Oak Investment Partners

As a multi-stage venture capital firm, Oak focuses on high-growth opportunities in the Information Technology, Internet and Consumer, Financial Services Technology, Healthcare Information and Services, and Clean Energy sectors. Our goal is to help dynamic companies transform the way business is done.
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403 past transactions

Independent Living Systems

Venture Round in 2012
Independent Living Systems (ILS) is a health-services company that delivers turn-key solutions to millions of America’s frail, special needs, and aging population. In partnership with health plans, providers, hospitals, and community-based organizations, ILS provides managed care services aimed at improving health outcomes and reducing costs. The company’s integrated offering, powered by an award winning technology platform, provides assistance at every stage of care including personalized care management. The ILS management team draws on decades of experience in all facets of the healthcare industry. This knowledge is combined with a passion for innovation to restructure the healthcare delivery system in a way that enables efficient, cost-effective, and personalized care. Our passion and innovation was recognized by Computerworld when they named ILS a 2013 Laureate for visionary applications of information technology promoting positive social, economic, and educational change. Modern Healthcare also recognized ILS in 2013 as the 10th fastest growing healthcare company in the nation. The company features a full continuum of services that enable individuals to successfully transition through the critical stages of episodic and long-term care.

Evident Software

Series B in 2004
Evident Software's IT Service Intelligence platform helps drive IT value. Our software makes IT usage, costs and their business drivers evident, so our clients can manage IT as an investment. Evident's global reach and patented technology is helping some of the world's largest organizations, including IBM, Fidelity Investments, and British Telecommunications, measure and communicate the business value of IT.

SMIC

Series C in 2003
Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC) is a semiconductor foundry providing integrated circuit (IC) foundry and technology services at 0.35-micron to 40-nanometer. SMIC develops one-stop turnkey services to meet its customers’ needs. In addition to IC manufacturing, SMIC offers a full range of services that includes design services, mask manufacturing, and testing. SMIC provides integrated circuit (IC) foundry and technology services on process nodes from 0.35 micron to 28 nanometer. Headquartered in Shanghai, China, SMIC has an international manufacturing and service base. In China, SMIC has a 300mm wafer fabrication facility (fab) and a 200mm mega-fab in Shanghai; a 300mm mega-fab and a majority-owned 300mm fab for advanced nodes in Beijing; 200mm fabs in Tianjin and Shenzhen; and a majority-owned joint-venture 300mm bumping facility in Jiangyin; additionally, in Italy SMIC has a majority-owned 200mm fab. Headquartered in Shanghai, China, SMIC has a 300mm wafer fabrication facility (fab) and a 200mm mega-fab in Shanghai, a 300mm mega-fab in Beijing, a 200mm fab in Tianjin, and a 200mm fab project under development in Shenzhen. SMIC also has customer service and marketing offices in the U.S., Europe, Japan, and Taiwan, and a representative office in Hong Kong. SMIC competes with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Ltd., United Microelectronics Corporation, GlobalFoundries, Fujitsu Limited, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., and Toshiba Corporation.

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.

Potbelly Sandwich Works

Private Equity Round in 2006
Potbelly Sandwich Shops are in more than 270 neighborhoods around the country, people can order online or come into any shop focused on offering a neighborhood feel.

Psychiatric Solutions

Series A in 2003
Psychiatric Solutions, Inc. provides inpatient behavioral health care services in the United States. The company offers its services for children, adolescents, and adults through acute inpatient behavioral health care facilities and residential treatment centers. Its services include 24-hour nursing observation and care, daily interventions and oversight by a psychiatrist, and coordinated treatment by a physician-led team of mental health professionals. The company also provides contract management and a managed care plan, which involve the development, organization, and management of behavioral health care and rehabilitation programs within medical/surgical hospitals. As of December 31, 2009, it owned and leased 94 inpatient behavioral health care facilities with approximately 11,000 beds in 32 states, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The company was founded in 1988 and is based in Franklin, Tennessee. As of November 15, 2010, Psychiatric Solutions, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Universal Health Services Inc.

Centric Software, Inc.

Series B in 2008
Centric Software provides a Digital Transformation Platform for the most prestigious names in fashion, retail, footwear, luxury, outdoor and consumer goods. Centric Visual Innovation Platform (VIP) is a visual, fully digital collection of boards for touch-based devices like iPad, iPhone and large-scale, touch-screen televisions. Centric VIP transforms decision making and automates execution to truly collapse time to market and distance to trend. Centric’s flagship product lifecycle management (PLM) platform, Centric 8, delivers enterprise-class merchandise planning, product development, sourcing, business planning, quality, and collection management functionality tailored for fast-moving consumer industries. Centric SMB packages extended PLM including innovative technology and key industry learnings tailored for small businesses. Centric Software has received multiple industry awards, including the Frost & Sullivan Global Product Differentiation Excellence Award in Retail, Fashion, and Apparel PLM in 2016 and Frost & Sullivan’s Global Retail, Fashion, and Apparel PLM Product Differentiation Excellence Award in 2012. Red Herring named Centric to its Top 100 Global list in 2013, 2015, and 2016.

Qtera Corporation

Series B in 1999
Qtera Corporation develops photonic transport systems for telecommunication service providers. The company caters to both new IP-based carriers and long distance carriers. Qtera Corporation was founded by Fahri Diner in 1988 and is based in Boca Raton, Florida.

Tengion

Series C in 2008
Tengion, a clinical-stage biotechnology company, is a leader in developing neo-organs and neo-tissues, currently derived from a patient's own (autologous) cells. The Company has completed two Phase 2 human clinical trial in the United States with its Tengion Neo-Bladder Augment for children with neurogenic bladder due to spina bifida and in adults with neurogenic bladder due to spinal cord injury. A successful academic human clinical experience with a urinary Neo-Bladder Augment was reported in The Lancet in April 2006 by investigators from the Children's Hospital Boston. Tengion has an effective investigational new drug application (IND) for its Neo-Urinary Conduit and expects to begin a Phase 1 clinical trial in the first half of 2010 in bladder cancer patients requiring bladder removal.

Gshopper

Series A in 2012
Gshopper operates a cross-border e-commerce platform to sells various products. Its product categories include electronics, cosmetics, health, kids, and outdoor. The company is based in Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong.

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.

Keep Holdings, Inc.

Debt Financing in 2015
Keep Holdings offers products focusing on advertising, commercial email, and e-commerce to enhance the link between consumers and brands. The company's products empower consumers and brands to better connect and engage. Keep Holdings' suite of services focuses on commercial email and e-commerce with an emphasis on how the social web can bring brands and consumers together in new productive ways.

Rioport

Series A in 1999
RioPort build its integrated digital audio platform for the delivery, management and playback of music and spoken audio content.

ValueClick

Series A in 2004
ValueClick is an integrated online marketing companies. They deliver scalable solutions for advertisers to cost-effectively acquire customers and for publishers to maximize their revenue.

PropertyFirst.com

Series B in 1999
PropertyFirst.com is an online marketplace for the commercial real estate industry. It is based in Mumbai, Maharashtra.

Qpixel Technology

Series B in 2006
Qpixel Technology operates as a fabless semiconductor company which provides video compression silicon and software solutions. It develops audio/video compression silicon solutions for digital consumer electronics devices, such as digital cameras and camcorders, set top boxes/PVRs/DVRs and remote monitoring devices, and IP video communications devices. The company's product suite includes standard and high definition codecs with on-chip audio DSP; and design kit, including boards, firmware, and design files for original equipment manufacturer time-to-production. Qpixel Technology, Inc. was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Cupertino, California with engineering and sales offices in Taiwan and Japan.

Photobucket

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

CoVi Technologies

Venture Round in 2006
CoVi Technologies provides security solutions for businesses, governments, and individuals. The company's solutions are used to safeguard valuable assets, deter crime, monitor facilities, respond to security issues, and provide evidentiary material. It develops and manufactures high-definition video surveillance systems. The company offers high definition sensor based products, including high definition cameras, distributed media managers/recorders, and crystal high definition surveillance system software, as well as varifocal and monofocal lenses. It also serves gaming, banking, education, and retail industries. CoVi Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas with an additional office in Henley-on-Thames, the United Kingdom.

Good Technology

Venture Round in 2005
Good Technology Corporation provides secure mobility solutions for enterprises and governments worldwide. It offers a suite of collaboration applications, such as Good Launcher, a mobile desktop solution for business, Good Work, a mobile workforce for business-class e-mail and collaboration, Good Access, a browser that allows users to access the corporate Intranets and Web applications, and Good Share, a solution that enables mobile business users to access, download, and share documents. It was founded in 1996 and headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.

Rioport

Series B in 2000
RioPort build its integrated digital audio platform for the delivery, management and playback of music and spoken audio content.

Airspan Networks

Post in 2021
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.

Univa Corporation

Venture Round in 2005
Univa is the innovator of workload management solutions that optimize throughput and performance of applications, containers and services. Univa manages workloads automatically by maximizing shared resources and enabling enterprises to scale compute resources across on-premise, hybrid and cloud infrastructures. Univa's solutions help hundreds of companies to manage thousands of applications and run billions of tasks every day to obtain actionable insights and achieve faster time-to-results. Univa is headquartered in Chicago, USA, with offices in Canada and Germany.

United Messaging

Series C in 2000
United Messaging, Inc. provides enterprise messaging solutions that deliver hosted e-mail and collaboration services to business enterprises internationally. It provides electronic messaging network, consulting, and mailgration services, as well as hosted Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes/Domino, and Internet Messaging applications. United Messaging, Inc. was founded in 1999 and is based in Malvern, Pennsylvania with additional offices in West Chester, Pennsylvania; and London, England. It has a network operations center in Malvern, Pennsylvania, as well as engineering facilities in Chantilly, Virginia.

Good Technology

Series G in 2004
Good Technology Corporation provides secure mobility solutions for enterprises and governments worldwide. It offers a suite of collaboration applications, such as Good Launcher, a mobile desktop solution for business, Good Work, a mobile workforce for business-class e-mail and collaboration, Good Access, a browser that allows users to access the corporate Intranets and Web applications, and Good Share, a solution that enables mobile business users to access, download, and share documents. It was founded in 1996 and headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.

MobiTV

Venture Round in 2017
MobiTV delivers live and on-demand video to any screen, connecting media reliably and securely anytime, anywhere, on any device. The company’s end-to-end platform delivers a true TV everywhere experience that helps service providers reduce time to market and control costs associated with the deployment and operation of high concurrency, multiple platform services. MobiTV’s connected media solutions solve the complexity of delivering video across networks, operating systems, and devices while managing associated rights. The company efficiently optimizes for network conditions to deliver multiscreen media services that center on empowering the viewer. MobiTV’s connected media solutions are tailored for IPTV operators, as well as mobile TV and over-the-top customers including AT&T, Deutsche Telekom, Sprint, T-Mobile, TELUS, US Cellular, and Verizon among others.

Solarflare Communications

Venture Round in 2016
Solarflare Communications is a computer networking company that specializes in providing neural-class networks, technologies for ultra-scale, and software-defined. It also provides a comprehensive, integrated set of technologies for distributed, ultra-scale, software-defined datacenters. It was founded in 2001 and headquartered in Irvine, California.

ReliOn

Series B in 2004
ReliOn is the world leader in the development and marketing of modular, cartridge-based, proton exchange membrane fuel cell technology. Currently, they are marketing a range of stationary fuel cells for emergency and backup power requirements, uninterruptible power supplies, digital power needs and a variety of off grid power requirements. ReliOn serves private and public entities as diverse as telecommunications, energy, transportation, and government. Their PEM fuel cells are commercially available today. They have sold and delivered more than 1,900kW of fuel cells in the U.S. and abroad, and count among their customers major telecommunications providers, government communication sites and utilities.

Spring Tide

Series C in 2000
Spring Tide is a Texas-based computer hardware company.

eStyle

Series C in 2000
eStyle operates BabyStyle, a platform that provides online and offline retail locations for baby products.

CommQuest Services

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

Tellium

Venture Round in 2000
Tellium delivers high-speed, high-capacity, intelligent optical solutions that empower service providers around the world to create, run, control, simplify and optimize their networks. First in the world to provide in-service, intelligent optical switches, Tellium's Aurora Optical Switch™ family and the StarNet Software Suite™ together offer service providers a simple and cost-effective migration path to next-generation public networks.

Captura Software

Venture Round in 2000
Captura to provide large companies with comprehensive solutions and services for managing their costs and decreasing processing costs

InterSurvey

Series D in 2002
InterSurvey.com, create and match great domain platforms like the survey platform with talented people, applications and resources to build successful, value driven, web-based businesses quickly.

Leaf Group

Series B in 2006
Leaf Group Ltd. (NYSE:LFGR) is a diversified Internet company that builds platforms across its marketplace (Society6, Saatchi Art, The Other Art Fair, Deny Designs) and media (Livestrong.com, eHow, Hunker, Sapling, Techwalla, LeafTV) properties to enable communities of creators to reach passionate audiences in large and growing lifestyle categories. In addition, Leaf Group’s content studio and diverse advertising offerings help brands and publishers find innovative ways to engage with their customers. For more information about Leaf Group, visit www.leafgroup.com.

Kineto Wireless

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

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.

DueDil Limited

Debt Financing in 2019
DueDil Limited owns and operates an online platform that combines sources of company information to enable other companies make data-informed decisions. It offers a unified platform to provide companies with better information about other businesses to contextualize and navigate the relationships between sets of data. The company also offers CBILS Eligibility and Endpoint assessment for businesses for Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) and the Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CLBILS). The company's solution enables its users to find, verify, manage, monitor, and connect business relationships. Its solution is used by various teams, such as sales, marketing, research, procurement, compliance, and credit risk. DueDil Limited was formerly known as Bantr Ltd. and changed its name to DueDil Limited in October 2010. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in London, United Kingdom.

Attivio, Inc.

Series E in 2016
Attivio puts search at the core of every enterprise. We efficiently help our customers uncover truths and surface insights that transform productivity, create greater customer intimacy, and decrease risk. Fortune 1000 companies use Attivio to deliver answers and insights into Customer Support, Unified Digital Workplace, and Risk Avoidance scenarios across their organization.  By easily integrating every data source into one always-learning, machine learning-based search platform, Attivio enables enterprises to answer the most complex questions, by providing immediate insight across all information, at a fraction of the cost of other solutions. For more information, please visit www.attivio.com.
Cogent Communications Group, Inc. is a facilities-based provider of Internet access and Internet Protocol (IP) communications services. Its network is specifically designed and optimized to transmit data using IP. The Company delivers its services primarily to small and medium-sized businesses, communications service providers and other organizations through approximately 21,300 customer connections in North America and Europe. The Company provides its own on-net service at a speed of 100 Megabits per second through its own facilities. Its customers in multi-tenant office buildings are law firms, financial services firms, advertising and marketing firms and other professional services businesses. It also provide on-net Internet access to certain bandwidth-intensive users, such as universities, other Internet service providers (ISPs) and commercial content providers at speeds of up to ten Gigabits per second.

FRS

Venture Round in 2012
The FRS Company, LLC manufactures and markets dietary supplements. The company offers drinks, concentrates, powders, and soft chews in various flavors to athletes, fitness buffs, and other champions in the United States. It serves customers through its stores, as well as via online. The FRS Company, LLC was formerly known as New Sun Nutrition LLC and changed its name to The FRS Company, LLC in July 2007. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in San Mateo, California with stores in the United States.

BONDS.COM

Venture Round in 2011
Bonds.com Group, Inc.'s wholly-owned subsidiary Bonds.com Inc. ("BCI"), a FINRA registered Broker Dealer and ATS, offers access to live liquidity and execution through its web based electronic BondsPRO platform. BondsPRO provides professional traders over 70,000 live prices (with 65 million price updates daily) on 10,000 different issues from over 300 contributing counterparties. BondsPRO posts live, anonymous, and executable orders on a single bond or list basis, and permits price negotiation. Its all-to-all connectivity allows supply to meet demand, thereby increasing efficiency and reducing spread. BCI is a neutral counterparty to all trades, acting as a riskless principal.

SNAPin Software

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

Business Engine

Series D in 2002
As of February 8, 2007, Business Engine, Inc. was acquired by PlanView, Inc. Business Engine, Inc. offers portfolio management solutions for information technology (IT), and research and development companies. It offers solutions for IT planning and control, such as project portfolio management, IT financial management, application portfolio management, and business process management; new product development; and program management systems that integrate technical performance requirements, resource planning, and schedules. Its products include Business Engine Network, a Web-based environment for corporate planning, financial control, and project execution; and Planview Micro-Frame Program Manager, which is a project management solution that enables organizations to estimate the proposal or program baselines out-of-the-box proposals, baseline, forecast, resource, and government reports. The company, through its consulting partners, offers strategic planning, process improvement, transition management, technology enablement, project management, system integration, and application implementation services. In addition, it provides operating systems, databases, applications, and software development tools. The company serves aerospace and defense, financial service, manufacturing and telecommunications, pharmaceutical and healthcare, and retail industries. It has strategic partnership with UGS Corp. The company was formerly known as Micro-Frame Technologies, Inc. and it changed its name to Business Engine, Inc. in October, 1998. Business Engine, Inc. was founded in 1985 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Talisma

Venture Round in 2003
Talisma has been a global provider of dynamic customer relationship management (CRM) products and services to recognized leaders in finance, banking, education, technology, telecommunications, and other industries. From the automation of sales and marketing, to customer portals and support, helpdesk and analytics, the company's offerings help organizations integrate multiple channels of communication and build successful, long-term relationships with customers and constituents.

Aurora Biofuels

Venture Round in 2011
Aurora Biofuels is now Aurora Algae. Please update your settings to follow Aurora Algae. Aurora Algae is a producer of high-performance, premium algae-based products for the pharmaceutical, nutrition, aquaculture and fuels markets. The company has developed the industry’s first commercial-scale photosynthetic platform for sustainable, algae-based product development. Aurora Algae’s proprietary algae strains and production process uses arid land, seawater and captured carbon pollution from industrial emitters resulting in more capitally efficient and more environmentally sustainable algae farming. Aurora Algae enables its customers and partners to improve the diversity and sustainability of their product portfolios, while addressing consumer demand for natural products.

Qsent

Series B in 2002
Qsent offers contact and identity management services for various businesses. Its contact identity services source updated contact data from publicly available Telco-based contact listing records to provide contact information used in the resolution and verification of identity. The company is headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon.

Wonga

Series C in 2011
Short term loans, mainly for consumers

DueDil Limited

Series C in 2018
DueDil Limited owns and operates an online platform that combines sources of company information to enable other companies make data-informed decisions. It offers a unified platform to provide companies with better information about other businesses to contextualize and navigate the relationships between sets of data. The company also offers CBILS Eligibility and Endpoint assessment for businesses for Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) and the Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CLBILS). The company's solution enables its users to find, verify, manage, monitor, and connect business relationships. Its solution is used by various teams, such as sales, marketing, research, procurement, compliance, and credit risk. DueDil Limited was formerly known as Bantr Ltd. and changed its name to DueDil Limited in October 2010. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in London, United Kingdom.

SmartDrive Inc.

Series E in 2009
SmartDrive Inc. develops vehicle tracking and big data analytics solutions. The company offers data platform, which provides data about vehicle management, usage management, route optimization, accident, safe driving analysis, real time vehicle management services through GPS, dangerous area mapping etc. The company also offers devices such OBD and car charger. Additionally, the company offers DriveOn, an iPhone application and base hardware that promotes safe driving. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Shinagawa-ku, Japan.

Stretch

Series B in 2008
Stretch, Inc., a fabless semiconductor company, designs, develops, and supplies software configurable processors and development tools for compute-intensive applications. Its products include channel DVR add-in cards; channel capture cards; and DVR capture cards that provide video and audio capture, real-time display, and hardware compression features for DVR designers. The company also offers Stretch IDE, which provides an intuitive development flow, and focuses on programming and system configuration, as well as integrates compiler, debugger, assembler, profiler, linker, and editor tools under an intuitive graphical interface; Stretch reference design kits that are designed for the customers to evaluate a reference design and start the preliminary design of their own products; and Intelligent Encoder software development kit, a video processing and compression solution, which is optimized for the Stretch family of software configurable processors. Its products are used in security and surveillance, broadcast video, wireless communication, and industrial imaging applications. Stretch, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Sunnyvale, California with additional offices in Tokyo, Japan; and Krefeld, Germany.

Thrive Global

Series A in 2016
Thrive Global Holdings, Inc. provides behavior change programs. It offers a behavior change platform that combines data, stories, and actionable Microsteps. The company was incorporated in 2016 and is headquartered in New York, New York with an additional office in San Francisco, California.

