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DFJ began in 1985 with a focus on early-stage companies. Tim Draper, a third-generation VC with a passion for technology and unconventional thinking, teamed with John Fisher, a former colleague of Draper's, known for his deep enterprise and tech finance experience. Together they shaped the firm's foundational philosophy of investing in people first. One of their first recruits was co-founder Steve Jurvetson. Together they went on to invest in break out companies like Baidu, Hotmail, and Skype. A decade ago, they added their Growth team dedicated to late-stage investing. Today, they have two teams investing two funds. Their Venture team works with founders in the early phases of company building. Their Growth team partners with companies entering hyper-growth mode. DFJ has backed 27 companies that have each achieved more than $1 billion in realized value through an initial public offering or acquisition.

Mark Bailey

Partner

Kevin Bird

Investment Professional

Hope Chen

Venture Partner

John H. N. Fisher

Partner

Sam Fort

Partner

Randy Glein

Partner

Mark Greenstein

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Justin Kao

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Jocelyn Kinsey

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Jen Kodner

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Jennifer Kodner

Talent Partner

Warren Packard

Venture Partner

Sandesh Patnam

Venture Partner

Barry Schuler

Partner

Chris Shanahan

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Sam Shapiro

Principal

Kevin Tu

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Delaney Ugelstad

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Carol Wentworth

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Donald F. Wood

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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.

Set Protocol

Series A in 2021
Set Labs is creating the next generation of finance through crypto-financial primitives. The company is developing tools that enable developers to bundle crypto assets together called Sets, which allow users to create cryptocurrency baskets, baskets of non-fungibles, baskets of on-chain securities, and more.

Human Longevity, Inc.

Series A in 2014
Human Longevity (HLI) is the genomic-based, health intelligence company empowering proactive healthcare and enabling a life better lived. HLI combines the largest database of genomic and phenotypic data with machine learning to drive discoveries and revolutionize the practice of medicine. Its business areas include the HLI Health Nucleus, a genomic powered clinical research center that uses whole-genome sequence analysis, advanced clinical imaging, and innovative machine learning, along with curated personal health information to deliver the most complete picture of individual health; HLIQ Whole Genome and HLIQ Oncology. It was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.

SolarCity

Series D in 2008
SolarCity is the nation's 1 leading provider of solar energy systems that deliver reliable clean energy to homes and businesses. SolarCity went public on the NASDAQ exchange in 2012 with a market cap of around $600 million.

Fonality

Series D in 2008
Fonality is a business communications company that provides business phone systems as well as cloud-based VoIP and Unified Communications solutions. It serves small- and medium-sized businesses in industries such as insurance, legal, service and technology, non-profit and education, and manufacturing. The company’s solutions include Business Phone System: a system for integrated call management and collaboration; Hosted PBX System: a cloud-based phone system; Hybrid PBX System: a hybrid-hosted environment for communication; and Unified Communications: an application to manage phone calls, voicemail, instant messaging (IM), conference calls, email, screen sharing, video conferences, and more. Fonality was founded in 2004 and is based in Plano, Texas.

Desi Hits

Series B in 2008
Desi Hits! is an entertainment/lifestyle hub for anyone curious about Desi culture. We aim to provide Desi lifestyle/culture and music in a format that cannot be found anywhere else. Desi Hits! aims to make South Asian culture more widely dispersed and understood as well as offering a platform for South Asian artists to promote themselves globally. Desi Hits! draws on the multicultural backgrounds of our target audience, namely the “Desi”, who can often be described as bilingual, trendy, cosmopolitan and as likely to jive to Madonna as they are to Bollywood. We focus heavily on bi-cultural remixes as they uniquely represent the next generation (and beyond) South Asian experience. It’s an exciting time for the South Asian community, particularly as the cross pollination of cultural heritage is spilling into the mainstream. Icons such as Aishwarya Rai and pop idols such as M.I.A. point to a new hybrid pop vernacular that represents South Asians everywhere. The impact on global pop can be seen by the fact that artists such as Britney Spears, Madonna, Jay-Z and Timbaland have put a South Asian spin to their music and are working with Desi producers and artists. The Desi Hits! offering, however, is not exclusively South Asian. Desi Hits! covers mainstream as well as bicultural news, music, interviews and lifestyle content with a global perspective since the next generation Desi wants it all and is currently forced to go to multiple vendors to get it. To that end, Desi Hits! will just as soon cover Usher and P Diddy as it would up and coming South Asian artists like Jay Sean and Rishi Rich or even Bollywood.
Canvera Digital Technologies Pvt Ltd. operates as an online digital photography company in India. It offers prints, calendars, and photobooks. The company also provides Canvera Pro Designer, which provides desktop software for designing and ordering. Canvera Digital Technologies Pvt Ltd. was incorporated in 2007 and is based in Bangalore, India.

Emilio Health

Series B in 2021
Brightline is a technology-enabled behavioral health home for children and their families. Brightline delivers integrated care through innovative technology, virtual behavioral health services, and a collaborative care team focused on supporting children across developmental stages and their families.

WayBid

Series A in 2000
WayBid, Inc. is revolutionizing the manner in which goods and services are sold in dynamic pricing environments on the Internet. WayBid enables this revolution through the utilization of its advanced technology in the B2B e-marketplace arena.

Homestead Technologies

Venture Round in 2002
Homestead Technologies provides website and e-commerce site creation, marketing, and hosting services for small businesses. The company offers search engine optimization services, including professional key phrase selection, web page optimization, strategic link-building, and online tracking and reporting; site design services for search engines and ongoing search engine optimization; and website building, website hosting, domain and email, customer support, online store, and marketing tool services. Homestead Technologies was founded in 1996 and is based in Menlo Park, California. It operates as a subsidiary of Endurance International Group Holdings, Inc. Because of the breadth and depth of Homestead Technologies's expertise, their competitors are many. But, in regards to website creation, competitors could include [SnapPages](http://www.snappages.com), Wix, Weebly, or Squarespace.

Rethink Robotics

Series C in 2012
Rethink Robotics helps manufacturers meet the challenges of an agile economy with an integrated workforce, combining trainable, safe and cost-effective robots with skilled labor. Its Baxter robot, driven by Intera, an advanced software platform, gives world-class manufacturers and distributors in automotive, plastics, consumer goods, electronics and more, a workforce multiplier that optimizes labor. With Rethink Robotics, manufacturers increase flexibility, lower costs and can invest in skilled labor—all advantages in fueling continuous innovation and sustainable competitive advantage. Committed to accelerating robotics innovation in manufacturing and beyond, Rethink Robotics’ Baxter Research Robot gives academic and corporate research environments a humanoid robot platform with integrated sensors and an open software development kit for creating custom applications. Based in Boston, Massachusetts, the company is funded by Bezos Expeditions, Charles River Ventures, Highland Capital Partners, Sigma Partners, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, and Two Sigma Ventures.

Theranos

Seed Round in 2004
Theranos was a privately-held consumer healthcare technology company that is now arguably the largest biomedical fraud in U.S. history. Its founder, Elizabeth Holmes, was convicted of investor fraud after a series of Wall Street Journal (WSJ) articles that revealed the tests the company claimed to be doing were actually being carried out by traditional machines purchased from other companies. At its peak, it was valued at $10 billion.

Twin Prime

Series A in 2015
Twin Prime makes mobile apps fast. Performance in mobile depends on a variety of factors such as the wireless network technology, device models, operating system software and even the nature of the app itself. This makes the problem incredibly hard and complex. Twin Prime uses machine learning to make sense of these factors and delivers content to apps in the most optimal and quickest way.

AuctionRover

Venture Round in 1999
ChannelAdvisor is an e-commerce marketing company. They provide cloud based solutions that enables retailers and manufacturers to integrate, manage, and optimize their merchandise sales across hundreds of online channels. The company offers a wide array of services such as SEO, launch, expand, Google shopping, paid search, comparison shopping engines, and social commerce. ChannelAdvisor was founded by Aris Buinevicius and Scot Wingo in 2001; and is headquartered in Morrisville, North Carolina.

Epocrates

Series C in 2002
Epocrates develops mobile and online clinical information and decision support software that enables health-care professionals to find answers more quickly and confidently at the point of care. 1 out of 3 U.S. physicians and 1 out of 3 U.S. medical students currently use Epocrates software.

Eve Biomedical, Inc.

Series B in 2012
Eve Biomedical, Inc. develops biotechnology solutions to enable genomic and personalized medicine. Eve Biomedical, Inc. was founded in 2006 and is based in Mountain View, California.

LaunchDarkly

Series D in 2021
LaunchDarkly is a Feature Management Platform that serves over 100 billion feature flags daily to help software teams build better software. Feature flagging is an industry best practice of wrapping a new or risky section of code or infrastructure change with a flag. Each flag can easily be turned off independent of code deployment (aka ”dark launching”). Their vision is to eliminate the risk for developers and operations teams from the software development cycle. LaunchDarkly has SDKs for all major web and mobile platforms. They are building a diverse team so that they can offer robust products and services. Their team culture is fast-paced, friendly, and supportive. LaunchDarkly was founded on July 14, 2014, and is headquartered in California, USA.

Legend Silicon

Series E in 2007
Legend Silicon Corp is a fabless semiconductor company engaging in the development of broadband wireless transmission technologies and products. Legend Silicon was founded in 1999 in Silicon Valley, Calif., by graduates of Tsinghua University. The company has operations in Fremont, Calif., and the Chinese cities of Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjin. The mission of Legend Silicon is to become a leading supplier of technology and silicon solutions for a new generation of broadband wireless broadcasting, initially focusing on China market.

athenahealth, Inc.

Series F in 2012
Athenahealth is a leading provider of internet-based business services for physician practices. The Company's service offerings are based on proprietary web-native practice management and electronic health record (EHR) software, a continuously updated payer knowledge-base, integrated back-office service operations, and live patient communications services.

Planet Labs Inc.

Series B in 2013
Planet Labs, Inc., a space and analytics company, provides information about the changing planet. The company operates a fleet of earth imaging satellites to frequently image the entire planet and provide open access to that information. Planet Labs Inc. was formerly known as Cosmogia, Inc. The company was incorporated in 2010 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Groxis

Series B in 2006
Groxis develops visual search technology and graphical information interface solutions. The company develops and markets Grokker, a Web-based enterprise search management platform that leverages federated content access and visualization for enterprises, universities, content publishers, libraries, and other research-intensive organizations. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in San Francisco, California.

ViaFone

Series A in 2000
ViaFone is a world-class enterprise software company whose product, the OneBridge(TM) Mobility Platform, enables enterprises to easily build, deploy, and flexibly manage the long-term lifecycle of business applications across all wireless data and voice interfaces. ViaFone's mission is to help businesses conquer the complexity of the mobile environment, now and into the future, while improving their bottom line. With its unique combination of data and voice technologies, ViaFone's OneBridge enables the most complete mobile solutions for the vast array of WAP phones, PDAs, pagers, and standard voice telephones. Leveraging a strong partnership network and open-platform approach, OneBridge integrates seamlessly with backend infrastructures and links to the most popular business software from companies like Oracle, SAP and Siebel. ViaFone provides everything enterprises need to optimize IT investments as they maintain security and control of multiple mobile solutions for employees, partners, and customers on the go. Founded in September 1999, ViaFone is based in Redwood Shores, Calif.

Canvera Digital Technologies

Venture Round in 2010
Canvera Digital Technologies Pvt Ltd. operates as an online digital photography company in India. It offers prints, calendars, and photobooks. The company also provides Canvera Pro Designer, which provides desktop software for designing and ordering. Canvera Digital Technologies Pvt Ltd. was incorporated in 2007 and is based in Bangalore, India.

Sanity

Series B in 2021
Sanity is a software platform designed for delivering structured content to products and devices. It lets people create completely custom interfaces and content workflows while Sanity’s real-time API lets you deliver content from a single source to any channel, device, or product. Sanity was founded in Norway and has offices in Oslo and San Francisco

Salt Security

Series C in 2021
Salt Security is an API security company based in Palo Alto, California. It provides an API protection platform to prevent attacks, using machine learning and AI to automatically and continuously identify and protect APIs. Deployed in minutes, the platform learns the granular behavior of a company’s APIs and requires no configuration or customization to pinpoint and block API attackers. The company was founded in 2016 and led by co-founder and CEO Roey Eliyahu.

Pentalum Technologies

Series A in 2010
Pentalum develops the SpiDAR: a revolutionary, cost effective, patent pending, wind LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging) system, for remote sensing of wind. The system targets all three main wind farm applications: Wind resource assessment, Wind farm operation optimization and Wind forecasting. Pentalum is a privately held company, funded by VCs and headed by highly experienced entrepreneurs, professionals in optics, fluid mechanics and atmospheric remote sensing. Pentalum Technologies Inc. was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Rehovot, Israel.

Transcarent

Series B in 2021
Transcarent is a consumer digital health company, uses a combination of software, technology, and data science to empower consumers with information and access, leading to better outcomes and more cost-effective decisions. We believe that having the right information, tools, and incentives in the decision-making process can be positively transformative in the way we all experience healthcare.

Oasys Water, Inc.

Series A in 2009
Oasys (Osmotic Application Systems) is a privately held Boston, MA based company developing a suite of proprietary energy and resource recovery products to address the growing, global water crisis. Engineered Osmosisâ„¢ (EOâ„¢) is a platform for reducing cost in the production of clean water, power and energy through more efficient and sustainable utilization of resources.

Enviz

Series A in 2000
Enviz is the technology leader in business intelligence for the user experience. The comprehensive Enviz service is designed for business managers seeking to evaluate and improve the ROI of their e-business. With a powerful and flexible software service, Enviz is the only company that offers natural observation of Web users to provide accurate results and recommendations that directly impact the bottom line. Headquartered in Redwood City, CA, Enviz is privately held with funding from Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Stanford University.

Patreon

Series F in 2021
Patreon Inc. operates a platform for enabling content creators and artists to be able to fund their work. It offers Patreon.com, a communications platform for enabling connections between users and makes them accessible various content, including videos, photographs, images, artwork, graphics, audio clips, comments, data, text, software, scripts, projects, other material and information, and associated trademarks and copyrightable works. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

CrowdAI

Series A in 2021
CrowdAI, Inc. develops an artificial-intelligence (AI)-as-a-service platform that sends autonomous vehicles, satellite, or drone images. Its solutions are used to identify features in satellite imagery and track moving obstacles for self-driving cars and automated drones. CrowdAI, Inc. was founded in 2016 and is based in Mountain View, California.

Pro.com

Venture Round in 2017
Pro.com is a full-service remodeling general contractor in Seattle, Portland, the San Francisco Bay Area, Denver, and Phoenix. Pro.com is streamlining the residential construction experience with a team of construction experts and its own technology — such as a pricing engine that makes sure bids are accurate, detailed and mobile-friendly estimates, and project management tools that give both Pro.com staff homeowners a window into their projects.

Databook Labs Inc.

Series A in 2021
Databook Labs Inc. designs and develops a technology that improves enterprise sales performance. It offers intent dashboard, real-time insights, and sales decks. The company also provides Web and iOS applications for data-driven selling across sales organizations and for data-driven consulting across organizations to access insights, metrics, and news about customers and clients. Databook Labs Inc. was incorporated in 2015 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

viz.ai, Inc.

Series C in 2021
Viz helps physicians to identify anomalies in brain scans through machine learning. The company leverages advanced deep learning to communicate time-sensitive information about stroke patients straight to a specialist who can intervene and treat. It uses deep learning algorithms to identify a suspected large vessel occlusion, a particularly disabling type of stroke, in a CT scan and alerts the stroke team specialist within minutes. Viz has developed deep learning algorithms to analyze brain scans for large vessel occlusions (LVOs), a disabling type of stroke. The company also allows the stroke center’s clinicians to rapidly share images back and forth. Viz's mission is to fundamentally improve how healthcare is delivered in the world, through intelligent software that promises to reduce time to treatment and improve access to care. Viz was founded in 2016 and is based in San Francisco, California, USA.

Renovate America

Private Equity Round in 2015
Renovate America, Inc. provides financing solutions for homes and communities in the areas of energy and water in the United States. It offers HERO (home energy renovation opportunity) financing program and PACE (property assessed clean energy) financing solution. The company was formerly known as PowerHouse Service, Inc. and changed its name to Renovate America, Inc. in June 2010. Renovate America, Inc. was founded in 2008 and is based in San Diego, California. On December 21, 2020, Renovate America, Inc., along with its affiliate, filed a voluntary petition for reorganization under Chapter 11 in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.

Stiki Digital

Series A in 2008
Stiki Digital enables companies to offer digital content as promotional gifts and point of sales rewards.

Box

Series D in 2011
Box is an online file sharing and cloud content management service offering unlimited storage, custom branding, and administrative controls. After starting as a college business project in 2005, Box was officially launched in March of 2006 with the vision of connecting people, devices, and networks. Box provides more than 8 million users with secure cloud content management and collaboration. They say their platform "allows personal and commercial content to be accessible, sharable, and storable in any format from anywhere." It also helps businesses of all sizes in every industry securely access and manages their critical information in the cloud. It was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.

Jaxtr

Seed Round in 2007
Jaxtr, Inc., a social communications company, melds together global calling, SMS, and social networking. It offers global SIM cards for travelers; a mobile app; and Jaxtr Voice app. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Mountain View, California. As of June 8, 2009, Jaxtr, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Sabse Technologies Inc.
Mtime.com Inc. operates as a film portal and film promotion company in China. It provides entertainment news. The company also offers online ticketing and movie merchandising services. It enables fans to to purchase tickets via the website, mobile app, and in-theater kiosks. The company develops film-themed products. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in China. As of August 10, 2016, Mtime.com Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Wanda Cinema Line Co., Ltd.

NinthDecimal

Debt Financing in 2010
NinthDecimal is the marketing platform powered by location data. It harnesses this data to build a precise understanding of consumers’ physical world behavior. Fortune 500 companies and marquee brands activate this customer intelligence through audience targeting, measurement, insights, and data licensing solutions. By filling the gap in understanding how consumers spend the majority of their time, NinthDecimal provides marketers a new model of the customer journey for impactful engagement.   It was founded in 2003 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Coinbase Support

Series C in 2015
Coinbase is an online platform that allows merchants, consumers, and traders to transact with digital currency. It allows its users to create their own bitcoin wallets and start buying or selling bitcoins by connecting with their bank accounts. In addition, it provides a series of merchant payment processing systems and tools that support many highly-trafficked websites on the internet. Coinbase was launched in 2012 with a mission to create an open financial system for the world. It is operated from San Francisco, California.

Relief Labs

Seed Round in 2021
Relief Labs is a digitally native D2C platform that addresses healthcare issues.

Blue Falcon Networks

Series B in 2000
Blue Falcon provides the most cost-effective, high quality, and easily deployed digital content delivery solutions. With centralized network control, decentralized distribution, and integration with industry leading DRM solutions, Blue Falcon provides groundbreaking digital delivery efficiencies within a securely managed network. Blue Falcon's suite of solutions meets a broad range of digital delivery needs including: live audio and video streaming, on-demand music and movies, and large file and application downloads. The company's target customer base includes digital content providers, traditional/web broadcasters, and Global 1000 corporations. Blue Falcon's rapidly growing customer base includes Radio Free Virgin and Salem Communications. Corporate headquarters are in downtown Los Angeles in the historic Bradbury Building.

Molecular Imprints

Series C in 2005
Molecular Imprints Inc. manufactures imprint and lithography systems for creating nanometer-scale surface relief structures. The company, through its Jet and Flash imprint lithography technology, provides nanopatterning capability for display, life science, light emitting diode, and other high-tech industries. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Austin, Texas.

Tremor Video - Software Platform

Venture Round in 2011
Provides video advertising solutions for advertisers and agencies, and publisher partners in the United States and internationally.

Ember Technologies

Seed Round in 2001
Ember is a design-led temperature control brand whose mission is to revolutionize the way people eat, drink and live. Founded by inventor and serial entrepreneur Clay Alexander, Ember designs and develops patented technology and products that disrupt industries across healthcare, wellness, consumer products and more. From inventing the world’s first temperature control smart mug, to revolutionizing the cold chain for temperature sensitive medicines, Ember is creating a multidisciplinary temperature control platform that brings precision temperature control to your fingertips.

ShareThis

Series C in 2014
ShareThis transforms authentic human sharing behavior into actionable data outputs at scale for marketers and publishers. It has been collecting and synthesizing social share data since 2007.

Clixtr

Series A in 2009
Clixtr turns smartphones into smartcameras by leveraging location based technologies and the rapidly improving quality of camera phones. Clixtr users create events, upload mobile photos, and, for the first time ever, create real-time event photo streams with the users around them. Photos and events are public and can be followed live on the web or directly on mobile devices. By creating an instant, location-aware mobile photo sharing platform, Clixtr enables real-time event browsing by location or popularity. Users can follow and contribute to events as they happen around the corner and around the world. Clixtr is the ultimate social camera.

Game Trust

Series B in 2005
Game Trust, Inc. provides infrastructure for community and commerce applications in online games and entertainment. The company develops Game Frame, a platform for online casual games and entertainment designed to support audience of the online casual game playing market. Its Game Frame platform is licensed by Web site operators and game developers to provide users with online entertainment experience, as well as to integrate community features and commerce capabilities in new or existing titles. The company has operations in the United States and Europe. It serves game distributors and developers. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in New York, New York. As of October 1, 2007, Game Trust, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of RealNetworks, Inc.

Baike.com

Venture Round in 2007
Interactive Online (Beijing) Science and Technology Co., Ltd. Is the owner of Baike.com (互动百科), a Chinese encyclopedia website. It was originally called HDWiki. It is a man-powered Chinese encyclopedia that is focused on sharing millions of online encyclopedia knowledge database with millions of Internet users. In January 2013, the entries of baike.com exceeded eight million, with 50 thousand categories, 6.8 billion words and 7.21 million pictures. It received an investment of 30 million dollars on August 1, 2009. Baike.com was founded by Doctor Pan Haidong in 2005.

Clickmarks

Series D in 2002
Clickmarks, a venture backed company focused on providing a rapid, cost effective solution for performing integration and wireless enablement of enterprise applications.

Verge Genomics

Series B in 2021
Verge Genomics transforms drug discovery with artificial intelligence. Verge was founded by a unique combination of the field's top machine learning experts and seasoned neuroscience drug developers. Together, they share the vision that exponential advances in computational genomics combined with new insights into neuroscience has created a breakthrough opportunity to discover drugs that dramatically improve the lives of patients suffering from neurodegenerative disease.

ShareThis

Series B in 2008
ShareThis transforms authentic human sharing behavior into actionable data outputs at scale for marketers and publishers. It has been collecting and synthesizing social share data since 2007.

ODAIA

Series B in 2023
ODAIA Intelligence Inc. develops an artificial intelligence based customer engagement analysis platform. The company offers a software as a service (SaaS) and cloud based platform, ODAIA, which provides analysis of customer engagement behavior through data analytics, data process mining, machine learning, prediction algorithms, and customer journey mapping tools. The company was founded in 2018 and is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.

Pagoo

Series C in 2000
Pagoo Inc. is a global provider of IP-based voice applications software and solutions. Pagoo´s applications are the first to make VoIP a true alternative to voice over traditional telephone networks.

EnerNOC

Series C in 2007
EnerNoc's technology-enabled energy management solutions help meet the needs of utilities/grid operators that deliver energy and are responsible for maintaining the real-time balance between supply and demand.
IMMI, a San Mateo, CA-based mobile-based ad tracking and research firm. The IMMI phone randomly samples 10 seconds of room audio every 30 seconds...these sample are uploaded continuously to the IMMI servers. IMMI also tracks all local TV and radio outlets, and then compares mobile-uploaded signatures with the IMMI-monitored TV and radio broadcasts. The mobile phone also receives a signal from an IMMI "Bluetooth beacon" when the panel member is at home, so the servers can interpret media exposure as "in" or "out-of-home."

Glowforge Inc.

Series E in 2022
Glowforge is a manufacturer of 3D laser printers intended to offer printing services on a wide range of materials and many more.The company's printers utilize software and sensors to cut, engrave, and shape designs from a variety of materials, enabling users to print and decorate any materials.

BestOffer

Series B in 2000
BestOffer is engaged in the online buying and selling of used cars. It also provides information, online person-to-person auctions, pricing, inspections, test drives, financing, insurance, warranty, and escrow services. BestOffer was founded in 1999 and is based in San Francisco, California, United States.

Kajeet

Series B in 2007
Kajeet, the industry leader for safe, mobile student Internet connectivity, is closing the Homework Gap in school districts across the country. Kajeet provides an affordable mobile broadband solution that connects low-income students to the resources needed to complete homework. The Kajeet SmartSpot® (a portable Wi-Fi hotspot), and the Kajeet SmartBus™ (school bus Wi-Fi) solutions combined with the innovative Sentinel® cloud portal, enables administrators and teachers to provide CIPA-compliant, customizable filtered Internet access that keeps students focused on school work and provides mobile Internet connectivity for education without worry of data abuse.

CoalTek, Inc.

Series D in 2009
CoalTek's technology reduces moisture content in a broad range of coals, optimizing plant efficiency and delivering environmental integrity. The CoalTek process was developed, tested, and proven over eight years by Dr. Jerry Weinberg, the company's co-founder, along with chief geologist Neil Ginther. CoalTek opened its first commercial processing facility in Calvert City, Kentucky in 2006. The plant's initial capacity of 120,000 tons/yr will be expanded in the future, and there are also plans to build additional facilities, to meet the growing demand for clean coal.

PLEJ

Series A in 2003
Plej is a software provider that helps retailers and affinity groups leverage traditional payment networks to develop and implement innovative new marketing programs. PLEJ's technology augments existing payment processing infrastructures and offers merchants easily configurable, rules-based merchandising solutions, such as stored-value and credit cards with user- specific properties, enhanced security, and automatic inclusion in extra value programs.

Raydiance

Series D in 2012
Raydiance is the world’s leading developer of ultrafast laser technology. Raydiance has built a deeply experienced team that draws expertise from the software, microelectronics, telecommunications and photonics industries. Creator of the first compact, reliable, “industrial grade” femtosecond laser platform, Raydiance is powering an explosion of innovation in manufacturing, healthcare, defense and more. Raydiance began when senior Defense Department officials introduced technology pioneer Barry Schuler to a DARPA project designed to miniaturize ultrafast lasers for military applications. Schuler immediately grasped the compelling capabilities of ultrafast lasers – if they could be liberated from highly controlled lab environments and transformed into small, inexpensive photonic engines that could power many applications. Schuler brought together a world-class team to build the world’s first miniaturized, computer controlled, software driven “plug and play” ultrafast laser platform. Raydiance’s Smart LightTM technology is transforming a wide array of sectors, including medical micro-devices, clean tech energy, consumer electronics and defense applications. The company has built the world’s first high-volume manufacturing facility capable of scaling production to thousands of units per year. Further, it has invented key technologies—such as its proprietary fiber delivery system—that support volume commercialization. By aggregating many markets onto its platform, Raydiance is using volume-manufacturing techniques to drive costs down and open market opportunities. The company is rapidly transforming ultrafast technology from a unique research tool into a practical and broadly accessible platform technology.

Glowforge Inc.

Series E in 2023
Glowforge is a manufacturer of 3D laser printers intended to offer printing services on a wide range of materials and many more.The company's printers utilize software and sensors to cut, engrave, and shape designs from a variety of materials, enabling users to print and decorate any materials.

Cylance

Series C in 2015
Cylance is the first company to apply artificial intelligence, algorithmic science, and machine learning to cybersecurity and improve the way companies, governments, and end-users proactively solve the world’s most difficult security problems. Using a breakthrough mathematical process, Cylance quickly and accurately identifies what is safe and what is a threat, not just what is in a blacklist or whitelist. By coupling sophisticated math and machine learning with a unique understanding of a hacker’s mentality, Cylance provides the technology and services to be truly predictive and preventive against advanced threats.

Alchemy Insights

Series C in 2022
Alchemy Insights, Inc. develops a blockchain intelligence and infrastructure platform that caters to hedge funds and financial institutions. Its platform provides data, exploratory tools, and proprietary insights on all parts of the blockchain, including on-chain data, market data, and community activity. The Alchemy platform enables companies to analyze the blockchain and ecosystem data. Its advance machine learning allows exchanges to identify entities, individuals, and currency flows on the blockchain to inform sales, security, and strategy. Alchemy Insights, Inc. was formerly known as Nikil, Inc. Alchemy Insights, Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Spinal Modulation

Series A in 2006
Spinal Modulation, Inc. provides medical devices research and development services. The company is based in Menlo Park, California. According to the 2002 Health Assessment on the Prevalence of Chronic Pain, severe chronic pain, as defined by the International Association for the Study of Pain, is prevalent in 10 to 13% of the adult population. Limited treatment options exist for these patients and the burden to the healthcare system is unsustainable. The Spinal Modulation AxiumTM Neurostimulator System is a next-generation intraspinal neuromodulation therapy that stimulates the dorsal root ganglion (DRG) to provide a new pain management option. It has shown promising results in managing chronic intractable leg pain, as well as difficult-to-target anatomies such as the back and foot. By stimulating the DRG, therapy can be adjusted to cover either broad or specific areas of pain throughout the torso and legs, while limiting uncomfortable postural effects typically experienced with other spinal cord stimulators.

EoPlex Technologies

Series C in 2007
EoPlex Technologies is the creator of a high-volume 3D printing technology and process that is capable of printing proprietary inks that allow for volume manufacture of complex, multi-material devices that are difficult and expensive, if not impossible, to manufacture with conventional technology. This technology is disruptive in areas of semiconductor packaging and IOT/MEMs devices. Email info@eoplex.com for more information.

Eventful

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

BentoBox CMS Inc.

Series B in 2019
BentoBox CMS Inc. develops a mobile operations platform for restaurants to automate tasks, such as updating menus and social media, promoting private events, sharing press, and selling gift cards. The company’s solution offers search engine optimization, social media and newsletter sign-up, and one-click reservations. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in New York, New York.

NERv Technology Inc.

Seed Round in 2021
NERv Technology Inc. develops an implantable biochip with biosensors to detect post-operative complications, such as internal bleeding, leakage of bodily fluids, and infection within the abdominal cavity. The biosensor collects data and identifies the complications as it develops and informs both patient and physician in real-time. It also detects changes in the levels of biomarker. The company serves physicians, surgeons, hospitals, and patients. NERv Technology Inc. was founded in 2014 and is based in Kitchener, Canada.

Lumeta Corporation

Series A in 2001
Lumeta’s network situational awareness platform is the authoritative source for enterprise network infrastructure and cybersecurity analytics. Available for both real-time monitoring and point-in-time auditing, Lumeta recursively indexes a network to identify and map every IP connected device, as well as uncover network segmentation violations and cybersecurity anomalies. The foundational intelligence provided by Lumeta gives IT management a clear, comprehensive assessment of network vulnerabilities, cyber threat risks and policy violations from network edge to core, allowing for decision making impacting security, compliance and availability. Lumeta’s solution addresses today’s security initiatives associated with continuous monitoring; SANS Top 20 Critical Security Controls; and virtualized infrastructure including private and public cloud visibility, outsourcing and offshoring, and software defined networks (SDN) – all of which increase the complexity of a network and challenge traditional security defenses. Lumeta’s solution also delivers an efficient and cost-effective process to streamline network consolidation (M&A) projects. Lumeta optimizes other network and security product investments by feeding them accurate and fact-based network intelligence. Headquartered in Somerset, New Jersey, Lumeta has operations and clients throughout the world. More information is available at www.lumeta.com

SpaceX, Inc.

Secondary Market in 2012
Space Exploration Technologies is a space-transportation startup company founded by Elon Musk. SpaceX designs, manufactures, and launches advanced rockets and spacecraft. SpaceX develops crew and cargo capsules, engines, cryogenic tank structures, avionics, equipment, guidance, and control software. The company is developing the partially reusable launch vehicles Falcon 1 and Falcon 9. Founded in 2002, Space Exploration Technologies is headquartered in Hawthorne, California.

Socialtext

Series B in 2005
Company that produces enterprise social software via its integrated suite of web-based social apps

Xtime

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

Neuralink

Series C in 2021
Neuralink is developing the capabilities of the brain through technological augmentation. A "neural lace” would be surgically connected to a human brain and allow a user to interact with a computer without the bandwidth challenges that come with current input methods, including keyboards, mice and trackpads. Neuralink will explore how brain interfaces might alleviate the symptoms of dangerous and chronic medical conditions. Source: [TechCrunch](https://techcrunch.com/2017/03/27/elon-musks-neuralink-wants-to-boost-the-brain-to-keep-up-with-ai/)

SportPursuit

Venture Round in 2012
SportPursuit is the UKs first sport-specific flash sales website featuring top quality sports products and services from the world's best brands. During their 7 days flash sales, members receive exclusive access to sales at up to 70% off RRP in a fun, content rich, personalised environment. SportPursuit works very closely with its brand partners to help enhance their brand image through push marketing to their large targeted member base of sports enthusiasts, encouraging brand engagement and trial.

SugarSync, Inc.

Series D in 2012
SugarSync is a powerful data sync, file sharing and online backup solution ideal for busy professionals and digitally-connected consumers. It enables users to access documents, photos and music across all of their devices, including desktops, laptops and mobile devices (including iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile). The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in San Mateo, California.

Alchemy Insights

Series C in 2021
Alchemy Insights, Inc. develops a blockchain intelligence and infrastructure platform that caters to hedge funds and financial institutions. Its platform provides data, exploratory tools, and proprietary insights on all parts of the blockchain, including on-chain data, market data, and community activity. The Alchemy platform enables companies to analyze the blockchain and ecosystem data. Its advance machine learning allows exchanges to identify entities, individuals, and currency flows on the blockchain to inform sales, security, and strategy. Alchemy Insights, Inc. was formerly known as Nikil, Inc. Alchemy Insights, Inc. was incorporated in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Elation Health, Inc.

Series C in 2020
Elation Health, Inc. develops a provider-centric clinical electronic health records platform to support the physician-patient relationship. Its platform enables providers to manage their practice operations and reduce the burden of day-to-day administrative tasks. The company also provides patients with a secure website to manage their health and communicate with their doctor. Elation Health, Inc. was formerly known as ElationEMR Inc. and changed its name to Elation Health, Inc. in August 2016. The company was incorporated in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Lumidigm

Series B in 2005
Lumidigm Inc. is a biometric company dedicated to enabling convenient, secure, and reliable identification and verification. Lumidigm powered sensors work because they produce high-quality images every time, in all conditions. Everyone is identifiable. Lumidigm provides biometric identity management for civil ID, point-of-sale, time & attendance, physical and logical access, and portable electronic device applications.

Revver

Series B in 2006
The first user generated video site to offer revenue share, Revver is a video sharing site. Revver was founded in 2004 before user generated video had even begun to take off. For months into its infancy Revver looked to be a viable alternative if not legitimate challenger to YouTube. Its 50/50 revenue share model landed some high profile content like Ask a Ninja, LonelyGirl15 and the Diet Coke and Mentos guys. Users were immediately enticed by the chance not only to be a web celebrity but to make some cash while they were at it. According to Compete.com, Revver page views are still growing, however, they hit appr. 1 million monthly while YouTube achieves close to 250 million. Competitors in the user generated video area include [Veoh](http://crunchbase.com/organization/veoh), [YouTube](http://crunchbase.com/organization/youtube), Sony owned [Crackle](http://crunchbase.com/organization/crackle), [DailyMotion](http://crunchbase.com/organization/dailymotion), [Metacafe](http://crunchbase.com/organization/metacafe), [iFilm](http://crunchbase.com/organization/ifilm) and others. Ian Clarke, original Revver Co-founder, now runs social news site [Thoof](http://crunchbase.com/organization/thoof).

Graspr, Inc.

Series A in 2008
Graspr is a social network where users can share, annotate, and discuss instructional videos. The website premiered in September 2007 at the DEMOfall conference. Competitors include [5min](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/5min), [eHow](http://www.ehow.com), [Sclipo](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/sclipo), [SuTree](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/sutree), [Expert Village](http://www.expertvillage.com/), [Instructables](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/instructables), and [VideoJug](http://www.videojug.com/).

Median Technologies

Series B in 2004
MEDIAN Technologies develops medical imaging software and services dedicated to oncology clinical trials, cancer screening, and clinical practice. The company standardizes and automates the interpretation of medical images in oncology to optimize the diagnosis of cancer patients and the assessment of their response to therapy. The company serves two primary markets: drug development and patient care. MEDIAN Technologies has a strategic partnership with a contract research organization to offer integrated imaging services for clinical trials to biopharma sponsors worldwide, and a strategic partnership with Canon to develop new imaging technologies, and to address the patient care market. MEDIAN Technologies was founded in 2002 and is based in Sophia-Antipolis, France.

Rho Business Banking

Series B in 2021
Rho Business Banking is a digital banking service built and developed by New York-based fintech start-up Rho Technologies to accelerate growth for start-ups. Its products support high-growth businesses that work with entrepreneurs. Rho provides full-service digital banking solution that integrate with the tools and services used by entrepreneurs in running their businesses. Rho Business Banking is headquartered in New York, New York.
Fountain Medical Development Ltd., a contract research organization, provides ICH GCP compliant clinical research services for the multinational clients in China and the United States. It offers consulting, project management, regulatory affairs, clinical operations, central laboratory services, site management, biometrics, and clinical trial designs, as well as AE/SAE collection, review, assessment and reporting services, data and safety monitoring board handling, and signal detection services. The company is based in Beijing, China.

SimpliVity

Series D in 2015
SimpliVity provides a hyper-converged infrastructure that accelerates the deployment of resources and workloads. It offers OmniCube, a 2U rack-mounted building block that delivers server, storage, and networking services as well as a functionality to the management, protection, and performance of virtualized workloads, OmniCube Hyperconverged Infrastructure, a platform that addresses data efficiency and global management requirements in virtualized and cloud computing environment, OmniView, a web-based support dashboard with predictive analytics for enterprises, and OmniStack Hyperconverged Infrastructure that integrates with Cisco UCS that assimilates up to a dozen core data center functions on Cisco UCS C240 rack-mount servers that includes hypervisor, compute, network switching, backup, replication, cloud gateway, caching, WAN optimization, real-time deduplication, and more. It was founded in 2008 and headquartered in Westborough, Massachusetts.

GameSalad

Series A in 2010
GameSalad Inc. provides a mobile game development platform. It offers GameSalad Creator, which allows game developers to design, publish, and distribute original games for iOS, Android, HTML5, Kindle, Windows, Tizen, and other online platforms. The company also operates an online community for users to express and share their ideas through games. GameSalad Inc. was formerly known as Gendai Games, Inc. and changed its name to GameSalad Inc. in November 2010. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Austin, Texas.

Microfabrica Inc.

Series B in 2008
Microfabrica Inc. designs and develops micro-scale additive manufacturing solutions. The company offers a process that combines 3D printing that enables structures to be built layer by layer. Its process creates objects from layers of metal to produce extremely refined structures. The company also provides minuscule surgical instruments, including biopsy forceps and a tissue scaffold with linkages that allow it to expand with cell growth. It serves to aerospace, electronics, medical devices, and other industries. Microfabrica Inc. was formerly known as MEMGen Corporation and changed its name to Microfabrica Inc. in September 2003. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Van Nuys, California with an additional office in Santa Clara, California. As of May 20, 2019, Microfabrica Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Technoprobe S.p.A.
LendKey is a financial technology company that creates white-labeled lending solutions that transform financial institutions into profitable digital lending businesses. The company manages the entire lending process, which includes: demand generation, online decisioning, loan origination, customer service and balance sheet management. Based in New York and Cincinnati, the company was founded in 2009.

Miartech (Shanghai)

Series A in 2006
Miartech(Shanghai),Inc. develops, manufactures, and distributes Interne of Things technology products for use in smart grids, smart cities, building energy efficiency, smart homes, clean energy access, street light management, photovoltaic, and ecological agricultural applications. Its products and services include intelligent building and energy saving systems, power line carrier communication (PLC) chips and modules, chip module customization, and software development services. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Shanghai, China.

Prosper

Series E in 2011
Prosper is an online lending platform that connects people who want to borrow money with individuals and institutions. Its platform provides lists of loan requests with low, fixed-rate loans and no hidden fees or prepayment penalties, enabling clients to easily gain access to affordable personal loans and investors to earn solid returns via a data-driven underwriting model. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Xfire

Series B in 2003
Provides social gaming and networking services, shares in-game screen shots and videos, and live-streams gameplay

Mimeo

Series C in 2002
Mimeo is an on-demand printing service that allows customers to submit their digital documents, proof and print them. They can do all sorts of documents including complex bound documents, all within 24 hours. According to Mimeo, they have achieved more than 50% revenue growth with expanding margins in each of the last four years including 2006 and produce over 2 million pages a night (Sept. 2007). For your documents you can choose color or black & white printing, different bindings, covers, paper stocks and finishing options, including customized tabs, dividers and slip sheets.
LendKey is a financial technology company that creates white-labeled lending solutions that transform financial institutions into profitable digital lending businesses. The company manages the entire lending process, which includes: demand generation, online decisioning, loan origination, customer service and balance sheet management. Based in New York and Cincinnati, the company was founded in 2009.

Ripple TV

Series C in 2008
Ripple TV operates a national network of digital advertising screens targeting the areas of extended leisure time for people on-the-go. Ripple TV’s national network consists of thousands of screens located in places such as coffee shops, bookstores, and other high-traffic specialty retail locations for people who like to hang out and happen to have some attention to spare. Ripple TV was launched in 2006 and is headquartered in El Segundo, California.

BrightSource Energy

Series C in 2008
BrightSource Energy designs and builds large scale solar plants that deliver low-cost solar energy in the form of steam and/or electricity, at prices competitive with fossil fuels, to industrial and utility customers worldwide. BrightSource Energy enables industrial and utility companies to lessen their dependency on fossil fuels by providing a low cost, reliable source of clean energy during periods of peak usage. BrightSource Energy's corporate headquarters are located in Oakland, California.

