Founded in 1997 and acquired by ACS, AccessLan, the Silicon Valley pioneer of PacketLoop, is a leading provider of business-focused and carrier-class access equipment for Integrated Communications Providers (ICPs).
AdMob is the world's largest mobile advertising marketplace. Founded in 2006, AdMob allows advertisers to reach their customers on the mobile Web and publishers to increase the value of their mobile sites. Google acquired AdMob in 2009.
Launched in 2006, Baynote's Collective Intelligence Platform™ delivers on-demand recommendation technology and social search. Baynote's SaaS solutions are easy to implement on top of existing infrastructure that increases online revenue, leads, and impressions.
Cloud Engines was formed in 2007 to change the way personal content is stored and distributed over the Internet. The Cloud Engines philosophy is that by making a product simple, open and affordable, the community will help make it better.
Founded in 1995, eBay Inc. provides the Internet platforms of choice for global commerce, payments and communications. Additionally, eBay owns some of the strongest brands in the world, including PayPal, Shopping.com, and others.
Founded in 1998 and acquired by Synchronoss Technologies in 2010, FusionOne is the established leader in mobile content portability, helping mobile subscribers transfer their content between mobile devices and sharing their content with popular internet applications.
Formerly known as SponsorHouse, HookIt is the largest network for online action sports enthusiasts, with over 550,000 members. It aims to connect athletes to potential sponsors.
Founded in 2001, Jive Software makes enterprise web collaboration software. Their products include Clearspace, their flagship team collaboration software; Openfire, an open source server; and Jive Forums, their premium forum software with clients like EA, ESPN and Nike.
Mailgun provides a web service for integrating email inboxes into apps. Mailgun was acquired by Rackspace in 2012.
Founded in 1997 and acquired by CA, Niku Corporation develops enterprise application software that cuts costs and increases productivity by automating the work of internal service organizations.
Founded in 2000 and now owned by Juniper Networks, Peribit Networks is the world leader in bandwidth creation products that boost application performance. Peribit’s patent-pending Molecular Sequence Reduction (MSR) technology dramatically improves wide-area network (WAN) performance.
Founded in 2009, ReadyForce is creating a virtual marketplace for on-demand labor.
Rypple is social software that makes great feedback and coaching easy. Rypple was acquired by Salesforce in 2011.
Founded in 1999, Salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM) is a software as a service (SaaS) company that distributes business software on a subscription basis. Salesforce hosts the applications offsite. It is best known for its Customer Relationship Management (CRM) products.
An entirely new communications experience, Sidecar weaves real-time video, photos, locations, and contacts seamlessly into the phone call.