Accipiter develops and markets Internet application software
enables web sites to deliver targeted advertising based on
specific demographic profiles and to track individual visitors
a site. In April 1998, Accipiter was sold to CMG Information
Services, Inc. (CMGI), a NASDAQ traded Internet company.
Agiletrac solution uses location-based technologies
RFID) to enable hospitals to track and identify assets,
medical equipment, surgical instruments, supplies and
pharmaceuticals. RFID uses tiny tags affixed to medical
containers and supplies to wirelessly transmit real-time
to resource and workflow management applications. Agility
clients leverage Agiletrac to optimize asset utilization,
operating costs and improve care quality for the healthcare
Company was sold in September 2008 to GE Healthcare.
Blackboard develops software that allows universities and
corporations to host classes and training on the World Wide
Blackboard currently powers learning environments at more than
3,300 institutions nationwide and in more than 70 countries
worldwide. Blackboard had its IPO in June 2004 (NASDAQ:
Covelight Systems is an innovator of solutions that detect
fraud and abuse of critical web-enabled assets. The
patent-pending solutions deliver actionable intelligence in
form of real-time incident detection and notification,
and security analytics, and extensive forensic audit trails to
ensure an enterprise’s web-application user community is
held accountable. Covelight was sold to Radware (NASDAQ: RDWE)
DataFlux is a software company that focuses on the development
commercialization of innovative database software products
designed to significantly improve the accuracy and usability
organization's data. During the second quarter of 2000,
was acquired by SAS Institute of Cary, NC.
EDCare Management, Inc, located in Ft.
Lauderdale, Florida with significant operations in Durham,
Carolina, provides a full range of outsourced emergency
and physician staffing services to acute care hospitals.
provides its client hospitals with turnkey management of their
emergency department operations, including physician
staffing, scheduling, payroll, administration, and patient
and collection services. |
Company was sold in October 2008 to EDP Investment Holdings.
Emageon provides deep archiving, web distribution and viewing
solutions for the healthcare industry. The company’s
products enable healthcare providers to immediately archive
diagnostic images (MRI, CT, CR, etc.) and simultaneously make
images available to healthcare professionals across the
at the point of care. Emageon had its IPO in February
InPhonic is the leading end-to-end solutions provider in the
development and management of Virtual Private Wireless
enabling its clients to deliver wireless content, access
data and control device management to their end-users through
combination of wireless and Internet based products and
Inphonic had its IPO in November 2004 (NASDAQ: INPC).
Natus is a medical device company that develops,
and markets proprietary, non-invasive medical instruments and
related disposables for use in diagnosing diseases in newborn
infants and children. Natus had its IPO in July 2001 (NASDAQ:
Recordant delivers "Moment of Truth Intelligence (MOTI)"
through frontline capture technology in order to maximize
potential and customer satisfaction. Frontline capture
incorporates audio capture, analytics and consultative
enabling clients to see what is actually happening on the
floor across every interaction, every day.
Solution Technology manufactures a family of polishes for
precision polishing applications, including products for the
optical, metallurgical and semiconductor industries. In 1997,
Rodel, Inc., a manufacturer of pads used in polishing
semiconductor wafers in the semiconductor industry, purchased
Unitive is a spin-off from MCNC, the non-profit
center in RTP. The company is a semiconductor packaging
technology firm that is commercializing one of the world's
flip chip solder bumping technologies for the electronics
industry. Unitive was acquired by Amkor Technology in
Virologic is a biotechnology company that performs,
and markets drug susceptibility and resistance tests to be
optimizing the treatment of patients with serious viral
infections. Virologic had its IPO in May 2000 (NASDAQ:
WiDeFi is a fabless semiconductor chip vendor developing wireless repeater technology and solutions that improve the range, performance, quality of service, capacity and security for existing wireless networks.