Carta

Seed Round in 2013
Carta is a transfer agent for private companies that enables seed-stage to pre-IPO companies to manage equity electronically with the participation of their shareholders, employees, auditors, and legal counsel. It digitizes paper stock certificates along with stock options, warrants, and derivatives to create a real-time image of who owns what at a startup. Carta receives funding from a group of investors, including Draper VC, Expansion VC, k9 Ventures, Elefund, Subtraction Capital, Scott Banister, XG Ventures, Kima Ventures, Andy Palmer, and Structure Capital. It was founded by Manu Kumar and Henry Ward in 2012 as eShares, Carta is based in Mountain View, California.

Massive

Series B in 2004
Massive has developed a leading video game network for in-game advertising. The company was acquired by Microsoft in May 2006.

Xtime

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

Zettaset, Inc.

Series A in 2011
Zettaset is a software-defined encryption provider whose products protect against data theft and can be transparently deployed across all physical and virtual environments. Its products are designed for medium to large enterprises that deal with sensitive information that would expose them, financially and reputationally, in the event of a breach. Unlike traditional solutions that are appliance-based, Zettaset is a cost-effective, software-only solution that is easy to deploy, does not impact performance, and scales with your business from on premise to the cloud.

GlobalSight

Series C in 2000
GlobalSight is an open-source Translation Management System (TMS) that automates, streamlines, and manages the localization process. Upon upload, files for translation are routed along a customized workflow that can include both machine and human steps. Translations, reviews and edits are done online using the GlobalSight editors or offline by downloading translation kits for each of the main industry-standard tools. The completed files are then finalized and made available for download. Typical GlobalSight users include localization project managers, translators, reviewers, DTP engineers, as well as administrators and developers.

Telly

Angel Round in 2008
Telly, Inc. operates a Web-video discovery platform. The company offers Telly, a solution to share and discover videos; and Telly Plus, a premium content service that allows users to stream movies and television shows to their iOS and Android mobile devices, and computers. It serves customers primarily in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Iraq, and Yemen. Telly, Inc. was formerly known as TwitVid, Inc. and changed its name to Telly, Inc. in June 2012. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in San Francisco, California.

SugarCRM Inc

Series D in 2008
SugarCRM Inc. provides customer relationship management (CRM) solutions for small business and enterprises in the United States and internationally. The company offers sales, service, marketing, and information technology CRM solutions. It serves manufacturing, business services, financial services, commercial banking, capital market, wealth management, credit union, insurance, and other sectors. The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Cupertino, California with additional offices in New York, Raleigh, London, Munich, Mexico City, and Sydney. It also has operations in Austria, Czech Republic, France, Denmark, Finland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

Revver

Series A in 2005
The first user generated video site to offer revenue share, Revver is a video sharing site. Revver was founded in 2004 before user generated video had even begun to take off. For months into its infancy Revver looked to be a viable alternative if not legitimate challenger to YouTube. Its 50/50 revenue share model landed some high profile content like Ask a Ninja, LonelyGirl15 and the Diet Coke and Mentos guys. Users were immediately enticed by the chance not only to be a web celebrity but to make some cash while they were at it. According to Compete.com, Revver page views are still growing, however, they hit appr. 1 million monthly while YouTube achieves close to 250 million. Competitors in the user generated video area include [Veoh](http://crunchbase.com/organization/veoh), [YouTube](http://crunchbase.com/organization/youtube), Sony owned [Crackle](http://crunchbase.com/organization/crackle), [DailyMotion](http://crunchbase.com/organization/dailymotion), [Metacafe](http://crunchbase.com/organization/metacafe), [iFilm](http://crunchbase.com/organization/ifilm) and others. Ian Clarke, original Revver Co-founder, now runs social news site [Thoof](http://crunchbase.com/organization/thoof).

isocket

Series A in 2012
iSocket is a technology platform purpose-built to simplify the buying and selling of fixed price, premium, reserved inventory. iSocket For Publishers (iFP) sales automation and programmatic direct tools allow top publisher sales teams to focus on relationships and strategy, while iSocket For Advertisers (iFA) makes it easier for agencies, brands, and buying and planning platforms to execute orders of well-defined, guaranteed inventory directly with top publishers. Through automation, iSocket is able to eliminate many of the errors and overhead costs that plague the manual media sales process.

BrightVolt

Series D in 2009
BrightVolt, Inc. is engaged in the design, development, and scale manufacturing of ultra thin film batteries to power various Internet connected devices, such as medical patches, sensor labels, and power cards. It also develops custom solid state thin film batteries and power solutions for client’s IoT devices; Flexion solid state thin film lithium polymer batteries; and thin micro electronics. The company’s products are sold in the United States and internationally. BrightVolt, Inc. was formerly known as Solicore, Inc. The company was incorporated in 1998 and is based in Redmond, Washington.

Front App

Series D in 2022
Front powers the heart of business — the meaningful connections between teams and customers that lead to lasting relationships. Bringing email and apps together in a collaborative customer communication platform, Front drives business impact by scaling the natural conversations that create customers for life. More than 6,000 businesses are using Front today to cultivate personalized customer relationships at scale and transform their work into impact. Learn more at frontapp.com.

Retailigence

Seed Round in 2010
Retailigence is a hyperlocal marketing platform that utilizes brick-and-mortar inventory data obtained directly from retailers to turn online consumers into offline buyers.

Diamanti

Series A in 2016
Diamanti is the technology leader in bare-metal container infrastructure. Purpose-built for modern cloud and open-source environments, Diamanti’s container platform gives infrastructure architects, IT operations, and application owners the speed, simplicity, efficiency, and control they need to run stateful containerized applications in production.

Balena

Series B in 2019
Balena is a complete set of tools for building, deploying, and managing fleets of connected IoT devices. It provides infrastructure and tools for fleet owners so they can focus on developing their applications and growing their fleets with as little friction as possible. Balena enables devices and their running services to be managed, monitored, and updated through the web dashboard or through its API, via the CLI and SDK. Balena was established in 2013.

Mindshow, Inc

Series A in 2016
Visionary VR is a technology and content development studio, and the home of Visionary focus the revolutionary tool for virtual reality content creators that employs our proprietary system for storytelling, attention management and information delivery in VR.

Vital Therapies

Venture Round in 2012
As of April 12, 2019, Vital Therapies, Inc. was acquired by Immunic AG, in a reverse merger transaction. Vital Therapies, Inc., a biotherapeutic company, focuses on developing cell-based therapies for the treatment of acute forms of liver failure. The company was formerly known as Vitagen Acquisition Corp. and changed its name to Vital Therapies, Inc. in June 2003. Vital Therapies, Inc. was founded in 2003 and is based in San Diego, California.

Intrusic

Series B in 2006
As of January 15, 2007, Intrusic, Inc. went out of business. Intrusic, Inc. provides internal threat intelligence solutions. Its solutions protect information assets from the malicious or careless activities of trusted insiders. The company's Intrusic 4.0 solution helps organizations identify malicious, unauthorized, and inadvertent activities that breach business or security policies, and threaten compliance. Intrusic's solutions include supply chain extranets, data leakage, compromise detection, and policy compliance. Its services include internal security snapshot, internal security risk assessment, and internal threat awareness courses. The company was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts.

The Boring Company

Series C in 2022
The Boring Company is an infrastructure and tunnel construction company that aims to dig tunnels efficiently to facilitate an underground transportation network. The company was founded by Elon Musk in late 2016.

d.light

Series A in 2008
d.light is a global leader in delivering affordable solar-powered solutions.

Liquid Machines

Series D in 2008
Liquid Machines' Enterprise Rights Management (ERM) software provides control of electronic corporate assets throughout the information lifecycle, making users more efficient and reducing the risk of compliance violations and intellectual property leakage. Liquid Machines’ Enterprise Rights Management solutions enable organizations to persistently control access and usage of electronic information regardless of where it exists without changing the way users work.

Molecular Imprints

Venture Round in 2008
Molecular Imprints Inc. manufactures imprint and lithography systems for creating nanometer-scale surface relief structures. The company, through its Jet and Flash imprint lithography technology, provides nanopatterning capability for display, life science, light emitting diode, and other high-tech industries. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Austin, Texas.

Zymergen

Series A in 2015
Zymergen is a biotechnology company that specializes in the fields of machine learning, big data, and artificial intelligence. The company partner with nature to create materials and products across industries from agriculture to electronics, consumer care to pharmaceuticals, and more. It was founded in 2013 and headquartered in Emeryville, California.

AdXpose

Series C in 2011
AdXpose is the leader in digital advertising analytics solutions. The company's SaaS technology provides advertisers and publishers with greater transparency and confidence in the quality, safety, and performance of their digital advertising campaigns. The actionable optimization metrics captured by AdXpose solutions help its customers realize increased ROI, more profitable margins, and measurable ad effectiveness. AdXpose is headquartered in Seattle, WA, with offices in New York City, and is backed by Draper Fischer Jurvetson and Ignition Partners

Kaiima

Series A in 2011
Kaiima developed a pioneering, non-GMO, technology platform called EP™. EP™, coupled with advanced breeding programs, boosts the inherent productivity and resource usage efficiency of high-impact food and energy crops. The company collaborates with partners around the globe to develop new crop varieties, specifically suited for sustainable agriculture. Kaiima is also active in castor breeding, marketing and sales as well as high-quality vegetable variety development through its subsidiary, Top Seeds. Kaiima is headquartered in the Lower Galilee, Israel.

d.light design

Series A in 2008
d.light design inc. designs, manufactures, distributes, and sells solar light and power products for households and small businesses worldwide. The company solar lanterns, home systems, and appliances. It serves customers through a network of importers, distributors, and retailers, as well as online. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Palo Alto, California with additional offices in Shenzhen, China; Gurgaon, India; Nairobi, Kenya; Kampala, Uganda; and Lagos, Nigeria.

SkillSoft

Venture Round in 1999
SkillSoft Corporation develops courses for leadership and business, technology and developer, and compliance. It provides its courses through mobile devices, E-books, and live learning. The company was incorporated in 1997 and is based in Nashua, New Hampshire. SkillSoft Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Skillsoft Limited.

viz.ai, Inc.

Series D in 2022
Viz helps physicians to identify anomalies in brain scans through machine learning. The company leverages advanced deep learning to communicate time-sensitive information about stroke patients straight to a specialist who can intervene and treat. It uses deep learning algorithms to identify a suspected large vessel occlusion, a particularly disabling type of stroke, in a CT scan and alerts the stroke team specialist within minutes. Viz has developed deep learning algorithms to analyze brain scans for large vessel occlusions (LVOs), a disabling type of stroke. The company also allows the stroke center’s clinicians to rapidly share images back and forth. Viz's mission is to fundamentally improve how healthcare is delivered in the world, through intelligent software that promises to reduce time to treatment and improve access to care. Viz was founded in 2016 and is based in San Francisco, California, USA.

WaterSmart Software

Seed Round in 2012
WaterSmart Software provides intelligence beyond the meter to make the lives of water utility managers easier. Water providers using WaterSmart’s cloud-based, customer engagement, and analytics platform have been proven to reduce costs, protect revenue, and increase customer satisfaction by more than 25%. The company has won the globally coveted World Economic Forum Technology Pioneers Award for their potential to impact business and society through the design, development, and implementation of new technologies and innovation.

Kajeet

Venture Round in 2008
Kajeet, the industry leader for safe, mobile student Internet connectivity, is closing the Homework Gap in school districts across the country. Kajeet provides an affordable mobile broadband solution that connects low-income students to the resources needed to complete homework. The Kajeet SmartSpot® (a portable Wi-Fi hotspot), and the Kajeet SmartBus™ (school bus Wi-Fi) solutions combined with the innovative Sentinel® cloud portal, enables administrators and teachers to provide CIPA-compliant, customizable filtered Internet access that keeps students focused on school work and provides mobile Internet connectivity for education without worry of data abuse.

Luminus Devices

Series B in 2004
Luminus Devices develops and manufactures high performance, solid state lighting solutions for a variety of illumination applications previously thought impossible for solid state lighting. Its patented PhlatLight® LEDs products are the brightest and most versatile solid state light sources available today, redefining the solid state lighting landscape by enabling the creation of innovative new products and applications. PhlatLight LED technology is used today in products from leading global mass market consumer and specialty products companies.

ABILITY Network Inc.

Series B in 2004
ABILITY Network formerly VisionShare is helping create a healthier America by transforming how care is delivered using the Internet. Over the last ten years, they have been working in the background connecting thousands of hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, home health agencies, clinics, and tens of thousands of physicians across the country with each other, and with the nation's largest payer: Medicare. By earning the trust of their healthcare providers and the federal government each day, they have built the largest, web-based secure healthcare network in the country which now facilitates millions of transactions every day. Today, a majority of the large provider organizations across the country, including over 3,000 hospitals, as well as many leading healthcare technology companies, trust ABILITY to communicate with their healthcare partners.

EnerNOC

Series B in 2005
EnerNoc's technology-enabled energy management solutions help meet the needs of utilities/grid operators that deliver energy and are responsible for maintaining the real-time balance between supply and demand.

Legend Silicon

Series B in 2001
Legend Silicon Corp is a fabless semiconductor company engaging in the development of broadband wireless transmission technologies and products. Legend Silicon was founded in 1999 in Silicon Valley, Calif., by graduates of Tsinghua University. The company has operations in Fremont, Calif., and the Chinese cities of Beijing, Shanghai and Tianjin. The mission of Legend Silicon is to become a leading supplier of technology and silicon solutions for a new generation of broadband wireless broadcasting, initially focusing on China market.

Mimeo

Series G in 2011
Mimeo is an on-demand printing service that allows customers to submit their digital documents, proof and print them. They can do all sorts of documents including complex bound documents, all within 24 hours. According to Mimeo, they have achieved more than 50% revenue growth with expanding margins in each of the last four years including 2006 and produce over 2 million pages a night (Sept. 2007). For your documents you can choose color or black & white printing, different bindings, covers, paper stocks and finishing options, including customized tabs, dividers and slip sheets.

Immuta

Series E in 2022
Immuta provides a cloud-native data governance platform for organizations to automate data access control, security and privacy compliance, ensuring each user who queries data sees only the data they’re supposed to see, for their approved purpose or role. The platform aims to create trust across data engineering, security, legal, compliance, and business teams so they can work together to ensure timely access to critical data with minimal risk, while adhering to global data privacy regulations including the GDPR, CCPA and HIPAA.

Wellframe Inc.

Series C in 2019
Wellframe is a hospital and healthcare it provides a digital health management solutions that include care management support, digital concierge solutions, and transformation services. It helps healthcare organizations by providing solutions that enable them to support people longitudinally between traditional clinical interactions. The company was founded in 2011 and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

Livongo

Series D in 2017
Livongo is the consumer digital health company that empowers people with chronic conditions to live a better life. It has developed a completely new approach for diabetes management that combines the latest technology with coaching. By offering the right information, tools, and support, at the right time, we provide our members with real-time, personalized insights, and support to make diabetes management easier. Its approach is leading to better financial and clinical outcomes while also creating a better experience for people with diabetes and their care team of family, friends, and medical professionals. It was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

Innovium, Inc.

Series F in 2020
Innovium, Inc. develops and deploys switching silicon solutions for cloud, enterprise, and edge data centers in the United States and internationally. It offers TERALYNX 7 for large scale public and private cloud; and TERALYNX 5 for ToR, enterprise, Edge, and 5G data centers. The company also provides Network OS, a cloud, OEM, open-source network operating system; open source and standard APIs; and TERALYNX software development kit. Innovium, Inc. was incorporated in 2014 and is headquartered in San Jose, California with a location in Bengaluru, India.

Polaris Wireless, Inc.

Series B in 2004
Polaris Wireless, Inc. develops and offers software-based 3D location solutions to wireless operators, law enforcement and government agencies, and location-based application companies. The company provides 3D Location Platform, a cloud-based platform enabling applications that locate any mobile device on any network, indoors, and in real-time; and OmniLocate, integration and quicker time-to-market solution. It caters to public safety, hospitality, and healthcare industries. Polaris Wireless, Inc. was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California with additional offices in Zug, Switzerland and Singapore.

Yellowbrick Data

Series A in 2018
Yellowbrick Data was founded in 2014 by experts in database and flash memory technologies to simplify data warehousing. They wanted to solve the challenges of high availability, running complex mixed workloads, support for ad-hoc SQL, computing correct answers on any schema, massive scalability and supporting large numbers of concurrent users. Yellowbrick Data empowers companies to make faster decisions with all of their data. Built for enterprises and the hybrid cloud, the Yellowbrick Data Warehouse deploys powerful analytics anywhere, with best-in-class economics.

Hive Meetup

Series B in 2003
Meetup brings people together in thousands of cities to do more of what they want to do in life. It is organized around one simple idea: when they get together and do the things that matter to us, they’re at their best. And that’s what Meetup does. It brings people together to do, explore, teach, and learn the things that help them come alive. Meetup was established in 2002 and is based in New York City.

Transcarent

Series C in 2022
Transcarent is a consumer digital health company, uses a combination of software, technology, and data science to empower consumers with information and access, leading to better outcomes and more cost-effective decisions. We believe that having the right information, tools, and incentives in the decision-making process can be positively transformative in the way we all experience healthcare.

Pronto Networks Inc.

Series A in 2003
Pronto Networks Provides Carrier-Class Operations Support Systems (OSS) That Enables Network Operators To Deploy And Manage Large Public WLAN Networks. The Company’s Software Handles Provisioning, Configuration, Authentication, Access Control, Security, Pre-Paid And Post-Paid Billing, And Roaming Settlement For Large Public WLAN Networks.

Xealth

Seed Round in 2017
Xealth Inc. develops and operates a digital health prescribing platform that enables clinicians to integrate, prescribe, and monitor digital health tools for patients from their EHR workflows. Its platform enables care teams and physicians to monitor patient engagement and analyze the effects of more engaged patients. The company’s platform is also used for patient education, online third-party apps and programs, and device monitoring; and non-clinical services, such as ride shares, food delivery, and e-commerce product recommendations. Xealth Inc. was founded in 2016 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

Akimbo

Series B in 2004
Akimbo is a white label video solution. It includes an advertising system and "supports multiple business models including ad-supported, transactional, subscription, download-to-own, download-to-burn, pay-per-minute, gift cards and account credits."

Memphis Meats

Series B in 2020
Memphis Meats develops meat produced directly from animal cells without the need to raise and slaughter actual animals that require significantly less caloric input, water, land, and energy than conventional meat production, enabling consumers to enjoy meat products that are clean and free from harmful chemicals. Founded by Uma Valeti and Nicholas Genovese in 2015, Memphis Meats is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Sysdig

Series G in 2021
Sysdig (Twitter: @sysdig) is the cloud-native intelligence company. We have created the only unified platform to deliver monitoring, security, and troubleshooting in a microservices-friendly architecture. Our open source technologies have attracted a community of over a million developers, administrators and other IT professionals looking for deep visibility into systems and containers. Our container intelligence platform monitors and secures millions of containers across hundreds of enterprises, including Fortune 500 companies and web-scale properties.

Epocrates

Series B in 2000
Epocrates develops mobile and online clinical information and decision support software that enables health-care professionals to find answers more quickly and confidently at the point of care. 1 out of 3 U.S. physicians and 1 out of 3 U.S. medical students currently use Epocrates software.

Dutchie

Series D in 2021
Dutchie is an online cannabis ordering platform connecting consumers to local dispensaries. Users can type in their address, find cannabis retailers in their area, view menus, and order via web or mobile for delivery or pickup. It makes buying cannabis easy, safe, and convenient. The platform allows consumers to order from their favorite local dispensaries.

Biofuelbox

Series A in 2007
BioFuelBox Corporation, an alternative energy company, provides modular bio-refineries for converting waste materials into biodiesel. It focuses on processing various materials, such as brown grease, wastewater scum/sludge, used cooking oil, waste fish oil, animal fats and tallow, and algae paste, as well as municipal fats, oil, and greases. BioFuelBox Corporation serves industries and municipalities. The company was incorporated in 2006 and is headquartered in San Jose, California with a plant location in Idaho.

Fastpoint

Series B in 2009
Fastpoint Games develops live data-driven games for Fortune 500 companies.

Diamanti

Series B in 2017
Diamanti is the technology leader in bare-metal container infrastructure. Purpose-built for modern cloud and open-source environments, Diamanti’s container platform gives infrastructure architects, IT operations, and application owners the speed, simplicity, efficiency, and control they need to run stateful containerized applications in production.

Reenergy Electric

Venture Round in 2009
Re-Energy.ca is a renewable energy project kit that can be downloaded and printed from the world wide web - for free! Re-Energy.ca explores wind energy, water energy, solar energy, biomass energy and more. Build your own working models from one of five easy-to-follow construction plans, including a wind turbine, biogas generator, solar car and more. Re-Energy.ca provides educators with background information, exciting hands-on learning activities, resources and links on renewable energy and sustainable energy technologies. Re-Energy.ca is a hands-on renewable energy learning experience. Building working models of renewable energy technologies allows students in grades 7 through 12 to discover the fundamental principles of biology, chemistry and physics, and to explore the application of science and technology to social and environmental issues.

Chartbeat Inc.

Series B in 2012
Chartbeat is a content intelligence platform for publishers that empowers companies to build loyal audiences with real-time and historical editorial analytics across desktop, social, and mobile platforms. The company helps digital publishing organizations understand what, within their content, is keeping people engaged. It shows visitors, load times, and referring sites on a minute-by-minute basis. The service also provides alerts the second your Website crashes or slows to a crawl. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in New York.

EdeniQ Inc.

Venture Round in 2014
Edeniq, Inc. is a leading biotechnology company that develops processes for producing and measuring cellulosic ethanol from corn kernel fiber through its Intellulose technology. Edeniq’s Intellulose requires zero capital investment and is easily integrated into existing ethanol production facilities. Edeniq was established in 2008 and is headquartered in Visalia, Calif. with a field office in Omaha, Neb. More information can be found at www.edeniq.com.

Brightkite

Venture Round in 2009
Use Brightkite to meet people around you, keep up with your friends, explore and discover new places. Brightkite is the real time social discovery network. 1 Million people use Brightkite's free services every week, which are available to anyone, anywhere, worldwide. All you need is a mobile phone or Web browser to bring your friends together in the real world, wherever you may be. The award-winning company is headquartered in Burlingame, California. To learn more about using your phone as a social discovery tool, visit us at www.brightkite.com.

Planet Metrics

Series A in 2008
Planet Metrics is a carbon information management (CIM) software company that provides streamlined modeling, analytics and complex data visualization for corporate sustainability strategists and product innovation teams. Planet Metric's goal is to guide customers in their corporate decision making to achieve sustainability goals and improve financial performance. Working with major brands in automotive, consumer packaged goods, retail, technology, and other industries, Planet Metrics provides Rapid Carbon Modeling (RCM) technology which offers organizations software to model, visualize, and manage carbon reduction efforts throughout the company's operations. Integrated analytics and visualizations make it easy to identify hot spots of carbon intensity in packaging, supply chain, transportation, logistics, and disposal. Planet Metrics solutions are typically deployed in under 30 days, and integrate existing Lifecycle Assessment (LCA) data, GHG Inventories, and other enterprise business application data.

AltoBeam (China) Inc.

Series D in 2012
AltoBeam (China) Inc., a fabless IC design company, develops and produces receiver and demodulator IC products for the global digital television (DTV) industry. The company offers demodulators, silicon tuners, and controllers. It sells its products through offices in China and Korea, as well as agents in Japan and Taiwan. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Beijing, China with additional offices, and R&D and customer support facilities in Beijing and Shenzhen, China; San Jose, California; and Seoul, Korea.

Vizu Corporation

Series A in 2005
Enterprise technology platform allowing advertisers to target audiences through the purchase funnel

Direct Flow Medical

Venture Round in 2012
Direct Flow Medical is a medical device company developing a percutaneous aortic tissue valve prosthesis to provide patients requiring treatment of cardiac valve insufficiency with a safe and effective percutaneous option. Approximately 1.2 million people over the age of 65 have calcified aortic valves, yet only an estimated 150,000 are surgically treated each year.

Agradis

Venture Round in 2012
Agradis is an agricultural biotechnology company formed in 2011 to improve the sustainability and efficiency of crop production agriculture.

Ipedo Inc

Series A in 2001
Ipedo delivers innovative enterprise information integration software that provides on-demand intelligence to users. The award-winning Ipedo XIP combines powerful SQL and XML Query processing, enabling organizations to fuse together information from any database, content source or Web Service. Customers in financial services, government, life sciences, manufacturing, and high technology organizations rely on its patented Dual-Core Query Architecture to power a range of business critical applications.

D-Wave Systems

Venture Round in 2014
D-Wave Systems designs and manufactures quantum computing and superconducting electronics. It offers D-Wave One system, a computing system that is designed for industrial problems encountered by Fortune 500 companies, government, and academia. The company also provides customer support, site preparation, site installation, training packages, and on-site engineer support services. D-Wave Systems was founded in 1999 and is based in Burnaby, Canada. The company has additional offices and R&D facilities in Palo Alto, California.

Nervana

Series A in 2015
Nervana focuses on building technology to power the next generation of intelligent applications. Founded by experts in machine learning, neuroscience, processor architecture, and chip design, Nervana Systems is bringing unprecedented scale and simplicity to the application of brain-inspired algorithms. It was founded in 2014 and headquartered in San Diego, California.

End2End Holdings

Venture Round in 2002
End2End is a provider of outsourced mobile data solutions in Europe. End2End’s managed service solutions are currently powering the delivery of mobile data services and content across more than 50 mobile operators in 20 countries on five continents.

Elektra Labs, Inc.

Series A in 2021
HumanFirst enables safe, effective, and equitable healthcare operations at home. Previously known as Elektra Labs, HumanFirst serves leading organizations pioneering decentralized clinical trials and virtual care. Twenty-two of the 25 largest pharmaceutical companies in the world have used the HumanFirst platform to evaluate and enable the deployment of health technology products. HumanFirst offers command center and infrastructure solutions that ensure their telehealth operations are as reliable and trustworthy as those within hospitals or labs.

Telaria

Series D in 2010
Telaria, Inc. provides a software platform for publishers to manage and monetize video advertising in the United States, Europe, Canada, Latin America, and the Asia Pacific regions. The company offers publishers with real-time analytics, data, and decisioning tools to control their video advertising business, as well as a monetization solution to optimize yield across a publisher’s supply of digital video inventory. Its technology enables publishers to manage and deliver their video inventory through a single platform. The company was formerly known as Tremor Video, Inc. and changed its name to Telaria, Inc. in September 2017. Telaria, Inc. was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in New York, New York. Telaria, Inc. is a subsidiary of The Rubicon Project, Inc.

Contextweb

Series C in 2006
Contextweb offers real-time solutions to deliver advertisements using categories and keywords. As of September 22, 2011, Contextweb was acquired by PulsePoint. Contextweb operates as an advertising company. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in New York, New York.

Fangtek

Series C in 2006
Shanghai Fangtek Electronics Co., Ltd. designs, develops, and markets analog and mixed-signal power management integrated circuits for communication, computing, and consumer markets. Its products include audio power amplifiers, LED drivers, SIM card controllers, analog switches, reset integrated circuits, charger protection products, and voltage regulators. The company serves audio, lighting, and supply voltage regulation applications; and mobile phone, MP3/4, GPS, mini sound box, and MID applications. Shanghai Fangtek Electronics Co., Ltd. was founded in 2003 and is based in Shanghai, China with an additional office in Shenzhen, China.

GameSalad

Series A in 2012
GameSalad Inc. provides a mobile game development platform. It offers GameSalad Creator, which allows game developers to design, publish, and distribute original games for iOS, Android, HTML5, Kindle, Windows, Tizen, and other online platforms. The company also operates an online community for users to express and share their ideas through games. GameSalad Inc. was formerly known as Gendai Games, Inc. and changed its name to GameSalad Inc. in November 2010. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Austin, Texas.
Provides video advertising solutions for advertisers and agencies, and publisher partners in the United States and internationally.

Solar Junction

Series D in 2012
Solar Junction is a manufacturer of high efficiency III-V multi-junction solar cells based on ASLAM ™ materials. The company is dedicated to providing the industry’s highest efficiency solar cells to enable CPV as a cost effective energy solution. Founded in 2007, Solar Junction is headquartered in San Jose, California. Investors include New Enterprise Associates, Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Advanced Technology Ventures.

Aveillant

Series A in 2012
Aveillant Ltd develops and commercializes holographic radar systems. It offers wind farm mitigation and surveillance products. The company’s products are used in high-speed trajectory measurement, aerial target discrimination, ship protection, maritime and coastal surveillance, and border and force protection applications, as well as to know the problems caused by wind turbines that cause to air traffic control radar. Aveillant Ltd was founded in 2011 and is based in Cambridge, United Kingdom. As of November 28, 2017, Aveillant Ltd operates as a subsidiary of Thales S.A.

Wellframe Inc.

Series B in 2017
Wellframe is a hospital and healthcare it provides a digital health management solutions that include care management support, digital concierge solutions, and transformation services. It helps healthcare organizations by providing solutions that enable them to support people longitudinally between traditional clinical interactions. The company was founded in 2011 and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

Achex

Series A in 2000
Achex, Inc. (www.achex.com) was an Internet payments company that enabled simple and secure Internet payments for buyers and sellers. The Achex service, based on a patent-pending infrastructure and business processes, leveraged the Internet and existing payment networks to transfer funds online in a simple, convenient and highly secure manner.

Loftium

Seed Round in 2017
Loftium Inc offers mortgage financing to homeowners and subsequently rents out a room from those homes through Airbnb. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

Zerve

Series A in 2014
Zerve is an online platform for buying and selling tickets worldwide. It provides a solution that cannot be found anywhere else. In the coming months and years, as we continue to develop our product, we are confident you will turn to Zerve weekly – often daily – to figure out how to make the most of all of YOUR free moments.

Fotomoto

Series A in 2009
Fotomoto is an e-commerce system specifically designed for photos. If you are a photographer or you operate a website with a big photo inventory, Fotomoto helps you monetize your photos and sell them in a professional way -- on your own website. You will sell without any hassle. Fotomoto takes care of everything: processing order right on your website, processing the payment, making a print (or other products), and shipping it to the customers. Our goal is to let photographers and content owners focus on their photography without worrying about the hassles of selling. Fotomoto was sold to liveBooks, Inc. on December 31, 2012.

OnVantage

Series B in 2006
As of December 29, 2006, OnVantage, Inc. was acquired by StarCite, Inc. OnVantage, Inc. provides corporate spend management and supplier marketing technology for global professional meetings and events market. The company's products and services include spend management suite, sourcing management, Attendee Management solution, consulting, and sourcing and planning. Through its Marketplace for Meetings, the company connects various Fortune 500 companies, corporations, and associations to a global network of hotel properties and meeting suppliers. The company operates a searched online database for meetings and events, where various meeting professionals conduct searches daily. OnVantage was formed in 2004 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, with sales and customer service operations in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, and Hong Kong.

Box

Series B in 2009
Box is an online file sharing and cloud content management service offering unlimited storage, custom branding, and administrative controls. After starting as a college business project in 2005, Box was officially launched in March of 2006 with the vision of connecting people, devices, and networks. Box provides more than 8 million users with secure cloud content management and collaboration. They say their platform "allows personal and commercial content to be accessible, sharable, and storable in any format from anywhere." It also helps businesses of all sizes in every industry securely access and manages their critical information in the cloud. It was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.

Konarka Technologies

Series C in 2004
Konarka Technologies, Inc. develops and advances nano-enabled polymer photovoltaic materials for commercial, industrial, government, and consumer applications. It provides standard products to serve portable power needs; and custom solutions, such as roll up chargers, personal accessories, and fold up chargers. The company's products are used in outdoor, portable power, indoor and remote sensing, and mission critical applications. It has strategic partnerships with Air Products, 24 Innovations, Kurz, SkyShades, Chevron, Merck, Toppan Forms, Dupont, Siemens, and the U.S. Air Force. Konarka Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Lowell, Massachusetts with business development offices in Asia. It has a research and development facility in Austria. The company has operations in the United States, Europe, and Asia.

Salt Security

Series D in 2022
Salt Security is an API security company based in Palo Alto, California. It provides an API protection platform to prevent attacks, using machine learning and AI to automatically and continuously identify and protect APIs. Deployed in minutes, the platform learns the granular behavior of a company’s APIs and requires no configuration or customization to pinpoint and block API attackers. The company was founded in 2016 and led by co-founder and CEO Roey Eliyahu.

Siimpel Corporation

Series A in 2002
Applies high precision MEMS platform technology to enable the reduction in size of high-performance digital cameras

The Boring Company

Venture Round in 2019
The Boring Company is an infrastructure and tunnel construction company that aims to dig tunnels efficiently to facilitate an underground transportation network. The company was founded by Elon Musk in late 2016.

Set Protocol

Seed Round in 2018
Set Labs is creating the next generation of finance through crypto-financial primitives. The company is developing tools that enable developers to bundle crypto assets together called Sets, which allow users to create cryptocurrency baskets, baskets of non-fungibles, baskets of on-chain securities, and more.

Elementary Robotics, Inc.

Series B in 2021
Elementary Robotics, Inc. manufactures robots for human assistance. It offers robots to automate QA and traceability for AI-assisted manufacturing. The company’s robots are also used to track the stages of assembly across production lines. It serves electronics, automotive, medical, and consumer packaged goods and logistics industries. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Pasadena, California with additional offices in Mexico and Chicago.

Akimbo

Series D in 2008
Akimbo is a white label video solution. It includes an advertising system and "supports multiple business models including ad-supported, transactional, subscription, download-to-own, download-to-burn, pay-per-minute, gift cards and account credits."

Aera Technology

Series C in 2019
Aera Technology, Inc. develops cognitive software solutions. It offers Cognitive Operating System, a cloud platform for cognitive automation of artificial intelligence, machine learning, data modelling, and data science functions to help run business operations. Its platform allows employees to build and configure their own digital skills; automate processes that combine different functions and data sources; use prepackaged skills, or work with partners on developing skills for the organization. Its applications include demand planning in the supply chain via harmonising data from ERP, CRM, sales, marketing, trends, and social feeds. It serves pharma, manufacturing, retail, wholesale, and CPG industries. Aera Technology, Inc. was formerly known as FusionOps, Inc. and changed its name to Aera Technology, Inc. in June 2017. The company was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California with additional offices in San Francisco, California; Paris, France; Cluj-Napoca and Bucharest, Romania; Pune and Bangalore, India; Sydney, Australia; and Singapore.

WaterSmart Software

Series B in 2015
WaterSmart Software provides intelligence beyond the meter to make the lives of water utility managers easier. Water providers using WaterSmart’s cloud-based, customer engagement, and analytics platform have been proven to reduce costs, protect revenue, and increase customer satisfaction by more than 25%. The company has won the globally coveted World Economic Forum Technology Pioneers Award for their potential to impact business and society through the design, development, and implementation of new technologies and innovation.

RedKite Financial Markets

Venture Round in 2012
Redkite Financial Markets was established in 2009 to equip financial institutions with the tools and knowledge to better monitor their trading activities in today's complex market environment.

Varolii

Series D in 2011
Varolii is the market and technology leader in proactive outbound communications. Its on-demand communication software and services help organizations more effectively reach and interact with their customers and employees, getting the best result from every interaction. By automating the processes required for personalized communications such as flight cancellation notices, fraud detection alerts and prescription pick-up reminders, Varolii helps its clients reduce operational costs, increase contact center efficiency, and get more out of their existing IT investments. More than 380 companies, including many of the largest U.S. banks, airlines, wireless carriers, utilities, and healthcare organizations trust Varolii to send 4 million communications every business day. Varolii is headquartered in Seattle with offices in the Boston and Denver metropolitan areas. Varolii was acquired by Nuance Communications (NASDAQ: NUAN) in October 2013 for an undisclosed price.

Box

Series C in 2010
Box is an online file sharing and cloud content management service offering unlimited storage, custom branding, and administrative controls. After starting as a college business project in 2005, Box was officially launched in March of 2006 with the vision of connecting people, devices, and networks. Box provides more than 8 million users with secure cloud content management and collaboration. They say their platform "allows personal and commercial content to be accessible, sharable, and storable in any format from anywhere." It also helps businesses of all sizes in every industry securely access and manages their critical information in the cloud. It was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.

Rethink Robotics

Series E in 2017
Rethink Robotics helps manufacturers meet the challenges of an agile economy with an integrated workforce, combining trainable, safe and cost-effective robots with skilled labor. Its Baxter robot, driven by Intera, an advanced software platform, gives world-class manufacturers and distributors in automotive, plastics, consumer goods, electronics and more, a workforce multiplier that optimizes labor. With Rethink Robotics, manufacturers increase flexibility, lower costs and can invest in skilled labor—all advantages in fueling continuous innovation and sustainable competitive advantage. Committed to accelerating robotics innovation in manufacturing and beyond, Rethink Robotics’ Baxter Research Robot gives academic and corporate research environments a humanoid robot platform with integrated sensors and an open software development kit for creating custom applications. Based in Boston, Massachusetts, the company is funded by Bezos Expeditions, Charles River Ventures, Highland Capital Partners, Sigma Partners, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, and Two Sigma Ventures.

SpaceX, Inc.

Series G in 2015
Space Exploration Technologies is a space-transportation startup company founded by Elon Musk. SpaceX designs, manufactures, and launches advanced rockets and spacecraft. SpaceX develops crew and cargo capsules, engines, cryogenic tank structures, avionics, equipment, guidance, and control software. The company is developing the partially reusable launch vehicles Falcon 1 and Falcon 9. Founded in 2002, Space Exploration Technologies is headquartered in Hawthorne, California.

GreatPoint Energy, Inc.

Venture Round in 2009
GreatPoint Energy is a technology-driven natural resources company and the developer of a proprietary, highly-efficient catalytic process known as hydromethanation, by which coal, petroleum coke, and biomass are converted directly into low-cost, clean, pipeline-quality natural gas, while allowing for the capture and sequestration of carbon dioxide (CO2). Hydromethanation yields dramatically improved economics for the production of natural gas and an environmental footprint equivalent to that of the most environmentally friendly commercial fuel.
Fountain Medical Development Ltd., a contract research organization, provides ICH GCP compliant clinical research services for the multinational clients in China and the United States. It offers consulting, project management, regulatory affairs, clinical operations, central laboratory services, site management, biometrics, and clinical trial designs, as well as AE/SAE collection, review, assessment and reporting services, data and safety monitoring board handling, and signal detection services. The company is based in Beijing, China.

EnerNOC

Series B in 2006
EnerNoc's technology-enabled energy management solutions help meet the needs of utilities/grid operators that deliver energy and are responsible for maintaining the real-time balance between supply and demand.

Mimeo

Series B in 2001
Mimeo is an on-demand printing service that allows customers to submit their digital documents, proof and print them. They can do all sorts of documents including complex bound documents, all within 24 hours. According to Mimeo, they have achieved more than 50% revenue growth with expanding margins in each of the last four years including 2006 and produce over 2 million pages a night (Sept. 2007). For your documents you can choose color or black & white printing, different bindings, covers, paper stocks and finishing options, including customized tabs, dividers and slip sheets.

Cohesity

Series E in 2020
Cohesity makes your data work for you by consolidating secondary storage silos onto a hyperconverged, web-scale data platform that spans both private and public clouds. Enterprise customers begin by radically streamlining their backup and data protection, then converge file and object services, test/dev instances and analytic functions to provide a global data store. Cohesity counts many Global 1000 companies among its rapidly growing customer base. CRN named Cohesity a Top 25 Disrupter and one of the 10 Coolest Hyperconverged Products of 2016. Cohesity is a group of passionate individuals working together to bring innovation to the storage landscape. Their group has employees from renowned companies such as Google, Nutanix, Riverbed, VMware, Netflix, Aster Data and others in the heart of Silicon Valley.

Tacit Software

Venture Round in 2000
Tacit Software is a provider of collaboration and knowledge management software and the company behind illumio (www.illumio.com), a productivity tool for monitoring news, blogs, and wikis and connecting with others to share knowledge and expertise. illumio is used by individuals and organizations to more effectively discover and share information by delivering to users only what's important to them. Tacit's enterprise customers include some of the world's leading Fortune 500 companies including Lockheed Martin, Morgan Stanley, and Northrop Grumman.

Calibrate

Series B in 2021
Calibrate is a new telemedicine metabolic health care startup that gives people everywhere control of their health. Their one-year metabolic reset is built on the latest weight health science and is vetted and approved by a world-class clinical advisory board. They are a modern, medical approach that combines medication with one-on-one coaching—all personalized to the individual's biology, their goals, and their life for a 10% weight loss that lasts. It was founded in 2019 and is headquartered in New York.

Vital

Series A in 2021
Vital Software Inc. develops cloud-based emergency department software for hospitals and patients. Its software enables clinicians to reduce time on EHRs; optimizing flow with artificial intelligence; and integrated IT solutions. The company was founded in 2017 and is based in Atlanta, Georgia.

Chef, Inc.

Series D in 2013
Chef, Inc. provides cloud-based infrastructure automation solutions. It offers configuration management, a solution to manage complex infrastructure; cloud management that enables users to manage and scale cloud infrastructure with no downtime or interruptions, as well as build, destroy, and rebuild servers on public or private cloud; and DevOps, a solution for collaboration between development and operations. The company also provides Enterprise Chef that automates user infrastructure that accelerates time to market, helps users to manage scale and complexity, and safeguards their systems; and professional services that include planning, training and skill development, and project-based services. Chef, Inc. was formerly known as Chef, Inc. and changed its name to Opscode, Inc. in December 2013. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Seattle, Washington. As of October 5, 2020, Chef, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Progress Software Corporation.

HDmessaging

Series C in 2009
We are the backbone for text 2.0. Our free, fully featured API and open source clients provide everything developers need to build killer group messaging apps. We're powering a revolution in text messaging - Group conversations - Photo + media sharing - Location sharing - Facebook, Twitter integration - SMS integration & connectivity We provide a free API to anyone who wants to add group messaging to their service or application. Mobile device OEMs, network operators and app developers are all using the API today to build white label messaging services.

Contextweb

Series A in 2004
Contextweb offers real-time solutions to deliver advertisements using categories and keywords. As of September 22, 2011, Contextweb was acquired by PulsePoint. Contextweb operates as an advertising company. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in New York, New York.

