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Chrysalis ITS

Venture Round in 2000
Chrysalis-ITS, Inc. was a provider of encryption subsystems for the network security industry focused on Certification Authority, Secure Virtual Private Network and SSL/SET hardware. Through its Luna technology, the company was uniquely positioned to deliver hardware encryption products which enhanced the trust and performance of enterprise networks. Chrysalis-ITS offerings included the leading certificate authority hardware security product, Luna CA, a secure digital signature and authentication encryption token, Luna 2, and the industry’s top performing IPSec accelerator, Luna VPN. Chrysalis-ITS’ advanced cryptographic technology is used in some of the most widely known enterprise security solutions from IBM, Netscape, Verisign, Digital Signature Trust, Entrust and Checkpoint Technologies Inc.

Neuromed Pharmaceuticals

Series D in 2006
Neuromed Pharmaceuticals is focused on the development, production, and marketing of pain therapies in Canada and the United States. Neuromed Pharmaceuticals was acquired by Zalicus in December 2009. Neuromed Pharmaceuticals was founded in 1998 and is based in Vancouver, Canada.

Protiva Biotherapeutics

Series C in 2006
Protiva Biotherapeutics, Inc., a development stage biotechnology company, develops nucleic acid based pharmaceutical products. The company focuses on developing products to fight various human diseases, such as cancer, influenza, Ebola, inflammatory diseases, and chronic viral infections. Its products include Pro 1, a tumor cell growth inhibitor, which kills tumor cells and inhibits tumor growth; Pro-101, an siRNA product that acts to inhibit the production of a protein involved in tumor growth; Pro-B, which acts to inhibit the expression of a protein, apolipoprotein B; Pro-EBOV and Pro-MARV that act to inhibit the replication of the Ebola and Marburg viruses; and Stable Nucleic-Acid Lipid Particle technology, an encapsulation and delivery system for nucleic acid payloads, such as short interfering RNA (siRNA), to target cells. The company also develops Hepatitis siRNA products for the treatment of hepatitis B and C. Protiva Biotherapeutics, Inc. has a research and development facility in Vancouver, Canada. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Seattle, Washington. As of May 30, 2008, Protiva Biotherapeutics, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Tekmira Pharmaceuticals Corp.

Neuromed Pharmaceuticals

Series B in 2001
Neuromed Pharmaceuticals is focused on the development, production, and marketing of pain therapies in Canada and the United States. Neuromed Pharmaceuticals was acquired by Zalicus in December 2009. Neuromed Pharmaceuticals was founded in 1998 and is based in Vancouver, Canada.

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.

Paymentus

Venture Round in 2007
Founded in 2004, Paymentus provides a payment network that allows consumers to pay billing companies in real-time via any funding method. It offers a cloud-resident, tier 1 PCI-compliant solution. The company also provides solutions for revenue management, customer self-service, communication management, and electronic bill presentment. It serves the utilities, municipality, healthcare, insurance, and financial services industries. Paymentus is based in Atlanta, Georgia, United States.

Covarity

Venture Round in 2009
Covarity, Inc. develops and delivers online post-origination commercial loan monitoring and analysis solutions for financial institutions that offer working capital lending products. It offers borrower tracking and notification, client portal, borrowing base analysis, financial analysis, financial document parser, portfolio reporting, and fraud indicator solutions to manage a commercial loan portfolio. The company monitors small to large commercial loan portfolios requiring reviews of collateral and financials; and provides insight and control that lenders needed to grow their portfolio, as well as reduce risk and enhance client service. It serves banks and credit unions, and other lenders in Canada. Covarity, Inc. was founded in 1999 and is based in Kitchener, Canada.

CELLFOR

Series C in 2005
CellFor is the world's leading independent supplier of high technology seedlings to the global forest industry. Using plant biotechnology, which is the use of biological processes to manufacture products, CellFor identifies and produces genetically superior conifer seedlings without genetic modification.

SiGe Semiconductor

Venture Round in 2007
SiGe Semiconductor, Inc., a fabless semiconductor company, designs and offers radio frequency (RF) integrated circuits and multi-chip modules for wireless consumer electronics market. It offers wireless LAN front end modules, dual band front end modules, and discrete power amplifiers; WiMAX power amplifiers/front end modules and transceivers; GPS radio ICs and GPS receivers; and Bluetooth power amplifiers. The company, through a network of distributors, offers its RF solutions to computing, home entertainment, and mobile device applications in the consumer electronics markets in Asia, Europe, the Middle-East, and North America.

OneChip Photonics

Series A in 2009
OneChip Photonics builds optical transceiver chips for mass applications. They have developed the only integrated fiber to the home transceiver, aiming to lower costs and increase performance.

Librestream Technologies Inc.

Venture Round in 2008
Librestream Technologies Inc. develops the operations-driven video collaboration solution for enterprises. With its patented Onsight video collaboration solution, Librestream extends traditional video-conferencing and collaborative services to places previously unreachable by video such as an off-shore oil rig or a manufacturing plant floor. Collaborators across multiple locations can use a combination of Onsight software and camera devices to interact through live video, voice, image sharing and onscreen telestration. Industries as diverse as manufacturing, energy, healthcare, insurance, and government sectors are using Librestream’s Onsight solution to connect their ecosystem of employees, suppliers, and customers. These enterprises achieve cost-efficiencies resulting from accelerated problem resolution, reductions in downtimes and travel, improvements in customer service and increased productivity. To learn more about the company, its products and services, visit the website at www.librestream.com, email information@librestream.com or call 1.800.849.5507 (NA) / +1.204.487.0612 (Intl).

Morega Systems Inc.

Series B in 2010
Morega Systems Inc. is a software and consumer product company with advanced media mobility solutions for the digital home. Utilizing advanced transcoding, transcrypting and QoS aware streaming capabilities, Morega provides a complete solution for premium service operators and hardware vendors with high value applications such as side-loading, place-shifting and targeted ad insertion. Morega is dedicated to creating rich, new, media experiences for consumers through the introduction of innovative consumer products, software and applications that enable seamless content mobility for both premium and personal media content.

SWITCH Materials

Series B in 2010
SWITCH Materials Inc. designs smart window solutions for automotive applications for OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers. It serves lower emissions, electric vehicles, customer impact, and custom solar management applications. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Burnaby, Canada.

Mixpo, Inc.

Series B in 2009
Mixpo provides the best video advertising solutions for Media Companies and Agencies. We have the most advanced cross screen capabilities, most responsive and reliable technology and service, and the broadest and deepest data insights. We furnish Big Data insights including ad verification and campaign performance segmented by DMA, audience, and mobile device.

ascentify

Venture Round in 2005
Ascentify is a developer of technology to support the delivery of Learning Media to a variety of audiences. As the designer of the neuroLanguage Practice Platform, the company has been involved in many educational application projects around the world, with a goal of improving the effectiveness of the programs training outcomes, often with audiences who have low language or reading abilities. Ascentify is backed by GrowthWorks, one of Canada's leading venture capital management companies
Copperleaf provides decision analytics to companies managing critical infrastructure. Our enterprise software solutions leverage operational and financial data to help our clients make investment decisions that deliver the highest business value. In 2016, Canadian Business magazine named Copperleaf one of Canada’s top 20 Fastest-Growing Software Companies. Copperleaf is a member of The Institute of Asset Management (IAM) and actively participates in shaping the future of asset management standards, including ISO 55000. Headquartered in Vancouver, our solutions are distributed and supported by regional staff and partners worldwide. We are committed to building a better world, one decision at a time.

PerspecSys, Inc. Canada

Series A in 2011
PerspecSys provides privacy, residency and security solutions for the cloud. Backed by leading venture capital funds, PerspecSys’ Cloud Protection Gateway solutions permit cloud applications to be easily adopted throughout the enterprise. With PerspecSys, sensitive data never leaves a company’s control, eliminating the risks of data transfer, processing, and storage so organizations can realize the benefits of mission-critical cloud computing services.

Aegera Therapeutics

Series C in 2006
Aegera Therapeutics is a clinical stage biotechnology company focused on developing targeted therapeutics to address major unmet medical needs. Aegera has three programs in clinical development, two for oncology and one for neuropathic pain. Aegera is also dedicated to identifying novel development candidates based upon its core technologies and internal expertise and experience in rapidly moving lead candidates through preclinical development and into clinical trials.

