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Voxeo

Series C in 2001
Voxeo provides hosting and premise platform solutions for companies of all sizes. They aim to help enterprises improve service and lower costs by automating and connecting their most common phone calls with with IVR and VoIP technology.

Tarari

Series B in 2004
Tarari operates as a fabless semiconductor company. It designs and develops deep content inspection, acceleration, and content processor silicon for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), ODMs, and ISVs in the network device, appliance, and server spaces. The company's products help OEMs to accelerate and offload compute-intensive algorithms used in XML/Web services, network security, and digital media environments.

Tropian

Venture Round in 2005
Tropian, Inc. develops and provides multimode radio frequency integrated circuits and solutions for wireless devices. The company offers Timestar radio frequency integrated circuit solutions for quad-band cellular handsets; Codestar radio transceivers; and Multistar transceivers. It serves wireless device manufacturers. Tropian, Inc. was formerly known as Premier R.F., Inc.

NetBoost

Venture Round in 1998
NetBoost develops and markets hardware and software solutions for communications equipment suppliers and independent software vendors (ISVs) in the networking and communications market segments. The company was incorporated in 1997 and is based in Mountain View, California.

Voxeo

Series C in 2002
Voxeo provides hosting and premise platform solutions for companies of all sizes. They aim to help enterprises improve service and lower costs by automating and connecting their most common phone calls with with IVR and VoIP technology.

Voxeo

Venture Round in 2000
Voxeo provides hosting and premise platform solutions for companies of all sizes. They aim to help enterprises improve service and lower costs by automating and connecting their most common phone calls with with IVR and VoIP technology.

Aktino

Series C in 2008
Positron Access Solutions design, manufactures, and markets networking and broadband management equipment to information technology and telecommunication industries. The company's platform enables broadband connectivity and system networking services. It partners with EMBARQ Logistics. Positron Access Solutions was formerly known as Aktino, Inc. and changed its name after its acquisiton by Positron Inc. The company was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Irvine, California. As of May 11, 2009, Aktino, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Positron Inc.

Entrisphere

Series C in 2005
Entrisphere, Inc. supplies access network equipment for the broadband service providers. Its products include BLM 1500, a multi-service access platform that provides POTS, HiCap, IPTV, DSL, B-PON and GPON, voice over packet, and Ethernet interfaces from a single chassis; and T-series of ONTs and ONUs, which support deployments, including single family units, small business units, multiple dwelling units, multiple tenant units, and in fiber to the curb and fiber to the business. The company also provides Entriview EMS that provides centralized control of BLM 1500 network with FCAPS functionality; and OSP cabinets, which enable voice, data, and video services to be deployed over copper or fiber from remote locations. In addition, it offers support services, such as network planning, consultation, installation, configuration, training, project management, maintenance, and software support. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Santa Clara, California. As of February 12, 2007, Entrisphere, Inc. operates as subsidiary of LM Ericsson Telephone Co.

iPass

Venture Round in 2000
iPass Inc. provides mobile connectivity services in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Asia Pacific, and internationally. It offers mobile connectivity services that provide cloud-based solution allowing its customers and their users access to its Wi-Fi network. It operates hotspots at airports, hotels, train stations, convention centers, outdoor venues, inflight, and others. iPass Inc. was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California. iPass Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Pareteum Corporation.

Sanrise

Series B in 2001
Secure data management services. After filing for bankruptcy in June 2002, Sanrise's software division was sold to EMC and its other assets were sold to ManagedStorage International.

Shoreline Teleworks

Venture Round in 2000
Shoreline Communications, based in Sunnyvale, California, was founded in 1996 and has been making Voice-Over-IP a reality for enterprise customers for nearly two years. Shoreline's award-winning IP Voice Communications System is based on a unique distributed architecture that links multiple customer locations into a single, integrated IP voice network. The system also provides both a rich set of integrated voice services as well as standards-based interfaces to 3rd party voice applications that enhance personal and organizational productivity. Powered by ShoreWare ™ server and call manager software, ShoreGear™ voice switches and ShoreCare™ support services, the Shoreline Communication System is the platform of choice for the enterprise and service providers.

