures, Sutter Hill Ventures, JAFCO Ventures, Olympic Venture Partners and In-Q-Tel.
Quantenna specializes in providing Wi-Fi solutions. Founded in 2006, Quantenna has demonstrated its leadership in Wi-Fi technologies with many industry firsts in the market. Quantenna continues to innovate with the mission to perfect Wi-Fi by establishing benchmarks for speed, range, efficiency, and reliability. Quantenna takes a multidimensional approach, from silicon, a system to software for Wi-Fi networks, and provides solutions for OEMs and service providers worldwide.

Cerulean Pharma

Series B in 2009
Cerulean Pharma Inc. is a privately-held biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of novel nanotechnology-based therapeutics in the areas of oncology, cardiovascular, autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. The Company has assembled a world-class management team, board of directors and scientific advisory board that collectively have a significant track record of business building, product development and scientific breakthroughs from companies and institutions such as Cubist, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Pfizer, Wyeth, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard Medical School, MD Anderson, Fox Chase Cancer Center and the Arizona Health Center.

Personal Capital

Series B in 2011
Personal Capital is a remote-delivery, industry-leading digital wealth management company that helps people transform their financial lives through technology and advisory services. The company’s state-of-the-art tools and technology provide investors with a complete financial picture, utilized by over 2.5 million customers. Its registered investment advisors provide expert guidance, and customized strategies, based on a personal understanding of an investor’s financial picture and goals. It was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California.

AVEO Pharmaceuticals

Series A in 2002
AVEO is a late-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery and development of targeted cancer therapeutics. AVEO's proprietary, integrated cancer biology platform enables the company to pursue highly efficient drug development strategies in oncology that increase the probability of clinical success and provides a discovery engine for high-value targets and therapies. This approach has resulted in a balanced pipeline of novel cancer therapies focused on well-validated targets (VEGFR, EGFR) and promising novel targets (HGF, FGFR, ErbB3 and NOTCH), as well as collaborations with Eli Lilly, Merck, OSI Pharmaceuticals, Schering-Plough and Biogen Idec.

Sitka

Series A in 2021
Sitka, Inc. develops and operates an online communication platform that connects patients with health care providers. Its platform enables endocrinology, neurology, orthopedics, pulmonology, and rheumatology providers to interact with their patients. Sitka, Inc. was incorporated in 2017 and is based in Carmel, California.

Digital Railroad

Series A in 2005
[Digital Railroad](http://www.digitalrailroad.net/) provides web applications and services for buyers and sellers of professional stock photography. Digital Railroad provides the technology and tools for artists to create their own brand. Within the Digital Railroad network, photographers have their own branded searchable archive. Digital Railroad also provides a personal workspace for buyers. When buyers sign in to Digital Railroad, they can do a search that spans across every archive. Buyers can access to selected images from different archives by using their unique workspace. Digital Railroad is the only platform that gives a buyer one personal workspace to manage images from hundreds of different branded archives. Photographers or agents always retain their brand and they can syndicate images to multiple different agencies by using Digital Railroad. The company ceased operations on October 28, 2008. Source:[MacTribe]( http://www.mactribe.com/articlenews.asp?ArticleId=108)

Adavium

Private Equity Round in 2013
Adavium Medical is a medical equipment and diagnostics company aimed at bringing commercial sophistication to a highly fragmented market. The Company was formed with the intent to commercialize the most innovative portfolio of medical device and diagnostics products in Brazil. Adavium Medical portfolio today is made up of products that we commercialize on behalf of leading international companies. Adavium Medical assembled an experienced team of more than 300 employees that ensure that its fully-integrated commercial platform operates at world-class standards. Adavium Medical have the largest customer base across premium and “long tail” customers of any medical equipment and/or diagnostics company in Brazil, with more than 2,500 customers respectively in medical equipment and diagnostics. This is exponentially more than the average distributor or multinational in the region. The company was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Corvidia Therapeutics is a clinical stage company focused on the research, development, and commercialization of transformative therapies for cardio-renal diseases. The Company is currently developing potential treatments for chronic kidney disease with atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease and inflammation, and high triglyceride-induced acute pancreatitis.

Aledade

Series A in 2014
Aledade, Inc. provides services to primary care physicians to form and operate accountable care organizations (ACO) in the United States. It offers primary care providers access to data analytics, user-friendly guided workflows, regulatory expertise, payer relationships, and local support from attentive experts. The company also provides 360° practice support, workflow optimization, ACO governance, policy expertise, and contracting support services. It serves small practices, large practices, FQHCS/community health centers, and multispecialty groups. Aledade, Inc. was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Bethesda, Maryland.

Phononic, Inc.

Series D in 2014
Phononic is a growth stage, semiconductor hardware company commercializing solid-state heat pumps and fully integrated systems that displace compressors, heat sinks, and fans for electronics cooling; residential and commercial refrigeration; and climate control. The company’s disruptive approach combines high-performance solid-state heat pumps integrated into a manufacturing-friendly systems architecture that realizes products that are smart, sustainable, and solid state-driven.

Kyruus

Corporate Round in 2018
Kyruus delivers proven provider search and scheduling solutions that help hospitals and health systems match patients with the providers best suited to care for them. The ProviderMatch suite of solutions—for consumers, access centers, and referral networks—enables a consistent patient experience across multiple points of access, while aligning provider supply with patient demand. The company’s proprietary provider data management platform forms the foundation of its solutions, powering them with accurate data by coupling data processing with administrative applications. Kyruus was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

Intarcia Therapeutics

Series B in 2007
Intarcia Therapeutics is a biopharmaceutical company that develops therapies for diseases that require long-term chronic treatment. It offers DUROS, a drug delivery platform that stabilizes and delivers therapeutic proteins and peptides. Intarcia Therapeutics' products include OMEGA DUROS, an interferon delivery device for treating Hepatitis C and ITCA 650, a delivery device that provides type 2 diabetes patients with long-term steady state dosing of an incretin mimetic therapy. Additionally, it develops programs for treating obesity. David Franklin, James M. Ahlers, and Thomas Alessi founded BioMedicines in 1997 that became Intarcia Therapeutics in September 2004. Its headquarters is in Hayward in California with an additional office in Mountain View in California.

Nightfall AI

Series A in 2019
Nightfall (formerly known as Watchtower) uses machine learning to identify business-critical data, like customer PII, across your SaaS, APIs, and data infrastructure so it can be managed and protected.

Luxe

Series B in 2016
Luxe is building a logistics platform that will drive the next generation of local real time services, beginning with parking. The free Luxe app, available on iPhone, transforms parking from a necessary evil to a daily highlight. With a veteran team of leaders from Zynga, Tesla, Google, Yahoo and Groupon, a fleet of prescreened, friendly valets, dozens of insured and secure indoor parking lots and a sophisticated technology platform that monitors every step of the process from drop-off to pick-up, Luxe is leading the charge on a new industry of on demand services that addresses a ubiquitous urban challenge: parking.

Doctor on Demand, Inc.

Series C in 2018
Doctor On Demand is a video telemedicine company, offering on-demand and scheduled visits with US-licensed healthcare providers via any smartphone, tablet, or computer. It focuses on providing solutions for employers, health plans, retail clinics, and health systems. With solutions for employers, health plans, retail clinics, and health systems, Doctor On Demand is redefining the industry with top-rated customer experience, highest clinical standards, and implementation and customer success directors, as well as 24/7 customer support. The company was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

BlogHer Inc.

Series A in 2007
BlogHer Inc. owns and operates a cross-platform media network that publishes and syndicates news, information, advice, recommendations, and research on women in social media across interest areas. Its platform allows users to share voices, stories, and ideas in the areas of food, family, fashion and beauty, love and sex, work and life, DIY and home, health, entertainment, news, and blogging. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Redwood City, California. BlogHer Inc. operates as a subsidiary of SheKnows, LLC.

Storm Exchange

Series A in 2006
Storm Exchange helps businesses better manage weather risk. The company provides weather-related data and benchmarks, and it also works with companies to correlate their revenues to specific weather conditions (e.g. temperature, rain, wind). The company helps corporations improve performance by identifying, measuring and managing the impact of weather on their income and expenses. Storm Exchange also serves investors, insurers and other financial industry participants with information that enables them to anticipate how weather will impact investment.

athenahealth, Inc.

Series A in 1999
Athenahealth is a leading provider of internet-based business services for physician practices. The Company's service offerings are based on proprietary web-native practice management and electronic health record (EHR) software, a continuously updated payer knowledge-base, integrated back-office service operations, and live patient communications services.

RelayHealth

Series C in 2000
RelayHealth provides the connectivity and solutions that enable constituents across healthcare to exchange information securely and conveniently. By connecting patients, providers, pharmacies, payors and pharmaceutical manufacturers, RelayHealth offers real-time solutions to streamline interactions throughout healthcare. The net result: improved care, faster access, lower costs and enhanced bottom lines.

WX Brands

Series A in 2000
Winery Exchange was founded in 1999. Headquartered in Novato, California, USA, they maintain regional sales offices around the United States and international offices in the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Spain. Of its founding group of three, Peter Byck continues as Winery Exchange's President and CEO and John Crean is an observing member of the Board of Directors and an investor. The company was founded with the intent of blending extensive industry expertise with cutting-edge business practices. The result is a dynamic, fast-growing company poised to take advantage of new trends in the beverage alcohol industry.

PA Semi

Venture Round in 2009
PA Semi is a fabless semiconductor company founded in Santa Clara, California in 2003 by Dan Dobberpuhl who was the lead designer for the DEC Alpha and StrongARM processors. The company previously worked on processors like Itanium, Opteron and UltraSPARC.

2Wire

Series D in 2001
2Wire is a San Jose, Calif. provider of broadband service products for companies serving consumers.2Wire is dedicated to developing integrated solutions to deliver broadband service and content throughout the home or small office. Built upon the company's core expertise and continued innovation in software and hardware, 2Wire products enable home and small business users to fully leverage the benefits of broadband. In addition, 2Wire solutions offer service providers with a flexible platform to deliver and manage feature-rich Internet, telephony, entertainment, and other enhanced broadband application services

Virta Health Corp.

Series C in 2020
Virta Health Corp. operates an online specialty medical clinic focusing on treatment for type 2 diabetes. It offers nutritional biochemistry, data science, and digital solutions. Virta Health Corp. was formerly known as KetoThrive Corp. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California.

SHYM Technology

Series C in 2001
SHYM Technology is provider of plug-in security and trust management solutions for critical business applications.

Allux Medical

Series A in 2004
Allux Medical develops medical devices for the treatment of hyper-reactive airway mucosa. The company, formerly known as MedInvent, Inc., is based in Menlo Park, California. Shut down on Feb, 2009.

Aria Systems, Inc.

Series F in 2017
Proven by the world's most demanding enterprises, including AAA NCNU, Constant Contact, Falck, Hootsuite, Pitney Bowes, Audi, Adobe, Telekom Denmark, Philips, Roku, and VMware, Aria helps enterprises grow their recurring revenue businesses. Aria helps clients take advantage of each customer-driven event − known as revenue moments − with agile billing, active customer engagement, and the rapid development of new products and services. With Aria's end-to-end active monetization platform, global brands can get to market faster with a wider variety of products and services, while maximizing customer satisfaction, retention, and lifetime value.

Dstillery

Series B in 2010
Dstillery, Inc. develops a digital intelligence platform for brands and media partners. The company provides brand-specific and cross-channel marketing solutions, including awareness, familiarity, consideration, selection, and retention solutions; and Dscover Maps, a geospatial insights tool that provides a detailed view into market composition by geography or location. Its platform captures mobile location insights and infuses with desktop behaviors to optimize across mobile, desktop, and video channels. The company serves customers in the United States. Dstillery, Inc. was formerly known as Media6Degrees Inc. and changed its name to Dstillery, Inc. in September 2013. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in New York, New York.

Autonomic Networks

Series E in 2005
Network access control products for network security and compliance

RedSeal

Series C in 2015
RedSeal develops security risk management (SRM) software and solutions and helps companies eliminate cyber threats. RedSeal was founded in 2004, helps Global 2000 organizations defend their critical digital assets. RedSeal gets ahead of cyber criminals by calculating every possible internal and external “attack path” to the most valuable network assets – before they do. Customers get a prioritized list of the most vulnerable paths to their most valuable assets. More than 200 corporations and government agencies worldwide have RedSealed their networks, including five of the top 50 financial institutions, all of the major security vendors, fifteen of the Fortune 100 retail companies, and a number of US government organizations including the US Army, US Navy, US Postal Service and the FAA. Key commercial customers include Nationwide, Oracle, Cisco and First Data. RedSeal partners with all of the top suppliers of network infrastructure (Cisco, Juniper Networks, Fortinet, Arista, Aruba, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks, F5). Its software integrates with all industry leading security solutions (McAfee, Symantec, Qualys, HP ArcSight, Rapid7, Splunk,Tripwire, MaxPatrol, nMap) as well as with major workflow vendors (ServiceNow, Remedy), providing the most comprehensive validation of network security. RedSeal is backed by prominent venture investors including Venrock, Leapfrog Ventures, Sutter Hill Ventures, JAFCO Ventures, Olympic Venture Partners and In-Q-Tel.

Suki AI, Inc.

Series A in 2018
Suki AI, Inc. develops an artificial intelligence enabled voice assistant for doctors and health systems. It offers Suki, a software that helps users in storing electronic health records, searching and retrieving patient data, distilling conversations between patient and doctor into an actionable plan, and ordering prescriptions. The company’s software also enables users to take down notes from doctors and read them. Suki AI, Inc. was formerly known as Robin AI, Inc. and changed its name to Suki AI, Inc. in April 2018. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is based in Redwood City, California.

TwoFish

Series A in 2006
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GENBAND

Venture Round in 2013
GENBAND is a global supplier of IP gateways, session border controllers and FMC security solutions. These high-performance, high-security gateway solutions are at the center of fixed and mobile networks around the globe, evolving, securing and improving communications networks.

ApaceWave Technologies

Venture Round in 2010
ApaceWave Technologies is a leader in the development of baseband processors for the global WiMAX industry. Based in Silicon Valley, Calif., and founded by industry veterans with extensive experience in transforming technology innovations into market-share leading products, ApaceWave Technologies is developing next-generation mobile broadband solutions based on the IEEE 802.16e / WiMAX standards.

Unity Biotechnology, Inc.

Series C in 2018
Unity Biotechnology designs therapeutics that prevent, halt, and reverse various diseases of aging. The company focuses on clearing senescent cells; and designs senolytic medicines. Its medicines target vulnerabilities unique to senescent cells to clear those cells from the human body while leaving normal cells unaffected.

RelayHealth

Series D in 2001
RelayHealth provides the connectivity and solutions that enable constituents across healthcare to exchange information securely and conveniently. By connecting patients, providers, pharmacies, payors and pharmaceutical manufacturers, RelayHealth offers real-time solutions to streamline interactions throughout healthcare. The net result: improved care, faster access, lower costs and enhanced bottom lines.

Tudou

Series C in 2008
Tudou is a Chinese video sharing website that enables young users to get their voices heard on mainstream network media platforms. Launched on April 15, 2005, by its founder Wang Tei, Tudou was listed on NASDAQ on August 17 that same year. Tudou.com completed its fifth round of financing for $40 million dollars in 2010. In 2012, Tudou was acquired by Youku in a stock-for-stock transaction, and the merger of China's two biggest online video companies was finalized after shareholders approved the deal on August 20, 2012. The new entity was named Youku Tudou, Inc. According to iResearch, the number of monthly unique visitors to the site increased from approximately 182 million in December 2010 to about 227 million in May 2013, giving Youku Tudou, Inc. the advantage in terms of user base over its major rivals, Sohu, PPTV and iQiyi.

