Quadgen Wireless is a network engineering and optimization solutions company (NOC-as-a-Service) with deep experience in wireless, transport, and core network solutions. The company provides end to end solutions to its telecom customers including network optimization, network consolidation, spectrum grooming, and integration.
Percipient provides advanced analytics for national security and now corporate security missions.
Paxata transforms data into information on-demand to empower every person, process, and system in the organization to be more intelligent. Our Adaptive Information Platform provides business leaders and analysts with an enterprise-grade, self-service data preparation application to deliver better customer experiences, improve operational efficiencies, and comply with regulatory requirements. Built on Apache SparkTM and optimized to run in hybrid, multi-cloud environments, Paxata leverages automated artificial intelligence and distributed computing to deliver an immersive business consumer experience that accelerates and automates the data-to-insight pipeline.
NOD creates virtual machines that track and translate human movement by completely tuning to people. The products include drones, smart homes and virtual reality.
NetSpeed Systems provided scalable, coherent, Network-on-Chip (NoC) IPs to System-on-Chip (SoC) designers for a wide range of markets—from mobile to high-performance computing and networking.
Nebulon is a data platform company that has developed a hybrid IT storage solution providing cloud-defined enterprise storage capabilities for virtualized and bare metal environments with significant advantages over storage arrays as well as Software-Defined Storage and Hyper Converged Infrastructure.
Mojo Networks sold cloud-wifi access point products to SME and education markets. It also sold WIPS (wifi security) products to government and enterprise customers. Headquarterd in Silicon Valley, the company had a global footprint, with a large engineering force in India.
MetaSwitch is the world’s leading cloud native communications software company. The company develops commercial and open-source software solutions that are constructively disrupting the way that service providers build, scale, innovate, and account for communication services.
Lion Semiconductor develops new power/battery management ICs using proprietary technologies that are fundamentally different from those that currently exist in the market. The company was founded in 2013 and has offices in San Francisco, Seoul, and Shenzhen.
Komprise, the industry-leader in intelligent data management across clouds, empowers businesses to efficiently manage today’s massive scale of data growth while unlocking its value. The Komprise mission is to radically simplify data management through intelligent automation. Komprise partners include Western Digital, IBM, NetApp, EMC, Google Cloud Platform, Amazon Web Services, and Azure. Komprise is used by enterprises to intelligently manage data at scale.