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Networking and Storage

Intel Capital investments in this area are focused on establishing Intel network and storage processors as the mainstream method of building IP based network and storage infrastructure.

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Accordion Networks
Accordion Networks designs and supplies next-generation onsite broadband multi-services activation platforms that enable New-World Service Providers around the globe to activate, personalize and manage business-class broadband services in the new business e-conomy. Accordion's OnsitePOP* platform enables service providers to deliver differentiated, value-added business-class IP/application services, as well as a full-suite of legacy services from the network edge.

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ADMtek Inc.
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AEP Ltd.
Accelerated Encryption Processing Inc. (AEP) is a multinational company specializing in e-Security. AEP develops, manufactures and markets the fastest range of hardware cryptographic accelerators available. The company is based in Dublin, Ireland with offices in California and London. AEP's expertise in cryptography coupled with a wide ranging skill set from ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) design through application programming provides all the necessary building blocks for full sub-system design.

This ensures a fast 'time-to-market' of leading-edge cryptographic solutions for the SSL/SET, PKI, VPN and Mobile markets globally. Solutions ranging from products, system integration, IP and design services make AEP the Cryptographic Specialists of choice.

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Airslide Systems, Inc.
Airslide Systems is a leading developer of IP-based solutions for wireless networks. Airslide's evolutionary product, the Airslide Signaling Gateway* (ASG) uses patent-pending technology to offload signaling traffic, significantly reducing carriers' costs and providing a seamless migration path to an all-IP backbone for 2G/2.5G/3G networks.The fully-scalable ASG leverages a carrier's existing infrastructure, preserving all SS7 functionality while relieving SS7 bottlenecks and reducing capital and operating expenses.

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Altitude Software
Altitude Software (formerly Easyphone) is a global provider of award-winning solutions for Unified Customer Interaction*(uCI) which enables companies to unify, integrate and optimize customer relationships. As a global company with offices worldwide, more than 250 customers look to Altitude Software for integrated eCRM solutions that leverage a company's existing communications and technology investments.

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Apex Voice Communications
Established in 1989, APEX Voice Communications is a leading manufacturer of enhanced services and billing solutions for wireless and wireline telecom carriers, service providers and enterprises worldwide. Our high-density, open platforms enable carriers to bring innovative, revenue-generating services to market quickly and cost-effectively. More than 200 carriers in over 75 countries have deployed APEX solutions. APEX products are engineered for both TDM- and IP-based networks, and offer circuit-based carriers a cost-effective migration path to packet-based services. APEX provides regional sales and support services through its offices worldwide.

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Aplion Networks, Inc.
Aplion Networks is an innovator in creating solutions that address service provider business challenges. Aplion's Network Virtuoso* is an integrated hardware and software solution that vastly simplifies how to create and deliver communications services. Through its unique architecture, services are created and delivered over existing customer connections via a simple Point-Click-Deliver* process, with each service (including content based services) prioritized to the individual desktop. Aplion's unique and powerful value proposition for service providers: "Install our solution and you'll be able to: (1) vastly reduce service life cycle costs (which represent 80% of the cost to provide a service to each customer) (2) leverage your existing network infrastructure (3) quickly create and deliver an unlimited range of value-added services simultaneously over existing customer connections, and (4) increase your revenue and profits from each business customer". For more information, visit www.aplion.com or call (732) 287-5700 extension 300.

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ArtinSoft S.A
ArtinSoft is a leader in enterprise software migration and upgrade technology. Founded in 1993, ArtinSoft's breakthrough Freedom technology and Consulting Services are used by enterprises worldwide to accelerate software evolution to modern platforms. ArtinSoft's cost-efficient, rapid and scaleable solutions empower companies to migrate and upgrade mission critical applications and to leverage the knowledge capital embedded in existing software assets.

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Baobab Technologies, Inc.
Baobab software cost-effectively automates complex phone transactions that current speech recognition systems cannot address. The software incorporates unique natural language understanding (NLU) technology thatputs a caller, as opposed to an automated system, in control of a call, enabling call centers to offer better customer service at a lower cost.