Endeca

Series C in 2004
Endeca provides enterprise search for large companies including Borders, Boeing, the Census Bureau, the EPA, Ford, Hallmark, IBM, and Toshiba. The company specializes in guided search, auto-categorizing results based on the keywords someone enters. Endeca charges from $100,000 to more than $10 million per installation. Endeca competes with FAST Search & Transfer, which was [acquired](http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/01/08/microsoft-has-announced-a-takeover-bid-for-fast-search-transfer-priced-at-12-billion/) by Microsoft for 1.2 Billion in January 2008.

WholeSecurity

Series B in 2004
WholeSecurity was a software company that provides behavior-based security and anti-phishing technology. It delivers security solutions that protect PCs from crimeware such as worms, Trojan horses, malicious spyware, and phishing attacks. The company also provides on-demand endpoint security for companies to protect access via SSL VPN, Citrix, or web mail technologies as well as always-on endpoint security for companies for threat protection on LANs or IPSEC VPNs. It was founded in 2000 and is based in Austin, Texas.

Mevion Medical Systems, Inc.

Venture Round in 2009
Mevion Medical Systems, Inc. develops proton therapy systems for use in the radiation treatment of cancer patients. It serves customers worldwide. Mevion Medical Systems, Inc. was formerly known as Still River Systems, Inc. and changed its name to Mevion Medical Systems, Inc. in October 2011. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Littleton, Massachusetts with additional offices in the United Kingdom, China, and Japan.

CanDo

Series A in 2000
CanDo built successful startups before people knew what a startup was. CanDo solves problems with the same vigor because our founding principles still guide us.

EP Technologies

Venture Round in 1991
EP Technologies provides electrophysiology catheters and systems for use in minimally invasive procedures to diagnose and treat cardiac tachyarrhythmias. The company is based in Sunnyvale, California.

AVEO Pharmaceuticals

Series D in 2007
AVEO is a late-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery and development of targeted cancer therapeutics. AVEO's proprietary, integrated cancer biology platform enables the company to pursue highly efficient drug development strategies in oncology that increase the probability of clinical success and provides a discovery engine for high-value targets and therapies. This approach has resulted in a balanced pipeline of novel cancer therapies focused on well-validated targets (VEGFR, EGFR) and promising novel targets (HGF, FGFR, ErbB3 and NOTCH), as well as collaborations with Eli Lilly, Merck, OSI Pharmaceuticals, Schering-Plough and Biogen Idec.

Doctor on Demand, Inc.

Seed Round in 2013
Doctor On Demand is a video telemedicine company, offering on-demand and scheduled visits with US-licensed healthcare providers via any smartphone, tablet, or computer. It focuses on providing solutions for employers, health plans, retail clinics, and health systems. With solutions for employers, health plans, retail clinics, and health systems, Doctor On Demand is redefining the industry with top-rated customer experience, highest clinical standards, and implementation and customer success directors, as well as 24/7 customer support. The company was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Klout

Series C in 2012
Klout measures influence based on the ability to drive action across the social web. Any person can connect their social network accounts and Klout will generate a score on a scale of 1-100 that represents their ability to engage other people and inspire social actions. Klout enables everyone to gain insights that help them better understand how they influence others. Klout also provides people with opportunities to shape and be recognized for their influence.

RedSeal

Series A in 2006
RedSeal develops security risk management (SRM) software and solutions and helps companies eliminate cyber threats. RedSeal was founded in 2004, helps Global 2000 organizations defend their critical digital assets. RedSeal gets ahead of cyber criminals by calculating every possible internal and external “attack path” to the most valuable network assets – before they do. Customers get a prioritized list of the most vulnerable paths to their most valuable assets. More than 200 corporations and government agencies worldwide have RedSealed their networks, including five of the top 50 financial institutions, all of the major security vendors, fifteen of the Fortune 100 retail companies, and a number of US government organizations including the US Army, US Navy, US Postal Service and the FAA. Key commercial customers include Nationwide, Oracle, Cisco and First Data. RedSeal partners with all of the top suppliers of network infrastructure (Cisco, Juniper Networks, Fortinet, Arista, Aruba, Check Point, Palo Alto Networks, F5). Its software integrates with all industry leading security solutions (McAfee, Symantec, Qualys, HP ArcSight, Rapid7, Splunk,Tripwire, MaxPatrol, nMap) as well as with major workflow vendors (ServiceNow, Remedy), providing the most comprehensive validation of network security. RedSeal is backed by prominent venture investors including Venrock, Leapfrog Ventures, Sutter Hill Ventures, JAFCO Ventures, Olympic Venture Partners and In-Q-Tel.

FINsix Corporation

Series A in 2011
FINsix Corporation develops power electronic systems. Its product portfolio includes Dart adapters, which are used to charge laptop and USB devices. FINsix Corporation has a strategic partnership with Toyota Industries Corporation. The company was formerly known as OnChip Power Corporation and changed its name to FINsix Corporation in November 2012. FINsix Corporation was incorporated in 2010 and is based in Menlo Park, California.

Intuity Medical

Venture Round in 2016
Intuity Medical develops blood glucose monitoring systems for diabetes management. Their POGO Automatic Blood Glucose Monitoring System is the world’s first FDA-cleared automatic, one-step blood glucose meter that combines lancing, blood collection, and analysis into a single 10-test cartridge. It provides a convenient and discreet solution for millions of patients who need to regularly test their blood glucose. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.

Xenoport

Series B in 2002
XenoPort, Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and commercializing a portfolio of internally discovered product candidates for the potential treatment of neurological disorders. Horizant® (gabapentin enacarbil) Extended-Release Tablets is approved and being marketed in the United States by XenoPort. Regnite® (gabapentin enacarbil) Extended-Release Tablets is approved and being marketed in Japan by Astellas Pharma Inc. XenoPort holds all other world-wide rights to gabapentin enacarbil. XenoPort's pipeline of product candidates includes potential treatments for patients with Parkinson's disease, relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis and psoriasis.

Polaris Networks

Series B in 2002
Polaris Networks develops optical transport switching systems for metro core networks.

Anadys Pharmaceuticals

Private Equity Round in 2005
Anadys Pharmaceuticals is a biopharmaceutical company dedicated to developing medicines for the treatment of hepatitis C. The company is developing ANA598, a non-nucleoside polymerase inhibitor for the treatment of hepatitis C. Anadys has also investigated the potential of ANA773, an oral, small-molecule inducer of endogenous interferons that acts via the Toll-like receptor 7, or TLR7, pathway in hepatitis C.

Canesta

Venture Round in 2005
Canesta is the inventor of revolutionary, low-cost electronic perception technology that is the foundation for the "other side of 3-D" – true 3-D perception as input to everyday devices, rather than the widely-understood 3-D representational technologies as output. Canesta's 3-D input technology, based upon tiny, CMOS 3-D imaging chips or "sensors", enables fine-grained, 3-dimensional depth-perception in virtually any kind of consumer device such as PCs, TVs, game consoles, and mobile phones, as well as automotive, industrial, and other products. Such products can then react on sight to the actions or motions of individuals and objects in their field of view, gaining levels of functionality and ease of use that were simply not possible in an era when such devices were blind. Numerous applications are under active development by Canesta's OEM customers and partners, including consumer electronics, PC, TV, building automation, security, robotics, automotive, and others. Such customers and partners include Hitachi, Honda, Optex, Optronic, Quanta, SMSC, and others which have yet to be announced. Canesta is located in Sunnyvale, CA. The company has filed in excess of fifty patents, 40 of which have been granted so far The company was founded in 1999 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

Retail Solutions Inc.

Series C in 2010
Retail Solutions Inc. develops a cloud-based data transformation software for consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturers and retailers. It offers solutions for CPG manufactures, such as business intelligence and reporting, on shelf availability and reporting, data and demand signal management, go to market and in store activities, drive Omni channel success, professional service group, shopper marketing analytics, and data and demand signal management. The company also offers solution for retailers, such as scorecards, professional service group, drive Omni channel success, on shelf availability and alerting, and OSA360 from RSi and crossmark. Retail Solutions Inc. was formerly known as The Tag Tracking Company, Inc. and changed its name to Retail Solutions Inc. in December 2007. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in San Jose, California. As of October 8, 2020, Retail Solutions Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Information Resources, Inc.

AveXis

Series D in 2015
Based in Dallas, Texas, AveXis is a clinic-ready, synthetic biology platform company. AveXis has, at its core, a desire to establish unique industry and research alliances which will bring innovative treatments to people with unmet medical needs. Our work in spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), a rare/orphan disease, is our first focus.
Coley Pharmaceutical Group operates as a biopharmaceutical company developing therapeutics and drug candidates that direct the human immune system to fight cancers, asthma and allergy, autoimmune disorders, and to enhance the effectiveness of vaccines. The company was formerly known as CpG ImmunoPharmaceuticals, Inc. and in August 2000 it changed its name to Coley Pharmaceutical Group, Inc. The company was founded in 1997 and is based in Wellesley, Massachusetts. As of December 28, 2007, Coley Pharmaceutical Group, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Pfizer Inc.

Martini Media

Series B in 2010
Martini Media Network, Inc. provides solutions for delivering brand campaigns across the passion-based niche sites this audience interacts with at work and at play. The company specializes in reaching and engaging the affluent online; and provides insights focused on the affluent market, and their online engagement and behavior. It provides solutions for brands, clients/agencies, and publishers. The company was incorporated in 2007 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of June 16, 2015, Martini Media Network, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Evolve Media, LLC.

AppNexus

Series B in 2009
Provides trading solutions and powers marketplaces for internet advertising

Crunchyroll

Series A in 2008
Crunchyroll is a global video service for Japanese Anime and Asian media. Crunchyroll has over 20,000 videos and 10,000 hours of Anime, Korean Drama and Live-Action titles on Crunchyroll.com and Crunchyroll-powered platforms including iPhone, iPad, Android, TV set-top boxes, Playstation®3, Xbox LIVE, and other devices. With offices in San Francisco, Calif. and Tokyo, Japan, Crunchyroll is funded by leading venture capital firm, Venrock, Japanese entertainment giant TV TOKYO, digital publishing leader Bitway and a group of angel investors representing some of the brightest and most successful entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley.

Neoconix

Series B in 2005
Neoconix specializes in miniaturized low-profile electrical connectors. It supplies miniaturized, low-profile, high-performance electrical connectors for mobile, enterprise IT, and industrial markets. The company’s patented PCBeamTM technology leverages standard Printed Circuit Lithographic processes used for PCBs, enabling rapid development and delivery of custom electrical connector solutions at very competitive price points. With over 60 patents issued or pending, Neoconix PCBeamTM Technology delivers the lowest profile electrical connectors in the industry, coupled with very high reliability and extreme performance (at over 25Gb/s) for applications such as mobile consumer electronics, medical devices, wearable electronics, telecommunications and much more.

FINsix Corporation

Series A in 2011
FINsix Corporation develops power electronic systems. Its product portfolio includes Dart adapters, which are used to charge laptop and USB devices. FINsix Corporation has a strategic partnership with Toyota Industries Corporation. The company was formerly known as OnChip Power Corporation and changed its name to FINsix Corporation in November 2012. FINsix Corporation was incorporated in 2010 and is based in Menlo Park, California.
Constellation Pharmaceuticals is the first biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the development of novel therapeutics in the emerging field of Epigenetics, a new field of science which is focused on selective regulators of epigenetic function, which are critical to controlling gene expression.

Endeca

Series A in 2001
Endeca provides enterprise search for large companies including Borders, Boeing, the Census Bureau, the EPA, Ford, Hallmark, IBM, and Toshiba. The company specializes in guided search, auto-categorizing results based on the keywords someone enters. Endeca charges from $100,000 to more than $10 million per installation. Endeca competes with FAST Search & Transfer, which was [acquired](http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/01/08/microsoft-has-announced-a-takeover-bid-for-fast-search-transfer-priced-at-12-billion/) by Microsoft for 1.2 Billion in January 2008.

Highground Systems

Seed Round in 1997
Highground Systems provides storage management software for the Microsoft Windows NT platform.

Agromed

Venture Round in 1998
Agromed S.A. engages in the manufacture, marketing, and sale of dairy products. It offers UHT milks, yogurts, desserts, cheeses, and butter. The company sells its products to supermarkets, wholesalers, and small grocery stores in Tunisia. Agromed S.A. is based in Sfax, Tunisia.

Vontu

Series D in 2006
Vontu, Inc. provides data loss prevention software solutions for data at rest, in motion, and at the endpoint; and police enforcement. The company offers implementation, business advisory, training, and account management services. It provides solutions for federal agencies, financial services, healthcare, high tech, insurance, manufacturing, media and entertainment, pharmaceutical, retail, and telecommunications. The company was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California with additional offices in New York, New York; and Berkshire, the United Kingdom. As of November 30, 2007, Vontu, Inc. is a subsidiary of Symantec Corporation (NasdaqNM:SYMC)

Vividon, Inc

Series B in 2001
Vividon, formerly known as Exotec, develops scalable, turnkey content distribution servers which enable the delivery of multimedia content and services. Its Delivery Server (CDS) is used by broadband ISPs and network service providers in optimizing the delivery of streaming video and audio.

3Box

Seed Round in 2019
3Box Inc. offers 3box.io, a social profiles application for Ethereum users and communities and 3box.js, an application program interface (API) for web3 developers to onboard users and set/get data to a profile. Additionally, the company offers 3box-dapp, allows users to create and manage their social profile, sign in to dapps, interact with other users, build a reputation, and store data.3Box Inc. was founded in 2018 and is based in New York, New York.
Ironwood Pharmaceuticals is an entrepreneurial pharmaceutical company, engages in developing and marketing human medicines. It engages in developing a pipeline of clinical candidates in the areas of gastrointestinal diseases, cardiovascular diseases, pain, and inflammation. The company's operationally independent subsidiary, Microbia Inc., engages in developing and commercializing bioprocesses for use in pharmaceuticals, foods, and specialty and industrial chemicals. Ironwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc. was formerly known as Microbia, Inc. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

CipherMax

Series B in 2002
CipherMax, Inc. provides enterprise-class storage security solutions for securing information assets and achieving compliance with government regulations. The company offers CipherMax CM140T, a storage security system for tapes that provides line-speed encryption processing and centralized security administration solutions for legacy and LTO-4 drives. It also provides CipherMax CM180D, a compact storage security system to integrate high performance encryption with SAN access control and 16-ports connectivity for fabric-based protection of sensitive data on disks; CipherMax CM250, an enterprise storage security system to integrate into existing SANs with 64-ports connectivity; and CipherMax CM500, a system for securing disk-based stored data for enterprise data centers with high port count storage environments. In addition, it offers SANCruiser, a secure storage management software for the management of systems, SAN, and security functions in an enterprise storage environment; and KeyCruiser, a key lifecycle management system for the secure administration of data encryption keys. CipherMax, Inc. was formerly known as MaXXan Systems, Inc. and changed its name to CipherMax, Inc. in 2007. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in San Jose, California.

Intercasting

Series B in 2007
Intercasting is a mobile social networking company. Through its flagship ANTHEM 2.0 platform, wireless carriers and device manufacturers can add instant messaging, email, and social networking to their offerings. Founded in 2004, Intercasting was one of the first companies to deploy a carrier-grade mobile blogging and social networking application in North America with Rabble.

Audentes Therapeutics

Series C in 2015
Audentes Therapeutics is a biotechnology company committed to the development and commercialization of innovative new gene therapy treatments for people with serious rare diseases. We are a focused, experienced and passionate team driven by the goal of improving the lives of patients.
Constellation Pharmaceuticals is the first biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the development of novel therapeutics in the emerging field of Epigenetics, a new field of science which is focused on selective regulators of epigenetic function, which are critical to controlling gene expression.