BTI Systems

Series D in 2007
BTI delivers solutions that transform the economics, performance and innovation of global networks through intelligent networking software and systems. Leading content, cloud and service providers choose BTI to drive improved operational efficiencies and profitably deliver high-value services to businesses and consumers around the globe. With more than 380 customers, BTI is headquartered in North America, and operates regional sales, marketing, and R&D centers of excellence throughout the world.

xkoto

Series C in 2009
Founded in 2005, xkoto's technology platform enables the replication and virtualization of data. The GRIDSCALE Database Load Balancer manages a geographic grid of standard, commercial databases, making them appear virtually as a single local database so that applications become continuously available and horizontally scalable. Through its proven disruptive technology, xkoto currently empowers SMBs and Fortune 100 companies to decrease costs and increase utilization. Recently named one of Deloitte's 2007 Companies-to-Watch, xkoto's technology partners include IBM, Microsoft, Novell, Sun Microsystems and Sybase. xkoto is based in Toronto and Boston.

NowPublic

Series A in 2007
Brownbag is a customer-centric destination for users to find and discover virtually anything they would want to know about the products they use, satisfy their daily needs by giving them more of what they want – wide selection, low prices, fast and reliable delivery, quality control, and a trusted and convenient experience; and provide sellers with a world-class e-commerce platform.

NowPublic

Series A in 2007
Brownbag is a customer-centric destination for users to find and discover virtually anything they would want to know about the products they use, satisfy their daily needs by giving them more of what they want – wide selection, low prices, fast and reliable delivery, quality control, and a trusted and convenient experience; and provide sellers with a world-class e-commerce platform.

gShift

Series A in 2011
gShift is an enterprise SEO, Web presence analytics and content performance platform designed to help agency and brand marketers optimize, monitor and report on the performance of their multi-channel owned, earned and paid campaigns from search through to conversion. gShift’s software infrastructure has been collecting and storing web presence data since 2009. More than 10,000 brands in 24 countries benefit from gShift’s insight data and software, as they optimize their time to improve the discoverability and the sharing of their content. gShift placed 29th on the PROFIT HOT 50.

Enovex

Venture Round in 2012
Enovex Technology Ltd. designs and develops greenhouse gas capture system that targets cleaning of carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and water. Enovex Technology Ltd. was founded in 2009 and is based in Saint John, Canada.

Hy-Power Nano

Seed Round in 2011
Hy-Power Nano Inc. engages in research and development of nano-based insulating coatings which have infra-red blocking properties that keep heat outside in summer and inside during winter.

IntroHive, Inc.

Series B in 2015
Introhive offers a SaaS platform that helps organizations increase revenues and improve customer experience management. Its platform brings relationship intelligence into CRM with data automation and sales acceleration. The company also provides an enterprise relationship management (ERM) solution that helps get relationship insights and boost productivity. It was founded in 2012 by Jody Glidden and Stewart Walchli and is based in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

Trigence

Series B in 2007
Trigence Semiconductor, Inc. operates as an audio IC design and solution provider. The company offers digital audio products, such as Digital Speaker Module that include speakers, enclosures, connectors, FPCs, audio DSPs, and interfaces to simplify development for PC, tablet, and smartphone required audio functionality; and digital speaker drivers, USBs, and evaluation boards for the consumer and IT markets. It provides products for applications in computer and laptop, headsets, sound-bar, and Bluetooth speaker. The company offers its products through distributors. Trigence Semiconductor, Inc. was founded in 2006 and is based in Tokyo, Japan with offices in Japan, the United States, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.

HIGHLINEvc

Pre Seed Round in 2016
HIGHLINE is a Pre-Seed investor & Acceleration Platform that helps digital startups get follow-on capital, backed by leading VCs with offices in Vancouver & Toronto. We believe in providing our founders with far more than capital. Yet unlike most accelerators, we have no rigid start/end dates throughout the year. By joining the HIGHLINE family, you get to call on us for advice on an ongoing basis, gain access to our premium network and monthly founder events. We’ll do our best to help with fundraising challenges and partner with incubators to help deliver specialized programming. [Growlab Ventures](https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/growlab-ventures) and [Extreme Startups](https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/extreme-startups) have merged to create HIGHLINEvc as of August 2014.

xkoto

Series B in 2007
Founded in 2005, xkoto's technology platform enables the replication and virtualization of data. The GRIDSCALE Database Load Balancer manages a geographic grid of standard, commercial databases, making them appear virtually as a single local database so that applications become continuously available and horizontally scalable. Through its proven disruptive technology, xkoto currently empowers SMBs and Fortune 100 companies to decrease costs and increase utilization. Recently named one of Deloitte's 2007 Companies-to-Watch, xkoto's technology partners include IBM, Microsoft, Novell, Sun Microsystems and Sybase. xkoto is based in Toronto and Boston.

Neuromed Pharmaceuticals

Series C in 2003
Neuromed Pharmaceuticals is focused on the development, production, and marketing of pain therapies in Canada and the United States. Neuromed Pharmaceuticals was acquired by Zalicus in December 2009. Neuromed Pharmaceuticals was founded in 1998 and is based in Vancouver, Canada.

ClearRisk

Venture Round in 2021
ClearRisk is the Online Source for Risk Management Solutions. It offers three products to help an organization better manage it's risk. ClearRiskManager: Online platform that supplies the tools and guides the formalization of a Risk Management Plan. ClearRiskTracker: Provides the mid-market with affordable software to manange claims, exposures, litigation, incidents and insurance polices. ClearRiskTrainer: A five module online training course for business peole wanting to improve on their formal risk management knowledge.

SiberCore Technologies

Series C in 2001
SiberCore Technologies Incorporated is a pure-play, Internet IC company developing high-value-added Application Specific Standard Products (ASSPs) for intelligent hardware-based switching and routing platforms, such as Gigabit / Terabit Routers and Layer 2 / 3 / 4 Ethernet Switches. The company's initial products are a family of high-speed high-capacity packet forwarding engines based on Content Addressable Memories (CAM technology) which overcome the performance bottleneck associated with the network's routing table look-up function. This emerging market has been created by the demands of the explosion in datacom traffic, coupled with the worldwide deployment of fiber optics and DWDM. These broadband deployments have shifted the bottleneck from the Access and Transport section of the network, to the Routers and Switches connecting to these pipes. The company's founding technical team gained industry-wide recognition for its world-class design expertise in this area at Nortel Networks. A veteran Executive team in all the functional divisions of the company supplements this preeminent technical team.

NxtPhase

Venture Round in 2001
NxtPhase develops, manufactures, and markets optical sensor and digital solutions for the electric power industry. The company’s products include optical current and voltage sensors; and opto-electronic modules that provide signal processing electronics for voltage and current transducers. NxtPhase was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

Spotwave Wireless

Venture Round in 2006
Spotwave provides carrier-approved, indoor wireless coverage solutions; giving you reliable, "always-on" wireless coverage indoors. They offer wireless carriers and enterprise customers a simple, affordable, effective way to ensure wireless devices have great coverage indoors, where they are used the most. The benefits of Spotwave's products for both their enterprise and business customers, and for carriers are clear.

Colligo Networks Inc.

Series A in 2002
Enterprise-strength email management and document management solutions for Microsoft SharePoint Colligo Networks is the leader in email and document management solutions for Microsoft SharePoint. Enterprises that use SharePoint rely on Colligo's award-winning solution suite to improve collaboration, increase productivity, and mitigate corporate risk. Featuring seamless integration with Microsoft Outlook and Windows Explorer, Colligo drives SharePoint adoption by making it easy to tag, find, store, and share SharePoint content in familiar ways, regardless of device, connectivity, or SharePoint location. Colligo's email and document management solutions for SharePoint are used by over 4800 organizations in 55 countries, with Global 500 customers including Microsoft, Kraft Foods, General Motors, and Siemens. Colligo Networks is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner.

EQO

Series A in 2006
Like most other players in this space, EQO helps save you money on long distance calls by bridging long distance calls over cheaper IP lines. What essentially happens is that your phone an EQO server on a local number, which transfers your call onto cheaper data lines across the internet, and then hops back onto standard phone lines and through another local number to the callee. The call only costs you minutes from your phone plan and the data cost for the VOIP line which runs 95-98% less than standard calling rates. Callers will store value for phone calls in EQO credits. However, calling another EQO user is free.

