AccelOps provides innovative datacenter and IT service management software delivered as a virtual appliance or SaaS (Software as a Service). The all-in-one solution accelerates IT service reliability by empowering organizations to readily monitor and improve availability, performance, security and governance objectives. The company was founded by experienced technology entrepreneurs who started Protego, a Miramar portfolio company which was acquired by Cisco in 2005.
Aktino, Inc., is developing carrier grade solutions that allow telecommunications service providers to leverage embedded copper loop infrastructure worldwide. The focus of the company is to bring ubiquitous, reliable, easily deployable and higher speed solutions to the large copper-fed business segment of the market. Aktino was acquired by Positron, Inc. in May 2009.
Arradiance, Inc. is developing a maskless, massively parallel, direct-write e-beam source that overcomes the poor reliability and throughput problems that have plagued other e-beam systems. The source will be cost effective and has the potential to deliver high wafer throughput, rivaling today’s optical steppers.
Azuro is an electronic design automation (EDA) company supplying software tools to design digital semiconductor chips. The company’s unique clock tree synthesis and physical optimization technologies make chips faster, reduce chip power and dramatically accelerate chip time to market. Customers of Azuro’s software include Broadcom, Cambridge Silicon Radio, NVIDIA, ST Microelectronics, and Texas Instruments. The company was founded in 2002, and has completed over 40 tapeouts since launching its first product in 2005. Azuro was acquired by Cadence Design Systems, Inc. in July 2011.
Berkana Wireless, Inc., is a fabless semiconductor company developing highly integrated, mixed-signal/RF integrated circuits in CMOS. Berkana’s products are designed to replace discrete RF components with CMOS products offering reduced cost, size and power requirements. Berkana was acquired by Qualcomm Incorporated in December 2005.
Brand Affinity Technologies (BAT) provides an endorsement and celebrity marketing platform as a technology enabled service. BAT’s Endorsement Platform is used by advertisers to identify, license, and activate talent for digital and cross-media campaigns, based on brand and targeting considerations. BAT powers interactive experiences through these marketing campaigns and through netBAT, which transforms celebrity content into portals of engagement on consumer websites.
Coradiant, Inc. offers network appliance solutions that provide a unique, user-centric approach to web performance monitoring to quickly deliver accurate management information in business-relevant formats. Coradiant's real-time, real-user web transaction monitoring solution lets organizations measure the health, availability, and performance of their web-based applications in real-time. With Coradiant, site operators and network managers gain a real-time understanding of the user's web experience without the complexity, cost and risk of traditional performance management approaches. Coradiant, Inc. was acquired by BMC in April 2011.
Factual was founded in 2007 by Gil Elbaz, co-founder of Applied Semantics (AdSense), which was acquired by Google in 2003. Gil has had a lifelong passion for organizing and structuring information, and building smart tools which can make better sense of data. Along with founding engineers, Tim Chklovski and Myron Ahn, Factual was built on the idea that it would be a better world if more decisions were data-driven. So we set out to develop an open data platform and community in an effort to maximize data accuracy, transparency, and availability.
FastSoft offers network appliances that accelerate TCP (Transmission Control Protocol, the basic communications protocol of the Internet) Internet traffic over wide area networks (WAN). Unlike other acceleration devices, the FastSoft Aria appliance is a true one-box solution, requiring no matching hardware or software at the receiving end. FastSoft’s solution is based on the award–winning fundamental technology FastTCPTM developed by the company’s founders at Caltech. FastSoft was acquired by Akamai Technologies in September 2012.
Genomera is developing a platform enabling crowd-sourced health studies. Consumers, researchers and providers collaborate using online tools and social connectivity to truly advance medical breakthroughs faster than current bottlenecks allow.
HyperQuality, Inc. is a software and service provider focused on qualitative contact center monitoring and reporting. The company provides its customers' contact centers with analysis, evaluation and verification of individual calls, leveraging its English-speaking, trained labor force in India. HyperQuality was acquired by Spoken Communications in July 2012.
Independa, Inc. provides an integrated platform to help caregivers help their loved ones stay at home longer, safer and more comfortably. Independa delivers technology-enabled independent living products and services for the rapidly growing population of family caregivers supporting elderly loved ones.
Innovative Micro Technology, Inc., is a leading MEMS manufacturing partner that combines cooperative design services with a unique mix of experience in prototyping, process development, high-volume manufacturing, metrology, test and analytical capabilities to serve a diverse range of customer applications.
Jeda Networks, based in Newport Beach, develops software defined storage networks. By separating the data and control planes, Jeda Networks enables high performance storage traffic over converged networks.
Matrix Sensors is developing a disposable sensor chip for the detection of biological and chemical molecules. The company is the exclusive licensee of a proven MEMS technology developed jointly by the founders at Stanford and UCLA. This patented technology promises the first microchip product featuring both extremely high analyte resolution and accuracy with a low cost, label free approach. Potential applications include protein and biomarker detection, point of care medical diagnostics, and monitoring for security and environmental applications.
OptionEase provides a SaaS solution for the highly regulated Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) marketplace. The company’s first product was designed for FAS 123(R) regulations, but now OptionEase has expanded into other areas such as online collaboration, comprehensive equity management and providing solutions to emerging regulatory challenges.
Predixion Software, based in Aliso Viejo, California, is a venture-backed startup that develops predictive analytics software for the Microsoft platform and was founded by a group of software entrepreneurs, some of whom successfully sold their data warehousing company. Predixion is developing disruptive technologies that will take predictive analytics to the mainstream.
Protego Networks, Inc. is a provider of purpose-built intelligent network security information and threat management appliances that allow organizations to quickly identify, analyze and respond to security threats targeted at mission critical networks and applications. Protego was acquired by Cisco Systems, Inc., in February 2005.
RealPractice (fka Practice Technologies), Inc. develops and sells innovative software products for lawyers and law firms. The company’s core emphasis is research and drafting applications, including products that incorporate proprietary search algorithms to enable lawyers to conduct highly-focused searches of structured and unstructured data within enormous databases. RealPractice was acquired by ReachLocal in July 2012.
Scopely is an Los Angeles based company that is building the next generation of social engagement applications which bring people from all walks of life, interests, location together.
SiliconSystems, Inc. designs, manufactures and markets general-purpose and application-specific solid-state storage solutions developed and optimized for the unique requirements of the Enterprise System OEM (original equipment manufacturer) market. SiliconSystems was acquired by Western Digital Corporation in March 2009.
Solarflare is the pioneer in high-performance, low-latency 10GbE server networking solutions. The company's architectural approach combines hardware and software to deliver high-performance server adapter products and application acceleration middleware for superior performance in a wide range of applications including high frequency trading, high performance computing (HPC), cloud computing, storage and virtualized data centers. Solarflare is headquartered in Irvine, California with an R&D site in Cambridge, UK.
Tarari has developed advanced reprogrammable content processing technology to tackle the computer intensive processing and flexibility requirements of Extensible Markup Language (XML)/Web Services and Network Security markets. Tarari was acquired by LSI Corporation in October 2007.