Granite Ventures

Granite Ventures has been helping early-stage technology companies build solid foundations for success since 1992. T Granite has invested over $1 billion in more than 90 private companies. We partner with promising and successful entrepreneurs to create businesses that have a competitive edge and help them achieve category leadership.
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CFO and MD

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MD

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MD

168 past transactions

AirPair

Seed Round in 2014
AirPair is a consultation development company that provides development resources and helps businesses complete projects. Its staff includes professionals with experience across many technology stacks and solutions. AirPair accelerates software development by pairing its team with its clients’ engineers in real time via video and screen sharing. The company specializes in remote consulting and pair programming. AirPair was founded in 2013 by Maksim Ioffe, Jonathon Kresner, and Igor Lebovic. It is headquartered in San Francisco, California.

RF Magic

Series C in 2003
RF Magic is a fabless semiconductor company providing a diversified portfolio of radio frequency (RF) Systems on a Chip integrated circuits (ICs) for the next generation of consumer electronics applications. The company’s experienced engineers combine RF and digital communications systems experience with RF silicon design expertise to develop highly advanced ICs for cost-effective integration into high-volume consumer platforms. RF Magic’s RF Systems on a Chip technology is well suited to meet extreme broadband challenges facing the expanding Digital Home, Consumer Mobility and High Performance Networking markets, such as high-throughput communications, wide bandwidth channels, multiple video channels, multi-function radios and high-interference environments. More than two million of the company’s award-winning products have been shipped to customers for use in Digital Broadcast Satellite (DBS) Out Door Units (ODUs), digital broadcast set top boxes (STBs) and televisions, home media centers, and fixed wireless access modems. Employing patented design techniques, RF Magic’s broadband RF Systems on a Chip ICs offer premium performance, efficient design, lower cost, diverse functionality, and simplicity of use to Deliver the Next RF Generation.

LSSi Data

Venture Round in 2003
LSSi Data is a global company that provides information services and specializes in connection science. Its marketing, risk, security, registry, and communications solutions help more 12,000 clients grow their businesses. LSSi Data was founded in 1999 and is based in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania.

Percello

Series B in 2008
Percello, a fabless semiconductor company, was founded in 2007 to provide digital baseband solutions to the challenges of the 3G/HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA+/LTE femtocells market: cost, power, level of integration, development time and flexibility. Percello team has vast knowledge in silicon design, software and 3G/HSDPA/HSUPA/HSPA+/LTE communication systems. The team has proven capability to deliver complicated SoC from standard to mass production.

Fulcrum Microsystems

Series C in 2005
Fulcrum Microsystems, Inc., a fabless semiconductor company, provides interconnect devices for storage, computing and networking backplane, and interconnect applications in the United States and internationally. The company’s products include FocalPoint, which includes Ethernet switch/router chips; ControlPoint Software Suite that comprises Ethernet bridging, switching, and routing software modules; and PivotPoint SPI-4.2 Interconnect Chip that provides interconnection packet and protocol processing resources on a line card. It serves the original equipment manufacturers. Fulcrum Microsystems, Inc., formerly known as Asynchronous Digital Design, was founded in 2000 and is based in Calabasas, California.

Paragon Networks International

Venture Round in 2001
Paragon Networks International is an innovative manufacturer of broadband digital integrated access and optical metro internetworking platforms. They are a leading provider of application specific service deployment and wide area network optimization solutions to wireless service providers (WSP) and network service providers (NSP) worldwide. Utilizing either wireline, wireless, or optical transmission facilities, their products provide voice and data service connectivity, performance monitoring, compression, aggregation, layer 3 routing, quality of service (QOS) filtering, and protection switching of both client and operations support systems (OSS) traffic. Their solutions deliver superior network performance and control at substantial cost savings to their clients.

NTRU Cryptosystems

Series B in 2001
NTRU Cryptosystems, Inc. was founded in 1996 by four Brown University mathematicians and cryptographers, and today ranks as one of the most innovative providers of security solutions for the New Internet Economy. Today, NTRU is a fast-growing, well-run, well-funded company delivering security solutions to the wireless data communications and content protection markets. Their focus is consumer devices and the server infrastructures that support them ... and on content protection to support digital media delivery mechanisms and protect content owners from piracy. Only NTRU enables new security paradigms and delivers.

Smule, Inc.

Series B in 2009
Smule, Inc. develops music applications that enable users to create, discover, love, and enjoy music. It also operates a social platform that allows people using its application to create music together. Smule, Inc. was formerly known as SonicMule, Inc. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California.

PowerGenix

Series C in 2006
PowerGenix develops and manufactures nickel-zinc rechargeable batteries and chargers for power-intensive electronics, toys, power tools, and hybrid electric vehicles. The company’s products are used in cordless power tools, UPS systems, electric scooters, specialty military equipment, and high-intensity DC lighting; military starting, lighting, and ignition vehicles; silent watches; equipment actuation; hybrid-electric propulsion systems; and consumer electronic devices and batteries. It supplies its products to original equipment manufacturers globally. PowerGenix was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in San Diego, California, United States with an additional manufacturing facility in Shenzhen, China.

Aspen Avionics, Inc.

Series C in 2012
Aspen Avionics, based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was founded by aviation enthusiasts in 2004. The company specializes in bringing the most advanced technology and capability into general aviation cockpits. Its products increase situational awareness and reduce pilot workload, making it even easier and safer to fly in both VFR and IFR conditions. The company’s philosophy is that getting the latest avionics technology shouldn’t always mean spending a lot of money—on equipment or on installation.