Sysomos Inc.

Seed Round in 2008
Sysomos offers social media monitoring and analytics products that give corporations, marketers, public relations agencies and advertisers the intelligence and insight needed to make smarter business and strategic decisions. The Sysomos platform brings business intelligence to social media, giving you instant and unlimited access to all social media conversations so you can quickly see what's happening, why it's happening, and who's driving the conversations. Through the use of contextual text analytics and data mining technology Sysomos collects billions of social media conversations from blogs, Twitter, social networks, messages, boards, wikis and a growing number of major new sources.

BumpTop

Seed Round in 2008
BumpTop provides users with a personalized desktop interface that they are able to customize.

ClearRisk

Venture Round in 2013
ClearRisk is the Online Source for Risk Management Solutions. It offers three products to help an organization better manage it's risk. ClearRiskManager: Online platform that supplies the tools and guides the formalization of a Risk Management Plan. ClearRiskTracker: Provides the mid-market with affordable software to manange claims, exposures, litigation, incidents and insurance polices. ClearRiskTrainer: A five module online training course for business peole wanting to improve on their formal risk management knowledge.

Bootup Labs

Seed Round in 2008
Bootup Labs is a startup accelerator in Vancouver, BC that helps founders and companies go "from zero to fundable." Bootup Labs recruits promising entrepreneurs and provides mentorship, ongoing support, investment and office space to help define their business and secure venture financing.

Lymbix, Inc.

Venture Round in 2011
Lymbix, Inc. develops real-time sentiment analytics technologies. The company specializes in products relating to the emotion of text-based communication. It offers ToneCheck, a solution for sentiment analysis, tone analysis, entity extraction, and topic discovery; Measure.ly, a content marketing analytics solution that bridges the gap between the missing social media efforts and content marketing; and ToneCheck that alerts the people of negative sentiment in their message before they press send. The company also offers TweetTone, which analyzes the emotion behind the conversations on Twitter; Benchmark21, which provides benchmark conversion rates for various industries; and Measurely Dashboard and Measurely Report Engine that provides data and insights for various industries. In addition, it offers LymbixAPI, a sentiment analytics solution; and support services. Lymbix, Inc. was founded in 2009 and is headquartered in Moncton, Canada.

Protiva Biotherapeutics

Venture Round in 2007
Protiva Biotherapeutics, Inc., a development stage biotechnology company, develops nucleic acid based pharmaceutical products. The company focuses on developing products to fight various human diseases, such as cancer, influenza, Ebola, inflammatory diseases, and chronic viral infections. Its products include Pro 1, a tumor cell growth inhibitor, which kills tumor cells and inhibits tumor growth; Pro-101, an siRNA product that acts to inhibit the production of a protein involved in tumor growth; Pro-B, which acts to inhibit the expression of a protein, apolipoprotein B; Pro-EBOV and Pro-MARV that act to inhibit the replication of the Ebola and Marburg viruses; and Stable Nucleic-Acid Lipid Particle technology, an encapsulation and delivery system for nucleic acid payloads, such as short interfering RNA (siRNA), to target cells. The company also develops Hepatitis siRNA products for the treatment of hepatitis B and C. Protiva Biotherapeutics, Inc. has a research and development facility in Vancouver, Canada. The company was founded in 2000 and is based in Seattle, Washington. As of May 30, 2008, Protiva Biotherapeutics, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Tekmira Pharmaceuticals Corp.

Virtual Expert Clinics

Venture Round in 2006
Virtual Expert Clinics develops online educational therapy supports for schools and districts to educate students with developmental disorders in Canada and the United States. It offers AutismPro, a subscription-based online program that guides parents, therapists, and teachers to design, build, and manage educational therapeutic programs for children with autism. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Fredericton, Canada with an additional office in Denver, Colorado.

Sirific Wireless

Series C in 2007
Sirific Wireless is a semiconductor company, designs and develops CMOS RF HEDGE transceivers for wireless communications market. The company offers monolithic multi-mode wireless design and digital direct conversion products; Harmony-direct upconversion transmitters; and NEXUS products, NexusRD. Its NEXUS platform combines HSDPA, WCDMA, EDGE, GPRS, and GSM with available on-chip receive diversity to deliver transceivers for multi-mode and multi-band wireless applications. The company has locations in Waterloo, Canada; Richardson, Texas; and Seoul, Korea. Sirific Wireless Limited was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Richardson, Texas with additional offices in the United States, Canada, and Korea.

Redlen Technologies

Venture Round in 2010
Redlen Technologies is a leading manufacturer of high resolution Cadmium Zinc Telluride (CZT) semiconductor radiation detectors which are enabling a new generation of high performance detection and imaging equipment including Nuclear Cardiology, CT Scanning, Baggage Scanning and Dirty Bomb Detection. Having successfully pioneered a breakthrough production process for manufacturing advanced CZT semiconductor wafers with its proprietary Traveling Heater Method (THM) technology, Redlen is revolutionizing the performance, cost and availability of radiation detection and imaging – enabling the widespread adoption of this technology for the medical and security markets. The company also offers an advanced thin film solar Cadmium Telluride (CdTe) feedstock product, delivering volume quantities of high purity, high performance semiconductor material to the Thin Film Solar Photovoltaic (PV) market. With its industry-leading CZT growth technology, pioneered by a management and technical team that is deeply rooted in semiconductor and imaging technology, Redlen is changing the landscape for high performance, cost effective radiation-based medical and security imaging equipment.

Celator Pharmaceuticals

Series D in 2010
Celator Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, develops therapies to treat cancer. The company focuses on CombiPlex, a drug ratio technology platform that enables to the development of combination therapies. Its products include CPX-1 (Irinotecan HCI-Floxuridine), a treatment for colorectal cancer; and CPX-351 (Cytarabine-Daunorubicin), a treatment for acute myeloid leukemia (AML). Celator Pharmaceuticals, Inc. was formerly known as Celator Technologies, Inc. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey.

Adnavance Technologies

Series B in 2008
Adnavance Technologies is an early-stage developer of direct detection molecular diagnostic tests. The company's patented and ultra-sensitive metalized-DNA (M-DNAâ„¢) technology may eliminate the need for amplification for a large number of these tests. This technology provides many significant advantages over existing methods, including ease of use, time to result and cost. The platform is simple and inexpensive and is expected to receive FDA approval for use by any laboratory.

Azorus Inc.

Venture Round in 2008
Azorus is a CRM solutions company established in 2002. Since the company’s inception, we have been single minded about enabling our higher education clients to recruit more of the right students utilizing easy-to-use yet powerful web-based tools. For the last 12 years we have served a broad range of higher education institutions in Canada, the USA, the UK and the Netherlands. As one of the leading CRM companies in the world focused on the higher education sector, our platform has been developed in collaboration with our university clients.

MSI Methylation Sciences

Series A in 2011
MSI Methylation Sciences, Inc. develops oral and small molecule therapies for adjunctive treatment of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD). It develops Strada, an orally administered therapy that improves the symptoms of depression in patients with MDD. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Surrey, Canada.

Oris4

Venture Round in 2013
Oris4 is the only true enterprise content management platform that revolutionizes searching and managing content across the organization. We allow you to bring together all of your cloud storage sources, (BOX,Dropbox, Gdrive), as well as your email apps.,( Gmail, Office 365, IMAP, OutlookExchange, Yahoo). We are fully integrated with Saleforce allowing you to view all of account related content on your SFDC page.

Teradici

Venture Round in 2004
Teradici is the technology leader for creating virtual workspaces and powers the spectrum of local, remote, mobile and collaborative workstyles, fundamentally simplifying how computing is provisioned, managed and used throughout virtual and cloud environments. Teradici PCoIP technology is deployed end-to-end in virtual and cloud environments, in zero clients, hardware accelerators, standalone workstations and mobile devices. Simple, green, and cost-effective, PCoIP technology delivers a secure, high-definition computing experience. Teradici customers benefit from a broad PCoIP ecosystem of innovative products and services. Our customers include Fortune 500 enterprises and institutions around the world, local and federal government agencies, and cloud and service providers. Our commitment to innovation and development is demonstrated through our continued investment in our people and our proactive pursuit of patents of which more than 40 have been issued to date. - Learn more about PCoIP technology - http://www.teradici.com/pcoip-technology - Search current job opportunities - http://www.teradici.com/careers
Inimex Pharmaceuticals Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, engages in the development and commercialization of innate defense regulators (IDRs) that modulate the body's innate defenses without causing inflammation. The company offers IMX942, an IDR product that improves survival, ameliorate tissue damage, and reduce bacterial infections through modulation of innate defenses. Its products are used to treat infections and conditions involving tissue injury; ventilator associated pneumonia, tracheobronchitis, bacteremia, endocarditis, and mucositis; and cancer diseases. Inimex Pharmaceuticals Inc. was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Burnaby, Canada.