Istante Software

Series B in 2002
Despite universal internet connectivity and the immense computing power available today, the ability for users to gain access to current enterprise information remains elusive. Istante Software was formed in 2002 to solve this problem by empowering all users with the ability to access, manipulate and communicate information easily and effectively. Istante RTS™ is a complete solution for building and delivering real-time operational dashboards, operational reporting, web reporting, mobile reporting/alerting applications and business intelligence systems over the Internet. Winner of the InfoWorld 2004 Technology of the Year Award for Best Analytics/Reporting Solution, Istante RTS has enjoyed wide acceptance and praise for its combination of simplicity, power, instant performance and ease of use. Blending a completely thin Web UI with the most comprehensive set of reporting tools, Istante RTS appeals to business users who need instant access to current information, to IT managers interested in performance, scalability and total cost of ownership and to executives concerned with efficiently and affordably delivering information to their employees, customers and partners.

CallidusCloud

Series F in 2001
Provides sales effectiveness software and services

Dorado Corporation

Series C in 2001
Dorado Corporation is a provider of collaborative cloud computing applications and architecture to the financial services industry. The company offers fully automated on-demand solutions for managing and tracking complex integrations and data-intensive transactions for financial institutions. The company’s marquee Enterprise Lending System encompasses the ChannelMaster(TM) mortgage loan origination system and PriceMaster(TM) pricing engine, enabling financial institutions to run and centrally monitor the consumer lending process from lead generation through post-close. Along with the benefits of cloud computing applications—increased functionality and dependability with minimal capital costs, flexible configurations, rapid deployment and agile performance—Dorado’s customers also gain competitive advantage via production workflow enhancements, better control over the product mix and built-in compliance. The company’s pay-for-performance model also provides a more predictably priced alternative to single-point solutions, closed systems and internal development. The company was named a “Hot Banking Technology Company to Watch” by a major research firm in 2009, and has been a Top 50 Mortgage Technology Provider since 2005. Dorado’s customers include tier-one mortgage lenders, leading regional banks and growing financial institutions in the U.S. and Canada.

ProactiveNet

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

Emotient

Series B in 2014
Emotient is the leading authority on automated facial expression recognition and analysis, designed to enable emotionally aware technologies that are redefining the future of personal computing. Our technology began in the academic world as the Machine Perception Lab at University of California, San Diego. Our founders are widely regarded as spearheading the use of machine learning for facial expression analysis, a new category of natural user interface that is rapidly expanding as more companies seek to improve technology responsiveness and increase customer engagement. Our proprietary methodology sets the industry standard for accuracy and real-time delivery of facial expression data and analysis.

Dorado Corporation

Series B in 2000
Dorado Corporation is a provider of collaborative cloud computing applications and architecture to the financial services industry. The company offers fully automated on-demand solutions for managing and tracking complex integrations and data-intensive transactions for financial institutions. The company’s marquee Enterprise Lending System encompasses the ChannelMaster(TM) mortgage loan origination system and PriceMaster(TM) pricing engine, enabling financial institutions to run and centrally monitor the consumer lending process from lead generation through post-close. Along with the benefits of cloud computing applications—increased functionality and dependability with minimal capital costs, flexible configurations, rapid deployment and agile performance—Dorado’s customers also gain competitive advantage via production workflow enhancements, better control over the product mix and built-in compliance. The company’s pay-for-performance model also provides a more predictably priced alternative to single-point solutions, closed systems and internal development. The company was named a “Hot Banking Technology Company to Watch” by a major research firm in 2009, and has been a Top 50 Mortgage Technology Provider since 2005. Dorado’s customers include tier-one mortgage lenders, leading regional banks and growing financial institutions in the U.S. and Canada.

TestMart

Series C in 2000
- TestMart, dba GSAMart, is the #1 Test Equipment Reseller to the U.S. Government. - Holds the GSA Schedule 66 (Contract #GS24F0066M) and partners with over 100 manufacturers. - Carries over 200,000 SKUs that are GSA-compliant. - Over 15 years experience working with the U.S. government contractors, buyers, and end-users.

Aktino

Series B in 2005
Positron Access Solutions design, manufactures, and markets networking and broadband management equipment to information technology and telecommunication industries. The company's platform enables broadband connectivity and system networking services. It partners with EMBARQ Logistics. Positron Access Solutions was formerly known as Aktino, Inc. and changed its name after its acquisiton by Positron Inc. The company was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Irvine, California. As of May 11, 2009, Aktino, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Positron Inc.

eNABLE

Venture Round in 2000
eNABLE provides internet infrastructure software solutions for access management.