Storm Exchange

Venture Round in 2008
Storm Exchange helps businesses better manage weather risk. The company provides weather-related data and benchmarks, and it also works with companies to correlate their revenues to specific weather conditions (e.g. temperature, rain, wind). The company helps corporations improve performance by identifying, measuring and managing the impact of weather on their income and expenses. Storm Exchange also serves investors, insurers and other financial industry participants with information that enables them to anticipate how weather will impact investment.

Zenefits

Series A in 2014
Zenefits is an all-in-one Digital HR platform for small and medium businesses. Designed as a single source of truth for managing the modern workforce, Zenefits delivers the most complete, all-mobile HR experience by tightly integrating its own powerful applications with dozens of best-of-breed providers on the Zenefits platform. Zenefits’ applications like HR, Benefits, Time, Payroll, and Compliance combine with partner applications like email, collaboration, expense management, and employee engagement to create a powerful platform. Thousands of businesses use Zenefits to empower their employees, manage change, and stay compliant.

Magen BioSciences

Series A in 2006
Magen BioSciences is a Biotechnology company located in 100 Beaver Street, Suite 101, Waltham, MA, United States.

TurnHere, Inc.

Series A in 2008
SmartShoot gets customers high-quality video & photos by connecting them with trusted professional filmmakers & photographers.

Castlight Health

Series B in 2009
Integrated Health Benefits Platform

Liposome Company

Seed Round in 1982
Liposome Company manufactures commercialized drug delivery systems based on liposomes.

Percipient.ai Inc.

Series A in 2018
Percipient.ai is a provider of an artificial intelligence advanced analytics platform designed to provide solutions for Intelligence and U.S. National Security. The company's products offer geo-correlated multi-source intelligence using computer vision to accelerate understanding of unstructured data at speed and scale, providing its clients with human and machine teaming in time-sensitive missions and global business environments.

Endeca

Series C in 2002
Endeca provides enterprise search for large companies including Borders, Boeing, the Census Bureau, the EPA, Ford, Hallmark, IBM, and Toshiba. The company specializes in guided search, auto-categorizing results based on the keywords someone enters. Endeca charges from $100,000 to more than $10 million per installation. Endeca competes with FAST Search & Transfer, which was [acquired](http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/01/08/microsoft-has-announced-a-takeover-bid-for-fast-search-transfer-priced-at-12-billion/) by Microsoft for 1.2 Billion in January 2008.

PGP Corporation

Series C in 2007
PGP Corporation provides email and data encryption software solutions for enterprises, businesses, and governments.

Socrates AI

Seed Round in 2017
Socrates AI brings deep expertise in Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing and Human Resources Applications to solve the enterprise's biggest challenges in employee experience, IT security and software engagement.

athenahealth, Inc.

Series B in 2000
Athenahealth is a leading provider of internet-based business services for physician practices. The Company's service offerings are based on proprietary web-native practice management and electronic health record (EHR) software, a continuously updated payer knowledge-base, integrated back-office service operations, and live patient communications services.

Sapphire Energy, Inc.

Series B in 2008
Sapphire Energy, Inc., a venture capital backed company, produces renewable solutions from algae. It uses sunlight, CO2, non-potable water, non-arable land, nutrients, and novel strains of algae in outdoor ponds to produce biomass that can then be converted into high-value oils, aquaculture and animal feeds, fuels, and other valuable products. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in San Diego, California. It has a research and development facility in Las Cruces, New Mexico; and an integrated algal bio refinery in Columbus, New Mexico.

Dstillery

Series C in 2014
Dstillery, Inc. develops a digital intelligence platform for brands and media partners. The company provides brand-specific and cross-channel marketing solutions, including awareness, familiarity, consideration, selection, and retention solutions; and Dscover Maps, a geospatial insights tool that provides a detailed view into market composition by geography or location. Its platform captures mobile location insights and infuses with desktop behaviors to optimize across mobile, desktop, and video channels. The company serves customers in the United States. Dstillery, Inc. was formerly known as Media6Degrees Inc. and changed its name to Dstillery, Inc. in September 2013. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in New York, New York.

Kineto Wireless

Venture Round in 2012
Internet protocol-based services and solutions for mobile operators acquired by taqua on the 09-04-2014

Nanosys

Seed Round in 2001
Nanosys, Inc. develops and delivers quantum dot technology for high definition viewing experience for the display industry. It offers Quantum Dot Concentrate material; quantum dot nanomaterials; and Quantum Dot Enhancement film to industrial supply chain partners. Its products are used in tablets, televisions, smartphones, and other consumer electronics applications. Nanosys, Inc. was incorporated in 2001 and is based in Milpitas, California.

ORATEC Interventions

Seed Round in 1996
ORATEC Interventions develops and markets medical devices that use controlled thermal energy to treat spine and joint disorders. It markets two minimally invasive systems, the SpineCATH IntraDiscal ElectroThermal Therapy or IDET system, and the ElectroThermal Arthroscopy System.

Sunesis Pharmaceuticals

Series A in 1998
Sunesis is an emerging biopharmaceutical company creating new medicines to improve the lives of people with cancer. They are building a pipeline of drugs that selectively block critical mechanisms required for tumor growth and survival. The fight against cancer is an enormous mission that requires an integrated approach fueled by a commitment to innovation.

Quiq, Inc.

Series A in 2016
Quiq, Inc. develops customer service messaging management software for customer service agents and managers to allow them to send messages to companies using the application they use to communicate with their friends. It offers Quiq IQ, a product that creates and deploys bots for the web chat and messaging channels. Quiq, Inc. was formerly known as Centricient Inc. and changed its name to Quiq, Inc. in March 2017. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Bozeman, Montana.

Interos

Series B in 2020
Interos is a supplier of AI and SaaS-delivered supply chain risk management (SCRM) solutions to the US Federal Government and the private sector. The core of Interos' solution is the aggregation and analysis of large data sets to identify relationships, patterns, and correlations with the goal of producing predictive and prescriptive insights for our customers to assess, monitor, and enhance resiliency and mitigate risk in their business eco-systems. As eco-systems consist of supply chains, partnerships and business alliances, a change in any of these relationships can produce unknown and unexpected business risks and ripples effects. The platform provides Eco-system Maps, Supplier Risk Assessments, Scoring, and Continuous Monitoring. Founded in 2005, Interos is headquartered in Arlington, Virginia.

Running Tide

Seed Round in 2019
Running Tide crafts adaptive aquaculture techniques to optimize nature while amplifying flavor and health. It applies the minds of scientists to produce exceptionally healthy low-carbon protein. Running Tide analyzes ocean data to determine how to better utilize two-thirds of the Earth’s surface in the climate fight.

Triangle Pharmaceuticals

Pre Seed Round in 1995
Triangle Pharmaceuticals develops new drug candidates primarily in the antiviral area, with a particular focus on therapies for HIV, including AIDS, and the hepatitis B virus.

Neoconix

Series C in 2007
Neoconix specializes in miniaturized low-profile electrical connectors. It supplies miniaturized, low-profile, high-performance electrical connectors for mobile, enterprise IT, and industrial markets. The company’s patented PCBeamTM technology leverages standard Printed Circuit Lithographic processes used for PCBs, enabling rapid development and delivery of custom electrical connector solutions at very competitive price points. With over 60 patents issued or pending, Neoconix PCBeamTM Technology delivers the lowest profile electrical connectors in the industry, coupled with very high reliability and extreme performance (at over 25Gb/s) for applications such as mobile consumer electronics, medical devices, wearable electronics, telecommunications and much more.

Amphora Discovery

Series B in 2002
Amphora Discovery Corporation operates as a biotechnology company. It provides integrated services to the pharmaceutical industry. The company's products and services include in vitro assay protocols, in vitro throughput screening and compound profiling services, custom assay development, enzymology services, and lead discovery/lead optimization partnering programs. It offers drug discovery contract research services, HTS, profiling and lead generation, and lead optimization solutions. The company serves pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies, emerging biotechnology companies, and research foundations. Amphora Discovery Corporation was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Durham, North Carolina. As of July 2008, Amphora Discovery Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Nanosyn Inc.

Receptos

Venture Round in 2012
Receptos is a privately-held drug discovery and development company which utilizes pioneering G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) technology to facilitate information-driven drug design for developing best- and first-in-class drugs.

KalVista Pharmaceuticals

Series B in 2015
KalVista Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a clinical stage pharmaceutical company, discovers, develops, and commercializes small molecule protease inhibitors for diseases with unmet needs. The company’s product portfolio comprises small molecule plasma kallikrein inhibitors targeting hereditary angioedema (HAE) and diabetic macular edema (DME); and oral plasma kallikrein inhibitors. Its products include KVD001, a plasma kallikrein inhibitor that completed a Phase II clinical trial for the treatment of DME; KVD900, which is in Phase II clinical trial for treating HAE attacks; and KVD824, an oral plasma kallikrein inhibitor that completed a Phase I clinical trial for treating DME or HAE. The company is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Fate Therapeutics, Inc.

Series B in 2011
Fate Therapeutics is using the fundamental biological mechanisms that guide cell fate to develop stem cell therapeutics. The company has brought together the foremost scientists from the nation's research hotbeds (Boston, San Francisco, San Diego, and Seattle) who have demonstrated the potential to create and modulate stem cells to restore health. The backstory is that while others were working towards therapies based on transplanting stem cell-derived cells into patients, Randall Moon (HHMI and the University of Washington) and Alex Rives (Arch Venture Capitol) envisioned a different approach to develop regenerative therapies. The concept, based on data from hematopoietic progenitor cells, was that one could modulate the properties of stem cells in vivo using small molecules or biologics. They presented this idea to Arch Venture Capitol in Seattle, which launched the company, soon to be joined by other investors.

Pedestal Software

Venture Round in 2003
Pedestal Software offers its users with cost-effective software products. It provides vulnerability management solutions for enterprises. The company’s products include Security Expressions and Audit Express. Security Expressions is a vulnerability management-audit and compliance solution that enables organizations to audit desktops and servers for system security configuration settings. Audit Express is a system security-vulnerability audit solution that enables organizations to perform system audits by selecting a list of pre-defined system security checks. The customers of the company are financial service providers, insurance organizations, healthcare providers, and biotech firms. Pedestal Software is a U.S.-based company that was founded in 1996 by Fen Trias. The company was acquired by Altiris on March 23, 2005.

Millennium Pharmaceuticals

Seed Round in 1993
Millennium Pharmaceuticals is a biopharmaceutical company that engages in the research, development, and commercialization of medicines for the treatment of cancer in the United States and internationally. It develops and markets VELCADE for injection, a cancer therapy for the treatment of patients with multiple myeloma and relapsed mantle cell lymphoma. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts with facilities in San Diego, San Francisco, Tsukuba, and Osaka. As of May 13, 2008, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.

Chisel AI

Seed Round in 2017
Chisel AI provides artificial Intelligence solutions for the insurance industry in Canada and internationally. Its solutions use natural language processing and named entity recognition to read documents and extract critical data from digital native documents in various file formats, such as Word, PDF, and Excel. The company offers solutions for data extraction, errors and omissions check, submission prioritization, claims triage, and quote comparison. It serves provides insurers, reinsurers, and brokers. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Toronto, Canada.

Kineto Wireless

Series C in 2004
Internet protocol-based services and solutions for mobile operators acquired by taqua on the 09-04-2014

IPHighway

Series B in 1999
IPHighway provide multi-vendor, policy-based networking (PBN) solutions that improve the performance and operation of large-scale networks.

Gazelle, Inc.

Series B in 2008
Gazelle is an e-commerce platform for buying and selling used electronic gadgets. They pay cash for used smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktops and then inspect, certify them, and sell them to consumers looking for a cost-effective way to stay connected. The company was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts with operations in Louisville, Kentucky.

Bungee Labs

Series C in 2008
Bungee Labs is the company behind Bungee Connect, a web-based Ajax environment for creating interactive web applications. The goal of the product is to allow developers to "efficiently create and instantly deliver rich web applications for the small-to-medium business market." This is done by providing an online environment where developers and clients don't have to install anything. Bungee Connect also automates SOAP and REST based web services. Once projects are complete, developers can easily deploy their applications on Bungee Connect's grid servers.

Appia

Venture Round in 2011
Appia is the leading mobile user acquisition network; delivering mobile app downloads to over 1 billion users across 200 countries. Its platform was built to best serve the needs of mobile advertisers today, and Appia guarantees more app installs and the highest profit per install for its customers. Appia's robust network and advanced technology ensure apps are delivered to the best quality, largest audience possible. Brands like ngmoco, AppBrain, Fiksu, Playtika, Cupid and Zedge trust Appia with their mobile app discovery. Appia's extensive network of publishers and advertisers is constantly developing and its product portfolio continues to evolve, allowing it to bring quality apps to highly engaged consumers. Appia has raised $30M in funding from Venrock, DCM’s A-Fund, Trident Capital, Eric Schmidt’s TomorrowVentures, Relay Ventures, the Social Internet Fund, Noro-Moseley Partners, and Wakefield Group. The Wall Street Journal ranked Appia #22 on its list of the Top 50 Venture Backed Companies in 2012, the second year in a row that Appia has made the WSJ list of the Top 50, known as “The Next Big Thing”. With offices in San Francisco, CA and Durham, NC, as well as global sales offices, Appia has quickly become the largest, non-incentivized network. For additional information, visit appia.com or follow @Appia.

Hua Medicine

Series B in 2015
Hua Medicine is a clinical-stage, innovative drug development company in China, focused on novel therapies for the treatment of diabetes and CNS disorders. Founded by pharma industry veterans and funded by a premier group of international VC investment firms such as Fidelity Asia, Fidelity Biosciences, ARCH Ventures, Venrock, SAIL and WuXi Ventures, the company has in-licensed from major pharma, world-wide rights to a potential best-in-class, oral drug for the treatment of Type 2 Diabetes which utilizes a novel mechanism of action.

Altruist

Series A in 2019
Altruist is a fintech company that develops a commission-free digital investment platform. The platform is designed to help independent financial advisors grow faster, cut costs, eliminate paperwork, and delight their clients. The company was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in Venice, California.

Dollar Shave Club

Series B in 2013
Dollar Shave Club is a lifestyle brand and e-commerce company that invents and delivers smart, affordable products to make lives easier. Through an exclusive R&D process that includes botanicals and chemists, the company makes all its own products at affordable prices. Dollar Shave Club was founded in 2012 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Jiff, Inc.

Series C in 2015
Jiff is a venture-backed, Mountain View-based technology company that is reinventing healthcare, one employee at a time. It builds customized mobile and web experiences that connect company benefits and incentives design to healthy employee behaviors using the wearables and apps that they all know and love. The company was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

LUXA

Seed Round in 2010
Luxa is a Japanese group coupon buying site. Luxa is similar to daily-deals site Groupon, but it positions itself towards the higher-income demographic by listing only premium items such as branded cosmetics and alcohol, and up-market restaurants. It says it has around 350,000 members in Japan. Swimmy Minami Profile PhotoIts headquarters is in Tokyo, and it just opened offices in Nagoya and Fukuoka, to add to its second office in Osaka, which it opened last year.

Spyglass

Seed Round in 1991
Spyglass develops and markets embedded software components for Internet and intranet application development.

Aria Systems, Inc.

Series C in 2011
Proven by the world's most demanding enterprises, including AAA NCNU, Constant Contact, Falck, Hootsuite, Pitney Bowes, Audi, Adobe, Telekom Denmark, Philips, Roku, and VMware, Aria helps enterprises grow their recurring revenue businesses. Aria helps clients take advantage of each customer-driven event − known as revenue moments − with agile billing, active customer engagement, and the rapid development of new products and services. With Aria's end-to-end active monetization platform, global brands can get to market faster with a wider variety of products and services, while maximizing customer satisfaction, retention, and lifetime value.

