PORTFOLIO COMPANIES


Dorado, acquired by CoreLogic, Inc. (NYSE: CLGX) in March 2011, provides hosted e-commerce and customer management services to financial institutions. Current services allow a mortgage company to get on-line quickly, reach Internet shoppers directly, maintain better customer relationships, and build links with business partners.
Edgewater Networks is a global leader in Application-Aware NetworkingTM solutions that ensure the secure and reliable delivery of real-time, IP based communications. EdgeMarc Series appliances provide a SIP, MGCP or H.323 VoIP aware NAT/Firewall, VoIP survivability, passive call quality monitoring and powerful but easy-to-use traffic management that ensures high quality voice and video. EdgeProtect Series session border controllers protect critical voice and video infrastructure elements from network based attacks and extend the reach of voice and video services. The EdgeView network management system is used to monitor network-wide call quality and provides diagnostic tools to quickly identify networking issues that negatively impact call quality.
Entone Technologies, acquired by Harmonic, Inc. (NASDAQ: HLIT) in December 2006, is a leading provider of carrier-class video servers that enable the delivery of personalized television services, such as video on demand (VOD). Entone is recognized for its practical focus on improving the business case for video services by offering the world's most scalable solution at very cost-effective levels.
Efficient Networks is a leading worldwide developer and supplier of digital subscriber line (DSL) customer premise equipment for the high-speed, high-volume digital communication or broadband access market. Efficient stands at the forefront of data communications and telecommunications convergence, bridging the gap with industry-leading solutions and applications. Efficient went public in July 1999 (NASDAQ: EFNT) and was acquired by Seimens AG (NYSE: SI) on February 22, 2001.
ExteNet Systems designs, builds and operates distributed antenna (DAS) systems for wireless carriers. Their systems provide an alternative to traditional wireless towers in areas where towers cannot be sited and/or higher capacity is required. The company is based in Chicago, Illinois.
Fulcrum was acquired by Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC) in July 2011. Fulcrum was built on research conducted at Caltech (California Institute of Technology) by the company's founding team, and developed the industry's first high-performance clockless semiconductor design methodology. Previously, clockless semiconductors were recognized only for their low power benefit, stemming from the elimination of the inefficient clock tree and the benefit provided by built-in circuit-level clock gating. Leveraging our patented clockless design methodology, Fulcrum has taken asynchronous design to new performance levels, achieving Gigahertz performance while still maintaining the power efficiency of perfect clock gating, and reliable operation over an extremely wide range of operating conditions.
Gluecode Software was an open source application infrastructure company, acquired by IBM (NYSE: IBM) in May 2005. Gluecode's products in business process management, security management, and enterprise portal enable a new breed of dynamic business applications that are open and responsive to change. Built on trusted open source components from the Apache Software Foundation, Gluecode products are delivered through a managed open source model that provides enterprise readiness through source code access, source-level technical support, and service-level agreements. Our customers benefit from the flexibility and control of open source while mitigating deployment risk.