New Edge Networks

Series C in 2000
New Edge Networks is a provider of wholesale DSL services in small and mid-sized markets.

Tarari

Series C in 2006
Tarari operates as a fabless semiconductor company. It designs and develops deep content inspection, acceleration, and content processor silicon for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), ODMs, and ISVs in the network device, appliance, and server spaces. The company's products help OEMs to accelerate and offload compute-intensive algorithms used in XML/Web services, network security, and digital media environments.

Tropian

Series A in 1998
Tropian, Inc. develops and provides multimode radio frequency integrated circuits and solutions for wireless devices. The company offers Timestar radio frequency integrated circuit solutions for quad-band cellular handsets; Codestar radio transceivers; and Multistar transceivers. It serves wireless device manufacturers. Tropian, Inc. was formerly known as Premier R.F., Inc.

New Edge Networks

Series B in 2000
New Edge Networks is a provider of wholesale DSL services in small and mid-sized markets.

ShoreTel

Venture Round in 2001
Engages in the development and sale of Internet protocol (IP) communications systems for enterprises internationally

DemandTec

Debt Financing in 2007
DemandTec (NASDAQ:DMAN) connects more than 340 retailers and consumer products companies, providing common tools to transact, interact, and collaborate on core merchandising and marketing activities. DemandTec's services enable customers to achieve their sales volume, revenue, shopper loyalty, and profitability objectives. DemandTec customers have collaborated on nearly four million trade deals. DemandTec software and analytical services utilize a science-based platform to model and understand consumer behavior. DemandTec customers include leading retailers and consumer products companies such as Ahold USA, Best Buy, ConAgra Foods, Delhaize America, General Mills, H-E-B Grocery Co., The Home Depot, Hormel Foods, Monoprix, PETCO, Safeway, Sara Lee, Target, Walmart, and WH Smith.

eSilicon

Series D in 2002
eSilicon, a pioneering semiconductor Value Chain Producer (VCP), provides a comprehensive suite of ASIC design, productization and manufacturing services, enabling a flexible, low-cost, lower-risk path to volume production of integrated circuits (ICs). The company delivers custom chips (ASICs) to system original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and fabless semiconductor companies (FSCs) who serve a wide variety of markets including the consumer, computer, communications and industrial segments. eSilicon creates a unique, optimized semiconductor Value Chain for each customer and each design - from design services and tools, to IP and materials suppliers, to test and packaging providers. By integrating this Value Chain with its internal expertise and proven eSilicon Enterpriseâ„¢ infrastructure, the ASIC services and solutions provider produces more than 10 million leading-edge chips per year.

eSilicon

Series E in 2003
eSilicon, a pioneering semiconductor Value Chain Producer (VCP), provides a comprehensive suite of ASIC design, productization and manufacturing services, enabling a flexible, low-cost, lower-risk path to volume production of integrated circuits (ICs). The company delivers custom chips (ASICs) to system original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and fabless semiconductor companies (FSCs) who serve a wide variety of markets including the consumer, computer, communications and industrial segments. eSilicon creates a unique, optimized semiconductor Value Chain for each customer and each design - from design services and tools, to IP and materials suppliers, to test and packaging providers. By integrating this Value Chain with its internal expertise and proven eSilicon Enterpriseâ„¢ infrastructure, the ASIC services and solutions provider produces more than 10 million leading-edge chips per year.

OneCosmos Network

Series A in 2000
OneCosmos Network is a 21st century media company working to create science-based entertainment and learning that touches the heart and soul. The company's founders are Ann Druyan, CEO of Carl Sagan Productions and Joe Firmage, founder and former CEO of USWeb and chairman of the California Institute for Physics and Astrophysics. The company has accepted $23 million in seed capital from SOFTBANK Venture Capital, SOFTBANK Latin America Ventures and Crosspoint Ventures.

Tropian

Series B in 1999
Tropian, Inc. develops and provides multimode radio frequency integrated circuits and solutions for wireless devices. The company offers Timestar radio frequency integrated circuit solutions for quad-band cellular handsets; Codestar radio transceivers; and Multistar transceivers. It serves wireless device manufacturers. Tropian, Inc. was formerly known as Premier R.F., Inc.

Buzzsaw.com

Series B in 2000
Buzzsaw provides online collaboration applications for the building industry in the United States. The company’s applications help keep building projects on schedule and within budget. Buzzsaw is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Centerbeam, Inc.