BTI Systems

Series D in 2014
BTI delivers solutions that transform the economics, performance and innovation of global networks through intelligent networking software and systems. Leading content, cloud and service providers choose BTI to drive improved operational efficiencies and profitably deliver high-value services to businesses and consumers around the globe. With more than 380 customers, BTI is headquartered in North America, and operates regional sales, marketing, and R&D centers of excellence throughout the world.

Twinstrand Therapeutics

Venture Round in 2003
Twinstrand Therapeutics is a biopharmaceutical company that engages in the discovery, development, and commercialization of biological drugs for the treatment of life-threatening diseases. The product of the company is TST10088. It is a recombinant protein-based prodrug for activation by matrix metalloproteinases associated with solid tumor forms of cancer. Twinstrand is a Canada-based company that was founded in 1995. The company was acquired by Cangene on July 7, 2009.

Targeted Growth

Series D in 2007
Targeted Growth is a crop-biotech company developing yield-enhanced and quality-improved products for the agriculture and energy industries. TGI's crop biotechnology increases the yields in multiple crops and it focuses on those crops such as corn, soy, and canola that produce the raw material that enables farmers to use them for the production of renewable fuels such as ethanol and biodiesel.

CELLFOR

Venture Round in 2007
CellFor is the world's leading independent supplier of high technology seedlings to the global forest industry. Using plant biotechnology, which is the use of biological processes to manufacture products, CellFor identifies and produces genetically superior conifer seedlings without genetic modification.

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.

BTI Systems

Series C in 2006
BTI delivers solutions that transform the economics, performance and innovation of global networks through intelligent networking software and systems. Leading content, cloud and service providers choose BTI to drive improved operational efficiencies and profitably deliver high-value services to businesses and consumers around the globe. With more than 380 customers, BTI is headquartered in North America, and operates regional sales, marketing, and R&D centers of excellence throughout the world.

Targeted Growth

Venture Round in 2004
Targeted Growth is a crop-biotech company developing yield-enhanced and quality-improved products for the agriculture and energy industries. TGI's crop biotechnology increases the yields in multiple crops and it focuses on those crops such as corn, soy, and canola that produce the raw material that enables farmers to use them for the production of renewable fuels such as ethanol and biodiesel.

Sampling Technologies

Venture Round in 2010
STI is a marketing solutions provider to the healthcare industry. Our focus is on the safe and effective delivery of innovative pharmaceutical and device sampling programs and marketing solutions for manufacturers. STI provides sales, marketing, and regulatory efficiencies to manufacturers, physicians, patients and pharmacists. STI's SmartTechnologyâ„¢ solutions provide tangible benefits to all stakeholders.

Whitehill Technologies

Series B in 2004
Whitehill develops software designed to take data and information created in the pre-Internet era and use XML (Extensible Markup Language) to allow the material to be posted on the Internet.

GenoLogics

Series D in 2012
GenoLogics, Inc. develops a laboratory information management system to help advance the diagnosis and treatment of disease. It offers BaseSpace Clarity LIMS, a laboratory information management system that is used by research and clinical laboratories to positively track samples from receipt to result, reduce costs, improve accuracy, and maintain rigorous quality. The company’s solution is available through a network of distributors. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Victoria, Canada with an additional office in Redwood City, California. As of August 2015, GenoLogics, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Illumina Inc.

General Fusion

Series B in 2011
General Fusion Inc. develops commercial Magnetized Target Fusion, a hybrid between magnetic fusion and inertial confinement fusion for transforming energy supply. It also develops scale subsystems, including scale plasma injectors, acoustic drivers, and liquid metal vortex compression tests. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Burnaby, Canada.

Oris4

Venture Round in 2012
Oris4 is the only true enterprise content management platform that revolutionizes searching and managing content across the organization. We allow you to bring together all of your cloud storage sources, (BOX,Dropbox, Gdrive), as well as your email apps.,( Gmail, Office 365, IMAP, OutlookExchange, Yahoo). We are fully integrated with Saleforce allowing you to view all of account related content on your SFDC page.

Kibboko, Inc.

Series B in 2007
Kibboko, Inc. designs and develops content management software. The company's product is called Scout. It is a content personalization system for publishers. Served over 30 million unique visitors.

Covarity

Venture Round in 2010
Covarity, Inc. develops and delivers online post-origination commercial loan monitoring and analysis solutions for financial institutions that offer working capital lending products. It offers borrower tracking and notification, client portal, borrowing base analysis, financial analysis, financial document parser, portfolio reporting, and fraud indicator solutions to manage a commercial loan portfolio. The company monitors small to large commercial loan portfolios requiring reviews of collateral and financials; and provides insight and control that lenders needed to grow their portfolio, as well as reduce risk and enhance client service. It serves banks and credit unions, and other lenders in Canada. Covarity, Inc. was founded in 1999 and is based in Kitchener, Canada.

D-Wave Systems

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

Viron Therapeutics

Series A in 2006
Viron Therapeutics is a clinical stage biopharmaceutical company pioneering the development of viral proteins to treat and prevent human inflammatory disorders. Viral proteins represent a revolutionary new class of drugs. By harnessing the evolutionary power of viruses and other pathogens to evade the human body's protective inflammatory response, Viron is able to identify and develop powerful protein therapeutics that have distinct advantages in potency and efficacy over conventional drug therapy. Viron is the first company to successfully advance a viral protein drug into human testing.

Adnavance Technologies

Series A in 2005
Adnavance Technologies is an early-stage developer of direct detection molecular diagnostic tests. The company's patented and ultra-sensitive metalized-DNA (M-DNAâ„¢) technology may eliminate the need for amplification for a large number of these tests. This technology provides many significant advantages over existing methods, including ease of use, time to result and cost. The platform is simple and inexpensive and is expected to receive FDA approval for use by any laboratory.

Spinzo

Seed Round in 2012
Spinzo Corporation designs and develops web-based smart buying platform that uses dynamic pricing to connect merchants and consumers. Spinzo Corporation was incorporated in 2011 and is based in Rothesay, Canada.

Distil Interactive

Venture Round in 2006
Distil Interactive, Ltd. develops and creates automated teaching and testing solutions that enhance personnel skills training and assessment. It provides digital games based learning platform that enables certification and training bodies to consistently and accurately teach and assess skills and behavior. Distil Interactive, Ltd. was formerly known as I Squared Learning. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Ottawa, Canada.

Layer 7 Technologies

Series B in 2006
Layer 7 Technologies provides security and management products for API-driven integrations spanning the extended hybrid enterprise. It offers API management solutions such as API Proxy, a virtual API gateway that gives API publishers a tool for securing, orchestrating, and optimizing APIs as well as enforcing SLAs; XML Firewall that is designed to address access, federation, and message security needs in service oriented architecture (SOA) based integrations; SOA Gateway, an API Gateway that provides data translation, contextual routing, SLA management, caching, protocol switching, and B2B functionality; and Mobile Access Gateway, which simplifies the process of adapting internal data, application, and security infrastructure for mobile use. The company also offers developer management solutions, including API Portal, a platform for developer onboarding, engagement, and management; and operations management solutions such as API Service Manager that simplifies API, service, and gateway management across datacenters and the cloud. In addition, it offers identity management solutions, including OAuth Toolkit which empowers users to control access to their APIs; and Security Token Service for API identity translation and federation. Further, the company offers API academy training in the areas of introduction, API design and architecture, API strategy consulting, and hackathon management; IT services, such as architectural consulting, implementation, and operational health check; and gateway, API portal, and administrator training services. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Vancouver, Canada. Currently, it operates as a subsidiary of CA Technologies.