Immuta

Series C in 2020
Immuta provides a cloud-native data governance platform for organizations to automate data access control, security and privacy compliance, ensuring each user who queries data sees only the data they’re supposed to see, for their approved purpose or role. The platform aims to create trust across data engineering, security, legal, compliance, and business teams so they can work together to ensure timely access to critical data with minimal risk, while adhering to global data privacy regulations including the GDPR, CCPA and HIPAA.

ICIX

Venture Round in 2009
Active Transparency. Brand Protection. Customer Trust. ICIX helps the retail industry’s leading companies collaborate across trading partner networks to achieve Active Transparency. Our solutions enable companies to safeguard consumers, protect their brand, and build trust - all while improving margins. More than 20,000 businesses actively connect on the ICIX network, including 3 of the top 10 U.S. retailers and the top 100 food suppliers. ICIX customers include Walmart, Nike, Target, Hanesbrands, US Foods, Diageo, Wakefern and Restoration Hardware.

AdXpose

Series B in 2008
AdXpose is the leader in digital advertising analytics solutions. The company's SaaS technology provides advertisers and publishers with greater transparency and confidence in the quality, safety, and performance of their digital advertising campaigns. The actionable optimization metrics captured by AdXpose solutions help its customers realize increased ROI, more profitable margins, and measurable ad effectiveness. AdXpose is headquartered in Seattle, WA, with offices in New York City, and is backed by Draper Fischer Jurvetson and Ignition Partners

Emilio Health

Series C in 2022
Brightline is a technology-enabled behavioral health home for children and their families. Brightline delivers integrated care through innovative technology, virtual behavioral health services, and a collaborative care team focused on supporting children across developmental stages and their families.

Socialtext

Series D in 2009
Company that produces enterprise social software via its integrated suite of web-based social apps

Remitly

Series D in 2017
Remitly is a mobile payment service that enables consumers to conveniently make person-to-person international money transfers from the United States. Its online service is disrupting the $588 billion a year industry by using the latest technology and mobile devices to eliminate unnecessary forms, codes, agents, extra time and fees tied to the traditional money transfer process. As a licensed money transmitter, Remitly currently operates in 49 states and Washington, D.C., and spends millions of dollars to thousands of customers each month. Remitly is backed by Stripes Group, DFJ, Vulcan Capital, QED, Trilogy Equity Partners, DN Capital, Founders Co-Op, Bezos Expeditions, and TomorrowVentures.

4INFO

Venture Round in 2011
4INFO, Inc. operates as an identity and activation solutions company. The company offers Bullseye ID, which creates a match key that maps all the connected devices in a household to consumer data, including the marketer’s own CRM data and a treasure trove of second and third-party data for insights, targeting, and attribution. Its platform delivers measured mobile campaigns to CPG companies, retailers, and auto manufacturers. The company serves brands, agencies, media, and data companies; and advanced TV, CPG, automotive, retail, QSR, pharma, and financial industries. 4INFO, Inc. was formerly known as UDoIt. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in San Jose, California. It has a location in New York, New York. As of January 2, 2020, 4INFO, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Cadent, LLC.

Concept.io

Series A in 2013
Concept.io is the creator of Swell Radio, a delightful mobile app that streams personalized audio news and information. Swell helps users discover new content and expand their minds on the go. Concept.io strives to connect people with ideas and knowledge efficiently so we can all be more productive with our time. Concept.io is a technology startup funded by top-tier venture firms. The founding team consists of experienced entrepreneurs with a successful track record.

Homestead Technologies

Series A in 1998
Homestead Technologies provides website and e-commerce site creation, marketing, and hosting services for small businesses. The company offers search engine optimization services, including professional key phrase selection, web page optimization, strategic link-building, and online tracking and reporting; site design services for search engines and ongoing search engine optimization; and website building, website hosting, domain and email, customer support, online store, and marketing tool services. Homestead Technologies was founded in 1996 and is based in Menlo Park, California. It operates as a subsidiary of Endurance International Group Holdings, Inc. Because of the breadth and depth of Homestead Technologies's expertise, their competitors are many. But, in regards to website creation, competitors could include [SnapPages](http://www.snappages.com), Wix, Weebly, or Squarespace.

Outreach, Inc.

Series D in 2018
Outreach is a sales engagement platform that accelerates revenue growth by optimizing every interaction throughout the customer lifecycle. The platform manages all customer interactions across email, voice and social, and leverages machine learning to guide reps to take the right actions. Thousands of customers, including Cloudera, Glassdoor, Pandora, and Zillow, rely on Outreach to drive predictable and measurable growth, increase efficiency and effectiveness of customer-facing teams, and improve visibility into sales activity and performance.

Location Labs

Series B in 2005
Location Labs provides mobile security solutions for people worldwide. The company offers Phone Controls which provides anti-virus and cloud-based backup solutions for protecting people who carry phones, including kids, families, and individuals; Locator that enables users to see where important people are on a map, get automatic location alerts, and keep track of where they have been; and Drive Safe that locks the phone automatically when it is moving. The company also offers Sparkle, a mobile platform that enables its users to manage analytics, MDM, and enhanced location remotely in the cloud. Location Labs was founded in 2000 and is based in Emeryville, California.

SugarSync, Inc.

Series A in 2005
SugarSync is a powerful data sync, file sharing and online backup solution ideal for busy professionals and digitally-connected consumers. It enables users to access documents, photos and music across all of their devices, including desktops, laptops and mobile devices (including iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile). The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in San Mateo, California.

BetterUp Inc.

Series D in 2021
Founded in 2013, BetterUp is a mobile-based leadership development platform used by Fortune 500 companies. With a holistic, science-backed methodology, BetterUp develops new behaviors and mindsets that enable high performance amid constant and accelerating change. Through on-demand, virtual coaching sessions, users practice and reinforce new behaviors and skills. Individual growth is measured and tracked. With a diverse range of customers, including Genentech, Logitech, and Workday, BetterUp inspires employees to build the skills to thrive personally and professionally.

PubMatic

Series C in 2010
PubMatic is an automation solutions company for an open digital media industry. Featuring the leading omni-channel revenue automation platform for publishers and enterprise-grade programmatic tools for media buyers, PubMatic’s publisher-first approach enables advertisers to access premium inventory at scale. Processing nearly one trillion ad impressions per month, PubMatic has created a global infrastructure to activate meaningful connections between consumers, content and brands. Since 2006, PubMatic’s focus on data and technology innovation has fueled the growth of the programmatic industry as a whole. Headquartered in Redwood City, California, PubMatic operates 12 offices and six data centers worldwide. PubMatic is a registered trademark of PubMatic, Inc. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Jibe

Series B in 2013
At Jibe, we create global recruiting software solutions to help the world’s leading companies identify, engage, and hire the best talent. Jibe's core technology is the Jibe Recruiting Cloud, a SaaS-based platform that enables leading companies to hire the best talent, regardless of their existing systems. Through this platform, Jibe provides a suite of products including personalized career sites and recruiting tools for sourcing, nurturing and marketing to candidates. Jibe currently serves the world's leading Fortune 500 companies, including Johnson & Johnson, FedEx, Marriott, and American Express. Elevated by strategic partnerships with Google and LinkedIn and backed by their expertise in recruiting technology, Jibe continues to be an innovative leader in the changing world of talent acquisition.

Diamanti

Series A in 2014
Diamanti is the technology leader in bare-metal container infrastructure. Purpose-built for modern cloud and open-source environments, Diamanti’s container platform gives infrastructure architects, IT operations, and application owners the speed, simplicity, efficiency, and control they need to run stateful containerized applications in production.

Avenue 8

Series A in 2021
Avenue 8 is a digital and mobile-first residential real estate brokerage for modern agents, helping them to be more entrepreneurial, to close from anywhere, and to keep substantially more of their income. With an emphasis on simplicity and design, the company provides premium services at scale through a mix of automation and human expertise, from marketing a home to making an offer.

BinOptics

Series C in 2006
BinOptics Corporation manufactures monolithically integrated optoelectronic components. It offers directly modulated fabry-perot, directly modulated distributed feedback, and ring lasers; and custom integrated chips, such as edge- and surface-emitting lasers, monitoring and high-speed photodetectors, electroabsorption modulators, semiconductor optical amplifiers, beam couplers/splitters, waveguides, and on-chip lenses. The company offers its products for use in datacom and telecommunication applications, such as gigabit ethernet and PON applications, as well as advanced non-telecomunication applications. BinOptics Corporation was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Ithaca, New York.

Everdream

Series D in 2003
Digital content agency providing on-demand personal computer and desktop management software services

ezhome

Venture Round in 2016
At ezhome we've transformed the ease with which customers care for their gardens with our subscription based lawn care service. We believe in providing homeowners with clear pricing, continuous communication, on demand availability, and amazing service and support.

Collective Health

Series F in 2021
Collective Health gives companies a smarter alternative to traditional health insurance. Through a cloud-based, integrated health benefits platform, the company enables self-insured employers to get more out of their healthcare investment while taking better care of their people. Collective Health has seen exponential traction in the $1.2 trillion employer-sponsored insurance market -- its membership has grown by 500x in just three sales cycles. Currently, the company covers 70,000 employee and dependent lives across 15 employers; clients include Activision Blizzard, Crossfit, eBay, Palantir and Red Bull. For more information, visit https://www.collectivehealth.com.

AutoLeap Incorporated

Series A in 2021
AutoLeap Incorporated develops a software platform that enables automotive repair shops to organize operations, schedule jobs, conduct digital inspections, manage technicians, and invoice customers. Its platform streamlines the workflow, collects payments, and displays performance data. AutoLeap Incorporated was incorporated in 2019 and is based in Toronto, Canada.

Yardbarker Network

Series B in 2008
Yardbarker aggregates news articles about sports from around the web. These articles are submitted by users and voted up in a Digg-like fashion. Amateur writers can also contribute to the site with blog posts about their favorite sports topics. Sports videos and photos are also aggregated alongside articles. Professional Athletes like Baron Davis, Greg Oden, Champ Bailey, and Donovan McNabb, and Rajon Rondo contribute weekly blog entries. While Yardbarker.com is the company's content hub page, the company also runs a network of 600+ sports blogs, fan sites, and male content focused websites. In October 2008, the company announced FARK.com as their latest network addition as well as reaching 10 million unique people.

BrightVolt

Series D in 2009
BrightVolt, Inc. is engaged in the design, development, and scale manufacturing of ultra thin film batteries to power various Internet connected devices, such as medical patches, sensor labels, and power cards. It also develops custom solid state thin film batteries and power solutions for client’s IoT devices; Flexion solid state thin film lithium polymer batteries; and thin micro electronics. The company’s products are sold in the United States and internationally. BrightVolt, Inc. was formerly known as Solicore, Inc. The company was incorporated in 1998 and is based in Redmond, Washington.

Homestead Technologies

Series B in 1999
Homestead Technologies provides website and e-commerce site creation, marketing, and hosting services for small businesses. The company offers search engine optimization services, including professional key phrase selection, web page optimization, strategic link-building, and online tracking and reporting; site design services for search engines and ongoing search engine optimization; and website building, website hosting, domain and email, customer support, online store, and marketing tool services. Homestead Technologies was founded in 1996 and is based in Menlo Park, California. It operates as a subsidiary of Endurance International Group Holdings, Inc. Because of the breadth and depth of Homestead Technologies's expertise, their competitors are many. But, in regards to website creation, competitors could include [SnapPages](http://www.snappages.com), Wix, Weebly, or Squarespace.

Helix

Series C in 2021
Helix is the leading population genomics company working at the intersection of clinical care, research, and genomics. Its end-to-end platform enables health systems, life sciences companies, and payers to advance genomic research and accelerate the integration of genomic data into clinical care. Powered by one of the world's largest CLIA / CAP next-generation sequencing labs and its proprietary Exome+™ assay, Helix supports all aspects of population genomics including recruitment and engagement, clinically actionable disease screening, return of results, and basic and translational research.

General Assembly

Series B in 2012
General Assembly provides education and career transformation, specializing in today’s most in-demand skills. The leading source for training, staffing, and career transitions, we foster a flourishing community of professionals pursuing careers they love. It was founded in 2011 and headquartered in New York, United States.

Intrusic

Series A in 2005
As of January 15, 2007, Intrusic, Inc. went out of business. Intrusic, Inc. provides internal threat intelligence solutions. Its solutions protect information assets from the malicious or careless activities of trusted insiders. The company's Intrusic 4.0 solution helps organizations identify malicious, unauthorized, and inadvertent activities that breach business or security policies, and threaten compliance. Intrusic's solutions include supply chain extranets, data leakage, compromise detection, and policy compliance. Its services include internal security snapshot, internal security risk assessment, and internal threat awareness courses. The company was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts.

CircleCI

Series F in 2021
CircleCI’s continuous integration and delivery platform helps software teams rapidly release code with confidence by automating the build, test, and deploy process. CircleCI offers a modern software development platform that lets teams ramp quickly, scale easily, and build confidently every day. Velocity is critical for software teams in today's competitive landscape, but maintaining speed can be difficult as apps and systems grow larger and more complex. CircleCI’s platform allows developers to rapidly release code (for web and mobile apps) they trust by automating the build, test, and deploy process. CircleCI enables developers to detect and fix bugs before they even reach customers. Thousands of leading companies including Facebook, Kickstarter, Shyp, and Spotify rely on CircleCI to accelerate delivery of their code and enable developers to focus on creating business value fast. CircleCI is a Bay Area Best Places to Work 2018 award winner from the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal. Founded in 2011 and headquartered in beautiful downtown San Francisco with a global remote workforce, CircleCI is venture backed by Scale Venture Partners, DFJ, Baseline Ventures, and Harrison Metal Capital.

Mythic

Series B in 2018
Mythic Inc. designs and develops silicon chips and intelligence processing unit (IPU) based on artificial intelligence (AI). Its AI platform puts desktop GPU compute capabilities and neural networks onto a button-sized chip. The company was formerly known as Isocline Engineering Corporation. Mythic Inc. was founded in 2012 and is based in Redwood City, California with an additional office in Austin, Texas.

Yellowbrick Data

Series C in 2021
Yellowbrick Data was founded in 2014 by experts in database and flash memory technologies to simplify data warehousing. They wanted to solve the challenges of high availability, running complex mixed workloads, support for ad-hoc SQL, computing correct answers on any schema, massive scalability and supporting large numbers of concurrent users. Yellowbrick Data empowers companies to make faster decisions with all of their data. Built for enterprises and the hybrid cloud, the Yellowbrick Data Warehouse deploys powerful analytics anywhere, with best-in-class economics.

Z2

Series B in 2011
Z2 is a mobile-first free-to-play game developer and publisher that allows players to compete and collaborate in real time through their iPhones or iPads. It creates highly social games that promote free-to-play model. Z2 currently maintains studios and technology resources in Seattle, W.A. for building both mass-market social games along with more traditional 3D multiplayer games. The company's first product called Trade Nations, a city builder game, has created one of the largest game communities on mobile having logged over 500 million game sessions since its launch. Trade Nations has been recognized as one of the top grossing games on [Apple](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/apple)'s AppStore since launch. The company's second game, MetalStorm became one of the top ranked and top grossing games on iTunes within 3 days of launch. Z2 has a community layer that supports the most advanced set of community features including in-game email, text chat, voice chat, real-time multiplayer, player icons, achievements, badges, and a full social graph that is integrated with [Facebook](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/facebook) and [twitter](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/twitter). Z2 was launched in 2009 by [Damon Danieli](http://www.crunchbase.com/person/damon-danieli), and [David Bluhm](http://www.crunchbase.com/person/david-bluhm) and [Lou Fasulo] (https://www.crunchbase.com/person/lou-fasulo). Madrona Venture Group backed the company. Z2 developed four Top Grossing titles for mobile and was sold to King in 2015, which later became part of Activision Blizzard. It is headquartered in Seattle, W.A.

Benepass

Series A in 2021
Benepass is a fintech platform that provides benefits cards for startups and small and medium-sized businesses. The platform helps consumers to set the wellness policy in alignment with corporate values, distributes the funds via prepaid debit cards, learn what employees care about via tracked spending, and connect seamlessly to payroll and accounting software for tax compliance. Jaclyn Chen, Kabir Soorya, and Mark Fischer founded it in Mountain View, California.
Jing-Jin Electric (JJE) develops and manufactures high-performance electric motor's system and electric drive components for hybrid electric vehicles (HEV), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV), battery electric vehicles (EV) and other electrically driven automobiles and control. Headquartered in Beijing, China's technology capital, JJE combines China's technology talent, manufacturing advantage with global best practices to provide "World's Best Electric Motors" for the "Electrification of Automobiles", the critical path for the sustainable future of the global automotive industry.

Revver

Venture Round in 2006
The first user generated video site to offer revenue share, Revver is a video sharing site. Revver was founded in 2004 before user generated video had even begun to take off. For months into its infancy Revver looked to be a viable alternative if not legitimate challenger to YouTube. Its 50/50 revenue share model landed some high profile content like Ask a Ninja, LonelyGirl15 and the Diet Coke and Mentos guys. Users were immediately enticed by the chance not only to be a web celebrity but to make some cash while they were at it. According to Compete.com, Revver page views are still growing, however, they hit appr. 1 million monthly while YouTube achieves close to 250 million. Competitors in the user generated video area include [Veoh](http://crunchbase.com/organization/veoh), [YouTube](http://crunchbase.com/organization/youtube), Sony owned [Crackle](http://crunchbase.com/organization/crackle), [DailyMotion](http://crunchbase.com/organization/dailymotion), [Metacafe](http://crunchbase.com/organization/metacafe), [iFilm](http://crunchbase.com/organization/ifilm) and others. Ian Clarke, original Revver Co-founder, now runs social news site [Thoof](http://crunchbase.com/organization/thoof).

Yaga, Inc.

Series B in 2001
Yaga, Inc. (www.yaga.com) provides an advanced, hosted ASP platform that addresses emerging revenue and payment infrastructure needs of online businesses. Yaga's sophisticated payment and accounting application supports micropayments, aggregated billing and stored value accounts while also managing royalty and affiliate accounting. In addition Yaga provides advanced services such as digital rights management (DRM) and content access control to help manage, sell and merchandize digital content, goods and services.

Rippling

Series C in 2021
Rippling is a human resource management company that manages employees’ payroll, benefits, devices, and apps. It is a platform that automates manual work, like onboarding new hires. In just 90-seconds, a company can set up (or disable) an employee’s payroll, health insurance, work computer, and third-party apps, like Gmail, Microsoft Office, and Slack. It’s the only platform that truly unifies every employee system, and automates all of the administrative work. The company was founded in 2016 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Tremor Video

Venture Round in 2011
Tremor Video is a programmatic video platform.

Annuncio Software

Venture Round in 2000
Annuncio Software is an IT-based marketing company that provides customer interaction software and services. The company offers a suite of e-marketing applications that allows business users to define, automate, and, analyze personalized marketing campaigns and merchandising programs. Annuncio Software was founded by Maurizio Gianola and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

HDmessaging

Venture Round in 2006
We are the backbone for text 2.0. Our free, fully featured API and open source clients provide everything developers need to build killer group messaging apps. We're powering a revolution in text messaging - Group conversations - Photo + media sharing - Location sharing - Facebook, Twitter integration - SMS integration & connectivity We provide a free API to anyone who wants to add group messaging to their service or application. Mobile device OEMs, network operators and app developers are all using the API today to build white label messaging services.

OODA Health

Series A in 2018
OODA Health's vision is a healthcare system liberated from waste, focused on delivering affordable and high-quality care. To get there, OODA Health is building an intelligent, cloud-based technology platform that enables instantaneous data-sharing, adjudication, and payment. OODA Health is combining machine learning and modern technology to shift the healthcare administration paradigm to a retail experience.

Tioga Energy

Series B in 2009
Tioga Energy accelerates access to clean energy by owning and operating renewable energy facilities for commercial, government and non-profit organizations. With a Tioga Energy solar PPA (power purchase agreement) customers eliminate up-front capital investments and ongoing operational concerns. The company partners with trusted industry experts to install and operate efficient and reliable systems. Through deep, trusted relationships with solar industry partners, Tioga Energy provides simple, reliable, low-cost and long-term access to clean energy options without the risk of up-front capital investments or the ongoing commitments of owning and operating an independent solar facility.

NanoString Technologies

Series A in 2005
NanoString Technologies (NASDAQ: NSTG) is a publicly held provider of life science tools for translational research and molecular diagnostics. The company's technology enables a wide variety of basic research, translational medicine and in vitro diagnostics applications. NanoString's products are based on a novel digital molecular barcoding technology invented at the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) in Seattle under direction of Dr. Leroy Hood. The company was founded in 2003 with an exclusive license to develop and market the technology. In 2008, NanoString launched its first commercial instrument system and began international sales operations with its first multiplexed assays for gene expression analysis. In 2010, the company launched new applications for the system to support microRNA analysis and copy number variation detection, and in 2013 launched Prosigna®, its first in vitro diagnostic product for prognosis of early stage breast cancer.

Dutchie

Series C in 2021
Dutchie is an online cannabis ordering platform connecting consumers to local dispensaries. Users can type in their address, find cannabis retailers in their area, view menus, and order via web or mobile for delivery or pickup. It makes buying cannabis easy, safe, and convenient. The platform allows consumers to order from their favorite local dispensaries.

Hopin

Series C in 2021
Hopin Ltd operates an online events platform that enables users to create engaging online events that connects people around the globe. It provides networking events, meetups, conferences, fairs and trades, hybrid events, webinars, company events, online courses, summits and forums, workshops, and exhibitions. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in London, United Kingdom.

Bright Computing, Inc.

Series B in 2014
Bright Computing, Inc. develops and offers cluster management software that enables users to monitor and build clusters of different sizes. It provides comprehensive high-performance computing (HPC) and Hadoop clusters, OpenStack private clouds, and data centers provisioning and management software. The company also offers Bright Cluster Manager, a unified enterprise-grade data center and cloud systems provisioning, scheduling, monitoring, and management solution. Additionally, it provides support, training, certification, and consulting services. The company caters to academic, government, finance, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, oil, and gas industries. Its clientele include Boeing, NASA, Roche, Stanford University, and Tokyo Institute of Technology. The company has strategic partnerships with Amazon, Cisco, Cray, and Dell. Bright Computing, Inc. was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.

Immuta

Series D in 2021
Immuta provides a cloud-native data governance platform for organizations to automate data access control, security and privacy compliance, ensuring each user who queries data sees only the data they’re supposed to see, for their approved purpose or role. The platform aims to create trust across data engineering, security, legal, compliance, and business teams so they can work together to ensure timely access to critical data with minimal risk, while adhering to global data privacy regulations including the GDPR, CCPA and HIPAA.

SugarSync, Inc.

Series B in 2006
SugarSync is a powerful data sync, file sharing and online backup solution ideal for busy professionals and digitally-connected consumers. It enables users to access documents, photos and music across all of their devices, including desktops, laptops and mobile devices (including iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile). The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in San Mateo, California.

Flurry, Inc.

Series B in 2010
Flurry is an application that provides analytics for businesses to monitor the trends and habits of mobile users across multiple mobile applications. Flurry’s mobile analytics solution enables businesses to understand how consumers interact with their mobile applications. Over 125,000 companies use Flurry’s analytics platform in more than 400,000 applications to measure audience reach, engagement, retention, conversions, revenue, and more. The service is completely free, takes just five minutes for basic integration, and is continuously updated with the industry's advanced features. Flurry Analytics is available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, HTML5, hybrid apps, mobile/web, Blackberry, and JavaME.

InfoImage

Venture Round in 2000
InfoImage Inc. provides software solutions that automate business processes. The Company offers a variety of software tools and consulting services for use in streamlining office processes. InfoImage's products and services utilize object technology, groupware, intranets, and the Internet.

GoodGuide

Series B in 2009
GoodGuide.com provides free and easy access to the world's largest and most reliable source of information on the health, environmental and social impacts of products and companies. GoodGuide offers ratings on over 60,000 products commonly found in your home—from baby shampoo to household cleaners—making it quick and easy to find safe and healthy products that are right for you and good for the planet. GoodGuide helps you see what's behind the label, find better products, get expert advice, and view recommendations based on what's most important to you. GoodGuide delivers the information you need anytime, anywhere—online or on your phone. In the coming months, GoodGuide will be adding new product information for toys, electronics, automobiles, and beyond, making it the best resource for buying safe, healthy and green products that protect you and your family. On March 16, GoodGuide launched a comprehensive food guide.
Mtime.com Inc. operates as a film portal and film promotion company in China. It provides entertainment news. The company also offers online ticketing and movie merchandising services. It enables fans to to purchase tickets via the website, mobile app, and in-theater kiosks. The company develops film-themed products. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in China. As of August 10, 2016, Mtime.com Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Wanda Cinema Line Co., Ltd.

Flurry, Inc.

Series D in 2012
Flurry is an application that provides analytics for businesses to monitor the trends and habits of mobile users across multiple mobile applications. Flurry’s mobile analytics solution enables businesses to understand how consumers interact with their mobile applications. Over 125,000 companies use Flurry’s analytics platform in more than 400,000 applications to measure audience reach, engagement, retention, conversions, revenue, and more. The service is completely free, takes just five minutes for basic integration, and is continuously updated with the industry's advanced features. Flurry Analytics is available for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, HTML5, hybrid apps, mobile/web, Blackberry, and JavaME.

BetterUp Inc.

Series A in 2016
Founded in 2013, BetterUp is a mobile-based leadership development platform used by Fortune 500 companies. With a holistic, science-backed methodology, BetterUp develops new behaviors and mindsets that enable high performance amid constant and accelerating change. Through on-demand, virtual coaching sessions, users practice and reinforce new behaviors and skills. Individual growth is measured and tracked. With a diverse range of customers, including Genentech, Logitech, and Workday, BetterUp inspires employees to build the skills to thrive personally and professionally.

Imagen Technologies

Series B in 2018
Imagen is a healthcare company whose mission is to save patient lives by making accurate medical image interpretation universally available and affordable. Currently, over two-thirds of the world’s population doesn’t have access to basic radiology services. Through our technology and close collaboration with world-leading clinicians, we believe that we can do something about it. We take an interdisciplinary approach: we are a team of experts in machine learning, healthcare, software engineering, and regulatory affairs who research and develop assistive software for clinicians. Our FDA-cleared software analyzes the content of medical images and produces diagnoses, improving the diagnostic accuracy of clinicians by highlighting detected pathology. We are advised by some of the world’s leading scientists and medical researchers, including Turing Award winner Yann LeCun. We have raised over $60M from leading investors including GV, DFJ, and Zach Weinberg. Imagen is based in New York and actively hiring. Are you excited about joining our mission? Reach out directly to us at recruitingteam@imagen.ai
Komli Media is Asia Pacific’s leading media technology company with solutions across display, mobile, social, and video for marketers, agencies and publishers. Komli is building next-generation platforms that leverage the power of programmatic buying to make advertising across display, mobile and social simpler and transparent.

Mimeo

Series A in 2000
Mimeo is an on-demand printing service that allows customers to submit their digital documents, proof and print them. They can do all sorts of documents including complex bound documents, all within 24 hours. According to Mimeo, they have achieved more than 50% revenue growth with expanding margins in each of the last four years including 2006 and produce over 2 million pages a night (Sept. 2007). For your documents you can choose color or black & white printing, different bindings, covers, paper stocks and finishing options, including customized tabs, dividers and slip sheets.

SkyGrid

Series A in 2006
SkyGrid is a real-time web service that keeps people up-to-date on the things they care about. It is located in Sunnyvale, California and is operated and privately owned by SkyGrid, Inc. In April 2010, SkyGrid launched on the Apple iPad with an application to browse and share streams of news. People use SkyGrid to receive updates on trending news and to follow their personal interests. SkyGrid's name comes from the combining the word "Sky" representing a vast limitless space and "Grid" a simple way to organize an unlimited amount of information. SkyGrid was founded by Kevin Pomplun, in 2005 when he was 22 years old. SkyGrid began building technology to create a way for people to see what information was traveling the fastest. As a result of this, Pomplun invented Information Velocity and was issued a United States Patent Aug 23, 2007. SkyGrid began as a real-time search service, then licensed it to the financial market, and now has returned to its original use to provide updates on information people are interested in. In January 2011, SkyGrid announced the launch of SkyGrid Groups; a service that connects people with the music artists, brands, and public figures they are passionate about. Groups is a new social forum; connecting the conversations people are having all over the web — on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and hundreds of other places — in one place. For ex, music artists use Groups to connect with fans who are excited about an upcoming show. Brands use Groups to connect with customers who are excited about a new product. Public figures use Groups to connect with voters who are excited about akey issue in their community. Even humanitarian causes are now using Groups to connect with people who want to help.

Intematix

Series C in 2006
Intematix Corporation engages in developing, manufacturing, marketing, and selling nano, bulk, and thin film materials to light and imaging markets. The company offers phosphors materials for LED, CCFL, CFL, and security/detection applications; lighting solutions; and energy storage/clean energy materials technologies, including fuel cell and battery materials. It also provides chips and silicones in the greater China market. Intematix Corporation was founded in 2000 and is based in Fremont, California with a technology center in Yang Mei, Taiwan.

SugarCRM Inc

Series A in 2004
SugarCRM Inc. provides customer relationship management (CRM) solutions for small business and enterprises in the United States and internationally. The company offers sales, service, marketing, and information technology CRM solutions. It serves manufacturing, business services, financial services, commercial banking, capital market, wealth management, credit union, insurance, and other sectors. The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Cupertino, California with additional offices in New York, Raleigh, London, Munich, Mexico City, and Sydney. It also has operations in Austria, Czech Republic, France, Denmark, Finland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

NanoString Technologies

Series D in 2011
NanoString Technologies (NASDAQ: NSTG) is a publicly held provider of life science tools for translational research and molecular diagnostics. The company's technology enables a wide variety of basic research, translational medicine and in vitro diagnostics applications. NanoString's products are based on a novel digital molecular barcoding technology invented at the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) in Seattle under direction of Dr. Leroy Hood. The company was founded in 2003 with an exclusive license to develop and market the technology. In 2008, NanoString launched its first commercial instrument system and began international sales operations with its first multiplexed assays for gene expression analysis. In 2010, the company launched new applications for the system to support microRNA analysis and copy number variation detection, and in 2013 launched Prosigna®, its first in vitro diagnostic product for prognosis of early stage breast cancer.

RethinkDB

Series A in 2011
RethinkDB is the first open-source scalable database for the realtime web. It exposes an exciting new access model -- instead of polling for changes, the developer can tell the database to continuously push updated query results to applications in realtime. RethinkDB allows developer to build scalable realtime apps in a fraction of the time with fewer engineering resources. RethinkDB features a pleasant and powerful query language that has useful queries like table joins and groupBy, a highly parallelized architecture, and web tools for managing clusters.

Anagran

Series D in 2008
Anagran's flow-based traffic management products eliminate the potentially crippling effects of network congestion to enable video, voice, data and wireless traffic to economically scale with flawless quality over converged IP networks. Anagran's products protect all key network traffic by managing end-to-end flows based on their behavior to ensure required quality and performance levels. Its products dynamically manages all network traffic regardless of application, protocol, or format, without using invasive, performance-limiting deep packet inspection(DPI) techniques. Service providers and enterprises can consistently deliver the highest levels of guaranteed performance and quality while significantly reducing capital equipment and recurring network costs. Anagran was founded by Internet pioneer Dr. Larry Roberts, recognized as one of the founding fathers of the Internet.

Yodle

Series E in 2013
Yodle, Inc. provides online marketing services to local business owners. Its services include Web presence, local search placement, social media, customer reviews, Email marketing, and special offers distribution. The company also works with franchises and multi-location businesses. Yodle, Inc. was formerly known as Natpal, Inc. and changed its name to Yodle, Inc. in July 2007. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in New York, New York. As of March 9, 2016, Yodle, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Web.com Group, Inc.

Genomatica, Inc.

Series C in 2010
Genomatica, Inc. delivers manufacturing processes to produce intermediate and basic chemicals from renewable feedstocks. The company’s proprietary biotechnology platform allows the company to create fermentation-based manufacturing processes and to engineer the enabling microorganisms that drive the conversion of renewable feedstocks into intermediate and basic chemicals. It is developing a pipeline of manufacturing processes for the production of 20 intermediate and basic chemicals, including butanediol and butadiene. The company intends to offer its chemical products to large consumer products or chemical companies. Genomatica, Inc. was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.

Splashtop

Series A in 2006
Splashtop, Inc. provides remote desktop solutions that enable people to access and control their favorite applications, files, and data via their mobile devices. Its products include Splashtop On-Demand Support, a solution that connects users’ computers with a session code; Splashtop Personal, a solution to access home computers; Splashtop Enterprise, a multiple remote-access for educational institutions; and Splashtop Business, a remote access solution for business users or teams. The company also provides Mirroring360 that lets users to wirelessly share and record their Chromebook, iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows, and Mac screens, as well as music, movies, TV shows, photos, games, and applications; and Splashtop Classroom, which allows teachers to share their desktops and applications. In addition, it offers Splashtop Whiteboard, a solution that lets educators, sales professionals, trainers, etc. to turn tablets into interactive whiteboards; and Splashtop Wired XDisplay, a solution to turn iPads or iPhones into high performance monitors for users’ computers. Splashtop, Inc. was formerly known as DeviceVM, Inc. and changed its name in October 2010. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in San Jose, California with additional offices in China, Japan, and Taiwan. It also has operations in the Netherlands.

Siimpel Corporation

Series C in 2005
Applies high precision MEMS platform technology to enable the reduction in size of high-performance digital cameras

Homestead Technologies

Venture Round in 2000
Homestead Technologies provides website and e-commerce site creation, marketing, and hosting services for small businesses. The company offers search engine optimization services, including professional key phrase selection, web page optimization, strategic link-building, and online tracking and reporting; site design services for search engines and ongoing search engine optimization; and website building, website hosting, domain and email, customer support, online store, and marketing tool services. Homestead Technologies was founded in 1996 and is based in Menlo Park, California. It operates as a subsidiary of Endurance International Group Holdings, Inc. Because of the breadth and depth of Homestead Technologies's expertise, their competitors are many. But, in regards to website creation, competitors could include [SnapPages](http://www.snappages.com), Wix, Weebly, or Squarespace.

Horizon Discovery Group plc

Venture Round in 2010
Horizon Discovery Group PLC is a UK life science company that uses gene editing and gene modulation platforms to produce cells, applying them in research and clinical applications that advance human health. The Company’s gene editing and gene modulation platform, are able to alter almost any DNA sequence or RNA transcription, has generated a catalogue of over 1,000,000 cell and reagent products that help researchers recapitulate the genetic and protein anomalies found in diseases like cancer. These models have been adopted by c12, 000 organizations to better understand of the predictors and drivers of disease and drug response, and by Horizon in a range of services offered to customers, as well as in the Company’s own research R&D pipeline.

NearbyNow

Venture Round in 2009
[NearbyNow](http://www.nearbynow.com) creates mobile shopping applications that help consumers find products in their size near them at any time. Clients include magazines Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, GQ, and Brides, as well as brands and retailers such as Nike, Levi's, Estee Lauder, and Bon-Ton Stores. NearbyNow claims the highest click-through (28%) and conversion-to-purchase (5.8%) rates in the mobile shopping space. Brands and retailers can purchase multi-media ads directly from their ad network, reaching 2+ million mobile shoppers.

isocket

Seed Round in 2009
iSocket is a technology platform purpose-built to simplify the buying and selling of fixed price, premium, reserved inventory. iSocket For Publishers (iFP) sales automation and programmatic direct tools allow top publisher sales teams to focus on relationships and strategy, while iSocket For Advertisers (iFA) makes it easier for agencies, brands, and buying and planning platforms to execute orders of well-defined, guaranteed inventory directly with top publishers. Through automation, iSocket is able to eliminate many of the errors and overhead costs that plague the manual media sales process.

Redux

Series A in 2008
Redux makes discovering exceptional online video as enjoyable and effortless as watching cable television - Redux delivers a lean-back TV experience programmed by curators and friends that share your taste.

Sysdig

Series F in 2021
Sysdig (Twitter: @sysdig) is the cloud-native intelligence company. We have created the only unified platform to deliver monitoring, security, and troubleshooting in a microservices-friendly architecture. Our open source technologies have attracted a community of over a million developers, administrators and other IT professionals looking for deep visibility into systems and containers. Our container intelligence platform monitors and secures millions of containers across hundreds of enterprises, including Fortune 500 companies and web-scale properties.

Hive Meetup

Series D in 2008
Meetup brings people together in thousands of cities to do more of what they want to do in life. It is organized around one simple idea: when they get together and do the things that matter to us, they’re at their best. And that’s what Meetup does. It brings people together to do, explore, teach, and learn the things that help them come alive. Meetup was established in 2002 and is based in New York City.

eWingz

Series A in 2001
eWingz Systems, Inc. doing business as Quios provides mobile messaging and entertainment services. Its services include cross-carrier messaging, bulk short messaging, short code, and mobile marketing, which are used for entertainment, customer relationship management, and interactive marketing applications. The company serves operator, broadcast media, portals/content provider, logistics, marketing/sales promotion, corporate, banking, retailing, brokering, tourism, transportation, gaming, and teaching industries. eWingz Systems, Inc. has a strategic partnership with Cable & Wireless. eWingz Systems, Inc. was founded in 2001 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

Liquid Machines

Series A in 2002
Liquid Machines' Enterprise Rights Management (ERM) software provides control of electronic corporate assets throughout the information lifecycle, making users more efficient and reducing the risk of compliance violations and intellectual property leakage. Liquid Machines’ Enterprise Rights Management solutions enable organizations to persistently control access and usage of electronic information regardless of where it exists without changing the way users work.

Jaya

Series A in 2014
Beijing JAYA Technology Co.,Ltd develops and offers big data and cloud based solutions for the transportation industry. The company offers driving test solutions, supervision and driving training solutions, and remote monitoring solutions. It also provides illegal parking snap-shooting systems, urban road traffic management systems, and city parking management systems. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Beijing, China.

Tia

Series B in 2021
At Tia, we believe that the healthcare system was not built with women in mind. Today, considering that women control 80% of healthcare dollars in the U.S., Tia is seizing the opportunity to build a new, distinctly female model of care digitally and physically. Tia is backed by leading healthcare and consumer funds, including Torch Capital, Define Ventures, Homebrew, Threshold Ventures, and Acme Ventures.

Rethink Robotics

Series C in 2013
Rethink Robotics helps manufacturers meet the challenges of an agile economy with an integrated workforce, combining trainable, safe and cost-effective robots with skilled labor. Its Baxter robot, driven by Intera, an advanced software platform, gives world-class manufacturers and distributors in automotive, plastics, consumer goods, electronics and more, a workforce multiplier that optimizes labor. With Rethink Robotics, manufacturers increase flexibility, lower costs and can invest in skilled labor—all advantages in fueling continuous innovation and sustainable competitive advantage. Committed to accelerating robotics innovation in manufacturing and beyond, Rethink Robotics’ Baxter Research Robot gives academic and corporate research environments a humanoid robot platform with integrated sensors and an open software development kit for creating custom applications. Based in Boston, Massachusetts, the company is funded by Bezos Expeditions, Charles River Ventures, Highland Capital Partners, Sigma Partners, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, and Two Sigma Ventures.

Pantero

Series A in 2003
As of July 19, 2006, Pantero Corporation was acquired by Progress Software Corp. Pantero Corporation provides semantic integration technology to deliver data in business integration projects. It offers an integration solution for managing the format integrity of data, as well as for managing the business validity of data shared between applications. The company’s product includes design-time and runtime components, which consist of Designer, a design environment for creating and managing validation, aggregation, and transformation rules to generate data services; and Engine, which converts and validates data based on the target destination, as well as audits exchange of data to track the progress of document. Pantero Corporation serves the telecommunications and financial services industries. The company was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts.

Tioga Energy

Series A in 2007
Tioga Energy accelerates access to clean energy by owning and operating renewable energy facilities for commercial, government and non-profit organizations. With a Tioga Energy solar PPA (power purchase agreement) customers eliminate up-front capital investments and ongoing operational concerns. The company partners with trusted industry experts to install and operate efficient and reliable systems. Through deep, trusted relationships with solar industry partners, Tioga Energy provides simple, reliable, low-cost and long-term access to clean energy options without the risk of up-front capital investments or the ongoing commitments of owning and operating an independent solar facility.

Foliofn

Venture Round in 2000
Folio Financial, Inc. develops and supports digital-first investment platforms for advisors and enterprises, fully integrated with our brokerage, clearing, and custody solutions. After serving as an SEC commissioner, Folio’s founder, Steven Wallman, set out to democratize investing in the late 1990s. His vision of making investing available to all has played out in a series of ongoing innovations with a common theme – access, automation, transparency, and flexibility. We’ve been ahead of the curve since our inception, pioneering technologies including fractional share investing, patented tax management tools, end-to-end online account opening and management, online proxy voting, online private placement investing, and the ability to create portfolios using security, sector, and social-issue filters. Folio’s businesses include Folio Institutional, focused on providing innovative solutions for RIAs and enterprises; Folio Investing and Folio First for self-directed retail investors; VIA Folio, an end-to-end investing platform for private investments available to both institutional and retail investors; First Affirmative Financial Network, the leading advisor network serving the responsible investment community; and The SRI Conference and Community, the nation’s premier conference on impact investing.

Ember Technologies

Venture Round in 2004
Ember is a design-led temperature control brand whose mission is to revolutionize the way people eat, drink and live. Founded by inventor and serial entrepreneur Clay Alexander, Ember designs and develops patented technology and products that disrupt industries across healthcare, wellness, consumer products and more. From inventing the world’s first temperature control smart mug, to revolutionizing the cold chain for temperature sensitive medicines, Ember is creating a multidisciplinary temperature control platform that brings precision temperature control to your fingertips.

Loftium

Series A in 2019
Loftium Inc offers mortgage financing to homeowners and subsequently rents out a room from those homes through Airbnb. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

TopChalks

Seed Round in 2008
TopChalks.com is a property of Catura Systems, a company focused on creating a revolutionary solution to educate and train the masses without compromising the quality and the time tested instructor-led teaching techniques. TopChalks seeks to democratize education in India by empowering the best minds of the country to reach and educate those seeking an education.