Quantance

Series D in 2013
Quantance is a fabless semiconductor company enabling a major breakthrough in data speed and battery life in mobile devices. Quantance's patented RF technology enables users to transmit more signal power from their mobile devices and data cards, which enhances data performance without adversely impacting battery life or requiring any changes to wireless network infrastructure.

Mojo Networks, Inc.

Series E in 2017
The Future of Cloud WiFi At Mojo Networks, we are leading a revolution in cloud managed WiFi services and products for enterprise wireless. Existing architectures are antiquated. Controllers will soon be obsolete. We make it simple to move your massive enterprise WLAN to the cloud with automation and built-in scaling. Mojo's cloud WiFi platform is easy to deploy and intuitive to manage while also enabling advanced features like graphical troubleshooting, WiFi user analytics and social engagement. Above all, we continue to advance our widely acknowledged industry-leading security capabilities. We've secured the air and built our cloud designed for a new frontier of prolific connectivity. Prolific – We want seamless connectivity for everyone, everywhere, all the time. Manage your Mojo Networks WiFi products from anywhere in the world – no controllers required. Intuitive – Our access points and sensors are programmed out-of-the-box to automatically discover and connect to the Mojo Networks cloud wireless platform. Deployment and management is a piece of cake. Responsive – Most of the time the Mojo Networks cloud managed WiFi platform works like magic, but when it doesn’t, we respond immediately to do what’s right for our customers. Trustworthy – The credibility of our top-ranked wireless intrusion prevention system (WIPS) is proven every day from the highest levels of government to the infrastructure of developing nations. At Mojo Networks, we are obsessive with making our customers successful. We are committed to fearless creativity and partnering with others who share the same passion.

Trovix

Series B in 2006
Headquartered in Silicon Valley, Trovix were founded in 2002 with the goal of providing products and services that bridge the gulf between employers and people in search of the best career opportunities. Their human-like search and advanced artificial intelligence technology reads resumes and job descriptions the same way a human would, by focusing on key attributes such as skills, work history, and education to provide meaningful search results. Trovix was backed by 3i, Granite Ventures and US Venture Partners. The company has announced over $18 Million in funding rounds.

Quantance

Series A in 2006
Quantance is a fabless semiconductor company enabling a major breakthrough in data speed and battery life in mobile devices. Quantance's patented RF technology enables users to transmit more signal power from their mobile devices and data cards, which enhances data performance without adversely impacting battery life or requiring any changes to wireless network infrastructure.

Evident Software

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

Telltale Games

Series D in 2015
Telltale is the first and only digital publisher to release interactive episodic content on a monthly schedule. Their award-winning internal development studio is responsible for creating landmark episodic content, including Tales of Monkey Island, the Sam & Max series, Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People, and Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventure. Telltale currently develops and publishes episodic series on PC, Wii™, and Xbox 360™, with plans to expand to additional platforms and channels this year.

LucidWorks, Inc.

Series B in 2010
LucidWorks, Inc. offers AI powered search engine software. It offers Lucidworks Fusion, a platform that provides fusion server, fusion artificial intelligence, fusion app studio; artificial intelligence powered search that provides augmented intelligence, machine learning, clustering, query analysis, signals, faceted search, indexing, hyper personalization; enterprise solution that provides digital workplace, digital commerce, and search engine replacement. It serves clients in ecommerce, financial services, telecommunication, and publishing industries in the United States and internationally. LucidWorks, Inc. was formerly known as Lucid Imagination, Inc. LucidWorks, Inc. was founded in 2007 and is based in San Francisco, California.

HireVue

Series E in 2015
HireVue is transforming the way companies discover and hire the best talent with its AI-driven Hiring Intelligence platform. Combining predictive, validated industrial/organizational science with artificial intelligence allows recruiting professionals to augment human decision-making in the hiring process, delivering higher quality talent, faster. HireVue has hosted over six million interviews for more than 700 customers worldwide, including more than one-third of the Fortune 100 and leading brands such as Vodafone, Nike, Intel, Hilton, HealthSouth, Qantas and Carnival Cruise Lines.

Britestream Networks

Series C in 2005
Britestream Networks (formerly Layer N Networks) provides breakthrough solutions for the rapidly growing security market. Britestream's patented Instream Security Processing architecture offers a unique combination of powerful simplicity, uncompromised performance, and fortified security. From existing applications such as servers, load balancers, firewalls, and content switches to fast-growing emerging applications such as SSL VPNs, XML/Web Services, and secure e-mail gateways, Britestream's board and chip solutions remove all barriers and penalties of ubiquitously deploying security. This is Internet security as it is meant to be. Automatic. Easy. Everywhere.

Marqeta, Inc.

Series D in 2017
Marqeta is a modern card issuing platform that provides infrastructure and tools to help companies build and manage payment programs. With its open API, the Marqeta platform is designed for businesses that want a simple and tailored way of managing payment programs so that they can create experiences and power new modes of commerce. Marqeta is headquartered in Oakland, California. It operates in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia and is certified to process payments in 10 countries in APAC.

Crowd Science

Series A in 2007
Crowd Science provides audience targeting and segmentation for online publishers and brands. Crowd Science's technology combines web analytics and survey research to improve marketing and advertising precision and increase revenue.

Speakeasy

Series D in 2004
Speakeasy is one of the nation's leading broadband voice (VoIP), data and IT service providers. Speakeasy helps small businesses succeed by offering simplified voice and data solutions that improve the customer experience, increase employee productivity and help cut costs. Based in Seattle, Speakeasy has provided award-winning customer service since 1994 and joined the Best Buy family of companies in April 2007, working with Best Buy For Business to champion technology for small businesses throughout the U.S.