Layer 7 Technologies

Venture Round in 2009
Layer 7 Technologies provides security and management products for API-driven integrations spanning the extended hybrid enterprise. It offers API management solutions such as API Proxy, a virtual API gateway that gives API publishers a tool for securing, orchestrating, and optimizing APIs as well as enforcing SLAs; XML Firewall that is designed to address access, federation, and message security needs in service oriented architecture (SOA) based integrations; SOA Gateway, an API Gateway that provides data translation, contextual routing, SLA management, caching, protocol switching, and B2B functionality; and Mobile Access Gateway, which simplifies the process of adapting internal data, application, and security infrastructure for mobile use. The company also offers developer management solutions, including API Portal, a platform for developer onboarding, engagement, and management; and operations management solutions such as API Service Manager that simplifies API, service, and gateway management across datacenters and the cloud. In addition, it offers identity management solutions, including OAuth Toolkit which empowers users to control access to their APIs; and Security Token Service for API identity translation and federation. Further, the company offers API academy training in the areas of introduction, API design and architecture, API strategy consulting, and hackathon management; IT services, such as architectural consulting, implementation, and operational health check; and gateway, API portal, and administrator training services. The company was founded in 2003 and is based in Vancouver, Canada. Currently, it operates as a subsidiary of CA Technologies.
Inimex Pharmaceuticals Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, engages in the development and commercialization of innate defense regulators (IDRs) that modulate the body's innate defenses without causing inflammation. The company offers IMX942, an IDR product that improves survival, ameliorate tissue damage, and reduce bacterial infections through modulation of innate defenses. Its products are used to treat infections and conditions involving tissue injury; ventilator associated pneumonia, tracheobronchitis, bacteremia, endocarditis, and mucositis; and cancer diseases. Inimex Pharmaceuticals Inc. was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Burnaby, Canada.

Cytochroma

Series C in 2008
Cytochroma is a clinical stage specialty pharmaceutical company that designs, develops and commercializes prescription products to treat and prevent the clinical consequences of vitamin D insufficiency and secondary hyperparathyroidism (SHPT) associated with chronic kidney disease (CKD). The Company has an advanced portfolio of new therapies designed to safely and effectively treat patients with vitamin D insufficiency and SHPT associated with Stage 3, 4 or 5 CKD. In addition, Cytochroma is developing novel therapies to treat elevated blood phosphorus levels (hyperphosphatemia) in order to improve the control of SHPT in CKD patients.

Vitrium Systems Inc.

Venture Round in 2010
Vitrium Systems Inc. provides document security and digital rights management (DRM) software for PDF, office and OpenOffice files, TXT files, and images. Its software enables creators, publishers, and distributors of content to control and protect documents and images. Its solutions include document security, enterprise DRM, secure file sharing, image protection, tracking and analytics, and central user portal. It offers consulting, implementation, integration, and support services. It serves education and training, research and advisory, associations, financial services, media and publishing, and technology industries. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Vancouver, Canada.

Ambit Biosciences

Venture Round in 2012
Ambit Biosciences is a privately-held biopharmaceutical company engaged in the discovery and development of small molecule kinase inhibitors for the treatment of cancer, inflammatory disease, and other indications. Ambit's lead compound, AC220, is a novel, potent, highly selective, orally bioavailable FMS-like tyrosine kinase-3 (FLT3) inhibitor, and is currently under clinical investigation in patients with relapsed or refractory AML. Ambit is developing AC220 in collaboration with Astellas Pharma Inc. as part of a worldwide agreement to jointly develop and commercialize FLT3 kinase inhibitors in oncology and non-oncology indications. In addition to AC220, Ambit's clinical pipeline includes AC480, a pan-HER inhibitor, and AC430, an oral JAK2 inhibitor. Ambit also has a pipeline of preclinical candidates which includes CEP-32496, a BRAF inhibitor licensed to Cephalon.

CELLFOR

Venture Round in 2006
CellFor is the world's leading independent supplier of high technology seedlings to the global forest industry. Using plant biotechnology, which is the use of biological processes to manufacture products, CellFor identifies and produces genetically superior conifer seedlings without genetic modification.

Targeted Growth

Series D in 2006
Targeted Growth is a crop-biotech company developing yield-enhanced and quality-improved products for the agriculture and energy industries. TGI's crop biotechnology increases the yields in multiple crops and it focuses on those crops such as corn, soy, and canola that produce the raw material that enables farmers to use them for the production of renewable fuels such as ethanol and biodiesel.

Action Pharma

Series A in 2006
Action Pharma A/S develops novel drugs for cardio vascular treatment. The company also conducts pre-clinical and early clinical trials of new pharmaceutical products and treatment concepts for cardiovascular, inflammatory, and acquired metabolic diseases. Its products include COMPOUND AP1189, an oral anti-inflammatory compound under development for the treatment of inflammatory diseases, such as inflammatory bowel disease and rheumatoid arthritis; and COMPOUND AP405, a modified MSH peptide analogue under development for the treatment of inflammatory skin diseases, such as atopic dermatitis. Action Pharma A/S was founded in 2000 and is based in Aarhus, Denmark.

D-Wave Systems

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

GenoLogics

Series C in 2009
GenoLogics, Inc. develops a laboratory information management system to help advance the diagnosis and treatment of disease. It offers BaseSpace Clarity LIMS, a laboratory information management system that is used by research and clinical laboratories to positively track samples from receipt to result, reduce costs, improve accuracy, and maintain rigorous quality. The company’s solution is available through a network of distributors. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Victoria, Canada with an additional office in Redwood City, California. As of August 2015, GenoLogics, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Illumina Inc.

xkoto

Seed Round in 2005
Founded in 2005, xkoto's technology platform enables the replication and virtualization of data. The GRIDSCALE Database Load Balancer manages a geographic grid of standard, commercial databases, making them appear virtually as a single local database so that applications become continuously available and horizontally scalable. Through its proven disruptive technology, xkoto currently empowers SMBs and Fortune 100 companies to decrease costs and increase utilization. Recently named one of Deloitte's 2007 Companies-to-Watch, xkoto's technology partners include IBM, Microsoft, Novell, Sun Microsystems and Sybase. xkoto is based in Toronto and Boston.

Strutta

Seed Round in 2008
Strutta's industry leading technology connects brands with their target consumers through powerful social promotions. Its do-it-yourself tools allow agencies, brands and developers to easily create and manage interactive contests and sweepstakes. Strutta has powered award-winning promotions for top international agencies, Fortune 500 companies and small businesses. Clients include Microsoft, AirBNB, Edelman, Comcast, Dove, Coca-Cola and Shutterfly. Strutta is a privately held company headquartered in Vancouver, BC, and is a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer. For more information, visit http://strutta.com

D-Wave Systems

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

Teradici

Series C in 2009
Teradici is the technology leader for creating virtual workspaces and powers the spectrum of local, remote, mobile and collaborative workstyles, fundamentally simplifying how computing is provisioned, managed and used throughout virtual and cloud environments. Teradici PCoIP technology is deployed end-to-end in virtual and cloud environments, in zero clients, hardware accelerators, standalone workstations and mobile devices. Simple, green, and cost-effective, PCoIP technology delivers a secure, high-definition computing experience. Teradici customers benefit from a broad PCoIP ecosystem of innovative products and services. Our customers include Fortune 500 enterprises and institutions around the world, local and federal government agencies, and cloud and service providers. Our commitment to innovation and development is demonstrated through our continued investment in our people and our proactive pursuit of patents of which more than 40 have been issued to date. - Learn more about PCoIP technology - http://www.teradici.com/pcoip-technology - Search current job opportunities - http://www.teradici.com/careers

EQO

Series B in 2007
Like most other players in this space, EQO helps save you money on long distance calls by bridging long distance calls over cheaper IP lines. What essentially happens is that your phone an EQO server on a local number, which transfers your call onto cheaper data lines across the internet, and then hops back onto standard phone lines and through another local number to the callee. The call only costs you minutes from your phone plan and the data cost for the VOIP line which runs 95-98% less than standard calling rates. Callers will store value for phone calls in EQO credits. However, calling another EQO user is free.

Oris4

Seed Round in 2010
Oris4 is the only true enterprise content management platform that revolutionizes searching and managing content across the organization. We allow you to bring together all of your cloud storage sources, (BOX,Dropbox, Gdrive), as well as your email apps.,( Gmail, Office 365, IMAP, OutlookExchange, Yahoo). We are fully integrated with Saleforce allowing you to view all of account related content on your SFDC page.