Oberon Media

Venture Round in 2006
Oberon Media is the world's leading multi-platform casual-games company, with expertise in the PC, online, mobile and interactive TV categories. The Oberon Game Center platform is the industry standard and has been adopted by some of the world's innovative corporations including Microsoft, Comcast, Sprint, Verizon, Electronic Arts, France Telecom and NHN. The platform combines casual-game content, merchandizing and features to fulfill each partner's specific needs. Oberon Media is unique because they create integrated casual gaming solutions to support brand and users. Oberon Media's flagship online property is [I-play Games](http://www.iplay.com)

Fiber Optic Network Solutions (FONS)

Series B in 2001
Fiber Optic Network Solutions (FONS) Corporation is a manufacturer of passive optical components and interconnect solutions. FONS' portfolio of products includes fused technology based optical components and packaged modules including splitters, taps and filter-based DWDMs. The company's broad, vertically integrated product line also includes traditional fiber optic connectivity hardware and components such as cable assemblies, connectors, enclosures, pre-wired enclosures and frames.

Cereva Networks

Series E in 2001
Cereva Networks was a victim of swiftly shrinking corporate IT budgets. The company failed to meet the demand for a start-up large-scale, storage systems. Resulted in abruptly shutting down and laid off 140 employees.

Staccato Communications

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

FreshBooks

Series B in 2017
FreshBooks is the #1 accounting software in the cloud designed exclusively for service-based small business owners and independent professionals. The company has helped more than 10 million people worldwide process billions of dollars with its ridiculously easy-to-use invoicing, time tracking, expense management features. Recognized with eight Stevie awards for best customer service in the world, the company’s mantra is to “execute extraordinary experiences everyday.” Based in Toronto, Canada, FreshBooks serves paying customers in 160 countries.

Linux Networx

Series C in 2006
As of February 14, 2008, Linux Networx, Inc. was acquired by Silicon Graphics Inc. Linux Networx, Inc. provides Linux-based high performance computing (HPC) solutions. It architects, delivers, and supports HPC cluster solutions. The company's HPC solutions include compute, storage, and visualization solutions. It offers Clusterworx Advanced, a cluster management software, which enables administrators to install, manage, and monitor heterogeneous clusters. The company also provides technical services, such as batch scheduling implementations, application optimization, security implementations, and application configuration and tuning. It serves companies in aerospace, automotive, government, heavy equipment, academic, life sciences, heavy manufacturing, and oil and gas sectors. Linux Networx, Inc. was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Bluffdale, Utah.

Tengion

Series A in 2005
Tengion, a clinical-stage biotechnology company, is a leader in developing neo-organs and neo-tissues, currently derived from a patient's own (autologous) cells. The Company has completed two Phase 2 human clinical trial in the United States with its Tengion Neo-Bladder Augment for children with neurogenic bladder due to spina bifida and in adults with neurogenic bladder due to spinal cord injury. A successful academic human clinical experience with a urinary Neo-Bladder Augment was reported in The Lancet in April 2006 by investigators from the Children's Hospital Boston. Tengion has an effective investigational new drug application (IND) for its Neo-Urinary Conduit and expects to begin a Phase 1 clinical trial in the first half of 2010 in bladder cancer patients requiring bladder removal.

Qsent

Series A in 2000
Qsent offers contact and identity management services for various businesses. Its contact identity services source updated contact data from publicly available Telco-based contact listing records to provide contact information used in the resolution and verification of identity. The company is headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon.

F&S Healthcare Services

Venture Round in 2007
Franklin & Seidelmann Subspecialty Radiology (F&S) is a leading, national full-service subspecialty teleradiology provider serving imaging centers, physician practices, radiology groups and hospitals. F&S provides high quality, clinically specific, detailed reports and consultation services that meet the needs of orthopedists, neurosurgeons, neurologists, spine surgeons, internists, rheumatologists, and podiatrists, among others that make up the tens of thousands of physicians who rely on strong academic and subspecialty expertise.

Trapeze Networks

Series C in 2005
NonStop Wireless Trapeze solutions provide the highest levels of reliability, performance, security and management for today's most demanding mobile applications, including data, voice, video, and real-time location services. Trapeze is committed to delivering the most scalable, fault-tolerant WLAN infrastructure and solutions for the enterprise market.

Resonext Communications

Series C in 2002
Resonext is a provider of integrated silicon complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) wireless local area network (WLAN) solutions for 802.11a and multiband (802.11a/b/g) platforms primarily in the United States.

SmartDrive Inc.

Venture Round in 2012
SmartDrive Inc. develops vehicle tracking and big data analytics solutions. The company offers data platform, which provides data about vehicle management, usage management, route optimization, accident, safe driving analysis, real time vehicle management services through GPS, dangerous area mapping etc. The company also offers devices such OBD and car charger. Additionally, the company offers DriveOn, an iPhone application and base hardware that promotes safe driving. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Shinagawa-ku, Japan.

NowThis

Series D in 2015
NowThis Media, Inc. produces short video news clips for social and mobile audiences. It produces daily video updates for Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, Vine, YouTube, Android, and Apple applications; and the mobile Web. NowThis Media, Inc. was formerly known as PlanetDaily Network, Inc. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in New York, New York.

Soapstone Networks

Series B in 1998
Soapstone Networks (formerly Avici Systems) developer of Terabit Switch/Router technology aimed at providing the next generation of high performance, IP-based routers to carriers and Internet Service Providers worldwide. Soapstone Networks got liquidated in 2009 July.

NextNav, LLC

Series D in 2014
NextNav operates a platform intended to offer indoor location services and applications. Its platform offers location-enabling technology with carrier-grade reliability for use in buildings and urban areas where satellite-based geographical positioning service signals cannot reach, enabling clients to avail urban and indoor positioning for public safety and commercial applications.

CoVi Technologies

Series A in 2007
CoVi Technologies provides security solutions for businesses, governments, and individuals. The company's solutions are used to safeguard valuable assets, deter crime, monitor facilities, respond to security issues, and provide evidentiary material. It develops and manufactures high-definition video surveillance systems. The company offers high definition sensor based products, including high definition cameras, distributed media managers/recorders, and crystal high definition surveillance system software, as well as varifocal and monofocal lenses. It also serves gaming, banking, education, and retail industries. CoVi Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas with an additional office in Henley-on-Thames, the United Kingdom.

nLIGHT

Series D in 2009
nLight Photonics is developing high performance optical components that enable an increase in optical fiber bandwidth to meet demands created by the Internet. Focused on fiber optic communication systems, nLight is using its proprietary technology to reduce the need for signal regeneration and increase overall system bandwidth.

iMarket

Funding Round in 1997
iMarket is an online platform that develops B2B sales and marketing analysis tools for its users.

SNAPin Software

Series A in 2004
SNAPin Software, Inc. develops self-service software for mobile devices. The company's handset-based SelfService product suite repairs critical device and network settings, such as those required for roaming, messaging, or data networking. The SelfService product suite includes SelfService Campaign, which delivers interactive promotions and context-sensitive offers based on device usage; SelfService Care, which intercepts and resolves three out of four calls to customer care; SelfService Configure delivers an operator branded experience on mobile phones by installing and managing a custom set of applications and media elements on expanded memory SIM cards; and SelfService Server, which enables operators to centrally manage all facets of their subscribers' experience with SNAPin's handset-based products, such as SelfService Campaign and SelfService Care. SNAPin Software, Inc. was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington with offices in London, the United Kingdom. As of October 1, 2008, SNAPin Software, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Nuance Communications, Inc.

Internap

Venture Round in 1999
Internap is the high-performance Internet infrastructure provider that powers the applications shaping the way we live, work and play. Their hybrid infrastructure delivers performance without compromise – blending virtual and bare-metal cloud, hosting and colocation services across a global network of data centers, optimized from the application to the end user and backed by rock-solid customer support and a 100% uptime guarantee. Since 1996, the most innovative companies have relied on Internap to make their applications faster and more scalable.

Plastic Logic Germany

Venture Round in 2011
Plastic Logic Germany leads the way in developing, manufacturing and commercializing flexible displays. The company has successfully industrialized the manufacturing process in its facility, the world’s first commercial, volume, organic electronics factory. Using a stable and proven licensed technology transistor platform, the company manufactures a range of high-quality, flexible plastic displays. These shatterproof, daylight-readable displays are ultra-thin, ultra-lightweight and very low-power, offering huge advantages over conventional screens as they are extremely robust with proven lifetimes. Plastic Logic Germany also runs an open pilot line for flexible electronics. Third party companies are invited to benefit from the company’s years of experience in the industrialization and manufacture of flexible electronics. Plastic Logic Germany’s customers include OEMs and electronics manufacturers for signage and logistics, mobile electronic devices, smart-cards, wearables and more. For more information, please visit www.plasticlogic.com.

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.

GreenVolts

Series B in 2008
According to Forbes.com article on 9/12/12 - "...a major investor abruptly withdrew financial support for the company. 'A sudden, and unexpected, change in direction from a major strategic investor has affected GreenVolts’ access to funding,' the company said Wednesday in a statement, referring to ABB, the Swiss power and automation giant. 'The impact was at the last minute and so severe that GreenVolts cannot continue normal operation and has reduced its workforce to a small team to provide customer support and engage other options, including working with potential buyers of the system, technology and IP.' " _____ GreenVolts has taken an integrated systems approach to development of complete Concentrating Photovoltaic (CPV) solutions that combines: •State-of-the-art proprietary highly concentrating optics •¢High precision, low profile, two-axis solar tracking •Intelligent power and control systems •On-board, real time, high resolution performance monitoring This unique integrated systems approach will achieve industry leading energy productivity and low overall Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE). The high energy density of GreenVolts’ CPV system enables low cost power production that can be deployed close to load, further increasing the real value of the energy generated.

Boston Power

Series E in 2010
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.

B5M.COM

Series B in 2013
B5M, “help me buy” in Chinese, is the most comprehensive, accurate, and unbiased Chinese shopping search portal across multiple vertical categories. It offers hundreds of millions of business-to-consumer products, product and merchant reviews, group-buy deals, discount products, and shopping-related web articles, and it’s innovative shopping community features help Chinese consumers make informed purchasing decisions. B5M, founded in 2007, is headquartered in Shanghai with offices in Beijing, Hangzhou, and Seoul. The company also provides e-commerce search and recommendation engines to e-commerce sites to create a better user experience and higher conversion rates. B5M operates its own advertisement network to deliver hundreds of millions of clicks daily from hundreds of premier media sites as well as B5M.com to thousands of E-commerce websites and other advertisers. The company has raised Series A round of $7M, led by Oak Investment Partners, in Feb 2012, and Series B round of $16M, led by ClearVue Partners, in Apr 2013. The company has over 8M UV a day and 60M PV a day through the company’s website, browser plugin, and mobile apps, and the traffic continues to rapidly increase.

Lavastorm

Series B in 2000
Lavastorm powers enterprises-grade business applications with agile analytics to help businesses gain a competitive advantage by unlocking the potential of their data. It’s collaborative solution empowers businesses to quickly, easily and accurately build analytical applications at scale, across multiple, disparate data sources. Lavastorm is the only solution that combines data preparation with robust analytics for augmenting data-centric applications with integrated automation and governance. This innovative approach enables IT, data experts and business-process-owners to extract, prepare, and analyze data from disparate sources and deliver these applications to end users

PharMEDium Healthcare

Private Equity Round in 2007
PharMEDium Healthcare is focused on customized pharmacy sterile compounding for hospital intravenous and epidural therapies. It provides compounding services for Calcium Chloride, Esmolol, Fentanyl, Methadone, and more. PharMEDium Healthcare was acquired by AmerisourceBergen Corporation in October 2015. PharMEDium Healthcare was founded in 2003 and is based in Lake Forest, Illinois.

NxtWave Communications

Series B in 1999
NxtWave Communications Inc. designs and markets broadband, error-free video and data communications integrated circuits.

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.

Harbor Payments

Venture Round in 2005
Harbor Payments, Inc. provides enterprise invoice, billing, and payments management solutions for the enterprises. It offers Payment Harbor, a Web-based payment processing platform, which provides centralized concurrent management of various disbursement activities and payment systems; Invoice Harbor that streamlines the process of invoice receipt, handling, presentment, and payment processing; and Billing Harbor, which provides electronic bill presentment and payment solution that allows clients to view and pay their bills online, schedule recurring or automatic payments, and receive their billing data. The company sells its products through its direct sales force and distribution alliances. Harbor Payments, Inc. was formerly known as CyberStarts, Inc. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia with additional offices in the United States. It has operations in San Antonio, Texas, as well as a technology center in Bangalore, India. As of December 31, 2006, Harbor Payments, Inc. is a subsidiary of American Express Company.

DueDil Limited

Series B in 2016
DueDil Limited owns and operates an online platform that combines sources of company information to enable other companies make data-informed decisions. It offers a unified platform to provide companies with better information about other businesses to contextualize and navigate the relationships between sets of data. The company also offers CBILS Eligibility and Endpoint assessment for businesses for Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) and the Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CLBILS). The company's solution enables its users to find, verify, manage, monitor, and connect business relationships. Its solution is used by various teams, such as sales, marketing, research, procurement, compliance, and credit risk. DueDil Limited was formerly known as Bantr Ltd. and changed its name to DueDil Limited in October 2010. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in London, United Kingdom.

Scale Eight

Series D in 2002
Scale Eight is an internet company. It offers virtually limitless storage capacity, allowing companies to grow their online offerings. Scale Eight delivers file storage solutions technology through its global storage service and in a family of network-attached storage products. Scale Eight was founded by Josh Coates and is located in San Francisco, California.

Business Engine

Venture Round in 2005
As of February 8, 2007, Business Engine, Inc. was acquired by PlanView, Inc. Business Engine, Inc. offers portfolio management solutions for information technology (IT), and research and development companies. It offers solutions for IT planning and control, such as project portfolio management, IT financial management, application portfolio management, and business process management; new product development; and program management systems that integrate technical performance requirements, resource planning, and schedules. Its products include Business Engine Network, a Web-based environment for corporate planning, financial control, and project execution; and Planview Micro-Frame Program Manager, which is a project management solution that enables organizations to estimate the proposal or program baselines out-of-the-box proposals, baseline, forecast, resource, and government reports. The company, through its consulting partners, offers strategic planning, process improvement, transition management, technology enablement, project management, system integration, and application implementation services. In addition, it provides operating systems, databases, applications, and software development tools. The company serves aerospace and defense, financial service, manufacturing and telecommunications, pharmaceutical and healthcare, and retail industries. It has strategic partnership with UGS Corp. The company was formerly known as Micro-Frame Technologies, Inc. and it changed its name to Business Engine, Inc. in October, 1998. Business Engine, Inc. was founded in 1985 and is based in San Francisco, California.

SunSun Lighting

Series B in 2012
SunSun Lighting is an innovative company involved in R&D, manufacturing and popularization of LED lighting. Relying on independent and leading technologies of LED driving and system integration, powerful research and development strength and abundant international venture investment as well as low-cost advantage from vertical integration of the whole industrial chain, the company endeavors to promote revolution in solid-state lighting and truly bring the LED lighting to every family so as to thoroughly transform human's lighting patterns at last.

Moxie

Series C in 2009
Moxie is changing the way eCommerce is done. Moxie anticipates what customers want, connecting and engaging with them through the entire digital journey across devices. Through Moxie’s solutions, including Live Chat, Email, Knowledge, and Web Self-Service companies have the ability to deliver the right engagement offer via the right channel to increase total customer value. More than 600 of the world’s leading brands in financial services, healthcare, high-tech, retail and travel and hospitality rely on Moxie to build loyalty and drive customer conversion and revenue.

WholePeople.com

Venture Round in 2000
WholePeople.com Inc., a multi-faceted e-commerce company in the "Whole Living" industry.

Giosis

Series A in 2015
Giosis, the company behind Qoo10, operates an e-marketplace offering sellers customisable sales strategies and buyers an extensive product portfolio. It is a joint venture established between eBay Inc. and Gmarket Inc. founder, Mr Ku Young Bae, in April 2010. Today, Giosis provides seven localised marketplaces, Qoo10, in five countries – China, Hong Kong, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. It partners esteemed enterprises such as Mecox Lane and Yahoo to enable e-commerce of the best deals in almost every country. Qoo10’s five markets transacted SGD278 million in 2012, almost doubling 2011's SGD150 million. In Singapore, its daily transactions are about 30,000, translating into monthly sales volume of SDG15 million and annual sales volume of SGD90 million in 2012. As of January 2013, 960,000 Qoo10 mobile apps have been downloaded across the five Qoo10 e-marketplaces. Singapore contributed some 580,000 downloads. About 20 per cent of the overall sales come from mobile sales, and this number is expected to rise to 30 per cent within 2013. As of March 2013, there are about 50,000 registered sellers on Qoo10 Singapore. About 150 sellers transact at least SGD10,000 every month. There are about 900,000 registered users on Qoo10 Singapore. More than 1,000 new users are registered on Qoo10 Singapore every day since January 2012.

Benestra, s.r.o

Venture Round in 2014
As of January 1, 2019, Benestra, s.r.o was acquired by SWAN, a.s.. Benestra, s.r.o provides telecommunication services. The company was formerly known as GTS Slovakia, s.r.o. and changed its name to Benestra, s.r.o in December 2014. The company was founded in 1993 and is based in Bratislava, Slovakia.

NextNav, LLC

Series E in 2020
NextNav operates a platform intended to offer indoor location services and applications. Its platform offers location-enabling technology with carrier-grade reliability for use in buildings and urban areas where satellite-based geographical positioning service signals cannot reach, enabling clients to avail urban and indoor positioning for public safety and commercial applications.

Solarflare Communications

Series C in 2005
Solarflare Communications is a computer networking company that specializes in providing neural-class networks, technologies for ultra-scale, and software-defined. It also provides a comprehensive, integrated set of technologies for distributed, ultra-scale, software-defined datacenters. It was founded in 2001 and headquartered in Irvine, California.

CareMedic Systems

Series E in 2004
CareMedic Systems, Inc. provides revenue cycle management solutions to hospitals and healthcare providers in the United States and Puerto Rico. It offers electronic Financial Record, a healthcare financial management system that provides activity tracking capabilities, and recording descriptions and dates for various events that occur inside or outside the patient accounting system; and VerifyAR, a solution for front-end document management, eligibility verification, compliance checking, and medical necessity review. The company also provides AccelerateAR, a Medicare review and editing solution with document management, all-payer claims formatting and submission, and print and mail service capabilities; and OptimizeAR, a solution that offers tools for managing payments through remittance management, denial management, and paper EOB to electronic 835 conversions. In addition, it offers ImageAR, a document management system with integrated front and back-end scanning, indexing, and storage solutions that enable and streamline various revenue cycle functions; and ResolveAR, a suite of service offerings, including accounts receivables outsourcing, Medicare accounts receivables cleanup, and credit balance resolution. The company provides its solutions in application service provider (ASP) model. CareMedic Systems, Inc. was founded in 1996 and is based in St. Petersburg, Florida with additional offices in Alpharetta and Decatur, Georgia.

NxtWave Communications

Series D in 2001
NxtWave Communications Inc. designs and markets broadband, error-free video and data communications integrated circuits.

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.

Trapeze Networks

Series C in 2005
NonStop Wireless Trapeze solutions provide the highest levels of reliability, performance, security and management for today's most demanding mobile applications, including data, voice, video, and real-time location services. Trapeze is committed to delivering the most scalable, fault-tolerant WLAN infrastructure and solutions for the enterprise market.
Cogent Communications Group, Inc. is a facilities-based provider of Internet access and Internet Protocol (IP) communications services. Its network is specifically designed and optimized to transmit data using IP. The Company delivers its services primarily to small and medium-sized businesses, communications service providers and other organizations through approximately 21,300 customer connections in North America and Europe. The Company provides its own on-net service at a speed of 100 Megabits per second through its own facilities. Its customers in multi-tenant office buildings are law firms, financial services firms, advertising and marketing firms and other professional services businesses. It also provide on-net Internet access to certain bandwidth-intensive users, such as universities, other Internet service providers (ISPs) and commercial content providers at speeds of up to ten Gigabits per second.

Scale8

Series C in 2001
Scale8 is a San Francisco-based data storage service provider.

Centric Software, Inc.

Private Equity Round in 2004
Centric Software provides a Digital Transformation Platform for the most prestigious names in fashion, retail, footwear, luxury, outdoor and consumer goods. Centric Visual Innovation Platform (VIP) is a visual, fully digital collection of boards for touch-based devices like iPad, iPhone and large-scale, touch-screen televisions. Centric VIP transforms decision making and automates execution to truly collapse time to market and distance to trend. Centric’s flagship product lifecycle management (PLM) platform, Centric 8, delivers enterprise-class merchandise planning, product development, sourcing, business planning, quality, and collection management functionality tailored for fast-moving consumer industries. Centric SMB packages extended PLM including innovative technology and key industry learnings tailored for small businesses. Centric Software has received multiple industry awards, including the Frost & Sullivan Global Product Differentiation Excellence Award in Retail, Fashion, and Apparel PLM in 2016 and Frost & Sullivan’s Global Retail, Fashion, and Apparel PLM Product Differentiation Excellence Award in 2012. Red Herring named Centric to its Top 100 Global list in 2013, 2015, and 2016.