Symplified

Series B in 2011
Symplified is an Identity-as-a-Service-based hybrid platform offering user access to applications and helping meet compliance requirements. The company simplifies user access to applications, provides visibility and control over usage, and helps meet security and compliance requirements. Symplified delivers single sign-on, identity and access management, directory integration, centralized provisioning, strong authentication, mobile device support, and flexible deployment options. Unlike legacy IAM products or lightweight cloud-based offerings, Symplified allows convenient access to any cloud or on-premises application through a unified, customizable SSO portal and delivers a single-tenant identity control point, with no need to replicate sensitive user data to a third party, no “side-door” access to cloud applications and an enterprise-wide audit trail. With operations in Silicon Valley, the northeastern U.S., the Midwestern U.S., the United Kingdom, and EMEA, Symplified is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado.

Zeugma Systems

Series A in 2006
Zeugma Systems is a privately held telecommunications equipment supplier delivering open solutions that accelerate new service deployment for broadband service providers of all types. The Zeugma Services Node, a service delivery router (SDR), uniquely combines massive compute resources with next-generation capacity, service awareness, and subscriber awareness in a carrier-grade, fully redundant system. The result is a new class of equipment that enables service providers to: Rapidly prototype and launch new revenue-generating services and network behaviors, Identify and monitor session flows on a highly granular per-subscriber, per-service basis, Manage individual session flows in order to enforce policy-based quality of service (QOS), Develop applications, such as targeted ad insertion, that add value to individual session flows, Reduce the number and types of edge devices required to deliver high-value services while performing, standard broadband aggregation and subscriber management functions.

Fulcrum Microsystems

Series E in 2008
Fulcrum Microsystems, Inc., a fabless semiconductor company, provides interconnect devices for storage, computing and networking backplane, and interconnect applications in the United States and internationally. The company’s products include FocalPoint, which includes Ethernet switch/router chips; ControlPoint Software Suite that comprises Ethernet bridging, switching, and routing software modules; and PivotPoint SPI-4.2 Interconnect Chip that provides interconnection packet and protocol processing resources on a line card. It serves the original equipment manufacturers. Fulcrum Microsystems, Inc., formerly known as Asynchronous Digital Design, was founded in 2000 and is based in Calabasas, California.

SPS Commerce

Series C in 2000
SPS Commerce gives retail trading partners an intelligent way to manage and fulfill orders. Based on a multi-tenant, SaaS model, SPS' services deliver greater functionality, integration and reliability with less cost and risk than traditional software.

Arcot Systems

Series B in 2008
Arcot Systems, Inc. offers authentication and digital signing solutions to protect and verify digital identity. The company offers TransFort for Issuers that enables authentication for card holders and merchants; TransFort for Merchants, which enables authentication of cardholders that enroll in 3-D secure; RiskFort that blocks fraud in real-time; WebFort and ArcotID software-only authentication solutions; A-OK On-Demand that provides security for authentication process; and SignFort, which enables organizations to replace ‘print and sign’ methods with streamlined process for signing and approving documents. The company provides solutions for consumer portal protection, FFIEC compliance, identity management, Internet threat protection, SAFE biopharmaceutical compliance, and VPN authentication. It helps financial institutions, pharmaceutical companies, and e-shopping sites to prevent online fraud and identity theft. The company was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California with a technology center in Bangalore, India.

Plato Networks

Series C in 2009
Plato Networks, Inc. designs and delivers physical layer integrated circuits (ICs) for wireline and wireless applications. It offers PHY ICs for interconnections in computing, networking, and storage applications. The company also provides reference designs and evaluation kits for system original equipment manufacturers. Plato Networks, Inc. was founded in 1996 and is based in Santa Clara, California.

Ozmo Devices

Series D in 2010
Ozmo Devices develops Wi-Fi compatible communication technologies that deliver cost-effective wireless personal area network (WPAN) connectivity for battery-operated devices. Ozmo Devices's Wi-Fi Personal Area Network (Wi-Fi PAN) technology allows manufacturers to connect laptops, mobile phones and consumer electronic devices using Wi-Fi.

Symplified

Series A in 2008
Symplified is an Identity-as-a-Service-based hybrid platform offering user access to applications and helping meet compliance requirements. The company simplifies user access to applications, provides visibility and control over usage, and helps meet security and compliance requirements. Symplified delivers single sign-on, identity and access management, directory integration, centralized provisioning, strong authentication, mobile device support, and flexible deployment options. Unlike legacy IAM products or lightweight cloud-based offerings, Symplified allows convenient access to any cloud or on-premises application through a unified, customizable SSO portal and delivers a single-tenant identity control point, with no need to replicate sensitive user data to a third party, no “side-door” access to cloud applications and an enterprise-wide audit trail. With operations in Silicon Valley, the northeastern U.S., the Midwestern U.S., the United Kingdom, and EMEA, Symplified is headquartered in Boulder, Colorado.

Quantance

Series B in 2008
Quantance is a fabless semiconductor company enabling a major breakthrough in data speed and battery life in mobile devices. Quantance's patented RF technology enables users to transmit more signal power from their mobile devices and data cards, which enhances data performance without adversely impacting battery life or requiring any changes to wireless network infrastructure.