Cooledge Lighting, Inc.

Venture Round in 2014
Cooledge Lighting is a venture backed start-up focused on delivering high value solid-state lighting solutions to the general illumination market. Founded in 2009, Cooledge is currently in the development stage of the company with product launch coming at Lightfair 2013 in Philadelphia, PA.

IntroHive, Inc.

Series A in 2012
Introhive offers a SaaS platform that helps organizations increase revenues and improve customer experience management. Its platform brings relationship intelligence into CRM with data automation and sales acceleration. The company also provides an enterprise relationship management (ERM) solution that helps get relationship insights and boost productivity. It was founded in 2012 by Jody Glidden and Stewart Walchli and is based in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

General Fusion

Series A in 2009
General Fusion Inc. develops commercial Magnetized Target Fusion, a hybrid between magnetic fusion and inertial confinement fusion for transforming energy supply. It also develops scale subsystems, including scale plasma injectors, acoustic drivers, and liquid metal vortex compression tests. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Burnaby, Canada.

Objectworld Communications

Series B in 2006
Objectworld Communications Corp. provides unified communications software solutions. It offers Objectworld UC Server, which integrates business communications, business processes, and corporate data to deliver unified communications, VoIP, and communications-enabled business process solutions. Objectworld Communications Corp.'s solution capabilities also include call-flow management, unified messaging, interactive voice response, fax server, text-to-speech, and unified communication. The company's solutions enable small- and medium-sized businesses with Microsoft Windows platforms to drive workforce productivity. In addition, Objectworld Communications Corp. provides professional services, including project management, technical consulting, system planning, design, architecture and analysis, process creation, and application development, as well as system implementation services. The company was founded in 1994 and is based in Ottawa, Canada.

Celator Pharmaceuticals

Series C in 2008
Celator Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, develops therapies to treat cancer. The company focuses on CombiPlex, a drug ratio technology platform that enables to the development of combination therapies. Its products include CPX-1 (Irinotecan HCI-Floxuridine), a treatment for colorectal cancer; and CPX-351 (Cytarabine-Daunorubicin), a treatment for acute myeloid leukemia (AML). Celator Pharmaceuticals, Inc. was formerly known as Celator Technologies, Inc. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey.

Atsana Semiconductor

Venture Round in 2004
Atsana's initial market focus is on media processor solutions for wireless media (video, image and audio) applications. Atsana's media processors enable wireless smart phones and PC /network cameras, to deliver multimedia applications such as multimedia messaging, interactive video communications, video streaming and other future media rich content without sacrificing battery life or performance. Atsana's solution fits consumer electronic OEMs growing needs for lower power, higher resolution and programmability. At the heart of Atsana's media processors is a massively parallel, highly scalable, low-power architecture. The patent pending architecture integrates thousands of processing elements into an array of Random Access Memory (RAM). Atsana's media processors deliver the muscle required for encoding or decoding to standards such as MPEG-4, MJPEG or JPEG2000. Atsana provides a total solution including a full suite of algorithms and a software developer's kit for third party developers to create their own applications. Atsana's architecture offers significant power savings by processing media data intelligently, in a massively parallel manner. The achieved efficiencies are critical given the processing demands media applications place on wireless appliances. Because Atsana's processors are programmable they empower OEMs to evolve their products in line with consumers' changing requirements for new applications and higher performance. Atsana's management team is composed of seasoned technology professionals. Alex Leupp, PhD, President and CEO of Atsana, has a diversified and proven track record in the semiconductor industry. During his six years as President and Chief Executive Officer of Siemens Microelectronics Inc., Mr. Leupp managed a multi-faceted organization of about 2,500 employees. Most recently, Mr. Leupp was President and Chief Executive Officer of 3dfx Interactive, a high performance graphics chip manufacturer. Michael Krause, Atsana's COO, brings 19 years of semiconductor industry experience to the company. Most recently, Mr. Krause served as Executive VP at Tundra Semiconductor. Steve Farnow, PhD, VP of Operations, brings 25 years of semiconductor operations experience from Intel and TI, and most recently as VP of Operations at Hi/fn. Atsana has raised US $16M in financing from semiconductor and wireless focused VCs including Stata Venture Partners (Boston, MA), Atsana's Series A round lead financer. Other investors include the Viterbi Group (San Diego, CA), BDC (Ottawa, ON), Entrust Capital (New York, NY), Primaxis Technology Ventures (Toronto, ON) and the Topol Group (Boston, MA).

Strutta

Debt Financing in 2009
Strutta's industry leading technology connects brands with their target consumers through powerful social promotions. Its do-it-yourself tools allow agencies, brands and developers to easily create and manage interactive contests and sweepstakes. Strutta has powered award-winning promotions for top international agencies, Fortune 500 companies and small businesses. Clients include Microsoft, AirBNB, Edelman, Comcast, Dove, Coca-Cola and Shutterfly. Strutta is a privately held company headquartered in Vancouver, BC, and is a Facebook Preferred Marketing Developer. For more information, visit http://strutta.com

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.

Neuromed Pharmaceuticals

Series E in 2007
Neuromed Pharmaceuticals is focused on the development, production, and marketing of pain therapies in Canada and the United States. Neuromed Pharmaceuticals was acquired by Zalicus in December 2009. Neuromed Pharmaceuticals was founded in 1998 and is based in Vancouver, Canada.

Celator Pharmaceuticals

Series C in 2007
Celator Pharmaceuticals, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, develops therapies to treat cancer. The company focuses on CombiPlex, a drug ratio technology platform that enables to the development of combination therapies. Its products include CPX-1 (Irinotecan HCI-Floxuridine), a treatment for colorectal cancer; and CPX-351 (Cytarabine-Daunorubicin), a treatment for acute myeloid leukemia (AML). Celator Pharmaceuticals, Inc. was formerly known as Celator Technologies, Inc. The company was founded in 2000 and is headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey.

Ambit Biosciences

Series D in 2011
Ambit Biosciences is a privately-held biopharmaceutical company engaged in the discovery and development of small molecule kinase inhibitors for the treatment of cancer, inflammatory disease, and other indications. Ambit's lead compound, AC220, is a novel, potent, highly selective, orally bioavailable FMS-like tyrosine kinase-3 (FLT3) inhibitor, and is currently under clinical investigation in patients with relapsed or refractory AML. Ambit is developing AC220 in collaboration with Astellas Pharma Inc. as part of a worldwide agreement to jointly develop and commercialize FLT3 kinase inhibitors in oncology and non-oncology indications. In addition to AC220, Ambit's clinical pipeline includes AC480, a pan-HER inhibitor, and AC430, an oral JAK2 inhibitor. Ambit also has a pipeline of preclinical candidates which includes CEP-32496, a BRAF inhibitor licensed to Cephalon.
Smart Skin Technologies Inc. operates as a technology development company that develops and commercializes a pressure-sensitive skin technology for various applications. It offers Quantifeel, packaging pressure monitoring system for measuring line pressure and 3D orientation in glass, can, PET, and other secondary and tertiary packaging lines. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in Fredericton, Canada with an additional office in Munich, Germany.
Inimex Pharmaceuticals Inc., a biopharmaceutical company, engages in the development and commercialization of innate defense regulators (IDRs) that modulate the body's innate defenses without causing inflammation. The company offers IMX942, an IDR product that improves survival, ameliorate tissue damage, and reduce bacterial infections through modulation of innate defenses. Its products are used to treat infections and conditions involving tissue injury; ventilator associated pneumonia, tracheobronchitis, bacteremia, endocarditis, and mucositis; and cancer diseases. Inimex Pharmaceuticals Inc. was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Burnaby, Canada.

Mixpo, Inc.

Series A in 2006
Mixpo provides the best video advertising solutions for Media Companies and Agencies. We have the most advanced cross screen capabilities, most responsive and reliable technology and service, and the broadest and deepest data insights. We furnish Big Data insights including ad verification and campaign performance segmented by DMA, audience, and mobile device.

Angstrom Power

Venture Round in 2002
Angstrom Power Incorporated researches and develops portable fuel cell devices. It provides Micro Hydrogen, an electrochemical energy converter that produces electricity, water vapor, and heat from hydrogen and airborne oxygen.