Series B in 2000
CenterBeam, an EarthLink Business company, is a U.S.-based IT managed service provider (MSP) serving mid-size businesses. Acquired by EarthLink in 2013, CenterBeam offers a 14-year track record delivering cloud-based IT services to customers with on-demand IT capacity utilizing a subscription pricing model. CenterBeam offers executives an alternative to funding and running IT the “traditional way” (i.e. adding bodies, equipment and overhead)

ProactiveNet

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

ShoreTel

Series F in 2003
Engages in the development and sale of Internet protocol (IP) communications systems for enterprises internationally

MyAssociation

Venture Round in 2000
MyAssociation.com, a provider of comprehensive e-business solutions for associations and non-profit organizations.

eSilicon

Series F in 2005
eSilicon, a pioneering semiconductor Value Chain Producer (VCP), provides a comprehensive suite of ASIC design, productization and manufacturing services, enabling a flexible, low-cost, lower-risk path to volume production of integrated circuits (ICs). The company delivers custom chips (ASICs) to system original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and fabless semiconductor companies (FSCs) who serve a wide variety of markets including the consumer, computer, communications and industrial segments. eSilicon creates a unique, optimized semiconductor Value Chain for each customer and each design - from design services and tools, to IP and materials suppliers, to test and packaging providers. By integrating this Value Chain with its internal expertise and proven eSilicon Enterpriseâ„¢ infrastructure, the ASIC services and solutions provider produces more than 10 million leading-edge chips per year.

Hire.com

Venture Round in 2000
The online marketplace for outdoor activities. Providing the consumer with a single platform to research, book, and review outfitters and guides. GuideHire creates an informed buyer in a centralized marketplace.

eSilicon

Series A in 1999
eSilicon, a pioneering semiconductor Value Chain Producer (VCP), provides a comprehensive suite of ASIC design, productization and manufacturing services, enabling a flexible, low-cost, lower-risk path to volume production of integrated circuits (ICs). The company delivers custom chips (ASICs) to system original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and fabless semiconductor companies (FSCs) who serve a wide variety of markets including the consumer, computer, communications and industrial segments. eSilicon creates a unique, optimized semiconductor Value Chain for each customer and each design - from design services and tools, to IP and materials suppliers, to test and packaging providers. By integrating this Value Chain with its internal expertise and proven eSilicon Enterpriseâ„¢ infrastructure, the ASIC services and solutions provider produces more than 10 million leading-edge chips per year.

WinCom Systems

Series B in 2001
WinCom Systems, Inc., is an Internet infrastructure company with key operations in both San Jose, CA and Research Triangle Park, NC. WinCom Systems will design, manufacture, and deploy internet networking systems which will revolutionize existing Internet infrastructures for emerging Rich-Content & Rich-Transaction (wireless) Internet applications. WinCom Systems has secured venture financing from Crosspoint Venture Partners and TPG Ventures.

iPass

Venture Round in 1999
iPass Inc. provides mobile connectivity services in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Asia Pacific, and internationally. It offers mobile connectivity services that provide cloud-based solution allowing its customers and their users access to its Wi-Fi network. It operates hotspots at airports, hotels, train stations, convention centers, outdoor venues, inflight, and others. iPass Inc. was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California. iPass Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Pareteum Corporation.

Tarari

Series A in 2002
Tarari operates as a fabless semiconductor company. It designs and develops deep content inspection, acceleration, and content processor silicon for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), ODMs, and ISVs in the network device, appliance, and server spaces. The company's products help OEMs to accelerate and offload compute-intensive algorithms used in XML/Web services, network security, and digital media environments.

Kenamea Inc.,

Series C in 2001
Kenamea, Inc. develops web services integration software that supports the exchange of information between different applications. The company’s product portfolio includes server software, which transforms business documents saved in proprietary form into a format that is recognized by different software applications. Users can use Kenamea’s software to interact with others through personal computers, wireless PDAs, and telephones; listen to the radio and watch television via the internet; and create and distribute interactive applications. Kenamea was founded in 1999 in San Francisco, California with additional offices in New York, Tokyo, and Japan.  The company was acquired by SciVantage on November 29, 2006.

