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).
Volantis Systems is the world’s leading supplier of Intelligent Content Adaptation solutions for the Mobile Internet, providing applications, tools and platforms that enable operators, service provider or enterprises to deliver any content to any mobile device. The company was acquired by Antenna Software, Inc. in January 2011.
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).