10X Genomics, Inc.

Series B in 2014
10x Genomics is creating revolutionary DNA sequencing technology to help researchers better identify subtle variations that are overlooked by technologies that shred biological samples into tiny fragments before sequencing the short stretches and using computers to assembling them into a genome.

Boston Power

Series C in 2008
Boston-Power has developed the Sonata technology platform, which is a battery they say charges faster, lasts longer, performs better and is safer than what's currently on the market. The technology will be used in many consumer electronic devices including laptops, PDAs and mobile phones. In January of 2008, Boston-Power announced a new partnership with Chinese battery manufacturer GP Batteries to step up production of Sonata batteries.

TriQuint Semiconductor

Seed Round in 1987
TriQuint Semiconductor, Inc. supplies modules, components and foundry services to the communications companies. The company's products are designed on various wafer substrates, including compound semiconductor materials, such as gallium arsenide (GaAs) and piezoelectric crystals, such as lithium tantalate (LiTaO3). The company uses various process technologies using GaAs substrates including heterojunction bipolar transistors (HBTs) and pseudomorphic high electron mobility transistors (pHEMTs). The company's customers include Foxconn; Motorola, Inc.; Samsung; and U.S. Department of Commerce. Competition For its integrated modules, the company competes primarily with the following existing competitors: Anadigics Inc., Avago, Inc., Eudyna, Inc., Raytheon Co., RF Micro Devices, Inc., Skyworks Solutions, Inc., ICS Technologies, Inc., Phonon Corp., RF Monolithics, Inc., TDK and EPCOS AG, Temex SAS, TAI-SAW Technology Co., Fujitsu Microelectronics, Inc., Murata Manufacturing Co., and Panasonic Corp. TriQuint Semiconductor, Inc. was founded in 1981.

Grand Rounds

Series A in 2013
Grand Rounds’ vision is to create a path to great health and health care, for everyone, everywhere. Founded in 2011, the company provides an employer-based technology solution that connects members and their families to high-quality care. With Grand Rounds, employers get a personalized, high-performance network at scale, while their employees get the tools and support needed to navigate their care on their own terms. Named Rock Health’s 2018 Fastest Growing Company, Grand Rounds helps restore individual health and quality of life, and offers employers lower health care spend and higher employee productivity.

NeoPhotonics Corporation

Venture Round in 2002
NeoPhotonics offers a complete line of both active and passive optical components for every network market segment: FTTH/Access, Datacom, Storage Area Networks, Metro and Long Haul networks. NeoPhotonics' transceivers are compliant with industry standard MSAs, are available in GBIC, SFF, SFP, XFP and other configurations, and serve a variety of reaches, applications and data-rates from 155MBps to 10GBps. NeoPhotonics' advanced silica Planar Lightwave Circuit (PLC) integrated optical modules and subsystems are critical parts in access FTTH networks and in metro and long-haul DWDM networks. For FTTH, NeoPhotonics manufactures integrated splitters in high volume and FTTH BiDi and TriPlexer transceivers, Other products include AWGs, Athermal AWGs, VOA Multiplexers, EDFAs and ROADM Modules. NeoPhotonics' manufactures MEMS-based Variable Optical Attenuators and Dynamic Channel Equalizers
Concentric Analgesics is a biotechnology company focused on developing non-opioid therapeutics for the management of acute and chronic pain. The company is driven by a mission is to dramatically improve the lives of patients by developing breakthrough non-opioid pain therapeutics that address significant medical needs. Concentric Analgesics was founded in 2014 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.
Constellation Pharmaceuticals is the first biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the development of novel therapeutics in the emerging field of Epigenetics, a new field of science which is focused on selective regulators of epigenetic function, which are critical to controlling gene expression.

Coherus Biosciences

Series C in 2014
Coherus Biosciences is a biopharmaceutical company that engages in the development, manufacture, and commercialization of biologic therapeutics. The company develops biologic medicines primarily for the treatment of oncology and inflammatory diseases. It focuses on process science, analytical characterization, protein production, and clinical-regulatory development. Its pipeline includes Immunology, anti-tumor necrosis factor (Anti-TNF) biosimilar candidates; Ophthalmology biosimilar candidates; and Oncology Biosimilar candidates. Coherus Biosciences was established in 2010 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.

Betable

Series A in 2013
Betable is the world’s first platform that enables any developer to legally offer real-money play in their games and apps on any platform or device. Betable is licensed by the United Kingdom Gambling Commission and Alderney Gambling Control Commission to offer support and infrastructure to developers to legally integrate real-money gambling into their mobile and social games and applications. Betable provides world-leading security, fraud protection, player location, identity and age verification and account monitoring to keep players’ funds safe and to ensure responsible gaming. Betable was founded in 2008 in London, United Kingdom. It also is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Tricida, Inc.

Series D in 2017
Tricida, Inc. is a late-stage pharmaceutical company focused on the development and commercialization of its lead product candidate, TRC101, a non-absorbed, orally-administered polymer drug designed to treat metabolic acidosis in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). Metabolic acidosis is a condition commonly caused by CKD that is believed to accelerate the progression of kidney deterioration. Metabolic acidosis has been associated with increased muscle wasting, loss of bone density and death.

PowerVision, Inc.

Series D in 2016
As of March 13, 2019, PowerVision, Inc. was acquired by Alcon Laboratories, Inc. PowerVision, Inc. develops fluid-controlled intraocular lens. It offers FluidVision accommodating intraocular lens technology, which restores the vision of youth to middle aged or elderly individuals affected by presbyopia and/or cataracts. The company was incorporated in 2002 and is based in Belmont, California.

Castlight Health

Series C in 2010
Integrated Health Benefits Platform

Achaogen

Series C in 2010
Achaogen is a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery and development of broad-spectrum antibiotics to treat multi-drug resistant bacterial infections. The company's most advanced drug candidate, ACHN-490, has demonstrated a positive safety and dosing profile in Phase 1 clinical testing and displayed broad spectrum efficacy in preclinical studies against systemic infections caused by multi-drug resistant (MDR) Gram-negative bacteria (e.g., E. coli, K. pneumoniae, and P. aeruginosa) and MRSA. In addition, the company is pursuing preclinical programs in several other areas of interest to combat the global emergence of bacterial resistance.

Amphora Discovery

Series A in 2001
Amphora Discovery Corporation operates as a biotechnology company. It provides integrated services to the pharmaceutical industry. The company's products and services include in vitro assay protocols, in vitro throughput screening and compound profiling services, custom assay development, enzymology services, and lead discovery/lead optimization partnering programs. It offers drug discovery contract research services, HTS, profiling and lead generation, and lead optimization solutions. The company serves pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies, emerging biotechnology companies, and research foundations. Amphora Discovery Corporation was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Durham, North Carolina. As of July 2008, Amphora Discovery Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Nanosyn Inc.

Intuity Medical

Series D in 2011
Intuity Medical develops blood glucose monitoring systems for diabetes management. Their POGO Automatic Blood Glucose Monitoring System is the world’s first FDA-cleared automatic, one-step blood glucose meter that combines lancing, blood collection, and analysis into a single 10-test cartridge. It provides a convenient and discreet solution for millions of patients who need to regularly test their blood glucose. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.

Cyteir Therapeutics

Series B in 2019
Cyteir is developing the next generation of synthetic lethal therapies to treat cancer.Cyteir Therapeutics is creating breakthrough solutions to the major challenges facing cancer researchers today. Currently in development, is the answer to the oncology triumvirate: reducing side effects, reducing therapy resistance, inducing diseased cell self destruction.

Canesta

Venture Round in 2009
Canesta is the inventor of revolutionary, low-cost electronic perception technology that is the foundation for the "other side of 3-D" – true 3-D perception as input to everyday devices, rather than the widely-understood 3-D representational technologies as output. Canesta's 3-D input technology, based upon tiny, CMOS 3-D imaging chips or "sensors", enables fine-grained, 3-dimensional depth-perception in virtually any kind of consumer device such as PCs, TVs, game consoles, and mobile phones, as well as automotive, industrial, and other products. Such products can then react on sight to the actions or motions of individuals and objects in their field of view, gaining levels of functionality and ease of use that were simply not possible in an era when such devices were blind. Numerous applications are under active development by Canesta's OEM customers and partners, including consumer electronics, PC, TV, building automation, security, robotics, automotive, and others. Such customers and partners include Hitachi, Honda, Optex, Optronic, Quanta, SMSC, and others which have yet to be announced. Canesta is located in Sunnyvale, CA. The company has filed in excess of fifty patents, 40 of which have been granted so far The company was founded in 1999 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

YouNow

Series B in 2015
YouNow is the world's first live social network, empowering users to broadcast themselves from anywhere in real-time. They believe in the unlimited potential of human creativity. In fact, it’s why they come to work every day - to create a powerful platform where anyone can broadcast and express themselves in front of a vast live audience. In a moment when social media and TV are converging, they’re proud to provide a product that fuses the experience of broadcasting, gaming, performing, and social networking, giving direct power to the people and enabling them to discover and create new kinds of interactive content in real-time.

Illumina

Venture Round in 2000
At Illumina, we’re committed to unlocking the power of the genome, and we know we can’t do it alone. Illumina Accelerator is our way of accelerating innovation in the entrepreneurial community. With extensive mentorship, financial support, and access to sequencing systems, reagents, and lab space, we’ve created a dynamic genomic ecosystem to help startups launch. Together we’ll advance the solutions that will transform medicine and improve human health and beyond.

Misty Robotics

Series A in 2017
Misty Robotics, a spinoff of Sphero, is a hardware company that builds personal robots for homes and offices. Based in Boulder, Colorado, Misty Robotics is building the robot for everyone. Misty Robotics’ vision is to put personal robots in every home and office. These robots will be seen and treated as our friends, our teammates, and a part of our families -- performing helpful tasks, providing safety, and interacting with humans in entertaining and friendly ways that have only been seen before in science fiction.

Caliper Life Sciences

Seed Round in 1996
Caliper Life Sciences, Inc. develops and sells products and services to pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies, and government and other not-for-profit research institutions worldwide. Its integrated systems consist of instruments, software and reagents, laboratory automation tools, and assay and discovery services. The company offers a portfolio of molecular imaging, microfluidics, automation and liquid handling technologies, and scientific applications to address various limitations in the drug discovery and development process. Its products include IVIS Imaging Systems and Living Image Software, an integrated optical molecular imaging solution; Light-Producing Cells and Microorganisms to analyze the spread and treatment of cancer and infectious diseases, as well as to study immunology; Light Producing Transgenic Animal models to analyze gene expression, protein activity, and disease progression; and luciferin, a chemical compound to produce bioluminescence, and VivoFluor fluorescent labeling kits for fluorescent imaging. The company's products also comprise LabChip 3000 Drug Discovery System, which produces data that minimizes false positives and false negatives, and detects weak inhibitors; LabChip EZ Reader, EZ Reader II, and ProfilerPro Kits; Caliper Sciclone that incorporates automated microplate carriers; Zephyr, a liquid handling instrument; staccato automated workstations for drug discovery, genomics, proteomics, and drug development laboratories; Twister I and II, which automate the movement of microplates; MultiDose G3, an automated dissolution testing system; and active pharmaceutical ingredient workstation. In addition, it offers contract research and transgenic animal services, drug discovery and development services, product support, and validation services. Caliper Life Sciences sells its products through direct sales force and a network of distributors. The company was founded in 1995 and is headquartered in Hopkinton, Massachusetts.

CipherMax

Series A in 2001
CipherMax, Inc. provides enterprise-class storage security solutions for securing information assets and achieving compliance with government regulations. The company offers CipherMax CM140T, a storage security system for tapes that provides line-speed encryption processing and centralized security administration solutions for legacy and LTO-4 drives. It also provides CipherMax CM180D, a compact storage security system to integrate high performance encryption with SAN access control and 16-ports connectivity for fabric-based protection of sensitive data on disks; CipherMax CM250, an enterprise storage security system to integrate into existing SANs with 64-ports connectivity; and CipherMax CM500, a system for securing disk-based stored data for enterprise data centers with high port count storage environments. In addition, it offers SANCruiser, a secure storage management software for the management of systems, SAN, and security functions in an enterprise storage environment; and KeyCruiser, a key lifecycle management system for the secure administration of data encryption keys. CipherMax, Inc. was formerly known as MaXXan Systems, Inc. and changed its name to CipherMax, Inc. in 2007. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in San Jose, California.

Aria Systems, Inc.

Series B in 2008
Proven by the world's most demanding enterprises, including AAA NCNU, Constant Contact, Falck, Hootsuite, Pitney Bowes, Audi, Adobe, Telekom Denmark, Philips, Roku, and VMware, Aria helps enterprises grow their recurring revenue businesses. Aria helps clients take advantage of each customer-driven event − known as revenue moments − with agile billing, active customer engagement, and the rapid development of new products and services. With Aria's end-to-end active monetization platform, global brands can get to market faster with a wider variety of products and services, while maximizing customer satisfaction, retention, and lifetime value.

CipherMax

Venture Round in 2007
CipherMax, Inc. provides enterprise-class storage security solutions for securing information assets and achieving compliance with government regulations. The company offers CipherMax CM140T, a storage security system for tapes that provides line-speed encryption processing and centralized security administration solutions for legacy and LTO-4 drives. It also provides CipherMax CM180D, a compact storage security system to integrate high performance encryption with SAN access control and 16-ports connectivity for fabric-based protection of sensitive data on disks; CipherMax CM250, an enterprise storage security system to integrate into existing SANs with 64-ports connectivity; and CipherMax CM500, a system for securing disk-based stored data for enterprise data centers with high port count storage environments. In addition, it offers SANCruiser, a secure storage management software for the management of systems, SAN, and security functions in an enterprise storage environment; and KeyCruiser, a key lifecycle management system for the secure administration of data encryption keys. CipherMax, Inc. was formerly known as MaXXan Systems, Inc. and changed its name to CipherMax, Inc. in 2007. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in San Jose, California.

PEAK Surgical

Series C in 2008
PEAK Surgical is a medical device company that is committed to providing physicians with surgical tools that have the precision of a scalpel and the bleeding control of traditional electrosurgery without the extensive collateral damage – a revolutionary benefit that fills a critical market gap. The PEAK Surgery System is cleared for use in general, plastic and reconstructive, ENT, gynecologic, orthopedic, arthroscopic, spinal and neurological surgical procedures in the United States and for use in general surgery in the EU. PEAK Surgical is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

Bivio Networks

Venture Round in 2008
Founded in 2000, Bivio Networks is dedicated to providing leading networking products that enable government agencies and service providers to control, monitor, and secure critical network infrastructure. A leader in cyber intelligence, cyber security and network control solutions, Bivio has deployed its products in a wide range of solutions. Bivio’s global customer base includes leading intelligence agencies, military organizations and service providers. Bivio is privately-held and is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area with office locations worldwide. Specialties Cyber Security, Cyber Intelligence, Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Networking Systems, Mass Metadata Extraction and Analysis, Data Retention System, Cyber Investigation, network probe
CICLON Semiconductor Device Corporation (pronounced see-clone) is a leader in the design, development, and sale of high-frequency, high-efficiency RF LDMOS and power MOSFET semiconductor solutions for high-performance information technology applications. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. As of February 11, 2009, CICLON Semiconductor Device Corp. operates as a subsidiary of Texas Instruments Inc.