WaterSmart Software

Series A in 2013
WaterSmart Software provides intelligence beyond the meter to make the lives of water utility managers easier. Water providers using WaterSmart’s cloud-based, customer engagement, and analytics platform have been proven to reduce costs, protect revenue, and increase customer satisfaction by more than 25%. The company has won the globally coveted World Economic Forum Technology Pioneers Award for their potential to impact business and society through the design, development, and implementation of new technologies and innovation.

Troika Networks

Venture Round in 2000
Troika Networks, Inc. provides storage network data protection and management integrated solutions, hosting platforms, and enabling technologies. Its integrated solutions, application hosting platforms, and embedded technology provide a cost-effective approach for implementing disaster recovery, backup, and volume management functionality through original equipment manufacturers and resellers worldwide. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Westlake Village, California.

SHIFT

Series D in 2018
Shift is an online marketplace for buying and selling used cars. Shift is an online platform that enables its users to find, compare, and purchase or sell cars. Acting as a personal concierge service, the company details cars, lists them on multiple lists, handles test drives, and finds intent buyers. Charging a Shift Service Fee for registration, car prep services, and sales tax, Shift provides customers with a 150-point concierge report that includes specs, high-resolution photos, vehicle history, and results on their cars before purchase.

Konarka Technologies

Series B in 2002
Konarka Technologies, Inc. develops and advances nano-enabled polymer photovoltaic materials for commercial, industrial, government, and consumer applications. It provides standard products to serve portable power needs; and custom solutions, such as roll up chargers, personal accessories, and fold up chargers. The company's products are used in outdoor, portable power, indoor and remote sensing, and mission critical applications. It has strategic partnerships with Air Products, 24 Innovations, Kurz, SkyShades, Chevron, Merck, Toppan Forms, Dupont, Siemens, and the U.S. Air Force. Konarka Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Lowell, Massachusetts with business development offices in Asia. It has a research and development facility in Austria. The company has operations in the United States, Europe, and Asia.

Splashtop

Series A in 2007
Splashtop, Inc. provides remote desktop solutions that enable people to access and control their favorite applications, files, and data via their mobile devices. Its products include Splashtop On-Demand Support, a solution that connects users’ computers with a session code; Splashtop Personal, a solution to access home computers; Splashtop Enterprise, a multiple remote-access for educational institutions; and Splashtop Business, a remote access solution for business users or teams. The company also provides Mirroring360 that lets users to wirelessly share and record their Chromebook, iPad, iPhone, Android, Windows, and Mac screens, as well as music, movies, TV shows, photos, games, and applications; and Splashtop Classroom, which allows teachers to share their desktops and applications. In addition, it offers Splashtop Whiteboard, a solution that lets educators, sales professionals, trainers, etc. to turn tablets into interactive whiteboards; and Splashtop Wired XDisplay, a solution to turn iPads or iPhones into high performance monitors for users’ computers. Splashtop, Inc. was formerly known as DeviceVM, Inc. and changed its name in October 2010. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in San Jose, California with additional offices in China, Japan, and Taiwan. It also has operations in the Netherlands.

SpaceX, Inc.

Series E in 2009
Space Exploration Technologies is a space-transportation startup company founded by Elon Musk. SpaceX designs, manufactures, and launches advanced rockets and spacecraft. SpaceX develops crew and cargo capsules, engines, cryogenic tank structures, avionics, equipment, guidance, and control software. The company is developing the partially reusable launch vehicles Falcon 1 and Falcon 9. Founded in 2002, Space Exploration Technologies is headquartered in Hawthorne, California.

Vineti, Inc.

Series C in 2020
Vineti is a commercial cloud-based platform that expands patient access to life-saving cells and gene therapies. The software solution offers an independent, purpose-built enterprise solution that is essential for enabling the growth and wide distribution of transformative personalized therapeutics, such as CAR-T cell therapies, for the treatment of late-stage cancer. The Vineti Personalized Therapy Management (PTM) ® platform automates patient-centric supply chains for a wide range of advanced therapies, in all phases of clinical development and commercial operations. Veneti aims to solve the key challenges patients, medical providers, pharmaceutical companies, and regulators face in the delivery and commercialization of personalized medicine. Amy DuRoss, Heidi M. Hagen, Malek Faham, Razmik Abnous, and Stephen Ting co-founded Vineti in San Francisco, California in 2016.

AdMob

Series C in 2009
AdMob is a mobile advertising network that helps app developers monetize and promote their mobile and tablet apps with ads. It provides solutions for discovery, branding, and monetization on the mobile Web. Its mobile advertising and monetization solutions include mobile sites; Mobile Analytics solution, which helps mobile site owners to gain insight into their traffic and site usage to make data-driven decisions about their mobile business; and Mobile Metrics Report, which offers insights into trends in the mobile ecosystem.

Power Assure

Series A in 2009
Power Assure develops and delivers business automation software that reduces energy use and carbon emissions in commercial, corporate, and government data centers. The company's software platform intelligently manages data center server capacity in real time, maintaining required service levels at optimum efficiency and lowest total cost.

Livongo

Series E in 2018
Livongo is the consumer digital health company that empowers people with chronic conditions to live a better life. It has developed a completely new approach for diabetes management that combines the latest technology with coaching. By offering the right information, tools, and support, at the right time, we provide our members with real-time, personalized insights, and support to make diabetes management easier. Its approach is leading to better financial and clinical outcomes while also creating a better experience for people with diabetes and their care team of family, friends, and medical professionals. It was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

DataStax, Inc.

Series D in 2013
DataStax is the company behind the massively scalable, highly available, cloud-native NoSQL data platform built on Apache Cassandra™. DataStax gives users and enterprises the freedom to run data in any cloud on a global scale with zero downtime and zero lock-ins. More than 450 of the world’s leading enterprises including Capital One, Cisco, Comcast, Delta Airlines, eBay, Macy’s, McDonald’s, Safeway, Sony, and Walmart use DataStax to build transformational data architectures for real-world outcomes.

MailFrontier

Series A in 2002
MailFrontier, Inc. provides email and compliance solutions for individuals and organizations to protect email from spam, virus, phishing fraud, and other dangerous and costly email threats. It offers MailFrontier Gateway Server Enterprise Edition, which blocks spam and stops viruses, and separates phishing fraud while keeping organizations ahead of emerging email threats; MailFrontier Gateway Appliance that combines email security with the ease of the appliance—and scales to stay in front of company's needs; MailFrontier Gateway Server Small Business Edition that makes email threats easy for companies to detect; and MailFrontier Desktop 4.0, which is a personal email security that keeps users free of spam and phishing, free of hassle, and free of worry about emerging threats. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California. As of February 8, 2006, MailFrontier, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of SonicWALL, Inc.

Thumb

Angel Round in 2011
Thumb is the easiest way for people to express themselves and to discover people like them. The simple act of ‘thumbing’ brings people together in a purpose-driven community that allows people to express what matters most to them, generates instant feedback, and helps people make meaningful connections. Thumb is available on iOS, Android, and via Website at www.thumb.it.

Zonare Medical Systems

Series C in 2002
ZONARE Medical Systems, Inc. develops, manufactures, and commercializes compact ultrasound systems that are used for diagnostic imaging in a range of clinical applications and settings. Its product platform, the z.one ultrasound system, is based on its unique data acquisition and image formation technology, Zone Sonography. Zone Sonography technology enables customers to maintain an ultrasound system, and add new clinical applications and advanced image processing capabilities. ZONARE Medical sells its systems through direct sales force in the United States, and through a combination of distributors and direct sales personnel in approximately 40 international markets. The company, formerly known as NovaSonics, Inc., was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

Elation Health, Inc.

Series B in 2016
Elation Health, Inc. develops a provider-centric clinical electronic health records platform to support the physician-patient relationship. Its platform enables providers to manage their practice operations and reduce the burden of day-to-day administrative tasks. The company also provides patients with a secure website to manage their health and communicate with their doctor. Elation Health, Inc. was formerly known as ElationEMR Inc. and changed its name to Elation Health, Inc. in August 2016. The company was incorporated in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California.

d.light design

Series C in 2014
d.light design inc. designs, manufactures, distributes, and sells solar light and power products for households and small businesses worldwide. The company solar lanterns, home systems, and appliances. It serves customers through a network of importers, distributors, and retailers, as well as online. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Palo Alto, California with additional offices in Shenzhen, China; Gurgaon, India; Nairobi, Kenya; Kampala, Uganda; and Lagos, Nigeria.

Fotomoto

Seed Round in 2008
Fotomoto is an e-commerce system specifically designed for photos. If you are a photographer or you operate a website with a big photo inventory, Fotomoto helps you monetize your photos and sell them in a professional way -- on your own website. You will sell without any hassle. Fotomoto takes care of everything: processing order right on your website, processing the payment, making a print (or other products), and shipping it to the customers. Our goal is to let photographers and content owners focus on their photography without worrying about the hassles of selling. Fotomoto was sold to liveBooks, Inc. on December 31, 2012.

Five minutes

Series A in 2009
Five Minutes (上海五分钟网络科技) is a company focused on developing and operating social games. Its social gaming platform also enables social networking.The representative work of Five Minutes is "Happy Farm". It has three features suitable for general players. Five Minutes is a more active and interesting way to communicate with friends than phones and emails.

Jildy

Seed Round in 2011
Jildy offers a mobile application for cutting social newsfeed clutter. The Jildy application automatically summarizes for you what groups of your friends are talking about, and allows you to get a quick overview of what's in your social newsfeed, without asking you to spend a lot of time browsing around.

BrightSource Energy

Series E in 2011
BrightSource Energy designs and builds large scale solar plants that deliver low-cost solar energy in the form of steam and/or electricity, at prices competitive with fossil fuels, to industrial and utility customers worldwide. BrightSource Energy enables industrial and utility companies to lessen their dependency on fossil fuels by providing a low cost, reliable source of clean energy during periods of peak usage. BrightSource Energy's corporate headquarters are located in Oakland, California.

QBotix

Series A in 2013
A solar panel that tracks the sun throughout the day produces up to 30% more electricity than one that does not. Solar project developers install single-axis tracking for most utility-scale sites, balancing upfront costs versus electricity revenues to maximize rates of return. QBotix disrupts today's cost curve of fixed-tilt, single-axis tracking, and dual-axis tracking with an innovative tracking solution that offers dual-axis tracking at single-axis price. This reduces the levelized cost of energy by 10-20% while providing the added benefit of higher reliability and system intelligence.

Mobim Technologies Co.

Series A in 2009
Mobim Technologies Co. provides mobile multimedia technologies production and application services for mobile producers and users. It offers imichat mobile, which realizes the video chat function on 2.5G wireless communication networks, as well as long-distance video surveillance and digital home theater products. The company provides its products through sales networks in China and internationally. Mobim Technologies Co. is based in Shanghai, China with a technology research center in Silicon-Valley, California; and research and development locations in Beijing and Shanghai, China.

Zillabyte

Seed Round in 2013
Zillabyte is a cloud platform for data analysis. Build apps, not infrastructure. Recently, Google & Amazon have announced competing products, as follows: 1. Google Cloud Dataflow: http://googledevelopers.blogspot.com/2014/06/cloud-platform-at-google-io-new-big.html . 2. Amazon Kinesis: http://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/amazon-kinesis-real-time-processing-of-streamed-data/?utm_source=fee.... . We are a direct competitor to these technologies, and turnkey solution for other platform players to quickly get into this space.

Avant

Series E in 2015
Avant operates an online marketplace that provides users with access to personal loans to consolidate debt, pay unexpected medical expenses, and for family vacations. Through the use of big data and machine-learning algorithms, the company offers a customized approach to streamline credit options. The company caters to consumers in the United States and the United Kingdom. Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, Avant was founded in November 2012.

Calibrate

Series A in 2021
Calibrate is a new telemedicine metabolic health care startup that gives people everywhere control of their health. Their one-year metabolic reset is built on the latest weight health science and is vetted and approved by a world-class clinical advisory board. They are a modern, medical approach that combines medication with one-on-one coaching—all personalized to the individual's biology, their goals, and their life for a 10% weight loss that lasts. It was founded in 2019 and is headquartered in New York.

Qmobile

Series A in 2004
Qmobile is one of the service providers in the emerging digital media industry. Launched in 2003 and leveraging the founding team's deep domain knowledge, Qmobile has delivered compelling entertainment and information services to almost one million mobile phone users across the US, and now has over 350,000 subscribers. The company currently offers downloadable ringtones, wallpaper images and games. It also runs a SMS chat service, and additional services are under development.

Spiral Genetics

Series A in 2013
Spiral Genetics, Inc., a genomic bioinformatics company, develops analysis software for the detection of genomic structural variants from next-generation sequencing data. The company specializes in DNA data analysis for medical, pharmaceutical, and agricultural research. It provides BioGraph Suite, an indexed graph-based suite of products for genomic data management, analysis, and discovery; and BioGraph Analysis Format, a method of storing NGS read data using a whole read overlap assembly that is indexed with advanced technology. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in Seattle, Washington. As of January 23, 2017, Spiral Genetics, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Omicia, Inc..

Oasys Water, Inc.

Venture Round in 2012
Oasys (Osmotic Application Systems) is a privately held Boston, MA based company developing a suite of proprietary energy and resource recovery products to address the growing, global water crisis. Engineered Osmosisâ„¢ (EOâ„¢) is a platform for reducing cost in the production of clean water, power and energy through more efficient and sustainable utilization of resources.

Technorati

Series B in 2004
Technorati, Inc. builds tools and services that accelerate publishers’ programmatic revenues. Its advertising platform uses technology and real-time market insights to optimize digital advertising interactions across a publisher network. The company offers Contango that supports publishers with a technology platform for aggregating and managing demand partnerships in real time. Technorati, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of February 26, 2016, Technorati, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Synacor, Inc.

Yammer

Series E in 2012
Yammer is an enterprise social network established to foster team collaboration, empower employees, and drive business transformation. It enables employees to collaborate in real time across departments, geographies, and business applications. It also helps them create groups to collaborate on projects and share and edit documents. The service of yammer.com can be accessed through the web, desktop and mobile devices including iPhone, iPad, Windows Phone, Android, and Blackberry, enabling a “virtual office” that employees can plug into while on-the-go. Additionally, Yammer can be easily integrated with other systems such as Microsoft SharePoint, creating a social layer across all enterprise applications. Yammer has secured more than 7 million users, including employees from 85 percent of the Fortune 500 companies. Founded in 2008, Yammer is now a part of Microsoft.

Siimpel Corporation

Series B in 2004
Applies high precision MEMS platform technology to enable the reduction in size of high-performance digital cameras

Magnolia Broadband

Series B in 2002
Magnolia Broadband, Inc. provides RF services to the wireless market. It offers value proposition and broadband technology products to the multimedia services. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Englewood, New Jersey.

Liquid Machines

Series C in 2006
Liquid Machines' Enterprise Rights Management (ERM) software provides control of electronic corporate assets throughout the information lifecycle, making users more efficient and reducing the risk of compliance violations and intellectual property leakage. Liquid Machines’ Enterprise Rights Management solutions enable organizations to persistently control access and usage of electronic information regardless of where it exists without changing the way users work.

LaunchDarkly

Series C in 2019
LaunchDarkly is a Feature Management Platform that serves over 100 billion feature flags daily to help software teams build better software. Feature flagging is an industry best practice of wrapping a new or risky section of code or infrastructure change with a flag. Each flag can easily be turned off independent of code deployment (aka ”dark launching”). Their vision is to eliminate the risk for developers and operations teams from the software development cycle. LaunchDarkly has SDKs for all major web and mobile platforms. They are building a diverse team so that they can offer robust products and services. Their team culture is fast-paced, friendly, and supportive. LaunchDarkly was founded on July 14, 2014, and is headquartered in California, USA.

GlobalSight

Series A in 1998
GlobalSight is an open-source Translation Management System (TMS) that automates, streamlines, and manages the localization process. Upon upload, files for translation are routed along a customized workflow that can include both machine and human steps. Translations, reviews and edits are done online using the GlobalSight editors or offline by downloading translation kits for each of the main industry-standard tools. The completed files are then finalized and made available for download. Typical GlobalSight users include localization project managers, translators, reviewers, DTP engineers, as well as administrators and developers.

Fastpoint

Series A in 2007
Fastpoint Games develops live data-driven games for Fortune 500 companies.

Desi Hits

Series A in 2007
Desi Hits! is an entertainment/lifestyle hub for anyone curious about Desi culture. We aim to provide Desi lifestyle/culture and music in a format that cannot be found anywhere else. Desi Hits! aims to make South Asian culture more widely dispersed and understood as well as offering a platform for South Asian artists to promote themselves globally. Desi Hits! draws on the multicultural backgrounds of our target audience, namely the “Desi”, who can often be described as bilingual, trendy, cosmopolitan and as likely to jive to Madonna as they are to Bollywood. We focus heavily on bi-cultural remixes as they uniquely represent the next generation (and beyond) South Asian experience. It’s an exciting time for the South Asian community, particularly as the cross pollination of cultural heritage is spilling into the mainstream. Icons such as Aishwarya Rai and pop idols such as M.I.A. point to a new hybrid pop vernacular that represents South Asians everywhere. The impact on global pop can be seen by the fact that artists such as Britney Spears, Madonna, Jay-Z and Timbaland have put a South Asian spin to their music and are working with Desi producers and artists. The Desi Hits! offering, however, is not exclusively South Asian. Desi Hits! covers mainstream as well as bicultural news, music, interviews and lifestyle content with a global perspective since the next generation Desi wants it all and is currently forced to go to multiple vendors to get it. To that end, Desi Hits! will just as soon cover Usher and P Diddy as it would up and coming South Asian artists like Jay Sean and Rishi Rich or even Bollywood.

Jibe

Series A in 2011
At Jibe, we create global recruiting software solutions to help the world’s leading companies identify, engage, and hire the best talent. Jibe's core technology is the Jibe Recruiting Cloud, a SaaS-based platform that enables leading companies to hire the best talent, regardless of their existing systems. Through this platform, Jibe provides a suite of products including personalized career sites and recruiting tools for sourcing, nurturing and marketing to candidates. Jibe currently serves the world's leading Fortune 500 companies, including Johnson & Johnson, FedEx, Marriott, and American Express. Elevated by strategic partnerships with Google and LinkedIn and backed by their expertise in recruiting technology, Jibe continues to be an innovative leader in the changing world of talent acquisition.

Glycos Biotechnologies

Series B in 2010
Glycos Biotechnologies, Inc. enables the fuels and chemicals industries of the future. Their partners can flexibly make high value products from a wide range of non-food feedstocks, increasing profits and reducing carbon footprint. They partner with ethanol companies, biodiesel companies and chemical companies interested in leveraging existing infrastructure into alternative chemicals and fuels production. They are also collaborating with biorefinery manufacturers and plant operators to deliver the technology for an integrated biorefinery solution.

PulsePoint, Inc.

Venture Round in 2013
PulsePoint is an advanced data and technology company that is breaking new ground with programmatic solutions for healthcare organizations, to personalize information and improve outcomes. We are leading a revolution in radical health personalization to help organizations improve how they provide care, education and support to people when they need it most. Through programmatic automation, we interpret the hard to read signals of the customer journey and understand the connection points between relevance and engagement. This enables us to deliver a suite of tools that allow for the seamless activation of health options.

Hive Meetup

Series C in 2006
Meetup brings people together in thousands of cities to do more of what they want to do in life. It is organized around one simple idea: when they get together and do the things that matter to us, they’re at their best. And that’s what Meetup does. It brings people together to do, explore, teach, and learn the things that help them come alive. Meetup was established in 2002 and is based in New York City.

Attero

Seed Round in 2008
Attero Recycling Private Limited provides electronics asset management services. The company offers various electronics asset management services, including customized end to end solutions for e-waste management, electronics asset recovery, recycling, data security and destruction, and electronics reverse logistics, as well as provides electronics repair, refurbishment, and retailing services. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Noida, India.

Xtime

Series D in 2004
Xtime is the leading provider of hosted Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Scheduling software for automotive service departments in North America. Xtime has over 3,000 dealerships, registered over 1 Million customers and processes over 1 Million appointments a month. Xtime is the exclusive or preferred provider for many of the leading global automotive manufacturers, including Lexus, Toyota Canada, Toyota US, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Infiniti, VW, Audi, Chrysler and Hyundai. Xtime is also the trusted choice for many of the industry's leading dealership groups, including AutoNation, Group 1 Automotive, Sonic Automotive, West Herr, Luther, Ferman and Checkered Flag. Xtime is based in Redwood Shores, California.

Ooma, Inc.

Series B in 2006
Ooma (NYSE: OOMA) creates powerful connected experiences for businesses and consumers, delivered from its smart cloud-based SaaS platform. For businesses of all sizes, Ooma provides advanced voice and collaboration features that are flexible and scalable. For consumers, Ooma provides PureVoice HD voice quality, advanced functionality and integration with their mobile devices. Ooma’s groundbreaking home security solution delivers a full range of wireless security sensors and a smart video camera, putting consumers in charge of protecting their homes. Learn more at www.ooma.com.

Highlight

Series A in 2013
Highlight is a mobile ambient awareness app. When you come within a few blocks of another Highlight user who is your Facebook friend or that you have friends or interests in common with, Highlight sends you a push notification and lets you message them. The app's homescreen displays a reverse chronological list of all the people you've crossed paths with.

Hola Networks Limited

Venture Round in 2008
Hola was founded with the goal of making a better Internet through advanced routing technologies - making the web faster, more open and cheaper to operate. Hola fundamentally disrupted markets with products. Hola is profitable, and growing fast! It has global presence, and top tier investors including DFJ (Silicon Valley), Trilogy (Seattle), Magma (Israel), Horizons Ventures (Hong Kong), and Orange (France). Hola’s core technology is its HTTP routing overlay network, incorporated in its client side software and its server network.

HUA YANG XINTONG

Series C in 2014
HUA YANG XINTONG is a digital operation capability platform for retailers and brands.

Vizu Corporation

Series A in 2007
Enterprise technology platform allowing advertisers to target audiences through the purchase funnel

LaunchDarkly

Series A in 2016
LaunchDarkly is a Feature Management Platform that serves over 100 billion feature flags daily to help software teams build better software. Feature flagging is an industry best practice of wrapping a new or risky section of code or infrastructure change with a flag. Each flag can easily be turned off independent of code deployment (aka ”dark launching”). Their vision is to eliminate the risk for developers and operations teams from the software development cycle. LaunchDarkly has SDKs for all major web and mobile platforms. They are building a diverse team so that they can offer robust products and services. Their team culture is fast-paced, friendly, and supportive. LaunchDarkly was founded on July 14, 2014, and is headquartered in California, USA.
Bharat Light and Power Private Limited intend to own and operate power generation facilities. It intends to generate power through wind, solar, bio mass, hydro, and gas. The company was incorporated in 2010 and is based in New Delhi, India.

CloudCrowd

Series B in 2010
CloudCrowd is one of the leading online workforce platforms, distributing millions of pieces of work to more than 200,000 workers. With projects ranging from high-end writing to quick-and-easy 10 second verification tasks, CloudCrowd provides the most advanced opportunity for individuals to find good work and get paid well. The workers of CloudCrowd are independent contractors who set their own schedules and choose their own tasks. CloudCrowd offers individuals new ways to make money, achieve recognition, and fit work into busy schedules. The company was named to the "Brilliant 100" in 2010-- Entrepreneur Magazine's list of the most brilliant companies of the year. CloudCrowd is a part of Servio.

Snapvine

Series A in 2006
[Snapvine](http://www.snapvine.com) lets people leave each other voicemails online. The contacter calls a central Snapvine number, then enters in a code corresponding to the person they are trying to contact, and leaves their message. Alternatively, you can leave messages using a microphone connected to your computer. The voicemails are then played from simple embeddable widgets. Messages can either be public, and can be listened to by anyone who visits the page in which the widget is embedded, or they can be private and only heard by the contactee. Snapvine is popular on Myspace and similar social networks, especially between artists or celebrities and their fans.

Trustpilot

Series D in 2015
Trustpilot is the world’s most powerful review platform - free and open to all. With more than 58 million reviews of over 270,000 domains, Trustpilot gives people a place to share and discover reviews of businesses, and we give every company the tools to turn consumer feedback into business results. Our mission is to bring people and businesses closer together to create ever-improving experiences for everyone. Trustpilot reviews are seen more than 3 billion times each month by consumers worldwide. With offices in Copenhagen, London, New York, Denver, Berlin, Melbourne and Vilnius, Trustpilot's 700 employees represent more than 40 different nationalities. For more information, visit https://www.trustpilot.com/

BetterUp Inc.

Series B in 2018
Founded in 2013, BetterUp is a mobile-based leadership development platform used by Fortune 500 companies. With a holistic, science-backed methodology, BetterUp develops new behaviors and mindsets that enable high performance amid constant and accelerating change. Through on-demand, virtual coaching sessions, users practice and reinforce new behaviors and skills. Individual growth is measured and tracked. With a diverse range of customers, including Genentech, Logitech, and Workday, BetterUp inspires employees to build the skills to thrive personally and professionally.

Retrofit

Series A in 2012
Retrofit, Inc. provides personalized and holistic weight management solutions and disease prevention products that transform lives and workplaces. It offers metabolic syndrome, diabetes prevention, healthy weight, healthy living, personalized coaching, smart app and dashboard, self-monitoring devices, interactive classes, and online community solutions. The company serves employers and individuals. Retrofit, Inc. was formerly known as Strong Suit Wellness LLC. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in Chicago, Illinois. As of April 17, 2018, Retrofit, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Livongo Health, Inc.

Outreach, Inc.

Series C in 2017
Outreach is a sales engagement platform that accelerates revenue growth by optimizing every interaction throughout the customer lifecycle. The platform manages all customer interactions across email, voice and social, and leverages machine learning to guide reps to take the right actions. Thousands of customers, including Cloudera, Glassdoor, Pandora, and Zillow, rely on Outreach to drive predictable and measurable growth, increase efficiency and effectiveness of customer-facing teams, and improve visibility into sales activity and performance.

Median Technologies

Post in 2014
MEDIAN Technologies develops medical imaging software and services dedicated to oncology clinical trials, cancer screening, and clinical practice. The company standardizes and automates the interpretation of medical images in oncology to optimize the diagnosis of cancer patients and the assessment of their response to therapy. The company serves two primary markets: drug development and patient care. MEDIAN Technologies has a strategic partnership with a contract research organization to offer integrated imaging services for clinical trials to biopharma sponsors worldwide, and a strategic partnership with Canon to develop new imaging technologies, and to address the patient care market. MEDIAN Technologies was founded in 2002 and is based in Sophia-Antipolis, France.

Vineti, Inc.

Series A in 2017
Vineti is a commercial cloud-based platform that expands patient access to life-saving cells and gene therapies. The software solution offers an independent, purpose-built enterprise solution that is essential for enabling the growth and wide distribution of transformative personalized therapeutics, such as CAR-T cell therapies, for the treatment of late-stage cancer. The Vineti Personalized Therapy Management (PTM) ® platform automates patient-centric supply chains for a wide range of advanced therapies, in all phases of clinical development and commercial operations. Veneti aims to solve the key challenges patients, medical providers, pharmaceutical companies, and regulators face in the delivery and commercialization of personalized medicine. Amy DuRoss, Heidi M. Hagen, Malek Faham, Razmik Abnous, and Stephen Ting co-founded Vineti in San Francisco, California in 2016.

Telly

Series A in 2011
Telly, Inc. operates a Web-video discovery platform. The company offers Telly, a solution to share and discover videos; and Telly Plus, a premium content service that allows users to stream movies and television shows to their iOS and Android mobile devices, and computers. It serves customers primarily in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Iraq, and Yemen. Telly, Inc. was formerly known as TwitVid, Inc. and changed its name to Telly, Inc. in June 2012. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in San Francisco, California.

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.

Tacit Software

Venture Round in 2004
Tacit Software is a provider of collaboration and knowledge management software and the company behind illumio (www.illumio.com), a productivity tool for monitoring news, blogs, and wikis and connecting with others to share knowledge and expertise. illumio is used by individuals and organizations to more effectively discover and share information by delivering to users only what's important to them. Tacit's enterprise customers include some of the world's leading Fortune 500 companies including Lockheed Martin, Morgan Stanley, and Northrop Grumman.

CafeMedia

Series A in 2007
CafeMedia is a rapidly growing digital media company that delivers content that reflects the experience of every woman, no matter where she is, where she's coming from, or where she's going. Before closing this acquisition, the company reaches 90 million monthly users across its owned and operated properties, blogger network, and social platforms.

Hands-On Mobile

Series C in 2005
Hands-On Mobile is a global publisher of mobile lifestyle, games and personalization products targeting all market segments of the mobile handset marketplace. Hands-On Mobile is a private company headquartered in San Francisco, California. It has further offices in San Diego, London and Manchester (UK), Krakow (Poland), Madrid (Spain), Paris (France), Munich (Germany), Beijing and Shangai (China), and Sao Paulo (Brazil).

Varolii

Venture Round in 2013
Varolii is the market and technology leader in proactive outbound communications. Its on-demand communication software and services help organizations more effectively reach and interact with their customers and employees, getting the best result from every interaction. By automating the processes required for personalized communications such as flight cancellation notices, fraud detection alerts and prescription pick-up reminders, Varolii helps its clients reduce operational costs, increase contact center efficiency, and get more out of their existing IT investments. More than 380 companies, including many of the largest U.S. banks, airlines, wireless carriers, utilities, and healthcare organizations trust Varolii to send 4 million communications every business day. Varolii is headquartered in Seattle with offices in the Boston and Denver metropolitan areas. Varolii was acquired by Nuance Communications (NASDAQ: NUAN) in October 2013 for an undisclosed price.

Lawnmower, Inc.

Seed Round in 2016
Lawnmower offers an application that enables its users to obtain market information and investment tools for blockchain assets. It also provides tools that enable its customers to buy, sell, and invest on assets. Its customers are able to track and compare their portfolios’ performance. Lawnmower is based in San Francisco, California and was founded in January 2015.

RichRelevance

Series B in 2007
RichRelevance is the global leader in omnichannel personalization and is used by more than 240 multinational companies to deliver the most relevant and innovative customer experiences across web, mobile and in store. RichRelevance drives more than one billion decisions every day, and has generated over $20 billion in sales for its clients, which include Office Depot, Costco, Darty, and Marks & Spencer. Headquartered in San Francisco, RichRelevance serves clients in 42 countries from 9 offices around the globe. For more information, please visit www.richrelevance.com.

Konarka Technologies

Series F in 2007
Konarka Technologies, Inc. develops and advances nano-enabled polymer photovoltaic materials for commercial, industrial, government, and consumer applications. It provides standard products to serve portable power needs; and custom solutions, such as roll up chargers, personal accessories, and fold up chargers. The company's products are used in outdoor, portable power, indoor and remote sensing, and mission critical applications. It has strategic partnerships with Air Products, 24 Innovations, Kurz, SkyShades, Chevron, Merck, Toppan Forms, Dupont, Siemens, and the U.S. Air Force. Konarka Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Lowell, Massachusetts with business development offices in Asia. It has a research and development facility in Austria. The company has operations in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Imergy Power Systems, Inc. is a cleantech company dedicated to developing and manufacturing electrical energy storage systems. The company’s Energy Storage Platform (ESP) provides a solution to reduce energy cost and optimize renewable power generation while improving overall power reliability. It also offers L-Cell, a novel battery technology developed as a potential energy storage method for long-term space flights. Founded in 2004, Imergy Power Systems is based in Fremont, California.

Siklu

Series A in 2008
Siklu Communication Ltd. develops gigabit throughput E-band and V-band radios for service providers, mobile operators, wireless security network operators, enterprises, and governments worldwide. It offers street level and rooftop solutions, including small cell backhaul, LTE/LTE-A backhaul, WiFi backhaul, business broadband connectivity, wireless security networks, smart city networks, enterprise and campus connectivity, and residential broadband connectivity for various markets, as well as millimeter wave wireless radio products for 5G backhaul applications. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Petach Tikva, Israel.

SkyGrid

Series B in 2008
SkyGrid is a real-time web service that keeps people up-to-date on the things they care about. It is located in Sunnyvale, California and is operated and privately owned by SkyGrid, Inc. In April 2010, SkyGrid launched on the Apple iPad with an application to browse and share streams of news. People use SkyGrid to receive updates on trending news and to follow their personal interests. SkyGrid's name comes from the combining the word "Sky" representing a vast limitless space and "Grid" a simple way to organize an unlimited amount of information. SkyGrid was founded by Kevin Pomplun, in 2005 when he was 22 years old. SkyGrid began building technology to create a way for people to see what information was traveling the fastest. As a result of this, Pomplun invented Information Velocity and was issued a United States Patent Aug 23, 2007. SkyGrid began as a real-time search service, then licensed it to the financial market, and now has returned to its original use to provide updates on information people are interested in. In January 2011, SkyGrid announced the launch of SkyGrid Groups; a service that connects people with the music artists, brands, and public figures they are passionate about. Groups is a new social forum; connecting the conversations people are having all over the web — on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and hundreds of other places — in one place. For ex, music artists use Groups to connect with fans who are excited about an upcoming show. Brands use Groups to connect with customers who are excited about a new product. Public figures use Groups to connect with voters who are excited about akey issue in their community. Even humanitarian causes are now using Groups to connect with people who want to help.

Tang Wind Energy

Series B in 2008
Tang Energy Group has been creating clean energy projects in China since 1996. Over that time, Tang has cultivated strong and lasting relationships with leaders throughout China. Tang has successfully completed projects with partners ranging from provincial Chinese governmental entities to significant Chinese corporations. The group developed, and continues to develop, projects in Xinjiang, Gansu, Hebei and Shanxi provinces that fulfill Tang's ecologically beneficial and financially compelling objectives. Current projects include manufacturing wind turbine rotor blades, developing wind farms, providing wind equipment and cleaning coal emissions.

ICIX

Venture Round in 2013
Active Transparency. Brand Protection. Customer Trust. ICIX helps the retail industry’s leading companies collaborate across trading partner networks to achieve Active Transparency. Our solutions enable companies to safeguard consumers, protect their brand, and build trust - all while improving margins. More than 20,000 businesses actively connect on the ICIX network, including 3 of the top 10 U.S. retailers and the top 100 food suppliers. ICIX customers include Walmart, Nike, Target, Hanesbrands, US Foods, Diageo, Wakefern and Restoration Hardware.

Amazing Media

Series A in 1999
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SugarCRM Inc

Series B in 2005
SugarCRM Inc. provides customer relationship management (CRM) solutions for small business and enterprises in the United States and internationally. The company offers sales, service, marketing, and information technology CRM solutions. It serves manufacturing, business services, financial services, commercial banking, capital market, wealth management, credit union, insurance, and other sectors. The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Cupertino, California with additional offices in New York, Raleigh, London, Munich, Mexico City, and Sydney. It also has operations in Austria, Czech Republic, France, Denmark, Finland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

Enevate

Series B in 2011
Enevate Corporation develops silicon-dominant lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries. The company’s HD-Energy batteries offer features, such as ultrafast charging, ultrahigh energy density, low temperature performance, longer runtime, eBoost feature, and safety advantages. It has plug-and-play compatibility with smartphones, ultrathin PCs and tablets, wearables, drones, and electric vehicles. Enevate Corporation was formerly known as Carbon Micro Battery Corporation and changed its name to Enevate Corporation in 2010. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Irvine, California.

Pressmart

Series A in 2008
Pressmart provides advanced solution for publishing electronic edition of Journals, newspapers, and magazine or any other publication on multiple distribution channels like Web, Mobile, RSS, Podcast, Blogs, Search Engines, Article Directories and Social Networking Sites, with integrated revenue and cost-saving capabilities. Pressmart is customizable and collaborates with Web 2.0 services like Digg, Del.icio.us etc., proliferating print content with online community interaction. Pressmart transforms the static online replica of a journal/newspaper/magazine into an intuitive, interactive online medium by way of features like Podcasts, Blogs, opinion polls, online shopping etc.

Talkdesk

Series A in 2015
Talkdesk offers an enterprise contact center platform that empowers companies to make the customer experience a competitive advantage. Talkdesk easily adapts to the evolving needs of sales and support teams and their end-customers, resulting in increased customer satisfaction, productivity, and cost savings. Over 1,400 innovative enterprises around the world, including IBM, Acxiom, and Zumiez rely on Talkdesk to power their customer interactions.

PopJax

Series A in 2008
Popjax combines thematic Web videos with trivia questions to create a new form of casual games on the Web. Bands and brands can work with Popjax to create custom games for their fans.

EdeniQ Inc.

Venture Round in 2012
Edeniq, Inc. is a leading biotechnology company that develops processes for producing and measuring cellulosic ethanol from corn kernel fiber through its Intellulose technology. Edeniq’s Intellulose requires zero capital investment and is easily integrated into existing ethanol production facilities. Edeniq was established in 2008 and is headquartered in Visalia, Calif. with a field office in Omaha, Neb. More information can be found at www.edeniq.com.

Clickmarks

Venture Round in 2003
Clickmarks, a venture backed company focused on providing a rapid, cost effective solution for performing integration and wireless enablement of enterprise applications.

PubMatic

Series B in 2009
PubMatic is an automation solutions company for an open digital media industry. Featuring the leading omni-channel revenue automation platform for publishers and enterprise-grade programmatic tools for media buyers, PubMatic’s publisher-first approach enables advertisers to access premium inventory at scale. Processing nearly one trillion ad impressions per month, PubMatic has created a global infrastructure to activate meaningful connections between consumers, content and brands. Since 2006, PubMatic’s focus on data and technology innovation has fueled the growth of the programmatic industry as a whole. Headquartered in Redwood City, California, PubMatic operates 12 offices and six data centers worldwide. PubMatic is a registered trademark of PubMatic, Inc. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Wheels of Zeus

Series A in 2002
Wheels of Zeus develops and markets location-based monitoring and notification systems for consumer, defense, logistics, and trucking and shipping applications. It offers a consumer version of its technology, which employs tags to help locate people, pets, and valuables. The company’s solutions enable clients to watch over their children; monitor elderly individuals, particularly those impaired by Alzheimer’s disease or other forms of dementia; ensure pets remain within a yard or other safe zone; and ensure the security of valuables. It serves network, enterprise, military, and vertical business applications. Wheels of Zeus was founded in 2001 and is based in Los Gatos, California.

ReleaseNow

Venture Round in 2000
ReleaseNow.com is the "e-commerce department" for vendors and resellers of software and other digital goods. As an outsourced services provider, they build and manage e-commerce solutions for the online marketing, sales and delivery of digital goods. Their customers trust us to run their e-commerce initiatives. In turn, they place their customer's interests first by delivering professional, responsive and competent service around the clock.

BrightSource Energy

Series D in 2010
BrightSource Energy designs and builds large scale solar plants that deliver low-cost solar energy in the form of steam and/or electricity, at prices competitive with fossil fuels, to industrial and utility customers worldwide. BrightSource Energy enables industrial and utility companies to lessen their dependency on fossil fuels by providing a low cost, reliable source of clean energy during periods of peak usage. BrightSource Energy's corporate headquarters are located in Oakland, California.

Diamanti

Series C in 2019
Diamanti is the technology leader in bare-metal container infrastructure. Purpose-built for modern cloud and open-source environments, Diamanti’s container platform gives infrastructure architects, IT operations, and application owners the speed, simplicity, efficiency, and control they need to run stateful containerized applications in production.

HDmessaging

Series A in 2005
We are the backbone for text 2.0. Our free, fully featured API and open source clients provide everything developers need to build killer group messaging apps. We're powering a revolution in text messaging - Group conversations - Photo + media sharing - Location sharing - Facebook, Twitter integration - SMS integration & connectivity We provide a free API to anyone who wants to add group messaging to their service or application. Mobile device OEMs, network operators and app developers are all using the API today to build white label messaging services.

Balena

Series A in 2016
Balena is a complete set of tools for building, deploying, and managing fleets of connected IoT devices. It provides infrastructure and tools for fleet owners so they can focus on developing their applications and growing their fleets with as little friction as possible. Balena enables devices and their running services to be managed, monitored, and updated through the web dashboard or through its API, via the CLI and SDK. Balena was established in 2013.

ViaFone

Series B in 2000
ViaFone is a world-class enterprise software company whose product, the OneBridge(TM) Mobility Platform, enables enterprises to easily build, deploy, and flexibly manage the long-term lifecycle of business applications across all wireless data and voice interfaces. ViaFone's mission is to help businesses conquer the complexity of the mobile environment, now and into the future, while improving their bottom line. With its unique combination of data and voice technologies, ViaFone's OneBridge enables the most complete mobile solutions for the vast array of WAP phones, PDAs, pagers, and standard voice telephones. Leveraging a strong partnership network and open-platform approach, OneBridge integrates seamlessly with backend infrastructures and links to the most popular business software from companies like Oracle, SAP and Siebel. ViaFone provides everything enterprises need to optimize IT investments as they maintain security and control of multiple mobile solutions for employees, partners, and customers on the go. Founded in September 1999, ViaFone is based in Redwood Shores, Calif.

Socialtext

Venture Round in 2009
Company that produces enterprise social software via its integrated suite of web-based social apps

Panraven

Debt Financing in 2009
Panraven, Inc. provides an end-to-end Web-based service for the travel operators and guests. It offers ways to capture, publish, and share life's most enriching moments. The company enhances the travel experiences through pre-trip planning; and enriches memories through the sharing and re-living of vivid travel memories. It focuses on bringing personal travel and vacation stories to life in pictures and print. The company provides its services through tour operators. Panraven, Inc. was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Renew Financial LLC

Series A in 2009
Renew Financial provides financing solutions that help efficiency and renewable energy contractors grow their businesses while promoting energy independence. Its aim is to develop advanced financing designed to transform America’s economy to clean energy. The company’s financing products include PACE financing model and the Warehouse for Energy Efficiency Loans, which opens the residential energy efficiency finance market to large institutional investors. Founded in 2008 by Cisco DeVries, Renew Financial has a partnership with SolarCity targeted at small- and medium-sized businesses utilizing PACE.

