Smart energy solutions
Augmentix builds applied computing servers for the defense, telecom, industrial and medical markets. Their servers are designed for mission critical applications that demand greater environmental ruggedness, reliability, expandability and serviceability.
Black Sand Technologies, Inc., is a fabless semiconductor company dedicated to building solutions for the wireless industry by combining sensitive analog and powerful digital circuits in silicon.
ClearCube is a recognized leader in centralized computing, thin client computing and desktop virtualization markets. ClearCube seeks to reduce IT management costs by consolidating resources, improve manageability and enhance security while maintaining full PC capabilities for users. The company delivers centralized desktop computing solutions that leverage its Sentral centralized management software to integrate powerful PC blade technology, cutting-edge user access devices and expert professional services to give organizations comprehensive, high-performance centralized computing and virtual desktop solutions. ClearCube has thousands of customers around the world in the financial services, government and education, healthcare and commercial and manufacturing industries. ClearCube has won numerous awards, including InfoWorld's prestigious "Technology of the Year Award" for the best blade system in 2006.
ColdWatt offers best in class AC-DC and DC-DC power converters that initially target computing, telecommunications, networking and storage applications. Using breakthrough innovations in magnetic components, circuit design, semiconductors, and materials, they offer the most efficient, highest density, and coolest power supplies available.
Copan is a storage systems company developing a disk system that can beat the price and performance of automated tape libraries.
Storage area network routers
Mixed signal IC's
Programmable mixed-signal system-on-chip products; acquired by Silicon Laboratories
D2Audio builds mixed-signal semiconductor products that are a part of digital power amplifiers used in consumer and professional audio/video equipment.
Since 1999, Draker has led the industry with innovative monitoring, management and control solutions for commercial and utility-scale PV systems. Draker’s products and services allow PV developers, owners and operators to predict, measure, monitor, manage, optimize and control their solar assets to increase yield and maximize profitability. Draker’s complete panel-to-grid (P2G) solutions include data acquisition and control hardware, Clarity™ DC analytics, Intelligent Array™ software, and a wide range of project and field-based services.
Egenera is a high-end server company that sells an Intel and AMD-based platform with virtualization and management capabilities normally found only in expensive Unix and mainframe systems
Innovative Silicon, Inc. (ISi) is a fast-growing, venture-backed company that develops and licenses Z-RAM - the world's densest, lowest-cost memory technology. Z-RAM which stands for Zero-Capacitor DRAM is a direct replacement for today's DRAM technologies and is ideal for complex Systems-on-Chip (SoC), microprocessors, and stand-alone DRAMs. Innovative Silicon has harnessed the floating body effect of SOI semiconductor devices to develop memory cells that are twice as dense as existing DRAM and five times as dense as existing SRAM. Innovative Silicon proprietary memory technology, called Z-RAMTM (for Zero capacitor DRAM), uses a standard SOI logic processes without new materials or extra process or masking steps. For most SOC and Microprocessor ICs, this results in SOI being a lower-cost solution than bulk silicon.
LifeSize is the first company to develop and deliver high definition video communications products. Founded by industry veterans and Headquartered in Austin,Texas, LifeSize's award winning solutions combine superior quality of experience, unique flexibility and unmatched price performance to make video communications a productive, true-to-life experience. LifeSize is headquartered in Austin, TX with subsidiaries in Europe and Asia Pacific, and a network of channel partners reaching more than 80 countries.
Data center network switches (NASDAQ: MCDT)
Navini Networks provides portable, plug-n-play broadband wireless access solutions. Navini's Ripwave portable, zero-install, non-line-of-sight (NLOS) product line of customer modems, base stations, and element management systems (EMS) run in the full range of spectrums for the broadband and WiMAX markets.
NetEffect is a network solutions company developing products to enable the next generation of high-performance, multi-gigabit Ethernet. NetEffect's products are full implementations of the iWARP Ethernet standards and fully compatible with the Ethernet infrastructure found in today's data centers.
Headquartered in Austin, Texas, NetStreams delivers the Ultimate IP A/V Experience by distributing high definition audio and video over TCP/IP networks. NetStreams' products, designed for commercial and residential use, offer unprecedented levels of performance, functionality, simplicity, reliability, and expandability. By combining audio/video content, meta-data and control signals into one stream and incorporating industry standards, NetStreams solutions are a smart investment. NetStreams is enabling the future of IP A/V - today.
Nitero is a fabless semiconductor company with offices in Austin, Texas and Melbourne Australia. We are designing an ultra-low power 60 GHz 802.11ad Wi-Fi solution that performs at speeds up to 10X faster than even the very latest 802.11ac Wi-Fi solutions - all that with close to zero latency.
OpenIncubate was formed by venture investors, tech industry leaders, and academic advisors in key technology hubs around the world to fund and foster innovative companies using open source to transform the IT infrastructure layer. Founding investors are Austin Ventures, Battery Ventures and The Valley Fund, located in the program’s first 3 hubs: Austin, Texas; Boston, Massachusetts; and Menlo Park, California. Advisors include Open Compute Foundation’s Cole Crawford, Capital Factory’s Joshua Baer and Akamai’s Mike Afergan. Teams are admitted and funded on a rolling basis throughout the year.
High-performance local area networking products
Reactivity provides secure XML infrastructures used by enterprises to realize the promise of web services architectures.
Voice switching products
Mixed signal ICs
EDA tools for modeling and analysis