RelayHealth

Series E in 2003
RelayHealth provides the connectivity and solutions that enable constituents across healthcare to exchange information securely and conveniently. By connecting patients, providers, pharmacies, payors and pharmaceutical manufacturers, RelayHealth offers real-time solutions to streamline interactions throughout healthcare. The net result: improved care, faster access, lower costs and enhanced bottom lines.

Beckon, Inc.

Series B in 2015
Beckon, Inc. provides omnichannel analytics software for marketers. It provides performance analytics, visualization, and reporting solutions. The company’s software-as-a-service platform integrates marketing data and delivers dashboards and scorecards for cross-channel marketing intelligence. Beckon, Inc. was founded in 2011 and is based in San Mateo, California. As of November 19, 2018, Beckon, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Aclate, Inc..

Lyra Health

Series C in 2020
Lyra helps companies improve access to effective, high-quality mental health care for their employees. Lyra's matching technology and innovative digital platform connect members to a curated network of top therapists and coaches, which results in 3x more people receiving care and 7x better outcomes than traditional plans and EAPs. Members can find the right personalized care, match with the right provider for their needs, and feel motivated and supported throughout the entire treatment journey.

KONTOR, Inc.

Series A in 2015
KONTOR, Inc. develops a visual workflow tool for commercial design professionals to discover trends, find and upload images, and share ideas. The company connects projects with products on an image-based platform. It serves technology, fashion, advertising, legal, finance, and design industries in the United States and internationally. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in New York, New York. As of October 2, 2019, KONTOR, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Newmark Group, Inc.

Castle Networks

Seed Round in 1998
Castle Networks provides carrier-class telecommunications equipment to facilitate data and voice convergence. The company was founded in 1998 and based in Westford, Massachusetts.

Acceleron Pharma

Series B in 2006
Biopharmaceutical company engaged in developing, manufacturing and commercializing novel biotherapeutics

ZettaCom

Series C in 2003
ZettaCom, Inc. manufactures and supplies chipset solutions to core multi-service switch and router original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

ExtendMedia

Series A in 2006
ExtendMedia provides software and media services that enable content providers and distributors to quickly and securely create, deliver, manage & monetize online content offerings over many devices. Their flagship product, OpenCASE, is a trusted foundation on which providers are building their digital media businesses. ExtendMedia has over 16 years of experience working closely with the world's most successful and innovative communications and media companies. Their in-depth knowledge has been built into OpenCASE: an open architecture for integration with existing systems; features for skillful automation of even the largest content delivery systems to increase efficiency; and support for flexible business models.

Salsify

Series E in 2020
Salsify is an e-commerce software startup that empowers brands by providing tools to track and analyze inventories, presentation, and sales of goods on digital shelves. It offers its Commerce Experience Management (CommerceXM), a platform that combines Product Experience Management (Integrated PIM, DAM, and Experience Builder) with commerce capabilities designed to enable sales both across retailer and distributor channels as well as marketplaces, social commerce, and direct-to-consumer (D2C) sites. The company is backed by Venrock, Matrix Partners, Greenspring Associates, Underscore VC, North Bridge, and Warburg Pincus. Jason Purcell, Jeremy Redburn, and Rob Gonzalez incorporated Salsify in Boston, Massachusetts in 2012.

Shape Security, Inc.

Series C in 2014
Shape provides defense against malicious automated cyber-attacks on web and mobile applications. Shape has deflected over $1B in fraud losses for major retailers, financial institutions, airlines, and government agencies. Shape Security is headquartered in Silicon Valley and backed by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Norwest Venture Partners, Venrock, Baseline Ventures, Google Ventures, WING VC and a host of other prominent investors. Shape was founded in 2011 to disrupt automated attacks on web and mobile applications.
Cadence Pharmaceuticals is a biopharmaceutical company focused on in-licensing, developing and commercializing proprietary product candidates principally for use in the hospital setting. On May 4, 2010 Cadence resubmitted a New Drug Application for its investigational product candidate, OFIRMEVTM (acetaminophen) injection for the treatment of pain and fever in adults and children. The FDA has assigned a new Prescription Drug User Fee Act (PDUFA) action date for OFIRMEV of November 4, 2010.

AppNexus

Series B in 2008
Provides trading solutions and powers marketplaces for internet advertising

Bungee Labs

Series A in 2005
Bungee Labs is the company behind Bungee Connect, a web-based Ajax environment for creating interactive web applications. The goal of the product is to allow developers to "efficiently create and instantly deliver rich web applications for the small-to-medium business market." This is done by providing an online environment where developers and clients don't have to install anything. Bungee Connect also automates SOAP and REST based web services. Once projects are complete, developers can easily deploy their applications on Bungee Connect's grid servers.

Tilion

Series A in 2000
Tilion is focused on the development of infrastructure services. Tilion was founded by Chris Stone in 2000 and is based in Maynard, Massachusetts.

Adify

Series A in 2006
Adify provides the technology and back office services necessary for companies to run their own online ad networks. Adify is a self-service ad network for companies interested in developing their own ad networks. The service allows a publisher to negotiate ad rates, and to reject an advertiser if not interested. Adify about 20 percent of the revenues. Clients include Guardian, Forbes.com, NBC WeatherPlus, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and others. Adify was acquired by [Cox Communications](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/cox-enterprises) Enterprises on April 29, 2008 for $300 million.
Constellation Pharmaceuticals is the first biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the development of novel therapeutics in the emerging field of Epigenetics, a new field of science which is focused on selective regulators of epigenetic function, which are critical to controlling gene expression.

Signal Pharmaceuticals

Seed Round in 1993
Signal Pharmaceuticals is a biopharmaceutical company that was founded by David Anderson (Senior VP & Head of Research), Alan Lewis (CEO), Mark Carmen, and Jackie Johnson and is based in California. It was acquired by Celgene in 2009

Syntonix Pharmaceuticals

Seed Round in 2000
Syntonix discovers and develops novel, long-acting, proprietary therapeutic products using the company’s proprietary Fc-fusion proteins and other engineered ligands which bind to specific Fc receptors. These technologies, including Syntonix’ drug delivery platform technology Transceptor™, harness the body’s natural pathways for protecting antibodies against premature destruction and for transporting antibodies across cell barriers such as those in the lungs and intestines. Syntonix focuses on using these technologies to create next generation treatments for devastating chronic diseases such as hemophilia, anemia, and autoimmune disorders. Syntonix develops selected products for specialty indications, such as hemophilia, on its own. Other products will be evaluated and commercialized through partnerships with companies with established market positions. The company is headed by an experienced management team and has focused initially on using its proprietary technology to enhance existing drugs with proven safety, efficacy, and economic return. Syntonix currently occupies a 25,000 square foot state-of-the-art laboratory facility, including a cGMP clinical manufacturing suite, in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Devoted Health

Series A in 2017
Devoted Health is a new healthcare company serving seniors. Aiming to launch Medicare Advantage plans in 2019, their mission is to build a healthcare solution good enough for Mom. They will be devoted to the health and wellness of their members by helping them navigate the health care system with personal guides, by utilizing world-class technology to enable a simplified experience, and by partnering with top providers for better health outcomes.

Authentica

Series C in 2004
Authentica provides content security software for protecting and controlling business information in companies. It offers enterprise rights management solutions to control, secure, and track information. The company's products provide secure delivery, and after-delivery protection for email, electronic documents, and Web content. Authentica, Inc. was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts.
Constellation Pharmaceuticals is the first biopharmaceutical company dedicated to the development of novel therapeutics in the emerging field of Epigenetics, a new field of science which is focused on selective regulators of epigenetic function, which are critical to controlling gene expression.

VelosBio, Inc.

Series B in 2020
VelosBio, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, develops novel antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) to treat hematological cancers and solid tumors. The company develops cancer therapies targeting receptor tyrosine kinase-like orphan receptor 1 (ROR1). Its portfolio includes VLS-101, a ROR1-directed antibody-drug conjugate for patients with hematologic and solid tumor malignancies. The company was incorporated in 2017 and is headquartered in San Diego, California. As of December 18, 2020, VelosBio, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Merck & Co., Inc.

yet2.com

Venture Round in 2000
yet2.com provides intellectual property consulting and licensing services to world-class clients around the globe. Yet2.com Inc. and its online marketplace were founded in 1999 to promote Open Innovation, with original investments from Siemens, Bayer, Honeywell, DuPont, Procter & Gamble, Caterpillar, and NTT Leasing. The privately held company has offices in the United States, Europe, and Japan. The web site now has over 120,000 registered marketplace users including many of the Fortune 500 and over 16,000 smaller technology companies. In addition to its core team, yet2.com has created a wide network of Open Innovation partners covering many of the technology-rich countries around the world as well as relationships with open innovation organizations, technical expert networks, SME networks, technical magazines, online technical communities, and technology brokers. These provide market-wide access to technologies and needs in countries such as Russia, China, India, Korea, Brazil, South Africa, Japan, the US, and the EU.

Vontu

Series B in 2003
Vontu, Inc. provides data loss prevention software solutions for data at rest, in motion, and at the endpoint; and police enforcement. The company offers implementation, business advisory, training, and account management services. It provides solutions for federal agencies, financial services, healthcare, high tech, insurance, manufacturing, media and entertainment, pharmaceutical, retail, and telecommunications. The company was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California with additional offices in New York, New York; and Berkshire, the United Kingdom. As of November 30, 2007, Vontu, Inc. is a subsidiary of Symantec Corporation (NasdaqNM:SYMC)
Semtek Corporation has been a leader in magnetics technology since 1999, serving large public and private sector clients who require secure data capture components for their fixed-base and wireless devices. Since 2004, Semtek has been focused on resolving the security deficiencies of magnetic stripe based payment systems and is playing an increasingly central role in the development of end to end security architectures for merchants and payment processors.

Cyteir Therapeutics

Series C in 2021
Cyteir is developing the next generation of synthetic lethal therapies to treat cancer.Cyteir Therapeutics is creating breakthrough solutions to the major challenges facing cancer researchers today. Currently in development, is the answer to the oncology triumvirate: reducing side effects, reducing therapy resistance, inducing diseased cell self destruction.

Sequent Computer Systems Inc

Seed Round in 1983
Sequent Computer Systems designs and manufactures multiprocessing computer systems based on Cache Coherent Non-Uniform Memory Access architecture, which are used primarily as application and database servers for commercial applications. Through a partnership with Oracle Corporation, Sequent became a dominant high-end UNIX platform in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Later it introduced a next-generation high-end platform for UNIX and Windows NT based on non-uniform memory access architecture, NUMA-Q. Sequent Computer Systems, Inc. was incorporated in 1983 and is based in Beaverton, Oregon. In July 1999 Sequent Computer Systems, Inc. was acquired by International Business Machines Corp.

VeloCloud

Venture Round in 2014
VeloCloud Networks™, Inc. is the Cloud-Delivered SD-WAN™ company, a Gartner Cool Vendor, the Frost & Sullivan Product Leader in the SD-WAN Solution Market, and a Best of Interop and Best of VMworld winner. The company simplifies branch WAN networking by automating deployment and improving performance over private, broadband Internet and LTE links for today’s increasingly distributed enterprises. VeloCloud SD-WAN includes: a choice of public, private or hybrid cloud network for enterprise-grade connection to cloud and enterprise applications; branch office enterprise appliances and optional data center appliances; software-defined control and automation; and virtual services delivery.

Teranetics

Series D in 2008
Teranetics is a leading mixed-signal IC company that develops silicon products for the most advanced communication applications. The company's core development team has a strong track record of successful product development efforts in advanced communication systems and silicon. Teranetics is backed by a strong consortium of venture investors with in-depth experience and success in the semiconductor and communication markets.

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).

Teranetics

Series C in 2006
Teranetics is a leading mixed-signal IC company that develops silicon products for the most advanced communication applications. The company's core development team has a strong track record of successful product development efforts in advanced communication systems and silicon. Teranetics is backed by a strong consortium of venture investors with in-depth experience and success in the semiconductor and communication markets.

Infinera Corporation

Series A in 2001
Optical networking systems based on photonic integration technology in the united states

PerformanceRetail

Venture Round in 2004
PerformanceRetail is a provider of web-architected technologies designed to improve the efficiency and profitability of the convenience retail industry. Our global industry solution integrates the most advanced tools, software applications and business services to improve retail performance. It's the new way of thinking. The new way of working. The new measure of retail performance.

Lyra Health

Series B in 2018
Lyra helps companies improve access to effective, high-quality mental health care for their employees. Lyra's matching technology and innovative digital platform connect members to a curated network of top therapists and coaches, which results in 3x more people receiving care and 7x better outcomes than traditional plans and EAPs. Members can find the right personalized care, match with the right provider for their needs, and feel motivated and supported throughout the entire treatment journey.

Ariosa Diagnostics, Inc.

Series C in 2012
Ariosa Diagnostics, Inc. (formerly Aria Diagnostics (formerly known as Tandem Diagnostics)), a San Jose, Calif.-based molecular diagnostics company.

Kineto Wireless

Series C in 2007
Internet protocol-based services and solutions for mobile operators acquired by taqua on the 09-04-2014

New Oak

Venture Round in 1996
New Oak provides a Virtual Private Network system for secure remote corporate WAN access.

Nanosys

Series D in 2010
Nanosys, Inc. develops and delivers quantum dot technology for high definition viewing experience for the display industry. It offers Quantum Dot Concentrate material; quantum dot nanomaterials; and Quantum Dot Enhancement film to industrial supply chain partners. Its products are used in tablets, televisions, smartphones, and other consumer electronics applications. Nanosys, Inc. was incorporated in 2001 and is based in Milpitas, California.

Happier Inc.

Seed Round in 2014
Happier is inspired by scientific research showing that focusing on the positive and sharing good things with people you care about makes you happier and healthier. The Happier mobile app is a simple and beautiful way to collect happy moments you find every day, share them with close friends and family, and be inspired to do more of what makes you happier.

Princeton Lightwave

Series A in 2000
Princeton Lightwave, Inc. develops Geiger-mode LiDAR technology for detecting and processing photons digitally in real-time. Its portfolio includes GeigerCruizer, a semiconductor-based solution designed for autonomous navigation in the automotive industry; and Geiger-mode camera, a turn-key system that comprises a single-photon imaging sensor in which every pixel provides time-of-flight information with free-running operation and asynchronous timestamp readout, as well as Geiger-mode detectors and components. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Cranbury, New Jersey. Princeton Lightwave, Inc. is a former subsidiary of Sarnoff Corporation. As of October 27, 2017, Princeton Lightwave, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Argo AI, LLC.

Trubion Pharmaceuticals

Series B in 2004
Trubion Pharmaceuticals is a biopharmaceutical company creating a pipeline of product candidates to treat autoimmune disease and cancer. Our product candidates are novel proteins known as single-chain polypeptides and are designed using our SMIPTM custom drug assembly technology.
ACADIA Pharmaceuticals Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, focuses on the development and commercialization of small molecule drugs that address unmet medical needs in central nervous system disorders. The company offers NUPLAZID (pimavanserin) for the treatment of hallucinations and delusions associated with Parkinson’s disease psychosis. It is also developing pimavanserin as a treatment for dementia-related psychosis and as an adjunctive treatment for schizophrenia that are in Phase III clinical trials; and pimavanserin as an adjunctive treatment for major depressive disorder. ACADIA Pharmaceuticals Inc. was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.

Intuity Medical

Venture Round in 2012
Intuity Medical develops blood glucose monitoring systems for diabetes management. Their POGO Automatic Blood Glucose Monitoring System is the world’s first FDA-cleared automatic, one-step blood glucose meter that combines lancing, blood collection, and analysis into a single 10-test cartridge. It provides a convenient and discreet solution for millions of patients who need to regularly test their blood glucose. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.

