We’ve had the pleasure of working with a diverse set of market leading companies.
2nd Watch is an AWS Premier Partner providing managed cloud services to enterprises. The company’s subject matter experts, software-enabled services and cutting-edge solutions provide companies with tested, proven, and trusted solutions, allowing them to fully leverage the power of the public cloud. Its patent-pending, proprietary tools automate everyday workload management processes for big data analytics, digital marketing, line-of-business and cloud native workloads.
Acronis is a leading provider of easy-to-use backup, recovery and security solutions for physical, virtual and cloud environments. Its patented disk imaging technology enables corporations, SMBs and consumers to protect their digital assets. With Acronis’ disaster recovery, deployment and migration software, users protect their digital information, maintain business continuity and reduce downtime. Acronis software is sold in more than 180 countries and available in 13 languages.
Borderfree (NASDAQ: BRDR) is the market leader in international ecommerce, operating a technology and services platform that enables U.S. retailers to transact with consumers in more than 100 countries worldwide. Using Borderfree, U.S. retailers can rapidly develop their global ecommerce business across all dimensions. The company takes care of every aspect of the international order lifecycle, including multi-currency pricing and payment processing, landed-cost calculation, customs clearance and brokerage, global logistics orchestration and international fraud management.
Chegg (NYSE: CHGG) is a full-service educational site for college students. Chegg is the number one online textbook rental company, and it helps students succeed in their college careers by offering a course scheduling tool and online homework help.
Cloud Sherpas is the leading independent provider of cloud integration services to the enterprise application market. As one of the first Google Enterprise partners, Cloud Sherpas has migrated over one million users across a variety of industries from legacy, on-premise messaging systems to Google Apps, helping organizations adopt cloud computing to innovate and dramatically reduce their IT expenses.
Cradlepoint is the leading provider of cloud-managed 3G/4G LTE networking solutions for distributed enterprises. Cradlepoint solutions provide uncompromised mobile broadband performance while delivering proven network system interoperability. Cradlepoint’s broad family of high-performance routers is designed for deployment in mission-critical applications that require 24×7 connectivity. With both integrated wireless WAN and non-integrated versions, the solutions are ideal for distributed operations and emerging industries that require either remote connectivity or multi-WAN redundancy. Cradlepoint’s powerful Enterprise Cloud Manager enables enterprise network administrators to easily monitor, manage, and maintain all endpoints in their distributed system running on different networks from a single location.
Drillinginfo is an emerging leader in oil and gas exploration information services. The Company provides land leasing, well production, drilling activity, wellbore configuration, and sales information, along with analytical tools to the US upstream oil and gas industry.
euNetworks is a communications provider that owns and operates metropolitan fiber networks across Western Europe offering high-speed data services.
ExteNet Systems builds high-performance Open Distributed Antenna System (DAS) Networks that enhance capacity and extend geographic coverage for Wireless Service Providers (WSPs) in areas where implementation is too costly or difficult. ExteNet’s DAS architecture supports standards-based technologies and can transmit wireless signals from all WSPs. ExteNet has also developed an In-Building solution that addresses indoor coverage needs for office buildings, campuses, casinos and shopping malls.
Inflow was a leading provider of hosting, collocation, and other data-center based services to enterprises in twelve US-based markets. Inflow was acquired by Sungard Data Systems in 2005.
Kony is the leading independent Mobile Application Development Platform (MADP) for the enterprise market, with more than 350 customers in 45 countries. Kony delivers an end-to-end, integrated, cloud-based platform that enables enterprises to quickly design, build, test, deploy and manage multi-channel app experiences. Kony’s suite of customizable, ready-to-run apps lower TCO, ensure faster time to market, and provide enterprises the flexibility to evolve at the speed of mobile technology.
Lanx was a medical device company that developed and marketed innovative surgical implants and biological products for use in spinal surgery.