Auditude

Series B in 2011
Auditude is a leading video management and monetization technology company that helps content owners and aggregators grow their video revenues. The company's proprietary technology, Auditude Connect, is an innovative ad management system that allows premium video websites and content owners to manage their business requirements and ad serving needs around professional video. Auditude works with some of the largest names in online video as their ad serving and management platform. Clients include Comcast, Major League Baseball, MTV Networks, MySpace Music and Video, Universal Music Group and Yahoo!, among others. Auditude's executive and technology team is made up of talent from some of the world's most successful technology companies including DoubleClick, eBay, Google, PayPal, and Yahoo!, among others. Auditude is based in Palo Alto with offices in Los Angeles and New York City.

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.

Martini Media

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

DecisionView

Series C in 2007
DecisionView develops innovative web-based software solutions that enable life sciences organizations to improve clinical trial performance. The company helps organizations make informed decisions with predictive analytics and scenario modeling. With DecisionView, patient enrollment finishes on budget and on schedule and the products get to market faster.

Ozmo Devices

Series A in 2006
Ozmo Devices develops Wi-Fi compatible communication technologies that deliver cost-effective wireless personal area network (WPAN) connectivity for battery-operated devices. Ozmo Devices's Wi-Fi Personal Area Network (Wi-Fi PAN) technology allows manufacturers to connect laptops, mobile phones and consumer electronic devices using Wi-Fi.

HyTrust

Series C in 2013
HyTrust was founded by veterans in the enterprise infrastructure and security space who recognized early on not only that virtualization and the cloud were going to dramatically transform the data center, but also that security would be a critical inhibitor to cloud adoption. The mission behind HyTrust has always been to mitigate the risk of catastrophic data center failure and data breaches — especially in light of the concentration of risk that occurs within virtualized and cloud environments. Organizations can now confidently expand virtualization to mission critical applications and take full advantage of the cloud. HyTrust has assembled a world-class team of company builders and innovators and has earned venture backing from the biggest players in the next-generation datacenter: Cisco, VMware, Intel, Fortinet, and In-Q-Tel, the funding arm of the US intelligence community. Further venture investment has come from highly respected firms such as Trident Capital, Sway Ventures, Epic Ventures, Advanced Venture Partners and Granite Ventures.

Zeugma Systems

Series C in 2009
Zeugma Systems is a privately held telecommunications equipment supplier delivering open solutions that accelerate new service deployment for broadband service providers of all types. The Zeugma Services Node, a service delivery router (SDR), uniquely combines massive compute resources with next-generation capacity, service awareness, and subscriber awareness in a carrier-grade, fully redundant system. The result is a new class of equipment that enables service providers to: Rapidly prototype and launch new revenue-generating services and network behaviors, Identify and monitor session flows on a highly granular per-subscriber, per-service basis, Manage individual session flows in order to enforce policy-based quality of service (QOS), Develop applications, such as targeted ad insertion, that add value to individual session flows, Reduce the number and types of edge devices required to deliver high-value services while performing, standard broadband aggregation and subscriber management functions.

PSS Systems

Series D in 2008
PSS leads the industry with its visionary products. They anticipated the legal holds and retention problem years ahead of others and launched the Atlas Solution Suite two years before the FRCP changes. They have invested deeply for five years in creating solutions on the Atlas platform to meet evolving market needs. PSS is committed to advancing legal holds and retention practices across the industry through the Corporate Governance and Oversight Council, a corporate practitioners' community focused on retention, preservation and privacy.

Agilence, Inc.

Venture Round in 2015
Agilence Inc. is the industry leader in Next-Generation Exception-Based Reporting solutions for Retail Loss Prevention and Operations. Agilence develops Retail 20/20™, an intelligent store-level reporting solution that provides visibility into daily store operations to reduce fraud and increase efficiency. It was founded in 2006 and headquartered in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.

Pelican Imaging

Series C in 2013
Pelican Imaging Corporation is a venture-backed software start-up in the business of commercializing computational cameras for the smartphone market. The company is developing a new camera technology that directly addresses the challenges posed by conventional camera design and small pixels. Investors include Globespan Capital Partners, Granite Ventures, InterWest Partners, and IQT.

SPS Commerce

Series D in 2001
SPS Commerce gives retail trading partners an intelligent way to manage and fulfill orders. Based on a multi-tenant, SaaS model, SPS' services deliver greater functionality, integration and reliability with less cost and risk than traditional software.

Agilence, Inc.

Series C in 2014
Agilence Inc. is the industry leader in Next-Generation Exception-Based Reporting solutions for Retail Loss Prevention and Operations. Agilence develops Retail 20/20™, an intelligent store-level reporting solution that provides visibility into daily store operations to reduce fraud and increase efficiency. It was founded in 2006 and headquartered in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.

Mojo Networks, Inc.

Series C in 2007
The Future of Cloud WiFi At Mojo Networks, we are leading a revolution in cloud managed WiFi services and products for enterprise wireless. Existing architectures are antiquated. Controllers will soon be obsolete. We make it simple to move your massive enterprise WLAN to the cloud with automation and built-in scaling. Mojo's cloud WiFi platform is easy to deploy and intuitive to manage while also enabling advanced features like graphical troubleshooting, WiFi user analytics and social engagement. Above all, we continue to advance our widely acknowledged industry-leading security capabilities. We've secured the air and built our cloud designed for a new frontier of prolific connectivity. Prolific – We want seamless connectivity for everyone, everywhere, all the time. Manage your Mojo Networks WiFi products from anywhere in the world – no controllers required. Intuitive – Our access points and sensors are programmed out-of-the-box to automatically discover and connect to the Mojo Networks cloud wireless platform. Deployment and management is a piece of cake. Responsive – Most of the time the Mojo Networks cloud managed WiFi platform works like magic, but when it doesn’t, we respond immediately to do what’s right for our customers. Trustworthy – The credibility of our top-ranked wireless intrusion prevention system (WIPS) is proven every day from the highest levels of government to the infrastructure of developing nations. At Mojo Networks, we are obsessive with making our customers successful. We are committed to fearless creativity and partnering with others who share the same passion.

