Clearswift is the world’s leading provider of policy-based content filtering software, enabling 15,000 organisations to protect their networks and their intellectual property from email- and web-borne threats, such as viruses, malicious code and inappropriate use by employees. Clearswift was acquired by a Newco funded by Lyceum Capital in December 2011.
Monis, a spinout of the London Business School, developed software to enables finance professionals to analyze and value complex financial instruments. The company was acquired by Sungard Data Systems in August 2002.
Aarohi developed next-generation storage components and processors, used by systems suppliers such as McData Corporation to provide new intelligent storage platforms. The company was acquired by Emulex (NYSE:ELX) in 2006.
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.
Aspective was Europe’s first application service provider (ASP) to implement, manage and deliver market-leading front office applications such as Siebel and Broadvision. The company was acquired by Vodafone UK in December 2006.
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).