Blue Titan

Series B in 2003
Blue Titan Software, Inc. provides a service-oriented infrastructure that helps enterprise architects control, share, and scale applications. The company offers Network Director that controls Web services chaos, establishes a path to an enterprise-wide service-oriented architecture, and provides shared and reusable services. Its Network Director provides a solution to deliver, access, and execute a standards-based enterprise-wide service-oriented architecture. The company also offers Network Director RM, which provides ubiquity and reliable messaging.

Azuqua

Series B in 2017
Azuqua helps the world’s leading companies integrate their SaaS applications and automate time-consuming, repetitive work so they can deliver better employee and customer experiences and redefine productivity across the organization. Azuqua's platform is intuitive, powerful, and resilient. The visual drag and drop interface without the need for code makes this platform usable for business and IT. Azuqua solves even the toughest problems with hundreds of comprehensive connectors and a rich library of business logic and data processing functions. Azuqua is resilient and will give the user ease-of-mind. You can trust your automations will run on-time, every time and that your data will be secured.

Biofuelbox

Venture Round in 2009
BioFuelBox Corporation, an alternative energy company, provides modular bio-refineries for converting waste materials into biodiesel. It focuses on processing various materials, such as brown grease, wastewater scum/sludge, used cooking oil, waste fish oil, animal fats and tallow, and algae paste, as well as municipal fats, oil, and greases. BioFuelBox Corporation serves industries and municipalities. The company was incorporated in 2006 and is headquartered in San Jose, California with a plant location in Idaho.
Media Lario S.r.l. is a dynamic and innovative technology-driven company supplying advanced optical components and optical systems. We work with leading industrial and Agency partners including Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI), the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA.

Kaiima

Private Equity Round in 2013
Kaiima developed a pioneering, non-GMO, technology platform called EP™. EP™, coupled with advanced breeding programs, boosts the inherent productivity and resource usage efficiency of high-impact food and energy crops. The company collaborates with partners around the globe to develop new crop varieties, specifically suited for sustainable agriculture. Kaiima is also active in castor breeding, marketing and sales as well as high-quality vegetable variety development through its subsidiary, Top Seeds. Kaiima is headquartered in the Lower Galilee, Israel.

AnyVision

Series B in 2020
AnyVision is an AI design and development company that specializes in face, object and human recognition in mass crowd events. AnyVision is the world’s leading developer of facial, body and object recognition platforms.The company solutions are built to function on any sensor, with any resolution and are proven to operate in real-time and in real-world scenarios.Through seamless integration and plug and play technology, AnyVision enables any camera to smarter by, indexing and analyzing everything the sensor sees. AnyVision was founded in 2014 and is led by academics and security experts.

Coinplug, Inc.

Venture Round in 2014
Coinplug is a blockchain developing company leading the next generation of blockchain-based solutions and services, being a pioneer in the field since its founding in 2013 and with over 300 blockchain patents. The company is continuously innovating in the field of blockchain, focusing in the areas of Identity & Authentication (Decentralized Identity, Self-Sovereign Identity), Payment Solutions and Assets Management.

Jaxtr

Series A in 2007
Jaxtr, Inc., a social communications company, melds together global calling, SMS, and social networking. It offers global SIM cards for travelers; a mobile app; and Jaxtr Voice app. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Mountain View, California. As of June 8, 2009, Jaxtr, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Sabse Technologies Inc.
Yellowbrick's mission is to empower the next generation of talent to achieve their calling by tapping into passion points that spark success, fuel personal advancement, and unlock doors to fulfilling careers. With integrated partnerships across top-tier educational institutions and brands, our courses and experiences put learners on a path toward doing what they love. Find out more at www.yellowbrick.co.

Xfire

Series C in 2004
Provides social gaming and networking services, shares in-game screen shots and videos, and live-streams gameplay

IZEA

Series A in 2006
IZEA operates the premier online marketplace that connects brands with influential content creators. IZEA creators range from leading bloggers and social media personalities to A-List celebrities and professional journalists. Creators are compensated for developing and distributing unique content on behalf of brands including long form text, videos, photos and status updates. Brands receive influential consumer content and engaging, shareable stories that drive awareness.

Raydiance

Venture Round in 2014
Raydiance is the world’s leading developer of ultrafast laser technology. Raydiance has built a deeply experienced team that draws expertise from the software, microelectronics, telecommunications and photonics industries. Creator of the first compact, reliable, “industrial grade” femtosecond laser platform, Raydiance is powering an explosion of innovation in manufacturing, healthcare, defense and more. Raydiance began when senior Defense Department officials introduced technology pioneer Barry Schuler to a DARPA project designed to miniaturize ultrafast lasers for military applications. Schuler immediately grasped the compelling capabilities of ultrafast lasers – if they could be liberated from highly controlled lab environments and transformed into small, inexpensive photonic engines that could power many applications. Schuler brought together a world-class team to build the world’s first miniaturized, computer controlled, software driven “plug and play” ultrafast laser platform. Raydiance’s Smart LightTM technology is transforming a wide array of sectors, including medical micro-devices, clean tech energy, consumer electronics and defense applications. The company has built the world’s first high-volume manufacturing facility capable of scaling production to thousands of units per year. Further, it has invented key technologies—such as its proprietary fiber delivery system—that support volume commercialization. By aggregating many markets onto its platform, Raydiance is using volume-manufacturing techniques to drive costs down and open market opportunities. The company is rapidly transforming ultrafast technology from a unique research tool into a practical and broadly accessible platform technology.

Emware Technologies

Venture Round in 2000
emWare offers device connectivity solutions to device manufacturers and integrators. Its products include DeviceView, a solution that adds remote data collection capabilities to hardware such as patient monitors, infusion pumps, ventilators, and anesthesia machines; and DeviceView-MD, a middle-ware solution for connecting medical device to a clinical or hospital information system and provides medical professionals with access to patient information collected from medical devices. emWare was founded in 1996 and is based in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Ember Technologies

Series C in 2006
Ember is a design-led temperature control brand whose mission is to revolutionize the way people eat, drink and live. Founded by inventor and serial entrepreneur Clay Alexander, Ember designs and develops patented technology and products that disrupt industries across healthcare, wellness, consumer products and more. From inventing the world’s first temperature control smart mug, to revolutionizing the cold chain for temperature sensitive medicines, Ember is creating a multidisciplinary temperature control platform that brings precision temperature control to your fingertips.

Loftium

Venture Round in 2017
Loftium Inc offers mortgage financing to homeowners and subsequently rents out a room from those homes through Airbnb. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

EverSpin Technologies

Series B in 2013
Everspin Technologies, Inc. manufactures and sells magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM) products in the United States, Hong Kong, Japan, China, Germany, and internationally. It offers Toggle MRAM, spin-transfer torque MRAM, and tunnel magneto resistance sensor products, as well as foundry services for embedded MRAM. The company provides its products for applications, including data center, industrial, automotive, transportation, and enterprise storage markets. It serves original equipment manufacturers and original design manufacturers through a direct sales channel and a network of representatives and distributors. Everspin Technologies, Inc. was incorporated in 2008 and is headquartered in Chandler, Arizona.

Conversocial

Venture Round in 2015
Conversocial (UK) Ltd develops Conversocial, a social media management software that support and resolve at scale on social and mobile channels. It also provides CROWDS, a community social resolution on Twitter. Its client services include strategy development and consulting, execution, monitoring, and ongoing refinement; implementation and enablement; and insights and optimization services. The company serves telecoms, transport and travel, hospitality and leisure, retail, utilities, and finance. Conversocial (UK) Ltd was formerly known as Iplatform Ltd and changed its name to Conversocial (UK) Ltd in July 2011. The company was incorporated in 2008 and is based in London, United Kingdom.
LendKey is a financial technology company that creates white-labeled lending solutions that transform financial institutions into profitable digital lending businesses. The company manages the entire lending process, which includes: demand generation, online decisioning, loan origination, customer service and balance sheet management. Based in New York and Cincinnati, the company was founded in 2009.

MyShape

Series B in 2007
MyShape.com is an online retail store created for you. Personalized stores (called myShop) search for and display clothing matched to a shopper's specific measurements, body shape and preferences.

NinthDecimal

Venture Round in 2013
NinthDecimal is the marketing platform powered by location data. It harnesses this data to build a precise understanding of consumers’ physical world behavior. Fortune 500 companies and marquee brands activate this customer intelligence through audience targeting, measurement, insights, and data licensing solutions. By filling the gap in understanding how consumers spend the majority of their time, NinthDecimal provides marketers a new model of the customer journey for impactful engagement.   It was founded in 2003 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

BodyMedia

Series C in 2003
BodyMedia pioneered the development of wearable body monitors that collect physiological data for use in improving health, wellness and fitness. Founded in 1999, the company today provides a variety of around-the-clock on-body monitors utilizing proprietary technology that has been clinically validated for accuracy. Data captured by BodyMedia devices is used by consumers as well as health and wellness professionals to guide behavioral changes to control weight and promote an active lifestyle – two factors that are routinely cited as keys to combat and manage serious medical conditions. BodyMedia has amassed one of the largest databases of information about the human body, and the technology has been used in more than 100 clinical research studies covering health issues such as obesity, COPD, diabetes, cystic fibrosis, cancer, bariatrics, sleep and intensive care. BodyMedia is privately held and based in Pittsburgh, PA. For more information, visit www.bodymedia.com.

OkBuy.com

Series B in 2010
Okbuy is a Chinese online store that sells certified shoes and clothes. Okbuy adopts and innovative business mode and combines capital management, network technologies, and international and domestic partners. The modern electronic e-commerce pattern is innovatively combined with traditional retailing and a network platform and call center as its core service. The company follows an advanced market concept of direct selling and delivery systems.

Talkdesk

Series A in 2015
Talkdesk offers an enterprise contact center platform that empowers companies to make the customer experience a competitive advantage. Talkdesk easily adapts to the evolving needs of sales and support teams and their end-customers, resulting in increased customer satisfaction, productivity, and cost savings. Over 1,400 innovative enterprises around the world, including IBM, Acxiom, and Zumiez rely on Talkdesk to power their customer interactions.

Abazab

Venture Round in 2006
Abazab provides Internet service for social Websites. It offers a social Web-based Internet service that enables people to share videos, video messages, and life events. Abazab, Inc. was formerly known as Santa Cruz Networks, Inc. and changed its name to Abazab, Inc. in 2006. The company was founded in 1997 and is based in Campbell, California.

SolarCity

Series C in 2007
SolarCity is the nation's 1 leading provider of solar energy systems that deliver reliable clean energy to homes and businesses. SolarCity went public on the NASDAQ exchange in 2012 with a market cap of around $600 million.

EverythingMe

Series A in 2011
EverythingMe is a launcher for Android devices that adds contextual capabilities to mobile phones. It delivers the right apps, contacts and information to the homescreen, exactly at the right place and time. Whatever a person is into, wherever they are, they’ll get personalized suggestions that match their interests and lifestyle. Delivering truly contextual results is a formidable engineering challenge. Their algorithms combine machine learning, statistical modeling, and domain knowledge expertise to identify specific life scenarios. Within these contexts they match users’ needs with specific content on their phones, as well as native and web apps.

Samba Tech

Venture Round in 2008
Samba Tech is an online platform that develops videos to help companies better communicate with their audience. Samba Tech is an online video platform in Latin America and helps hundreds of companies to communicate better with their audience, providing tools to stream videos on any device at any time with Samba Videos, a customizable business intelligence platform. Samba Videos includes an online media management dashboard, with access to every device. The dashboard feeds the user key analytics (e.g., the most popular content, viewer demographics) about their target audience when the content is viewed. The Samba Videos dashboard has customizable categories and the ability to publish and register videos on one user-friendly interface. The platform is integrated with an application program interface (API) that allows for the creation of any application software the user desires.

RethinkDB

Series A in 2013
RethinkDB is the first open-source scalable database for the realtime web. It exposes an exciting new access model -- instead of polling for changes, the developer can tell the database to continuously push updated query results to applications in realtime. RethinkDB allows developer to build scalable realtime apps in a fraction of the time with fewer engineering resources. RethinkDB features a pleasant and powerful query language that has useful queries like table joins and groupBy, a highly parallelized architecture, and web tools for managing clusters.

Atomwise

Series A in 2018
Atomwise Inc. is a deep learning AI technology for structure-based small molecule drug discovery. Atomwise performs hundreds of projects per year in partnership with some of the world’s largest pharmaceutical and agrochemical companies, as well as more than 200 universities and hospitals in 40 countries. Its speed and accuracy make it the most advanced technology for small molecule binding affinity prediction. AtomNet, its AI platform built for drug discovery contains more than 16 billion molecules for virtual screening.

Aegis Capital Corporation

Series B in 2011
Aegis Petroleum Technology Co., Ltd. is a Sino-foreign joint high-tech venture. The business scope of Aegis covers the fields of various types of sewage treatment services. It is focused on the oil field waste drilling fluid, fracturing underground wastewater and tertiary oil recovery wastewater treatment. The company employs specific technology and complete equipment to deal with sewage disposal processes, and it also has proprietary intellectual property rights. It has formed the ability of offering one-stop services with conceptual design, installation, and trial run of projects and devices as well as integrated solutions of sewage disposal processes. Aegis was established in 2009 in Zhangjiang High-tech Park, Shanghai.

Lumidigm

Series C in 2008
Lumidigm Inc. is a biometric company dedicated to enabling convenient, secure, and reliable identification and verification. Lumidigm powered sensors work because they produce high-quality images every time, in all conditions. Everyone is identifiable. Lumidigm provides biometric identity management for civil ID, point-of-sale, time & attendance, physical and logical access, and portable electronic device applications.

Magnolia Broadband

Series E in 2006
Magnolia Broadband, Inc. provides RF services to the wireless market. It offers value proposition and broadband technology products to the multimedia services. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Englewood, New Jersey.

Edgar Online

Post in 2010
EDGAR Online, Inc. creates and distributes financial data and public filings for equities, mutual funds, and other publicly traded assets primarily in the United States. The company offers data that assists in the analysis of the financial, business, and ownership conditions of a company or investment vehicle. The company was formerly known as Cybernet Data Systems, Inc. and changed its name to EDGAR Online, Inc. in January 1999. EDGAR Online was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Maryland, USA.

EveryScape, Inc.

Series A in 2005
EveryScape allows companies to create photo-realistic, 3D interpretations of real-world locations. The locations are then crossed with Google Maps, and users can navigate throughout the city and jump to famous or historical locations. Current locations include major US cities like New York, Boston, and Miami along with far-flung locations like Beijing.

Splice

Series B in 2017
Splice designs and develops a technology platform for music creators streamlines the fragmented process of creating and sharing music. It also provides artists with means to connect with fans and other artists to solicit feedback throughout every step of the process. Matthieu Aimonetti and Steve Martocci founded Splice in 2013. It has its headquarters in New York City.

Lumidigm

Series D in 2010
Lumidigm Inc. is a biometric company dedicated to enabling convenient, secure, and reliable identification and verification. Lumidigm powered sensors work because they produce high-quality images every time, in all conditions. Everyone is identifiable. Lumidigm provides biometric identity management for civil ID, point-of-sale, time & attendance, physical and logical access, and portable electronic device applications.

Athena Design Systems

Series B in 2007
Athena Design Systems, Inc. develops electronic design automation software. It focuses on addressing the physical implementation challenges of IC design. The company’s design optimization system enables designers to address the spectrum of timing, signal integrity, power, and other effects resulting from manufacturing processes of nanometer and finer geometries. Athena Design Systems, Inc. was founded in 2003 and is based in Santa Clara, California.

Eventful

Series A in 2005
Eventful, the leading digital media company, powers the online ecosystem of local events and entertainment. Over 20 million people rely on Eventful to find out what's happening and decide what to do. Eventful's unique, social media platform, "Demand it!" empowers fans to influence content and location of entertainment and live events. Music promoters, film studios, ticketing companies and other industry providers use Demand it! to engage with fans and determine their routing schedules or theatrical distribution. National marketers rely on Eventful to drive local awareness, commerce, attendance and tune-in. Thousands of digital publishers also rely on Eventful to power their local events and entertainment content. Eventful's proprietary technologies provide a global platform for local event discovery: the world's largest selection of local event content, content management system, state-of-the-art recommendation engine, email platform delivering personalized, localized content and commercial offers, robust API platform, localization system, Demand it! and a self-service premium listing platform. Eventful competitors include [Upcoming.org](http://www.Upcoming.org) and [Zvents](http://www.crunchbase.com/organization/zvents/).

UUSEE

Series B in 2007
UUSee is a Chinese new media company that provides network television and value-added services to global broadband subscribers. Founded in 2005, the company offers the largest platform for the aggregation and distribution of video and audio content. As of 2009, the download amount of UUSee network TV software has exceeded 200 million. It relies on 3 subordinate platforms: the internet video play platform; the massive site-wide video search platform; and the video community experience platform, thereby making it the leader in the Chinese network video industry.

Roving Planet

Series C in 2005
Roving Planet, Inc. provides network access control and management solutions for enterprise networks. Its products provide a secure network environment by managing and controlling users, endpoints, connections, and sessions. The company serves enterprise, manufacturing, health, higher education, k-12, and aerospace government industries. Roving Planet, Inc. was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Westminster, Colorado.

Twitter

Series G in 2011
Microblogging

Cognigine

Series B in 2000
Cognigine Corporation is a communication semiconductor company developing innovative solutions for next generation Broadband and Optical Networks.

4INFO

Series C in 2005
4INFO, Inc. operates as an identity and activation solutions company. The company offers Bullseye ID, which creates a match key that maps all the connected devices in a household to consumer data, including the marketer’s own CRM data and a treasure trove of second and third-party data for insights, targeting, and attribution. Its platform delivers measured mobile campaigns to CPG companies, retailers, and auto manufacturers. The company serves brands, agencies, media, and data companies; and advanced TV, CPG, automotive, retail, QSR, pharma, and financial industries. 4INFO, Inc. was formerly known as UDoIt. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in San Jose, California. It has a location in New York, New York. As of January 2, 2020, 4INFO, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Cadent, LLC.

Technorati

Series C in 2007
Technorati, Inc. builds tools and services that accelerate publishers’ programmatic revenues. Its advertising platform uses technology and real-time market insights to optimize digital advertising interactions across a publisher network. The company offers Contango that supports publishers with a technology platform for aggregating and managing demand partnerships in real time. Technorati, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of February 26, 2016, Technorati, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Synacor, Inc.

End2End Holdings

Venture Round in 2003
End2End is a provider of outsourced mobile data solutions in Europe. End2End’s managed service solutions are currently powering the delivery of mobile data services and content across more than 50 mobile operators in 20 countries on five continents.

Everdream

Series B in 2000
Digital content agency providing on-demand personal computer and desktop management software services

EoPlex Technologies

Series B in 2005
EoPlex Technologies is the creator of a high-volume 3D printing technology and process that is capable of printing proprietary inks that allow for volume manufacture of complex, multi-material devices that are difficult and expensive, if not impossible, to manufacture with conventional technology. This technology is disruptive in areas of semiconductor packaging and IOT/MEMs devices. Email info@eoplex.com for more information.

TargetCast Networks

Series B in 2009
TargetCast Networks enables advertisers to reach the increasing away from home television viewers watching sports, entertainment, and news programming on television screens in public locations. The TargetCaster patented device creates an IPTV public space network combining the selling power of television with the targeting and flexibility of the internet.

EoPlex Technologies

Venture Round in 2009
EoPlex Technologies is the creator of a high-volume 3D printing technology and process that is capable of printing proprietary inks that allow for volume manufacture of complex, multi-material devices that are difficult and expensive, if not impossible, to manufacture with conventional technology. This technology is disruptive in areas of semiconductor packaging and IOT/MEMs devices. Email info@eoplex.com for more information.

Mythic

Series B in 2019
Mythic Inc. designs and develops silicon chips and intelligence processing unit (IPU) based on artificial intelligence (AI). Its AI platform puts desktop GPU compute capabilities and neural networks onto a button-sized chip. The company was formerly known as Isocline Engineering Corporation. Mythic Inc. was founded in 2012 and is based in Redwood City, California with an additional office in Austin, Texas.

TangoMe

Series D in 2014
TangoMe, Inc., doing business as Tango, provides free mobile messaging service application that connects with friends and family. Its application is available for various platforms, such as iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets, Blackberry, Kindle Fire, and PC. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in Mountain View, California.
Komli Media is Asia Pacific’s leading media technology company with solutions across display, mobile, social, and video for marketers, agencies and publishers. Komli is building next-generation platforms that leverage the power of programmatic buying to make advertising across display, mobile and social simpler and transparent.

Meebo

Series B in 2007
Offers a social media platform to develop products for enhancing user engagement across the web

EdeniQ Inc.

Series B in 2010
Edeniq, Inc. is a leading biotechnology company that develops processes for producing and measuring cellulosic ethanol from corn kernel fiber through its Intellulose technology. Edeniq’s Intellulose requires zero capital investment and is easily integrated into existing ethanol production facilities. Edeniq was established in 2008 and is headquartered in Visalia, Calif. with a field office in Omaha, Neb. More information can be found at www.edeniq.com.

EverSpin Technologies

Venture Round in 2012
Everspin Technologies, Inc. manufactures and sells magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM) products in the United States, Hong Kong, Japan, China, Germany, and internationally. It offers Toggle MRAM, spin-transfer torque MRAM, and tunnel magneto resistance sensor products, as well as foundry services for embedded MRAM. The company provides its products for applications, including data center, industrial, automotive, transportation, and enterprise storage markets. It serves original equipment manufacturers and original design manufacturers through a direct sales channel and a network of representatives and distributors. Everspin Technologies, Inc. was incorporated in 2008 and is headquartered in Chandler, Arizona.

Nantero, Inc.

Series E in 2015
Nantero, Inc. is a nanotechnology company which develops semiconductor products using carbon nanotubes in the United States and internationally. It offers density nonvolatile random access memory chips, nanoelectromechanical switches, memory semiconductor products, logic semiconductor products, other semiconductor products, and microelectronic-grade carbon nanotubes. The company serves various applications, including cell phones, MP3 players, digital cameras, networking and enterprise systems, and more. Nantero, Inc. was incorporated in 2001 and is based in Woburn, Massachusetts.

SugarCRM Inc

Series C in 2005
SugarCRM Inc. provides customer relationship management (CRM) solutions for small business and enterprises in the United States and internationally. The company offers sales, service, marketing, and information technology CRM solutions. It serves manufacturing, business services, financial services, commercial banking, capital market, wealth management, credit union, insurance, and other sectors. The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Cupertino, California with additional offices in New York, Raleigh, London, Munich, Mexico City, and Sydney. It also has operations in Austria, Czech Republic, France, Denmark, Finland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

Superfish

Series C in 2010
Superfish is a developer and provider of an innovative, next-generation visual discovery platform that’s out to transform the way images are searched, seen, utilized, and shared over the web. Through its cutting-edge, patented technology and pioneering vision, Superfish has developed a cunningly intuitive visual search engine that analyzes images algorithmically, without the need for text tags or human intervention. The company is reinventing image search and focusing on empowering consumers and businesses to experience new ways to engage with and search visual content. Founded in 2006 by Adi Pinhas and Michael Chertok, Superfish is headquartered in Palo Alto, California, and is backed by Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DFJ).

SpaceX, Inc.

Series F in 2010
Space Exploration Technologies is a space-transportation startup company founded by Elon Musk. SpaceX designs, manufactures, and launches advanced rockets and spacecraft. SpaceX develops crew and cargo capsules, engines, cryogenic tank structures, avionics, equipment, guidance, and control software. The company is developing the partially reusable launch vehicles Falcon 1 and Falcon 9. Founded in 2002, Space Exploration Technologies is headquartered in Hawthorne, California.

Ishoni Networks

Series C in 2001
Ishoni Networks develops broadband engines for residential and business customers.

Silver Spring Networks

Venture Round in 2009
Silver Spring Networks builds networks that enable a utility to make the business changes necessary today to improve efficiency, reliability, and customer service while reducing costs. Built for real-time networking, its open standards permit multiple vendors to innovate new products and services for the utility while remaining scalable and secure for system-wide implementation. Seamlessly integrate these new networking technologies while simultaneously building in redundancy, integrity and reliability and increasing operational efficiencies.

Avant

Series D in 2014
Avant operates an online marketplace that provides users with access to personal loans to consolidate debt, pay unexpected medical expenses, and for family vacations. Through the use of big data and machine-learning algorithms, the company offers a customized approach to streamline credit options. The company caters to consumers in the United States and the United Kingdom. Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, Avant was founded in November 2012.

Socialtext

Series C in 2007
Company that produces enterprise social software via its integrated suite of web-based social apps

Retrofit

Series B in 2013
Retrofit, Inc. provides personalized and holistic weight management solutions and disease prevention products that transform lives and workplaces. It offers metabolic syndrome, diabetes prevention, healthy weight, healthy living, personalized coaching, smart app and dashboard, self-monitoring devices, interactive classes, and online community solutions. The company serves employers and individuals. Retrofit, Inc. was formerly known as Strong Suit Wellness LLC. The company was incorporated in 2011 and is based in Chicago, Illinois. As of April 17, 2018, Retrofit, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Livongo Health, Inc.

MailFrontier

Series C in 2006
MailFrontier, Inc. provides email and compliance solutions for individuals and organizations to protect email from spam, virus, phishing fraud, and other dangerous and costly email threats. It offers MailFrontier Gateway Server Enterprise Edition, which blocks spam and stops viruses, and separates phishing fraud while keeping organizations ahead of emerging email threats; MailFrontier Gateway Appliance that combines email security with the ease of the appliance—and scales to stay in front of company's needs; MailFrontier Gateway Server Small Business Edition that makes email threats easy for companies to detect; and MailFrontier Desktop 4.0, which is a personal email security that keeps users free of spam and phishing, free of hassle, and free of worry about emerging threats. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California. As of February 8, 2006, MailFrontier, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of SonicWALL, Inc.

Aveillant

Series B in 2013
Aveillant Ltd develops and commercializes holographic radar systems. It offers wind farm mitigation and surveillance products. The company’s products are used in high-speed trajectory measurement, aerial target discrimination, ship protection, maritime and coastal surveillance, and border and force protection applications, as well as to know the problems caused by wind turbines that cause to air traffic control radar. Aveillant Ltd was founded in 2011 and is based in Cambridge, United Kingdom. As of November 28, 2017, Aveillant Ltd operates as a subsidiary of Thales S.A.

I-Cube

Series C in 1996
I-Cube, Inc. develops integrated circuits for digital switching applications. It offers digital crosspoint switch integrated circuits for telecom products, such as optical network (SONET/SDH) equipment, wide area network multi-service switching systems, and integrated access devices. The company also offers products for test equipment, broadcast video servers, and other switching systems.

Clickmarks

Series C in 2001
Clickmarks, a venture backed company focused on providing a rapid, cost effective solution for performing integration and wireless enablement of enterprise applications.

Luminus Devices

Series A in 2003
Luminus Devices develops and manufactures high performance, solid state lighting solutions for a variety of illumination applications previously thought impossible for solid state lighting. Its patented PhlatLight® LEDs products are the brightest and most versatile solid state light sources available today, redefining the solid state lighting landscape by enabling the creation of innovative new products and applications. PhlatLight LED technology is used today in products from leading global mass market consumer and specialty products companies.

Apieron

Series D in 2009
Apieron is the maker of a device that monitors asthmatic conditions. At this point, their product is cleared by the FDA, but may only be used in a physician's office.

Talkdesk

Series B in 2018
Talkdesk offers an enterprise contact center platform that empowers companies to make the customer experience a competitive advantage. Talkdesk easily adapts to the evolving needs of sales and support teams and their end-customers, resulting in increased customer satisfaction, productivity, and cost savings. Over 1,400 innovative enterprises around the world, including IBM, Acxiom, and Zumiez rely on Talkdesk to power their customer interactions.

Vivotech

Series B in 2005
Sequent Software, Inc. acquired ViVOtech’s Software Division in October 2012. ViVOtech, Inc. provides contactless/near field communications (NFC) payment software, NFC smart posters, and over the air card (OTA) provisioning, promotion, and transaction management infrastructure software. Its products include contactless payment systems; ViVOnfc, an OTA infrastructure software for NFC mobile payments and promotions; and ViVOplatform, which provides retailers with the software platform for promotional and loyalty applications. The company also provides merchant, ISO and acquirer, issuing bank, wireless operator, and consumer value proposition solutions. Its products are used in various applications in movie theaters, fast food restaurants, casual dining establishments, convenience stores, gas stations, drug stores, grocery stores, buses, taxicabs, and vending machine locations, as well as by retailers. The company was founded in 2001.

PubMatic

Series A in 2008
PubMatic is an automation solutions company for an open digital media industry. Featuring the leading omni-channel revenue automation platform for publishers and enterprise-grade programmatic tools for media buyers, PubMatic’s publisher-first approach enables advertisers to access premium inventory at scale. Processing nearly one trillion ad impressions per month, PubMatic has created a global infrastructure to activate meaningful connections between consumers, content and brands. Since 2006, PubMatic’s focus on data and technology innovation has fueled the growth of the programmatic industry as a whole. Headquartered in Redwood City, California, PubMatic operates 12 offices and six data centers worldwide. PubMatic is a registered trademark of PubMatic, Inc. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Power Assure

Venture Round in 2010
Power Assure develops and delivers business automation software that reduces energy use and carbon emissions in commercial, corporate, and government data centers. The company's software platform intelligently manages data center server capacity in real time, maintaining required service levels at optimum efficiency and lowest total cost.

Power Integrations

Post in 2008
Power Integrations designs, develops, markets, and manufactures high-voltage, analog integrated circuits (ICs). Its ICs and diodes enable AC-DC power supplies for a vast range of electronic products, including mobile devices, TVs, PCs, appliances, smart utility meters, and LED lights. The company’s products include AC-DC converters, IGBT-drivers, and LED-drivers. Power Integrations was co-founded by Klas Eklund, Art Fury, and Steve Sharp in 1988 and is based in San Jose, California.

Pronto Networks Inc.

Venture Round in 2005
Pronto Networks Provides Carrier-Class Operations Support Systems (OSS) That Enables Network Operators To Deploy And Manage Large Public WLAN Networks. The Company’s Software Handles Provisioning, Configuration, Authentication, Access Control, Security, Pre-Paid And Post-Paid Billing, And Roaming Settlement For Large Public WLAN Networks.

Box

Series D in 2011
Box is an online file sharing and cloud content management service offering unlimited storage, custom branding, and administrative controls. After starting as a college business project in 2005, Box was officially launched in March of 2006 with the vision of connecting people, devices, and networks. Box provides more than 8 million users with secure cloud content management and collaboration. They say their platform "allows personal and commercial content to be accessible, sharable, and storable in any format from anywhere." It also helps businesses of all sizes in every industry securely access and manages their critical information in the cloud. It was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.

Orchid Labs

Venture Round in 2018
Orchid Labs is an open-source project committed to ending surveillance and censorship on the internet. Orchid uses an overlay network built upon the existing internet, which is driven by a peer-to-peer tokenized bandwidth exchange, creating a more inclusive, liberated internet. Orchid Labs was founded in 2017 by Dr. Steven Waterhouse, Jay Freeman, Brian J. Fox, Gustav Simonsson, and Stephen Bell.

Sumo Logic

Series E in 2015
Sumo Logic, Inc. provides cloud-native software-as-a-service platform that enables organizations to address the challenges and opportunities presented by digital transformation, modern applications, and cloud computing. Its platform enables organizations to automate the collection, ingestion, and analysis of application, infrastructure, security, and IoT data to derive actionable insights. The company offer a suite of solutions to address areas, such as operational intelligence, security intelligence, business intelligence, and global intelligence. Sumo Logic, Inc. was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.

Tesla, Inc.

Series C in 2006
Tesla, Inc. designs, develops, manufactures, leases, and sells electric vehicles, and energy generation and storage systems in the United States, China, Netherlands, Norway, and internationally. The company operates in two segments, Automotive; and Energy Generation and Storage. The Automotive segment offers sedans and sport utility vehicles. It also provides electric powertrain components and systems; and services for electric vehicles through its company-owned service locations, and Tesla mobile service technicians, as well as sells used vehicles. This segment markets and sells its products through a network of company-owned stores and galleries, as well as through its own Website. The Energy Generation and Storage segment offers energy storage products, such as rechargeable lithium-ion battery systems for use in homes, industrial, commercial facilities, and utility grids; and designs, manufactures, installs, maintains, leases, and sells solar energy generation and energy storage products to residential and commercial customers. It also provides vehicle insurance services, as well as renewable energy. The company was formerly known as Tesla Motors, Inc. and changed its name to Tesla, Inc. in February 2017. Tesla, Inc. was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

SolarCity

Series F in 2011
SolarCity is the nation's 1 leading provider of solar energy systems that deliver reliable clean energy to homes and businesses. SolarCity went public on the NASDAQ exchange in 2012 with a market cap of around $600 million.

Mobile 365

Series C in 2002
Mobile 365 is the new company formed from the merger of the two leaders in the mobile messaging world: InphoMatch, the leader in interoperable data and messaging services for mobile operators, and Mobileway, the leader in messaging solutions for brands and content providers. It is the global leader in the delivery, billing, and settlement of mobile messaging services. Their extensive footprint enables us to reach more mobile users—with more types of mobile data—than anyone else on the globe. They reliably deliver messages, premium content, and value-added services for the leading mobile operators, content providers, brands, and media companies worldwide.

Ripple TV

Series B in 2007
Ripple TV operates a national network of digital advertising screens targeting the areas of extended leisure time for people on-the-go. Ripple TV’s national network consists of thousands of screens located in places such as coffee shops, bookstores, and other high-traffic specialty retail locations for people who like to hang out and happen to have some attention to spare. Ripple TV was launched in 2006 and is headquartered in El Segundo, California.

mBeat Media

Angel Round in 2008
mBeat Media, Inc. (“mBeat”) is a leading service provider in the emerging digital media industry. The founding team's deep domain knowledge, is providing premium SMS mobile content aggregation and distribution (ringtones and wallpaper) services and content, primarily focused on the urban market. Through the leadership of its experienced management team has it's many subscribers, using direct-to-consumer advertising via prominent African-American targeted publications and television stations. mBeat was among the first companies to enter the mobile market and developed some of the earliest commercially availible SMS and WAP applications in the US market. The company currently offers downloadable ringtones, wallpaper images, games, and chat services. mBeat markets its services through direct response advertising through it’s flagship brand, UrbMob, www.urbmob.com, and numerous affiliate networks and partners in web, wap, TV, print, radio, and on carrier decks.

Mapbox Inc.

Series B in 2015
Mapbox is a location data platform providing maps, turn-by-turn navigation, location search, and data to over 2.6M registered developers — powering companies like Facebook, IBM, Instacart, Lonely Planet, Snapchat, Tableau, The Weather Channel, and Yahoo! JAPAN. Mapbox is built on a living map that learns from activity to make improvements over time, so developers building with Mapbox tools have access to the most up to date geospatial information anywhere in the world. Mapbox was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Washington, District of Columbia.

Wellframe Inc.

Series A in 2014
Wellframe is a hospital and healthcare it provides a digital health management solutions that include care management support, digital concierge solutions, and transformation services. It helps healthcare organizations by providing solutions that enable them to support people longitudinally between traditional clinical interactions. The company was founded in 2011 and headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

Anaplan

Series E in 2016
Anaplan is driving a new age of connected planning. Large and fast-growing organizations use Anaplan’s cloud platform in every business function to make better-informed plans and decisions and drive faster, more effective planning processes. Anaplan also provides support, training, and planning transformation advisory services. Anaplan is a privately held company based in San Francisco with 16 offices and over 150 expert partners worldwide. To learn more, visit anaplan.com.

EdeniQ Inc.

Venture Round in 2013
Edeniq, Inc. is a leading biotechnology company that develops processes for producing and measuring cellulosic ethanol from corn kernel fiber through its Intellulose technology. Edeniq’s Intellulose requires zero capital investment and is easily integrated into existing ethanol production facilities. Edeniq was established in 2008 and is headquartered in Visalia, Calif. with a field office in Omaha, Neb. More information can be found at www.edeniq.com.

Kyte

Series B in 2007
Kyte is the online and mobile video platform for media and entertainment. The Kyte Platform combines the real-time, interactive and community building capabilities of the social web with the analytics, control, and monetization features of professional video platforms, enabling companies to converge online and mobile audiences, build community, and monetize.
ClearCount Medical Solutions is the only provider of a sponge management system that combines the benefits of counting and detection. Counts can be quickly reconciled and in the event of a non-reconciliation, a missing sponge can be located using the SmartWandâ„¢. ClearCount innovations bring to market a comprehensive sponge reconciliation and detection solution that improves patient safety and operational efficiency.

Oration PBC

Series A in 2015
The business of healthcare in America is broken. We've figured out how to fix it. Help us fix it. In the past year alone, Oration has analyzed $1,000,000,000+ in healthcare transactions working with some of the largest companies in America. If you’re looking for a startup where you can solve meaningful and highly complex problems, where there’s no politics/bs, and where you can have a real impact on real people who need your help through things you build… then Oration is for you. Come help us get to that next billion dollars and share in the success.

Formlabs

Series B in 2016
Formlabs Inc. designs and manufactures 3D printing systems for engineers, designers, and artists. It also offers standard, castable, flexible, tough, and dental SG materials; and PreForm software, a software that prepares models for printing on Formlabs printer The company’s products are used in engineering, manufacturing, education, entertainment, dental, jewelry, healthcare, and audiology. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Somerville, Massachusetts with additional offices in Germany, Japan, China, Singapore, Hungary, and North Carolina.

Groxis

Venture Round in 2004
Groxis develops visual search technology and graphical information interface solutions. The company develops and markets Grokker, a Web-based enterprise search management platform that leverages federated content access and visualization for enterprises, universities, content publishers, libraries, and other research-intensive organizations. The company was founded in 2001 and is based in San Francisco, California.

BetterUp Inc.

Series C in 2019
Founded in 2013, BetterUp is a mobile-based leadership development platform used by Fortune 500 companies. With a holistic, science-backed methodology, BetterUp develops new behaviors and mindsets that enable high performance amid constant and accelerating change. Through on-demand, virtual coaching sessions, users practice and reinforce new behaviors and skills. Individual growth is measured and tracked. With a diverse range of customers, including Genentech, Logitech, and Workday, BetterUp inspires employees to build the skills to thrive personally and professionally.

Tacit Knowledge

Series A in 2004
Tacit Knowledge is the digital commerce consultancy that delivers Silicon Valley innovation to retail organizations around the world. Founded in 1997 by a group of software engineers, Tacit implements packaged applications and builds custom software for globally recognized multichannel organizations, including some of Internet Retailer's Top 25. The company is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in New York, London, Guadalajara, and Chisinau.

ZettaCore

Series A in 2002
ZettaCore is pioneering the field of molecular electronics. The company is focused on developing molecular materials to service the electronics industry. Their unique chemistry leverages the existing manufacturing infrastructure and enables the transition to higher performance at lower cost.

Talkdesk

Series C in 2020
Talkdesk offers an enterprise contact center platform that empowers companies to make the customer experience a competitive advantage. Talkdesk easily adapts to the evolving needs of sales and support teams and their end-customers, resulting in increased customer satisfaction, productivity, and cost savings. Over 1,400 innovative enterprises around the world, including IBM, Acxiom, and Zumiez rely on Talkdesk to power their customer interactions.

Pentalum Technologies

Series A in 2010
Pentalum develops the SpiDAR: a revolutionary, cost effective, patent pending, wind LiDAR (Light Detection And Ranging) system, for remote sensing of wind. The system targets all three main wind farm applications: Wind resource assessment, Wind farm operation optimization and Wind forecasting. Pentalum is a privately held company, funded by VCs and headed by highly experienced entrepreneurs, professionals in optics, fluid mechanics and atmospheric remote sensing. Pentalum Technologies Inc. was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Rehovot, Israel.

Prudent Energy

Venture Round in 2011
Prudent Energy is the designer, manufacturer, and integrator of the patented Vanadium Redox Battery Energy Storage System (VRB-ESS®), a long-life, advanced flow battery system. Prudent's VRB-ESS® allows utility customers to balance load, bridge generation, and regulate voltage and frequency in one low maintenance system. Prudent also sells or leases VRB® systems and services to commercial onsite generators and telecoms companies to reduce their operating expenses and provide backup power. Unlike other advanced battery systems, Prudent's VRB® system operates at room temperature, cycles at 100% without damage to power capacity, and uses an energy-storing electrolyte that never wears out.

ClubMom

Series B in 2000
ClubMom is a free national membership organization for mothers. It was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in New York.

RS LiveMedia Pvt Ltd.

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

Yellowbrick Data

Series B in 2018
Yellowbrick Data was founded in 2014 by experts in database and flash memory technologies to simplify data warehousing. They wanted to solve the challenges of high availability, running complex mixed workloads, support for ad-hoc SQL, computing correct answers on any schema, massive scalability and supporting large numbers of concurrent users. Yellowbrick Data empowers companies to make faster decisions with all of their data. Built for enterprises and the hybrid cloud, the Yellowbrick Data Warehouse deploys powerful analytics anywhere, with best-in-class economics.

Naseeb Networks

Series B in 2008
Naseeb Networks is an online Islamic network for social, business, and matchmaking purposes. It connects young, educated, professional Muslims through networks of friends and provides a platform to interact and build new connections. It was founded in 2003 and is based in Punjab, Pakistan.

Yodle

Series D in 2010
Yodle, Inc. provides online marketing services to local business owners. Its services include Web presence, local search placement, social media, customer reviews, Email marketing, and special offers distribution. The company also works with franchises and multi-location businesses. Yodle, Inc. was formerly known as Natpal, Inc. and changed its name to Yodle, Inc. in July 2007. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in New York, New York. As of March 9, 2016, Yodle, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Web.com Group, Inc.

Digital Path

Series C in 2004
Digital Path provides high-speed wireless broadband Internet and phone services to residential and business sectors in Northern California. It offers business-grade phone systems that include local and long-distance, hosted voicemail, multiple line configurations, and call forwarding services. The company also provides higher data speeds, dedicated business data circuits, multiple business telephone bundle options, competitive pricing, service quality guarantees, extensive rural and metro coverage, enhanced back-office configuration, and provisioning and installation services. In addition, it offers satellite, DSL, or cable services for the residential sector.