Celladon

Series C in 2009
Celladon Corporation, a biotechnology company, develops and manufactures molecular therapies for the treatment of heart failure. Its products include SERCA2a, an enzyme that regulates calcium cycling and contractility in heart muscle cells; and MYDICAR, an enzyme replacement therapy for heart failure. Celladon was founded in 2000 and is based in La Jolla, California.

Lucid Motors Inc.

Venture Round in 2009
Lucid Motors sets out to create a car that elevates the human experience and transcends the perceived limitations of space, performance, and intelligence. A car that is intuitive, liberating, and designed for all the ways people get around. Lucid Motors plans to lead in this new era of mobility by returning to the fundamentals of great design – where every decision we make is in service of the individual. Because when you are no longer bound by convention, you are free to define your own path.

Sunesis Pharmaceuticals

Series C in 2000
Sunesis is an emerging biopharmaceutical company creating new medicines to improve the lives of people with cancer. They are building a pipeline of drugs that selectively block critical mechanisms required for tumor growth and survival. The fight against cancer is an enormous mission that requires an integrated approach fueled by a commitment to innovation.

Polaris Networks

Series A in 2000
Polaris Networks develops optical transport switching systems for metro core networks.

Shape Security, Inc.

Series E in 2018
Shape provides defense against malicious automated cyber-attacks on web and mobile applications. Shape has deflected over $1B in fraud losses for major retailers, financial institutions, airlines, and government agencies. Shape Security is headquartered in Silicon Valley and backed by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Norwest Venture Partners, Venrock, Baseline Ventures, Google Ventures, WING VC and a host of other prominent investors. Shape was founded in 2011 to disrupt automated attacks on web and mobile applications.

imperva

Series C in 2006
Imperva provides activity monitoring, real-time protection, and risk management solutions for critical business data and applications. Imperva is a leading provider of cybersecurity solutions that protect business-critical data and applications in the cloud and on-premises It was founded by Shlomo Kramer, Amichai Shulman and Mickey Boodaei in 2002 and is based in Redwood Shores, California.

TwoFish

Series B in 2008
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Haystack Labs

Seed Round in 1996
Haystack Labs provides active security for open systems by recognizing the need for dynamic, server-centric monitoring tools.

Iris Medicine

Seed Round in 2020
Iris Medicine focuses its services in the pharmaceutical and healthcare industry. The company was founded in 2019 and based in Palo Alto, California.

ZettaCom

Series A in 1999
ZettaCom, Inc. manufactures and supplies chipset solutions to core multi-service switch and router original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

Virta Health Corp.

Series A in 2017
Virta Health Corp. operates an online specialty medical clinic focusing on treatment for type 2 diabetes. It offers nutritional biochemistry, data science, and digital solutions. Virta Health Corp. was formerly known as KetoThrive Corp. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Smartling

Series D in 2014
Smartling uses technology to transform the way content is created and consumed around the world. Smartling’s solution helps brands to access new markets, more customers and greater value. The Translation Management Platform allows ambitious brands to achieve a more dominant global position. Smartling enables brands such as British Airways, InterContinental Hotels Group, Uber, AdRoll, Shinola, Spotify, Pinterest, Hasbro and SurveyMonkey to provide truly native brand experiences. Smartling is headquartered in NYC with over 100 employees.

Cygilant

Series A in 2009
Cygilant is a provider of cyber security-as-a-service to mid-sized organizations. Acting as an extension of our customers’ IT teams, Cygilant provides continuous security operations based on best-of-breed technology at a fraction of the cost of alternate solutions.

Cloudflare

Series A in 2009
Cloudflare is a computer service provider and network security company that protects and accelerates the Internet application development.

Appliant.com

Venture Round in 2000
Appliant.com is the technology leader in monitoring Web infrastructure and application performance, availability and usage, with a focus on customer experience. Founded in 1997 in Seattle, Appliant.com helps e-businesses, enterprises and service providers maximize their return on investment in Web applications and infrastructure. Provided as an ASP solution, Appliant.com's Lateral Line Network monitors and reports Internet transactions through robust, unobtrusive monitors deployed across the Internet. Using real data from real users, the service provides a customer-centric view of a company's Web site performance, availability and usage. The company is privately held.

Federation Bio

Series A in 2020
Federation Bio is pioneering new platforms that target diseases in which the human microbiome can play a curative role. The company's microbial therapy leverages naturally occurring or engineered bacteria along with a diverse community of supportive bacteria to drive engraftment and durable therapeutic responses. This approach has potential in a wide range of human conditions, from metabolic disorders and cholestatic diseases to cancer and autoimmune conditions.

Shockwave Medical

Series C in 2016
ShockWave Medical, Inc., a medical device company, develops and commercializes intravascular lithotripsy technology to treat calcified plaque in patients with peripheral vascular, coronary vascular, and heart valve diseases. The company offers M5 catheters for treating above-the-knee peripheral artery disease; C2 catheters for treating coronary artery disease; and S4 catheters for treating below-the-knee peripheral artery disease. It serves interventional cardiologists, vascular surgeons, and interventional radiologists through sales representatives and sales managers, and distributors. The company operates in the United States, Germany, rest of Europe, and internationally. ShockWave Medical, Inc. was incorporated in 2009 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.

Anchor Bay Technologies

Venture Round in 2007
Anchor Bay Technologies, Inc. designs and manufactures digital semiconductor and system-level solutions for digital television and high-definition digital video products. It offers ABT2010, a second-generation video processing chip for deinterlacing and format conversion applications; ABT1030 for standard definition deinterlacing and scaling applications; ABT1018, a second generation video scaling chip for Blu-Ray and HD-DVD player/recorder, HDTV set-top box, and AV receiver applications; and ABT1015, a third generation standard-definition and high-definition single-chip. The company also provides ABT1012, a third generation standard-definition and high-definition single-chip; ABT1010 for DVD player/recorder applications; ABT1010 Evaluation Board, a video scaling chip by OEMs and system integrators; ABT1018 Evaluation Board, a performance video scaling chip by OEMs and system integrators; ABT2010 Evaluation Board to take multiple input formats and resolutions and output scaled resolutions over HDMI; and DVDO iScan Duo, a video processor for custom integrators. In addition, it offers accessories, including HDMI to DVI swivel adapters, BNC to RCA adapters, and HDMI to HDMINA. Anchor Bay Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Campbell, California.

2Wire

Series E in 2002
2Wire is a San Jose, Calif. provider of broadband service products for companies serving consumers.2Wire is dedicated to developing integrated solutions to deliver broadband service and content throughout the home or small office. Built upon the company's core expertise and continued innovation in software and hardware, 2Wire products enable home and small business users to fully leverage the benefits of broadband. In addition, 2Wire solutions offer service providers with a flexible platform to deliver and manage feature-rich Internet, telephony, entertainment, and other enhanced broadband application services
CymaBay Therapeutics is a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company located in the San Francisco Bay Area focused on the development and commercialization of proprietary new medicines for important human diseases. We are committed to developing breakthrough medicines that improve the lives of patients and their families. CymaBay was seeded with the assets from an earlier metabolic disease company in which more than $120M was invested to produce a robust pipeline. Arhalofenate is a novel oral small molecule being developed to treat the approximately 1 million gout patients that flare three or more times per year. Gout flares are painful inflammatory episodes caused by crystals of monosodium urate (MSU) that result from excess serum uric acid (sUA). In three Phase 2 studies in gout patients arhalofenate was shown to reduce the incidence and duration of flares while simultaneously lowering sUA. If confirmed in additional clinical studies, arhalofenate’s dual acting profile would be unique since all other urate lowering therapies paradoxically increase flares as they lower sUA over the first 6 to 12 months of treatment. Increased flares lead many patients to stop or avoid treatment leading to progression of disease with pain and suffering, erosion of joint structure and functionality, lost time from work, and increased healthcare costs.

Hyper9

Series B in 2009
Hyper9, Inc. provides virtualization management solutions. It offers virtual infrastructure search and analytics solutions, which includes consolidated view, environment monitoring, analytics, and collaboration. Hyper9, Inc. was formerly known as InovaWave, Inc. and changed its name in February 2006. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Austin, Texas.

IMlogic

Series C in 2004
IMlogic, Inc. provides enterprise software for instant messaging within the financial services, energy, healthcare, government, media, telecommunications, technology, consumer products, and manufacturing industries. The company’s solutions enable users to secure, deploy, and leverage IM and presence technology for real-time business communications.

OptiMight Communications

Series B in 2000
OptiMight Communications Inc. manufactures telecommunications equipments. It offers Coherence Division Multiplexing (CDM) optical telecommunications and networking systems.

ZoomInfo

Series A in 2004
ZoomInfo’s Growth Acceleration Platform provides access to more direct dials and email addresses than any other B2B contact provider. Even better, because verified professional and business profiles come fully loaded with detailed information about prospects, including web mentions, employment history, and direct access to colleagues, you can engage ideal buyer personas and accounts in a more meaningful way. For over 15 years, ZoomInfo has used its diverse portfolio of proprietary technology, community of 300,000+ users, and third-party integrations to collect, organize, validate, and publish the most comprehensive directory of business data in the marketplace.

Inscripta, Inc

Series C in 2018
Inscripta, Inc. operates as a gene editing technology company. The company engages in developing CRISPR enzymes (MADzymes) for precision gene editing. Inscripta, Inc. was formerly known as Muse Biotechnology, Inc. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Boulder, Colorado. It has additional offices in Pleasanton and San Diego, California.

CTERA Networks

Series B in 2012
CTERA enables enterprise IT to provide secure file services from any cloud. Trusted by the Fortune 100 and leading service providers, the CTERA Enterprise File Services Platform is a private cloud IT-as-a-Service platform for storing, syncing, sharing, protecting and governing data across endpoints, remote offices and servers. CTERA was founded by IT security experts in 2008, and is backed by Benchmark Capital, Bessemer Venture Partners, Venrock, Cisco, and Vintage Investment Partners.

PowerVision, Inc.

Series D in 2014
As of March 13, 2019, PowerVision, Inc. was acquired by Alcon Laboratories, Inc. PowerVision, Inc. develops fluid-controlled intraocular lens. It offers FluidVision accommodating intraocular lens technology, which restores the vision of youth to middle aged or elderly individuals affected by presbyopia and/or cataracts. The company was incorporated in 2002 and is based in Belmont, California.

Cyteir Therapeutics

Series B in 2018
Cyteir is developing the next generation of synthetic lethal therapies to treat cancer.Cyteir Therapeutics is creating breakthrough solutions to the major challenges facing cancer researchers today. Currently in development, is the answer to the oncology triumvirate: reducing side effects, reducing therapy resistance, inducing diseased cell self destruction.

Cerulean Pharma

Series A in 2007
Cerulean Pharma Inc. is a privately-held biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of novel nanotechnology-based therapeutics in the areas of oncology, cardiovascular, autoimmune and inflammatory diseases. The Company has assembled a world-class management team, board of directors and scientific advisory board that collectively have a significant track record of business building, product development and scientific breakthroughs from companies and institutions such as Cubist, GlaxoSmithKline, Merck, Millennium Pharmaceuticals, Inc., Pfizer, Wyeth, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard Medical School, MD Anderson, Fox Chase Cancer Center and the Arizona Health Center.

ExtendMedia

Venture Round in 2008
ExtendMedia provides software and media services that enable content providers and distributors to quickly and securely create, deliver, manage & monetize online content offerings over many devices. Their flagship product, OpenCASE, is a trusted foundation on which providers are building their digital media businesses. ExtendMedia has over 16 years of experience working closely with the world's most successful and innovative communications and media companies. Their in-depth knowledge has been built into OpenCASE: an open architecture for integration with existing systems; features for skillful automation of even the largest content delivery systems to increase efficiency; and support for flexible business models.

SmartBiz, Inc.

Series C in 2013
SmartBiz, Inc., doing business as SmartBiz Loans, develops and operates an online lending platform for applying and processing small business loans. Its platform allows banks to offer small business credit products; and businesses to access low-cost funds. The company offers online software that systematizes and automates small business loan underwriting and origination, including application management, document capture with real-time notifications, automated underwriting, decisioning, online file audit, and closing. Further, the company provides banks with services, including marketing, operational, compliance, and bottom line functionalities. The company caters to commercial real estate, debt refinance, and working capital sectors. The company was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. SmartBiz, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Better Finance, Inc.

Retail Solutions Inc.

Series A in 2004
Retail Solutions Inc. develops a cloud-based data transformation software for consumer packaged goods (CPG) manufacturers and retailers. It offers solutions for CPG manufactures, such as business intelligence and reporting, on shelf availability and reporting, data and demand signal management, go to market and in store activities, drive Omni channel success, professional service group, shopper marketing analytics, and data and demand signal management. The company also offers solution for retailers, such as scorecards, professional service group, drive Omni channel success, on shelf availability and alerting, and OSA360 from RSi and crossmark. Retail Solutions Inc. was formerly known as The Tag Tracking Company, Inc. and changed its name to Retail Solutions Inc. in December 2007. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in San Jose, California. As of October 8, 2020, Retail Solutions Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Information Resources, Inc.

Stride Health, Inc.

Series A in 2015
Stride Health, Inc. operates a health benefits platform that allows independent workers and part-time employees to select and enroll in affordable health coverage. It offers dental plans, drive plans, and doctor and prescription insurance plans. The company serves customers in the United States. Stride Health, Inc. was formerly known as Covered, Inc. and changed its name to Stride Health, Inc. in March 2013. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Acceleron Pharma

Venture Round in 2010
Biopharmaceutical company engaged in developing, manufacturing and commercializing novel biotherapeutics

Dynamic Signal

Series B in 2012
Dynamic Signal Inc. develops an employee advocacy platform for organizations. Its employee advocacy program help organizes to increase sales and awareness, reduce operational costs, and improve employee engagement. Dynamic Signal Inc. was formerly known as Influentials.net, Inc. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in San Bruno, California.

Inscripta, Inc

Series C in 2018
Inscripta, Inc. operates as a gene editing technology company. The company engages in developing CRISPR enzymes (MADzymes) for precision gene editing. Inscripta, Inc. was formerly known as Muse Biotechnology, Inc. The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Boulder, Colorado. It has additional offices in Pleasanton and San Diego, California.

Mable

Seed Round in 2019
Mable develops an online wholesale platform for retailers and distributors to find and buy products. It includes brands, such as Black Dinah Chocolatiers, Brave Coffee & Tea, Coastal Craft Kombucha, Crown Maple, Eddie's Bakery, Loco Coffee, Real Food Bar, and STOKES Firestarters. The company is based in Boston, Massachusetts.

Boston Power

Series D in 2009
Boston-Power has developed the Sonata technology platform, which is a battery they say charges faster, lasts longer, performs better and is safer than what's currently on the market. The technology will be used in many consumer electronic devices including laptops, PDAs and mobile phones. In January of 2008, Boston-Power announced a new partnership with Chinese battery manufacturer GP Batteries to step up production of Sonata batteries.

Workframe

Series B in 2018
Workframe is the only workflow optimization solution purpose-built for the commercial real estate (CRE) industry. Our intuitive, web-based software application helps large corporate tenants, landlords, brokers and service providers gain unprecedented visibility into their workflow, and presents them with actionable data that can be leveraged to drive efficiency and cost savings. 

Apollo Computer

Seed Round in 1980
Apollo Computer develops and markets workstation class computers and instruments. In 1996 the company ceased to exist after its employees were relocated, or offered other jobs within the HP family. Apollo would be later merged into the workstations group located in Colorado. The company is based in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.

Doctor on Demand, Inc.

