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Anova Data

Anova Data (Westford, MA)

Anova Data provides a robust big data analytics solution to carriers that delivers immediate, actionable insights on their data activities (web, application, audio, video, p2p, VoIP, etc). Formerly Movik Networks and Zettics.


Baynote (San Jose, CA)

Baynote is an eCommerce software company whose Personalization Platform gives retailers a multiplier effect on conversion and average order value rates using existing eCommerce investments. Only Baynote helps ecommerce executives understand and act on real-time buyer intent, giving them the essential intelligence to engage consumers at every touchpoint with the right experience at the right time and to respond faster to their ever-changing interests. Based in San Jose, Calif., with offices in the U.K. and Germany, Baynote's personalization solutions are trusted by over 300 of the world's most demanding brands including AT&T,, Anthropologie, Bluefly, BT, Campbell's Dell, Expedia, Intuit, JCrew, Jockey and Urban Outfitters. Baynote was acquired by Kibo Software in December, 2016.

EdgeCast Networks CDN

EdgeCast Networks CDN (Santa Monica, CA)

Delivering any data, anywhere, anytime, EdgeCast is the world's fastest and most reliable content delivery network. The EdgeCast network serves more than 1.5 billion objects per hour on behalf of its customers and carries approximately 4% of the world's internet traffic. The company's software licensing group helps network operators deploy proven CDN technology on their own IP networks. EdgeCast was acquired by Verizon Communications, Inc. (NYSE:VZ) in December, 2013.

Elemental Technologies

Elemental Technologies (Portland, OR)

Elemental Technologies is the leading provider of video processing solutions that enable multi-screen content delivery. The company's award-winning products help content programmers, service providers and broadcasters bring video to any screen, at any time - all at once. Seven of the top ten media companies in the United States, including CBS, Comcast and Disney rely on unmatched solutions from Elemental. Elemental was acquired by Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) in September, 2015.


EMN8 (San Diego, CA)

EMN8 has combined point-of-purchase automation with real-time graphics rendering to provide its customers with customized self-ordering terminals. The company's point-of-purchase terminals incorporate touch-screen ordering in a real-time, interactive, entertaining audio and video environment. The technology also allows customers to conduct transactions in multiple languages and to select multiple payment options, such as cash, credit or debit.


Fanzter (Chareleston, SC)

Founded in June 2007, Fanzter, Inc. is an American software company that designs and develops consumer-focused mobile and web products. Fanzter's best-known products include and the popular iOS applications CoolPapers, Streaks, and Summizer. Fanzter was acquired by ESPN (NYSE:DIS) in August, 2014.


Fastclick (Santa Barbara, CA)

Fastclick is a leader in online advertising services, providing progressive direct response and branding opportunities to online and off-line clients. Fastclick provides revolutionary optimization technology and revenue strategies customizable to each advertiser and publisher. Fastclick AdServer provides industry-leading ad-serving technology, equipping customers with the tools and information they need to effectively manage their online advertising activity for superior marketing results. Fastclick completed its initial public offering in April, 2005 (NASDAQ:FSTC).


FreeWheel (San Mateo, CA)

FreeWheel offers the most formidable system for digital video ad management and monetization. FreeWheel's platform arms premium content owners and distributors with comprehensive tools and services they need to manage ad sales rights across their growing video syndication opportunity set. FreeWheel was acquired by Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA) in April, 2014.


GameSalad (Austin, TX)

GameSalad is a community that empowers everyone to express and share their ideas through games. GameSalad provides a platform that allows creators to rapidly design, publish and distribute original games for the iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Web. Founded in August 2007, GameSalad is a privately held company with studios in Austin, Texas and Los Angeles, California. Steamboat sold its ownership in GameSalad in September, 2017.


GoPro (San Mateo, CA)

Bridging the worlds of action sports and consumer electronics, GoPro is an exciting technology company which produces the famous HD HERO® line of wearable and gear-mountable cameras and accessories, making it easy for people to capture and share their lives' most exciting moments in high definition. GoPro completed its initial public offering in June, 2014 (NASDAQ:GPRO).