Aurora Biofuels

Series B in 2008
Aurora Biofuels is now Aurora Algae. Please update your settings to follow Aurora Algae. Aurora Algae is a producer of high-performance, premium algae-based products for the pharmaceutical, nutrition, aquaculture and fuels markets. The company has developed the industry’s first commercial-scale photosynthetic platform for sustainable, algae-based product development. Aurora Algae’s proprietary algae strains and production process uses arid land, seawater and captured carbon pollution from industrial emitters resulting in more capitally efficient and more environmentally sustainable algae farming. Aurora Algae enables its customers and partners to improve the diversity and sustainability of their product portfolios, while addressing consumer demand for natural products.

eStyle

Venture Round in 2005
eStyle operates BabyStyle, a platform that provides online and offline retail locations for baby products.

SmartDrive Inc.

Series D in 2007
SmartDrive Inc. develops vehicle tracking and big data analytics solutions. The company offers data platform, which provides data about vehicle management, usage management, route optimization, accident, safe driving analysis, real time vehicle management services through GPS, dangerous area mapping etc. The company also offers devices such OBD and car charger. Additionally, the company offers DriveOn, an iPhone application and base hardware that promotes safe driving. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Shinagawa-ku, Japan.

TxVia

Series D in 2010
TxVia offers the most advanced transaction processing technology for emerging payments and financial services, as well as comprehensive supporting services. Its solutions encompass the full scope of consumer, corporate and government payment applications. TxVia enables electronic payments with a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) delivery model, a fully customizable solution that supports its clients' specialized processing needs. TxVia clients, which include some of the largest payments companies in the world, realize significant time-to-market, cost, scalability, reliability and security benefits from its custom—rather than one-size-fits-all—platforms.

White Rock Networks

Series C in 2002
As of 2006, White Rock Networks, Inc. was acquired by Turin Networks, Inc. White Rock Networks, Inc. provides transport and switching, ethernet service delivery, and Internet protocol (IP) aggregation solutions for carriers. It offers transport and switching solutions, such as SONET transport, ethernet and TDM access, integrated ADM/DCS, standalone mini DCS, DWDM, and wireless backhaul, as well as dispersion compensation, pre-amplification, post-amplification, and in line amplification. The company also offers on-net and off-net ethernet service delivery; and IP aggregation services, such as router port aggregation, backhaul, and carrier-grade VoIP. White Rock Networks was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Richardson, Texas.

Stretch

Series B in 2009
Stretch, Inc., a fabless semiconductor company, designs, develops, and supplies software configurable processors and development tools for compute-intensive applications. Its products include channel DVR add-in cards; channel capture cards; and DVR capture cards that provide video and audio capture, real-time display, and hardware compression features for DVR designers. The company also offers Stretch IDE, which provides an intuitive development flow, and focuses on programming and system configuration, as well as integrates compiler, debugger, assembler, profiler, linker, and editor tools under an intuitive graphical interface; Stretch reference design kits that are designed for the customers to evaluate a reference design and start the preliminary design of their own products; and Intelligent Encoder software development kit, a video processing and compression solution, which is optimized for the Stretch family of software configurable processors. Its products are used in security and surveillance, broadcast video, wireless communication, and industrial imaging applications. Stretch, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Sunnyvale, California with additional offices in Tokyo, Japan; and Krefeld, Germany.

Talisma

Series C in 2001
Talisma has been a global provider of dynamic customer relationship management (CRM) products and services to recognized leaders in finance, banking, education, technology, telecommunications, and other industries. From the automation of sales and marketing, to customer portals and support, helpdesk and analytics, the company's offerings help organizations integrate multiple channels of communication and build successful, long-term relationships with customers and constituents.

Parlano

Series B in 2006
Parlano, acquired by Microsoft for an undisclosed amount in 2007, is the maker of MindAlign enterprise-level team collaboration and messaging products. The MindAlign product series is a mix between email and chat platform created for business use. Microsoft plans on using the communication platform to improve Microsoft Office Communications Server and Microsoft Office Communicator. The MindAlign platform mixes the asynchronous nature of email with the real-time nature of IM to allow groups to have "persistent group chat" around "business-critical topics". They also claim that the product helps to unclutter your information silos. All their enterprise-level jargon will fit in perfectly with Microsoft.

FRS

Venture Round in 2010
The FRS Company, LLC manufactures and markets dietary supplements. The company offers drinks, concentrates, powders, and soft chews in various flavors to athletes, fitness buffs, and other champions in the United States. It serves customers through its stores, as well as via online. The FRS Company, LLC was formerly known as New Sun Nutrition LLC and changed its name to The FRS Company, LLC in July 2007. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in San Mateo, California with stores in the United States.

NxtWave Communications

Series A in 1998
NxtWave Communications Inc. designs and markets broadband, error-free video and data communications integrated circuits.

Memlink

Venture Round in 2000
Memlink is a developer of all optical switching solutions.

Esprit Pharma

Series B in 2007
Esprit Pharma is a pharmaceutical company focused on specialty therapeutics and committed to improving patient well-being in the urology and OB/GYN areas by providing products that contribute to bettering patient outcomes.

Nexant, Inc.

Venture Round in 2010
Nexant is a provider of intelligent grid software and clean energy solutions—pioneering, developing, and advancing electric power grid and alternative energy technologies and services. Their exclusive focus on energy, combined with their well-respected and experienced professionals, proven technology, and proprietary industry information, has earned them distinctive brand recognition and a reputation as a top energy solutions company.

Cyrano Sciences

Venture Round in 2000
Cyrano Sciences, is focused on providing chemical and biological sensors and software solutions.

Trapeze Networks

Series D in 2006
NonStop Wireless Trapeze solutions provide the highest levels of reliability, performance, security and management for today's most demanding mobile applications, including data, voice, video, and real-time location services. Trapeze is committed to delivering the most scalable, fault-tolerant WLAN infrastructure and solutions for the enterprise market.

DueDil Limited

Series B in 2017
DueDil Limited owns and operates an online platform that combines sources of company information to enable other companies make data-informed decisions. It offers a unified platform to provide companies with better information about other businesses to contextualize and navigate the relationships between sets of data. The company also offers CBILS Eligibility and Endpoint assessment for businesses for Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) and the Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CLBILS). The company's solution enables its users to find, verify, manage, monitor, and connect business relationships. Its solution is used by various teams, such as sales, marketing, research, procurement, compliance, and credit risk. DueDil Limited was formerly known as Bantr Ltd. and changed its name to DueDil Limited in October 2010. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in London, United Kingdom.

MyLife

Series A in 2007
MyLife provides the leading Reputation Platform, making consumers safer & marketplaces more trusted through proprietary Reputation Profiles & Scores for everyone in the United States. MyLife has more than 42 million registered members and reaches 21+ million unique users monthly. The team is led by successful Internet entrepreneur Jeffrey Tinsley, founder of GreatDomains.com, RealtyTracker and MediaPass.

Mayan Networks

Series C in 1999
Mayan Networks is developing products that merge the traditional world of copper and SONET TDM transport with IP data communications.

NowThis

Series C in 2014
NowThis Media, Inc. produces short video news clips for social and mobile audiences. It produces daily video updates for Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, Vine, YouTube, Android, and Apple applications; and the mobile Web. NowThis Media, Inc. was formerly known as PlanetDaily Network, Inc. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in New York, New York.

GreenVolts

Debt Financing in 2010
According to Forbes.com article on 9/12/12 - "...a major investor abruptly withdrew financial support for the company. 'A sudden, and unexpected, change in direction from a major strategic investor has affected GreenVolts’ access to funding,' the company said Wednesday in a statement, referring to ABB, the Swiss power and automation giant. 'The impact was at the last minute and so severe that GreenVolts cannot continue normal operation and has reduced its workforce to a small team to provide customer support and engage other options, including working with potential buyers of the system, technology and IP.' " _____ GreenVolts has taken an integrated systems approach to development of complete Concentrating Photovoltaic (CPV) solutions that combines: •State-of-the-art proprietary highly concentrating optics •¢High precision, low profile, two-axis solar tracking •Intelligent power and control systems •On-board, real time, high resolution performance monitoring This unique integrated systems approach will achieve industry leading energy productivity and low overall Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE). The high energy density of GreenVolts’ CPV system enables low cost power production that can be deployed close to load, further increasing the real value of the energy generated.

Artimi

Series B in 2006
Artimi a fables semiconductor company, engages in the development, marketing, and sale of semiconductors, software, and reference designs for the delivery of high speed wireless connectivity in portable consumer electronics devices. The company offers silicon solutions for high bandwidth wireless connectivity based on ultra wideband technologies. Its products include MAC controllers, wireless USB evaluation kits, wireless USB adaptor reference design kits, hard disk drive reference design kits, and printer reference design kits.

American Esoteric Laboratories

Venture Round in 2004
American Esoteric Laboratories (AEL), formerly Memphis Pathology Laboratory (MPL), has served the medical community for over fifty years with a tradition of quality service. AEL is a state-of-the-art full service community-based medical laboratory serving physician offices, hospitals, and industry in our region. AEL is the largest independent laboratory network in Tennessee and the Mid-South.

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.

Hipmunk

Series C in 2014
Hipmunk is a travel search site that aims to take the agony out of travel planning. Their mission is to help people book travel faster and more efficiently. Hipmunk was designed to help people who are overwhelmed with pages of irrelevant search results. Hipmunk presents flight results in a visual timeline that allows people to select the best flight for them at a glance. Hotel results are shown on a map so that people can view wherein a destination they will be staying and the landmarks near them.

eStyle

Series F in 2002
eStyle operates BabyStyle, a platform that provides online and offline retail locations for baby products.

nLIGHT

Series B in 2002
nLight Photonics is developing high performance optical components that enable an increase in optical fiber bandwidth to meet demands created by the Internet. Focused on fiber optic communication systems, nLight is using its proprietary technology to reduce the need for signal regeneration and increase overall system bandwidth.

Zayo

Venture Round in 2007
Zayo Group provides comprehensive Bandwidth Infrastructure services in over 300 markets throughout the US and Europe. Zayo delivers a full suite of lit services and dark fiber products to wireline and wireless customers, data centers, Internet content providers, high-bandwidth enterprises, and government agencies across its robust 79,000 route mile network. The company also offers 27 carrier-neutral colocation facilities across the US. Please visit www.zayo.com for more information about Zayo and its fiber solutions.

Zumobi, Inc.

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

Brit Media, Inc.

Series A in 2013
Brit + Co is a media company that inspires, educates, and entertains real women with a creative spirit. Founded in late 2011 by Brit Morin, Brit + Co has become one of the largest digital media companies for women. Brit + Co now reaches an engaged community of over 125 million online and across platforms. They have garnered tens of millions of video views and produce over 100 pieces of content every day to keep up with everything their audience is up to. As a digital-first company, they have an innate understanding of how the online connection to offline. That’s why, in addition to their website, brit.co, their free app, and their presence across social channels, they extend their reach to experiences.

Beijing Lingtu Software

Venture Round in 2006
Beijing Lingtu Software develops geographic information system (GIS) and global positioning system software and services in China. It offers position information service, traffic system through GIS, communication technology, and GPS technologies to enterprises and consumers. Its clients include fleet operators, government entities, logistics firms, and state-owned enterprises. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Beijing, China with additional offices in Dalian, Beijing, Hefei, Guangzhou, and Wuhan. Beijing Lingtu Software Co., Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Emcore Technology, Inc.

Good Technology

Venture Round in 2006
Good Technology Corporation provides secure mobility solutions for enterprises and governments worldwide. It offers a suite of collaboration applications, such as Good Launcher, a mobile desktop solution for business, Good Work, a mobile workforce for business-class e-mail and collaboration, Good Access, a browser that allows users to access the corporate Intranets and Web applications, and Good Share, a solution that enables mobile business users to access, download, and share documents. It was founded in 1996 and headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.

Brit Media, Inc.

Series C in 2017
Brit + Co is a media company that inspires, educates, and entertains real women with a creative spirit. Founded in late 2011 by Brit Morin, Brit + Co has become one of the largest digital media companies for women. Brit + Co now reaches an engaged community of over 125 million online and across platforms. They have garnered tens of millions of video views and produce over 100 pieces of content every day to keep up with everything their audience is up to. As a digital-first company, they have an innate understanding of how the online connection to offline. That’s why, in addition to their website, brit.co, their free app, and their presence across social channels, they extend their reach to experiences.

Aurora Biofuels

Series A in 2007
Aurora Biofuels is now Aurora Algae. Please update your settings to follow Aurora Algae. Aurora Algae is a producer of high-performance, premium algae-based products for the pharmaceutical, nutrition, aquaculture and fuels markets. The company has developed the industry’s first commercial-scale photosynthetic platform for sustainable, algae-based product development. Aurora Algae’s proprietary algae strains and production process uses arid land, seawater and captured carbon pollution from industrial emitters resulting in more capitally efficient and more environmentally sustainable algae farming. Aurora Algae enables its customers and partners to improve the diversity and sustainability of their product portfolios, while addressing consumer demand for natural products.

Teloquent Communications

Venture Round in 2000
Teloquent Communications offers businesses and professionals with virtual call center solutions that focus on web and conventional telephone-based customer interaction. Teloquent Communications provides solutions that are able to integrate voice, data, video, and web inquiries. Teloquent Communications was acquired by Syntellect in December 2003. Teloquent Communications was founded in June 1989 and is based in Billerica, Massachusetts.

nLIGHT

Series C in 2004
nLight Photonics is developing high performance optical components that enable an increase in optical fiber bandwidth to meet demands created by the Internet. Focused on fiber optic communication systems, nLight is using its proprietary technology to reduce the need for signal regeneration and increase overall system bandwidth.

Tengion

Series C in 2007
Tengion, a clinical-stage biotechnology company, is a leader in developing neo-organs and neo-tissues, currently derived from a patient's own (autologous) cells. The Company has completed two Phase 2 human clinical trial in the United States with its Tengion Neo-Bladder Augment for children with neurogenic bladder due to spina bifida and in adults with neurogenic bladder due to spinal cord injury. A successful academic human clinical experience with a urinary Neo-Bladder Augment was reported in The Lancet in April 2006 by investigators from the Children's Hospital Boston. Tengion has an effective investigational new drug application (IND) for its Neo-Urinary Conduit and expects to begin a Phase 1 clinical trial in the first half of 2010 in bladder cancer patients requiring bladder removal.

Resonext Communications

Series B in 2000
Resonext is a provider of integrated silicon complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) wireless local area network (WLAN) solutions for 802.11a and multiband (802.11a/b/g) platforms primarily in the United States.

Homeportfolio.com

Series C in 2000
HomePortfolio was founded in the 1990s by Rolly Rouse and Tom Ashbrook, two friends from Yale with entrepreneurial spirits and an eagerness to stake their claim in the Internet land rush. While other design enthusiasts were tearing pages out of design magazines and dog-earing decorating books, they were creating the first ever online library of high-end home products—the type of products typically reserved for fancy Design Center showrooms that required a password and secret handshake before one would be granted admission.

X-IO

Acquisition in 2002
X-IO is a storage industry related company delivering unmatched price or performance, reliability, and scale for enterprise, cloud applications, and infrastructure. Its “Intelligent Storage Element” systems are based on two decades of invention and investment by veteran storage industry experts. The features of X-IO’s plug-and-perform “Intelligent Storage Element” storage arrays are accelerate transactional, reporting and business intelligence applications by a factor of 3x or more; drives extreme performance and scale for virtual desktop and virtualized server infrastructures; and with five- to seven-year duty cycles, a super-efficient energy and space profile. X-IO solutions have been recognized as SQL Server Magazine and Windows IT Pro’s 2011 Editors’ Best Gold Medal winners, the 2012 Best of TechEd “Hardware and Storage Product” and “Attendees’ Pick” Awards, and inclusion in CRN’s 2012 Data Center 100 List.

Beam Express

Series C in 2005
BeamExpress, a spin-off from BeamExpress Inc, is a privately held company working in cooperation with EPFL (The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) to develop long wavelength VCSELs (Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser) for high-speed optical communications as well as gas spectrometry. BeamExpress is using a unique proprietary fabrication technique – the localized wafer fusion process - developed by the members of the founding team, which provides high performance 1310nm devices up to 10Gb/s but also VCSELs laser sources with high precision wavelengths ranging from 1200nm up to 2000nm for CWDM application and for the gas sensing industry. BeamExpress is a fabless company, outsourcing its production to leading European partners.

Tele Atlas

Series A in 2004
Official Twitter account for Tele Atlas, leading provider of digital maps and dynamic content for navigation and location based solutions.

RazorGator

Series B in 2006
RazorGator is the 3rd largest player in the online ticket reselling business behind eBay's [StubHub](http://www.stubhub.com) and Ticketmaster's [TicketsNow](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/ticketsnow) according to December 2007 comScore data. The service covers reselling of sports, theater, and concert tickets, as well as vacation packages for various sporting events.

GreenVolts

Venture Round in 2012
According to Forbes.com article on 9/12/12 - "...a major investor abruptly withdrew financial support for the company. 'A sudden, and unexpected, change in direction from a major strategic investor has affected GreenVolts’ access to funding,' the company said Wednesday in a statement, referring to ABB, the Swiss power and automation giant. 'The impact was at the last minute and so severe that GreenVolts cannot continue normal operation and has reduced its workforce to a small team to provide customer support and engage other options, including working with potential buyers of the system, technology and IP.' " _____ GreenVolts has taken an integrated systems approach to development of complete Concentrating Photovoltaic (CPV) solutions that combines: •State-of-the-art proprietary highly concentrating optics •¢High precision, low profile, two-axis solar tracking •Intelligent power and control systems •On-board, real time, high resolution performance monitoring This unique integrated systems approach will achieve industry leading energy productivity and low overall Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE). The high energy density of GreenVolts’ CPV system enables low cost power production that can be deployed close to load, further increasing the real value of the energy generated.

NextPage

Venture Round in 2001
NextPage, a leading innovator in Compliance and Information Risk Solutions, delivers the only Information Tracking Platform that mitigates enterprise risk, increases document policy compliance and reduces the cost of eDiscovery by tracking and managing documents no matter where they are located – hard drives, USBs, servers, or email attachments. With patent pending technology, NextPage Digital Thread™ software, NextPage proactively tackles the risk by tracking, classifying, executing policy, and reporting on the compliance of all documents across the enterprise.

Comstellar Technologies

Series A in 2000
At Comstellar Technologies, Inc., we're building a major technology company with a singular focus on communications infrastructure utilizing a innovative operating model. We're focusing on communications infrastructure because that's increasingly central to all technologies. The possibilities are endless, the opportunities are worldwide, and the demand is explosive.

Norse

Series A in 2013
Based in California, Norse is a cybersecurity firm that offers internet security intelligence solutions to e-commerce and enterprise clients. The firm delivers live and accurate attack intelligence solutions enabling its customers to block attacks, uncover hidden breaches, and track threats emerging around the globe. It is focused on improving the performance, catch-rate, and return-on-investment for enterprise security infrastructures. Norse, which was founded in 2010, serves global financial, government, and technology organizations through its products and services.

Aventail

Series E in 2001
Aventail is a Seattle, Washington provider of technology that allows employees to remotely access their corporate network. They were acquired by SonicWALL in June of 2007.

One Medical

Series F in 2013
One Medical is a members-only technology platform offering an array of concierge medical services. The integration of these elements allows them to offer a seamless experience that not only saves their patients time and money but also leads to better health outcomes and happier lives. The company attracts the highest caliber team of health care providers, allowing them to practice medicine the way it should be. Each of their professionals has the time to invest in personal relationships and engage in thoughtful decision-making with their patients. One Medical makes access to care frictionless with face-to-face virtual video visits available anytime. It allows practicing medicine the way it should be practiced, focusing on improving the patient experience, and challenging the healthcare status quo. One Medical was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States.

InterSurvey

Series C in 2001
InterSurvey.com, create and match great domain platforms like the survey platform with talented people, applications and resources to build successful, value driven, web-based businesses quickly.

SHOP.COM

Series A in 2005
SHOP.COM is a comparison shopping site that makes online shopping easy by offering over 2,000 stores on just one site by shopping with one easy checkout using our OneCart, or by linking off our site and shopping from one of our partner stores. Shoppers can also save money by searching hot deals and coupons, free shipping deals, shopping the sale page, and more.

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.

Deem, Inc.

Debt Financing in 2013
Deem is a technology platform for the business travel industry focusing on travel, car service, and expense solutions. Its mission is to make business travel less complicated for travelers, less costly for employers, and more profitable for service providers. Using its industry-leading software solutions, employees book travel and car service and report those expenses faster and more easily than ever before. Corporations control costs more effectively. Travel management companies deliver more engaging customer experiences. Car service operators benefit from new efficiencies and widen their customer reach. The company was founded in 1999 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Caspian Networks

Series D in 2002
Caspian Networks (formerly PacketCom) is an Internet infrastructure company designing a breakthrough new generation of equipment for the heart of the largest networks in the world – the service provider networks upon which the Internet is based. Company shut down.