Convio

Series E in 2007
Software and services enabling non-profit organizations to raise funds, influence public policy and support their processes

Digital Fountain

Series C in 2000
As experts in broadcast and real-time data transport, Digital Fountain software optimizes the delivery of digital media over any network. Their technology eliminates the common limitations associated with digital media distribution solutions over both private and public networks, maximizing their customers' existing infrastructure investments, and enabling expanded revenue opportunities.

Vocera Communications

Venture Round in 2004
Vocera provides mobile communication solutions addressing critical communication challenges facing hospitals today. They help their customers improve patient safety and satisfaction, and increase hospital efficiency and productivity through their Voice Communication solution, Secure Messaging applications and Care Transition solutions. Exclusively endorsed by the American Hospital Association, the Vocera solutions are installed in more than 800 hospitals and healthcare facilities worldwide. The company is headquartered in San Jose, Calif., with offices in Tennessee, Canada and the United Kingdom.

Zeugma Systems

Series B in 2007
Zeugma Systems is a privately held telecommunications equipment supplier delivering open solutions that accelerate new service deployment for broadband service providers of all types. The Zeugma Services Node, a service delivery router (SDR), uniquely combines massive compute resources with next-generation capacity, service awareness, and subscriber awareness in a carrier-grade, fully redundant system. The result is a new class of equipment that enables service providers to: Rapidly prototype and launch new revenue-generating services and network behaviors, Identify and monitor session flows on a highly granular per-subscriber, per-service basis, Manage individual session flows in order to enforce policy-based quality of service (QOS), Develop applications, such as targeted ad insertion, that add value to individual session flows, Reduce the number and types of edge devices required to deliver high-value services while performing, standard broadband aggregation and subscriber management functions.

YottaMark, Inc.

Series D in 2012
YottaMark, Inc. provides the most secure and simple to deploy unit-level brand security and real-time channel intelligence solution in the market. YottaMark's powerful technology platform delivers effective product authentication and unit-level traceability to help brand owners increase consumer trust, build new levels of channel intelligence, and drive sales.

Navini Networks

Series D in 2004
Navini Networks provides portable, plug-n-play broadband wireless access solutions in the United States. Its pre-Mobile WiMAX solutions include The Ripwave MX product line comprising Ripwave MX portable products, such as base stations, modems, radio frequency combiners, and element management systems. Navini Networks, Inc. also provides Smart WiMAX, a mobile WiMAX with beamformed MIMO and smart beamforming technology for the broadband wireless market to deliver personal broadband to the mass market. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Richardson, Texas.

Movaris

Series C in 2006
Solutions that integrate and manage financial close and other governance, risk and compliance processes

HyTrust

Series D in 2015
HyTrust was founded by veterans in the enterprise infrastructure and security space who recognized early on not only that virtualization and the cloud were going to dramatically transform the data center, but also that security would be a critical inhibitor to cloud adoption. The mission behind HyTrust has always been to mitigate the risk of catastrophic data center failure and data breaches — especially in light of the concentration of risk that occurs within virtualized and cloud environments. Organizations can now confidently expand virtualization to mission critical applications and take full advantage of the cloud. HyTrust has assembled a world-class team of company builders and innovators and has earned venture backing from the biggest players in the next-generation datacenter: Cisco, VMware, Intel, Fortinet, and In-Q-Tel, the funding arm of the US intelligence community. Further venture investment has come from highly respected firms such as Trident Capital, Sway Ventures, Epic Ventures, Advanced Venture Partners and Granite Ventures.

HireVue

Series D in 2013
HireVue is transforming the way companies discover and hire the best talent with its AI-driven Hiring Intelligence platform. Combining predictive, validated industrial/organizational science with artificial intelligence allows recruiting professionals to augment human decision-making in the hiring process, delivering higher quality talent, faster. HireVue has hosted over six million interviews for more than 700 customers worldwide, including more than one-third of the Fortune 100 and leading brands such as Vodafone, Nike, Intel, Hilton, HealthSouth, Qantas and Carnival Cruise Lines.

Hobo Labs

Series A in 2014
Founded by successful entrepreneurs who created Rotten Tomatoes and Lithium, they believe in bringing the guild-mechanics that they love from PC games to the mobile platform. They want to make innovative games that they would want to play theirselves. And they believe the best games are the ones you can play with friends, so they are baking social into the core of what they do.

Anaplan

Series F in 2017
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.

Fulcrum Microsystems

Series D in 2007
Fulcrum Microsystems, Inc., a fabless semiconductor company, provides interconnect devices for storage, computing and networking backplane, and interconnect applications in the United States and internationally. The company’s products include FocalPoint, which includes Ethernet switch/router chips; ControlPoint Software Suite that comprises Ethernet bridging, switching, and routing software modules; and PivotPoint SPI-4.2 Interconnect Chip that provides interconnection packet and protocol processing resources on a line card. It serves the original equipment manufacturers. Fulcrum Microsystems, Inc., formerly known as Asynchronous Digital Design, was founded in 2000 and is based in Calabasas, California.