New Edge Networks

Series A in 1999
New Edge Networks is a provider of wholesale DSL services in small and mid-sized markets.

ePropose

Series B in 2000
ePropose provides an advanced solution for building and operating B2B eMarkets that work the way eBusiness should work. ePropose markets enable unprecedented freedom and flexibility, allowing sellers and buyers to propose, negotiate, shop around, conclude, and fulfill deals--all in a collaborative process that connects multiple people, systems, companies, commerce arenas (auction, catalog, exchange, RFP/RFQ, etc.) and even other eMarkets. The ePropose solution, based on patented Java™ components called "Proposals", frees Global 2000 companies, consortia and net market makers in any industry from the functional constraints of first generation solutions, and from the expense and time of integrating multiple software packages. It delivers the scalability, high performance, and ease of integration that are the backbone of a successful eMarket. And it also delivers the customization, advanced functionality and value-added services that ultimately attract and retain customers, increase liquidity and generate revenue.

eSilicon

Venture Round in 2002
eSilicon, a pioneering semiconductor Value Chain Producer (VCP), provides a comprehensive suite of ASIC design, productization and manufacturing services, enabling a flexible, low-cost, lower-risk path to volume production of integrated circuits (ICs). The company delivers custom chips (ASICs) to system original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and fabless semiconductor companies (FSCs) who serve a wide variety of markets including the consumer, computer, communications and industrial segments. eSilicon creates a unique, optimized semiconductor Value Chain for each customer and each design - from design services and tools, to IP and materials suppliers, to test and packaging providers. By integrating this Value Chain with its internal expertise and proven eSilicon Enterpriseâ„¢ infrastructure, the ASIC services and solutions provider produces more than 10 million leading-edge chips per year.

C9 Inc.

Series A in 2005
C9 delivers predictive sales and marketing applications that increase revenue, generate more precise forecasts and mitigate pipeline risk. By combining data science with products that improve sales and marketing execution, C9 enables leading companies like Yahoo!, Pitney Bowes and Google to drive predictable growth. C9 is located in San Mateo and is backed by the Mayfield Fund, InterWest Partners and Leapfrog Ventures.
Technical Communities Inc. (TCI) has over 15 years of experience growing sales for our customers-organizations that sell to U.S. government agencies, prime federal contractors, state and local governments and educational organizations. TCI also operates full service advertising agency services including lead generation, brand awareness, and market research programs. The services are uniquely built from TCI’s 15 years of B2B and B2G selling and marketing experience and its unique assets of transactional, proprietary database of 2+ million prospects.

Directfit

Venture Round in 2000
Directfit offers businesses with web-centric information technology professional search and staffing services. Directfit was acquired by TEKsystems in September 2003. Directfit was founded in 1994 and is based in Irvine, California.
Technical Communities Inc. (TCI) has over 15 years of experience growing sales for our customers-organizations that sell to U.S. government agencies, prime federal contractors, state and local governments and educational organizations. TCI also operates full service advertising agency services including lead generation, brand awareness, and market research programs. The services are uniquely built from TCI’s 15 years of B2B and B2G selling and marketing experience and its unique assets of transactional, proprietary database of 2+ million prospects.

Action Online Entertainment

Venture Round in 2000
Action Online Entertainment is a full-service technology company that helps clients leverage the power of the internet and other interactive technologies to generate an increased ROI. Its service portfolio includes application and server management, email hosting, web hosting, internet marketing, content management, marketing, hosting, graphic and web design, site structure, web development, and more. Clients can choose among the company’s many website packages which include solutions to build and maintain customized websites and solutions. Action Online Entertainment was founded in March 1999 and is based in Florida.

BlueStar Communications

Private Equity Round in 2000
BlueStar Communications went out of business. Bluestar Communications Group, Inc. provided broadband communications and Internet services to small- and medium-sized businesses in Tier II and Tier III cities in US, as of December 31, 1999. Its Internet access services, which were packaged with Web hosting and e-mail, and its high-speed real private networking services were provided using the Digital Subscriber Line technology. The company also offered broadband solutions, including unbundled network element T1.

Telseon

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

Ariba

Series A in 1996
Ariba An Sap Company helps companies buy smarter,sell faster, and manage cash better in the digital economy.

ShoreTel

Series G in 2004
Engages in the development and sale of Internet protocol (IP) communications systems for enterprises internationally

New Edge Networks

Private Equity Round in 2001
New Edge Networks is a provider of wholesale DSL services in small and mid-sized markets.

Centerbeam, Inc.