Mayan Networks

Series B in 1999
Mayan Networks is developing products that merge the traditional world of copper and SONET TDM transport with IP data communications.

Movaz Networks

Series C in 2002
Movaz Networks manufactures broadband optical transport systems. The company provides wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) equipment; and a portfolio of WDM transport and reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexing solutions that incorporate advanced optical transport, distributed photonic switching, generalized multi-protocol lambda switching protocols, and standards based network management. Movaz Networks offers its products through direct sales, a private label partnership, and value added resellers to telecommunications carriers, cable network providers, research and educational organizations, and government agencies. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Norcross, Georgia.

Circle

Series C in 2015
Circle provides an online platform that enables users to send money quickly and easily. Circle uses blockchain technology with Circle Pay to ease and improve how users send money. Circle expands its services with a crypto-currency investment product with Circle Invest, enabling anyone to buy and sell crypto assets. It provides crypto-coins and offer OTC trading services via Circle Trade. Its crypto-trading desk provides one of the largest global liquidity pools for digital asset trading and averages $2 billion in monthly volume. Jeremy Allaire and Sean Neville founded Circle in 2013. $140 million from investors including Jim Breyer (Facebook), Goldman Sachs, IDG Capital (Baidu, Tencent), General Catalyst (AirBnB, Snapchat) and Accel Partners backs the company, with its headquarters in Boston, and branches in New York, San Francisco, Dublin, London, and Hong Kong.

Gazillion, Inc.

Series C in 2017
Gazillion Entertainment, we develop, publish and operate diverse games on many platforms. Our goal: To build breakthrough experiences featuring world-class brands and original franchises, superior production quality and unmatched gameplay. Gazillion is headquartered in Foster City, CA.

Precision Medicine Group

Private Equity Round in 2013
At Precision Medicine Group, we deliver specialty services that help our life science clients navigate these challenges. For research and development, we bring highly specialized biomarker, laboratory, and clinical trial services as well as the regulatory expertise to manage the precision development pathway. To address commercial excellence, we bring a uniquely specialized set of services that integrate the generation and communication of the evidence necessary to establish value, optimize access, and drive demand. These include integrated market access, advanced payer analytics, health economics, and marketing communications.

Flooz

Venture Round in 2001
Flooz.com is an online gift giving platform to send electronic greeting cards and online gift currency to anyone with an e-mail address.

Artimi

Series B in 2007
Artimi a fables semiconductor company, engages in the development, marketing, and sale of semiconductors, software, and reference designs for the delivery of high speed wireless connectivity in portable consumer electronics devices. The company offers silicon solutions for high bandwidth wireless connectivity based on ultra wideband technologies. Its products include MAC controllers, wireless USB evaluation kits, wireless USB adaptor reference design kits, hard disk drive reference design kits, and printer reference design kits.

Soapstone Networks

Series A in 1997
Soapstone Networks (formerly Avici Systems) developer of Terabit Switch/Router technology aimed at providing the next generation of high performance, IP-based routers to carriers and Internet Service Providers worldwide. Soapstone Networks got liquidated in 2009 July.

RazorGator

Series A in 2005
RazorGator is the 3rd largest player in the online ticket reselling business behind eBay's [StubHub](http://www.stubhub.com) and Ticketmaster's [TicketsNow](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/ticketsnow) according to December 2007 comScore data. The service covers reselling of sports, theater, and concert tickets, as well as vacation packages for various sporting events.
Softfront Holdings Co., Ltd. develops SIP and VoIP related technologies in the real-time communication field in Japan. It is involved in the communication software and infrastructure, and Web/ASP/API service businesses. The company was formerly known as Softfront Co., Ltd. and changed its name to Softfront Holdings Co., Ltd. in August 2016. Softfront Holdings Co., Ltd. was founded in 1997 and is based in Tokyo, Japan.

Reunion.com

Venture Round in 2007
Reunion.com, Inc. operates as a social networking Website that keeps people in touch online. The company's site helps to find and reconnect with old friends, lost loves, business colleagues, family members, and various important relationships online. It also features online address book, message board, and share photos with friends. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Santa Monica, California.

Peak XV

Venture Round in 2000
Peak XV Networks Pvt Ltd, an ISO 9001:2008 Certified company specialized in IT Infrastructure services and solutions. Our solutions include Networking, System Integration, Storage and Information Security solutions for Large Corporate, Enterprises, BPO’s, Educational Institutions, Engineering Companies and SMB’s.

Enjoy Technology, Inc.

Series A in 2014
Enjoy is reinventing the way people buy the world’s best technology products. With every purchase, an Enjoy Expert hand delivers the product in as fast as four hours. Enjoy can meet you at your home, office, coffee shop… you name it. Upon delivery, the Expert spends an hour turning you into an expert. Experts set up your product, sync it, and show you all the cool tips and tricks. The best part, this white-glove service is free with every purchase from Enjoy.com.

eStyle

Venture Round in 2007
eStyle operates BabyStyle, a platform that provides online and offline retail locations for baby products.

Wavestream

Venture Round in 2006
Wavestream sets the standard in the design and manufacture of next generation high power solid state amplifiers. Wavestream's family of Ka, Ku, X and C-band Solid State Power Amplifiers (SSPA) and Block Upconverters (BUC) provide systems integrators with field-proven, high performance solutions designed for mobile and fixed defense and broadcast satellite communication systems worldwide.

Artimi

Series A in 2004
Artimi a fables semiconductor company, engages in the development, marketing, and sale of semiconductors, software, and reference designs for the delivery of high speed wireless connectivity in portable consumer electronics devices. The company offers silicon solutions for high bandwidth wireless connectivity based on ultra wideband technologies. Its products include MAC controllers, wireless USB evaluation kits, wireless USB adaptor reference design kits, hard disk drive reference design kits, and printer reference design kits.

SmartDrive Inc.

Venture Round in 2019
SmartDrive Inc. develops vehicle tracking and big data analytics solutions. The company offers data platform, which provides data about vehicle management, usage management, route optimization, accident, safe driving analysis, real time vehicle management services through GPS, dangerous area mapping etc. The company also offers devices such OBD and car charger. Additionally, the company offers DriveOn, an iPhone application and base hardware that promotes safe driving. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Shinagawa-ku, Japan.

Ecast

Venture Round in 2002
Ecast is the leader in place-based interactive media. Their hospitality network delivers digital music, games, entertainment, information and interactive advertising to more than 10,000 bars and nightclubs across the United States. Leveraging the personal impact of touch combined with the interactivity and targeting of the Internet, Ecast brings unsurpassed consumer engagement to out-of-home markets and is redefining the way consumers are entertained, informed and engaged.

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.

SNAPin Software

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

@hand Corporation

Series A in 2000
Founded in 1998, @hand has a long history of providing enterprise mobility solutions for leading commercial enterprises and government organizations. Through our experience, @hand has gained a wealth of knowledge in the application of mobile software technology to the diverse needs of our customers. By innovating with customers, @hand has developed products and solutions that provide an immediate impact as well as long-term success.

SmartDrive Inc.

Series C in 2007
SmartDrive Inc. develops vehicle tracking and big data analytics solutions. The company offers data platform, which provides data about vehicle management, usage management, route optimization, accident, safe driving analysis, real time vehicle management services through GPS, dangerous area mapping etc. The company also offers devices such OBD and car charger. Additionally, the company offers DriveOn, an iPhone application and base hardware that promotes safe driving. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Shinagawa-ku, Japan.

Knowledge Networks

Series A in 1998
Knowledge Networks, Inc., a consumer information company, delivers consumer insights and research to researchers and marketers. It offers Knowledge Networks/SRI, which provides media research; and Knowledge Networks/PDI, which provides promotion research. The company also provides practices in media, marketing, advertising, and government and academic studies. In addition, it involves in study designs, analytics, and custom panel creation. Further, the company delivers online research through Internet panel. It serves consumer packaged goods and retail, pharmaceuticals and healthcare, government and academic research, media, yellow pages research, and financial services industries. Knowledge Networks was formerly known as InterSurvey, Inc. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Menlo Park, California.

Castlight Health

Series D in 2012
Integrated Health Benefits Platform

Scale Eight

Series B in 2000
Scale Eight is an internet company. It offers virtually limitless storage capacity, allowing companies to grow their online offerings. Scale Eight delivers file storage solutions technology through its global storage service and in a family of network-attached storage products. Scale Eight was founded by Josh Coates and is located in San Francisco, California.

Gazillion, Inc.

Venture Round in 2010
Gazillion Entertainment, we develop, publish and operate diverse games on many platforms. Our goal: To build breakthrough experiences featuring world-class brands and original franchises, superior production quality and unmatched gameplay. Gazillion is headquartered in Foster City, CA.

Trumba Corporation

Series B in 2005
Trumba Corporation is a Seattle-based developer of innovative event calendar publishing technology that helps businesses and organizations more effectively publish, promote, and communicate their events online. Trumba enables customers—from small businesses to large organizations—to connect key audiences with their events, transforming those events into unique and highly valued marketing and communication opportunities.

Airgo Networks

Series E in 2005
Airgo Network provided WLAN products to both manufacturers of access points and laptop computers.

Yclip.com

Venture Round in 1999
Yclip.com, an Internet advertising technology and information services company, offers a suite of online marketing and loyalty tools and web-based infrastructure services to provide both online and offline merchants with incentive programs for consumers. By providing online incentive programs and measuring the effectiveness of Internet advertising, Yclip.com helps its clients build and maintain direct relationships with online users. Yclip.com's corporate values are based on the core beliefs of absolute privacy and complete respect for the relationship between merchants and their customers.

iCrossing

Series E in 2007
iCrossing, a digital marketing company, holds its own marketing platform, which can be tailored for clients. The company also offers planning services and development services. Its planning services include primary customer research, competitive and market research, persona development, digital marketing strategy, integrated search marketing strategy, social media/word-of-mouth strategy, mobile marketing strategy, analytics and performance planning, and marketing intelligence dashboarding. Its development services include search engine marketing (SEO/SEM), display and rich media advertising, email marketing, mobile marketing and site development, website development, social media campaign development, and emerging media development. iCrossing, formerly known as International Crossing, is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona and has offices worldwide.

FRS

Series B in 2008
The FRS Company, LLC manufactures and markets dietary supplements. The company offers drinks, concentrates, powders, and soft chews in various flavors to athletes, fitness buffs, and other champions in the United States. It serves customers through its stores, as well as via online. The FRS Company, LLC was formerly known as New Sun Nutrition LLC and changed its name to The FRS Company, LLC in July 2007. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in San Mateo, California with stores in the United States.

Modiv Media

Series A in 2007
Modiv Media, Inc. provides retail interactive media delivery solutions for brand marketers and retailers. Its multi-touch platform delivers consumer-driven media through in-store self-service solutions and on-the-go shoppers' mobile phones. The company's products include Modiv Shopper, a consumer-driven media with a self-service scan-and-bag solution; Modiv DeliVision, a deli queue management solution with coordinated media; Modiv Mobile that delivers brands to on-the-go shoppers through mobile phones; and Modiv MediaHub, a campaign management and analytics engine that reaches customers with relevant messages of retailers and brander marketers. It serves brands, grocers, restaurants, and other retail and whitepapers industries. The company, formerly known as Cuesol, Inc., was founded in 1990 and is based in Quincy, Massachusetts.

OmniPV

Venture Round in 2008
OmniPV develops and produces solar energy solutions for its clients. It was founded in 2000. OmniPV is headquartered in Belmont, California.
Wireless Facilities,Inc. (WFI) is a telecommunications company. They design, deploy, and manage wireless networks for cellular and PCS. Wireless Facilities,Inc. (WFI) was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in San Diego, California

Tellium

Venture Round in 1997
Tellium delivers high-speed, high-capacity, intelligent optical solutions that empower service providers around the world to create, run, control, simplify and optimize their networks. First in the world to provide in-service, intelligent optical switches, Tellium's Aurora Optical Switch™ family and the StarNet Software Suite™ together offer service providers a simple and cost-effective migration path to next-generation public networks.

LumaSense Technologies

Venture Round in 2007
With a long history of creating efficiencies through light-based measurement and guided by a strong set of values, LumaSense Technologies' mission is to deliver solutions that create a brighter future for the world. In fact, for over 50 years, LumaSense has provided innovative temperature and gas sensing instruments for the energy, industrial, clean technology and commercial markets. Through their precision engineered systems, their customers have gained control over their most difficult temperature and gas sensing challenges. With expert application understanding and a growing portfolio of products, LumaSense can combine several technologies together into novel solutions even for the most complex environments. By delivering reliable products to customers around the globe and in all kinds of industries, their priority is always to develop the best solutions now and long into the future.

NxtWave Communications

Series C in 2000
NxtWave Communications Inc. designs and markets broadband, error-free video and data communications integrated circuits.

ReliOn

Series C in 2008
ReliOn is the world leader in the development and marketing of modular, cartridge-based, proton exchange membrane fuel cell technology. Currently, they are marketing a range of stationary fuel cells for emergency and backup power requirements, uninterruptible power supplies, digital power needs and a variety of off grid power requirements. ReliOn serves private and public entities as diverse as telecommunications, energy, transportation, and government. Their PEM fuel cells are commercially available today. They have sold and delivered more than 1,900kW of fuel cells in the U.S. and abroad, and count among their customers major telecommunications providers, government communication sites and utilities.

Centric Software, Inc.

Series C in 2011
Centric Software provides a Digital Transformation Platform for the most prestigious names in fashion, retail, footwear, luxury, outdoor and consumer goods. Centric Visual Innovation Platform (VIP) is a visual, fully digital collection of boards for touch-based devices like iPad, iPhone and large-scale, touch-screen televisions. Centric VIP transforms decision making and automates execution to truly collapse time to market and distance to trend. Centric’s flagship product lifecycle management (PLM) platform, Centric 8, delivers enterprise-class merchandise planning, product development, sourcing, business planning, quality, and collection management functionality tailored for fast-moving consumer industries. Centric SMB packages extended PLM including innovative technology and key industry learnings tailored for small businesses. Centric Software has received multiple industry awards, including the Frost & Sullivan Global Product Differentiation Excellence Award in Retail, Fashion, and Apparel PLM in 2016 and Frost & Sullivan’s Global Retail, Fashion, and Apparel PLM Product Differentiation Excellence Award in 2012. Red Herring named Centric to its Top 100 Global list in 2013, 2015, and 2016.

ProactiveNet

Series C in 2000
ProactiveNet, Inc. is the leading provider of operations performance assurance solutions for applications and web technology infrastructures. The company's solutions enable businesses to deliver a consistently positive web experience to end-users resulting in measurable improvements in customer loyalty, operational efficiency and online revenues. Customers report positive ROI in less than three months and include leading enterprises such AIG, eBay, Ford and Walmart.com. ProactiveNet has been named one of Computerworld's Top 100 Emerging Companies to Watch in 2001, and is a winner of The 2001 CrossRoads A-list Award. The company is headquartered in Silicon Valley at 2150 Gold Street, Alviso, CA 95002-2159. International offices are located in the UK and India.

Centric Software, Inc.

Series C in 2012
Centric Software provides a Digital Transformation Platform for the most prestigious names in fashion, retail, footwear, luxury, outdoor and consumer goods. Centric Visual Innovation Platform (VIP) is a visual, fully digital collection of boards for touch-based devices like iPad, iPhone and large-scale, touch-screen televisions. Centric VIP transforms decision making and automates execution to truly collapse time to market and distance to trend. Centric’s flagship product lifecycle management (PLM) platform, Centric 8, delivers enterprise-class merchandise planning, product development, sourcing, business planning, quality, and collection management functionality tailored for fast-moving consumer industries. Centric SMB packages extended PLM including innovative technology and key industry learnings tailored for small businesses. Centric Software has received multiple industry awards, including the Frost & Sullivan Global Product Differentiation Excellence Award in Retail, Fashion, and Apparel PLM in 2016 and Frost & Sullivan’s Global Retail, Fashion, and Apparel PLM Product Differentiation Excellence Award in 2012. Red Herring named Centric to its Top 100 Global list in 2013, 2015, and 2016.

Solarflare Communications

Venture Round in 2008
Solarflare Communications is a computer networking company that specializes in providing neural-class networks, technologies for ultra-scale, and software-defined. It also provides a comprehensive, integrated set of technologies for distributed, ultra-scale, software-defined datacenters. It was founded in 2001 and headquartered in Irvine, California.

Soapstone Networks

Series C in 1999
Soapstone Networks (formerly Avici Systems) developer of Terabit Switch/Router technology aimed at providing the next generation of high performance, IP-based routers to carriers and Internet Service Providers worldwide. Soapstone Networks got liquidated in 2009 July.

Protean Electric Limited

Venture Round in 2012
Protean Electric is an automotive technology firm. As the world leader of in-wheel motor technology, we provide a stand-alone electric drive solution with software that enables digital vehicle control and enhances customization. ProteanDrive motors use patented technologies, digital control, and are packaged with a friction brake. Designed to withstand 300,000 km vehicle lifetime, they deliver torque vectoring, 90 degree turn radius, and a digital control platform that can support a range of AI and cloud based services including autonomous EV sensors, digital ABS, vehicle diagnostics and road condition data. ProteanDrive provides opportunities for full EV and Hybrid vehicles in all segments from TaaS, to conventional vehicle programs including heavy trucks.

Brit Media, Inc.

Series B in 2015
Brit + Co is a media company that inspires, educates, and entertains real women with a creative spirit. Founded in late 2011 by Brit Morin, Brit + Co has become one of the largest digital media companies for women. Brit + Co now reaches an engaged community of over 125 million online and across platforms. They have garnered tens of millions of video views and produce over 100 pieces of content every day to keep up with everything their audience is up to. As a digital-first company, they have an innate understanding of how the online connection to offline. That’s why, in addition to their website, brit.co, their free app, and their presence across social channels, they extend their reach to experiences.

Clarient

Venture Round in 2009
Clarient is a leading provider of cancer diagnostic testing. They work with local pathologists and oncologists to bring the standard of care back into their community. They're dedicated to providing clarity to complex problems by using a number of technologies to help their clients diagnose cancer cases. They also provide them insight into what therapies will work best for these patients, and continue with follow-up and case monitoring.

NanoH2O

Venture Round in 2012
NanoH2O enhances current polymer-based membranes with a nano-structured material that allows additional control of key membrane properties. The result is a wide array of advantageous membrane characteristics including improved throughput at requisite salt and contaminant rejection levels, passive and active fouling resistance, and the flexibility to address specific water chemistries.

Chamate

Series C in 2008
Chamate is a modern metropolitan tea catering service provider focused on promoting Taiwanese cuisine and tea. Chamate opened their first restaurant in 2002 in Shanghai and later expanded to Beijing, Hangzhou, Nanjing, Suzhou, Shenyang, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Ningbo, Wuxi, Yiwu, Changzhou, Wuhan and Tianjin. As of August 2011, there are about 100 stores in all major Cities across China.

Telica

Series B in 2000
Telica is a telecommunications solution company that provides intelligent broadband switching systems for service providers to deploy highly dependable data and voice services over the new public network. Telica solutions aggregate, simplify and normalize the switching and transport of voice and data sessions, independent of narrowband or broadband access, through a unified broadband packet network.

Evident Software

Venture Round in 2003
Evident Software's IT Service Intelligence platform helps drive IT value. Our software makes IT usage, costs and their business drivers evident, so our clients can manage IT as an investment. Evident's global reach and patented technology is helping some of the world's largest organizations, including IBM, Fidelity Investments, and British Telecommunications, measure and communicate the business value of IT.

RebelMouse

Series A in 2013
RebelMouse, Inc. is a social media aggregator platform. The platform allows users to aggregate their social sharing, write posts, and offers analytics to see how their content is being shared and consumed. It provides Distributed Content Management System (DCMS) for social publishing. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in New York, New York.

MobiTV

Venture Round in 2019
MobiTV delivers live and on-demand video to any screen, connecting media reliably and securely anytime, anywhere, on any device. The company’s end-to-end platform delivers a true TV everywhere experience that helps service providers reduce time to market and control costs associated with the deployment and operation of high concurrency, multiple platform services. MobiTV’s connected media solutions solve the complexity of delivering video across networks, operating systems, and devices while managing associated rights. The company efficiently optimizes for network conditions to deliver multiscreen media services that center on empowering the viewer. MobiTV’s connected media solutions are tailored for IPTV operators, as well as mobile TV and over-the-top customers including AT&T, Deutsche Telekom, Sprint, T-Mobile, TELUS, US Cellular, and Verizon among others.

