Wootcloud

Wootcloud is an Internet-of-Things cybersecurity company. They sell an appliance-enabled cloud service that protects the “corporate airspace” from cyber-threats. The WootCloud solution combines software-defined radio-based RF threat sensors that identify and tag devices in the vicinity of the corporate network and an IoT gateway for device fingerprinting and profiling with a cloud analytics platform that […]

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Innovium

Innovium is a venture-funded, pre-launch startup based in Silicon Valley. The company is focused on defining and developing innovative hardware and software solutions for the infrastructure market. Innovium team members have track records of delivering market-leading products that have collectively generated billions of dollars in revenues and valuation. […]

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Virident Systems

In 2006, the founding team of Virident set out to create data storage solutions that would maximize CPU utilization by boosting I/O performance. The company became known for its FlashMAX Connect product, the industry’s first software suite to deliver a shared server-side flash storage tier with enterprise-class reliability. One of the most notable use cases […]

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Santur Corporation

Santur Corporation developed tunable aser array and packaging technologies for optical transport networks. Santur achieved over 70% market share for tunable lasers before being acquired by Neophotonics on 9/29/11. […]

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Onetta

Founded by the inventor of the L-band irbuim-doped optical amplifier Dr. Yan Sun, Onetta was the first vendor to build a dynamic optical amplifier for metro transport networks. Onetta ramped quickly to $15m in revenue in year two, then was acquired by Bookham Technology, since renamed to Oclaro. […]

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GoPro

In 2002, GoPro founder and CEO Nick Woodman took a surfing trip to Australia. An avid surfer and outdoor photographer, Nick was frustrated that there was no effective way to capture the experience of life’s most important and exciting moments “in situ”, when you were actually DOING the activity. His personal unmet need set him […]

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Afara WebSystems

Based on research by Stanford CS Professor Dr. Kunle Olukotun, Afara WebSystems was an application server vendor that built the world’s first 8 core, 8 thread per core processor. Afara was acquired by SUN Microsystems. The Afara technology is the foundation of the Niagra and Victoria Falls line of processors, and is the core technology […]

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