VxTel

VxTel provided silicon solutions for next-generation carrier networks. The company’s products use a unique signal-processing architecture optimized for voice, data and telecommunication, and multimedia applications. […]

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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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Telera

Telera provided a software platform for advanced voice applications. The company’s flagship Voice Web Application Platform enabled both wireline and wireless service providers to deliver advanced, business-centric voice applications. […]

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Syndesis

Syndesis was the market leader in the creation and activation of converged services over the Internet for the new public network.  They provided operational support system software to manage the Internet. […]

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SwitchOn Networks

SwitchOn Networks was a fabless semiconductor vendor that built the first 2.5Gbps classification processor. PMC Sierra acquired SwitchOn networks for $445m, then broadly shipped the SwitchOn technology into a broad array of networking applications that required complex classification of long strings. […]

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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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Mellanox

A kite boarder and scuba diver with a master’s degree in electrical engineering, Eyal Waldman co-founded Galileo Technology with Avigdor Willenz after designing microprocessors at Intel for four years. Galileo was acquired by Marvell. Equipped with significant expertise in high peformance switching and microprocessor design, Eyal, Roni, and their friends Shai Cohen and Michael Kagen […]

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