GreenVolts

Venture Round in 2011
According to Forbes.com article on 9/12/12 - "...a major investor abruptly withdrew financial support for the company. 'A sudden, and unexpected, change in direction from a major strategic investor has affected GreenVolts’ access to funding,' the company said Wednesday in a statement, referring to ABB, the Swiss power and automation giant. 'The impact was at the last minute and so severe that GreenVolts cannot continue normal operation and has reduced its workforce to a small team to provide customer support and engage other options, including working with potential buyers of the system, technology and IP.' " _____ GreenVolts has taken an integrated systems approach to development of complete Concentrating Photovoltaic (CPV) solutions that combines: •State-of-the-art proprietary highly concentrating optics •¢High precision, low profile, two-axis solar tracking •Intelligent power and control systems •On-board, real time, high resolution performance monitoring This unique integrated systems approach will achieve industry leading energy productivity and low overall Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE). The high energy density of GreenVolts’ CPV system enables low cost power production that can be deployed close to load, further increasing the real value of the energy generated.

Kozmo.com

Series A in 1999
Kozmo.com delivers groceries within 2 hours for less than a trip to the store.

InterSurvey

Series B in 1999
InterSurvey.com, create and match great domain platforms like the survey platform with talented people, applications and resources to build successful, value driven, web-based businesses quickly.

FiberTower

Series A in 2005
Created March 2014, FiberTower Corporation is a privately held provider of spectrum and fixed wireless services. FiberTower is the leader in millimeter band fixed wireless technology, also known as “wireless fiber.” The company offers spectrum leases and backhaul/equipment services in its 46 wide-area license areas. The services include Small Cell and Macro cell Backhaul and Transport solutions. The company enjoys longstanding veteran relationships with mobile carriers, government, community and industry customers. Prime wide-area licensed millimeter band spectrum (see map) is available for use in the 24GHz and 39GHz bands. The company engages in industry leading Research & Development (R&D) with Customers, Equipment Providers, and Deployment partners.

Airspan Networks

Post in 2004
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.

nLIGHT

Series G in 2017
nLight Photonics is developing high performance optical components that enable an increase in optical fiber bandwidth to meet demands created by the Internet. Focused on fiber optic communication systems, nLight is using its proprietary technology to reduce the need for signal regeneration and increase overall system bandwidth.

Enjoy Technology, Inc.

Series B in 2015
Enjoy is reinventing the way people buy the world’s best technology products. With every purchase, an Enjoy Expert hand delivers the product in as fast as four hours. Enjoy can meet you at your home, office, coffee shop… you name it. Upon delivery, the Expert spends an hour turning you into an expert. Experts set up your product, sync it, and show you all the cool tips and tricks. The best part, this white-glove service is free with every purchase from Enjoy.com.

CDNetworks

Private Equity Round in 2007
CDNetworks enables Global Cloud Acceleration. Our mission is to transform the Internet into a secure, reliable, scalable and high performing Application Delivery Network. CDNetworks’ unique position as the only multinational CDN with expertise and infrastructure in China, Russia and other emerging markets, enables us to be trusted partners in local markets, while serving as foremost experts on extending into global markets. Accelerating more than 40,000 global websites and cloud services over our 140 PoPs, CDNetworks serves our e-business customers across industries like finance, travel, ecommerce, learning management, high tech, manufacturing and media. CDNetworks has been serving our enterprise customers for more than 13 years, and has offices in the U.S., Korea, China, Japan, and the UK. More information at: www.cdnetworks.com.

Stretch

Series B in 2007
Stretch, Inc., a fabless semiconductor company, designs, develops, and supplies software configurable processors and development tools for compute-intensive applications. Its products include channel DVR add-in cards; channel capture cards; and DVR capture cards that provide video and audio capture, real-time display, and hardware compression features for DVR designers. The company also offers Stretch IDE, which provides an intuitive development flow, and focuses on programming and system configuration, as well as integrates compiler, debugger, assembler, profiler, linker, and editor tools under an intuitive graphical interface; Stretch reference design kits that are designed for the customers to evaluate a reference design and start the preliminary design of their own products; and Intelligent Encoder software development kit, a video processing and compression solution, which is optimized for the Stretch family of software configurable processors. Its products are used in security and surveillance, broadcast video, wireless communication, and industrial imaging applications. Stretch, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Sunnyvale, California with additional offices in Tokyo, Japan; and Krefeld, Germany.

Keep Holdings, Inc.

Series B in 2011
Keep Holdings offers products focusing on advertising, commercial email, and e-commerce to enhance the link between consumers and brands. The company's products empower consumers and brands to better connect and engage. Keep Holdings' suite of services focuses on commercial email and e-commerce with an emphasis on how the social web can bring brands and consumers together in new productive ways.

Kineto Wireless

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

Business Engine

Series C in 2000
As of February 8, 2007, Business Engine, Inc. was acquired by PlanView, Inc. Business Engine, Inc. offers portfolio management solutions for information technology (IT), and research and development companies. It offers solutions for IT planning and control, such as project portfolio management, IT financial management, application portfolio management, and business process management; new product development; and program management systems that integrate technical performance requirements, resource planning, and schedules. Its products include Business Engine Network, a Web-based environment for corporate planning, financial control, and project execution; and Planview Micro-Frame Program Manager, which is a project management solution that enables organizations to estimate the proposal or program baselines out-of-the-box proposals, baseline, forecast, resource, and government reports. The company, through its consulting partners, offers strategic planning, process improvement, transition management, technology enablement, project management, system integration, and application implementation services. In addition, it provides operating systems, databases, applications, and software development tools. The company serves aerospace and defense, financial service, manufacturing and telecommunications, pharmaceutical and healthcare, and retail industries. It has strategic partnership with UGS Corp. The company was formerly known as Micro-Frame Technologies, Inc. and it changed its name to Business Engine, Inc. in October, 1998. Business Engine, Inc. was founded in 1985 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Endgate

Venture Round in 2000
A leading supplier of RF subsystems for millimeterwave, broadband wireless access systems. Their products are used in point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, cellular backhaul and wireless fiber systems and are provided at various levels of integration depending upon the customers' needs. They include amplifiers, frequency converters and multiplers, antennas, integrated transceivers, and complete outdoor units. Their patented multi-chip integrated circuit (MCIC) or "flip chip" technology enables Endwave to design circuits that use smaller amounts of GaAs, have fewer bond wires that require manual tuning, and are well suited for high volume automated assembly. Endwave headquarters are in Sunnyvale, CA. with additional manufacturing facilities in Santa Clara and Diamond Springs.

eVoice

Series C in 2000
Since eVoice® was launched in 2000, we have been dedicated to helping small businesses manage calls more efficiently, maintain a professional image, and empower our customers with the freedom to work from anywhere. In short, eVoice® is a better way to connect. Cited by Inc. Magazine as one of the “Best Voicemail Management Services,” eVoice gives entrepreneurs and small businesses the flexibility they need to manage their communications on the go. Our service has been positively cited in Forbes, PC Magazine, Business Tech Edge, Fox News, Information Week, Biz Report, Tech Journal, Gigaom, and more. eVoice is powered by j2 Global, a cutting-edge provider of cloud-based, unified communications services for businesses worldwide. Formed in 1995, the j2 Global network provides a suite of virtual office solutions to over 11 million subscribers in over 4,700 cities, 49 countries and 6 continents. j2 operates other critical business communication services such as eFax (online fax), Campaigner (email marketing) and Keep it Safe (online backup).

Leaf Group

Series D in 2008
Leaf Group Ltd. (NYSE:LFGR) is a diversified Internet company that builds platforms across its marketplace (Society6, Saatchi Art, The Other Art Fair, Deny Designs) and media (Livestrong.com, eHow, Hunker, Sapling, Techwalla, LeafTV) properties to enable communities of creators to reach passionate audiences in large and growing lifestyle categories. In addition, Leaf Group’s content studio and diverse advertising offerings help brands and publishers find innovative ways to engage with their customers. For more information about Leaf Group, visit www.leafgroup.com.

Mahi Networks

Venture Round in 2004
Mahi Networks supplies optical transport, switching, and aggregation solutions to multiple system operators and cable wireline carriers worldwide. Mahi Networks enables service providers to efficiently manage the transition to a simpler, lower cost, and converged infrastructure. Mahi's flagship product, the Mahi Mi7, is a 320 Gbit multi-service switching system. It also offers a Vx7 Multi-Service Core Transport System with ROADM capabilities. To support the increasing demand for IP and SAN services, Mahi Networks introduced a 10-port Multi-Service ADM Transponder with SFP client interfaces supporting any combination of GbE, Fiber Channel, ESCON, FICON, and digital video services. In addition, Mahi offers a 10G Multi-Service Transponder with XFP client interfaces supporting 10GbE LAN PHY, 10GbE WAN PHY, OC-192, STM-64, and G.709 services. Mahi Networks was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Piscataway, New Jersey. Later on, Mahi Networks, Inc. was acquired by Meriton Networks, Inc.

Plastic Logic Germany

Series E in 2008
Plastic Logic Germany leads the way in developing, manufacturing and commercializing flexible displays. The company has successfully industrialized the manufacturing process in its facility, the world’s first commercial, volume, organic electronics factory. Using a stable and proven licensed technology transistor platform, the company manufactures a range of high-quality, flexible plastic displays. These shatterproof, daylight-readable displays are ultra-thin, ultra-lightweight and very low-power, offering huge advantages over conventional screens as they are extremely robust with proven lifetimes. Plastic Logic Germany also runs an open pilot line for flexible electronics. Third party companies are invited to benefit from the company’s years of experience in the industrialization and manufacture of flexible electronics. Plastic Logic Germany’s customers include OEMs and electronics manufacturers for signage and logistics, mobile electronic devices, smart-cards, wearables and more. For more information, please visit www.plasticlogic.com.

FirstRain

Venture Round in 2008
FirstRain, Inc. develops a business analytics platform that assists Fortune 1000 companies in building their strategies, creating lead generation campaigns, discovering and developing new sales opportunities, and identifying business risks. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in San Mateo, California. As of July 31, 2017, FirstRain, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Ignite Technologies, Inc.

Beam Express

Venture Round in 2006
BeamExpress, a spin-off from BeamExpress Inc, is a privately held company working in cooperation with EPFL (The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) to develop long wavelength VCSELs (Vertical Cavity Surface Emitting Laser) for high-speed optical communications as well as gas spectrometry. BeamExpress is using a unique proprietary fabrication technique – the localized wafer fusion process - developed by the members of the founding team, which provides high performance 1310nm devices up to 10Gb/s but also VCSELs laser sources with high precision wavelengths ranging from 1200nm up to 2000nm for CWDM application and for the gas sensing industry. BeamExpress is a fabless company, outsourcing its production to leading European partners.

Sphera Optical Networks

Venture Round in 2000
Sphera Optical Networks designs and develops optical metropolitan networks for ISPs, ASPs, and worldwide service providers.

Protean Electric Limited

Series E in 2018
Protean Electric is an automotive technology firm. As the world leader of in-wheel motor technology, we provide a stand-alone electric drive solution with software that enables digital vehicle control and enhances customization. ProteanDrive motors use patented technologies, digital control, and are packaged with a friction brake. Designed to withstand 300,000 km vehicle lifetime, they deliver torque vectoring, 90 degree turn radius, and a digital control platform that can support a range of AI and cloud based services including autonomous EV sensors, digital ABS, vehicle diagnostics and road condition data. ProteanDrive provides opportunities for full EV and Hybrid vehicles in all segments from TaaS, to conventional vehicle programs including heavy trucks.

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.

Resonext Communications

Series C in 2002
Resonext is a provider of integrated silicon complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) wireless local area network (WLAN) solutions for 802.11a and multiband (802.11a/b/g) platforms primarily in the United States.

Sutherland Global Services, Inc.

Venture Round in 2004
As a digital transformation company, Sutherland rethinks and rebuilds processes for the digital age by combining the speed and insight of design thinking with the scale and accuracy of data analytics. The company has been helping customers, across industries from financial services to healthcare, achieve greater agility through transformed and automated customer experiences for over 30 years. Headquartered in Rochester, N.Y., Sutherland employs thousands of professionals spanning over 80 locations and 140 countries around the world. To learn more, please visit www.sutherlandglobal.com.

NemeriX

Series B in 2005
NemeriX SA operates as a fabless semiconductor company that develops ultra-low-power, semiconductors, and software solutions for global positioning system and location-based service products. Its products include analog RF receivers, baseband, and indoor global positioning system integrates chips, as well as global positioning systems based integrated chipset. The company also offers OS support for WinCE, WinMobile, WinXP, LinuX, Symbian, and Nucleus; NeX, an extended ephemeris solution that enables mobile devices to acquire immediate positioning information in difficult garage scenarios and in harshest multi-path environments; SUPL client, which is inter-operated with several independent SUPL servers. In addition, it offers solutions to enable product integration, including evaluation boards, system software reference designs, user documentation, online support, and access to designers and global cadre of application engineers. The company’s product application areas include cellular phones, battery-powered wireless and handheld terminals, personal navigation devices, personal media players, and digital still cameras. It serves proximity-based marketing, social networking, gaming and financial authentication, navigation, tracking, and emergency markets. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Manno, Switzerland. It has a design center in Cambridge, the United Kingdom; an applications center in Seoul, Korea; a technical center in Taipei, Taiwan; and sales offices in the United States, Europe, Taiwan, and Japan.

Telica

Series B in 2002
Telica is a telecommunications solution company that provides intelligent broadband switching systems for service providers to deploy highly dependable data and voice services over the new public network. Telica solutions aggregate, simplify and normalize the switching and transport of voice and data sessions, independent of narrowband or broadband access, through a unified broadband packet network.

Major League Gaming

Series B in 2009
Major League Gaming is a digital network to promote eSports globally through premier competition and to deliver premium gaming content to viewers anytime, anywhere through its global streaming platform. It operates MLG.tv, an online broadcast network for professional level competitive gaming; the MLG Pro Circuit, the longest-running eSports league in North America; and GameBattles, the largest cross platform online gaming tournament system with 9 million registered users across the globe. Each month, Major League Gaming reaches millions of fans via web, mobile, connected TVs, and gaming consoles. It was launched in 2002 by Sundance DiGiovanni and Michael Sepso. The network is based in New York, N.Y.

Cloud Technology Partners

Series B in 2013
Cloud Technology Partners helps companies plan, design, and build cloud solutions for applications and infrastructures that reduce IT costs, streamline operations, and accelerate time to market. With a comprehensive cloud-focused service portfolio and targeted methodologies and tools, the company enables businesses and institutions to innovate through cloud computing. Its comprehensive framework for cloud adoption and dedicated software development capabilities help clients achieve business results faster, no matter where they are in their cloud transformation. Cloud Technology Partners was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

Castlight Health

Series C in 2010
Integrated Health Benefits Platform

nLIGHT

Series E in 2011
nLight Photonics is developing high performance optical components that enable an increase in optical fiber bandwidth to meet demands created by the Internet. Focused on fiber optic communication systems, nLight is using its proprietary technology to reduce the need for signal regeneration and increase overall system bandwidth.

Lizardtech

Series E in 2000
For more than two decades, LizardTech has delivered innovative software products for managing, accessing and distributing massive, high-resolution geospatial data such as aerial and satellite imagery and LiDAR data. LizardTech pioneered the MrSID technology, a powerful wavelet-based image encoder, viewer and file format. The MrSID format is supported in all major GIS applications. LizardTech has offices in Seattle, Denver, London, and Tokyo and is a business name of Celartem Technology Inc.

eStyle

Series F in 2003
eStyle operates BabyStyle, a platform that provides online and offline retail locations for baby products.

Vayusa

Series A in 2006
As of March 26, 2007, Vayusa, Inc. was acquired by Cuesol. Vayusa, Inc., doing business as MobileLime, enables mobile users to get instant rewards from favorite stores and restaurants, find special deals and events, and securely pay for purchases. Its Mobile Rewards platform enables merchants to offer customers exclusive member benefits, information-based alerts, and instant savings on items store-wide through their mobile phone. The company offers mobile marketing, rewards, and mobile wallet products and services for grocery / supermarket, general retail, and hospitality industries. Vayusa, Inc. was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Watertown, Massachusetts.

Qoo10-Indonesia

Series A in 2015
PT.Giosis(Qoo10) is founded as a joint venture with eBay; the world’s largest ecommerce service provider, to build a dynamic Pan Asia emarketplace. Giosis Gmarket offers an innovative ecommerce platform providing the customers fun, convenient, price competitive and secure shopping experiences for reliable goods and services from all over the world. Kalau ada pertanyaan, kamu bisa menghubugi customer service kami di 021-2934-3525 (senin s/d jumat 08.00 s/d 17.00) atau kirim e-mail ke help@qoo10.co.id

FirstRain

Venture Round in 2010
FirstRain, Inc. develops a business analytics platform that assists Fortune 1000 companies in building their strategies, creating lead generation campaigns, discovering and developing new sales opportunities, and identifying business risks. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in San Mateo, California. As of July 31, 2017, FirstRain, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Ignite Technologies, Inc.

Aurora Biofuels

Series C in 2010
Aurora Biofuels is now Aurora Algae. Please update your settings to follow Aurora Algae. Aurora Algae is a producer of high-performance, premium algae-based products for the pharmaceutical, nutrition, aquaculture and fuels markets. The company has developed the industry’s first commercial-scale photosynthetic platform for sustainable, algae-based product development. Aurora Algae’s proprietary algae strains and production process uses arid land, seawater and captured carbon pollution from industrial emitters resulting in more capitally efficient and more environmentally sustainable algae farming. Aurora Algae enables its customers and partners to improve the diversity and sustainability of their product portfolios, while addressing consumer demand for natural products.

Mojix Inc.

Series B in 2007
Mojix was founded in 2004 by some of the world's foremost experts in advanced signal processing technology, perfected for deep space communications. The company's mission is to leverage this technology to create a new generation of game-changing RFID systems that realize the vast potential and expand the utility of RFID throughout supply chains and enterprises. In re-defining RFID, Mojix is enabling organizations to re-invent and derive new levels of value from their supply chain management systems.

Aurora Biofuels

Private Equity Round in 2012
Aurora Biofuels is now Aurora Algae. Please update your settings to follow Aurora Algae. Aurora Algae is a producer of high-performance, premium algae-based products for the pharmaceutical, nutrition, aquaculture and fuels markets. The company has developed the industry’s first commercial-scale photosynthetic platform for sustainable, algae-based product development. Aurora Algae’s proprietary algae strains and production process uses arid land, seawater and captured carbon pollution from industrial emitters resulting in more capitally efficient and more environmentally sustainable algae farming. Aurora Algae enables its customers and partners to improve the diversity and sustainability of their product portfolios, while addressing consumer demand for natural products.

Cloud Technology Partners

Series B in 2014
Cloud Technology Partners helps companies plan, design, and build cloud solutions for applications and infrastructures that reduce IT costs, streamline operations, and accelerate time to market. With a comprehensive cloud-focused service portfolio and targeted methodologies and tools, the company enables businesses and institutions to innovate through cloud computing. Its comprehensive framework for cloud adoption and dedicated software development capabilities help clients achieve business results faster, no matter where they are in their cloud transformation. Cloud Technology Partners was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

Photobucket

Venture Round in 2008
Image and video hosting website allowing users to upload, edit and share photos

Circle

Series B in 2014
Circle provides an online platform that enables users to send money quickly and easily. Circle uses blockchain technology with Circle Pay to ease and improve how users send money. Circle expands its services with a crypto-currency investment product with Circle Invest, enabling anyone to buy and sell crypto assets. It provides crypto-coins and offer OTC trading services via Circle Trade. Its crypto-trading desk provides one of the largest global liquidity pools for digital asset trading and averages $2 billion in monthly volume. Jeremy Allaire and Sean Neville founded Circle in 2013. $140 million from investors including Jim Breyer (Facebook), Goldman Sachs, IDG Capital (Baidu, Tencent), General Catalyst (AirBnB, Snapchat) and Accel Partners backs the company, with its headquarters in Boston, and branches in New York, San Francisco, Dublin, London, and Hong Kong.

BONDS.COM

Series E in 2011
Bonds.com Group, Inc.'s wholly-owned subsidiary Bonds.com Inc. ("BCI"), a FINRA registered Broker Dealer and ATS, offers access to live liquidity and execution through its web based electronic BondsPRO platform. BondsPRO provides professional traders over 70,000 live prices (with 65 million price updates daily) on 10,000 different issues from over 300 contributing counterparties. BondsPRO posts live, anonymous, and executable orders on a single bond or list basis, and permits price negotiation. Its all-to-all connectivity allows supply to meet demand, thereby increasing efficiency and reducing spread. BCI is a neutral counterparty to all trades, acting as a riskless principal.

Mimosa Networks, Inc.

Series C in 2014
Mimosa Networks, Inc manufactures wireless broadband point-to-point and point-to-multipoint network equipment and accessories. The company also offers broadband wireless communication services. It delivers fiber-fast connectivity to service providers, enterprise, industrial, and government operators worldwide. The company was incorporated in 2012 and is based in Campbell, California. As of November 20, 2018, Mimosa Networks, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Airspan Networks Inc.