Imagen Technologies

Series A in 2017
Imagen is a healthcare company whose mission is to save patient lives by making accurate medical image interpretation universally available and affordable. Currently, over two-thirds of the world’s population doesn’t have access to basic radiology services. Through our technology and close collaboration with world-leading clinicians, we believe that we can do something about it. We take an interdisciplinary approach: we are a team of experts in machine learning, healthcare, software engineering, and regulatory affairs who research and develop assistive software for clinicians. Our FDA-cleared software analyzes the content of medical images and produces diagnoses, improving the diagnostic accuracy of clinicians by highlighting detected pathology. We are advised by some of the world’s leading scientists and medical researchers, including Turing Award winner Yann LeCun. We have raised over $60M from leading investors including GV, DFJ, and Zach Weinberg. Imagen is based in New York and actively hiring. Are you excited about joining our mission? Reach out directly to us at recruitingteam@imagen.ai

Aniboom

Series B in 2008
Aniboom is a growing company with a vision of global collaborative animation production, Aniboom is leading the change in the animation industry. With approximately 9,500 Aniboom Animators located around the globe we deliver every type of animation to major brands and entertainment companies worldwide. Our methodology is different. There is an evolution happening today in animation. The costs of running a production house with talented artists located close to a major studio is not cost effective, so work is often being outsourced – but even then there are brick and mortar costs involved in addition to a loss of control. Aniboom uses the power of the Cloud in animation production to lower costs, increase speed and raise transparency. Aniboom is an online production studio that makes animation by reaching out to our database of over 9,500 creators who are located around the globe. Aniboom's massive workforce allows it to find multiple perfect creators for any job. Interested in double redundancy? Done. Triple? Aniboom can do that too. Even quadruple. Due to the amount of qualified creators we can draw from, and the level of quality talent within, Aniboom is more flexible and scalable than a traditional studio. The Aniboom Virtual Studio online production platform allows us to review work in near real-time. And, our more efficient cost structure allows production at better rates than traditional brick-and-mortar studios. Founded in 2006 by television industry veterans Uri Shinar and Avraham Pirchi. Aniboom's management team includes entertainment veterans with extensive professional backgrounds in television, movie and gaming animation. Aniboom investors include Evergreen VC, Draper Fisher Jurveson (DFJ) and Tamir Fishman Israel.

Splice

Series C in 2019
Splice designs and develops a technology platform for music creators streamlines the fragmented process of creating and sharing music. It also provides artists with means to connect with fans and other artists to solicit feedback throughout every step of the process. Matthieu Aimonetti and Steve Martocci founded Splice in 2013. It has its headquarters in New York City.

BodyMedia

Venture Round in 2012
BodyMedia pioneered the development of wearable body monitors that collect physiological data for use in improving health, wellness and fitness. Founded in 1999, the company today provides a variety of around-the-clock on-body monitors utilizing proprietary technology that has been clinically validated for accuracy. Data captured by BodyMedia devices is used by consumers as well as health and wellness professionals to guide behavioral changes to control weight and promote an active lifestyle – two factors that are routinely cited as keys to combat and manage serious medical conditions. BodyMedia has amassed one of the largest databases of information about the human body, and the technology has been used in more than 100 clinical research studies covering health issues such as obesity, COPD, diabetes, cystic fibrosis, cancer, bariatrics, sleep and intensive care. BodyMedia is privately held and based in Pittsburgh, PA. For more information, visit www.bodymedia.com.

Posit Science Corporation

Venture Round in 2011
Posit Science Corporation provides brain training software. It offers exercises through its Website to improve brain speed, attention, and memory. The company was formerly known as Neuroscience Solutions Corporation and changed its name to Posit Science Corporation in January 2005. Posit Science Corporation was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Orchid Labs

Seed Round in 2017
Orchid Labs is an open-source project committed to ending surveillance and censorship on the internet. Orchid uses an overlay network built upon the existing internet, which is driven by a peer-to-peer tokenized bandwidth exchange, creating a more inclusive, liberated internet. Orchid Labs was founded in 2017 by Dr. Steven Waterhouse, Jay Freeman, Brian J. Fox, Gustav Simonsson, and Stephen Bell.

BrightVolt

Series A in 2013
BrightVolt, Inc. is engaged in the design, development, and scale manufacturing of ultra thin film batteries to power various Internet connected devices, such as medical patches, sensor labels, and power cards. It also develops custom solid state thin film batteries and power solutions for client’s IoT devices; Flexion solid state thin film lithium polymer batteries; and thin micro electronics. The company’s products are sold in the United States and internationally. BrightVolt, Inc. was formerly known as Solicore, Inc. The company was incorporated in 1998 and is based in Redmond, Washington.

CircleCI

Series B in 2016
CircleCI’s continuous integration and delivery platform helps software teams rapidly release code with confidence by automating the build, test, and deploy process. CircleCI offers a modern software development platform that lets teams ramp quickly, scale easily, and build confidently every day. Velocity is critical for software teams in today's competitive landscape, but maintaining speed can be difficult as apps and systems grow larger and more complex. CircleCI’s platform allows developers to rapidly release code (for web and mobile apps) they trust by automating the build, test, and deploy process. CircleCI enables developers to detect and fix bugs before they even reach customers. Thousands of leading companies including Facebook, Kickstarter, Shyp, and Spotify rely on CircleCI to accelerate delivery of their code and enable developers to focus on creating business value fast. CircleCI is a Bay Area Best Places to Work 2018 award winner from the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal. Founded in 2011 and headquartered in beautiful downtown San Francisco with a global remote workforce, CircleCI is venture backed by Scale Venture Partners, DFJ, Baseline Ventures, and Harrison Metal Capital.

BrightSource Energy

Series F in 2012
BrightSource Energy designs and builds large scale solar plants that deliver low-cost solar energy in the form of steam and/or electricity, at prices competitive with fossil fuels, to industrial and utility customers worldwide. BrightSource Energy enables industrial and utility companies to lessen their dependency on fossil fuels by providing a low cost, reliable source of clean energy during periods of peak usage. BrightSource Energy's corporate headquarters are located in Oakland, California.

MyShape

Venture Round in 2009
MyShape.com is an online retail store created for you. Personalized stores (called myShop) search for and display clothing matched to a shopper's specific measurements, body shape and preferences.

Nervana

Series A in 2014
Nervana focuses on building technology to power the next generation of intelligent applications. Founded by experts in machine learning, neuroscience, processor architecture, and chip design, Nervana Systems is bringing unprecedented scale and simplicity to the application of brain-inspired algorithms. It was founded in 2014 and headquartered in San Diego, California.

Eplication

Series A in 2001
Eplication provides content acceleration appliances for network infrastructure applications. The company offers Net Racer, which is designed to provide instant access to business critical applications, including enterprise-wide customer relationship management and enterprise resource planning hosted on local and wide area networks; and Global Net Racer that is designed for distributed branch deployments, where application traffic flows from head office to multiple sites or from branch-to-branch; and Traffic Racer, which is designed to allocate route for Web traffic. Eplication is based in in Hod-Hasharon, Israel.

Xtime

Series E in 2005
Xtime is the leading provider of hosted Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Scheduling software for automotive service departments in North America. Xtime has over 3,000 dealerships, registered over 1 Million customers and processes over 1 Million appointments a month. Xtime is the exclusive or preferred provider for many of the leading global automotive manufacturers, including Lexus, Toyota Canada, Toyota US, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Infiniti, VW, Audi, Chrysler and Hyundai. Xtime is also the trusted choice for many of the industry's leading dealership groups, including AutoNation, Group 1 Automotive, Sonic Automotive, West Herr, Luther, Ferman and Checkered Flag. Xtime is based in Redwood Shores, California.

Apieron

Series B in 2005
Apieron is the maker of a device that monitors asthmatic conditions. At this point, their product is cleared by the FDA, but may only be used in a physician's office.

Yodle

Series B in 2007
Yodle, Inc. provides online marketing services to local business owners. Its services include Web presence, local search placement, social media, customer reviews, Email marketing, and special offers distribution. The company also works with franchises and multi-location businesses. Yodle, Inc. was formerly known as Natpal, Inc. and changed its name to Yodle, Inc. in July 2007. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in New York, New York. As of March 9, 2016, Yodle, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Web.com Group, Inc.

Zapier

Seed Round in 2012
Zapier helps anyone to automate the most tedious parts of a day to day job. The company believes that there are jobs that a computer is best at doing and that there are jobs that a human is best at doing. Zapier wants to empower businesses everywhere to create processes and systems that let computers do what they are best at doing and let humans do what they are best at doing.

CircleCI

Series C in 2018
CircleCI’s continuous integration and delivery platform helps software teams rapidly release code with confidence by automating the build, test, and deploy process. CircleCI offers a modern software development platform that lets teams ramp quickly, scale easily, and build confidently every day. Velocity is critical for software teams in today's competitive landscape, but maintaining speed can be difficult as apps and systems grow larger and more complex. CircleCI’s platform allows developers to rapidly release code (for web and mobile apps) they trust by automating the build, test, and deploy process. CircleCI enables developers to detect and fix bugs before they even reach customers. Thousands of leading companies including Facebook, Kickstarter, Shyp, and Spotify rely on CircleCI to accelerate delivery of their code and enable developers to focus on creating business value fast. CircleCI is a Bay Area Best Places to Work 2018 award winner from the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal. Founded in 2011 and headquartered in beautiful downtown San Francisco with a global remote workforce, CircleCI is venture backed by Scale Venture Partners, DFJ, Baseline Ventures, and Harrison Metal Capital.

Enlighted Inc.

Series C in 2013
Designed to give you more control over the buildings you manage, increase efficiency and make you smarter about virtually everything in your commercial spaces, Enlighted converts the abstract Internet of Things into something tangible. Enlighted’s mission is to help our customers reach long-range sustainability goals while saving money and increasing efficiency. Using our first-in-class sensor and analytics platform, we provide smart energy solutions for commercial buildings. Our technology reduces costs and improves the comfort of workspaces and the efficiency of the people who work in them. Our solutions go beyond theory. Customers are saving millions in energy costs - up to 70% in some instances - while making smarter business decisions based on the actionable data we provide. To date, our sensors have been installed in over 70,000 square-feet and are deployed in Fortune 1000 company workplaces, like AT&T and Oracle.

Fastparts

Series D in 2000
FastParts, Inc. operates as a B2B Internet marketplace for buyers and sellers of electronic inventory. It also provides auction services for the disposition of parts. The company was founded in 1991 and is based in San Jose, California.

Periscope Data

Series A in 2015
Periscope Data Inc. develops data caching technology. Its Periscope technology plugs directly into databases and enables users to run, save, and share analyses over various data rows. The company was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. As of May 14, 2019, Periscope Data Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Sisense Inc.

SportPursuit

Venture Round in 2013
SportPursuit is the UKs first sport-specific flash sales website featuring top quality sports products and services from the world's best brands. During their 7 days flash sales, members receive exclusive access to sales at up to 70% off RRP in a fun, content rich, personalised environment. SportPursuit works very closely with its brand partners to help enhance their brand image through push marketing to their large targeted member base of sports enthusiasts, encouraging brand engagement and trial.

Verge Genomics

Series A in 2018
Verge Genomics transforms drug discovery with artificial intelligence. Verge was founded by a unique combination of the field's top machine learning experts and seasoned neuroscience drug developers. Together, they share the vision that exponential advances in computational genomics combined with new insights into neuroscience has created a breakthrough opportunity to discover drugs that dramatically improve the lives of patients suffering from neurodegenerative disease.

Sisense

Series D in 2016
Sisense goes beyond traditional business intelligence by providing organizations with the ability to infuse analytics everywhere, embedded in both customer facing applications and employee-facing workflows. Sisense customers are breaking through the barriers of analytic adoption by going beyond the dashboard with Sisense Fusion - the highly customizable, AI-driven analytics cloud platform, that infuses intelligence at the right place and the right time, every time. More than 2,000 global companies such as GitLab, UiPath, Tinder, Nasdaq, GE, Rolls Royce and Philips Healthcare rely on Sisense to innovate, disrupt markets and drive meaningful change in the world. Ranked as the No. 1 Business Intelligence company in terms of customer success, Sisense has also been named one of the Forbes’ Cloud 100, The World’s Best Cloud Companies, five years in a row.

Digital Path

Series A in 2003
Digital Path provides high-speed wireless broadband Internet and phone services to residential and business sectors in Northern California. It offers business-grade phone systems that include local and long-distance, hosted voicemail, multiple line configurations, and call forwarding services. The company also provides higher data speeds, dedicated business data circuits, multiple business telephone bundle options, competitive pricing, service quality guarantees, extensive rural and metro coverage, enhanced back-office configuration, and provisioning and installation services. In addition, it offers satellite, DSL, or cable services for the residential sector.

Jobfox

Series C in 2008
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Ooma, Inc.

Series B in 2007
Ooma (NYSE: OOMA) creates powerful connected experiences for businesses and consumers, delivered from its smart cloud-based SaaS platform. For businesses of all sizes, Ooma provides advanced voice and collaboration features that are flexible and scalable. For consumers, Ooma provides PureVoice HD voice quality, advanced functionality and integration with their mobile devices. Ooma’s groundbreaking home security solution delivers a full range of wireless security sensors and a smart video camera, putting consumers in charge of protecting their homes. Learn more at www.ooma.com.

Vendio

Series C in 2000
Vendio Services, Inc. (www.vendio.com) helps small to medium-sized merchants (SMM's) succeed by offering them an integrated solution to manage their sales seamlessly and cost-effectively across multiple online sales channels including their online store, Amazon.com, eBay, Google, Shopzilla, and more. Each year over 80,000 merchants use Vendio's award winning multi-channel platform and applications to sell nearly $2 billion in merchandise. The company also operates Dealio (www.dealio.com), a shopping and coupons site for consumers. Vendio is headquartered in San Mateo, California with a development office in Romania. In 2010, Vendio was acquired by Alibaba.com (HKSE: 1688) (1688.HK), the global leader in e-commerce for small businesses and the flagship company of Alibaba Group.

Eventful

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

PacketExchange

Series B in 2008
PacketExchange is the provider of private network services with Internet economics – providing Global Ethernet, Global Peering, Collaborative Networking, Cloud Networking, Dedicated Internet Access and Internet Transit. Their unique real-time transactional services platform leverages a global private layer-2 MPLS/VPLS and layer-3 IP network to offer a fast, secure, reliable and cost-effective alternative to the public Internet backbone. PacketExchange's redundant mesh across Europe, North America and Asia and exclusive wide-area peering fabric enable hundreds of access and broadband service providers, digital media, content and web application providers, enterprises and customers to connect directly to their trading partners around the world.

Technorati

Series D in 2009
Technorati, Inc. builds tools and services that accelerate publishers’ programmatic revenues. Its advertising platform uses technology and real-time market insights to optimize digital advertising interactions across a publisher network. The company offers Contango that supports publishers with a technology platform for aggregating and managing demand partnerships in real time. Technorati, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of February 26, 2016, Technorati, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Synacor, Inc.

Tesla

Series E in 2008
Tesla Motors was started by a group of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and strives to create a revolution and accelerate the world’s transition to electric mobility with a full range of increasingly affordable electric cars. Tesla vehicles are EVs (electric vehicles), which are transforming the way people drive and move. Tesla has gone public as of June 29, 2010 and has a market cap of $34.32 billion. Tesla Motors’ goal is to increase the number and variety of EVs through three strategies. The first is to sell its own branded vehicle through its showrooms. Second is to sell premium, high-quality, patented electric components to other automakers. Lastly, it serves as a “catalyst and positive example to other automakers.” There has already been a movement in the EV market with the push of the GM Volt, rumored to have been inspired by the Tesla Roadster.

Formlabs

Series A in 2013
Formlabs Inc. designs and manufactures 3D printing systems for engineers, designers, and artists. It also offers standard, castable, flexible, tough, and dental SG materials; and PreForm software, a software that prepares models for printing on Formlabs printer The company’s products are used in engineering, manufacturing, education, entertainment, dental, jewelry, healthcare, and audiology. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Somerville, Massachusetts with additional offices in Germany, Japan, China, Singapore, Hungary, and North Carolina.

Technorati

Series D in 2008
Technorati, Inc. builds tools and services that accelerate publishers’ programmatic revenues. Its advertising platform uses technology and real-time market insights to optimize digital advertising interactions across a publisher network. The company offers Contango that supports publishers with a technology platform for aggregating and managing demand partnerships in real time. Technorati, Inc. was founded in 2002 and is based in San Francisco, California. As of February 26, 2016, Technorati, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Synacor, Inc.

The Clymb

Series B in 2012
The Clymb is the industry-leading venue for connecting premium outdoor enthusiasts, athletes and professionals. Exclusive arrangements with our partner brands allow members access to pricing as low as 70% below retail on apparel, footwear and gear from an elite group of premium manufacturers. The Clymb is a private online community. Members shape the network by inviting like-minded friends and colleagues. There is no cost to join, but membership is by invitation only. The Clymb was founded in 2009 in Portland, Oregon by a seasoned team of outdoor and sport industry executives with one goal: innovating product distribution for the benefit of core consumers while protecting the integrity of our valued partner brands. The Clymb is a private member network for dedicated outdoor enthusiasts, athletes, and professionals. We offer Member pricing on the planet's most sought-after outdoor brandsâ„¢

Alert Logic, Inc.

Series A in 2005
Alert Logic, the leader in security and compliance solutions for the cloud, provides Security-as-a-Service for on-premises, cloud, and hybrid infrastructures, delivering deep security insight and continuous protection for customers at a lower cost than traditional security solutions. Fully managed by a team of experts, the Alert Logic Security-as-a-Service solution provides network, system and web application protection immediately, wherever your IT infrastructure resides. Alert Logic partners with the leading cloud platforms and hosting providers to protect over 3,600 organizations worldwide. Built for cloud scale, the Alert Logic patented platform stores petabytes of data, analyses over 400 million events and identifies over 50,000 security incidents each month, which are managed by its 24×7 Security Operations Center. Alert Logic, founded in 2002, is headquartered in Houston, Texas, with offices in Seattle, Dallas, Cardiff, Belfast and London. The company’s products and services include: o SaaS Solutions -Threat Manager – Intrusion Detection -Log Manager – Log Management & SIEM -Web Security Manager – Web Application Firewall -ScanWatch – Vulnerability Assessment -Amazon Web Services Cloud Security - Intrusion Detection for AWS o Managed Security Services -ActiveWatch & ActiveWatch Premier -LogReview Alert Logic was founded in 2002. For more information, please visit http://www.alertlogic.com

Nantero, Inc.

Series D in 2012
Nantero, Inc. is a nanotechnology company which develops semiconductor products using carbon nanotubes in the United States and internationally. It offers density nonvolatile random access memory chips, nanoelectromechanical switches, memory semiconductor products, logic semiconductor products, other semiconductor products, and microelectronic-grade carbon nanotubes. The company serves various applications, including cell phones, MP3 players, digital cameras, networking and enterprise systems, and more. Nantero, Inc. was incorporated in 2001 and is based in Woburn, Massachusetts.

Telly

Series B in 2013
Telly, Inc. operates a Web-video discovery platform. The company offers Telly, a solution to share and discover videos; and Telly Plus, a premium content service that allows users to stream movies and television shows to their iOS and Android mobile devices, and computers. It serves customers primarily in Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Iraq, and Yemen. Telly, Inc. was formerly known as TwitVid, Inc. and changed its name to Telly, Inc. in June 2012. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Enviz

Series B in 2001
Enviz is the technology leader in business intelligence for the user experience. The comprehensive Enviz service is designed for business managers seeking to evaluate and improve the ROI of their e-business. With a powerful and flexible software service, Enviz is the only company that offers natural observation of Web users to provide accurate results and recommendations that directly impact the bottom line. Headquartered in Redwood City, CA, Enviz is privately held with funding from Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Stanford University.
Focus Media Information Technology Co., Ltd. provides digital media advertising services worldwide. Its products and services include elevator TV, elevator poster, Jingshi cinema, and terminal stores. The company was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Shanghai, China.

Chef, Inc.

Series E in 2015
Chef, Inc. provides cloud-based infrastructure automation solutions. It offers configuration management, a solution to manage complex infrastructure; cloud management that enables users to manage and scale cloud infrastructure with no downtime or interruptions, as well as build, destroy, and rebuild servers on public or private cloud; and DevOps, a solution for collaboration between development and operations. The company also provides Enterprise Chef that automates user infrastructure that accelerates time to market, helps users to manage scale and complexity, and safeguards their systems; and professional services that include planning, training and skill development, and project-based services. Chef, Inc. was formerly known as Chef, Inc. and changed its name to Opscode, Inc. in December 2013. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Seattle, Washington. As of October 5, 2020, Chef, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Progress Software Corporation.

Emu Messenger

Seed Round in 2013
Emu is texting with a built-in assistant. Schedule lunches, share your location, and set reminders — as easily as sending a photo. It’s texting, for grown-ups. Created by veterans of Siri, Apple, Google, TechCrunch, and Yahoo! Messenger, Emu is a messaging product for iPhone that uses artificial intelligence — machine learning and natural language processing — to understand messages, then magically adds relevant information to help you schedule a lunch, reserve a table, buy movie tickets, or share your location in real time. Emu (http://emu.is) was founded in 2012 by Gummi Hafsteinsson (formerly VP Product Siri, previously at Apple and Google), Dave Feldman (previously with AOL/TechCrunch and Yahoo!), and an experienced team of mobile and machine-learning engineers. The company has received seed funding of $1.5M to date from Kleiner Perkins, TriplePoint Capital, Menlo Ventures, DFJ, and additional angel investors. See our Founder Bios for more information on the founding team.

Sisense

Series E in 2018
Sisense goes beyond traditional business intelligence by providing organizations with the ability to infuse analytics everywhere, embedded in both customer facing applications and employee-facing workflows. Sisense customers are breaking through the barriers of analytic adoption by going beyond the dashboard with Sisense Fusion - the highly customizable, AI-driven analytics cloud platform, that infuses intelligence at the right place and the right time, every time. More than 2,000 global companies such as GitLab, UiPath, Tinder, Nasdaq, GE, Rolls Royce and Philips Healthcare rely on Sisense to innovate, disrupt markets and drive meaningful change in the world. Ranked as the No. 1 Business Intelligence company in terms of customer success, Sisense has also been named one of the Forbes’ Cloud 100, The World’s Best Cloud Companies, five years in a row.

NumberAI

Seed Round in 2017
NumberAI develops artificial intelligence software Numa. It enables small businesses to connect their landline numbers digitally and interact with them in a lot of the same ways consumers expect today. Andrew Ruff, Joel Grossman, and Tasso Roumeliotis founded NumberAI in 2016. It has its headquarters in Oakland in California.

Mode Media

Series C in 2006
Mode Media, a top 10 U.S. media property with 136 million unique users a month, was founded in Silicon Valley in 2004 with a simple, yet powerful idea—to help people discover relevant content by combining the power of human curation of premium content with technology that distributes the right content to the right people at the right time. Today, Mode Media is building the largest independent premium video and content platform for creators powered by distribution and streaming technology that delivers targeted native videos, content and branded entertainment at scale in real-time. Mode.com is an owned & operated social networking platform where creators can upload videos and build content stories. Content on Mode is curated by professional editors and distributed in user feeds—personalized by the Mode content algorithm technology. Since launch six months ago, Mode has grown from zero to 31 million unique monthly users, and crossed over 1 billion streamed video views.

Forward Networks

Series C in 2019
Forward Networks, Inc. develops network verification and automation software. The company offers open-source software, such as Beacon and Mininet to control data centers, tested SDNs, and wide-area networks. It also provides Forward Essentials, a web application that enables engineers and operators to access network state, as well as network operators to reduce the time to root-cause network and security issues. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in Palo Alto, California.

BrightLink Networks

Series C in 2000
BrightLink Networks, Inc. is a manufacturer of optical network switching systems. The company begins the marketing and manufacturing of its intelligent optical network system.

Ping Identity

Series F in 2013
Ping Identity provides cloud-based identity management software for companies and government organizations. They help enterprises achieve Zero Trust identity-defined security & more personalized, streamlined user experiences. The Ping Intelligent Identity Platform provides customers, employees, partners, and, increasingly, IoT, with access to the cloud, mobile, SaaS, and on-premises applications and APIs, while also managing identity and profile data at scale. Ping Identity was founded in 2002 and headquartered in Denver, Colorado.

SafeView

Series B in 2004
Safe-View, Inc was created to bring an existing patented Holographic Imaging technology developed by PNNL (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) to market as a commercial application. The product uses an active millimeter wave technology that is safe and offers clear resolution of hidden items. Unlike some other methods of detection the Guardian 100 allows the operator to clearly see metal, plastic, ceramic and other materials that may be hidden under clothing without using ionizing radiation. It offers a clear alternative to metal detectors, pat down searches, and other threat detection methods currently being used to ensure safety in public areas.

Xfire

Series A in 2003
Provides social gaming and networking services, shares in-game screen shots and videos, and live-streams gameplay

SHIFT

Series C in 2017
Shift is an online marketplace for buying and selling used cars. Shift is an online platform that enables its users to find, compare, and purchase or sell cars. Acting as a personal concierge service, the company details cars, lists them on multiple lists, handles test drives, and finds intent buyers. Charging a Shift Service Fee for registration, car prep services, and sales tax, Shift provides customers with a 150-point concierge report that includes specs, high-resolution photos, vehicle history, and results on their cars before purchase.

Shanghai SynaCast Media

Venture Round in 2009
Shanghai SynaCast Media Tech.Co.,LTD focuses on the technical development of network data transforming, network security, and streaming processing. It offers SYNACAST, a P2P based live media streaming platform, which integrates P2P technology, and provides uniform content management and forms integrated online media streaming system. The company also provides server support services. Shanghai SynaCast Media Tech.Co.,LTD is based in Wuhan, China.

iYogi

Series D in 2010
iYogi is an on-demand software and services company that provides online technical support services for a range of computing and communication devices. The company offers optimization, diagnosis and repair, setup and installation, virus removal, usability training, networking, web presence, and managed services. It provides its technology support services for browsers, multimedia, operating systems, productivity, security, and utilities software; and computers and peripherals, mobiles, gaming devices, and servers. It serves customers in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, India, and the GCC states. iYogi was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Gurgaon, India.

Molecular Imprints

Series B in 2004
Molecular Imprints Inc. manufactures imprint and lithography systems for creating nanometer-scale surface relief structures. The company, through its Jet and Flash imprint lithography technology, provides nanopatterning capability for display, life science, light emitting diode, and other high-tech industries. The company was incorporated in 2014 and is based in Austin, Texas.

Chef, Inc.

Series C in 2012
Chef, Inc. provides cloud-based infrastructure automation solutions. It offers configuration management, a solution to manage complex infrastructure; cloud management that enables users to manage and scale cloud infrastructure with no downtime or interruptions, as well as build, destroy, and rebuild servers on public or private cloud; and DevOps, a solution for collaboration between development and operations. The company also provides Enterprise Chef that automates user infrastructure that accelerates time to market, helps users to manage scale and complexity, and safeguards their systems; and professional services that include planning, training and skill development, and project-based services. Chef, Inc. was formerly known as Chef, Inc. and changed its name to Opscode, Inc. in December 2013. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Seattle, Washington. As of October 5, 2020, Chef, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Progress Software Corporation.

Twilio Inc.

Series D in 2013
Twilio, the developer platform for communications, is reinventing telecom by merging the worlds of cloud computing, web services and telecommunications. With Twilio, developers and businesses make communications more contextual by embedding voice, video, messaging, and authentication directly into applications. Businesses such as Uber, Box, DocuSign, Nordstrom, Coca-Cola, Walmart, and Home Depot trust Twilio to power their communications.

BinOptics

Series A in 2003
BinOptics Corporation manufactures monolithically integrated optoelectronic components. It offers directly modulated fabry-perot, directly modulated distributed feedback, and ring lasers; and custom integrated chips, such as edge- and surface-emitting lasers, monitoring and high-speed photodetectors, electroabsorption modulators, semiconductor optical amplifiers, beam couplers/splitters, waveguides, and on-chip lenses. The company offers its products for use in datacom and telecommunication applications, such as gigabit ethernet and PON applications, as well as advanced non-telecomunication applications. BinOptics Corporation was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Ithaca, New York.

EverythingMe

Series C in 2012
EverythingMe is a launcher for Android devices that adds contextual capabilities to mobile phones. It delivers the right apps, contacts and information to the homescreen, exactly at the right place and time. Whatever a person is into, wherever they are, they’ll get personalized suggestions that match their interests and lifestyle. Delivering truly contextual results is a formidable engineering challenge. Their algorithms combine machine learning, statistical modeling, and domain knowledge expertise to identify specific life scenarios. Within these contexts they match users’ needs with specific content on their phones, as well as native and web apps.

Lemon

Series A in 2012
Lemon Wallet is a digital wallet that helps you spend smarter. The Smarter Wallet from Lemon turns your smartphone into a digital wallet that organizes and stores your IDs, credit cards, loyalty cards, receipts, coupons and more, so you can access what you need more conveniently, and you're always backed up in case your wallet is lost or stolen.

Unity Technologies

Series D in 2018
Unity Software Inc. operates a real-time 3D development platform. Its platform provides software solutions to create, run, and monetize interactive, real-time 2D and 3D content for mobile phones, tablets, PCs, consoles, and augmented and virtual reality devices. The company offers its solutions directly through its online store and field sales operations in North America, Denmark, Finland, the United Kingdom, Germany, Japan, China, Singapore, and South Korea, as well as indirectly through independent distributors and resellers worldwide. The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

AngelList

Series A in 2013
AngelList is a platform for startups, angel investors, and job-seekers looking to work at startups. AngelList's goal is also to democratize the investment process. In 2014, the company raised $104 million online. It has also funded 243 startups. In 2015, they've made over 548K introductions between job-seekers and companies. Founded by Babak Nivi and Naval Ravikant in 2010, AngelList is headquartered in San Francisco, California, United States.

Analyte Health

Venture Round in 2010
Analyte Health is an integrated healthcare partner that connects patients and providers with laboratory testing services. We focus on creating an outstanding patient experience by making lab testing more convenient, accessible, and faster than traditional brick and mortar office visits. On average, we reduce the office visit and lab testing turnaround time from weeks to three days or less. Analyte Health has consistently achieved a Net Promoter Score of 70 or higher. To learn more, please visit www.analytehealth.com.

Qingdao Crystech Coating

Series A in 2009
Crystechcoating, Inc was founded in Qingdao, a beautiful eastern coast city in China, in May, 2003. Crystechcoating is dedicated to developing both advanced optical components and high power LED source with fully marketing and technical supports from our key investor, Foreal Spectrum, Inc in San Jose. With seven years team work, and continual innovation, we have built strong R/D, and operation team so that we are fully recognized as one of the global leaders in the design, manufacture, and marketing of LED modules, LED lighting solutions, and advanced optical components. Since 2009, our management began to promote two BRANDs of Crystechcoating and G-lighting independently in order to better serve our components and LED modules customers in diversified market segments such as

InsightSquared

Series C in 2014
InsightSquared offers the industry's most complete and flexible Revenue Intelligence Platform, featuring six integrated solutions in one. We empower revenue professionals to make better decisions by equipping them with actionable, real-time intelligence that drives predictable growth. B2B organizations worldwide rely on InsightSquared to build stronger, healthier pipelines, improve conversion rates, target rep coaching, boost forecast accuracy and significantly increase competitive win rates. For more information, visit www.insightsquared.com.

Remitly

Series F in 2020
Remitly is a mobile payment service that enables consumers to conveniently make person-to-person international money transfers from the United States. Its online service is disrupting the $588 billion a year industry by using the latest technology and mobile devices to eliminate unnecessary forms, codes, agents, extra time and fees tied to the traditional money transfer process. As a licensed money transmitter, Remitly currently operates in 49 states and Washington, D.C., and spends millions of dollars to thousands of customers each month. Remitly is backed by Stripes Group, DFJ, Vulcan Capital, QED, Trilogy Equity Partners, DN Capital, Founders Co-Op, Bezos Expeditions, and TomorrowVentures.

IZEA

Series B in 2007
IZEA operates the premier online marketplace that connects brands with influential content creators. IZEA creators range from leading bloggers and social media personalities to A-List celebrities and professional journalists. Creators are compensated for developing and distributing unique content on behalf of brands including long form text, videos, photos and status updates. Brands receive influential consumer content and engaging, shareable stories that drive awareness.

PubMatic

Venture Round in 2014
PubMatic is an automation solutions company for an open digital media industry. Featuring the leading omni-channel revenue automation platform for publishers and enterprise-grade programmatic tools for media buyers, PubMatic’s publisher-first approach enables advertisers to access premium inventory at scale. Processing nearly one trillion ad impressions per month, PubMatic has created a global infrastructure to activate meaningful connections between consumers, content and brands. Since 2006, PubMatic’s focus on data and technology innovation has fueled the growth of the programmatic industry as a whole. Headquartered in Redwood City, California, PubMatic operates 12 offices and six data centers worldwide. PubMatic is a registered trademark of PubMatic, Inc. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Ambiq Micro, Inc.

Series B in 2012
Ambiq Micro is an early-stage fabless semiconductor company that is developing ultra-low-power mixed-signal solutions for a new generation of wireless electronics. Ambiq Micro was founded in 2010 on the simple yet powerful notion that extremely low power semiconductors are the key to the future of electronics. Through the use of their pioneering ultra-low-power technology, they help innovative companies around the world develop differentiated solutions that reduce or eliminate the need for batteries, lower overall system power, and maximize industrial design flexibility.

Livongo

Series B in 2015
Livongo is the consumer digital health company that empowers people with chronic conditions to live a better life. It has developed a completely new approach for diabetes management that combines the latest technology with coaching. By offering the right information, tools, and support, at the right time, we provide our members with real-time, personalized insights, and support to make diabetes management easier. Its approach is leading to better financial and clinical outcomes while also creating a better experience for people with diabetes and their care team of family, friends, and medical professionals. It was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

BinOptics

Venture Round in 2011
BinOptics Corporation manufactures monolithically integrated optoelectronic components. It offers directly modulated fabry-perot, directly modulated distributed feedback, and ring lasers; and custom integrated chips, such as edge- and surface-emitting lasers, monitoring and high-speed photodetectors, electroabsorption modulators, semiconductor optical amplifiers, beam couplers/splitters, waveguides, and on-chip lenses. The company offers its products for use in datacom and telecommunication applications, such as gigabit ethernet and PON applications, as well as advanced non-telecomunication applications. BinOptics Corporation was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Ithaca, New York.

FFWD

Series A in 2007
FFWD (pronounced "fast forward") is a platform for discovering and sharing video content from network TV hits to the most obscure user-generated clips. The site creates profiles based on users' viewing habits and identifys content related to their favorites. FFWD will transform your social network into a recommendation network, harnessing the human intuition and personal knowledge of your friends to identify content you all want to watch. FFWD is aiming to refine the psychology of channel surfing by providing an "intelligent" browsing experience that guides users to content according to their responses to options in sequence. You only have a few hours a day for video content. Spend more of that time actually enjoying it by using FFWD to find great video content via your tastes, your friends, and your natural actions. FFWD was formerly Vadver.com.

iYogi

Series C in 2010
iYogi is an on-demand software and services company that provides online technical support services for a range of computing and communication devices. The company offers optimization, diagnosis and repair, setup and installation, virus removal, usability training, networking, web presence, and managed services. It provides its technology support services for browsers, multimedia, operating systems, productivity, security, and utilities software; and computers and peripherals, mobiles, gaming devices, and servers. It serves customers in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, India, and the GCC states. iYogi was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Gurgaon, India.

Contextweb

Series D in 2008
Contextweb offers real-time solutions to deliver advertisements using categories and keywords. As of September 22, 2011, Contextweb was acquired by PulsePoint. Contextweb operates as an advertising company. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in New York, New York.

Solar Junction

Series A in 2008
Solar Junction is a manufacturer of high efficiency III-V multi-junction solar cells based on ASLAM ™ materials. The company is dedicated to providing the industry’s highest efficiency solar cells to enable CPV as a cost effective energy solution. Founded in 2007, Solar Junction is headquartered in San Jose, California. Investors include New Enterprise Associates, Draper Fisher Jurvetson and Advanced Technology Ventures.

StreamOcean Inc.

Series A in 2008
Qunar.com (去哪儿) is a Chinese travel search engine providing comprehensive technology tools. Founded in May 2005 through a collaboration of Zhuang Chenchao, Fritz Demopoulos and Douglas Khoo, the company was listed as the largest travel media in China and third in the Asia Pacific region. According to monitoring data by iResearch in Jan 2013, Qunar topped the list of travel websites via seventy-four million seven hundred and forty thousand monthly visits, while its mobile application “Where to travel"" had over thirty four million activated users.

Emilio Health

Series A in 2020
Brightline is a technology-enabled behavioral health home for children and their families. Brightline delivers integrated care through innovative technology, virtual behavioral health services, and a collaborative care team focused on supporting children across developmental stages and their families.

Verbling

Seed Round in 2012
Verbling is an e-learning platform that offers language lessons with professional teachers with the use of video chat. Verbling’s mission is to empower people all over the world to become fluent in a foreign language. Verbling Video connects its users directly to a teacher without needing external apps or tools. Today, Verbling teachers are available 24/7/365, covering all timezones globally. All Verbling teachers are vetted to meet rigorous standards. The average student rating of a teacher is 4.9/5. The company was founded in 2011 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Social Project LLC

Series A in 2006
Social Project LLC develops Flux, a social platform with fans participating across various Websites. It also offers third-party publisher network transition services. Social Project LLC was formerly known as Tagworld, Inc. and changed its name to Social Project LLC in September, 2007. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Santa Monica, California. Social Project LLC operated as former subsidiary of Viacom Media Networks. As of February 22, 2017, Social Project LLC operates as a subsidiary of Vivendi SA.

NinthDecimal

Series A in 2006
NinthDecimal is the marketing platform powered by location data. It harnesses this data to build a precise understanding of consumers’ physical world behavior. Fortune 500 companies and marquee brands activate this customer intelligence through audience targeting, measurement, insights, and data licensing solutions. By filling the gap in understanding how consumers spend the majority of their time, NinthDecimal provides marketers a new model of the customer journey for impactful engagement.   It was founded in 2003 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

DataStax, Inc.

Series E in 2014
DataStax is the company behind the massively scalable, highly available, cloud-native NoSQL data platform built on Apache Cassandra™. DataStax gives users and enterprises the freedom to run data in any cloud on a global scale with zero downtime and zero lock-ins. More than 450 of the world’s leading enterprises including Capital One, Cisco, Comcast, Delta Airlines, eBay, Macy’s, McDonald’s, Safeway, Sony, and Walmart use DataStax to build transformational data architectures for real-world outcomes.

D-Wave Systems

Series C in 2008
D-Wave Systems designs and manufactures quantum computing and superconducting electronics. It offers D-Wave One system, a computing system that is designed for industrial problems encountered by Fortune 500 companies, government, and academia. The company also provides customer support, site preparation, site installation, training packages, and on-site engineer support services. D-Wave Systems was founded in 1999 and is based in Burnaby, Canada. The company has additional offices and R&D facilities in Palo Alto, California.

TuSimple

Angel Round in 2015
TuSimple is a self-driving truck company based in San Diego and operating self-driving trucks out of Tucson, Arizona. TuSimple’s trucks are the first and only capable of self-driving from depot-to-depot and do so every day for its customers. Founded in 2015, TuSimple is developing a commercial-ready Level 4 (SAE) fully autonomous driving solution for the logistics industry. The company is driven by a mission to increase safety, decrease transportation costs, and reduce carbon emissions.

Wigix

Series A in 2008
Online marketplaces should be smart, safe, easy to use, fun, and friendly. Wigix.com is the only online marketplace with a "one-product, one page" model for regular people like you. An organized catalog leads to easy ways to find your item. Buying online with Wigix is not only quick, but it's fun too!

Mobile 365

Series D in 2004
Mobile 365 is the new company formed from the merger of the two leaders in the mobile messaging world: InphoMatch, the leader in interoperable data and messaging services for mobile operators, and Mobileway, the leader in messaging solutions for brands and content providers. It is the global leader in the delivery, billing, and settlement of mobile messaging services. Their extensive footprint enables us to reach more mobile users—with more types of mobile data—than anyone else on the globe. They reliably deliver messages, premium content, and value-added services for the leading mobile operators, content providers, brands, and media companies worldwide.

Neocis, Inc.

Series D in 2020
Neocis, Inc. manufactures and markets robotic guidance system for dental implant procedures and surgeries. The company offers Yomi, a precision instrument that helps in placement of dental implants with a planning software. The system bridges computer imagery from a CT scan with execution of the surgical plan. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in Miami, Florida.

Lumity

Series B in 2017
Lumity simplifies company health plan decisions with data-driven recommendations that drive cost savings and improve outcomes. With one dashboard, users can control and measure their plan’s design, match recommendations to group needs, and receive real-time insights into benefits. Founded in 2013 as a B2B company, Lumity is headquartered in San Mateo, California.

ZettaCore

Series B in 2004
ZettaCore is pioneering the field of molecular electronics. The company is focused on developing molecular materials to service the electronics industry. Their unique chemistry leverages the existing manufacturing infrastructure and enables the transition to higher performance at lower cost.

EnerNOC

Series A in 2004
EnerNoc's technology-enabled energy management solutions help meet the needs of utilities/grid operators that deliver energy and are responsible for maintaining the real-time balance between supply and demand.

Komli Media India Pvt Ltd.

Private Equity Round in 2013
Komli Media is Asia Pacific’s leading media technology company with solutions across display, mobile, social, and video for marketers, agencies and publishers. Komli is building next-generation platforms that leverage the power of programmatic buying to make advertising across display, mobile and social simpler and transparent.
Imergy Power Systems, Inc. is a cleantech company dedicated to developing and manufacturing electrical energy storage systems. The company’s Energy Storage Platform (ESP) provides a solution to reduce energy cost and optimize renewable power generation while improving overall power reliability. It also offers L-Cell, a novel battery technology developed as a potential energy storage method for long-term space flights. Founded in 2004, Imergy Power Systems is based in Fremont, California.