Venture Round in 2013
CenterBeam, an EarthLink Business company, is a U.S.-based IT managed service provider (MSP) serving mid-size businesses. Acquired by EarthLink in 2013, CenterBeam offers a 14-year track record delivering cloud-based IT services to customers with on-demand IT capacity utilizing a subscription pricing model. CenterBeam offers executives an alternative to funding and running IT the “traditional way” (i.e. adding bodies, equipment and overhead)

Entrisphere

Series B in 2002
Entrisphere, Inc. supplies access network equipment for the broadband service providers. Its products include BLM 1500, a multi-service access platform that provides POTS, HiCap, IPTV, DSL, B-PON and GPON, voice over packet, and Ethernet interfaces from a single chassis; and T-series of ONTs and ONUs, which support deployments, including single family units, small business units, multiple dwelling units, multiple tenant units, and in fiber to the curb and fiber to the business. The company also provides Entriview EMS that provides centralized control of BLM 1500 network with FCAPS functionality; and OSP cabinets, which enable voice, data, and video services to be deployed over copper or fiber from remote locations. In addition, it offers support services, such as network planning, consultation, installation, configuration, training, project management, maintenance, and software support. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Santa Clara, California. As of February 12, 2007, Entrisphere, Inc. operates as subsidiary of LM Ericsson Telephone Co.

AristaSoft Corporation

Venture Round in 1999
Online pricing intelligence by subscription. Used by clients in travel (Expedia, Travelocity) and retail (Amazon, Tesco). Sold to Igentica in 2006, which was then sold to eClerx, which then listed on the Bombay stock exchange.

eSilicon

Series B in 2001
eSilicon, a pioneering semiconductor Value Chain Producer (VCP), provides a comprehensive suite of ASIC design, productization and manufacturing services, enabling a flexible, low-cost, lower-risk path to volume production of integrated circuits (ICs). The company delivers custom chips (ASICs) to system original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and fabless semiconductor companies (FSCs) who serve a wide variety of markets including the consumer, computer, communications and industrial segments. eSilicon creates a unique, optimized semiconductor Value Chain for each customer and each design - from design services and tools, to IP and materials suppliers, to test and packaging providers. By integrating this Value Chain with its internal expertise and proven eSilicon Enterpriseâ„¢ infrastructure, the ASIC services and solutions provider produces more than 10 million leading-edge chips per year.

Website Pros

Venture Round in 2000
Website Pros' award-winning website solutions include a variety of integrated online tools and services including website design and web publishing, web hosting, business email, domain name registration, search engine marketing and ecommerce services specifically designed for small business owners that don't have design or technical expertise. With our easy-to-use point and click Website Builder application, Website Pros makes it fast and easy to design your website, increase your website traffic, sell online, and stay connected to your customers and prospects. You simply won't find a better value for your money.

ShoreTel

Series H in 2004
Engages in the development and sale of Internet protocol (IP) communications systems for enterprises internationally

Invesmart

Series B in 2000
Invesmart is an independent, full-service retirement financial services company.

Inspiris

Series D in 2004
UnitedHealthcare Community Plan can help you find a Medicaid or Medicare plan that best fits your needs. Find benefits, eligibility & detailed plan information.

Aktino

Series A in 2003
Positron Access Solutions design, manufactures, and markets networking and broadband management equipment to information technology and telecommunication industries. The company's platform enables broadband connectivity and system networking services. It partners with EMBARQ Logistics. Positron Access Solutions was formerly known as Aktino, Inc. and changed its name after its acquisiton by Positron Inc. The company was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Irvine, California. As of May 11, 2009, Aktino, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Positron Inc.

Avanex

Series D in 1999
Avanex was an optical components company designing and manufacturing optical components primarily for fiber-optic communication networks.

CallidusCloud

Venture Round in 2003
Provides sales effectiveness software and services

MicroVention Terumo

Series D in 2003
MicroVention Terumo is a medical device company. It develops catheter-based and minimally-invasive neuroendovascular technologies for cerebral aneurysms and other neurovascular diseases. The company’s products include delivery and detachment systems, access products, intraluminal devices, occlusion balloons, and flow diverters, as well as polymer, platinum, and hydrogel coil products. MicroVention Terumo offers its products through a network of specialty distributors primarily in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific. Founded in 1997, MicroVention Terumo is based in Tustin, California. As of March 30, 2006, it operates as a subsidiary of Terumo Corporation.
Technical Communities Inc. (TCI) has over 15 years of experience growing sales for our customers-organizations that sell to U.S. government agencies, prime federal contractors, state and local governments and educational organizations. TCI also operates full service advertising agency services including lead generation, brand awareness, and market research programs. The services are uniquely built from TCI’s 15 years of B2B and B2G selling and marketing experience and its unique assets of transactional, proprietary database of 2+ million prospects.