DueDil Limited

Series B in 2014
DueDil Limited owns and operates an online platform that combines sources of company information to enable other companies make data-informed decisions. It offers a unified platform to provide companies with better information about other businesses to contextualize and navigate the relationships between sets of data. The company also offers CBILS Eligibility and Endpoint assessment for businesses for Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) and the Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CLBILS). The company's solution enables its users to find, verify, manage, monitor, and connect business relationships. Its solution is used by various teams, such as sales, marketing, research, procurement, compliance, and credit risk. DueDil Limited was formerly known as Bantr Ltd. and changed its name to DueDil Limited in October 2010. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in London, United Kingdom.

FRS

Series A in 2007
The FRS Company, LLC manufactures and markets dietary supplements. The company offers drinks, concentrates, powders, and soft chews in various flavors to athletes, fitness buffs, and other champions in the United States. It serves customers through its stores, as well as via online. The FRS Company, LLC was formerly known as New Sun Nutrition LLC and changed its name to The FRS Company, LLC in July 2007. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in San Mateo, California with stores in the United States.

Parlano

Series A in 2004
Parlano, acquired by Microsoft for an undisclosed amount in 2007, is the maker of MindAlign enterprise-level team collaboration and messaging products. The MindAlign product series is a mix between email and chat platform created for business use. Microsoft plans on using the communication platform to improve Microsoft Office Communications Server and Microsoft Office Communicator. The MindAlign platform mixes the asynchronous nature of email with the real-time nature of IM to allow groups to have "persistent group chat" around "business-critical topics". They also claim that the product helps to unclutter your information silos. All their enterprise-level jargon will fit in perfectly with Microsoft.

Linux Networx

Series D in 2006
As of February 14, 2008, Linux Networx, Inc. was acquired by Silicon Graphics Inc. Linux Networx, Inc. provides Linux-based high performance computing (HPC) solutions. It architects, delivers, and supports HPC cluster solutions. The company's HPC solutions include compute, storage, and visualization solutions. It offers Clusterworx Advanced, a cluster management software, which enables administrators to install, manage, and monitor heterogeneous clusters. The company also provides technical services, such as batch scheduling implementations, application optimization, security implementations, and application configuration and tuning. It serves companies in aerospace, automotive, government, heavy equipment, academic, life sciences, heavy manufacturing, and oil and gas sectors. Linux Networx, Inc. was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Bluffdale, Utah.

Mojix Inc.

Venture Round in 2006
Mojix was founded in 2004 by some of the world's foremost experts in advanced signal processing technology, perfected for deep space communications. The company's mission is to leverage this technology to create a new generation of game-changing RFID systems that realize the vast potential and expand the utility of RFID throughout supply chains and enterprises. In re-defining RFID, Mojix is enabling organizations to re-invent and derive new levels of value from their supply chain management systems.

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.

eSolar, Inc.

Venture Round in 2008
eSolar has developed a solar thermalpower plant technology. eneration can be scaled from 46 MW to over 500 MW. eSolar's modular, scalable power plant architecture enables custom built facilities with generating capacities of 46 MW to 500 MW and energy prices that are competitive with fossil fuels. eSolar systems provide competitive energy prices even at the 46 MW level, and can expand generation capacity to over 500 MW to meet the needs of any energy retailer. eSolar constructs power plants using a tiered delivery model. The power plants are structured on a 46 MW base unit, called a "power module."

Stretch

Series C in 2012
Stretch, Inc., a fabless semiconductor company, designs, develops, and supplies software configurable processors and development tools for compute-intensive applications. Its products include channel DVR add-in cards; channel capture cards; and DVR capture cards that provide video and audio capture, real-time display, and hardware compression features for DVR designers. The company also offers Stretch IDE, which provides an intuitive development flow, and focuses on programming and system configuration, as well as integrates compiler, debugger, assembler, profiler, linker, and editor tools under an intuitive graphical interface; Stretch reference design kits that are designed for the customers to evaluate a reference design and start the preliminary design of their own products; and Intelligent Encoder software development kit, a video processing and compression solution, which is optimized for the Stretch family of software configurable processors. Its products are used in security and surveillance, broadcast video, wireless communication, and industrial imaging applications. Stretch, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Sunnyvale, California with additional offices in Tokyo, Japan; and Krefeld, Germany.

Xelus

Venture Round in 2000
Xelus (pronounced "zealous") is the recognized global leader in service inventory management solutions. Service and service parts are profit drivers for companies in the aviation, telecom, automotive, utilities, and other high-tech industries. Senior management today understands the importance of properly managing service parts inventory along with repair, maintenance and overhaul operations. They know that this affects the level of service delivered to customers. They recognize that a well-balanced, optimized service operation can generate significant profits and return on investment (ROI). Today, ROI and customer care are two of the most vital components contributing to shareholder value.

Gazillion, Inc.

Series A in 2016
Gazillion Entertainment, we develop, publish and operate diverse games on many platforms. Our goal: To build breakthrough experiences featuring world-class brands and original franchises, superior production quality and unmatched gameplay. Gazillion is headquartered in Foster City, CA.

United Messaging

Series B in 1999
United Messaging, Inc. provides enterprise messaging solutions that deliver hosted e-mail and collaboration services to business enterprises internationally. It provides electronic messaging network, consulting, and mailgration services, as well as hosted Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes/Domino, and Internet Messaging applications. United Messaging, Inc. was founded in 1999 and is based in Malvern, Pennsylvania with additional offices in West Chester, Pennsylvania; and London, England. It has a network operations center in Malvern, Pennsylvania, as well as engineering facilities in Chantilly, Virginia.

Level 5 Networks

Series B in 2005
As of April 2006, Level 5 Networks, Inc. was acquired by Solarflare Communications. Level 5 Networks, Inc. operates as a fabless semiconductor and software company. The company focuses on providing ethernet network interface cards. It offers EtherFabric network interface card hardware, which accelerates application performance, and liberates server compute power for optimizing the existing information technology infrastructure. The company also provides EtherFabric applications that communicate directly with the EtherFabric network interface card using the EtherFabric protocol libraries through the sockets, or MPI interfaces. Level 5 Networks, Inc. was formerly known as Cambridge Internetworking Limited. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California. It has an additional office in Cambridge, the United Kingdom.

PhotonEx

Series B in 2000
Photonex is the UK's showcase event dedicated to photonics and light technologies.

One Medical

Series D in 2009
One Medical is a members-only technology platform offering an array of concierge medical services. The integration of these elements allows them to offer a seamless experience that not only saves their patients time and money but also leads to better health outcomes and happier lives. The company attracts the highest caliber team of health care providers, allowing them to practice medicine the way it should be. Each of their professionals has the time to invest in personal relationships and engage in thoughtful decision-making with their patients. One Medical makes access to care frictionless with face-to-face virtual video visits available anytime. It allows practicing medicine the way it should be practiced, focusing on improving the patient experience, and challenging the healthcare status quo. One Medical was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States.

Homeportfolio.com

Series B in 1999
HomePortfolio was founded in the 1990s by Rolly Rouse and Tom Ashbrook, two friends from Yale with entrepreneurial spirits and an eagerness to stake their claim in the Internet land rush. While other design enthusiasts were tearing pages out of design magazines and dog-earing decorating books, they were creating the first ever online library of high-end home products—the type of products typically reserved for fancy Design Center showrooms that required a password and secret handshake before one would be granted admission.
Cogent Communications Group, Inc. is a facilities-based provider of Internet access and Internet Protocol (IP) communications services. Its network is specifically designed and optimized to transmit data using IP. The Company delivers its services primarily to small and medium-sized businesses, communications service providers and other organizations through approximately 21,300 customer connections in North America and Europe. The Company provides its own on-net service at a speed of 100 Megabits per second through its own facilities. Its customers in multi-tenant office buildings are law firms, financial services firms, advertising and marketing firms and other professional services businesses. It also provide on-net Internet access to certain bandwidth-intensive users, such as universities, other Internet service providers (ISPs) and commercial content providers at speeds of up to ten Gigabits per second.

NextG Networks

Venture Round in 2008
NextG Networks enhances the performance of existing mobile wireless infrastructure while meeting communities' desire for aesthetic installations. NextG is a facilities-based carrier's carrier that designs, permits, builds, owns, operates and manages Distributed Antenna System networks that enhance wireless performance. NextG Networks DAS networks balance the aesthetics requirements of communities and consumers with the network performance needs of wireless carriers. Performance improvements include increased voice quality, greater handling of call traffic, fewer dropped calls, better mobile coverage, faster file transfers, and enhanced video quality. NextG's innovative fiber-optic architecture, low-impact, low-emission equipment, and municipal rights-of-way agreements are the foundation of each NextG DAS Network. Because the networks are protocol and frequency neutral, they can carry cellular, PCS, 3G or any combination of wireless frequencies, standards and technologies. The networks serve residential, urban, and difficult-to-zone areas across the United States for numerous carriers of all sizes.

United Devices

Series A in 2000
United Devices will add representatives from GE Equity, Constellation Ventures and Oak Investment Partners to its board of directors. United Devices develops software designed to utilize idle computer processing power, storage and bandwidth to give companies more resources in each of these areas.

Attivio, Inc.

Series D in 2012
Attivio puts search at the core of every enterprise. We efficiently help our customers uncover truths and surface insights that transform productivity, create greater customer intimacy, and decrease risk. Fortune 1000 companies use Attivio to deliver answers and insights into Customer Support, Unified Digital Workplace, and Risk Avoidance scenarios across their organization.  By easily integrating every data source into one always-learning, machine learning-based search platform, Attivio enables enterprises to answer the most complex questions, by providing immediate insight across all information, at a fraction of the cost of other solutions. For more information, please visit www.attivio.com.
Cogent Communications Group, Inc. is a facilities-based provider of Internet access and Internet Protocol (IP) communications services. Its network is specifically designed and optimized to transmit data using IP. The Company delivers its services primarily to small and medium-sized businesses, communications service providers and other organizations through approximately 21,300 customer connections in North America and Europe. The Company provides its own on-net service at a speed of 100 Megabits per second through its own facilities. Its customers in multi-tenant office buildings are law firms, financial services firms, advertising and marketing firms and other professional services businesses. It also provide on-net Internet access to certain bandwidth-intensive users, such as universities, other Internet service providers (ISPs) and commercial content providers at speeds of up to ten Gigabits per second.

NeoPhotonics Corporation

Venture Round in 2008
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

Solarflare Communications

Corporate Round in 2018
Solarflare Communications is a computer networking company that specializes in providing neural-class networks, technologies for ultra-scale, and software-defined. It also provides a comprehensive, integrated set of technologies for distributed, ultra-scale, software-defined datacenters. It was founded in 2001 and headquartered in Irvine, California.

NanoH2O

Venture Round in 2011
NanoH2O enhances current polymer-based membranes with a nano-structured material that allows additional control of key membrane properties. The result is a wide array of advantageous membrane characteristics including improved throughput at requisite salt and contaminant rejection levels, passive and active fouling resistance, and the flexibility to address specific water chemistries.

MobiTV

Series C in 2006
MobiTV delivers live and on-demand video to any screen, connecting media reliably and securely anytime, anywhere, on any device. The company’s end-to-end platform delivers a true TV everywhere experience that helps service providers reduce time to market and control costs associated with the deployment and operation of high concurrency, multiple platform services. MobiTV’s connected media solutions solve the complexity of delivering video across networks, operating systems, and devices while managing associated rights. The company efficiently optimizes for network conditions to deliver multiscreen media services that center on empowering the viewer. MobiTV’s connected media solutions are tailored for IPTV operators, as well as mobile TV and over-the-top customers including AT&T, Deutsche Telekom, Sprint, T-Mobile, TELUS, US Cellular, and Verizon among others.

Precision Medicine Group

Private Equity Round in 2017
At Precision Medicine Group, we deliver specialty services that help our life science clients navigate these challenges. For research and development, we bring highly specialized biomarker, laboratory, and clinical trial services as well as the regulatory expertise to manage the precision development pathway. To address commercial excellence, we bring a uniquely specialized set of services that integrate the generation and communication of the evidence necessary to establish value, optimize access, and drive demand. These include integrated market access, advanced payer analytics, health economics, and marketing communications.

Kineto Wireless

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

Knowledge Networks

Series D in 2002
Knowledge Networks, Inc., a consumer information company, delivers consumer insights and research to researchers and marketers. It offers Knowledge Networks/SRI, which provides media research; and Knowledge Networks/PDI, which provides promotion research. The company also provides practices in media, marketing, advertising, and government and academic studies. In addition, it involves in study designs, analytics, and custom panel creation. Further, the company delivers online research through Internet panel. It serves consumer packaged goods and retail, pharmaceuticals and healthcare, government and academic research, media, yellow pages research, and financial services industries. Knowledge Networks was formerly known as InterSurvey, Inc. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Menlo Park, California.

Kineto Wireless

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

eSolar, Inc.

Venture Round in 2013
eSolar has developed a solar thermalpower plant technology. eneration can be scaled from 46 MW to over 500 MW. eSolar's modular, scalable power plant architecture enables custom built facilities with generating capacities of 46 MW to 500 MW and energy prices that are competitive with fossil fuels. eSolar systems provide competitive energy prices even at the 46 MW level, and can expand generation capacity to over 500 MW to meet the needs of any energy retailer. eSolar constructs power plants using a tiered delivery model. The power plants are structured on a 46 MW base unit, called a "power module."

MobiTV

Venture Round in 2013
MobiTV delivers live and on-demand video to any screen, connecting media reliably and securely anytime, anywhere, on any device. The company’s end-to-end platform delivers a true TV everywhere experience that helps service providers reduce time to market and control costs associated with the deployment and operation of high concurrency, multiple platform services. MobiTV’s connected media solutions solve the complexity of delivering video across networks, operating systems, and devices while managing associated rights. The company efficiently optimizes for network conditions to deliver multiscreen media services that center on empowering the viewer. MobiTV’s connected media solutions are tailored for IPTV operators, as well as mobile TV and over-the-top customers including AT&T, Deutsche Telekom, Sprint, T-Mobile, TELUS, US Cellular, and Verizon among others.

LexiQuest

Series C in 2000
LexiQuest develops language-driven software solutions that improve information retrieval and sharing of knowledge. It was founded in 1997. LexiQuest is based in New York, United States.

Talisma

Venture Round in 2005
Talisma has been a global provider of dynamic customer relationship management (CRM) products and services to recognized leaders in finance, banking, education, technology, telecommunications, and other industries. From the automation of sales and marketing, to customer portals and support, helpdesk and analytics, the company's offerings help organizations integrate multiple channels of communication and build successful, long-term relationships with customers and constituents.

NeoPhotonics Corporation

Series B in 2004
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

CoVi Technologies

Venture Round in 2005
CoVi Technologies provides security solutions for businesses, governments, and individuals. The company's solutions are used to safeguard valuable assets, deter crime, monitor facilities, respond to security issues, and provide evidentiary material. It develops and manufactures high-definition video surveillance systems. The company offers high definition sensor based products, including high definition cameras, distributed media managers/recorders, and crystal high definition surveillance system software, as well as varifocal and monofocal lenses. It also serves gaming, banking, education, and retail industries. CoVi Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas with an additional office in Henley-on-Thames, the United Kingdom.

Pulsewave RF

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

FRS

Venture Round in 2013
The FRS Company, LLC manufactures and markets dietary supplements. The company offers drinks, concentrates, powders, and soft chews in various flavors to athletes, fitness buffs, and other champions in the United States. It serves customers through its stores, as well as via online. The FRS Company, LLC was formerly known as New Sun Nutrition LLC and changed its name to The FRS Company, LLC in July 2007. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in San Mateo, California with stores in the United States.

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.

Homespace

Series B in 1999
An online provider of mortgage, real estate and home services.

Plastic Logic Germany

Series D in 2007
Plastic Logic Germany leads the way in developing, manufacturing and commercializing flexible displays. The company has successfully industrialized the manufacturing process in its facility, the world’s first commercial, volume, organic electronics factory. Using a stable and proven licensed technology transistor platform, the company manufactures a range of high-quality, flexible plastic displays. These shatterproof, daylight-readable displays are ultra-thin, ultra-lightweight and very low-power, offering huge advantages over conventional screens as they are extremely robust with proven lifetimes. Plastic Logic Germany also runs an open pilot line for flexible electronics. Third party companies are invited to benefit from the company’s years of experience in the industrialization and manufacture of flexible electronics. Plastic Logic Germany’s customers include OEMs and electronics manufacturers for signage and logistics, mobile electronic devices, smart-cards, wearables and more. For more information, please visit www.plasticlogic.com.

DueDil Limited

Series A in 2013
DueDil Limited owns and operates an online platform that combines sources of company information to enable other companies make data-informed decisions. It offers a unified platform to provide companies with better information about other businesses to contextualize and navigate the relationships between sets of data. The company also offers CBILS Eligibility and Endpoint assessment for businesses for Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) and the Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CLBILS). The company's solution enables its users to find, verify, manage, monitor, and connect business relationships. Its solution is used by various teams, such as sales, marketing, research, procurement, compliance, and credit risk. DueDil Limited was formerly known as Bantr Ltd. and changed its name to DueDil Limited in October 2010. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in London, United Kingdom.

Radisphere Radiology

Series C in 2010
Radisphere is the leading provider of standards-based radiology delivery solutions for health systems, with more than 100 clients in 28 states. We use cloud-based workflow management technology with advanced routing logic and 24/7 care management services to connect the hospitals and radiology groups across a system. By centralizing the management of radiology, Radisphere enables systems to leverage their own scale to deliver higher quality and lower cost care. Our clients can also standardize on our industry leading teleradiology services to enable final reads around-the-clock and scalable subspecialty coverage. Radisphere is transforming the practice of radiology at health systems by establishing measurable performance standards and accountability for diagnostic accuracy, appropriate utilization, service level excellence and patient care.

FirstRain

Venture Round in 2011
FirstRain, Inc. develops a business analytics platform that assists Fortune 1000 companies in building their strategies, creating lead generation campaigns, discovering and developing new sales opportunities, and identifying business risks. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in San Mateo, California. As of July 31, 2017, FirstRain, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Ignite Technologies, Inc.

Cereva Networks

Series B in 2000
Cereva Networks was a victim of swiftly shrinking corporate IT budgets. The company failed to meet the demand for a start-up large-scale, storage systems. Resulted in abruptly shutting down and laid off 140 employees.

eStyle

Series F in 2004
eStyle operates BabyStyle, a platform that provides online and offline retail locations for baby products.

Esprit Pharma

Series B in 2006
Esprit Pharma is a pharmaceutical company focused on specialty therapeutics and committed to improving patient well-being in the urology and OB/GYN areas by providing products that contribute to bettering patient outcomes.

Leapstone Systems

Series B in 2003
Leapstone Systems, Inc. provides communication software solutions to network operators in the United States. The company offers Communications Convergence Engine that is a software platform, which enables operators to design, package, deploy, and manage a range of compelling content and services. Its products include CCE serviceBROKER's, which enables operators to integrate various services, including voice, IPTV,

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.

Collabera

Venture Round in 2006
Collabera is a fast growing, end-to-end information technology services and solutions provider working with leading Global 2000 organizations from the Financial Services, Communications, Media, Manufacturing, Retail, Energy and Utilities domains. Collabera delivers highly responsive and innovative solutions that help clients align their IT strategy with business goals to address the most important IT needs through a combination of consulting solutions, proprietary methodologies, assets based services and a Collaborative Engagement Model. Collabera employs over 6500 professionals across more than 20 offices and three world-class delivery centers in the US, Europe and India. We deliver a full portfolio of services that include IT Consulting, Application Development and Management, Independent Testing, Infrastructure Management Services, Enterprise Software Solutions, Business Intelligence & Data Warehousing as well as Professional Services.

White Rock Networks

Series D in 2002
As of 2006, White Rock Networks, Inc. was acquired by Turin Networks, Inc. White Rock Networks, Inc. provides transport and switching, ethernet service delivery, and Internet protocol (IP) aggregation solutions for carriers. It offers transport and switching solutions, such as SONET transport, ethernet and TDM access, integrated ADM/DCS, standalone mini DCS, DWDM, and wireless backhaul, as well as dispersion compensation, pre-amplification, post-amplification, and in line amplification. The company also offers on-net and off-net ethernet service delivery; and IP aggregation services, such as router port aggregation, backhaul, and carrier-grade VoIP. White Rock Networks was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Richardson, Texas.

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

Veebeam Ltd.

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

Vesta

Venture Round in 2003
Vesta Corporation is an innovator and worldwide leader in client-branded electronic payment solutions. Vesta has processed hundreds of millions of secure payments for goods and services through a variety of channels, including the Internet, mobile phones, retail point of sale, and industry-leading mobile commerce applications. Vesta enables clients worldwide to increase revenue and reduce costs by eliminating fraud losses, developing consumer-friendly payment capabilities, consolidating financial operations, and providing robust data security.