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BoostWorks
BoostWorks* is a leading provider of server-based products Accelerating the Last Mile* by optimizing the delivery of Web content and application data. The last mile is defined as the connection between the edge of the network and the user agent, including wireless, dial-up and broadband connections.

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Braxtel Communications
Braxtel Communications (formerly SalesLan): Braxtel Communications was formed in 1997 as a spin-off of a successful European telecommunication integration organization. The company's headquarters are in Dublin, Ireland with U.S. operations based in Dallas, Texas. Braxtel provides integrated communication solutions for customer call and interaction centers supporting telephone, voicemail, email, web and fax interactions. The powerful Fluency Interaction System* allows you to derive maximum benefit from the strategic data systems and customer agents deployed to ensure your customer' s satisfaction and loyalty. www.braxtel.com

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CenterBeam, Inc.
Selected as one of Upside Magazine's "Hot 100 Companies," CenterBeam provides a fully managed and architected IT infrastructure solution. Capitalizing on recent technology development and economies of scale, the company is able to provide enterprise-level services to small and medium-sized organizations, services that were previously out of reach.

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Chrysalis-ITS
Chrysalis-ITS Incorporated is a leader in building hardware security products that add trust and speed to e-commerce, PKI and VPN applications. Offering unmatched hardware-based key management and high-performance cryptographic processing, Chrysalis-ITS products enable fast, trusted Internet transactions. Chrysalis-ITS products power security solutions deployed to customers spanning the world's leading financial institutions, service providers, and government agencies. Chrysalis-ITS products are delivered through a global network of distributors and value-added resellers. Founded in 1994, Chrysalis-ITS is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada, with offices in England, Japan and the United States. The company website is www.chrysalis-its.com.

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Consystant Design Technologies, Inc.
Consystant is a privately held company located in Kirkland, Washington. The company was incorporated in 1999 with the mission of providing innovative software design solutions for creating distributed software in complex multiprocessor embedded systems.

Consystant's integrated design platform, Strata*NP Design Suite, is an advanced software design environment for network processors. Incorporating proven software components available from the industry's best sources, StrataNP Design Suite enables faster design exploration, application development and software system validation to create optimal application performance. With StrataNP, network equipment manufacturers can maximize resources, minimize costs, and reduce time-to-market.

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Continuous Computing Corporation
Continuous Computing (CCPU) is a leading provider of High Availability (HA) computing solutions for telecom equipment manufacturers. Customers such as Alcatel, Cisco, Ericsson, and numerous other leading equipment manufacturers use CCPU products to rapidly develop and deploy HA (99.999% available) systems for Voice-over-Packet, IP Optical, 2.5G/3G Wireless, IP Storage, and other next generation telecom applications.

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CopperCom
CopperCom is Giving Voice to DSL - paving the way for next generation high-bandwidth applications in the local loop. The company designs, develops, and markets a new class of DSL products that let phone companies deliver high-speed data and multiple telephone lines simultaneously over a single copper pair.

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Coresma
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CosmoCom, Inc.
CosmoCom, Inc., a leader in universal access contact center technology, enhances Customer Relationship Management for both service providers and their customers with CosmoCall Universe. CosmoCall Universe is an all-IP contact center platform that was designed from the ground up to enable all forms of customer communication -- traditional telephone calls with interactive voice response sessions, fax, e-mail, and live communication and collaboration sessions from the web via keyboard chat, voice, and video. The system is a complete, new generation alternative to the traditional telephone-based automatic call distributors used in most call centers today.

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Crossbeam Systems
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DataCore Software Corporation
DataCore Software Corporation is an innovator in storage networking software. Its SANsymphony* Software helps companies respond to accelerating growth and change in storage requirements by creating a shared storage pool from networked storage elements. SANsymphony software transforms Intel servers running Windows NT into storage servers capable of serving storage across a SAN to UNIX, Linux, Netware, Windows, and MacOS application platforms. A privately-held company founded in 1998 by some of the industry's most respected storage technologists, DataCore is headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., with U.S. branch offices in Research Triangle Park and Silicon Valley, and subsidiaries in the United Kingdom, France and Germany.

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Deccanet Designs
Additional information on this company will be forthcoming.