SiberCore Technologies

Series B in 2000
SiberCore Technologies Incorporated is a pure-play, Internet IC company developing high-value-added Application Specific Standard Products (ASSPs) for intelligent hardware-based switching and routing platforms, such as Gigabit / Terabit Routers and Layer 2 / 3 / 4 Ethernet Switches. The company's initial products are a family of high-speed high-capacity packet forwarding engines based on Content Addressable Memories (CAM technology) which overcome the performance bottleneck associated with the network's routing table look-up function. This emerging market has been created by the demands of the explosion in datacom traffic, coupled with the worldwide deployment of fiber optics and DWDM. These broadband deployments have shifted the bottleneck from the Access and Transport section of the network, to the Routers and Switches connecting to these pipes. The company's founding technical team gained industry-wide recognition for its world-class design expertise in this area at Nortel Networks. A veteran Executive team in all the functional divisions of the company supplements this preeminent technical team.

Morega Systems Inc.

Series A in 2007
Morega Systems Inc. is a software and consumer product company with advanced media mobility solutions for the digital home. Utilizing advanced transcoding, transcrypting and QoS aware streaming capabilities, Morega provides a complete solution for premium service operators and hardware vendors with high value applications such as side-loading, place-shifting and targeted ad insertion. Morega is dedicated to creating rich, new, media experiences for consumers through the introduction of innovative consumer products, software and applications that enable seamless content mobility for both premium and personal media content.

SWITCH Materials

Series C in 2015
SWITCH Materials Inc. designs smart window solutions for automotive applications for OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers. It serves lower emissions, electric vehicles, customer impact, and custom solar management applications. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Burnaby, Canada.

ResponseTek Networks Corp.

Venture Round in 2014
ResponseTek Networks Corp. is a global leader in on-demand Customer Experience Management (CEM) software solutions, transforming the voice of the customer into actionable business intelligence. The innovative ResponseTek Listening Platform™ connects Global 1000 corporations, such as HSBC, Vodafone, Barclays, Aon, Rogers and BCAA, with their customer base across retail, call centre, online, technical support, mobile app and business services touch-points. Using a variety of methods – SMS surveys, online collection and social media monitoring included – ResponseTek is able to provide organizations with a single view of the customer experience with quantitative and verbatim analysis. ResponseTek is headquartered in Vancouver with offices in Toronto and London, UK.

Xenon Pharmaceuticals

Venture Round in 2001
XENON® is a biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of novel medicines through the application of our proprietary discovery platform, which we refer to as Extreme Genetics. Our product candidates are based on genetic insights derived from our research of families where individuals exhibit severe traits, or phenotypes. We apply our expertise to predict which phenotypes are caused by single-gene defects. By identifying and characterizing the single-gene defects responsible for such severe phenotypes, we gain valuable insights into their function in human biology and their potential as drug targets. Given that these targets are often involved in diseases beyond the rare genetic disorders in which they are first identified, we are developing proprietary product candidates to treat both orphan as well as more prevalent diseases

GenoLogics

Series B in 2006
GenoLogics, Inc. develops a laboratory information management system to help advance the diagnosis and treatment of disease. It offers BaseSpace Clarity LIMS, a laboratory information management system that is used by research and clinical laboratories to positively track samples from receipt to result, reduce costs, improve accuracy, and maintain rigorous quality. The company’s solution is available through a network of distributors. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Victoria, Canada with an additional office in Redwood City, California. As of August 2015, GenoLogics, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Illumina Inc.
Datawire Communication Networks, Inc. develops and provides Internet based transaction delivery networks to payment processors and merchant acquirers in North America and Europe. The company offers Datawire VXN, a distributed transaction transport network that provides Internet money transfer and credit-card-processing services for the payment processing industry. It also provides Datawire NAM, which offers an Internet protocol connectivity solution to Windows-based point of sale applications.

Cogency Semiconductor

Series B in 2000
Cogency Semiconductor is a provider of semiconductors for home networking.

CHiL Semiconductor

Seed Round in 2006
CHiL Semiconductor designs, develops and markets intelligent mixed-signal products using digital power techniques. The company is focused on bringing high performance, flexible and efficient power management solutions in high volume to the desktop, server and notebook market.

Covarity

Series B in 2006
Covarity, Inc. develops and delivers online post-origination commercial loan monitoring and analysis solutions for financial institutions that offer working capital lending products. It offers borrower tracking and notification, client portal, borrowing base analysis, financial analysis, financial document parser, portfolio reporting, and fraud indicator solutions to manage a commercial loan portfolio. The company monitors small to large commercial loan portfolios requiring reviews of collateral and financials; and provides insight and control that lenders needed to grow their portfolio, as well as reduce risk and enhance client service. It serves banks and credit unions, and other lenders in Canada. Covarity, Inc. was founded in 1999 and is based in Kitchener, Canada.

Distil Interactive

Series A in 2007
Distil Interactive, Ltd. develops and creates automated teaching and testing solutions that enhance personnel skills training and assessment. It provides digital games based learning platform that enables certification and training bodies to consistently and accurately teach and assess skills and behavior. Distil Interactive, Ltd. was formerly known as I Squared Learning. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Ottawa, Canada.

Global Ad Source

Venture Round in 2012
GlobalAdSource updates clients with breaking competitor advertising every day from over 70 markets. Our objective is to provide easy access to copies of advertising for brand, market and category research, without taking masses of your time and expense. Current and relevant, we cover not only TV, print and online, but also social communications on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube. As consumer touch points become more varied, add social into your monitoring brief to navigate your competitors’ brand map.
Datawire Communication Networks, Inc. develops and provides Internet based transaction delivery networks to payment processors and merchant acquirers in North America and Europe. The company offers Datawire VXN, a distributed transaction transport network that provides Internet money transfer and credit-card-processing services for the payment processing industry. It also provides Datawire NAM, which offers an Internet protocol connectivity solution to Windows-based point of sale applications.

iMPath Networks

Venture Round in 2008
With over 20 years of experience helping the world's leading system integrators deploy complex video networks, and an early pioneer in the development and introduction of Video over IP solutions, Impath Networks is the Proven Player when it comes to meeting your video networking requirements. The Company is headquartered in Halifax with operations in Halifax and Ottawa, and sells its solutions to the world's largest systems integrators throughout North America, Europe, and Asia.

Boreal Genomics

Series B in 2010
Boreal Genomics Inc. develops and markets technologies for blood-based detection and monitoring of circulating tumor DNA. It offers OnTarget, a tool for the detection and quantification of tumor mutations in plasma or tissue; Aurora that purifies and concentrates nucleic acids from a range of samples, including life sciences research, soil and environmental, agriculture biotechnology, and forensics. The company was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Los Altos, California with an additional office in Vancouver, Canada.
MedRunner Health Solutions Inc. operates as a software development company that builds healthcare applications for prescribers, pharmacists, and patients in Canada. It offers MedRunner, a Web based electronic prescription platform that allows physicians and pharmacies to send and receive electronic prescriptions; and ePrescribing, which provides a path for legal prescribers to send paperless scripts to a pharmacy for reducing the risks associated with traditional script writing. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in Saint John, Canada.

BTI Systems

Venture Round in 2013
BTI delivers solutions that transform the economics, performance and innovation of global networks through intelligent networking software and systems. Leading content, cloud and service providers choose BTI to drive improved operational efficiencies and profitably deliver high-value services to businesses and consumers around the globe. With more than 380 customers, BTI is headquartered in North America, and operates regional sales, marketing, and R&D centers of excellence throughout the world.

IntroHive, Inc.

Series B in 2013
Introhive offers a SaaS platform that helps organizations increase revenues and improve customer experience management. Its platform brings relationship intelligence into CRM with data automation and sales acceleration. The company also provides an enterprise relationship management (ERM) solution that helps get relationship insights and boost productivity. It was founded in 2012 by Jody Glidden and Stewart Walchli and is based in Fredericton, New Brunswick.

SWITCH Materials

Venture Round in 2007
SWITCH Materials Inc. designs smart window solutions for automotive applications for OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers. It serves lower emissions, electric vehicles, customer impact, and custom solar management applications. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Burnaby, Canada.