Bleacher Report

Venture Round in 2011
Bleacher Report (B/R), bleacherreport.com, a division of Turner Sports, is a leading publisher of original and entertaining sports content and one of the fastest growing sports media Web sites in the U.S. Bleacher Report was founded in 2007 by four lifelong fans who'd consumed their fill of bland Internet sports content. Since launching in 2008, B/R’s Web site has grown to a massive audience. The result is first-rate sports commentary that gives B/R’s audience the stories they want to read in real-time. Bleacher Report also has a five-star mobile App and some the Web's most popular email newsletters. B/R's goal is to deliver engaging digital media experiences to sports fans all over the world.

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.

BoxerJam.com

Series B in 1999
BoxerJam produces primetime online gameshows. It allows advertisers to serve television commercials to audiences between rounds of their games. BoxerJam is a U.S.-based company that was founded in 1995 and it was acquired by Media General on June 5, 2002.

Flooz

Venture Round in 2000
Flooz.com is an online gift giving platform to send electronic greeting cards and online gift currency to anyone with an e-mail address.

ReliOn

Venture Round in 2008
ReliOn is the world leader in the development and marketing of modular, cartridge-based, proton exchange membrane fuel cell technology. Currently, they are marketing a range of stationary fuel cells for emergency and backup power requirements, uninterruptible power supplies, digital power needs and a variety of off grid power requirements. ReliOn serves private and public entities as diverse as telecommunications, energy, transportation, and government. Their PEM fuel cells are commercially available today. They have sold and delivered more than 1,900kW of fuel cells in the U.S. and abroad, and count among their customers major telecommunications providers, government communication sites and utilities.

BridgeWave Communications

Series C in 2007
BridgeWave Communications is a supplier of outdoor Gigabit wireless connectivity solutions. BridgeWave's point-to-point, wireless solutions are typically deployed in mainstream enterprise and service provider network applications and are poised to play a key role in the migration to 4G mobile network backhaul.

Gazillion, Inc.

Series B in 2016
Gazillion Entertainment, we develop, publish and operate diverse games on many platforms. Our goal: To build breakthrough experiences featuring world-class brands and original franchises, superior production quality and unmatched gameplay. Gazillion is headquartered in Foster City, CA.

Solarflare Communications

Venture Round in 2008
Solarflare Communications is a computer networking company that specializes in providing neural-class networks, technologies for ultra-scale, and software-defined. It also provides a comprehensive, integrated set of technologies for distributed, ultra-scale, software-defined datacenters. It was founded in 2001 and headquartered in Irvine, California.

NowThis

Series B in 2013
NowThis Media, Inc. produces short video news clips for social and mobile audiences. It produces daily video updates for Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Twitter, Vine, YouTube, Android, and Apple applications; and the mobile Web. NowThis Media, Inc. was formerly known as PlanetDaily Network, Inc. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in New York, New York.

Federated Media

Series C in 2008
Federated Media is an integrated media company that drives engagement for brands through pure native content and advertising solutions. Federated Media is involved in many content marketing activities: represents online publishers and their properties to advertisers; supports other properties sponsored by advertiser clients; and owns and operates websites. It also offers media and ad solutions, including standard IAB ads, STAMP and other high-impact ads, engagement ads, conversationalists, social frames, and conversation targeting; content marketing services through custom content series and sponsored blog posts; and advertising opportunities on sponsored properties and communities.
YoYi Media (Beijing) Interactive Advertising Co., Ltd. provides online advertising and marketing solutions for advertisers and media publishers in China. The company offers research and development of online precision targeting technology and Internet marketing services. Its online digital advertising management and advertising services include insight of target audience network; targeted advertisement delivery, management, and optimization; customer relationship management; innovation and creativity testing; and media planning and purchasing. The company also provides impression-based and performance-based advertising solutions. In addition, it offers YO-Focus, YO-Crazy, and YO-Target, which enable marketers and brands to reach targeted audience based on their demographics, behavior, expectation, time, and location. Further, the company assists in the implementation of digital media strategies through various channels of digital integrated communication. It serves brands and their agency partners through an advertising network, which includes portals and vertical sites. YoYi Media (Beijing) Interactive Advertising Co., Ltd. was founded in 2007 and is based in Beijing, China, with branches/support centers in Shanghai and Guangzhou, China.

Movik Networks

Series C in 2011
Movik Networks is headquartered near Boston, MA and has an R&D group in Bangalore, India. The company is focused on delivering purpose-built solutions that bring content and application awareness to the edge of the mobile network. Movik is led by a seasoned management team with a proven track record of delivering products to carriers.

B5M.COM

Series A in 2012
B5M, “help me buy” in Chinese, is the most comprehensive, accurate, and unbiased Chinese shopping search portal across multiple vertical categories. It offers hundreds of millions of business-to-consumer products, product and merchant reviews, group-buy deals, discount products, and shopping-related web articles, and it’s innovative shopping community features help Chinese consumers make informed purchasing decisions. B5M, founded in 2007, is headquartered in Shanghai with offices in Beijing, Hangzhou, and Seoul. The company also provides e-commerce search and recommendation engines to e-commerce sites to create a better user experience and higher conversion rates. B5M operates its own advertisement network to deliver hundreds of millions of clicks daily from hundreds of premier media sites as well as B5M.com to thousands of E-commerce websites and other advertisers. The company has raised Series A round of $7M, led by Oak Investment Partners, in Feb 2012, and Series B round of $16M, led by ClearVue Partners, in Apr 2013. The company has over 8M UV a day and 60M PV a day through the company’s website, browser plugin, and mobile apps, and the traffic continues to rapidly increase.

Bright Tiger Technologies

Series B in 1997
Bright Tiger Technologies is a software company. The company's intelligent cluster software provides organizations with a set of server-side software tools for building and managing highly available and high-performance server infrastructures for next generation intranet and Internet applications. Bright Tiger Technologies is a U.S.-based company that was founded in 1996 and the company was acquired by Allaire Corporation on April 23, 1999.

Digital Media Group

Series B in 2007
Digital Media Group operates digital media networks inside subway systems. It was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in China.

Deem, Inc.

Venture Round in 2013
Deem is a technology platform for the business travel industry focusing on travel, car service, and expense solutions. Its mission is to make business travel less complicated for travelers, less costly for employers, and more profitable for service providers. Using its industry-leading software solutions, employees book travel and car service and report those expenses faster and more easily than ever before. Corporations control costs more effectively. Travel management companies deliver more engaging customer experiences. Car service operators benefit from new efficiencies and widen their customer reach. The company was founded in 1999 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Movaz Networks

Series B in 2001
Movaz Networks manufactures broadband optical transport systems. The company provides wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) equipment; and a portfolio of WDM transport and reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexing solutions that incorporate advanced optical transport, distributed photonic switching, generalized multi-protocol lambda switching protocols, and standards based network management. Movaz Networks offers its products through direct sales, a private label partnership, and value added resellers to telecommunications carriers, cable network providers, research and educational organizations, and government agencies. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Norcross, Georgia.

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.

nLIGHT

Series D in 2007
nLight Photonics is developing high performance optical components that enable an increase in optical fiber bandwidth to meet demands created by the Internet. Focused on fiber optic communication systems, nLight is using its proprietary technology to reduce the need for signal regeneration and increase overall system bandwidth.

Good Technology

Series C in 2014
Good Technology Corporation provides secure mobility solutions for enterprises and governments worldwide. It offers a suite of collaboration applications, such as Good Launcher, a mobile desktop solution for business, Good Work, a mobile workforce for business-class e-mail and collaboration, Good Access, a browser that allows users to access the corporate Intranets and Web applications, and Good Share, a solution that enables mobile business users to access, download, and share documents. It was founded in 1996 and headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.

KAYAK

Series D in 2007
KAYAK helps millions of travelers around the globe make confident travel decisions. As one of the world’s leading travel search engines, KAYAK searches other sites to show travelers the information they need to find the right flights, hotels, rental cars and vacation packages. KAYAK offers a variety of tools and features such as KAYAK trips, explore, and price forecast. In addition, KAYAK also manages a portfolio of metasearch brands including: SWOODOO, checkfelix, momondo, Cheapflights, Mundi and HotelsCombined that together process 6 billion queries across our platforms each year. KAYAK is part of Booking Holdings Inc. and operates sites in more than 60 countries and territories. KAYAK was launched in the US in 2004 by a team of industry leaders including Steve Hafner (CEO) a co-founder of Orbitz, Paul English (CTO) a former VP of technology at Intuit, Terrell Jones (Chairman), founder of Travelocity, and Greg Slyngstad (Director), a co-founder of Expedia.

X-IO

Venture Round in 2013
X-IO is a storage industry related company delivering unmatched price or performance, reliability, and scale for enterprise, cloud applications, and infrastructure. Its “Intelligent Storage Element” systems are based on two decades of invention and investment by veteran storage industry experts. The features of X-IO’s plug-and-perform “Intelligent Storage Element” storage arrays are accelerate transactional, reporting and business intelligence applications by a factor of 3x or more; drives extreme performance and scale for virtual desktop and virtualized server infrastructures; and with five- to seven-year duty cycles, a super-efficient energy and space profile. X-IO solutions have been recognized as SQL Server Magazine and Windows IT Pro’s 2011 Editors’ Best Gold Medal winners, the 2012 Best of TechEd “Hardware and Storage Product” and “Attendees’ Pick” Awards, and inclusion in CRN’s 2012 Data Center 100 List.

Argus Information & Advisory Services

Private Equity Round in 2007
Argus is a one-of-a-kind provider of information, scoring solutions and advisory services to financial institutions across the globe.

FirstRain

Venture Round in 2006
FirstRain, Inc. develops a business analytics platform that assists Fortune 1000 companies in building their strategies, creating lead generation campaigns, discovering and developing new sales opportunities, and identifying business risks. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in San Mateo, California. As of July 31, 2017, FirstRain, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Ignite Technologies, Inc.

HuffPost

Series C in 2008
The Huffington Post is an online news provider and blog that offers coverage of U.S. politics, entertainment, style, world news, technology, and comedy. It is comprised of 80,000 bloggers and 126 million monthly visitors. In 2012, The Huffington Post became the first commercially run United States digital media enterprise to win a Pulitzer Prize. It was launched in 2005 and is based in New York, N.Y.

White Rock Networks

Series B in 2000
As of 2006, White Rock Networks, Inc. was acquired by Turin Networks, Inc. White Rock Networks, Inc. provides transport and switching, ethernet service delivery, and Internet protocol (IP) aggregation solutions for carriers. It offers transport and switching solutions, such as SONET transport, ethernet and TDM access, integrated ADM/DCS, standalone mini DCS, DWDM, and wireless backhaul, as well as dispersion compensation, pre-amplification, post-amplification, and in line amplification. The company also offers on-net and off-net ethernet service delivery; and IP aggregation services, such as router port aggregation, backhaul, and carrier-grade VoIP. White Rock Networks was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Richardson, Texas.

Boston Power

Private Equity Round in 2011
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.

One Medical

Series E in 2011
One Medical is a members-only technology platform offering an array of concierge medical services. The integration of these elements allows them to offer a seamless experience that not only saves their patients time and money but also leads to better health outcomes and happier lives. The company attracts the highest caliber team of health care providers, allowing them to practice medicine the way it should be. Each of their professionals has the time to invest in personal relationships and engage in thoughtful decision-making with their patients. One Medical makes access to care frictionless with face-to-face virtual video visits available anytime. It allows practicing medicine the way it should be practiced, focusing on improving the patient experience, and challenging the healthcare status quo. One Medical was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States.

Prong

Series A in 2014
Prong is a consumer electronics company that is dedicated to designing and manufacturing innovative accessories for electronic devices. It specializes in the fields of mobile power, hardware, and design. Prong was founded in 2011 and headquartered in New York, United States.

Wave7 Optics

Venture Round in 2004
Wave7 Optics is the industry leader in optical broadband access systems, with an expanding Fiber-to-thePremise (FTTP) product portfolio featuring a variety of architectural options, based on IP and Ethernet standards for triple-play voice, video and data services. The company's universal access platform Trident7TM and Last Mile LinkTM systems are rapidly gaining market share around the world with service providers in the IOC, CLEC, cable MSO, municipal, utilities and real estate development categories.

ZenZui

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

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.

PWRF

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

Talisma

Series A in 2000
Talisma has been a global provider of dynamic customer relationship management (CRM) products and services to recognized leaders in finance, banking, education, technology, telecommunications, and other industries. From the automation of sales and marketing, to customer portals and support, helpdesk and analytics, the company's offerings help organizations integrate multiple channels of communication and build successful, long-term relationships with customers and constituents.

Tikona Infinet Limited

Venture Round in 2014
Tikona Broadband is a Mumbai based company that primarily provides wireless broadband connectivity, amongst other services. The company began its operations in 2008. The brand has an IP network that is functional in 25 cities across India and is planning to expand its footprint to tier-III and new urban and semi-urban markets. Tikona Digital Networks has an all India class A ISP license granted by the Ministry of Communications, Govt. of India, for the purpose of building the next generation wireless broadband services for home and enterprise customers in India. Tikona is expected to deploy 4G LTE network and provide coverage to several smaller cities and towns in India by the end of 2015. The rates of the 4G internet are predicted to be relatively affordable to enable more people to get access to internet. LTE is one of the best standards for wireless communication of high-speed data for mobile phones and data terminals. This would ensure better connectivity and uninterrupted services for customers. It is also expected that Tikona would build comprehensive services framework, which can be outsourced to various service providers globally, that would deliver various next generation services to customers. The infrastructure would be designed to provide multimedia content, video, voice and other IT applications facilities though broadband or an IP based network. Tikona Broadband plans include several low rate internet connection plans such as the 2 MBps and the 4 MBps plans with the option of unlimited data offer. Additionally, it also offers secure Wi-Fi solutions for offices. It uses WPA2 Enterprise to offer access to Wi-Fi and also has an inbuilt ‘Quality of Service’ feature and helps deploy a leased line connection wirelessly without disrupting existing wired network. Tikona also facilitates optimal usage of bandwidth by implementing a load-sharing method. Tikona Infinet is a subsidiary of the company that mainly offers services to the domestic enterprise market. Wireless last mile access is offered by the brand for its Virtual Private Network (VPN) and the Internet facilities. The services offered by this subsidiary include business mailing, data center and network facility management, VPN, and internet solutions, among other options. Using its wireless last mile feature, connectivity is extended to regions across India through Tikona Infinet’s Points of Presence (POP). The whole process is carried out through the brand’s Wireless Broadband (WBB) base stations located at each POP. The company meets several global standards with its state-of-the-art data center infrastructure as corroborated by many customers with their positive reviews about Tikona. Many of those reviews about Tikona Broadband states that it offers expandability, flexibility, manageability and scalability that is required for today’s networked business enterprises.

Linux Networx

Series B in 2004
As of February 14, 2008, Linux Networx, Inc. was acquired by Silicon Graphics Inc. Linux Networx, Inc. provides Linux-based high performance computing (HPC) solutions. It architects, delivers, and supports HPC cluster solutions. The company's HPC solutions include compute, storage, and visualization solutions. It offers Clusterworx Advanced, a cluster management software, which enables administrators to install, manage, and monitor heterogeneous clusters. The company also provides technical services, such as batch scheduling implementations, application optimization, security implementations, and application configuration and tuning. It serves companies in aerospace, automotive, government, heavy equipment, academic, life sciences, heavy manufacturing, and oil and gas sectors. Linux Networx, Inc. was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in Bluffdale, Utah.

Good Technology

Series H in 2005
Good Technology Corporation provides secure mobility solutions for enterprises and governments worldwide. It offers a suite of collaboration applications, such as Good Launcher, a mobile desktop solution for business, Good Work, a mobile workforce for business-class e-mail and collaboration, Good Access, a browser that allows users to access the corporate Intranets and Web applications, and Good Share, a solution that enables mobile business users to access, download, and share documents. It was founded in 1996 and headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.

Fastclick

Series A in 2004
Fastclick is a provider of Internet advertising technologies and services.

iCrossing

Series F in 2008
iCrossing, a digital marketing company, holds its own marketing platform, which can be tailored for clients. The company also offers planning services and development services. Its planning services include primary customer research, competitive and market research, persona development, digital marketing strategy, integrated search marketing strategy, social media/word-of-mouth strategy, mobile marketing strategy, analytics and performance planning, and marketing intelligence dashboarding. Its development services include search engine marketing (SEO/SEM), display and rich media advertising, email marketing, mobile marketing and site development, website development, social media campaign development, and emerging media development. iCrossing, formerly known as International Crossing, is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona and has offices worldwide.

Cloud Technology Partners

Series B in 2015
Cloud Technology Partners helps companies plan, design, and build cloud solutions for applications and infrastructures that reduce IT costs, streamline operations, and accelerate time to market. With a comprehensive cloud-focused service portfolio and targeted methodologies and tools, the company enables businesses and institutions to innovate through cloud computing. Its comprehensive framework for cloud adoption and dedicated software development capabilities help clients achieve business results faster, no matter where they are in their cloud transformation. Cloud Technology Partners was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

Airgo Networks

Series D in 2004
Airgo Network provided WLAN products to both manufacturers of access points and laptop computers.

Sundrop Fuels, Inc.

Series A in 2008
Sundrop Fuels, Inc. operates as a bio-based fuel and chemical company that engages in transforming cellulosic biomass into bio-based gasoline, jet, diesel, and aviation fuels for automobiles, diesel engines, and aircraft. The company converts biomass to renewable synthesis gas by its proprietary high-temperature bioreforming system. Sundrop Fuels, Inc. was formerly known as Solarec, Inc. The company was incorporated in 2007 and is headquartered in Longmont, Colorado.

Stretch

Series A in 2006
Stretch, Inc., a fabless semiconductor company, designs, develops, and supplies software configurable processors and development tools for compute-intensive applications. Its products include channel DVR add-in cards; channel capture cards; and DVR capture cards that provide video and audio capture, real-time display, and hardware compression features for DVR designers. The company also offers Stretch IDE, which provides an intuitive development flow, and focuses on programming and system configuration, as well as integrates compiler, debugger, assembler, profiler, linker, and editor tools under an intuitive graphical interface; Stretch reference design kits that are designed for the customers to evaluate a reference design and start the preliminary design of their own products; and Intelligent Encoder software development kit, a video processing and compression solution, which is optimized for the Stretch family of software configurable processors. Its products are used in security and surveillance, broadcast video, wireless communication, and industrial imaging applications. Stretch, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Sunnyvale, California with additional offices in Tokyo, Japan; and Krefeld, Germany.

OraPharma Inc. (acquired by JNJ)

Venture Round in 1998
OraPharma is a specialty pharmaceutical company that develops and commercializes products that help improve and maintain oral health. They are dedicated to delivering scientifically and technologically advanced products to dental professionals and their practices. ARESTIN® (minocycline HCl) Microspheres, 1 mg is a locally administered antibiotic (LAA) offering a patented microsphere technology. OraPharma is proud to have introduced this revolutionary approach to treating periodontitis as an adjunct to scaling and root planing and continues to take a leadership role in educating clinicians and consumers on the disease. Read more about ARESTIN® or click here for Prescribing Information.

ProactiveNet

Series D in 2001
ProactiveNet, Inc. is the leading provider of operations performance assurance solutions for applications and web technology infrastructures. The company's solutions enable businesses to deliver a consistently positive web experience to end-users resulting in measurable improvements in customer loyalty, operational efficiency and online revenues. Customers report positive ROI in less than three months and include leading enterprises such AIG, eBay, Ford and Walmart.com. ProactiveNet has been named one of Computerworld's Top 100 Emerging Companies to Watch in 2001, and is a winner of The 2001 CrossRoads A-list Award. The company is headquartered in Silicon Valley at 2150 Gold Street, Alviso, CA 95002-2159. International offices are located in the UK and India.

Integrated Solutions

Series A in 2004
Integrated Solutions is a full-service Hardware and Networking Company.

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

Movaz Networks

Venture Round in 2006
Movaz Networks manufactures broadband optical transport systems. The company provides wavelength division multiplexing (WDM) equipment; and a portfolio of WDM transport and reconfigurable optical add-drop multiplexing solutions that incorporate advanced optical transport, distributed photonic switching, generalized multi-protocol lambda switching protocols, and standards based network management. Movaz Networks offers its products through direct sales, a private label partnership, and value added resellers to telecommunications carriers, cable network providers, research and educational organizations, and government agencies. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Norcross, Georgia.

Caspian Networks

Venture Round in 2005
Caspian Networks (formerly PacketCom) is an Internet infrastructure company designing a breakthrough new generation of equipment for the heart of the largest networks in the world – the service provider networks upon which the Internet is based. Company shut down.