Easy System Inc.
Easy System Inc. is a Seoul-based e-Business solutions provider, formed in 1992, covering CRM, KMS, e-commerce and ITS.

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eKit
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Elix
Elix is a world-leading provider of interactive business solutions serving the contact center industry, telecommunications network operators, financial institutions, government agencies and global systems integrators.

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Entercept Security Technologies
Entercept Security Technologies (formerly ClickNet) is a premiere provider of pro-active protection for e-Servers, their applications and the Operating System. Our flagship products, Entercept* 2.0 and Entercept Web Server Edition, help companies meet the challenges of securing e-Business, by keeping corporate assets secure.

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Envox.com
Founded in 1994, Envox is a leading producer of software for the rapid development and management of converged communications applications including contact center, wireless, messaging, IP, voice portal, CRM and carrier solutions. Envox shortens development cycles, improves time to market and offers an extremely cost effective solution.

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Fast-Chip, Inc.
Founded in 1998, Fast-Chip Incorporated is a fabless semiconductor company that provides packet processing solutions to networking equipment OEMs that enable the delivery of premium, billable services across the network infrastructure with uncompromising performance.

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Gilian Technologies, Inc.
Gilian Technologies is a technology leader in Web security and availability. Gilian's unique approach of scrutinizing content as it exits the Web site ensures that even if the Web site has been hacked or defaced, a company's brand image, and the credibility of online information, will be preserved.

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GoAhead Software, Inc.
GoAhead Software is a leading provider of service availability software for Internet infrastructure. The GoAhead SelfReliant product line manages communications devices and servers internally and collectively to provide on-demand, uninterrupted service for end users. GoAhead off-the-shelf solutions accelerate time-to-market for communications equipment manufacturers and reduce equipment and support costs. The privately held company was formed in 1995 and is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington.

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HeyAnita, Inc.
HeyAnita is a leading voice software company providing carrier grade software platforms and interactive voice user interfaces to companies worldwide. HeyAnita's powerful standards-based voice technology is deployed through ASP, in-premise and OEM models. Companies using HeyAnita's voice solutions include Sprint PCS, Ford Motor Company, Net2Phone, Inc., and Korea Telecom (through HeyAnita Korea).

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Ikanos Communications
Ikanos Communications has created a single chipset solution that serves the MFE, MxU, and CO/RT connectivity markets. Ikanos' industry-leading single chipset solution enables broadband access equipment vendors to configure LRFE, EFM, VDSL-DMT 998, VDSL-DMT 997, and VDSL-DMT Flex standards which slashes time-to-market and lowers development, manufacturing, and inventory costs. www.ikanos.com

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Ind Telesoft Pvt Ltd
Since inception in 1994, TeleSoft has focused on building innovative technology solutions for a global telecom customer base. More recently, TeleSoft helped incubate Softswitch technology for the wireless mobile market. Today, the company has an excellent understanding in next-gen Call Processing space and offers services in Call Control, Enhanced Services, Protocols, EMS and BSS for IP based wireline and wireless networks for carrier and enterprise systems.

TeleSoft has implemented support for Class5 features, value added IP Class4 features like pre-paid, collect call, single / two stage for pre-paid features. Also, support for open service creation environments to help in addition and modification of features in real-time. The Enhanced Services group has excellent understanding of IN-CS2 call model together with Parlay interface development for carrier and 3G / UMTS mobile networks. The media server team has developed IP media server solutions based on industry standard gateways / DSP boards and is well versed with emerging industry protocols in VoIP.

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Indra Networks, Inc.
Indra Networks develops innovative technology and products for Internet Acceleration Devices. The first product, currently in Beta testing, accelerates downloads of HTML/XML/Java pages on the Internet by a factor of 2X to 3X, and provides significant decrease in bandwidth usage, by up to 6X. This solution is available on a standard, easy to deploy hardware compression PCI card, and is based on design solutions developed in-house by Indra's experienced engineering teams.

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IP Dynamics, Inc.
IP Dynamics, a Silicon Valley startup, is leading the introduction of Software VPN Overlays, a new breed of VPN solutions for dynamic, software-based VPN services. IP Dynamics provides carrier-class solutions for Internet-based service providers to offer new VPN services as an affordable commodity.