OnSite Access

Venture Round in 2000
As the leading national provider of building-centric, integrated communications services, OnSite Access is dedicated to bridging the interests of commercial property owners, real estate managers and agents, businesses, and the communications services industry. They're already wiring over 350 million square feet of real estate in 29 markets - all at no cost to building owners. In the process, they're turning properties with antiquated, inefficient communications infrastructures into buildings of the future. And they're enabling thousands of growing businesses to communicate, collaborate, and compete in ways never before possible or affordable.

Comergent Technologies

Series D in 2004
Comergent Technologies provides eBusiness software applications for the extended enterprise. The company offers guided selling and configuration, order management, pricing suite quotes and proposals, product management, account management, and marketing application suites, as well as professional, and hosting and managed services. The company was founded in 1998 and was sold to AT&T in 2006.

iPass

Venture Round in 2000
iPass Inc. provides mobile connectivity services in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Asia Pacific, and internationally. It offers mobile connectivity services that provide cloud-based solution allowing its customers and their users access to its Wi-Fi network. It operates hotspots at airports, hotels, train stations, convention centers, outdoor venues, inflight, and others. iPass Inc. was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California. iPass Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Pareteum Corporation.

Buzzsaw.com

Series A in 1999
Buzzsaw provides online collaboration applications for the building industry in the United States. The company’s applications help keep building projects on schedule and within budget. Buzzsaw is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

Chromatis Networks

Series A in 1999
Chromatis Networks designs metropolitan area switching systems to alleviate problems with transferring from long distance carriers to local networks. Its Metropolis System integrates data packets, voice circuit, and video services together on metropolitan networks and combines this traffic onto a wave division multiplexing WDM system.

Comergent Technologies

Series B in 2000
Comergent Technologies provides eBusiness software applications for the extended enterprise. The company offers guided selling and configuration, order management, pricing suite quotes and proposals, product management, account management, and marketing application suites, as well as professional, and hosting and managed services. The company was founded in 1998 and was sold to AT&T in 2006.

eSilicon

Venture Round in 2012
eSilicon, a pioneering semiconductor Value Chain Producer (VCP), provides a comprehensive suite of ASIC design, productization and manufacturing services, enabling a flexible, low-cost, lower-risk path to volume production of integrated circuits (ICs). The company delivers custom chips (ASICs) to system original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and fabless semiconductor companies (FSCs) who serve a wide variety of markets including the consumer, computer, communications and industrial segments. eSilicon creates a unique, optimized semiconductor Value Chain for each customer and each design - from design services and tools, to IP and materials suppliers, to test and packaging providers. By integrating this Value Chain with its internal expertise and proven eSilicon Enterpriseâ„¢ infrastructure, the ASIC services and solutions provider produces more than 10 million leading-edge chips per year.

WhereNet

Venture Round in 2005
WhereNet Corporation offers wireless solutions for tracking and managing enterprise assets. I WhereNet provides an integrated wireless infrastructure for real-time location, messaging, and telemetry applications, including WhereLAN, a cellular network of locating access points, transmit devices; WhereLAN LOS, a network of tag transmission receivers which perform locations calculations, database functions, and systems management; WhereTag III, a low-powered active radio frequency transmitters associated with an asset; WhereTag IV, an asset tag, which can be configured to match specific location application requirements; WhereCall, a wireless messaging system used for parts replenishment in industrial manufacturing; and WherePort, a magnetic exciter that extends the functionality of WhereTags. The company also offers Visibility Software Server, a set of software development tools for integrating WhereNet, customer, and third-party applications. The company was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Santa Clara, California. As of January 25, 2007, WhereNet Corporation operates as a subsidiary of Zebra Technologies Corp.

iPass

Venture Round in 1996
iPass Inc. provides mobile connectivity services in the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Asia Pacific, and internationally. It offers mobile connectivity services that provide cloud-based solution allowing its customers and their users access to its Wi-Fi network. It operates hotspots at airports, hotels, train stations, convention centers, outdoor venues, inflight, and others. iPass Inc. was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California. iPass Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Pareteum Corporation.