SHIFT

Series A in 2014
Shift is an online marketplace for buying and selling used cars. Shift is an online platform that enables its users to find, compare, and purchase or sell cars. Acting as a personal concierge service, the company details cars, lists them on multiple lists, handles test drives, and finds intent buyers. Charging a Shift Service Fee for registration, car prep services, and sales tax, Shift provides customers with a 150-point concierge report that includes specs, high-resolution photos, vehicle history, and results on their cars before purchase.

Xtime

Venture Round in 2012
Xtime is the leading provider of hosted Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Scheduling software for automotive service departments in North America. Xtime has over 3,000 dealerships, registered over 1 Million customers and processes over 1 Million appointments a month. Xtime is the exclusive or preferred provider for many of the leading global automotive manufacturers, including Lexus, Toyota Canada, Toyota US, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Infiniti, VW, Audi, Chrysler and Hyundai. Xtime is also the trusted choice for many of the industry's leading dealership groups, including AutoNation, Group 1 Automotive, Sonic Automotive, West Herr, Luther, Ferman and Checkered Flag. Xtime is based in Redwood Shores, California.

Redfin

Series C in 2007
Redfin is a provider of real estate search and brokerage services through a combination of real estate web platforms accessible to agents. It represents people buying and selling homes and features all of the broker-listed homes for sale, as well as for-sale-by-owner properties. Its real estate agents work with the company's team of engineers to create tools that make the buying and selling process easier. On their site, Redfin combines MLS listing information with historical data into a single map. Customers can search for homes by neighborhood, city, zip code, MLS number or school zone, and can refine results using detailed parameters like price and number of beds or baths. The company was founded in 2004 by David Eraker, Michael Dougherty, and Dave Selinger, and is based in Seattle, Washington.

IXI Mobile

Series C in 2002
IXI Mobile, Inc. engages in the development, production, and marketing of mobile messaging devices and related services. The company’s data-centric wireless mobile devices, Ogo, deliver various applications, including email, instant messaging, short messaging service, RSS, voice, Web browsing, games, headlines, and other Web information solutions. The company, through third parties, also provides hosted services, including gateways and backend servers, as well as related launch and support services. It serves mobile operators, mobile virtual network operators, and Internet service providers. The company, formerly Israel Technology Acquisition Company, is based in Belmont, California. As of January 8, 2009, IXI Mobile, Inc. operates as subsidiary of Runcom Technologies Ltd.

Zonare Medical Systems

Series D in 2003
ZONARE Medical Systems, Inc. develops, manufactures, and commercializes compact ultrasound systems that are used for diagnostic imaging in a range of clinical applications and settings. Its product platform, the z.one ultrasound system, is based on its unique data acquisition and image formation technology, Zone Sonography. Zone Sonography technology enables customers to maintain an ultrasound system, and add new clinical applications and advanced image processing capabilities. ZONARE Medical sells its systems through direct sales force in the United States, and through a combination of distributors and direct sales personnel in approximately 40 international markets. The company, formerly known as NovaSonics, Inc., was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

Pronto Networks Inc.

Series B in 2004
Pronto Networks Provides Carrier-Class Operations Support Systems (OSS) That Enables Network Operators To Deploy And Manage Large Public WLAN Networks. The Company’s Software Handles Provisioning, Configuration, Authentication, Access Control, Security, Pre-Paid And Post-Paid Billing, And Roaming Settlement For Large Public WLAN Networks.

Ooma, Inc.

Series C in 2008
Ooma (NYSE: OOMA) creates powerful connected experiences for businesses and consumers, delivered from its smart cloud-based SaaS platform. For businesses of all sizes, Ooma provides advanced voice and collaboration features that are flexible and scalable. For consumers, Ooma provides PureVoice HD voice quality, advanced functionality and integration with their mobile devices. Ooma’s groundbreaking home security solution delivers a full range of wireless security sensors and a smart video camera, putting consumers in charge of protecting their homes. Learn more at www.ooma.com.

Loftium

Seed Round in 2017
Loftium Inc offers mortgage financing to homeowners and subsequently rents out a room from those homes through Airbnb. The company was founded in 2016 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

Contextweb

Series B in 2005
Contextweb offers real-time solutions to deliver advertisements using categories and keywords. As of September 22, 2011, Contextweb was acquired by PulsePoint. Contextweb operates as an advertising company. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in New York, New York.

RevX

Venture Round in 2015
RevX is a technology company that offers performance advertising products to help marketers acquire, engage, retain, and convert their mobile users. RevX platform deliver highly personalized product ads based on deep insights into consumer’s app behavior. It leverages vast amount of data and predictive software algorithm to optimize the marketing spend. Mobile marketers use RevX software to grow business on mobile apps by engaging with the new app users, activating dormant users, and targeting active users with personalized messages. RevX is real-time, scalable platform that has global reach through programmatic mobile exchanges and leading social channels.
ChinaCache is a Chinese provider of content delivery networks and cloud-based services. The company also provides services for many clients in various industries including small and large business enterprises, luxury brands, e-commerce, banking, online gaming, and media. Today, ChinaCache maintains more than 400 service nodes in more than 120 major cities across China and has global points of presence on five continents. Its total network capacity is over 1000Gbps with interconnections to China Telecom, China Netcom, China Mobile, China Unicom, China Railcom, China CERNET, and various other access providers. ChinaCache was established in 1998.

Ambiq Micro, Inc.

Venture Round in 2018
Ambiq Micro is an early-stage fabless semiconductor company that is developing ultra-low-power mixed-signal solutions for a new generation of wireless electronics. Ambiq Micro was founded in 2010 on the simple yet powerful notion that extremely low power semiconductors are the key to the future of electronics. Through the use of their pioneering ultra-low-power technology, they help innovative companies around the world develop differentiated solutions that reduce or eliminate the need for batteries, lower overall system power, and maximize industrial design flexibility.

Alchemist Accelerator

Venture Round in 2015
The Alchemist Accelerator is a six month program that focuses on accelerating the development of seed-stage enterprise startups. The definition of an enterprise startup is based on where the revenue comes from. The accelerator invests in teams with distinctive technical founders and provides up to $40K in notes. Backers include Cisco Systems, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Khosla Ventures, SAP Ventures and US Venture Partners.

World Tech Makers

Angel Round in 2015
We are pioneering on-site, beginner-focused coding bootcamps in Latin America. Introducing Bootcamps.online, e-lessons for programmers with experienced programming teachers across the world.

Piqora

Series A in 2014
Piqora (previously Pinfluencer) is the enterprise marketing and analytics suite for visual, interest-based networks such as Pinterest, Instagram and Tumblr. Piqora’s visual analytics, CRM and CMS products help marketers score images, measure ROI from visual networks, interact with customers, influencers and brand advocates, publish content and build communities. Piqora’s image recognition, hashtag and url parsing based analytics technology offers deep website, profile, competitive and content research insights. Piqora integrates with other enterprise systems such as Google Analytics, Omniture, and Shopping Feeds to track the image conversion funnel as well as offer social e-commerce analytics. Top brands working with Piqora include Crate and Barrel, Etsy, Z Gallerie, Fossil, Orbitz, and Steve Madden. Piqora is a small team of 15 talented folks from Google, Yahoo, Yodlee, Wildfire, Marketo and Meltwater. We are funded by Baseline, Freestyle, WTI and Lazerow Ventures.

Ivus

Venture Round in 1999
Ivus provides real-time e-commerce solutions. It was founded by Suvi Sharma.

Lumenos

Series B in 2000
Lumenos(R) is a pioneer in the Consumer-Driven Health Care industry. The Company's vision is to foster health care that actually cares about health. Lumenos' award winning approach empowers consumers with health accounts (including Health Reimbursement Accounts and Health Savings Accounts), information, services and incentives to become better informed about their health and engage in health-promoting behaviors. The Company's goal is to improve consumers' health outcomes, and by doing so, to achieve long-term consumers' health outcomes, and by doing so, to achieve long-term cost efficiency for employers.

Monitor110

Series C in 2006
New york-based company providing data and information gathering services

Retailigence

Series A in 2011
Retailigence is a hyperlocal marketing platform that utilizes brick-and-mortar inventory data obtained directly from retailers to turn online consumers into offline buyers.

Mimeo

Series F in 2007
Mimeo is an on-demand printing service that allows customers to submit their digital documents, proof and print them. They can do all sorts of documents including complex bound documents, all within 24 hours. According to Mimeo, they have achieved more than 50% revenue growth with expanding margins in each of the last four years including 2006 and produce over 2 million pages a night (Sept. 2007). For your documents you can choose color or black & white printing, different bindings, covers, paper stocks and finishing options, including customized tabs, dividers and slip sheets.

Ping Identity

Series B in 2005
Ping Identity provides cloud-based identity management software for companies and government organizations. They help enterprises achieve Zero Trust identity-defined security & more personalized, streamlined user experiences. The Ping Intelligent Identity Platform provides customers, employees, partners, and, increasingly, IoT, with access to the cloud, mobile, SaaS, and on-premises applications and APIs, while also managing identity and profile data at scale. Ping Identity was founded in 2002 and headquartered in Denver, Colorado.
Founded in 1997, DrayTek Corporation is a Taiwan-based manufacturer of networking equipment and management systems. From ISDN, VDSL to LTE, DrayTek has always been striving to provide SMBs and professional with reliable, fast and secure connections. Their mission is to deliver high-quality and high-integrated networking services at an affordable price and be your reliable networking solution partner. DrayTek Corporation is a provider of communications equipment for residential users and small and medium-sized enterprises to improve Internet access security. The Company primarily provides routers, including broadband routers, fiber routers, x digital subscriber line (XDSL) routers and others, which are applied in Internet access for medium- and small-size enterprises. In addition, it is involved in the provision of network switches, Internet protocol (IP) telephony, wireless local area network (WLAN) adapters and others. The Company distributes its products mainly in Europe and Asia.

Human Longevity, Inc.

Series B in 2016
Human Longevity (HLI) is the genomic-based, health intelligence company empowering proactive healthcare and enabling a life better lived. HLI combines the largest database of genomic and phenotypic data with machine learning to drive discoveries and revolutionize the practice of medicine. Its business areas include the HLI Health Nucleus, a genomic powered clinical research center that uses whole-genome sequence analysis, advanced clinical imaging, and innovative machine learning, along with curated personal health information to deliver the most complete picture of individual health; HLIQ Whole Genome and HLIQ Oncology. It was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.

Kiwi, Inc.

Series B in 2014
Kiwi is a mobile entertainment company dedicated to building delightful games with a focus on Android. Founded in August 2011 and headquartered in Palo Alto, the 160+ person company is one of the few mobile developers with multiple Top 100 Grossing applications on Google Play. Kiwi has raised a total of $9 million in funding and is backed by Sequoia Capital, AdMob founder Omar Hamoui, Guitar Hero co-creator Charles Huang, and SV Angels.

Clipboard

Seed Round in 2011
Clipboard was founded by Gary William Flake in January 2011 with the simple goal of helping people save and share the parts of the Web that they care about. Since the Internet is more than two decades old, doesn't it seem strange that the typical way to save something online is to put it into an email or a document? We think so too, which is why we built an easy and powerful tool to help you. All of this may sound simple, but we think it's actually quite significant. We believe that someday soon everyone will be saving and organizing their online life in a way that is easy, fun and reflective of themselves. It is a world where everyone is highly engaged and active in saving their life experiences online. We are here for you and we are in this for the long haul. Our mission is to help you organize your online life. Please read more about us and our values at https://clipboard.com/about Stats on Clipboard: In close to 2 years before Clipboard was acquired in May 2013 140,000 people created 3 million clips.

Servio

Series B in 2013
Content marketing services delivering web-optimized content and data solutions for ecommerce, publishing and big data sectors

Giphy, Inc.

Series D in 2016
Giphy is an American online database and search engine that allows users to search, share, and discover the best GIFs. It operates a search engine that enables users to search, share, and discover animated graphics interchange formats (GIFs) on the Internet. Animated GIFs have existed for decades, but there was still no good way to browse and discover the best the web had to offer. And the vision for GIPHY isn’t really just about finding GIFs. It’s a search engine today but soon you’ll see it grow into a community, a platform with a host of features targeted at gif artists, enthusiasts, bloggers, and anyone generally looking to discover or create that next big meme. It was founded in 2013 and headquartered in New York, United States.

YourMechanic

Seed Round in 2013
YourMechanic is an online marketplace that enables vehicle owners to find local mechanics for home or office car repair services. Its aim is to make car repair and maintenance affordable and convenient.

CBCA

Series E in 2002
CBCA is an independently owned, full-service benefit plan administrator with a proven track record of measurable results. They value their customers and are committed to Excellence Every Day. They believe in making healthcare accessible and affordable. They leverage best-in-class technology to streamline processes, advance administrative efficiencies, deliver personalized service, and reduce costs.

SugarSync, Inc.

Venture Round in 2005
SugarSync is a powerful data sync, file sharing and online backup solution ideal for busy professionals and digitally-connected consumers. It enables users to access documents, photos and music across all of their devices, including desktops, laptops and mobile devices (including iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile). The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in San Mateo, California.

Lumenos

Venture Round in 2003
Lumenos(R) is a pioneer in the Consumer-Driven Health Care industry. The Company's vision is to foster health care that actually cares about health. Lumenos' award winning approach empowers consumers with health accounts (including Health Reimbursement Accounts and Health Savings Accounts), information, services and incentives to become better informed about their health and engage in health-promoting behaviors. The Company's goal is to improve consumers' health outcomes, and by doing so, to achieve long-term consumers' health outcomes, and by doing so, to achieve long-term cost efficiency for employers.

AutoLeap Incorporated

Seed Round in 2020
AutoLeap Incorporated develops a software platform that enables automotive repair shops to organize operations, schedule jobs, conduct digital inspections, manage technicians, and invoice customers. Its platform streamlines the workflow, collects payments, and displays performance data. AutoLeap Incorporated was incorporated in 2019 and is based in Toronto, Canada.

Raydiance

Private Equity Round in 2006
Raydiance is the world’s leading developer of ultrafast laser technology. Raydiance has built a deeply experienced team that draws expertise from the software, microelectronics, telecommunications and photonics industries. Creator of the first compact, reliable, “industrial grade” femtosecond laser platform, Raydiance is powering an explosion of innovation in manufacturing, healthcare, defense and more. Raydiance began when senior Defense Department officials introduced technology pioneer Barry Schuler to a DARPA project designed to miniaturize ultrafast lasers for military applications. Schuler immediately grasped the compelling capabilities of ultrafast lasers – if they could be liberated from highly controlled lab environments and transformed into small, inexpensive photonic engines that could power many applications. Schuler brought together a world-class team to build the world’s first miniaturized, computer controlled, software driven “plug and play” ultrafast laser platform. Raydiance’s Smart LightTM technology is transforming a wide array of sectors, including medical micro-devices, clean tech energy, consumer electronics and defense applications. The company has built the world’s first high-volume manufacturing facility capable of scaling production to thousands of units per year. Further, it has invented key technologies—such as its proprietary fiber delivery system—that support volume commercialization. By aggregating many markets onto its platform, Raydiance is using volume-manufacturing techniques to drive costs down and open market opportunities. The company is rapidly transforming ultrafast technology from a unique research tool into a practical and broadly accessible platform technology.

Anaplan

Series D in 2014
Anaplan is driving a new age of connected planning. Large and fast-growing organizations use Anaplan’s cloud platform in every business function to make better-informed plans and decisions and drive faster, more effective planning processes. Anaplan also provides support, training, and planning transformation advisory services. Anaplan is a privately held company based in San Francisco with 16 offices and over 150 expert partners worldwide. To learn more, visit anaplan.com.

Chartbeat Inc.

Venture Round in 2018
Chartbeat is a content intelligence platform for publishers that empowers companies to build loyal audiences with real-time and historical editorial analytics across desktop, social, and mobile platforms. The company helps digital publishing organizations understand what, within their content, is keeping people engaged. It shows visitors, load times, and referring sites on a minute-by-minute basis. The service also provides alerts the second your Website crashes or slows to a crawl. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in New York.

IntelliVid

Series A in 2003
IntelliVid offers a range of intelligent software that boosts the effectiveness of video surveillance systems. The company is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Skype

Series B in 2004
Skype Communications SARL provides an application to meet and collaborate online with people via computer, mobile, or tablet devices worldwide. Its application enables users to make audio and video calls, instant messages, and mobile and landline calls with friends and families; and have professional online meetings. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Luxembourg. Skype Communications SARL operates as a subsidiary of Microsoft Corporation.

ProQuo

Series A in 2006
ProQuo entered The Deadpool on October 7, 2007

TrustedID

Series A in 2005
TrustedID, Inc. provides proactive identity protection solutions for corporations, organizations, and government agencies. It offers IDEssentials, a protection system that enables users to detect and stop identity theft before it happens. The company also provides data breach response services that offer identity protection for the victims of various data breach. It offers its products through financial institutions and consumer brands, as well as directly through www.trustedid.com. TrustedID acquired Unsubscribe.com and Reppler.com in 2011. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Palo Alto, California.

World of Good

Series B in 2006
World of Good, Inc. engages in the wholesale and online sale of fair trade products to stores in the United States. It offers handmade housewares, accessories, and gifts. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Emeryville, California.

Box

Series E in 2013
Box is an online file sharing and cloud content management service offering unlimited storage, custom branding, and administrative controls. After starting as a college business project in 2005, Box was officially launched in March of 2006 with the vision of connecting people, devices, and networks. Box provides more than 8 million users with secure cloud content management and collaboration. They say their platform "allows personal and commercial content to be accessible, sharable, and storable in any format from anywhere." It also helps businesses of all sizes in every industry securely access and manages their critical information in the cloud. It was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in Redwood City, California.

Planitax

Series B in 2005
Planitax, Inc. provides corporate tax software and services to enable corporate tax departments to manage the data. The company offers Data Collector, which automates the error prone and time consuming task of tax package data collection; Tax Positions that manages FIN 48 related tax positions; Provision Manager, which enable companies to manage and control tax information and documentation to calculate the tax provision; Workflow Manager to automates repeatable tax processes; and R&D Tax Credit Manager that is designed for companies to file federal and state R&D tax credits, as well as to automate survey distribution, monitors survey responses, and calculates federal and state credits. It also provides Audit Manager, which tracks audit information and provides rapid access to supporting documentation; Tax Operations and File Manager, a document storage and tracking solution for corporate tax, project management, and tax calendaring; and Global Entity Manager that tracks entity attributes, including governance information, mergers and acquisition activity, tax jurisdictions, registered agents, transfer pricing agreements, and inter-company transactions. Planitax, Inc. was founded in 1999 and is based in Alameda, California.

Touchscape

Venture Round in 2000
TouchScape Corp., a company that links businesses with consumers to ensure that consumers have current, complete product information.

Flywheel

Venture Round in 2012
Flywheel is an industry disruptor for offering a truly unique solution to an industry in need of a technology upgrade. Flywheel harnesses the power of data-driven insights and analytics to help owners, operators and workers resist going off course during day-to-day operations. Flywheel is an industry disruptor, offering a truly unique solution to an industry in need of a technology upgrade. Flywheel is a dedicated and passionate team of individuals that have come together with a vision to create a sustainable, economical and efficient environment for every facility they serve.

ViVu

Series A in 2009
ViVu delivers smarter videoconferencing solutions for global communications. The company’s browser-based video platform is easy-to-use, affordable and requires zero download – within minutes, people can videochat and share their desktops with small teams or up to thousands of people at once. Fortune 500 companies trust ViVu to power a better online meeting experience than legacy players. ViVu is compatible with PCs, Macs, Linux, mobile devices and the iPad. Go to www.vivu.tv to learn more about smarter videoconferencing.

Konarka Technologies

Venture Round in 2010
Konarka Technologies, Inc. develops and advances nano-enabled polymer photovoltaic materials for commercial, industrial, government, and consumer applications. It provides standard products to serve portable power needs; and custom solutions, such as roll up chargers, personal accessories, and fold up chargers. The company's products are used in outdoor, portable power, indoor and remote sensing, and mission critical applications. It has strategic partnerships with Air Products, 24 Innovations, Kurz, SkyShades, Chevron, Merck, Toppan Forms, Dupont, Siemens, and the U.S. Air Force. Konarka Technologies, Inc. was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Lowell, Massachusetts with business development offices in Asia. It has a research and development facility in Austria. The company has operations in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Jing-Jin Electric (JJE) develops and manufactures high-performance electric motor's system and electric drive components for hybrid electric vehicles (HEV), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV), battery electric vehicles (EV) and other electrically driven automobiles and control. Headquartered in Beijing, China's technology capital, JJE combines China's technology talent, manufacturing advantage with global best practices to provide "World's Best Electric Motors" for the "Electrification of Automobiles", the critical path for the sustainable future of the global automotive industry.

Posit Science Corporation

Series B in 2006
Posit Science Corporation provides brain training software. It offers exercises through its Website to improve brain speed, attention, and memory. The company was formerly known as Neuroscience Solutions Corporation and changed its name to Posit Science Corporation in January 2005. Posit Science Corporation was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

4INFO

Series D in 2007
4INFO, Inc. operates as an identity and activation solutions company. The company offers Bullseye ID, which creates a match key that maps all the connected devices in a household to consumer data, including the marketer’s own CRM data and a treasure trove of second and third-party data for insights, targeting, and attribution. Its platform delivers measured mobile campaigns to CPG companies, retailers, and auto manufacturers. The company serves brands, agencies, media, and data companies; and advanced TV, CPG, automotive, retail, QSR, pharma, and financial industries. 4INFO, Inc. was formerly known as UDoIt. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in San Jose, California. It has a location in New York, New York. As of January 2, 2020, 4INFO, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Cadent, LLC.

Tioga Energy

Series A in 2007
Tioga Energy accelerates access to clean energy by owning and operating renewable energy facilities for commercial, government and non-profit organizations. With a Tioga Energy solar PPA (power purchase agreement) customers eliminate up-front capital investments and ongoing operational concerns. The company partners with trusted industry experts to install and operate efficient and reliable systems. Through deep, trusted relationships with solar industry partners, Tioga Energy provides simple, reliable, low-cost and long-term access to clean energy options without the risk of up-front capital investments or the ongoing commitments of owning and operating an independent solar facility.

NanoOpto

Series D in 2006
NanoOpto is applying proprietary nano-optics and nano-manufacturing technology to design and make components for optical systems and networks. Based on years of research, the company's technology allows orders of magnitude more rapid prototyping, higher performance, and lower overall system cost. Both on its own and with corporate partners, NanoOpto will use subwavelength techniques to produce better conventional optical components and also to create new classes of integrated components. The company's development of proprietary nano-pattern transfer techniques forms the basis for high volume manufacture at its facility in Somerset, New Jersey.

Seventymm

Series B in 2006
India's first and largest organised movie rental service. Present in 3 cities with a total member base of over 1.5 lakhs. the company was founded by serial enterpreneur Raghav Kher and funded by leading Venture Capital firms like DFJ, Matrix Partners and NEA-Indo US Vnetures.

Doximity

Series C in 2014
Founded in 2011, Doximity connects physicians and clinicians to make them more successful and productive. It is the largest professional medical network with over 70 percent of all U.S. physicians as members. The network enables medical professionals to communicate with colleagues and patients, and to share their perspectives on the latest health care trends and research. Doximity is based in San Francisco and was created by the founders of Epocrates and Rock Health. To learn more, visit www.doximity.com

Meebo

Series C in 2008
Offers a social media platform to develop products for enhancing user engagement across the web

NearbyNow

Series A in 2006
[NearbyNow](http://www.nearbynow.com) creates mobile shopping applications that help consumers find products in their size near them at any time. Clients include magazines Cosmopolitan, Seventeen, GQ, and Brides, as well as brands and retailers such as Nike, Levi's, Estee Lauder, and Bon-Ton Stores. NearbyNow claims the highest click-through (28%) and conversion-to-purchase (5.8%) rates in the mobile shopping space. Brands and retailers can purchase multi-media ads directly from their ad network, reaching 2+ million mobile shoppers.

Jibe

Series C in 2014
At Jibe, we create global recruiting software solutions to help the world’s leading companies identify, engage, and hire the best talent. Jibe's core technology is the Jibe Recruiting Cloud, a SaaS-based platform that enables leading companies to hire the best talent, regardless of their existing systems. Through this platform, Jibe provides a suite of products including personalized career sites and recruiting tools for sourcing, nurturing and marketing to candidates. Jibe currently serves the world's leading Fortune 500 companies, including Johnson & Johnson, FedEx, Marriott, and American Express. Elevated by strategic partnerships with Google and LinkedIn and backed by their expertise in recruiting technology, Jibe continues to be an innovative leader in the changing world of talent acquisition.

Boxbe

Series A in 2007
Boxbe is a free service that claims to help people manage their Inbox and deal effectively with volumes of email. The service is an add-on for existing email addresses and accounts. It currently supports Gmail (along with whole domains through Google Apps), Yahoo! Mail, and AOL. Once Boxbe is configured, email messages are automatically prioritized and screened as they arrive. Priority is based primarily upon the sender's identity. A member's priority list is automatically updated, and can also be viewed and edited directly. The company performs several checks to verify the authenticity of email senders. Some messages are modified to provide navigation links when delivered. A controversial aspect of the service is its 'Courtesy Notice', a short email notice sent in behalf of a member to the sender of a message when they are unknown. The notice provides the sender with a link that lets them have their message "promoted". The service also encourages its members to invite their friends, claiming that doing so will improve the handling and priority given to email through its "Friend of Friend" feature. Perhaps due to poorly worded screens or navigation, some members have been angered when they inadvertently invite their entire address books. Consequently, Boxbe has been accused of creating spam to promote their service.

D-Wave Systems

Series B in 2006
D-Wave Systems designs and manufactures quantum computing and superconducting electronics. It offers D-Wave One system, a computing system that is designed for industrial problems encountered by Fortune 500 companies, government, and academia. The company also provides customer support, site preparation, site installation, training packages, and on-site engineer support services. D-Wave Systems was founded in 1999 and is based in Burnaby, Canada. The company has additional offices and R&D facilities in Palo Alto, California.

DataRobot

Series E in 2019
DataRobot delivers AI technology and ROI enablement services to global enterprises competing in today’s intelligence revolution. DataRobot’s enterprise AI platform democratizes data science with end-to-end automation for building, deploying, and managing machine learning models. The company was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

Generic Media

Venture Round in 2005
Generic Media develops a streaming media production and delivery technology. Generic Media is building innovative technology and services to transform the Internet digital media publishing industry. The company's investors include SOFTBANK Venture Capital, Sony and NTT Leasing. Generic Media was founded in early 2000 with headquarters in Palo Alto, California.

Balena

Funding Round in 2018
Balena is a complete set of tools for building, deploying, and managing fleets of connected IoT devices. It provides infrastructure and tools for fleet owners so they can focus on developing their applications and growing their fleets with as little friction as possible. Balena enables devices and their running services to be managed, monitored, and updated through the web dashboard or through its API, via the CLI and SDK. Balena was established in 2013.

Redux

Series B in 2010
Redux makes discovering exceptional online video as enjoyable and effortless as watching cable television - Redux delivers a lean-back TV experience programmed by curators and friends that share your taste.

Clinc

Series B in 2019
Clinc, Inc. develops software applications based on artificial intelligence. The company serves banking, car, gaming, and healthcare industries. Clinc, Inc. was formerly known as Clarity Lab Inc. The company was incorporated in 2015 and is headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Quios.com

Series A in 2001
Quios provides a range of mobile messaging and entertainment services. Its services include cross-carrier messaging, bulk short messaging, short code, and mobile marketing, which are used for entertainment, customer relationship management, and interactive marketing applications. The company serves the operator, broadcast media, content provider, logistics, sales promotion, corporate, banking, retailing, brokering, tourism, transportation, gaming, and teaching industries. Quios was founded in 2001 and is based in Sunnyvale, California.

Imago Scientific Instruments

Venture Round in 2006
Imago is a world class provider of metrology and analysis equipment serving the microelectronic and general research markets. We are committed to the development of the nanotechnology solutions required as the semiconductor, data storage and advanced materials industries increasingly enter the realm of nanotechnology.Imago provides time-to-market advantages to our customers through leading edge technology in the field of three-dimensional, nanoscale, metrology and analysis equipment. Our focus on and funding of advanced technology, together with our network of industrial collaborations, ensures that we continue to accelerate the development of these empowering metrology techniques. Imago's headquarters moved to a new, larger office and manufacturing facility in July 2006. The world-class applications lab includes two dual beam focused ion beams, two scanning electron microscopes, electro polishing equipment, a clean room area for specimen preparation, and a suite of Imago LEAP microscopes.

EdgeQ Inc

Series A in 2020
EdgeQ Inc develops and manufactures open and programmable 5G system-on-a-chip. The company serves manufacturing, construction, energy, automotive, warehousing, surveillance, and telecommunication industry. EdgeQ Inc was founded in 2018 and is based in Santa Clara, California with additional San Diego, California and Bangalore, India.

DigitalOwl

Series B in 2000
DigitalOwl is a company that develops software and services to protect and market digital content from information publishers through an online network of web sites, portals, and vertical markets. The company offers KineticEdge, a digital rights management software and services. It also provides TitleFusion, a Windows application for embedding metadata information into a content file during encryption. The company enables content publishers to sell digital content on demand by allowing publishers of research reports, electronic books, magazines, newspapers, and newsletters to sell their information and create additional marketing and selling opportunities. DigitalOwl was founded by Kirstie Chadwick in 1999 and is headquartered in Winter Park, Florida.

Mythic

Series A in 2016
Mythic Inc. designs and develops silicon chips and intelligence processing unit (IPU) based on artificial intelligence (AI). Its AI platform puts desktop GPU compute capabilities and neural networks onto a button-sized chip. The company was formerly known as Isocline Engineering Corporation. Mythic Inc. was founded in 2012 and is based in Redwood City, California with an additional office in Austin, Texas.

EveryScape, Inc.

Series C in 2010
EveryScape allows companies to create photo-realistic, 3D interpretations of real-world locations. The locations are then crossed with Google Maps, and users can navigate throughout the city and jump to famous or historical locations. Current locations include major US cities like New York, Boston, and Miami along with far-flung locations like Beijing.

Cylance

Series D in 2016
Cylance is the first company to apply artificial intelligence, algorithmic science, and machine learning to cybersecurity and improve the way companies, governments, and end-users proactively solve the world’s most difficult security problems. Using a breakthrough mathematical process, Cylance quickly and accurately identifies what is safe and what is a threat, not just what is in a blacklist or whitelist. By coupling sophisticated math and machine learning with a unique understanding of a hacker’s mentality, Cylance provides the technology and services to be truly predictive and preventive against advanced threats.
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Intematix

Venture Round in 2009
Intematix Corporation engages in developing, manufacturing, marketing, and selling nano, bulk, and thin film materials to light and imaging markets. The company offers phosphors materials for LED, CCFL, CFL, and security/detection applications; lighting solutions; and energy storage/clean energy materials technologies, including fuel cell and battery materials. It also provides chips and silicones in the greater China market. Intematix Corporation was founded in 2000 and is based in Fremont, California with a technology center in Yang Mei, Taiwan.

Ripple TV

Series D in 2009
Ripple TV operates a national network of digital advertising screens targeting the areas of extended leisure time for people on-the-go. Ripple TV’s national network consists of thousands of screens located in places such as coffee shops, bookstores, and other high-traffic specialty retail locations for people who like to hang out and happen to have some attention to spare. Ripple TV was launched in 2006 and is headquartered in El Segundo, California.

Ping Identity

Series G in 2014
Ping Identity provides cloud-based identity management software for companies and government organizations. They help enterprises achieve Zero Trust identity-defined security & more personalized, streamlined user experiences. The Ping Intelligent Identity Platform provides customers, employees, partners, and, increasingly, IoT, with access to the cloud, mobile, SaaS, and on-premises applications and APIs, while also managing identity and profile data at scale. Ping Identity was founded in 2002 and headquartered in Denver, Colorado.

Chef, Inc.

Series A in 2009
Chef, Inc. provides cloud-based infrastructure automation solutions. It offers configuration management, a solution to manage complex infrastructure; cloud management that enables users to manage and scale cloud infrastructure with no downtime or interruptions, as well as build, destroy, and rebuild servers on public or private cloud; and DevOps, a solution for collaboration between development and operations. The company also provides Enterprise Chef that automates user infrastructure that accelerates time to market, helps users to manage scale and complexity, and safeguards their systems; and professional services that include planning, training and skill development, and project-based services. Chef, Inc. was formerly known as Chef, Inc. and changed its name to Opscode, Inc. in December 2013. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in Seattle, Washington. As of October 5, 2020, Chef, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Progress Software Corporation.

CafeMom

Series B in 2008
CafeMom is the largest and most vibrant meeting place for moms online. Best of tweets, conversation and recommendations!

Sygate Technologies

Series D in 2002
Sygate is the market leader of endpoint security solutions for the large enterprise. Using the award-winning Sygate Secure Enterprise, organizations protect their networks, enforce business policies, and automate security best practices to regain control of network security, ensure compliance across the enterprise and reduce cost. Partnerships with industry leaders, including Aventail, Cisco, iPass, Nortel, Netscreen and RSA, enable seamless protection across multiple platforms and applications. Sygate Technologies also makes award winning consumer and small business security and Internet access solutions that offer the user a range of features from basic to advanced.

SafeView

Series A in 2003
Safe-View, Inc was created to bring an existing patented Holographic Imaging technology developed by PNNL (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) to market as a commercial application. The product uses an active millimeter wave technology that is safe and offers clear resolution of hidden items. Unlike some other methods of detection the Guardian 100 allows the operator to clearly see metal, plastic, ceramic and other materials that may be hidden under clothing without using ionizing radiation. It offers a clear alternative to metal detectors, pat down searches, and other threat detection methods currently being used to ensure safety in public areas.

Zymergen

Series B in 2016
Zymergen is a biotechnology company that specializes in the fields of machine learning, big data, and artificial intelligence. The company partner with nature to create materials and products across industries from agriculture to electronics, consumer care to pharmaceuticals, and more. It was founded in 2013 and headquartered in Emeryville, California.

Xealth

Series A in 2019
Xealth Inc. develops and operates a digital health prescribing platform that enables clinicians to integrate, prescribe, and monitor digital health tools for patients from their EHR workflows. Its platform enables care teams and physicians to monitor patient engagement and analyze the effects of more engaged patients. The company’s platform is also used for patient education, online third-party apps and programs, and device monitoring; and non-clinical services, such as ride shares, food delivery, and e-commerce product recommendations. Xealth Inc. was founded in 2016 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

MobileLogic

Series A in 2000
MobileLogic is a provider of complete mobile business solutions. MobileLogic's mission is to be the nation's leading provider of wireless solutions that help corporations improve out-of-office productivity, reduce costs, increase revenues and leverage their current information technology. In addition to technology, they deliver convenience and customer satisfaction - the industry's only solution provider that assesses the customer's need for wireless remote access, that provides the right software and hardware, that integrates the wireless technology with the customer's wireline network, and that ensures the wireless solution works to the complete satisfaction of the customer and its mobile workers. Their services and products deliver wireless access to LAN-based enterprise data from wherever and whenever mobile workers need to conduct business. MobileLogic wireless solutions include optimizing software, gateway access, modem hardware, security, data airtime and comprehensive customer support. Each customer solution is three-phased, with strategic consulting, product selection and product integration. MobileLogic's strategic consulting determines the extent to which wireless technologies can help a company achieve its goals. They then help the company select the appropriate products for a customized wireless solution that enables performance improvement. Lastly, they integrate the wireless solution with the company's wireline network. They are the only wireless provider that offers consulting and product integration in addition to products. This is key. With the wireless landscape changing weekly, MobileLogic's industry-experienced consultants help companies navigate the many products from which to choose. And while competitors offer only data security, enhanced performance or ease of use, MobileLogic combines all three in its wireless solutions. Most importantly, their client service is guided by ongoing communication, accountability and total customer satisfaction. MobileLogic brings both deep industry experience and a single-source provider of both product and product integration to the wireless data industry. Founded in 1993 as Wireless Telecom Inc., the company was for years the largest wireless data systems integrator in the United States. During this period, it forged partnerships with leading technology companies and assembled a dynamic management team. Today, MobileLogic boasts single-source, best-of-breed wireless solutions, a recent infusion of significant capital, and a nimble operating structure that enables a speed-to-market unrivaled in the wireless industry segment.

Xfire

Series D in 2005
Provides social gaming and networking services, shares in-game screen shots and videos, and live-streams gameplay

Siimpel Corporation

Series D in 2007
Applies high precision MEMS platform technology to enable the reduction in size of high-performance digital cameras

ProQuo

Series B in 2008
ProQuo entered The Deadpool on October 7, 2007

Yellowbrick Data

Series C in 2019
Yellowbrick Data was founded in 2014 by experts in database and flash memory technologies to simplify data warehousing. They wanted to solve the challenges of high availability, running complex mixed workloads, support for ad-hoc SQL, computing correct answers on any schema, massive scalability and supporting large numbers of concurrent users. Yellowbrick Data empowers companies to make faster decisions with all of their data. Built for enterprises and the hybrid cloud, the Yellowbrick Data Warehouse deploys powerful analytics anywhere, with best-in-class economics.

Mimeo

Series E in 2004
Mimeo is an on-demand printing service that allows customers to submit their digital documents, proof and print them. They can do all sorts of documents including complex bound documents, all within 24 hours. According to Mimeo, they have achieved more than 50% revenue growth with expanding margins in each of the last four years including 2006 and produce over 2 million pages a night (Sept. 2007). For your documents you can choose color or black & white printing, different bindings, covers, paper stocks and finishing options, including customized tabs, dividers and slip sheets.

Prosper

Series A in 2013
Prosper is an online lending platform that connects people who want to borrow money with individuals and institutions. Its platform provides lists of loan requests with low, fixed-rate loans and no hidden fees or prepayment penalties, enabling clients to easily gain access to affordable personal loans and investors to earn solid returns via a data-driven underwriting model. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Zettaset, Inc.

Series B in 2012
Zettaset is a software-defined encryption provider whose products protect against data theft and can be transparently deployed across all physical and virtual environments. Its products are designed for medium to large enterprises that deal with sensitive information that would expose them, financially and reputationally, in the event of a breach. Unlike traditional solutions that are appliance-based, Zettaset is a cost-effective, software-only solution that is easy to deploy, does not impact performance, and scales with your business from on premise to the cloud.

Chartbeat Inc.

Venture Round in 2014
Chartbeat is a content intelligence platform for publishers that empowers companies to build loyal audiences with real-time and historical editorial analytics across desktop, social, and mobile platforms. The company helps digital publishing organizations understand what, within their content, is keeping people engaged. It shows visitors, load times, and referring sites on a minute-by-minute basis. The service also provides alerts the second your Website crashes or slows to a crawl. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in New York.

BrightVolt

Series B in 2003
BrightVolt, Inc. is engaged in the design, development, and scale manufacturing of ultra thin film batteries to power various Internet connected devices, such as medical patches, sensor labels, and power cards. It also develops custom solid state thin film batteries and power solutions for client’s IoT devices; Flexion solid state thin film lithium polymer batteries; and thin micro electronics. The company’s products are sold in the United States and internationally. BrightVolt, Inc. was formerly known as Solicore, Inc. The company was incorporated in 1998 and is based in Redmond, Washington.

PPTV

Series C in 2009
PPTV is a Chinese online video network technology platform that offers TV shows, news, and other content for entertainment.

Hive Meetup

Series A in 2014
Meetup brings people together in thousands of cities to do more of what they want to do in life. It is organized around one simple idea: when they get together and do the things that matter to us, they’re at their best. And that’s what Meetup does. It brings people together to do, explore, teach, and learn the things that help them come alive. Meetup was established in 2002 and is based in New York City.

Intrusic

Series A in 2004
As of January 15, 2007, Intrusic, Inc. went out of business. Intrusic, Inc. provides internal threat intelligence solutions. Its solutions protect information assets from the malicious or careless activities of trusted insiders. The company's Intrusic 4.0 solution helps organizations identify malicious, unauthorized, and inadvertent activities that breach business or security policies, and threaten compliance. Intrusic's solutions include supply chain extranets, data leakage, compromise detection, and policy compliance. Its services include internal security snapshot, internal security risk assessment, and internal threat awareness courses. The company was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts.

Tacit Knowledge

Venture Round in 2000
Tacit Knowledge is the digital commerce consultancy that delivers Silicon Valley innovation to retail organizations around the world. Founded in 1997 by a group of software engineers, Tacit implements packaged applications and builds custom software for globally recognized multichannel organizations, including some of Internet Retailer's Top 25. The company is headquartered in San Francisco with offices in New York, London, Guadalajara, and Chisinau.

GreenFuel

Series B in 2005
GreenFuel Technologies Corporation (GFT) was a startup that developed a process of growing algae using emissions from fossil fuel combustion and solar panels, mainly to produce biofuel from algae.

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

GoodGuide

Series A in 2009
GoodGuide.com provides free and easy access to the world's largest and most reliable source of information on the health, environmental and social impacts of products and companies. GoodGuide offers ratings on over 60,000 products commonly found in your home—from baby shampoo to household cleaners—making it quick and easy to find safe and healthy products that are right for you and good for the planet. GoodGuide helps you see what's behind the label, find better products, get expert advice, and view recommendations based on what's most important to you. GoodGuide delivers the information you need anytime, anywhere—online or on your phone. In the coming months, GoodGuide will be adding new product information for toys, electronics, automobiles, and beyond, making it the best resource for buying safe, healthy and green products that protect you and your family. On March 16, GoodGuide launched a comprehensive food guide.

Planitax

Series C in 2006
Planitax, Inc. provides corporate tax software and services to enable corporate tax departments to manage the data. The company offers Data Collector, which automates the error prone and time consuming task of tax package data collection; Tax Positions that manages FIN 48 related tax positions; Provision Manager, which enable companies to manage and control tax information and documentation to calculate the tax provision; Workflow Manager to automates repeatable tax processes; and R&D Tax Credit Manager that is designed for companies to file federal and state R&D tax credits, as well as to automate survey distribution, monitors survey responses, and calculates federal and state credits. It also provides Audit Manager, which tracks audit information and provides rapid access to supporting documentation; Tax Operations and File Manager, a document storage and tracking solution for corporate tax, project management, and tax calendaring; and Global Entity Manager that tracks entity attributes, including governance information, mergers and acquisition activity, tax jurisdictions, registered agents, transfer pricing agreements, and inter-company transactions. Planitax, Inc. was founded in 1999 and is based in Alameda, California.