Series B in 2015
Doctor On Demand is a video telemedicine company, offering on-demand and scheduled visits with US-licensed healthcare providers via any smartphone, tablet, or computer. It focuses on providing solutions for employers, health plans, retail clinics, and health systems. With solutions for employers, health plans, retail clinics, and health systems, Doctor On Demand is redefining the industry with top-rated customer experience, highest clinical standards, and implementation and customer success directors, as well as 24/7 customer support. The company was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Amphora Discovery

Series D in 2005
Amphora Discovery Corporation operates as a biotechnology company. It provides integrated services to the pharmaceutical industry. The company's products and services include in vitro assay protocols, in vitro throughput screening and compound profiling services, custom assay development, enzymology services, and lead discovery/lead optimization partnering programs. It offers drug discovery contract research services, HTS, profiling and lead generation, and lead optimization solutions. The company serves pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical companies, emerging biotechnology companies, and research foundations. Amphora Discovery Corporation was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Durham, North Carolina. As of July 2008, Amphora Discovery Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Nanosyn Inc.

Xenoport

Series C in 2004
XenoPort, Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and commercializing a portfolio of internally discovered product candidates for the potential treatment of neurological disorders. Horizant® (gabapentin enacarbil) Extended-Release Tablets is approved and being marketed in the United States by XenoPort. Regnite® (gabapentin enacarbil) Extended-Release Tablets is approved and being marketed in Japan by Astellas Pharma Inc. XenoPort holds all other world-wide rights to gabapentin enacarbil. XenoPort's pipeline of product candidates includes potential treatments for patients with Parkinson's disease, relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis and psoriasis.

Spirox

Series C in 2016
Spirox is a California-based medical device company improving the quality of life for patients suffering from nasal obstruction. They are formerly known as Nasoform. Their first product, the LATERA absorbable nasal implant is designed to address one of the most common, yet undertreated, causes of nasal obstruction today, nasal valve collapse (NVC). The company intends to use the funds to complete development, seek US marketing authorization, and initiate product commercialization. Spirox was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Menlo Park, California.

Infinera Corporation

Series E in 2004
Optical networking systems based on photonic integration technology in the united states

SmartBiz, Inc.

Seed Round in 2009
SmartBiz, Inc., doing business as SmartBiz Loans, develops and operates an online lending platform for applying and processing small business loans. Its platform allows banks to offer small business credit products; and businesses to access low-cost funds. The company offers online software that systematizes and automates small business loan underwriting and origination, including application management, document capture with real-time notifications, automated underwriting, decisioning, online file audit, and closing. Further, the company provides banks with services, including marketing, operational, compliance, and bottom line functionalities. The company caters to commercial real estate, debt refinance, and working capital sectors. The company was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. SmartBiz, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Better Finance, Inc.

Ungermann-Bass

Seed Round in 1981
Ungermann Bass designed, manufactured, marketed and serviced enterprise-wide data communications systems.

Beckon, Inc.

Venture Round in 2016
Beckon, Inc. provides omnichannel analytics software for marketers. It provides performance analytics, visualization, and reporting solutions. The company’s software-as-a-service platform integrates marketing data and delivers dashboards and scorecards for cross-channel marketing intelligence. Beckon, Inc. was founded in 2011 and is based in San Mateo, California. As of November 19, 2018, Beckon, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Aclate, Inc..

INRIX

Series C in 2007
INRIX, Inc. offers real-time, historical, and predictive traffic information solutions. It offers services, such as INRIX Connected Services, a suite of content services providing navigation OEMs and location-based service application developers with private label and go-to-market solutions for in-vehicle, PND, wireless phone, and other connected devices; INRIX Total Fusion, a traffic data service that combines real-time, predictive, and historical traffic information; INRIX Real-Time Flow that helps to develop real-time traffic data and traffic speed maps; and INRIX Nationwide Traffic Alerts that provides real-time congestion alerts for freeways, highways, and arterials. The company also provides INRIX Real-Time Incidents that provides real-time reporting of traffic incidents, including accidents, construction, and events, such as sports games. In addition, it offers traffic information technology for arterials, city streets, and secondary roads. The company offers solutions for automotive, Internet, mobile, portable navigation devices, transportation and logistics, and public sectors. Inrix, Inc. has strategic partnerships with ARC Transistance, Clear Channel, deCarta, Microsoft, OPIS, Tele Atlas, TNO, and ITIS Holdings, PLC. INRIX, Inc. was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Kirkland, Washington.

Atrenta

Venture Round in 2006
Atrenta’s SpyGlass Predictive Analysis software platform significantly improves design efficiency for the world’s leading semiconductor and consumer electronics companies. Patented solutions provide early design insight into the demanding performance, power and area requirements of the complex system on chips (SoCs) fueling today’s consumer electronics revolution. More than two hundred companies and thousands of design engineers worldwide rely on SpyGlass to reduce risk and cost before traditional EDA tools are deployed. SpyGlass functions like an interactive guidance system for design engineers and managers, finding the fastest and least expensive path to implementation for complex SoCs. SpyGlass from Atrenta: Insight. Efficiency. Confidence.

TAE Technologies, Inc.

Series C in 2005
TAE Technologies is leveraging proprietary science and engineering to tackle the world’s biggest challenges. Their core mission is to create a new source of clean energy – one that’s powered by nature’s own processes and produces no harmful byproducts. Their groundbreaking work has led to industry-wide advances in accelerator and plasma physics, and acted as a catalyst for adjacent innovations based on their results. With 20 years of focused research, TAE Technologies is on a purposeful path to commercial fusion energy and pioneering sustainable solutions for a better tomorrow.

DataPower Technology

Seed Round in 2002
DataPower Technology offers solutions for processing extensible mark-up language (XML) that provides a format for structuring data. It offers XML Generation Three, a technology for processing XML in wire speed XML network devices that enable high-speed applications and XML Web services. The company provides XML-aware network devices that address the performance, security, and manageability. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Well

Venture Round in 2012
Well helps you collect and share the things you want to do. Experience a new kind of list: beautiful, social, and fun. _Get Suggestions From Friends_ — On Well your friends suggest ideas to your lists. Planning your next road trip, picking the perfect movie or finding the best sushi in town all just got a little easier. _Get inspired & motivated_ — Explore popular lists to discover what others are doing. New places to visit, books to read, wines to try and more await you. _Relist interesting items_ — Just because you didn't think of it first, doesn't mean you don't want to do it. Relist any item to quickly copy it to one of your lists.

NovaCare Rehabilitation

Venture Round in 1987
NovaCare Rehabilitation is an physical therapy service provider.

Achaogen

Series D in 2013
Achaogen is a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery and development of broad-spectrum antibiotics to treat multi-drug resistant bacterial infections. The company's most advanced drug candidate, ACHN-490, has demonstrated a positive safety and dosing profile in Phase 1 clinical testing and displayed broad spectrum efficacy in preclinical studies against systemic infections caused by multi-drug resistant (MDR) Gram-negative bacteria (e.g., E. coli, K. pneumoniae, and P. aeruginosa) and MRSA. In addition, the company is pursuing preclinical programs in several other areas of interest to combat the global emergence of bacterial resistance.

Sapphire Energy, Inc.

Series C in 2012
Sapphire Energy, Inc., a venture capital backed company, produces renewable solutions from algae. It uses sunlight, CO2, non-potable water, non-arable land, nutrients, and novel strains of algae in outdoor ponds to produce biomass that can then be converted into high-value oils, aquaculture and animal feeds, fuels, and other valuable products. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in San Diego, California. It has a research and development facility in Las Cruces, New Mexico; and an integrated algal bio refinery in Columbus, New Mexico.

Sugen, Inc.

Pre Seed Round in 1991
Sugen is a biotechnology company that specializes in target-driven drug discovery and development for novel development-stage cancer therapies. It develops new therapeutic approaches to various diseases through its development of small molecule inhibitors that regulate particular signaling pathways. Sugen owns three anti-cancer drugs in clinical development, including novel cytostatic agents and angiogenesis inhibitors. In addition to its current focus in oncology, Sugen is applying its technology platform to identify and validate novel targets for a range of potential clinical applications.

Trumaker, Inc.

Seed Round in 2012
Trumaker is a new kind of men's apparel brand where every guy gets a stylist. Trumaker makes high quality clothing that fits by designing a full made-to-measure and off-the-rack line. Outfitters (Stylists) provide a local personalized experience where they provide style guidance, collect customer measurements, and preferences - making re-ordering online simple without concern for fit. Once a client gets fitted, reordering online or through the guidance of their Outfitter is easy.

Aha

Series A in 2008
Aha Mobile is a connected back-end platform that provides relevant location-based information to drivers. It makes drivers smarter by keeping them informed about the world around them. Aha Mobile was launched in 2008 in Palo Alto, California.

Spotlight Solutions

Venture Round in 2001
Spotlight Solutions, Inc., Cincinnati, OH, provides business optimization software for retailers and apparel manufacturers. Spotlight's applications help retailers to make better decisions by applying proven mathematical models to complex business problems.

Digit Wireless

Series D in 2008
Digit Wireless, operates as a user interface innovation company. It offers Fastap keypad technology solutions that enable to discover, access, and use messaging, mobile data, and voice services. The company licenses its technology to mobile manufacturers and operators. Digit Wireless, Inc. was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts with additional offices in Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, London, and Seoul.

Athena Neurosciences

Venture Round in 1986
Athena Neurosciences is focused on the research and development of therapeutic products for neurological diseases. Athena Neurosciences was founded by Larry Bock and Lawrence Fritz.

Phononic, Inc.

Series A in 2009
Phononic is a growth stage, semiconductor hardware company commercializing solid-state heat pumps and fully integrated systems that displace compressors, heat sinks, and fans for electronics cooling; residential and commercial refrigeration; and climate control. The company’s disruptive approach combines high-performance solid-state heat pumps integrated into a manufacturing-friendly systems architecture that realizes products that are smart, sustainable, and solid state-driven.

Canesta

Venture Round in 2007
Canesta is the inventor of revolutionary, low-cost electronic perception technology that is the foundation for the "other side of 3-D" – true 3-D perception as input to everyday devices, rather than the widely-understood 3-D representational technologies as output. Canesta's 3-D input technology, based upon tiny, CMOS 3-D imaging chips or "sensors", enables fine-grained, 3-dimensional depth-perception in virtually any kind of consumer device such as PCs, TVs, game consoles, and mobile phones, as well as automotive, industrial, and other products. Such products can then react on sight to the actions or motions of individuals and objects in their field of view, gaining levels of functionality and ease of use that were simply not possible in an era when such devices were blind. Numerous applications are under active development by Canesta's OEM customers and partners, including consumer electronics, PC, TV, building automation, security, robotics, automotive, and others. Such customers and partners include Hitachi, Honda, Optex, Optronic, Quanta, SMSC, and others which have yet to be announced. Canesta is located in Sunnyvale, CA. The company has filed in excess of fifty patents, 40 of which have been granted so far The company was founded in 1999 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

Ikaria

Series A in 2005
Ikaria develop and deliver innovative therapeutics and interventions to meet the significant needs of critically ill patients. It is our aim to be an indispensable partner to clinicians, providing help and critically caring just when patients need it the most.

Healinx

Series D in 2001
Healinx is a unique medical relationship management application service provider (ASP). Our mission is to increase communication and the satisfaction level between patients and their doctors, while enhancing physician practice efficiency and profitability. By providing a Web-based channel that links patients directly to their personal doctors, Healinx allows patients to communicate with their doctors or access their medical information anytime -- from anywhere. In addition, patients can receive personalized health information from their doctors. The Healinx customized Internet messaging enables doctors and patients to communicate online with state of the art security and privacy. In addition, the Healinx channel includes a set of tools for electronic prescriptions and preventive care.

Shopflick

Series A in 2008
Shopflick is an online video-shopping marketplace that enables sellers to tell the story behind their products, creating an immersive customer experience. Shopflick features unique merchandise from independent designers, boutiques and manufacturers as well as those with a celebrity following. Shopflick Studios works with filmmakers from around the country to create video about our sellers and their products, as well as passion-driven shows about trends, fashion and style. Shopflick is a fast-growing, venture-backed company led by top executives from News Corp, eBay and Fox Interactive.

Kineto Wireless

Series B in 2003
Internet protocol-based services and solutions for mobile operators acquired by taqua on the 09-04-2014

Qpass

Series B in 2002
Qpass is a U.S.-based software provider that specializes in managing the full cycle of activities for business systems and value-added data services for wireless carriers and network operators. Its offering includes content partner relationships, authentication, transaction management, access control, billing, settlement and customer care. Founded in 1997, Qpass started out as a Web payment service in which the Qpass servers contained the digital wallet information necessary to complete purchases. It was the first company to host a full e-commerce system shared by participating merchants that appeared to be part of the merchant's own site. In 2004, the company acquired Dublin-based Altamedius, a well known European payment provider, in order to be able to offer this service to its mobile commerce clientele. In 2006, Qpass was acquired by Amdocs Ltd.

Onex Communications

Series B in 2000
The global telecommunications marketplace has become increasingly competitive due to privatization and deregulation. As communications providers seek ways to compete more effectively and better leverage their infrastructure investments, additional pressure is brought to bear on telecom equipment vendors. The ability to deliver switching and transmission solutions that offer service providers increased flexibility and improved economics is the key to equipment providers’ success. ONEX Communications enables service providers to achieve service agility by providing telecom equipment vendors with the industry’s first System Silicon. ONEX Communications’ System Silicon gives established telecom equipment vendors the flexible migration path necessary for enabling existing products to support next-generation requirements. ONEX’s System Silicon also allows emerging telecom vendors to develop cutting edge carrier systems. System Silicon provides integrated switching, routing and transmission on silicon. Telecom equipment vendors realize unparalleled benefits by a reduction in cost, power, and space requirements to one tenth of existing piece-part solutions. Additionally, by enabling universal line cards and switch fabrics, ONEX Communications’ System Silicon reduces cost and system design complexity for its equipment vendor customers. Service providers also benefit with decreased operational costs and simplified provisioning. By implementing convergence at the component level, ONEX Communications’ System Silicon delivers dramatically improved design and development flexibility for telecom systems vendors. Accordingly, telecom systems vendors leveraging ONEX Communications System Silicon can deliver significant benefits to their service provider customers. For example, by enabling universal line cards and universal switching fabrics, service providers benefit from simplified provisioning, decreased inventory costs and flexible service migration for customers. ONEX Communications was honored with the prestigious "private company to watch" designation by the investment banking firm Robertson Stephens in its 2001 report on the Communications Semiconductor industry. IBM also selected ONEX Communications as the charter member of its "Rising Star" partner program. ONEX Communications is headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts, within the heart of Massachusetts’ telecommunications corridor. ONEX Communications distributes its products through a direct sales force, and via a relationship with TranSwitch Corporation. Recognizing the importance of providing innovative, best in class solutions, ONEX Communications partners with industry leading businesses including IBM, Tensilica, WindRiver and others.

Intuity Medical

Series D in 2010
Intuity Medical develops blood glucose monitoring systems for diabetes management. Their POGO Automatic Blood Glucose Monitoring System is the world’s first FDA-cleared automatic, one-step blood glucose meter that combines lancing, blood collection, and analysis into a single 10-test cartridge. It provides a convenient and discreet solution for millions of patients who need to regularly test their blood glucose. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.
Olema Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, focuses on the discovery, development, and commercialization of therapies for women’s cancers. Its lead program is OP-1250, an estrogen receptor (ER) antagonist and a selective ER degrader, which is in Phase 1/2 clinical trial for the treatment of metastatic or locally advanced, ER-positive, and human epidermal growth factor receptor 2-negative breast cancer. The company was formerly known as CombiThera, Inc. and changed its name to Olema Pharmaceuticals, Inc. in March 2009. Olema Pharmaceuticals, Inc. was incorporated in 2006 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Aledade

Series B in 2015
Aledade, Inc. provides services to primary care physicians to form and operate accountable care organizations (ACO) in the United States. It offers primary care providers access to data analytics, user-friendly guided workflows, regulatory expertise, payer relationships, and local support from attentive experts. The company also provides 360° practice support, workflow optimization, ACO governance, policy expertise, and contracting support services. It serves small practices, large practices, FQHCS/community health centers, and multispecialty groups. Aledade, Inc. was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Bethesda, Maryland.