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IP Infusion
Founded in 1999, IP Infusion is a privately held company with headquarters in San Jose, California, and a Network Processing Group in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. IP Infusion is a leading provider of advanced networking software for the development of next generation communications, networking and wireless equipment.

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iTelco Communications, Inc.
Founded in 1999, iTelco Communications, Inc., provides a highly scalable and global IP based service platform to, next generation carriers, Internet Service Providers (ISPs), and web-based businesses with advanced telephony and wireless applications.

Our Enhanced Communication Services (ECS) suite of products is an extraordinarily powerful way to unify and simplify communications by combining web and telephony features into one package. We enable users to personalize and control all forms of communications, including inbound (voicemail, email, fax-mail, intelligent voice and fax forwarding, etc.) and outbound (VoIP, long-distance calls, least-call-routing, intelligent call forwarding, intelligent call screening and other advanced features) communications. The three products that make up the ECS suite are: iTelco Conference, iTelco Unified Messaging and iTelco Unified Communications.

The company is headquartered in San Jose, California, and has branch offices in Shanghai, Beijing and Taipei, with expansion plans in place to other international markets.

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Kagoor Networks, Inc.
With its strong commitment to innovation, excellence, and superior support, Kagoor's mission is to make VoIP ubiquitous by helping service providers overcome the technical and business roadblocks that have inhibited widespread commercial deployment of VoIP services. Founded in early 2000, Kagoor is headquartered in San Mateo, California, and manages an R&D facility in Herzeliya, Israel.

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LynuxWorks, Inc.
LynuxWorks (formerly Lynx) is a founding member of the RTOS industry, creating its first real time product (LynxOS) in the late 1980s. Today it is an embedded Linux provider that has over 40 offices and has hundreds of thousands of copies of its software used around the world in a wide range of products. It has over 100 partner relationships and is ISO 9001 registered. www.lynuxworks.com

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NetCentrex S.A
NetCentrex delivers next-generation networking products and network-based applications for Voice-over-IP (VoIP) and standard PSTN networks. The products enable service providers to build converged networks and to offer network-based multi-media services for the eCRM, consumer and enterprise markets. Founded in 1998, NetCentrex has over 100 customers across North America and Europe. Worldwide partners include Cisco, Compaq, Nortel Networks, and Pagoo.

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NetOctave, Inc.
NetOctave is a leading developer of network security processors for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL), IP Security (IPsec), and IP Storage applications. NetOctave's OEM solutions enable networking system companies to meet their customers' growing need for wire-speed SSL and IPsec security protocol implementations. NetOctave's security accelerators and security acceleration add-in cards deliver complete security offload for network equipment manufacturers. For more information on NetOctave, call 1-919-463-9903 x329 or visit NetOctave's web site at www.netoctave.com.

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NetScaler Inc.
NetScaler, Inc. is a global leader in developing high-performance Internet traffic management solutions. NetScaler's award-winning product family applies the company's breakthrough, patent-pending Request Switching* technology to deliver best in class web site throughput, scalability, site protection and network ROI.

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Network Physics
Network Physics develops products that apply chaotic system control theory to analyze and dramatically improve enterprise application performance across the Internet. By bringing together world leaders in the physics of complex systems with experts in network engineering from companies such as Cisco, Sun, IBM, Packeteer and Cacheflow, Network Physics has created a technology platform that can uniquely see into the Internet cloud and guide enterprise applications safely through. Led by an experienced executive team and backed by a board of advisors that includes three Nobel laureates, the company has assembled a stellar team of physicists, engineers, and software developers. Network Physics was founded in March 1999 and began deployments of its technology at major web sites in May 2000.

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NewMonics, Inc.
NewMonics was founded in 1996 to commercially pursue the advancements in Java technology pioneered by Dr. Kelvin Nilsen, who today serves as the company's Chief Technology Officer. Dr. Nilsen's research led to the development of a groundbreaking clean-room version of a Java virtual machine created from the ground up for complex embedded systems. The technology, called the PERC Core Platform, is today the heart of embedded products in industries such as network infrastructure, industrial automation, and telematics.