Zonare Medical Systems

Series E in 2004
ZONARE Medical Systems, Inc. develops, manufactures, and commercializes compact ultrasound systems that are used for diagnostic imaging in a range of clinical applications and settings. Its product platform, the z.one ultrasound system, is based on its unique data acquisition and image formation technology, Zone Sonography. Zone Sonography technology enables customers to maintain an ultrasound system, and add new clinical applications and advanced image processing capabilities. ZONARE Medical sells its systems through direct sales force in the United States, and through a combination of distributors and direct sales personnel in approximately 40 international markets. The company, formerly known as NovaSonics, Inc., was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California.

Twilio Inc.

Series E in 2015
Twilio, the developer platform for communications, is reinventing telecom by merging the worlds of cloud computing, web services and telecommunications. With Twilio, developers and businesses make communications more contextual by embedding voice, video, messaging, and authentication directly into applications. Businesses such as Uber, Box, DocuSign, Nordstrom, Coca-Cola, Walmart, and Home Depot trust Twilio to power their communications.

Tumblr Inc.

Series E in 2011
Tumblr is a microblogging platform and social networking website allowing users to post multimedia and other content to a short-form blog. Its users also have the ability to follow other users' blogs, as well as make their blogs private. Much of the Tumblr’s features are accessed from the dashboard interface, where the option to post content and posts of followed blogs appear. This media network is powered by an army of independent creators and is the home to an audience of more than 400 million unique visitors. Founded by David Karp in 2007, Tumblr is headquartered in New York. The company was acquired by Yahoo in 2013.

D-Wave Systems

Venture Round in 2012
D-Wave Systems designs and manufactures quantum computing and superconducting electronics. It offers D-Wave One system, a computing system that is designed for industrial problems encountered by Fortune 500 companies, government, and academia. The company also provides customer support, site preparation, site installation, training packages, and on-site engineer support services. D-Wave Systems was founded in 1999 and is based in Burnaby, Canada. The company has additional offices and R&D facilities in Palo Alto, California.

NeuroVigil

Series B in 2015
NeuroVigil, Inc., a neurodiagnostics company, provides a technology for the automated reading of brain wave data. It offers iBrain, a wireless portable neural monitoring and analytics platform that is used by the pharmaceutical industry, government, and academia to monitor non-invasively and remotely neuropathologies, such as Alzheimer's, autism, depression, epilepsy, Gulf War syndrome, OCD, Parkinson's, PTSD, TBI, and Rett Syndrome. The company’s iBrain is also used to monitor the response of drugs affecting the brain, as well as to restore loss of function, such as communications, including in ALS patients. Its product is used in clinical trials, pathologies, and sleep studies. NeuroVigil, Inc. was founded in 2007 and is based in La Jolla, California.

Anagran

Series A in 2004
Anagran's flow-based traffic management products eliminate the potentially crippling effects of network congestion to enable video, voice, data and wireless traffic to economically scale with flawless quality over converged IP networks. Anagran's products protect all key network traffic by managing end-to-end flows based on their behavior to ensure required quality and performance levels. Its products dynamically manages all network traffic regardless of application, protocol, or format, without using invasive, performance-limiting deep packet inspection(DPI) techniques. Service providers and enterprises can consistently deliver the highest levels of guaranteed performance and quality while significantly reducing capital equipment and recurring network costs. Anagran was founded by Internet pioneer Dr. Larry Roberts, recognized as one of the founding fathers of the Internet.
Komli Media is Asia Pacific’s leading media technology company with solutions across display, mobile, social, and video for marketers, agencies and publishers. Komli is building next-generation platforms that leverage the power of programmatic buying to make advertising across display, mobile and social simpler and transparent.

Redfin

Series F in 2013
Redfin is a provider of real estate search and brokerage services through a combination of real estate web platforms accessible to agents. It represents people buying and selling homes and features all of the broker-listed homes for sale, as well as for-sale-by-owner properties. Its real estate agents work with the company's team of engineers to create tools that make the buying and selling process easier. On their site, Redfin combines MLS listing information with historical data into a single map. Customers can search for homes by neighborhood, city, zip code, MLS number or school zone, and can refine results using detailed parameters like price and number of beds or baths. The company was founded in 2004 by David Eraker, Michael Dougherty, and Dave Selinger, and is based in Seattle, Washington.

SolarCity

Series E in 2010
SolarCity is the nation's 1 leading provider of solar energy systems that deliver reliable clean energy to homes and businesses. SolarCity went public on the NASDAQ exchange in 2012 with a market cap of around $600 million.

Attero

Series C in 2014
Attero Recycling Private Limited provides electronics asset management services. The company offers various electronics asset management services, including customized end to end solutions for e-waste management, electronics asset recovery, recycling, data security and destruction, and electronics reverse logistics, as well as provides electronics repair, refurbishment, and retailing services. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Noida, India.

SugarCRM Inc

Venture Round in 2012
SugarCRM Inc. provides customer relationship management (CRM) solutions for small business and enterprises in the United States and internationally. The company offers sales, service, marketing, and information technology CRM solutions. It serves manufacturing, business services, financial services, commercial banking, capital market, wealth management, credit union, insurance, and other sectors. The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Cupertino, California with additional offices in New York, Raleigh, London, Munich, Mexico City, and Sydney. It also has operations in Austria, Czech Republic, France, Denmark, Finland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.

RichRelevance

Series F in 2013
RichRelevance is the global leader in omnichannel personalization and is used by more than 240 multinational companies to deliver the most relevant and innovative customer experiences across web, mobile and in store. RichRelevance drives more than one billion decisions every day, and has generated over $20 billion in sales for its clients, which include Office Depot, Costco, Darty, and Marks & Spencer. Headquartered in San Francisco, RichRelevance serves clients in 42 countries from 9 offices around the globe. For more information, please visit www.richrelevance.com.

Doppelganger

Series D in 2007
Doppelganger (formerly Evil Twin Studios) created and operates vSide, a 3D virtual world providing entertainment and social networking for the teen demographic. vSide users configure their own avatars, make friends, chat, dance, listen to music, shop for clothing, attend events and parties, create and decorate their own private spaces, and throw their own parties in those spaces, choosing the music, videos, and guest list.

Yodle

Series A in 2006
Yodle, Inc. provides online marketing services to local business owners. Its services include Web presence, local search placement, social media, customer reviews, Email marketing, and special offers distribution. The company also works with franchises and multi-location businesses. Yodle, Inc. was formerly known as Natpal, Inc. and changed its name to Yodle, Inc. in July 2007. The company was founded in 2005 and is headquartered in New York, New York. As of March 9, 2016, Yodle, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Web.com Group, Inc.

Ping Identity

Series C in 2006
Ping Identity provides cloud-based identity management software for companies and government organizations. They help enterprises achieve Zero Trust identity-defined security & more personalized, streamlined user experiences. The Ping Intelligent Identity Platform provides customers, employees, partners, and, increasingly, IoT, with access to the cloud, mobile, SaaS, and on-premises applications and APIs, while also managing identity and profile data at scale. Ping Identity was founded in 2002 and headquartered in Denver, Colorado.

Formlabs

Series C in 2018
Formlabs Inc. designs and manufactures 3D printing systems for engineers, designers, and artists. It also offers standard, castable, flexible, tough, and dental SG materials; and PreForm software, a software that prepares models for printing on Formlabs printer The company’s products are used in engineering, manufacturing, education, entertainment, dental, jewelry, healthcare, and audiology. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Somerville, Massachusetts with additional offices in Germany, Japan, China, Singapore, Hungary, and North Carolina.

Helix

Series A in 2014
HELIX, formerly Flux, was the first spin-out of Google X. Initially focused on generative building design to automate planning and design of sustainable buildings, HELIX pivoted in 2019 to attack the high cost and complexity of digitizing buildings. Based in Oakland, CA, HELIX built the HELIX Creator platform to enable architects, engineers, builders, and owner-operators to use LiDAR and photogrammetry to capture accurate building geometry and convert it into usable plans and models. HELIX users need accurate 2D and 3D information and access to documents and data related to the building without delays. HELIX is used to evaluate buildings' potential, plan for renovation, document buildings in detail for disaster planning and more. HELIX believes that for Digital Twins to achieve their potential the data must be accurate, intuitive to access and easy to keep up to date.

CircleCI

Series D in 2019
CircleCI’s continuous integration and delivery platform helps software teams rapidly release code with confidence by automating the build, test, and deploy process. CircleCI offers a modern software development platform that lets teams ramp quickly, scale easily, and build confidently every day. Velocity is critical for software teams in today's competitive landscape, but maintaining speed can be difficult as apps and systems grow larger and more complex. CircleCI’s platform allows developers to rapidly release code (for web and mobile apps) they trust by automating the build, test, and deploy process. CircleCI enables developers to detect and fix bugs before they even reach customers. Thousands of leading companies including Facebook, Kickstarter, Shyp, and Spotify rely on CircleCI to accelerate delivery of their code and enable developers to focus on creating business value fast. CircleCI is a Bay Area Best Places to Work 2018 award winner from the San Francisco Business Times and Silicon Valley Business Journal. Founded in 2011 and headquartered in beautiful downtown San Francisco with a global remote workforce, CircleCI is venture backed by Scale Venture Partners, DFJ, Baseline Ventures, and Harrison Metal Capital.

Ambiq Micro, Inc.

Series C in 2014
Ambiq Micro is an early-stage fabless semiconductor company that is developing ultra-low-power mixed-signal solutions for a new generation of wireless electronics. Ambiq Micro was founded in 2010 on the simple yet powerful notion that extremely low power semiconductors are the key to the future of electronics. Through the use of their pioneering ultra-low-power technology, they help innovative companies around the world develop differentiated solutions that reduce or eliminate the need for batteries, lower overall system power, and maximize industrial design flexibility.

Verbling

Seed Round in 2014
Verbling is an e-learning platform that offers language lessons with professional teachers with the use of video chat. Verbling’s mission is to empower people all over the world to become fluent in a foreign language. Verbling Video connects its users directly to a teacher without needing external apps or tools. Today, Verbling teachers are available 24/7/365, covering all timezones globally. All Verbling teachers are vetted to meet rigorous standards. The average student rating of a teacher is 4.9/5. The company was founded in 2011 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Podcast Ready

Series A in 2006
Podcast Ready, Inc. provides software and services to remove the obstacles that are limiting the adoption of podcasting. It provides podcast subscribers with a portal for the management of podcast programs and subscriptions. It offers myPodder, a podcast management software, which is available pre-loaded on MP3 players or free download at www.podcastready.com. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in San Antonio, Texas.

Mahindra REVA

Venture Round in 2009
REVA is a battery electric vehicle designed for low speed, congested, urban conditions and is classified as a quadricycle (category L7e) under UK and European law. REVA is designed to be unique and stands out on the road as a genuine city car with a mature expression. The advanced technologies used, make it highly differentiated and superior to other makes. It has all the inherent benefits of an Electric Car and is indeed a revelation in city mobility

Qmobile

Series B in 2005
Qmobile is one of the service providers in the emerging digital media industry. Launched in 2003 and leveraging the founding team's deep domain knowledge, Qmobile has delivered compelling entertainment and information services to almost one million mobile phone users across the US, and now has over 350,000 subscribers. The company currently offers downloadable ringtones, wallpaper images and games. It also runs a SMS chat service, and additional services are under development.
Jing-Jin Electric (JJE) develops and manufactures high-performance electric motor's system and electric drive components for hybrid electric vehicles (HEV), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV), battery electric vehicles (EV) and other electrically driven automobiles and control. Headquartered in Beijing, China's technology capital, JJE combines China's technology talent, manufacturing advantage with global best practices to provide "World's Best Electric Motors" for the "Electrification of Automobiles", the critical path for the sustainable future of the global automotive industry.

Luminus Devices

Series C in 2005
Luminus Devices develops and manufactures high performance, solid state lighting solutions for a variety of illumination applications previously thought impossible for solid state lighting. Its patented PhlatLight® LEDs products are the brightest and most versatile solid state light sources available today, redefining the solid state lighting landscape by enabling the creation of innovative new products and applications. PhlatLight LED technology is used today in products from leading global mass market consumer and specialty products companies.

RichRelevance

Series C in 2009
RichRelevance is the global leader in omnichannel personalization and is used by more than 240 multinational companies to deliver the most relevant and innovative customer experiences across web, mobile and in store. RichRelevance drives more than one billion decisions every day, and has generated over $20 billion in sales for its clients, which include Office Depot, Costco, Darty, and Marks & Spencer. Headquartered in San Francisco, RichRelevance serves clients in 42 countries from 9 offices around the globe. For more information, please visit www.richrelevance.com.

Gilt Groupe, Inc.

Series E in 2011
Gilt Groupe retails luxury goods online in the United States. It provides its members access to a range of merchandise that includes fashion for women, men, and children; home decor and unique activities in select cities and destinations. Gilt Groupe offers clothing, shoes, and accessories for men; and clothing, shoes, handbags, accessories, jewelry and watches, health and beauty products, and maternity wear for women. It also provides gear and equipment, feeding products, toys, games and books, furniture and decor, bedding and bath products, and maternity wear as well as clothing, shoes, and accessories for babies and kids. Moreover, Gilt Groupe offers furniture, bedding and bath products, rugs, lighting, decor and accessories, kitchen and dining products, luggage, gear and gadgets, pet accessories, and candles and holders for home. Alexandra Wilkis Wilson, Alexis Maybank, Dwight Merriman, Jason Binn, Kevin Ryan, and Michael Bryzek founded First Look in 2007 that later became Gilt Groupe. Gilt Groupe has its headquarters in New York City. It operates as a subsidiary of Hudson's Bay Company as of February 1, 2016.

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

Special Network Services

Venture Round in 2012
Special Network Services Ltd, doing business as PeerIndex, is a Web technology company that engages in algorithmically mapping out the social Web. The company identifies, ranks, and scores authorities and experts, including journalists, academics, amateurs, and professionals.

MailFrontier

Series B in 2003
MailFrontier, Inc. provides email and compliance solutions for individuals and organizations to protect email from spam, virus, phishing fraud, and other dangerous and costly email threats. It offers MailFrontier Gateway Server Enterprise Edition, which blocks spam and stops viruses, and separates phishing fraud while keeping organizations ahead of emerging email threats; MailFrontier Gateway Appliance that combines email security with the ease of the appliance—and scales to stay in front of company's needs; MailFrontier Gateway Server Small Business Edition that makes email threats easy for companies to detect; and MailFrontier Desktop 4.0, which is a personal email security that keeps users free of spam and phishing, free of hassle, and free of worry about emerging threats. The company was founded in 2002 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California. As of February 8, 2006, MailFrontier, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of SonicWALL, Inc.

RichRelevance

Series C in 2008
RichRelevance is the global leader in omnichannel personalization and is used by more than 240 multinational companies to deliver the most relevant and innovative customer experiences across web, mobile and in store. RichRelevance drives more than one billion decisions every day, and has generated over $20 billion in sales for its clients, which include Office Depot, Costco, Darty, and Marks & Spencer. Headquartered in San Francisco, RichRelevance serves clients in 42 countries from 9 offices around the globe. For more information, please visit www.richrelevance.com.

Remitly

Series C in 2016
Remitly is a mobile payment service that enables consumers to conveniently make person-to-person international money transfers from the United States. Its online service is disrupting the $588 billion a year industry by using the latest technology and mobile devices to eliminate unnecessary forms, codes, agents, extra time and fees tied to the traditional money transfer process. As a licensed money transmitter, Remitly currently operates in 49 states and Washington, D.C., and spends millions of dollars to thousands of customers each month. Remitly is backed by Stripes Group, DFJ, Vulcan Capital, QED, Trilogy Equity Partners, DN Capital, Founders Co-Op, Bezos Expeditions, and TomorrowVentures.

Sanity

Series A in 2020
Sanity is a software platform designed for delivering structured content to products and devices. It lets people create completely custom interfaces and content workflows while Sanity’s real-time API lets you deliver content from a single source to any channel, device, or product. Sanity was founded in Norway and has offices in Oslo and San Francisco

Ambiq Micro, Inc.

Seed Round in 2010
Ambiq Micro is an early-stage fabless semiconductor company that is developing ultra-low-power mixed-signal solutions for a new generation of wireless electronics. Ambiq Micro was founded in 2010 on the simple yet powerful notion that extremely low power semiconductors are the key to the future of electronics. Through the use of their pioneering ultra-low-power technology, they help innovative companies around the world develop differentiated solutions that reduce or eliminate the need for batteries, lower overall system power, and maximize industrial design flexibility.
Imago is a world class provider of metrology and analysis equipment serving the microelectronic and general research markets. We are committed to the development of the nanotechnology solutions required as the semiconductor, data storage and advanced materials industries increasingly enter the realm of nanotechnology.Imago provides time-to-market advantages to our customers through leading edge technology in the field of three-dimensional, nanoscale, metrology and analysis equipment. Our focus on and funding of advanced technology, together with our network of industrial collaborations, ensures that we continue to accelerate the development of these empowering metrology techniques. Imago's headquarters moved to a new, larger office and manufacturing facility in July 2006. The world-class applications lab includes two dual beam focused ion beams, two scanning electron microscopes, electro polishing equipment, a clean room area for specimen preparation, and a suite of Imago LEAP microscopes.

Memphis Meats

Series A in 2017
Memphis Meats develops meat produced directly from animal cells without the need to raise and slaughter actual animals that require significantly less caloric input, water, land, and energy than conventional meat production, enabling consumers to enjoy meat products that are clean and free from harmful chemicals. Founded by Uma Valeti and Nicholas Genovese in 2015, Memphis Meats is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

NinthDecimal

Venture Round in 2011
NinthDecimal is the marketing platform powered by location data. It harnesses this data to build a precise understanding of consumers’ physical world behavior. Fortune 500 companies and marquee brands activate this customer intelligence through audience targeting, measurement, insights, and data licensing solutions. By filling the gap in understanding how consumers spend the majority of their time, NinthDecimal provides marketers a new model of the customer journey for impactful engagement.   It was founded in 2003 and headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Sisense

Series F in 2020
Sisense goes beyond traditional business intelligence by providing organizations with the ability to infuse analytics everywhere, embedded in both customer facing applications and employee-facing workflows. Sisense customers are breaking through the barriers of analytic adoption by going beyond the dashboard with Sisense Fusion - the highly customizable, AI-driven analytics cloud platform, that infuses intelligence at the right place and the right time, every time. More than 2,000 global companies such as GitLab, UiPath, Tinder, Nasdaq, GE, Rolls Royce and Philips Healthcare rely on Sisense to innovate, disrupt markets and drive meaningful change in the world. Ranked as the No. 1 Business Intelligence company in terms of customer success, Sisense has also been named one of the Forbes’ Cloud 100, The World’s Best Cloud Companies, five years in a row.

TrialPay, Inc.

Series C in 2012
TrialPay, Inc. provides cross-platform monetization and stabilization solutions. The company’s monetization solutions include Evergreen, a monetization toolkit for developers to leverage custom solutions and third party platforms to engage and reach the customers that drives acquisition, revenue growth, and LTV. It also provides acquisition solutions that enable users to connect with customers across Web, mobile, and Facebook networks. The company was founded in 2006 and is based in Mountain View, California with an additional office in Berlin, Germany. As of March 2015, TrialPay, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Visa Inc.

Mode Media

Series B in 2005
Mode Media, a top 10 U.S. media property with 136 million unique users a month, was founded in Silicon Valley in 2004 with a simple, yet powerful idea—to help people discover relevant content by combining the power of human curation of premium content with technology that distributes the right content to the right people at the right time. Today, Mode Media is building the largest independent premium video and content platform for creators powered by distribution and streaming technology that delivers targeted native videos, content and branded entertainment at scale in real-time. Mode.com is an owned & operated social networking platform where creators can upload videos and build content stories. Content on Mode is curated by professional editors and distributed in user feeds—personalized by the Mode content algorithm technology. Since launch six months ago, Mode has grown from zero to 31 million unique monthly users, and crossed over 1 billion streamed video views.

AltoBeam (China) Inc.

Venture Round in 2009
AltoBeam (China) Inc., a fabless IC design company, develops and produces receiver and demodulator IC products for the global digital television (DTV) industry. The company offers demodulators, silicon tuners, and controllers. It sells its products through offices in China and Korea, as well as agents in Japan and Taiwan. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Beijing, China with additional offices, and R&D and customer support facilities in Beijing and Shenzhen, China; San Jose, California; and Seoul, Korea.

Shanghai Dajun Technologies, Inc.

Venture Round in 2012
Shanghai Dajun Technologies, Inc. engages in research and development, and production of motors and control systems for hybrid-electric and electric vehicles. It offers its products for commercial and passenger car vehicles. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Shanghai, China. As of March 18, 2015, Shanghai Dajun Technologies, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Yantai Zhenghai Magnetic Material Co., Ltd.

Mapbox Inc.

Series C in 2017
Mapbox is a location data platform providing maps, turn-by-turn navigation, location search, and data to over 2.6M registered developers — powering companies like Facebook, IBM, Instacart, Lonely Planet, Snapchat, Tableau, The Weather Channel, and Yahoo! JAPAN. Mapbox is built on a living map that learns from activity to make improvements over time, so developers building with Mapbox tools have access to the most up to date geospatial information anywhere in the world. Mapbox was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Washington, District of Columbia.

Zymergen

Series C in 2018
Zymergen is a biotechnology company that specializes in the fields of machine learning, big data, and artificial intelligence. The company partner with nature to create materials and products across industries from agriculture to electronics, consumer care to pharmaceuticals, and more. It was founded in 2013 and headquartered in Emeryville, California.

LaunchDarkly

Venture Round in 2020
LaunchDarkly is a Feature Management Platform that serves over 100 billion feature flags daily to help software teams build better software. Feature flagging is an industry best practice of wrapping a new or risky section of code or infrastructure change with a flag. Each flag can easily be turned off independent of code deployment (aka ”dark launching”). Their vision is to eliminate the risk for developers and operations teams from the software development cycle. LaunchDarkly has SDKs for all major web and mobile platforms. They are building a diverse team so that they can offer robust products and services. Their team culture is fast-paced, friendly, and supportive. LaunchDarkly was founded on July 14, 2014, and is headquartered in California, USA.

Rover

Seed Round in 2008
Rover Rover is an advanced personalization and recommendation technology app. Its Recommendation Engine is also used to power discovery on numerous third party news and media sites. Rover helps people discover content they love, that they never knew existed from a wide variety of over 15,000 topics. The recommendation engine uses machine learning to learn a user's fine-grained interests through content a user engages with while being respectful of a user's need for privacy. Rover also connects to other people who are influential in topics that care about and help discover other people with similar interests. Rover uses Machine Learning to help people discover content they love that they never knew existed. It was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.

Monitor110

Series B in 2006
New york-based company providing data and information gathering services

BinOptics

Series B in 2005
BinOptics Corporation manufactures monolithically integrated optoelectronic components. It offers directly modulated fabry-perot, directly modulated distributed feedback, and ring lasers; and custom integrated chips, such as edge- and surface-emitting lasers, monitoring and high-speed photodetectors, electroabsorption modulators, semiconductor optical amplifiers, beam couplers/splitters, waveguides, and on-chip lenses. The company offers its products for use in datacom and telecommunication applications, such as gigabit ethernet and PON applications, as well as advanced non-telecomunication applications. BinOptics Corporation was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Ithaca, New York.

Outreach, Inc.

Series E in 2019
Outreach is a sales engagement platform that accelerates revenue growth by optimizing every interaction throughout the customer lifecycle. The platform manages all customer interactions across email, voice and social, and leverages machine learning to guide reps to take the right actions. Thousands of customers, including Cloudera, Glassdoor, Pandora, and Zillow, rely on Outreach to drive predictable and measurable growth, increase efficiency and effectiveness of customer-facing teams, and improve visibility into sales activity and performance.

Power Assure

Venture Round in 2010
Power Assure develops and delivers business automation software that reduces energy use and carbon emissions in commercial, corporate, and government data centers. The company's software platform intelligently manages data center server capacity in real time, maintaining required service levels at optimum efficiency and lowest total cost.

Patreon

Series D in 2019
Patreon Inc. operates a platform for enabling content creators and artists to be able to fund their work. It offers Patreon.com, a communications platform for enabling connections between users and makes them accessible various content, including videos, photographs, images, artwork, graphics, audio clips, comments, data, text, software, scripts, projects, other material and information, and associated trademarks and copyrightable works. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in San Francisco, California.

ACHICA

Venture Round in 2012
ACHICA is the members-only luxury lifestyle store. ACHICA offers its members up to 70% off luxury home, kitchen, garden children’s, gift, travel and lifestyle brands – all year round. There are new brands every day, each lasting 48 hours and it’s free to join. ACHICA uses the private sale model, which means only its members can access its products and it is closed to search engines and price comparison sites, which in turn protects the brands it promotes. ACHICA is co-founded by online retail experts Quentin Griffiths, formerly one of the co-founders of ASOS and William Cooper former CEO of TradeDoubler, Europe’s largest digital marketing company. Both partners have jointly invested in several online retail ventures since 2000 before launching their first co-owned online retail experience, ACHICA, in February 2010.

Servio

Series A in 2010
Content marketing services delivering web-optimized content and data solutions for ecommerce, publishing and big data sectors

CafeMom

Series A in 2007
CafeMom is the largest and most vibrant meeting place for moms online. Best of tweets, conversation and recommendations!

Thumb

Series A in 2011
Thumb is the easiest way for people to express themselves and to discover people like them. The simple act of ‘thumbing’ brings people together in a purpose-driven community that allows people to express what matters most to them, generates instant feedback, and helps people make meaningful connections. Thumb is available on iOS, Android, and via Website at www.thumb.it.

NanoString Technologies

Venture Round in 2013
NanoString Technologies (NASDAQ: NSTG) is a publicly held provider of life science tools for translational research and molecular diagnostics. The company's technology enables a wide variety of basic research, translational medicine and in vitro diagnostics applications. NanoString's products are based on a novel digital molecular barcoding technology invented at the Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) in Seattle under direction of Dr. Leroy Hood. The company was founded in 2003 with an exclusive license to develop and market the technology. In 2008, NanoString launched its first commercial instrument system and began international sales operations with its first multiplexed assays for gene expression analysis. In 2010, the company launched new applications for the system to support microRNA analysis and copy number variation detection, and in 2013 launched Prosigna®, its first in vitro diagnostic product for prognosis of early stage breast cancer.

Power Assure

Series B in 2011
Power Assure develops and delivers business automation software that reduces energy use and carbon emissions in commercial, corporate, and government data centers. The company's software platform intelligently manages data center server capacity in real time, maintaining required service levels at optimum efficiency and lowest total cost.

Genomatica, Inc.

Series B in 2007
Genomatica, Inc. delivers manufacturing processes to produce intermediate and basic chemicals from renewable feedstocks. The company’s proprietary biotechnology platform allows the company to create fermentation-based manufacturing processes and to engineer the enabling microorganisms that drive the conversion of renewable feedstocks into intermediate and basic chemicals. It is developing a pipeline of manufacturing processes for the production of 20 intermediate and basic chemicals, including butanediol and butadiene. The company intends to offer its chemical products to large consumer products or chemical companies. Genomatica, Inc. was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.

Immuta

Series B in 2018
Immuta provides a cloud-native data governance platform for organizations to automate data access control, security and privacy compliance, ensuring each user who queries data sees only the data they’re supposed to see, for their approved purpose or role. The platform aims to create trust across data engineering, security, legal, compliance, and business teams so they can work together to ensure timely access to critical data with minimal risk, while adhering to global data privacy regulations including the GDPR, CCPA and HIPAA.

Xtime

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

Exp Federal Inc.

Venture Round in 2000
EXP.com an online marketplace for expert advice.

Enlighted Inc.

Series D in 2016
Designed to give you more control over the buildings you manage, increase efficiency and make you smarter about virtually everything in your commercial spaces, Enlighted converts the abstract Internet of Things into something tangible. Enlighted’s mission is to help our customers reach long-range sustainability goals while saving money and increasing efficiency. Using our first-in-class sensor and analytics platform, we provide smart energy solutions for commercial buildings. Our technology reduces costs and improves the comfort of workspaces and the efficiency of the people who work in them. Our solutions go beyond theory. Customers are saving millions in energy costs - up to 70% in some instances - while making smarter business decisions based on the actionable data we provide. To date, our sensors have been installed in over 70,000 square-feet and are deployed in Fortune 1000 company workplaces, like AT&T and Oracle.

Polaris Wireless, Inc.

Series A in 2001
Polaris Wireless, Inc. develops and offers software-based 3D location solutions to wireless operators, law enforcement and government agencies, and location-based application companies. The company provides 3D Location Platform, a cloud-based platform enabling applications that locate any mobile device on any network, indoors, and in real-time; and OmniLocate, integration and quicker time-to-market solution. It caters to public safety, hospitality, and healthcare industries. Polaris Wireless, Inc. was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Mountain View, California with additional offices in Zug, Switzerland and Singapore.

Ooma, Inc.

Series A in 2005
Ooma (NYSE: OOMA) creates powerful connected experiences for businesses and consumers, delivered from its smart cloud-based SaaS platform. For businesses of all sizes, Ooma provides advanced voice and collaboration features that are flexible and scalable. For consumers, Ooma provides PureVoice HD voice quality, advanced functionality and integration with their mobile devices. Ooma’s groundbreaking home security solution delivers a full range of wireless security sensors and a smart video camera, putting consumers in charge of protecting their homes. Learn more at www.ooma.com.

Mythic

Series A in 2017
Mythic Inc. designs and develops silicon chips and intelligence processing unit (IPU) based on artificial intelligence (AI). Its AI platform puts desktop GPU compute capabilities and neural networks onto a button-sized chip. The company was formerly known as Isocline Engineering Corporation. Mythic Inc. was founded in 2012 and is based in Redwood City, California with an additional office in Austin, Texas.

UBmatrix

Series B in 2008
UBmatrix, Inc. is a provider of XBRL-based information exchange solutions. UBmatrix serves the regulatory compliance and the financial reporting markets. Their platform and products help organizations freely move information accurately and efficiently among applications within an enterprise, between business partners, and to regulators. Benefits include increased operational and financial transparency, cost savings in sharing information both inside and outside the organization, and greater confidence in reporting accuracy and regulatory compliance.

Cic Cambridge

Venture Round in 1999
Cambridge Innovation Center is an office space facility for small and growing companies. It also acts as a co-working community that inspires and connects people to realize enterprising ideas for sustainable impact.

Saltare

Series B in 2000
Saltare is a business intelligence company. it provides a Java-based, web-centric software solution to link real-time supply chain information with decision-making tools. Its software is called leap and it allows buyers to monitor the status of their supply shipments and to receive notification of problems with their supply deliveries. Saltare was founded by Michael Addicott in 1999 and is located in San Mateo, California.

Thuuz Sports

Series A in 2012
Thuuz is an award-winning mobile and connected TV service revolutionizing how sports fans discover and connect to sports programming. Leveraging play by play analytics, social signaling and fan preferences to rate games, the Thuuz platform directs fans to the most exciting live and upcoming sporting events. Thuuz also integrates the industry’s most complete viewing guide in order to drive audience for televised and streamed sporting events. Thuuz has direct-to-consumer applications for iOS and Android, and also partners with leading TV providers, wireless carriers, consumer electronics companies and sports networks. Thuuz was founded in 2010, and is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.

IntraPace, Inc.

Series C in 2004
IntraPace® has developed a novel implantable system to treat obesity. It is built on the proven technology used in millions of cardiac pacemakers and defibrillators each year. The abiliti® system is designed to be implanted via standard laparoscopic instruments without making any changes to the anatomy of the digestive system or placing any limitations on what a person can eat or drink.

Chartbeat Inc.

Series C in 2015
Chartbeat is a content intelligence platform for publishers that empowers companies to build loyal audiences with real-time and historical editorial analytics across desktop, social, and mobile platforms. The company helps digital publishing organizations understand what, within their content, is keeping people engaged. It shows visitors, load times, and referring sites on a minute-by-minute basis. The service also provides alerts the second your Website crashes or slows to a crawl. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in New York.

CenterPost Communications

Series B in 2000
CenterPost Communications is a leading provider of enterprise multi-channel solutions for automating communications between companies and their customers via voice, email, fax, wireless text and instant messaging. CenterPost's solutions are designed to help companies acquire, care for, grow and retain customers by enabling frequent and relevant customer contact at a price-point that is far superior to traditional methods.

Siano Mobile Silicon

Series C in 2008
Siano Mobile Silicon develops silicon receivers for the Mobile Digital TV (MDTV) market. Highly integrated, and tailored specifically for mobile communications and consumer electronic devices, the company's multi-band, multi-standard solutions support CMMB, DVB-T, DVB-H, ISDB-T, T-DMB, DAB and DAB+.

RealNames

Series A in 1998
RealNames is an online platform offers an internet naming solution and navigation system for internet users. It offers RealNames system, a naming solution for the HTTP protocol that simplifies internet navigation using keywords. It offers RealNames System, a naming system solution for the HTTP protocol that simplifies Internet navigation using keywords. The company's products are used by companies of various sizes, advertising agencies, ISPs and online services, search engines, and directory services. RealNames was founded by Keith Teare in 1996 and is based in San Carlos, California with offices in New York City, London, Hamburg, Tokyo, and Seoul.

NanoTune

Series A in 2007
NanoTune Technologies Corp. develops and produces monolithic nanoporous electrodes for capacitor cells. It serves consumer devices, electric vehicles, grid, utility scale storage, industrial, healthcare, and military applications. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Mountain View, California.

Neul

Venture Round in 2012
Neul, a Cambridge, UK-based company that develops wireless network technology to enable the use of TV “white space” spectrum.

4INFO

Venture Round in 2009
4INFO, Inc. operates as an identity and activation solutions company. The company offers Bullseye ID, which creates a match key that maps all the connected devices in a household to consumer data, including the marketer’s own CRM data and a treasure trove of second and third-party data for insights, targeting, and attribution. Its platform delivers measured mobile campaigns to CPG companies, retailers, and auto manufacturers. The company serves brands, agencies, media, and data companies; and advanced TV, CPG, automotive, retail, QSR, pharma, and financial industries. 4INFO, Inc. was formerly known as UDoIt. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in San Jose, California. It has a location in New York, New York. As of January 2, 2020, 4INFO, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Cadent, LLC.

Digital Path

Series B in 2003
Digital Path provides high-speed wireless broadband Internet and phone services to residential and business sectors in Northern California. It offers business-grade phone systems that include local and long-distance, hosted voicemail, multiple line configurations, and call forwarding services. The company also provides higher data speeds, dedicated business data circuits, multiple business telephone bundle options, competitive pricing, service quality guarantees, extensive rural and metro coverage, enhanced back-office configuration, and provisioning and installation services. In addition, it offers satellite, DSL, or cable services for the residential sector.

Baidu, Inc.

Series B in 2000
Baidu is a Chinese website and search engine that enables individuals to obtain information and find what they need. Baidu offers functional online search, Tieba community search, industry-based vertical search, mp3 search, portal channels, and instant messaging services. Its products include Baidu Webpage, Baidu Video, Baidu Map, hao123.com, BaiduPedia, Baidu Input, Baidu Toolbar, TTPlayer, Iqiyi, and Sky Software. The company was formerly known as Baidu.com, Inc. and changed its name to Baidu, Inc. in December 2008. Baidu, Inc. was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Beijing, the People’s Republic of China.

SugarSync, Inc.

Venture Round in 2013
SugarSync is a powerful data sync, file sharing and online backup solution ideal for busy professionals and digitally-connected consumers. It enables users to access documents, photos and music across all of their devices, including desktops, laptops and mobile devices (including iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile). The company was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in San Mateo, California.

EnerNOC

Series A in 2003
EnerNoc's technology-enabled energy management solutions help meet the needs of utilities/grid operators that deliver energy and are responsible for maintaining the real-time balance between supply and demand.

NumberAI

Series A in 2019
NumberAI develops artificial intelligence software Numa. It enables small businesses to connect their landline numbers digitally and interact with them in a lot of the same ways consumers expect today. Andrew Ruff, Joel Grossman, and Tasso Roumeliotis founded NumberAI in 2016. It has its headquarters in Oakland in California.

Enlighted Inc.

Series D in 2014
Designed to give you more control over the buildings you manage, increase efficiency and make you smarter about virtually everything in your commercial spaces, Enlighted converts the abstract Internet of Things into something tangible. Enlighted’s mission is to help our customers reach long-range sustainability goals while saving money and increasing efficiency. Using our first-in-class sensor and analytics platform, we provide smart energy solutions for commercial buildings. Our technology reduces costs and improves the comfort of workspaces and the efficiency of the people who work in them. Our solutions go beyond theory. Customers are saving millions in energy costs - up to 70% in some instances - while making smarter business decisions based on the actionable data we provide. To date, our sensors have been installed in over 70,000 square-feet and are deployed in Fortune 1000 company workplaces, like AT&T and Oracle.

Banyan Branch

Series A in 2011
Banyan Branch is a pure social media agency that is pioneering the way brands, companies, and movements can harness the power of social media for their benefit. In our approach, we seek to understand your business objectives, and define the social media strategy that delivers on those objectives.

Median Technologies

Series C in 2006
MEDIAN Technologies develops medical imaging software and services dedicated to oncology clinical trials, cancer screening, and clinical practice. The company standardizes and automates the interpretation of medical images in oncology to optimize the diagnosis of cancer patients and the assessment of their response to therapy. The company serves two primary markets: drug development and patient care. MEDIAN Technologies has a strategic partnership with a contract research organization to offer integrated imaging services for clinical trials to biopharma sponsors worldwide, and a strategic partnership with Canon to develop new imaging technologies, and to address the patient care market. MEDIAN Technologies was founded in 2002 and is based in Sophia-Antipolis, France.

InfoRocket.com

Series B in 2000
InfoRocket.com is a service that matches people with questions to people who have the right answers.

PubMatic

Series D in 2012
PubMatic is an automation solutions company for an open digital media industry. Featuring the leading omni-channel revenue automation platform for publishers and enterprise-grade programmatic tools for media buyers, PubMatic’s publisher-first approach enables advertisers to access premium inventory at scale. Processing nearly one trillion ad impressions per month, PubMatic has created a global infrastructure to activate meaningful connections between consumers, content and brands. Since 2006, PubMatic’s focus on data and technology innovation has fueled the growth of the programmatic industry as a whole. Headquartered in Redwood City, California, PubMatic operates 12 offices and six data centers worldwide. PubMatic is a registered trademark of PubMatic, Inc. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

TrustedID

Series B in 2007
TrustedID, Inc. provides proactive identity protection solutions for corporations, organizations, and government agencies. It offers IDEssentials, a protection system that enables users to detect and stop identity theft before it happens. The company also provides data breach response services that offer identity protection for the victims of various data breach. It offers its products through financial institutions and consumer brands, as well as directly through www.trustedid.com. TrustedID acquired Unsubscribe.com and Reppler.com in 2011. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Palo Alto, California.

DroneDeploy

Seed Round in 2014
DroneDeploy is a provider of cloud-control software solutions for drones which include automated flight safety checks, workflows, and real-time mapping and data processing. The company has partnered with leading drone manufacturers like DJI to provide its software to end users in a variety of industries, including agriculture, real estate, mining, construction and many other commercial and consumer arenas. DroneDeploy is compatible with any drone.

Vivotech

Series C in 2007
Sequent Software, Inc. acquired ViVOtech’s Software Division in October 2012. ViVOtech, Inc. provides contactless/near field communications (NFC) payment software, NFC smart posters, and over the air card (OTA) provisioning, promotion, and transaction management infrastructure software. Its products include contactless payment systems; ViVOnfc, an OTA infrastructure software for NFC mobile payments and promotions; and ViVOplatform, which provides retailers with the software platform for promotional and loyalty applications. The company also provides merchant, ISO and acquirer, issuing bank, wireless operator, and consumer value proposition solutions. Its products are used in various applications in movie theaters, fast food restaurants, casual dining establishments, convenience stores, gas stations, drug stores, grocery stores, buses, taxicabs, and vending machine locations, as well as by retailers. The company was founded in 2001.

Silverpop

Series C in 2003
Silverpop is a digital marketing software company focused on helping marketers transform the customer experience— increasing engagement and driving revenue. Silverpop makes this possible by using customer data and each individual’s behaviors to inform and drive every interaction in real time. Silverpop uniquely enables marketers to automate these highly-personalized interactions at scale. Silverpop’s top-ranked email marketing and marketing automation tools serve the needs of B2C and B2B marketers from a wide range of industries. Silverpop is trusted by more than 5,000 brands around the globe.

Sisense

Series C in 2014
Sisense goes beyond traditional business intelligence by providing organizations with the ability to infuse analytics everywhere, embedded in both customer facing applications and employee-facing workflows. Sisense customers are breaking through the barriers of analytic adoption by going beyond the dashboard with Sisense Fusion - the highly customizable, AI-driven analytics cloud platform, that infuses intelligence at the right place and the right time, every time. More than 2,000 global companies such as GitLab, UiPath, Tinder, Nasdaq, GE, Rolls Royce and Philips Healthcare rely on Sisense to innovate, disrupt markets and drive meaningful change in the world. Ranked as the No. 1 Business Intelligence company in terms of customer success, Sisense has also been named one of the Forbes’ Cloud 100, The World’s Best Cloud Companies, five years in a row.

EverSpin Technologies

Series A in 2008
Everspin Technologies, Inc. manufactures and sells magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM) products in the United States, Hong Kong, Japan, China, Germany, and internationally. It offers Toggle MRAM, spin-transfer torque MRAM, and tunnel magneto resistance sensor products, as well as foundry services for embedded MRAM. The company provides its products for applications, including data center, industrial, automotive, transportation, and enterprise storage markets. It serves original equipment manufacturers and original design manufacturers through a direct sales channel and a network of representatives and distributors. Everspin Technologies, Inc. was incorporated in 2008 and is headquartered in Chandler, Arizona.

Hands-On Mobile

Series B in 2004