Transonic Combustion

Series C in 2009
Founded in 2006, Transonic Combustion's TSCi™ fuel injection systems provide global automotive manufacturers with high efficiency fuel delivery technology for their modern engine platforms. The company is backed by Venrock, Khosla Ventures, Rustic Canyon, and Saints Capital. Transonic Combustion is headquartered in Camarillo, Calif.

Transonic Combustion

Series D in 2012
Founded in 2006, Transonic Combustion's TSCi™ fuel injection systems provide global automotive manufacturers with high efficiency fuel delivery technology for their modern engine platforms. The company is backed by Venrock, Khosla Ventures, Rustic Canyon, and Saints Capital. Transonic Combustion is headquartered in Camarillo, Calif.

Unity Biotechnology, Inc.

Series B in 2017
Unity Biotechnology designs therapeutics that prevent, halt, and reverse various diseases of aging. The company focuses on clearing senescent cells; and designs senolytic medicines. Its medicines target vulnerabilities unique to senescent cells to clear those cells from the human body while leaving normal cells unaffected.

Shape Security, Inc.

Series D in 2016
Shape provides defense against malicious automated cyber-attacks on web and mobile applications. Shape has deflected over $1B in fraud losses for major retailers, financial institutions, airlines, and government agencies. Shape Security is headquartered in Silicon Valley and backed by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Norwest Venture Partners, Venrock, Baseline Ventures, Google Ventures, WING VC and a host of other prominent investors. Shape was founded in 2011 to disrupt automated attacks on web and mobile applications.

Microbia

Series F in 2007
Microbia an industrial biotechnology company, engages in the development, production, and commercialization of specialty ingredients and biomaterials utilizing fermentation technology. Its products include carotenoids, specialty ingredients, biopolymers, and other biomaterials. The company has a strategic alliance with Tate & Lyle Investments, Ltd. to develop and commercialize fermentation-derived renewable ingredients.

Cloudflare

Series C in 2013
Cloudflare is a computer service provider and network security company that protects and accelerates the Internet application development.

Smartling

Series A in 2010
Smartling uses technology to transform the way content is created and consumed around the world. Smartling’s solution helps brands to access new markets, more customers and greater value. The Translation Management Platform allows ambitious brands to achieve a more dominant global position. Smartling enables brands such as British Airways, InterContinental Hotels Group, Uber, AdRoll, Shinola, Spotify, Pinterest, Hasbro and SurveyMonkey to provide truly native brand experiences. Smartling is headquartered in NYC with over 100 employees.

Awarepoint Corporation

Series D in 2008
Awarepoint Corporation provides a cloud-based real-time locating system that delivers to track locations. The company offers analytical tools to transform real-time location data into operational intelligence; and managed services that include analysis, configuration, installation, validation, and training. It also provides a Temperature Monitoring System that enables medical facilities to maintain compliance to CDC Vaccines for Children program guidelines and ensure that vaccines are monitored within the recommended temperature range. The company serves clients in healthcare, manufacturing, retail, and other industries. Awarepoint Corporation was formerly known as NeverLost Networks, Inc. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in San Diego, California.

Unity Biotechnology, Inc.

Series A in 2015
Unity Biotechnology designs therapeutics that prevent, halt, and reverse various diseases of aging. The company focuses on clearing senescent cells; and designs senolytic medicines. Its medicines target vulnerabilities unique to senescent cells to clear those cells from the human body while leaving normal cells unaffected.

Gilead Sciences

Seed Round in 1988
Gilead Sciences, is a research-based biopharmaceutical company that discovers, develops and commercializes innovative medicines in areas of unmet need. With each new discovery and experimental drug candidate, they seek to improve the care of patients suffering from life-threatening diseases. Gilead's primary areas of focus include HIV/AIDS, liver disease and serious cardiovascular and respiratory conditions.

Dollar Shave Club

Series A in 2012
Dollar Shave Club is a lifestyle brand and e-commerce company that invents and delivers smart, affordable products to make lives easier. Through an exclusive R&D process that includes botanicals and chemists, the company makes all its own products at affordable prices. Dollar Shave Club was founded in 2012 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Where

Series C in 2007
Where, LLC., a PayPal service also known as PayPal Media Network, is North America's leading location based media company. With over 4 million active users, the WHERE consumer application helps users discover, save and share local places by delivering relevant information and money-saving special offers from local merchants that are meaningful, and are delivered where and when they want them. WHERE is a top-ranked application on all mobile platforms and carriers. WHERE Ads, the largest mobile ad network with 100% geotargetable inventory in North America, connects merchants with nearby consumers who have expressed interest in their products. WHERE Ads delivers over 1 billion hyper-local ads monthly to over 100 publishers.

Intarcia Therapeutics

Series D in 2003
Intarcia Therapeutics is a biopharmaceutical company that develops therapies for diseases that require long-term chronic treatment. It offers DUROS, a drug delivery platform that stabilizes and delivers therapeutic proteins and peptides. Intarcia Therapeutics' products include OMEGA DUROS, an interferon delivery device for treating Hepatitis C and ITCA 650, a delivery device that provides type 2 diabetes patients with long-term steady state dosing of an incretin mimetic therapy. Additionally, it develops programs for treating obesity. David Franklin, James M. Ahlers, and Thomas Alessi founded BioMedicines in 1997 that became Intarcia Therapeutics in September 2004. Its headquarters is in Hayward in California with an additional office in Mountain View in California.

Lyra Health

Seed Round in 2015
Lyra helps companies improve access to effective, high-quality mental health care for their employees. Lyra's matching technology and innovative digital platform connect members to a curated network of top therapists and coaches, which results in 3x more people receiving care and 7x better outcomes than traditional plans and EAPs. Members can find the right personalized care, match with the right provider for their needs, and feel motivated and supported throughout the entire treatment journey.

XConnect Global Networks

Series A in 2007
XConnect is the world's leading provider of next generation interconnection services driving the adoption of IP based multimedia communications. Powered by their award winning ENUM registry and IPX hub technology, XConnect enables our customers to capitalise on their network and technology investments through the delivery of IP voice, video and unified communications (UC) across disparate networks and platforms. Head quartered in London with offices and facilities in the USA, EMEA and Asia, XConnect's extensive customer base spans more than 70 countries. Customers include major carriers, service providers, Unified Communications, and Video Conferencing providers.

Juno Therapeutics

Series A in 2014
Juno is a clinical-stage company that brings together three of the world’s leading cancer centers – Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center and Seattle Children’s Research Institute – in unique partnership to advance a broad pipeline of breakthrough immunotherapies. With one of the largest ever Series A investments for a biotech startup, Juno will build on the foundation of novel immunotherapies to develop two distinct and complementary platforms – CARs and TCRs.

Digex

Seed Round in 1995
Digex provides Web, application, and enterprise managed hosting services for enterprises. Its services include server management, application support, managed networking services, and customer care and support services. It also provides IT services, such as enhanced security, database services, high-availability and application optimization services, stress testing, and consulting services. Digex is focused on industries such as financial services, insurance, media and entertainment, manufacturing, retail, technology, communications, healthcare, and travel and hospitality. It was founded in 1991 and is based in Laurel, Maryland. Digex is currently operating as a subsidiary of Verizon Business Global LLC.

Autonomic Networks

Series C in 2002
Network access control products for network security and compliance

AVEO Pharmaceuticals

Series C in 2005
AVEO is a late-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery and development of targeted cancer therapeutics. AVEO's proprietary, integrated cancer biology platform enables the company to pursue highly efficient drug development strategies in oncology that increase the probability of clinical success and provides a discovery engine for high-value targets and therapies. This approach has resulted in a balanced pipeline of novel cancer therapies focused on well-validated targets (VEGFR, EGFR) and promising novel targets (HGF, FGFR, ErbB3 and NOTCH), as well as collaborations with Eli Lilly, Merck, OSI Pharmaceuticals, Schering-Plough and Biogen Idec.

INRIX

Series A in 2005
INRIX, Inc. offers real-time, historical, and predictive traffic information solutions. It offers services, such as INRIX Connected Services, a suite of content services providing navigation OEMs and location-based service application developers with private label and go-to-market solutions for in-vehicle, PND, wireless phone, and other connected devices; INRIX Total Fusion, a traffic data service that combines real-time, predictive, and historical traffic information; INRIX Real-Time Flow that helps to develop real-time traffic data and traffic speed maps; and INRIX Nationwide Traffic Alerts that provides real-time congestion alerts for freeways, highways, and arterials. The company also provides INRIX Real-Time Incidents that provides real-time reporting of traffic incidents, including accidents, construction, and events, such as sports games. In addition, it offers traffic information technology for arterials, city streets, and secondary roads. The company offers solutions for automotive, Internet, mobile, portable navigation devices, transportation and logistics, and public sectors. Inrix, Inc. has strategic partnerships with ARC Transistance, Clear Channel, deCarta, Microsoft, OPIS, Tele Atlas, TNO, and ITIS Holdings, PLC. INRIX, Inc. was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Kirkland, Washington.
QuatRx Pharmaceuticals Company, a biopharmaceutical company, engages in discovering, licensing, developing, and commercializing compounds in the areas of endocrine, metabolic, and cardiovascular therapeutics. Its products include Osphena for the treatment for vaginal atrophy, a common problem associated with estrogen deficiency in post-menopausal women. QuatRx Pharmaceuticals Company was founded in 2000 and is based in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Luxe

Series A in 2015
Luxe is building a logistics platform that will drive the next generation of local real time services, beginning with parking. The free Luxe app, available on iPhone, transforms parking from a necessary evil to a daily highlight. With a veteran team of leaders from Zynga, Tesla, Google, Yahoo and Groupon, a fleet of prescreened, friendly valets, dozens of insured and secure indoor parking lots and a sophisticated technology platform that monitors every step of the process from drop-off to pick-up, Luxe is leading the charge on a new industry of on demand services that addresses a ubiquitous urban challenge: parking.

Aria Systems, Inc.

Series D in 2013
Proven by the world's most demanding enterprises, including AAA NCNU, Constant Contact, Falck, Hootsuite, Pitney Bowes, Audi, Adobe, Telekom Denmark, Philips, Roku, and VMware, Aria helps enterprises grow their recurring revenue businesses. Aria helps clients take advantage of each customer-driven event − known as revenue moments − with agile billing, active customer engagement, and the rapid development of new products and services. With Aria's end-to-end active monetization platform, global brands can get to market faster with a wider variety of products and services, while maximizing customer satisfaction, retention, and lifetime value.

Accelight Networks

Venture Round in 2001
AcceLight Networks has unleashed a new class of intelligent optical core aggregation - Photonic Service Switching (PSS). The innovative solutions provided by the PhotoniX family provides switched services to the installed wavelength core, which enables massive scalability with new revenue opportunities.
Evans and Sutherland develops and distributes fulldome shows for its clients. The company produces Digistar, a range of projectors, 3D stereos, production systems, and giant screen theatres. It features Domecasting that enables its users to broadcast live dome presentations to other D6 theatres. Evans and Sutherland was founded in 1968 by Ivan Sutherland and is based in Utah.

Gazelle, Inc.

Series E in 2014
Gazelle is an e-commerce platform for buying and selling used electronic gadgets. They pay cash for used smartphones, tablets, laptops, and desktops and then inspect, certify them, and sell them to consumers looking for a cost-effective way to stay connected. The company was founded in 2006 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts with operations in Louisville, Kentucky.

ApaceWave Technologies

Series A in 2006
ApaceWave Technologies is a leader in the development of baseband processors for the global WiMAX industry. Based in Silicon Valley, Calif., and founded by industry veterans with extensive experience in transforming technology innovations into market-share leading products, ApaceWave Technologies is developing next-generation mobile broadband solutions based on the IEEE 802.16e / WiMAX standards.

DATAllegro

Series D in 2008
DATAllegro is an integrated data warehousing provider.

AMSC

Seed Round in 1988
AMSC offers an array of proprietary technologies and solutions spanning the electric power infrastructure – from generation to delivery to end use. Skills include alternative energy, providing proven, megawatt-scale wind turbine designs and electrical control systems. The company also offers a number of Smart Grid technologies for power grid operators that enhance the reliability, efficiency and capacity of the grid, and integrate renewable energy sources into the power infrastructure. These include superconductor power cable systems, grid-level surge protectors and power electronics-based voltage stabilization systems. AMSC ’s technologies are protected by a broad and deep intellectual property portfolio consisting of hundreds of patents and licenses worldwide. AMSC is the world's principal vendor of high temperature superconductor wire and large rotating superconductor machinery and a world-leading supplier of dynamic reactive power grid stabilization products. AMSC's HTS wire and power electronic converters are at the core of a broad range of new electricity transmission and distribution, transportation and industrial processing applications. The company is headquartered in Devens, Massachusetts, USA.

Intarcia Therapeutics

Debt Financing in 2012
Intarcia Therapeutics is a biopharmaceutical company that develops therapies for diseases that require long-term chronic treatment. It offers DUROS, a drug delivery platform that stabilizes and delivers therapeutic proteins and peptides. Intarcia Therapeutics' products include OMEGA DUROS, an interferon delivery device for treating Hepatitis C and ITCA 650, a delivery device that provides type 2 diabetes patients with long-term steady state dosing of an incretin mimetic therapy. Additionally, it develops programs for treating obesity. David Franklin, James M. Ahlers, and Thomas Alessi founded BioMedicines in 1997 that became Intarcia Therapeutics in September 2004. Its headquarters is in Hayward in California with an additional office in Mountain View in California.

Virta Health Corp.

Series B in 2018
Virta Health Corp. operates an online specialty medical clinic focusing on treatment for type 2 diabetes. It offers nutritional biochemistry, data science, and digital solutions. Virta Health Corp. was formerly known as KetoThrive Corp. The company was founded in 2014 and is based in San Francisco, California.

GENBAND

Series B in 2000
GENBAND is a global supplier of IP gateways, session border controllers and FMC security solutions. These high-performance, high-security gateway solutions are at the center of fixed and mobile networks around the globe, evolving, securing and improving communications networks.

Pathwork Diagnostics

Venture Round in 2006
Pathwork Diagnostics is based in Redwood City, California. The company develops and delivers innovative molecular diagnostics for oncology. The Pathwork Tissue of Origin Test for frozen tissue was the first to receive FDA clearance for a microarray-based gene expression test that aids in identifying challenging tumors, including poorly differentiated, undifferentiated, and metastic cancer.

Hyper9

Series B in 2007
Hyper9, Inc. provides virtualization management solutions. It offers virtual infrastructure search and analytics solutions, which includes consolidated view, environment monitoring, analytics, and collaboration. Hyper9, Inc. was formerly known as InovaWave, Inc. and changed its name in February 2006. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Austin, Texas.

Dasher

Seed Round in 2014
Dasher is a Messaging app company. Dasher is a chat app that’s all about features. The app has live location sharing, map sharing, GIFs, photos, the ability to poll your group of friends with yes-or-no questions, and the ability to delete messages after they’ve been sent. It also offers peer-to-peer payments through an integration with Venmo, a beta feature it launched months before Facebook Messenger announced payments.

ImpoPharma

Venture Round in 2013
Impopharma offers comprehensive drug product formulation and process development, as well as wide-ranging analytical testing services to the pharmaceutical industry, specializing in nasal and pulmonary drug products.