Lightwave Microsystems Corporation

Series E in 2000
Lightwave Microsystems engages in the design, customization, and manufacture of a range of passive and active waveguide components and integrated devices.

Sigma Networks

Series A in 2001
Broadband networking technology.

sovrn

Venture Round in 2015
sovrn believes content creators and publishers are the soul of the Internet. Their content is what makes the Internet great. That’s why we give content creators tools to make money; access to distribution and scale to grow their audience; and a massive data commons for extraordinary insights. At sovrn we don’t just plug into the online advertising ecosystem. We own & operate a proprietary ad technology stack with direct connections to every major buyer in the world. sovrn is headquartered in Boulder, Colo. with offices in Denver and New York.

Protean Electric Limited

Series D in 2016
Protean Electric is an automotive technology firm. As the world leader of in-wheel motor technology, we provide a stand-alone electric drive solution with software that enables digital vehicle control and enhances customization. ProteanDrive motors use patented technologies, digital control, and are packaged with a friction brake. Designed to withstand 300,000 km vehicle lifetime, they deliver torque vectoring, 90 degree turn radius, and a digital control platform that can support a range of AI and cloud based services including autonomous EV sensors, digital ABS, vehicle diagnostics and road condition data. ProteanDrive provides opportunities for full EV and Hybrid vehicles in all segments from TaaS, to conventional vehicle programs including heavy trucks.

Maestro Health

Series A in 2016
Founded in 2013, Maestro Health is an American employee benefits company that provides integrated one-stop shopping experiences, along with private-labeled exchange solutions. It also offers employee health and benefits management solutions for brokers, small employers, and Fortune 1000 organizations. It combines private exchange, benefits administration, enrollment, self-insurance, healthcare savings account administration, and components on its integrated mobile and web platform, maestroEDGE. The company owns and operates a proprietary private exchange and medical TPA, which allows the streamlined integration of care management to drive down costs for employers.

nLIGHT

Series F in 2015
nLight Photonics is developing high performance optical components that enable an increase in optical fiber bandwidth to meet demands created by the Internet. Focused on fiber optic communication systems, nLight is using its proprietary technology to reduce the need for signal regeneration and increase overall system bandwidth.

BridgeWave Communications

Venture Round in 2009
BridgeWave Communications is a supplier of outdoor Gigabit wireless connectivity solutions. BridgeWave's point-to-point, wireless solutions are typically deployed in mainstream enterprise and service provider network applications and are poised to play a key role in the migration to 4G mobile network backhaul.

RebelMouse

Series A in 2015
RebelMouse, Inc. is a social media aggregator platform. The platform allows users to aggregate their social sharing, write posts, and offers analytics to see how their content is being shared and consumed. It provides Distributed Content Management System (DCMS) for social publishing. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in New York, New York.

Campus Pipeline

Series B in 2000
Campus Pipeline™ creates a campus that never closes — a virtual face-to-face connection between the institution and its constituents. Campus Pipeline's open enterprise architecture effectively links students, faculty, alumni, and administrators to the information they need when they need it, making their jobs, academic endeavors, and educational activities uniquely positive and powerful experiences. At the most basic level, every company is established to provide a solution to a problem in the marketplace. Campus Pipeline is no exception, and the problems facing their market— the higher education community. With these problems in mind, the Campus Pipeline solution was conceived in the spring of 1997 by their founders— Jeff Jones, William Borghetti, and Mitch Brinton. The company was officially incorporated in the summer of 1998 with a mission to revolutionize education by connecting the collegiate community. Now, backed by a remarkable network of corporate relationships and a growing number of committed and talented team members, Campus Pipeline is well on its way to achieving its vision and solving some of higher education's most serious problems.

Qsent

Series B in 2000
Qsent offers contact and identity management services for various businesses. Its contact identity services source updated contact data from publicly available Telco-based contact listing records to provide contact information used in the resolution and verification of identity. The company is headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon.

Symmetry Communications

Venture Round in 2000
Symmetry Communications is creating the "Information Super Sky Way" of seamless global IP-based services for mobile wireless users. They are a leading provider of wireless packet data solutions for Internet and next-generation telecommunications services. Their packet data solutions enable wireless network operators to provide flexible service differentiation and new data services to market quicker than ever before.

Believe.in

Seed Round in 2012
Believe.in provides a white label technology that improves online fundraising, donation processing, and event performance of non-profit organizations. Available in multiple markets, languages, and currencies, Believe.in supports 2.8 million non-profit organizations globally and is easily customized and integrated into any non-profit organization’s website and existing back-office toolkit. Believe.in was founded in May 2011 and is based in London, United Kingdom.

PhotonEx Corp

Series C in 2001
PhotonEx Corp is an optical networking equipment manufacturer.

Choxi

Series B in 2013
Choxi.com, Inc. operates an online store. It sells apparel, beauty products, handbags, shoes, and accessories for women and men; bath products, bedding products, kitchen products, and rugs; electronics; jewelry; products for kids; and lifestyle products. Choxi.com, Inc. was formerly known as Nomorerack.com, Inc. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in New York, New York. As of June 26, 2017, Choxi.com, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of J Club, Inc.

Knowledge Networks

Series B in 1999
Knowledge Networks, Inc., a consumer information company, delivers consumer insights and research to researchers and marketers. It offers Knowledge Networks/SRI, which provides media research; and Knowledge Networks/PDI, which provides promotion research. The company also provides practices in media, marketing, advertising, and government and academic studies. In addition, it involves in study designs, analytics, and custom panel creation. Further, the company delivers online research through Internet panel. It serves consumer packaged goods and retail, pharmaceuticals and healthcare, government and academic research, media, yellow pages research, and financial services industries. Knowledge Networks was formerly known as InterSurvey, Inc. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Menlo Park, California.

Aurora Biofuels

Private Equity Round in 2013
Aurora Biofuels is now Aurora Algae. Please update your settings to follow Aurora Algae. Aurora Algae is a producer of high-performance, premium algae-based products for the pharmaceutical, nutrition, aquaculture and fuels markets. The company has developed the industry’s first commercial-scale photosynthetic platform for sustainable, algae-based product development. Aurora Algae’s proprietary algae strains and production process uses arid land, seawater and captured carbon pollution from industrial emitters resulting in more capitally efficient and more environmentally sustainable algae farming. Aurora Algae enables its customers and partners to improve the diversity and sustainability of their product portfolios, while addressing consumer demand for natural products.

Milyoni, Inc.

Series B in 2012
Milyoni, Inc. provides a social video platform for entertainment companies, brands, studios, and artists worldwide. It provides WildCard Theater, a solution with polls and trivia, comments, live chat, ad networks, and more plugins; WildCard, which customizes with a bio, profile, and cover photos; and Audience Relationship Management, which delivers an end-to-end solution by combining Milyoni’s WildCard Theater to capture profiles, generate personalized offers, and deliver these offers using the more appropriate channels. The company was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Pleasanton, California with additional offices in Los Angeles and New York. As of April 22, 2015, Milyoni, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Photobucket.com, Inc.

Stretch

Venture Round in 2012
Stretch, Inc., a fabless semiconductor company, designs, develops, and supplies software configurable processors and development tools for compute-intensive applications. Its products include channel DVR add-in cards; channel capture cards; and DVR capture cards that provide video and audio capture, real-time display, and hardware compression features for DVR designers. The company also offers Stretch IDE, which provides an intuitive development flow, and focuses on programming and system configuration, as well as integrates compiler, debugger, assembler, profiler, linker, and editor tools under an intuitive graphical interface; Stretch reference design kits that are designed for the customers to evaluate a reference design and start the preliminary design of their own products; and Intelligent Encoder software development kit, a video processing and compression solution, which is optimized for the Stretch family of software configurable processors. Its products are used in security and surveillance, broadcast video, wireless communication, and industrial imaging applications. Stretch, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in Sunnyvale, California with additional offices in Tokyo, Japan; and Krefeld, Germany.

NeoPhotonics Corporation

Series C in 2006
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

The Cobalt Group

Series B in 2004
The Cobalt Group, Inc. operates a digital marketing platform for the automotive industry. It offers Digital Marketing, an automotive digital marketing solution that offers advertising, search marketing, reputation management, Websites, reporting and analytics, owner marketing, social media, and retail solutions, as well as marketing and other dealer services. The company also provides tech support; digital marketing courses for dealerships; dealer insights; and marketing services, including search engine optimization, paid search, social media, reputation management, digital advertising, and Email marketing. It serves dealer groups, manufacturers, agencies, and partners.

Ontela

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

sovrn

Series E in 2018
sovrn believes content creators and publishers are the soul of the Internet. Their content is what makes the Internet great. That’s why we give content creators tools to make money; access to distribution and scale to grow their audience; and a massive data commons for extraordinary insights. At sovrn we don’t just plug into the online advertising ecosystem. We own & operate a proprietary ad technology stack with direct connections to every major buyer in the world. sovrn is headquartered in Boulder, Colo. with offices in Denver and New York.

Tengion

Series B in 2006
Tengion, a clinical-stage biotechnology company, is a leader in developing neo-organs and neo-tissues, currently derived from a patient's own (autologous) cells. The Company has completed two Phase 2 human clinical trial in the United States with its Tengion Neo-Bladder Augment for children with neurogenic bladder due to spina bifida and in adults with neurogenic bladder due to spinal cord injury. A successful academic human clinical experience with a urinary Neo-Bladder Augment was reported in The Lancet in April 2006 by investigators from the Children's Hospital Boston. Tengion has an effective investigational new drug application (IND) for its Neo-Urinary Conduit and expects to begin a Phase 1 clinical trial in the first half of 2010 in bladder cancer patients requiring bladder removal.

Lizardtech

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

RebelMouse

Seed Round in 2012
RebelMouse, Inc. is a social media aggregator platform. The platform allows users to aggregate their social sharing, write posts, and offers analytics to see how their content is being shared and consumed. It provides Distributed Content Management System (DCMS) for social publishing. The company was founded in 2012 and is based in New York, New York.

Aibo

Series A in 2006
Aibo is a provider of professional sports and lottery information services in China. Launched in October 8, 2010, Aibo web has now combined itself with revolutionary guessing lottery game in China - the IPO of football single betting pond odds guessing game, and researched and developed ""The hotline of lottery tickets online service system"" on its own, which meets the market demand. Currently, the main service content of Aibo is based on the internet platform, providing professional, credible, safe, and stable online lottery information, membership service, and others.

Lizardtech

Series C in 2000
For more than two decades, LizardTech has delivered innovative software products for managing, accessing and distributing massive, high-resolution geospatial data such as aerial and satellite imagery and LiDAR data. LizardTech pioneered the MrSID technology, a powerful wavelet-based image encoder, viewer and file format. The MrSID format is supported in all major GIS applications. LizardTech has offices in Seattle, Denver, London, and Tokyo and is a business name of Celartem Technology Inc.

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.

PhotonEx

Series C in 2001
Photonex is the UK's showcase event dedicated to photonics and light technologies.

SmartDrive Inc.

Venture Round in 2015
SmartDrive Inc. develops vehicle tracking and big data analytics solutions. The company offers data platform, which provides data about vehicle management, usage management, route optimization, accident, safe driving analysis, real time vehicle management services through GPS, dangerous area mapping etc. The company also offers devices such OBD and car charger. Additionally, the company offers DriveOn, an iPhone application and base hardware that promotes safe driving. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Shinagawa-ku, Japan.

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
Brightcom Group consolidates Ad-tech, New Media and IoT based businesses across the globe, primarily in the digital eco-system. Clients include leading blue chip advertisers like Airtel, British Airways, Coca-Cola, Hyundai Motors, ICICI Bank, ITC, ING, Lenovo, LIC, Maruti Suzuki, MTV, P&G, Qatar Airways, Samsung, Viacom, Sony, Star India, Vodafone, Titan, and Unilever. Publishers include Facebook, LinkedIn, MSN, Twitter, and Yahoo! Brightcom works with agencies like Havas Digital, JWT, Mediacom, Mindshare, Neo@Ogilvy, Ogilvy One, OMD, Satchi&Satchi, TBWA, and ZenithOptiMedia, to name a few. Brightcom consumer products division is focused on IoT. Our LIFE product is dedicated to the future of communication and information management in which everyday objects will be connected to the internet, also known as the “Internet of Things” (IoT). Brightcom group’s renowned global presence, including in the US, Israel, Latin America ME, Western Europe and Asia Pacific regions, positions us at the forefront of the digital landscape, enabling us to support partners in their efforts to leverage and benefit from current global trends. We have the technological platform and human knowledge to do so.

One Medical

Private Equity Round in 2014
One Medical is a members-only technology platform offering an array of concierge medical services. The integration of these elements allows them to offer a seamless experience that not only saves their patients time and money but also leads to better health outcomes and happier lives. The company attracts the highest caliber team of health care providers, allowing them to practice medicine the way it should be. Each of their professionals has the time to invest in personal relationships and engage in thoughtful decision-making with their patients. One Medical makes access to care frictionless with face-to-face virtual video visits available anytime. It allows practicing medicine the way it should be practiced, focusing on improving the patient experience, and challenging the healthcare status quo. One Medical was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States.

NemeriX

Series C in 2007
NemeriX SA operates as a fabless semiconductor company that develops ultra-low-power, semiconductors, and software solutions for global positioning system and location-based service products. Its products include analog RF receivers, baseband, and indoor global positioning system integrates chips, as well as global positioning systems based integrated chipset. The company also offers OS support for WinCE, WinMobile, WinXP, LinuX, Symbian, and Nucleus; NeX, an extended ephemeris solution that enables mobile devices to acquire immediate positioning information in difficult garage scenarios and in harshest multi-path environments; SUPL client, which is inter-operated with several independent SUPL servers. In addition, it offers solutions to enable product integration, including evaluation boards, system software reference designs, user documentation, online support, and access to designers and global cadre of application engineers. The company’s product application areas include cellular phones, battery-powered wireless and handheld terminals, personal navigation devices, personal media players, and digital still cameras. It serves proximity-based marketing, social networking, gaming and financial authentication, navigation, tracking, and emergency markets. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Manno, Switzerland. It has a design center in Cambridge, the United Kingdom; an applications center in Seoul, Korea; a technical center in Taipei, Taiwan; and sales offices in the United States, Europe, Taiwan, and Japan.

Airspan Networks

Post in 2009
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.

X-IO

Series B in 2007
X-IO is a storage industry related company delivering unmatched price or performance, reliability, and scale for enterprise, cloud applications, and infrastructure. Its “Intelligent Storage Element” systems are based on two decades of invention and investment by veteran storage industry experts. The features of X-IO’s plug-and-perform “Intelligent Storage Element” storage arrays are accelerate transactional, reporting and business intelligence applications by a factor of 3x or more; drives extreme performance and scale for virtual desktop and virtualized server infrastructures; and with five- to seven-year duty cycles, a super-efficient energy and space profile. X-IO solutions have been recognized as SQL Server Magazine and Windows IT Pro’s 2011 Editors’ Best Gold Medal winners, the 2012 Best of TechEd “Hardware and Storage Product” and “Attendees’ Pick” Awards, and inclusion in CRN’s 2012 Data Center 100 List.

iCrossing

Series D in 2007
iCrossing, a digital marketing company, holds its own marketing platform, which can be tailored for clients. The company also offers planning services and development services. Its planning services include primary customer research, competitive and market research, persona development, digital marketing strategy, integrated search marketing strategy, social media/word-of-mouth strategy, mobile marketing strategy, analytics and performance planning, and marketing intelligence dashboarding. Its development services include search engine marketing (SEO/SEM), display and rich media advertising, email marketing, mobile marketing and site development, website development, social media campaign development, and emerging media development. iCrossing, formerly known as International Crossing, is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona and has offices worldwide.

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.

MobiTV

Series C in 2006
MobiTV delivers live and on-demand video to any screen, connecting media reliably and securely anytime, anywhere, on any device. The company’s end-to-end platform delivers a true TV everywhere experience that helps service providers reduce time to market and control costs associated with the deployment and operation of high concurrency, multiple platform services. MobiTV’s connected media solutions solve the complexity of delivering video across networks, operating systems, and devices while managing associated rights. The company efficiently optimizes for network conditions to deliver multiscreen media services that center on empowering the viewer. MobiTV’s connected media solutions are tailored for IPTV operators, as well as mobile TV and over-the-top customers including AT&T, Deutsche Telekom, Sprint, T-Mobile, TELUS, US Cellular, and Verizon among others.

FreshBooks

Series A in 2014
FreshBooks is the #1 accounting software in the cloud designed exclusively for service-based small business owners and independent professionals. The company has helped more than 10 million people worldwide process billions of dollars with its ridiculously easy-to-use invoicing, time tracking, expense management features. Recognized with eight Stevie awards for best customer service in the world, the company’s mantra is to “execute extraordinary experiences everyday.” Based in Toronto, Canada, FreshBooks serves paying customers in 160 countries.

Deem, Inc.

Series C in 2005
Deem is a technology platform for the business travel industry focusing on travel, car service, and expense solutions. Its mission is to make business travel less complicated for travelers, less costly for employers, and more profitable for service providers. Using its industry-leading software solutions, employees book travel and car service and report those expenses faster and more easily than ever before. Corporations control costs more effectively. Travel management companies deliver more engaging customer experiences. Car service operators benefit from new efficiencies and widen their customer reach. The company was founded in 1999 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

White Rock Networks

Venture Round in 2005
As of 2006, White Rock Networks, Inc. was acquired by Turin Networks, Inc. White Rock Networks, Inc. provides transport and switching, ethernet service delivery, and Internet protocol (IP) aggregation solutions for carriers. It offers transport and switching solutions, such as SONET transport, ethernet and TDM access, integrated ADM/DCS, standalone mini DCS, DWDM, and wireless backhaul, as well as dispersion compensation, pre-amplification, post-amplification, and in line amplification. The company also offers on-net and off-net ethernet service delivery; and IP aggregation services, such as router port aggregation, backhaul, and carrier-grade VoIP. White Rock Networks was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Richardson, Texas.

Deem, Inc.

Series E in 2008
Deem is a technology platform for the business travel industry focusing on travel, car service, and expense solutions. Its mission is to make business travel less complicated for travelers, less costly for employers, and more profitable for service providers. Using its industry-leading software solutions, employees book travel and car service and report those expenses faster and more easily than ever before. Corporations control costs more effectively. Travel management companies deliver more engaging customer experiences. Car service operators benefit from new efficiencies and widen their customer reach. The company was founded in 1999 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

CyberSafe

Venture Round in 1999
CyberSafe offers a range of Kerberos-based security solutions for SAP business applications. The company’s product portfolio includes ActiveTRUST Security Software, TrustBroker Security Suite, Defensor, and Centrax, all designed to enable secure electronic transactions and reduce administration costs. CyberSafe was founded in 1991 and is headquartered in Issaquah, Washington.

Boston Power

Private Equity Round in 2011
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.

Scale Eight

Series C in 2001
Scale Eight is an internet company. It offers virtually limitless storage capacity, allowing companies to grow their online offerings. Scale Eight delivers file storage solutions technology through its global storage service and in a family of network-attached storage products. Scale Eight was founded by Josh Coates and is located 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.

Wave7 Optics

Series C in 2003
Wave7 Optics is the industry leader in optical broadband access systems, with an expanding Fiber-to-thePremise (FTTP) product portfolio featuring a variety of architectural options, based on IP and Ethernet standards for triple-play voice, video and data services. The company's universal access platform Trident7TM and Last Mile LinkTM systems are rapidly gaining market share around the world with service providers in the IOC, CLEC, cable MSO, municipal, utilities and real estate development categories.

Mojix Inc.

Series D in 2015
Mojix was founded in 2004 by some of the world's foremost experts in advanced signal processing technology, perfected for deep space communications. The company's mission is to leverage this technology to create a new generation of game-changing RFID systems that realize the vast potential and expand the utility of RFID throughout supply chains and enterprises. In re-defining RFID, Mojix is enabling organizations to re-invent and derive new levels of value from their supply chain management systems.

Talisma

Series B in 2001
Talisma has been a global provider of dynamic customer relationship management (CRM) products and services to recognized leaders in finance, banking, education, technology, telecommunications, and other industries. From the automation of sales and marketing, to customer portals and support, helpdesk and analytics, the company's offerings help organizations integrate multiple channels of communication and build successful, long-term relationships with customers and constituents.

Lucy

Series C in 2000
Lucy are women who love to move. Just like you. They design high performance workout wear that focuses on a woman's strengths and lets her shine. Whether you're a practiced yogi, happy bootcamper or your life is a constant sprint, they're right there with you.

iMotors

Private Equity Round in 2000
iMotors provides consumers with better software tools for researching new cars, trucks, and SUVs. Its users have access to information about buying a new vehicle including reviews, reports and pricing, and connects them with local dealerships that can assist them in completing the transaction. iMotors was founded in 1999 and is based in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Captura Software

Venture Round in 2002
Captura to provide large companies with comprehensive solutions and services for managing their costs and decreasing processing costs