Codility is a software platform that helps tech recruiters and hiring managers assess their candidates' skills by testing their code online.
No Wires Needed provided IEEE 802.11b-compliant wireless LAN (WLAN) technology and products, including innovative solutions for residential wireless-to-broadband gateways. The company was acquired in June 2000 by Intersil Corporation (Nasdaq:ISIL).
Altitun developed and manufactured tunable semiconductor lasers for use in optical networking applications. The company was acquired in May 2000 by ADC Telecommunications Inc (Nasdaq:ADCT) for $872 million.
Cramer Systems is a leading provider of operations and support systems software (OSS) to the global telecommunications industry. Cramer was acquired in August 2006 by Amdocs (NYSE: DOX) for $375 million cash consideration. See Case Study and Interview with founder Jon Craton.
Orchestream provided software to manage Internet protocol (IP) services across carrier and enterprise networks. The company went public in June 2000 on the LSE and NASDAQ and was subsequently acquired by Metasolv in January 2003, which is now part of Oracle (Nasdaq:ORCL).
Paragon Software developed software to synchronize data between wireless devices and PCs over the Internet. The company was acquired in March 2000 for $540 million by Phone.com, which is now Openwave Systems (Nasdaq:OPWV).