Skytide

Series A in 2005
Skytide enables leading content delivery and digital media providers to precisely measure and optimize the performance of their streaming video businesses. Our out-of-the-box reporting & analytics applications are built on top of Skytide's patented platform architecture, which processes massive amounts of highly diverse data and quickly turns it into actionable insights. Skytide Insight for Content Delivery Networks uses server-side log data to provide CDNs and IP video networks - and their customers and business partners - with deep insight into streaming media performance. Skytide for Video Players uses client-side log data captured directly from the video player, enabling a detailed understanding of quality of service (QoS) and viewer engagement metrics. Skytide is a privately held, venture-backed company founded in 2004 and headquartered in Oakland, California. Customers include: Accenture subsidiary, Origin Digital; British Telecom, Cisco; Clear Channel Communications; Comcast subsidiary, thePlatform; IBM; MTV Networks, Qwest and Telstra.

Smule, Inc.

Series E in 2014
Smule, Inc. develops music applications that enable users to create, discover, love, and enjoy music. It also operates a social platform that allows people using its application to create music together. Smule, Inc. was formerly known as SonicMule, Inc. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Sellpoints

Venture Round in 2008
Sellpoints is an e-commerce optimization platform that enables brands and retailers to engage consumers with targeted shopping experiences that help them make their desired purchase decision. Sellpoints enables brands to share their product stories on retail websites through interactive content experiences that engage, inform, and inspire shoppers. In addition, Sellpoints provides robust data and insights to help their clients make informed business decisions on how to optimize their product pages. The results are increased sales and a reduction in costly product returns. Sellpoints allows clients to fully enrich their SKUs with interactive content experiences that include marketing content such as videos, product tours, image galleries, 360 views, short animations, customer reviews, product comparison charts, and much more.

Pelican Imaging

Series C in 2013
Pelican Imaging Corporation is a venture-backed software start-up in the business of commercializing computational cameras for the smartphone market. The company is developing a new camera technology that directly addresses the challenges posed by conventional camera design and small pixels. Investors include Globespan Capital Partners, Granite Ventures, InterWest Partners, and IQT.

Above All Software

Series B in 2004
Above All Software (formerly BAM Software) is pioneering point-and-click software that enables the rapid assembly of composite applications that are based on existing information resources such as enterprise applications, legacy systems and database procedures. With no programming and no changes to existing systems, both business and technical users can assemble solutions that integrate critical business functions like sales, finance and manufacturing.

Agilence, Inc.

Series B in 2008
Agilence Inc. is the industry leader in Next-Generation Exception-Based Reporting solutions for Retail Loss Prevention and Operations. Agilence develops Retail 20/20™, an intelligent store-level reporting solution that provides visibility into daily store operations to reduce fraud and increase efficiency. It was founded in 2006 and headquartered in Mount Laurel, New Jersey.

HomePoint

Series A in 1999
HomePointAdvantage Network, which acts as an online marketplace connecting retailers and manufacturers. This network gives retailers the ability to process online orders with manufacturers and gain access to inventory and product data. Manufacturers gain benefits such as: reduced errors in order processing, market research on consumers and coordinated advertising and promotions.

Sirna Therapeutics

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

Ozmo Devices

Series C in 2009
Ozmo Devices develops Wi-Fi compatible communication technologies that deliver cost-effective wireless personal area network (WPAN) connectivity for battery-operated devices. Ozmo Devices's Wi-Fi Personal Area Network (Wi-Fi PAN) technology allows manufacturers to connect laptops, mobile phones and consumer electronic devices using Wi-Fi.

Convio

Series B in 2001
Software and services enabling non-profit organizations to raise funds, influence public policy and support their processes

Survios, Inc.

Series A in 2014
Survios is a virtual reality company that creates groundbreaking interactive content powered by cutting edge immersive technology. It is composed of a team of dreamers, makers, artists, thinkers, and gamers. It's focus is all about engaging games., immersive tech and unparalleled presence. Nathan Burba, James Iliff and Alexander Silkin launched Project Holodeck as an interdisciplinary effort at the University of Southern California’s Games program. From Project Holodeck they founded Survios, and continue to focus on virtual reality gaming and immersive technology.

Marqeta, Inc.

Private Equity Round in 2020
Marqeta is a modern card issuing platform that provides infrastructure and tools to help companies build and manage payment programs. With its open API, the Marqeta platform is designed for businesses that want a simple and tailored way of managing payment programs so that they can create experiences and power new modes of commerce. Marqeta is headquartered in Oakland, California. It operates in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia and is certified to process payments in 10 countries in APAC.

Connected Corporation

Venture Round in 2001
Connected Corporation is the leading provider of storage software for automated protection, archiving and recovery of distributed data.

Oversight Systems

Venture Round in 2009
Founded in 2003, Oversight Systems, Inc. is a privately-held, Atlanta-based software company whose continuous transaction monitoring solutions help Fortune 500 companies in a variety of industries solve problems related to governance, risk and compliance. Oversight Systems is anchored by a team of professionals who have helped to commercialize network and operating system security; who have secured the largest financial networks in the world; and who have helped to audit some of the most sensitive and mission-critical applications in the world. The Oversight team has revolutionized the way Management, Boards, Auditors, and Shareholders approach ongoing regulatory compliance and the underlying costs and benefits.

Smule, Inc.

Series C in 2009
Smule, Inc. develops music applications that enable users to create, discover, love, and enjoy music. It also operates a social platform that allows people using its application to create music together. Smule, Inc. was formerly known as SonicMule, Inc. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California.

TuVox

Series B in 2003
Speech application solutions and contact center solutions for inbound and outbound calls

Lamina

Series C in 2006
Lamina, a Westhampton, N.J.-based LED developer.