Greystripe (San Francisco, CA)

Greystripe distributes ad-supported mobile games and applications and is the largest mobile in-game advertising network. Greystripe's AdWRAP technology enables mobile content publishers to gain advertising revenue by serving ads through their games allowing advertisers to reach a new mobile audience, and consumers to download great games for free. The AdWRAP system currently serves ads into more than 500 mobile games and applications supporting over 1,000 handset models. Greystripe reaches millions of mobile game players through its online portal, through the mobile web at, and through its AdWRAP Catalog Program. Greystripe was acquired by ValueClick in April, 2011.

Iridigm Display Corporation

Iridigm Display Corporation (San Francisco, CA)

Iridigm has developed a revolutionary new reflective color flat panel display for the mobile device market. The company's iMoD Matrix, based on MEMS technology, yields ultra-low power displays viewable in any lighting condition. Iridigm's display technology offers the potential to optimize the wireless platform for rich media interactivity. Iridigm was acquired by Qualcomm, Inc. (NASDAQ:QCOM) in September, 2004.


Tique (dba Joyus) (San Francisco, California)

Tique (dba Joyus) is the web’s first direct response video network, creating and distributing premium lifestyle content for women that is monetized directly through commerce. This content is published across the Joyus Network, which includes as well as partner sites, such as People, AOL, Real Simple, Hearst, Hollywood Life, Century Link, Verizon and others. More than 500 brands, including superga, Joe’s Jeans, Verso Skincare, Jouer and Urban Remedy are showcased daily in video across beauty, fashion, health and lifestyle categories. Joyus was acquired in September, 2017.

Kapow Software

Kapow Software (Palo Alto, CA)

Kapow Software is the expert in harvesting mashable public and private web intelligence with software that turns the Web into the world’s largest database. Based on the Company’s patented, visual scripting method, the Kapow Mashup Server powers solutions in reputation management, competitive intelligence, asymmetric intelligence, content aggregation, content syndication, content migration, SOA enablement and business automation - at a fraction of the time and cost compared to traditional software methods. Kapow was acquired by Kofax (NASDAQ:KFX) in July, 2013.


Kyte (San Francisco, CA)

Kyte is a white-label, cloud-based publishing platform for live and on-demand video. The Kyte Platform reduces the cost and complexity of delivering social video experiences to websites, mobile devices and connected TVs. Kyte powers online video for top media companies and brands, including AKQA, ABC, Armani Exchange, CBS, Clear Channel, ESPN, Fox News, HomeAway, LEVEL Studios, MTV, NATO, NBA Digital, Nokia, Publicis, and R/GA. Kyte was acquired by KIT Digital (NASDAQ:KITD) in January, 2011.


MediaOcean (Chicago, IL)

MediaOcean is a leading provider of integrated procurement technology and advanced analytics to the advertising industry. MediaOcean solutions allow for unprecedented cross-media analytics and intelligence through superior planning, buying, workflow and data warehousing tools. The cornerstone of MediaOcean's solution is the MediaOcean O|X platform, offering buying, financial, and workflow tools across all media types. MediaOcean was acquired by Vista Equity Partners in June, 2015.

Move Networks

Move Networks (American Fork, UT)

Move Networks delivers broadcast-quality streaming over the Internet for leading broadcasters and media publishers through end-to-end video delivery services. From video capture and ingestion through the final viewing experience, Move Networks puts video and brand in the best possible light and provides complete measurement and reporting on the actual viewing experience for every single session. Move Networks was acquired by EchoStar (NASDAQ:SATS) in December, 2010.


Passenger (Los Angeles, CA)

Passenger® is the technology leader in on-demand Customer Collaboration. Through Passenger-powered Customer Collaboration, companies gain insight, drive innovation and build advocacy. Passenger combines leading social networking, collaboration and analystics technologies into a single intuitive platform, delivered Software-as-a-Service. Passenger was acquired by Learnicon in March, 2012.


Photobucket (Denver, CO)

Photobucket is the premier standalone photo and video sharing site, with a large and active user base around the world linking billions of personal photos, graphics, slideshows and videos daily to hundreds of thousands of Web sites. In addition to linking content, Photobucket users share their personal digital media by email, instant messaging, and mobile devices.