Bill Me Later

Series A in 2006
Bill Me Later, Inc. provides payment and marketing technology solutions to multichannel retailers. It offers PayCapture, a set of credit tools; and Bill Me Later that enables customers to pay for purchases without providing credit card information. The company supports and delivers a suite of Web-engineered payment solutions; and offers consulting services in the areas of payments, risk management, marketing, and technology. Bill Me Later, Inc. was formerly known as I4 Commerce, Inc. and changed its name to Bill Me Later, Inc. in August, 2007. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Timonium, Maryland. As of November 7, 2008, Bill Me Later, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of eBay Inc.

eConvergent

Series B in 2000
eConvergent is focused on the development of software solutions and offers eMerge, a CRM integration platform. It enables businesses to collect and store customers’ data from multiple sources and give their employees tools to access customer information as per requirement. eConvergent is acquired by Boulder Ventures in September 2002. eConvergent was founded in 1999 and is based in Pleasanton, California.

E*OFFERING

Venture Round in 2000
E*OFFERING is an internet investment banking firm that delivers investment banking products to online individual investors and institutional clients. The company uses the internet and related technologies such as electronic mail and multimedia to deliver investment banking products. It provides a range of investment banking services, including initial and follow-on public offering underwriting, private equity agency services, sales and trading, equity research, and financial advisory services. E*OFFERING is also developing a web content management applications and a corporate intranet website and architecture. It is based in San Francisco, California.

InternetConnect

Venture Round in 2000
In today’s information age, InternetConnect believes that the ability to leverage the power of the Internet and improve communications is critical to business success. InternetConnect’s mission is to provide reliable and secure broadband solutions to businesses. We will strive to continue to develop innovative high-value data applications, which drive business efficiencies. InternetConnect’s broadband solutions allow companies to save time and money to gain a competitive business edge.

cEverything.com

Venture Round in 2000
cEverything.com (www.ceverything.com) is pioneering the scalable delivery of a suite of real-time management applications to small businesses that are delivered over its virtual private broadband network. Specializing in real- time video, data and point of sale information streaming over broadband, cEverything.com provides cost effective and efficient business management solutions to small business along vertical industry lines. Through the cEverything.com communications network, small businesses are afforded the tools, resources and vendor discounts previously available only to larger corporations. cEverything.com is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

ROI Direct.com

Venture Round in 2000
Founded in June of 1999, ROI Direct offers e-commerce site development and hosting, e-marketing program design and execution, and online customer care solutions tailored to Their clients’ needs. They provide application services, 24x7 systems management, account support, feature upgrades, and shared use of Their multi-million dollar systems infrastructure for less than Their clients’ typical costs of a single IT employee. By customizing Their re-usable set of advanced applications, They’re also able to deliver these solutions in a fraction of the time of in-house or competing third-party solutions.

Electron Economy

Series B in 2000
Electron Economy is a commerce enabler integrating critical components of commerce operations for traditional and e-business companies. Electron Economy works with clients to design, deploy and run their e-commerce operations, joining advanced technology, expertise and managed services to meet the evolving demands of Internet business. Electron Economy's Internet TONE is an open and extensible Internet Transaction Operations Network that allows businesses to leverage common services and infrastructures for e-business operations. The E-Commerce Operations Management service runs on the Internet TONE and provides an outsourced management solution integrating a company's online storefront with all back-end logistics processes, including order processing, customer interaction, warehousing, fulfillment, shipping and delivery.

Tarari

Series A in 2002
Tarari operates as a fabless semiconductor company. It designs and develops deep content inspection, acceleration, and content processor silicon for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), ODMs, and ISVs in the network device, appliance, and server spaces. The company's products help OEMs to accelerate and offload compute-intensive algorithms used in XML/Web services, network security, and digital media environments.

NetBoost

Venture Round in 1997
NetBoost develops and markets hardware and software solutions for communications equipment suppliers and independent software vendors (ISVs) in the networking and communications market segments. The company was incorporated in 1997 and is based in Mountain View, California.

Wavtrace

Venture Round in 1999
Wavtrace is focused on the development of broadband wireless access systems that focus on the transmission of voice and video data. Wavtrace was founded by Robert Lundy and Vern Fotheringham in 1996. It is based in Bellevue, Washington.