AvantGo

Venture Round in 2000
AvantGo, Inc. provides software and services that enable and enhance the use of Internet-based content and corporate intranets to mobile devices, including personal digital assistants and Internet-enabled phones. The company licenses its AvantGo M-Business Server products and AvantGo mobile applications products to help its customers provide their employees, customers, suppliers, and business affiliates with easy access to business information. The AvantGo Mobile Internet service allows individuals to access Internet-based content and applications, and gives content providers and other businesses a new medium for reaching and interacting with new and existing customers. In February 2002, AvantGo was chosen by Microsoft for the participation in the Microsoft Mobility Partner Advisory Council. AvantGo provides solutions for the Microsoft Windows Powered Pocket PC 2002.

AlterEgo Networks

Series B in 2000
AlterEgo Networks Inc. is the provider of Adaptive Network Services™ for the wireless Internet. The company's powerful nationwide network of distributed servers adapt and distribute rich, customized web content and applications at high speeds to users accessing the Internet via a variety of wireless and connected devices, including PDAs, cell phones, pagers, mobile laptops and a range of Internet appliances.

Digital Fountain

Series D in 2001
As experts in broadcast and real-time data transport, Digital Fountain software optimizes the delivery of digital media over any network. Their technology eliminates the common limitations associated with digital media distribution solutions over both private and public networks, maximizing their customers' existing infrastructure investments, and enabling expanded revenue opportunities.

HomePoint

Series B in 2000
HomePointAdvantage Network, which acts as an online marketplace connecting retailers and manufacturers. This network gives retailers the ability to process online orders with manufacturers and gain access to inventory and product data. Manufacturers gain benefits such as: reduced errors in order processing, market research on consumers and coordinated advertising and promotions.

PowerGenix

Funding Round in 2008
PowerGenix develops and manufactures nickel-zinc rechargeable batteries and chargers for power-intensive electronics, toys, power tools, and hybrid electric vehicles. The company’s products are used in cordless power tools, UPS systems, electric scooters, specialty military equipment, and high-intensity DC lighting; military starting, lighting, and ignition vehicles; silent watches; equipment actuation; hybrid-electric propulsion systems; and consumer electronic devices and batteries. It supplies its products to original equipment manufacturers globally. PowerGenix was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in San Diego, California, United States with an additional manufacturing facility in Shenzhen, China.

Biz360

Venture Round in 2007
Biz360, Inc. is an information-services company focused on transforming information to help businesses make better decisions. They use technology to aggregate, measure and analyze news media and consumer opinion information from a vast amount of traditional and social media sources (i.e. print, broadcast, websites, blogs and message boards) to yield invaluable insights which enable marketing and media executives to better understand, reach and motivate their target audiences. Biz360 is distinguished by its broad, global network of content sources, superior leading-edge analytical expertise and outstanding service & support — which enables us to deliver to their clients the most accurate, relevant and insightful information/metrics in the most flexible, consumable formats.

Above All Software

Venture Round in 2005
Above All Software (formerly BAM Software) is pioneering point-and-click software that enables the rapid assembly of composite applications that are based on existing information resources such as enterprise applications, legacy systems and database procedures. With no programming and no changes to existing systems, both business and technical users can assemble solutions that integrate critical business functions like sales, finance and manufacturing.

HireVue

Series B in 2010
HireVue is transforming the way companies discover and hire the best talent with its AI-driven Hiring Intelligence platform. Combining predictive, validated industrial/organizational science with artificial intelligence allows recruiting professionals to augment human decision-making in the hiring process, delivering higher quality talent, faster. HireVue has hosted over six million interviews for more than 700 customers worldwide, including more than one-third of the Fortune 100 and leading brands such as Vodafone, Nike, Intel, Hilton, HealthSouth, Qantas and Carnival Cruise Lines.

Empowered Careers

Series A in 2011
As a pioneer in mobile education technology, Empowered Careers works tirelessly in developing and implementing innovative mobile technology products to accommodate evolving academic trends and student needs. Our technology solutions are designed for anytime, anywhere learning, while maintaining the highest quality content that prestigious universities and organizations demand.

USA Digital Radio

Private Equity Round in 2000
USA Digital Radio is a developer of digital audio broadcast technology or iDABTM.

Smule, Inc.

Series G in 2016
Smule, Inc. develops music applications that enable users to create, discover, love, and enjoy music. It also operates a social platform that allows people using its application to create music together. Smule, Inc. was formerly known as SonicMule, Inc. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Pelican Imaging

Series B in 2010
Pelican Imaging Corporation is a venture-backed software start-up in the business of commercializing computational cameras for the smartphone market. The company is developing a new camera technology that directly addresses the challenges posed by conventional camera design and small pixels. Investors include Globespan Capital Partners, Granite Ventures, InterWest Partners, and IQT.

Bunchball inc.

Series B in 2008
Bunchball is the market leader and visionary in gamification. Bunchball enables organizations to improve business performance throughout their ecosystem by creating highly active and loyal customers, employees, and partners. Bunchball’s comprehensive suite of innovative cloud-based solutions empowers companies to engage and motivate, leading to improved employee productivity, customer loyalty, audience engagement, and ROI. Bunchball’s world-class customers include Adobe, HP, Cisco, MTV, Comcast, LiveOps, VMware and Hasbro. Based in Silicon Valley, Bunchball's investors include Granite Ventures, Triangle Peak Partners, Northport Investments, and Correlation Ventures. For more information, visit www.bunchball.com, our blog at www.gamification.com, or follow @bunchball.

Kitu Systems, Inc.