LogRhythm developed an enterprise-class Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) platform. The company’s patented and award-winning Security Analytics platform and Network Monitor product empower organizations to accurately detect breaches and the most sophisticated cyber threats fast. LogRhythm also provides compliance automation and assurance as well as IT intelligence solutions.
Lytx (formerly DriveCam, Inc.) helps companies advance the safety and efficiency of their drivers by harnessing the power of data to change human behavior. The company identifies and addresses the causes of risky driving behavior by collecting vehicle and driver data and combining it with predictive analytics and their Lytx Insights program to help clients be safer on the roads.
Market Force is a leading global customer experience information company providing in-store information to major retailers, restaurants, and consumer packaged goods companies. Market Force’s strategy is to acquire custom research companies and invest in technology to further enhance the value and utility of the information it provides to clients.
New Global Telecom (NGT) is the largest provider of wholesale hosted and trunk-based Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) solutions in the United States. At its core, NGT enables small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs) to access phone features and communications tools previously only available to Fortune 500 companies. NGT serves SMBs in partnership with many small, medium and large distribution partners throughout the US.
NSS Labs, Inc. is the global leader in security product testing and advisory services, providing businesses with the objective information, analysis, and tools they need to successfully manage cyber security risk. NSS offers advanced solutions including the Cyber Advanced Warning System” (CAWS) — a cloud service that continuously captures live attacks being used by threat actors, and tests security products against those attacks in real time. CEOs, CIOs, CISOs, and information security professionals from many of the world’s largest and most demanding enterprises rely on insight from NSS.
FDN Communications was a facilities-based carrier providing voice, data and Internet services to customers in Florida and Georgia. FDN was acquired by NuVox Communications in 2007. NuVox provided voice, data, and Internet services to more than 43,000 business customers in 16 midwestern and southeastern states. NuVox is one of the largest Competitive Local Exchange Carriers (CLEC) in the United States. NuVox was acquired by WindStream in 2009 for $643 million.
Optasite acquired and developed telecommunications tower sites in the United States. The company served mobile wireless carriers, government agencies, public safety organizations, private enterprises, and two-way radio service providers. Optasite was acquired by SBA Communications in 2008 for $427 million.
RockYou is a cross-platform media company that acquires once popular but sunsetting social games and extends their profitable life. Founded in 2005, RockYou runs the world’s largest in-game video ad platform for premium brands, connecting them to 75 million+ users. RockYou applies its proprietary technology and expertise as a top social game developer to run the world’s best monetized ad platform for games, so advertisers can reach highly engaged consumers, and game developers can monetize their entire player base. RockYou’s video network generates more than 1B video impressions per month.
TradeKing is a nationally licensed online stock and options broker offering simple, low cost online trading. The TradeKing platform features online equity, options, ETF, mutual fund and fixed-income trading tools accompanied by a rich set of news, research and analysis capabilities..
Tristar Investors is a telecommunications company that serves landowners who own cell tower leases. By working with TriStar’s experienced management team, landowners have the opportunity to discover the true value of their existing cell tower lease. TriStar purchases the rights to ground leases and creates long-term revenue sharing partnerships with current landowners. TriStar seeks strategic sites that make up a portion of the critical network backbone of the US wireless network.
Walz is a software, technology and outsourcing platform that enables clients in various industries to communicate with their counterparties (such as borrowers, attorneys, taxpayers, customers, etc.) according to the compliance requirements mandated by regulation.
Wikia is the world’s largest network of user-generated content focused on media, pop culture, and entertainment. Founded in 2006 by the creator of Wikipedia, Wikia is a network of over 330,000 fan-authored and moderated communities that focus on seven distinct content verticals: movies, TV, comics, games, music, lifestyles, and books.
Zayo Group provides bandwidth services to carriers, web-centric companies, public institutions and enterprises. The company owns and operates fiber optic networks in various regions of the United States. Zayo’s mission is to be a highly reliable and responsive bandwidth provider in those geographies where it has fiber networks.