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NFR Security, Inc.
Incorporated in 1996, NFR Security, Inc. develops and markets a range of information security products that protect IT assets from external and internal attacks. NFR's centrally managed intrusion protection system monitors distributed resources, including networks, servers, workstations, applications, etc., and responds when suspicious activity is detected. It also provides powerful forensic capabilities for the analysis and early detection of new threats.

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Omneon Video Networks
Omneon Video Networks provides infrastructure for new media. Omneon's Networked Content Server System is a highly scalable, data-type independent, shared-storage infrastructure. The solution is a platform that supports third-party software applications for control and transmission, media management, archive, and collaborative production. Omneon systems are used by content producers and distributors for simultaneous program creation and re-purposing for any type of distribution method.

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Onset Technology
Onset Technology is a leading provider of solutions that convert messages -- including fax, email and attachments - into device-independent information that individuals and businesses can easily and immediately access and use. The company's METAmessage for Wireless and its ThruFax solutions are available as ASP service offerings for individuals and workgroups, enterprise offerings for corporations, and as carrier offerings for telco, ASP and ISP providers.

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OSA
OSA Technologies, Inc. (OSA) was established in July 2000 to deliver Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) building blocks and solutions. OSA raised $10 million in Series A funding from strategic investors including Intel Corporation, Storm Ventures, Global Internet Ventures, and leading hardware OEMs in Taiwan. OSA is headquartered in Silicon Valley, with sales and development offices in Beijing, Shanghai, and Taipei, currently employing more than 60 people worldwide.

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Pingtel
Pingtel powers a renaissance in voice services and applications with one of the world''s first intelligent Java-based, voice-over-IP phones, softphones and management software for service providers and enterprises. New voice applications for personal productivity; industry and occupation-specific tasks; and Web-telephony integration (WTI) will produce a variety of new business opportunities for telephony and application service providers.

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Proxim, Inc.
Proxim delivers a complete range of easy-to-use mobile productivity solutions. With more than 15 years at the forefront of wirefree innovation and product development. Proxim is a leader in its market segment and continues to develop one of the most dependable, cost-effective and secure wirefree broadband networking solutions available.

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RadiSys
RadiSys is a global leader and one of the world's fastest growing suppliers in the design, manufacture and integration of open system computing platforms and "perfect fit" embedded computing solutions for OEM applications in telecommunications, automation, medical devices, transportation, transaction terminals, and test and measurement industries.

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Rainfinity
Rainfinity delivers continuous availability for business transactions by eliminating failures across the Internet infrastructure. The company'saward-winning solutions provide high availability, performance scaling, and transparent recovery for the critical elements of e-business transactions, including security, web and application servers and network connections.Utilizing RAIN clustering technology developed at Caltech and NASA, Rainfinity's intelligent open platform for the network edge simplifiesInternet application deployment and management, allowing organizations togrow their infrastructures painlessly and without limit as their Internet demands increase. Rainfinity, which was selected as a 2001 Crossroads A-List Award winner, ensures fast, efficient, uninterrupted service for a newgeneration of always-on' e-business solutions at customer sites around the world, including Dresdner Bank, Boise-Cascade and Home Shopping Network's HSN.com. The company's headquarters are in San Jose, California, with additional offices across the United States, England, France, Germany, Latin America, and Asia.

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Riverhead Networks
Riverhead was founded in December 2000 by a team of professionals with vast technological expertise and extensive training in the fields of computer security. Using a series of complex algorithms to alert and prevent DDoS attacks, Riverheads's solutions allow uninterrupted operations, even in the midst of an unauthorized or malicious attack.

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Sandburst
Sandburst is a fabless semiconductor company developing packet switching technology needed to support high performance switching solutions and enable new network services. Founded in June 2000 by Arvind, the Johnson Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at MIT, Sandburst has received more than $36 million in venture funding. Sandburst is headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts.

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Silicon Access Networks
Silicon Access Networks provides ultra-high performance silicon and software solutions that enable a new level of differentiated services and unprecedented reliability in metropolitan, wide area and enterprise network routers and switches.

