Based in Silicon Valley, Quantance is a semiconductor start-up founded to build the industry’s fastest power supplies. Quantance plans initially to address the mobile wireless market by harvesting the transmit power and efficiency benefits achievable for 3G and 4G/LTE systems using its qBoost™ Envelope Tracking technology.
Pivot3 was founded on the idea that today’s stack of virtual servers, shared storage and networks could be radically simplified and unified through software innovation to increase scale-out performance while driving down cost. Pivot3 patented a vSTAC (Virtual Storage and Compute) operating system that runs on x86 commodity hardware and embeds server virtualization deep into the shared storage layer.
Pelican Imaging is a venture-backed software and IP start-up in the business of commercializing computational array cameras for the mobile market. Pelican’s array camera directly addresses the challenges posed by conventional camera design and small pixels.
NexPlanar builds the next generation of chemical mechanical planarization (CMP) pads for the semiconductor device industry. Its proprietary nano-domain technology, coupled with patented molded grooves and the unique ability to tune the pads, results in dramatically improved yields and lower cost of ownership with extended pad life.
MarketTools is the leader in software and services for enterprise feedback management and online market research. It gives customers the ability to continuously understand their target customers through innovative approaches based on advanced technology, research expertise, global market reach and an online panel community of over 2.5 million individuals worldwide. MarketTools was acquired by Survey Monkey in 2012.
LocBox provides online advertising services that help companies draw new customers and encourage the return of previous customers to their website by co-marketing with other businesses. Using LocBox services, companies can create offers, last-minute promotions, automatic reminders and loyalty programs.
InVisage Technologies is a fabless semiconductor company developing QuantumFilm, a breakthrough imaging-sensing technology that will replace silicon. Its first product enables high-fidelity, high-resolution images from handheld devices like camera phones and digital cameras.
INVIDI Technologies is the world’s only truly addressable targeted television advertising and marketing solution for cable, satellite and IPTV service providers at the headend, household and individual viewer level. It is instrumental in resolving the growing disparity between pay television’s greater share of television viewership and its disproportionately smaller share of advertising revenue.
iDoneThis is a web-based service where users can record their daily accomplishments for journaling, tracking tasks, business reporting and for simply staying motivated. The site launched in May 2010 and within a few months had attracted more than 10,000 users logging hundreds of thousands of entries per day.
Gain Fitness’s website and mobile app personalize exercise science to fit individuals’ unique lifestyles. Launched in 2011, it plans to disrupt the fitness industry, which is overly focused on sensationalized, guilt-driven marketing and aggressive distribution models. Founded by Google veterans and fitness experts, the company’s web and mobile services use patent-pending algorithms to create highly personalized, dynamic workout programs based on an individual’s body, goals and lifestyle.