Seed Round in 2010
Kitu Systems develops smart energy and home automation software for OEM product manufacturers and semiconductor vendors. It offers wireless and wired network solutions for smart meters, lighting controls, wireless to wired bridges, in-home displays, network USB plugs, thermostats water heater and pool pumps, load controllers, white goods communications modules, solar panel communications modules, and electric vehicle battery charger communications modules. Its solutions create an upper layer that integrates a wired and wireless mesh, which is managed as a single network. The company also provides consulting services for building applications and businesses. Kitu Systems was incorporated in 2007 and is based in Campbell, California.

Plumtree Software

Venture Round in 2000
Develops and markets software that facilitates the deployment of web applications

Workboard

Seed Round in 2014
WorkBoard Inc. provides an OKR software and expertise platform to help organizations and the people in them to achieve better results. It offers WorkBoard Enterprise Results Platform, which enables companies to localize company objectives to teams, align on outcomes, measure results, coordinate actions, manage meetings, and align execution across the business. The company was founded in 2013 and is based in Redwood City, California.

Airspace

Seed Round in 2016
Airspace Systems designs, develops, and builds specialized drones. Its products solve meaningful problems that impact the world. Its teams are from the some of the best companies in the world. And we are backed by an amazing group of investors and advisors. Airspace Systems is the only drone security solution capable of identifying, tracking, and autonomously removing rogue drones from the sky. Its hardware and software are purpose-built for this challenge—and get better with every mission—so that users can protect their airspace with the tap of a finger.

NetCell

Venture Round in 2004
NetCell is a privately held fabless semiconductor company that develops host adapter storage acceleration silicon devices for the ATA and SATA host bus adapter, server, PC, workstation and embedded storage markets. Using a unique patented architecture for writing and reading from multiple disk drives in parallel, NetCell enables a new class of storage product that advances the state of the art for mainstream hard drive storage applications, delivering enterprise-class reliability with better performance, lower cost, and plug-and-play simplicity. Storage products based on NetCell's technology will be aimed at next-generation entertainment PCs and graphics workstations used in digital media-intensive applications with rigorous performance demands. For more information please visit www.netcell.com.

TuVox

Series D in 2007
Speech application solutions and contact center solutions for inbound and outbound calls

Martini Media

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

Telltale Games

Series C in 2011
Telltale is the first and only digital publisher to release interactive episodic content on a monthly schedule. Their award-winning internal development studio is responsible for creating landmark episodic content, including Tales of Monkey Island, the Sam & Max series, Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People, and Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventure. Telltale currently develops and publishes episodic series on PC, Wii™, and Xbox 360™, with plans to expand to additional platforms and channels this year.

Biz360

Series B in 2001
Biz360, Inc. is an information-services company focused on transforming information to help businesses make better decisions. They use technology to aggregate, measure and analyze news media and consumer opinion information from a vast amount of traditional and social media sources (i.e. print, broadcast, websites, blogs and message boards) to yield invaluable insights which enable marketing and media executives to better understand, reach and motivate their target audiences. Biz360 is distinguished by its broad, global network of content sources, superior leading-edge analytical expertise and outstanding service & support — which enables us to deliver to their clients the most accurate, relevant and insightful information/metrics in the most flexible, consumable formats.

Entertainment Media Works

Series B in 2007
Entertainment Media Works, Inc. provides business solutions to various players in the product integration value chain helping to create an interactive marketplace. Its online solutions facilitate the identification of products, shopping for products, and sharing products through Internet based communities and collaborative online applications. The company offers C4 Platform, which is designed to automatically create and manage E-commerce links for various products within the system.

Smule, Inc.

Series D in 2011
Smule, Inc. develops music applications that enable users to create, discover, love, and enjoy music. It also operates a social platform that allows people using its application to create music together. Smule, Inc. was formerly known as SonicMule, Inc. The company was founded in 2008 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Ozmo Devices

Venture Round in 2012
Ozmo Devices develops Wi-Fi compatible communication technologies that deliver cost-effective wireless personal area network (WPAN) connectivity for battery-operated devices. Ozmo Devices's Wi-Fi Personal Area Network (Wi-Fi PAN) technology allows manufacturers to connect laptops, mobile phones and consumer electronic devices using Wi-Fi.

LucidWorks, Inc.

Private Equity Round in 2012
LucidWorks, Inc. offers AI powered search engine software. It offers Lucidworks Fusion, a platform that provides fusion server, fusion artificial intelligence, fusion app studio; artificial intelligence powered search that provides augmented intelligence, machine learning, clustering, query analysis, signals, faceted search, indexing, hyper personalization; enterprise solution that provides digital workplace, digital commerce, and search engine replacement. It serves clients in ecommerce, financial services, telecommunication, and publishing industries in the United States and internationally. LucidWorks, Inc. was formerly known as Lucid Imagination, Inc. LucidWorks, Inc. was founded in 2007 and is based in San Francisco, California.

LucidWorks, Inc.

Series A in 2009
LucidWorks, Inc. offers AI powered search engine software. It offers Lucidworks Fusion, a platform that provides fusion server, fusion artificial intelligence, fusion app studio; artificial intelligence powered search that provides augmented intelligence, machine learning, clustering, query analysis, signals, faceted search, indexing, hyper personalization; enterprise solution that provides digital workplace, digital commerce, and search engine replacement. It serves clients in ecommerce, financial services, telecommunication, and publishing industries in the United States and internationally. LucidWorks, Inc. was formerly known as Lucid Imagination, Inc. LucidWorks, Inc. was founded in 2007 and is based in San Francisco, California.