Playdom (Mountain View, CA)

Founded in 2008, Playdom is a leading social game platform publisher. With more than 42 million monthly active users, Playdom boasts the #1 title on MySpace, and has a fast-growing presence on Facebook and iPhone with hit games such as Social City and Sorority Life. Playdom was acquired by The Walt Disney Company (NYSE:DIS) in July, 2010.

Popular Media

Popular Media (San Francisco, CA)

PopularMedia helps advertisers and publishers multiply the impact of their online ad campaigns and significantly increase user engagement by wrapping standard online display ad units with an interactive social media layer. PopularMedia's Influencer Ad Platform allows marketers to create engaging online experiences that invite consumers to share content, products, and offers with their network of friends, relatives and colleagues. PopularMedia was acquired by StrongMail in June, 2009.

Pure Digital Technologies

Pure Digital Technologies (San Francisco, CA)

Pure Digital Technologies is a pioneer in developing simple, affordable digital imaging solutions for the mass market. Its award-winning product portfolio includes the world's only one-time-use digital video and still cameras as well as the revolutionary Flip Video family of digital camcorders. The Flip, Flip Ultra, and Flip Mino is available in over 10,000 retail locations including Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, Sam's Club, Target, Toys 'R Us, and Wal-Mart. Pure Digital Technologies was acquired by Cisco (NYSE:CSCO) in May, 2009.

Quigo Technologies

Quigo Technologies (New York City, NY)

Quigo develops proprietary ROI-based search solutions that facilitate online content-targeted advertising and search engine marketing. These technologies form the basis for Quigo's product offerings: AdSonar Exchange, a content-targeted advertising marketplace for advertisers and publishers and FeedPoint, a search engine marketing solution for advertisers and search engine marketing agencies. Quigo was acquired by AOL (NYSE:TWX) in December, 2007.


RazorGator (Los Angeles, CA)

RazorGator is the recognized leader in providing clients with the ability to buy and sell tickets to any event on the planet – from the Super Bowl and World Series to a U2 concert, the hottest Broadway or London shows, the National Finals Rodeo or the next home game to your favorite team. RazorGator provides the most trusted, most comprehensive global event experience available today by providing access to Hard-to-Getsm tickets, travel and concierge services, corporate hospitality and more. Razorgator was acquired by TickPick in May, 2018.


Reply (Los Altos, CA)

Reply! helps local merchants connect with one another to build a community network that can compete with large enterprises by teaming together to provide great deals and insights for local customers. Reply! provides a new and affordable way for merchants to acquire customers.

Rosum Corporation

Rosum Corporation (Redwood City, CA)

Rosum has developed a technology which monitors the analog and digital television signal to provide accurate, dependable mobile positioning. The system architecture possesses fundamental advantages including high reliability, low cost, low power usage, and both indoor & outdoor tracking. Rosum was acquired by TruePosition in December, 2010.


Scrapblog (San Francisco, CA)

Scrapblog is enhancing social media by empowering consumers to create and publish rich content from the Web to the Web. Through its multimedia scrapbooking service, users can mix-in their photos, videos, audio, text and other creative elements in an environment that is truly drag-and-drop easy. Scrapblog was acquired by Mixbook in December, 2010.


Sometrics (Los Angeles, CA)

Sometrics helps publishers monetize free-to-play games, virtual worlds, and social applications with the industry's most advanced offer platform and payment manager. Publishers gain a new revenue source that enhances existing payment methods, and increases conversions among paying users. Uniquely, the platform gives publishers full control, total transparency, and comprehensive customer support. Sometrics was acquired by American Express (NYSE:AXP) in September, 2011.


Vobile (Santa Clara, CA)

Founded in 2005, Vobile is a leading provider of video content identification and management products and services. Its core VideoDNA™ content identification technology enables fully automated identification, tracking and management of any video content with high performance, accuracy and scalability. With a portfolio of solutions, Vobile is revolutionizing the video industry, and powering the new Internet video economy.


Voodoovox (North Adams, MA)

VoodooVox has developed an advanced telephony platform enabling in-call advertising for radio station call-in lines and ad supported telephony (Voice-over-IP, free-411 and calling cards). Call data is aggregated into a caller analytics platform creating actionable information for advertising and promotions. VoodooVox completed its initial public offering in December, 2011 (CSE:VVX).