Marqui

Series B in 2006
Marqui is a cloud-based platform that enables you to create, update, and add new content to your website. The system enables marketing teams to produce and publish web-ready HTML, CSS, and Javascript content quickly and easily, without having to know how to code. You are empowered to update your content anytime, anywhere. Marqui gives you complete control over the process of content creation, scheduling and publication, as well as a beautifully designed and easy-to-navigate web experience. With a single interface and comprehensive workflow controls, you can maintain and update content through a single platform. Marqui’s in-house services teams also help marketing teams design and develop websites and campaigns; while our Client Success Team provides live support to ensure your questions are answered quickly and day-to-day operations run smoothly.

Octopz Inc.

Venture Round in 2007
Octopz Inc. develops online collaboration technologies for creative professionals. Its technology allows colleagues and partners to work together or individually through text messaging, VoIP, and webcams, using multiple document types, as well as allows the user to save and archive their work for subsequent retrieval, review, and feedback. The company was founded in 2007 and is based in Toronto, Canada.

Covarity

Venture Round in 2007
Covarity, Inc. develops and delivers online post-origination commercial loan monitoring and analysis solutions for financial institutions that offer working capital lending products. It offers borrower tracking and notification, client portal, borrowing base analysis, financial analysis, financial document parser, portfolio reporting, and fraud indicator solutions to manage a commercial loan portfolio. The company monitors small to large commercial loan portfolios requiring reviews of collateral and financials; and provides insight and control that lenders needed to grow their portfolio, as well as reduce risk and enhance client service. It serves banks and credit unions, and other lenders in Canada. Covarity, Inc. was founded in 1999 and is based in Kitchener, Canada.

AnyWare Group, Inc.

Series B in 2005
AnyWare Group, Inc. provides remote access solutions for hospitals and healthcare organizations in North America. It offers role oriented access management (ROAM), a managed service that is designed to integrate and deliver Web, legacy, client/server, and other custom applications to a personal computer or MAC for use in healthcare. The company also provides ROAM Portal, a presentation layer that is delivered through a Web browser; ROAM services, such as online collaboration and video conferencing, live remote support, and office and personal computer desktop access; and ROAM Identity Manager, which provides integration with active directory and single sign-on into application delivery. In addition, it offers Embedded Security Agent, a clientless security agent that manages the encrypted tunnels between users and applications. Further, the company provides ROAM VPN service, an access capability that provides tunneling capability over SSL to support users who need remote access to client/server applications. AnyWare Group, Inc. was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in Saint John, Canada.

BuildDirect

Series C in 2014
BuildDirect Technologies Inc. owns and operates an online marketplace for home improvement products. The company offers BuildDirect Gateway, which is a global supply chain platform for heavyweight goods. It enables third party the ability to access BuildDirect’s advanced network of warehousing services, ground and ocean logistics for any part of the shipping journey, from point of manufacture through last-mile delivery. The company’s product categories include flooring, decking, building materials, outdoor, kitchen and bath, moldings and accessories, and doors. BuildDirect Technologies Inc. was founded in 1999 and is based in Vancouver, Canada with warehouses in North America.

Chancery Software

Venture Round in 2000
Chancery Student Management Solutions is the leading provider of student information management solutions and support for K-12 schools and districts. Chancery solutions offer accurate real-time information on more than thirteen million students to one million educators every day. Built to address the challenges faced by today's districts, Chancery SMS is uniquely aligned to meet the reporting requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act. With more than 15 years of industry firsts and 18,000 installations customized to meet the needs and budgets of diverse schools and districts throughout North America, Chancery is the educational community's most trusted and proven partner.
QuIC Financial Technologies, Inc. develops simulation, risk calculation, and pricing platform solutions for financial institutions and companies. The company offers QuIC product suite that consists an n-dimensional vector based calculator to solve mathematical problems. Its products include QuIC Engine for desktop computers to achieve levels of performance associated with supercomputers; QuIC Script, a vector computing language to express financial solutions to the QuIC Engine; and QuIC Analytics that provides instrumentations, such as interest rate and foreign exchange derivatives, equities and commodities, hybrids, asset backed securities, and credit derivatives, as well as a series of utility function libraries. The company also provides QuIC Workbench for developing, modifying, customizing, visualizing, and testing QuIC Script; QuIC mechanics, a product framework that decomposes a financial instrument into a series of events, such as cashflows, exercise decisions, resets, and maturities; and QuIC Simulation Framework, an enterprise-scale calculation and simulation framework to manage the portfolio simulation workflow. In addition, it offers integration products, which include QuIC Dispatch that provides choices for interfacing with client solutions; QuIC Bridge, which provides an interface between QuIC Script and the client's existing models; and QuIC Data Channels, an architecture for the movement of data between relational databases or CSV files, and QuIC Script. Further, the company provides product support, system integration, custom development, consulting and advisory services, educational and technical resources, and training services; and market risk, credit risk, credit valuation adjustment, unified risk, and structured product solutions. QuIC Financial Technologies, Inc. was formerly known as Quadrus Financial Technologies, Inc. The company was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada with additional offices in London and New York.

ClearRisk

Venture Round in 2011
ClearRisk is the Online Source for Risk Management Solutions. It offers three products to help an organization better manage it's risk. ClearRiskManager: Online platform that supplies the tools and guides the formalization of a Risk Management Plan. ClearRiskTracker: Provides the mid-market with affordable software to manange claims, exposures, litigation, incidents and insurance polices. ClearRiskTrainer: A five module online training course for business peole wanting to improve on their formal risk management knowledge.

Verold (zyenti)

Series A in 2014
Verold is an online visual editor that allows users to integrate 3D models into their presentations. The platform provides a studio that enables users to customize the lighting and environment setup of their project. They can also add animations, audio, and video assets and share their output in the web through Verold’s embeddable player. In 2015, Verold was acquired by Box.

INETCO Systems Limited

Venture Round in 2013
INETCO® builds smart technology that increases the reliability, safety and value of every digital and self-service payment. Our real-time transaction monitoring and analytics platform, INETCO Insight, has been selected by leading banks, payment service providers and retailers – in over 35 countries - to accelerate their digital transformation strategies and to speed up the detection of payment fraud and performance issues threatening to impact revenue, reputation and the end customer experience.

PlanetEye

Series A in 2007
[PlanetEye](http://www.planeteye.com) is a one-stop destination for all your travel planning needs. Featuring a powerful and easy-to-use planning tool; geotagged photography; leading edge mapping technology, and extensive travel content from a team of in-house writers and a growing number of professional sources, PlanetEye is for travelers who want a new and exciting way to explore where to go and what to do. At the core of PlanetEye's travel planning service is the Travel Pack that lets travelers "clip" the interesting photographs, attractions, hotels and restaurants discovered on PlanetEye when they are planning a trip or simply putting together travel ideas.

GenoLogics

Series A in 2005
GenoLogics, Inc. develops a laboratory information management system to help advance the diagnosis and treatment of disease. It offers BaseSpace Clarity LIMS, a laboratory information management system that is used by research and clinical laboratories to positively track samples from receipt to result, reduce costs, improve accuracy, and maintain rigorous quality. The company’s solution is available through a network of distributors. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Victoria, Canada with an additional office in Redwood City, California. As of August 2015, GenoLogics, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Illumina Inc.

Virtual Expert Clinics

Series C in 2007
Virtual Expert Clinics develops online educational therapy supports for schools and districts to educate students with developmental disorders in Canada and the United States. It offers AutismPro, a subscription-based online program that guides parents, therapists, and teachers to design, build, and manage educational therapeutic programs for children with autism. The company was founded in 2004 and is based in Fredericton, Canada with an additional office in Denver, Colorado.

General Fusion

Venture Round in 2015
General Fusion Inc. develops commercial Magnetized Target Fusion, a hybrid between magnetic fusion and inertial confinement fusion for transforming energy supply. It also develops scale subsystems, including scale plasma injectors, acoustic drivers, and liquid metal vortex compression tests. The company was founded in 2002 and is based in Burnaby, Canada.

Sofea

Venture Round in 2007
Sofea Inc. provides Custom Computer Programming Services. The company has headquarters in Toronto, Canada.

Sutus

Venture Round in 2008
Sutus provides small business communication and IT services. Target clients are businesses with 3 to 25 employees. The company works with Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems as well as integrating with applications such as Microsoft Outlook, Entourage and Apple Mail. Features include network infrastructure, file and data sharing capabilities, collaboration tools and fully integrated telephone handsets.