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Solidum Systems Corporation
Established in 1997 and based in Ottawa, Canada, and Scotts Valley, CA, Solidum is a leader in the development of wirespeed packet classification products. Solidum's unique approach, based on programmable state machine technology and an openly distributed pattern processing language, accelerates the time to market for a wide range of broadband network applications.

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Solsoft, Inc.
As a leading provider of policy management for e-Business security, Solsoft is recognized as a pioneer for its innovative approach and market-leading competency. Its latest product line, Solsoft NP, continues that tradition by providing organizations the ability to reduce their cost of ownership while improving the security of their networks.

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SpeechWorks International, Inc.
Organizations worldwide rely on SpeechWorks (NASDAQ: SPWX) to delight their callers and provide them with a new level of service over the phone. Complementing the self-service model of the Web, SpeechWorks speech recognition solutions, including the revolutionary SpeechSite* product, let callers communicate, obtain information and complete transactions automatically, simply by speaking naturally over any phone, anytime.

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StoneFly Networks, Inc.
StoneFly Networks*, Inc. is based in San Diego, California and was founded in April 2000 to develop simple, affordable IP SAN appliances that add intelligent storage management to IP networks transforming them into IP storage area networks (SANs). The company's complete line of Storage Concentrators* combine the functionality of an iSCSI-based storage router, bridge and logical volume manager to provide an end-to-end storage provisioning solution that reduces the cost and complexity of managing storage assets. Storage Concentrators are based on StoneFly's patent-pending StoneFusion* storage networking architecture to consolidate and optimize data storage to reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) and increase return on investment (ROI).

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Surf Communication Solutions, Inc.
Surf is a leading provider of software remote access solutions for voice and data, integrated into OEM systems such as remote access servers, data/PSTN gateways, DSLAMS and switches. Surf's customers include premier OEMs in the telecommunications, data communications, and consumer electronics industry. Surf provides OEMS with global technical support and product integration services.

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Teja Technologies, Inc.
Founded in 1998 and located in Silicon Valley, Teja Technologies is a privately held software company delivering the industry's first advanced network processor software development platform. Known as Teja NP, this software will save systems vendors money and speed their products' time-to-market, providing a significant competitive advantage in today's fast moving networking markets. This platform includes a Graphical Application Development Environment, a Network Processing Operating System (NPOS) Runtime and an extensible library of embedded network application building blocks that will dramatically accelerate network product development enabling systems vendors to bring new products to market in a greatly reduced timeframe. Teja's solution reduces product development time and costs, optimizes the performance of multiprocessor architectures, provides application building blocks to jump-start your project and eliminates the need to work in microcode for a specific chip's architecture.

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TeleNova
TeleNova is a leading provider of Internet-based application and communication services to the Internet and telecommunications markets worldwide. Our network of gateways covering the Americas is the foundation for innovative and advanced services such as Internet Telephony, Virtual Private Networks over the Internet and Web-based virtual desktop with messaging, collaboration and information management tools.

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TeraCross Ltd.
TeraCross Ltd. is a fabless semiconductor company developing high-performance, switch fabric solutions of capacities ranging from 160Gbps to 5.28Tbs. The product offerings will serve high-end core and metro as well as SAN market segments. TeraCross' innovative GLIMPS* technology reliably scales to support low latency and Quality of Service requirements for hundreds of ports at data rates of 10-Gbps, 40-Gbps and beyond.

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Tornado Development, Inc.
Tornado offers service providers a low-cost, enhanced services infrastructure from which to deploy and market a multitude of communication and content services. Tornado's technology enables service providers to deploy a single, fully integrated messaging system that may include the following revenue-generating services, in any combination: email, voice mail, fax, paging, Video mail, VoIP, SMS, IM, UM, UC, and MMS. Our single message store system out-performs the competitions' multiple message store architecture in every wayfrom processing speed and scalability, to flexibility, reliability, interoperability, manageability and security. Our systems position our customers to generate more revenue from their communication services and allow them to grow their business through the evolution of the next-generation of broadband and 3G networks. Tornado Messenger products allow service providers to manage and store billions of text, voice and multimedia data cost-effectively.

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TriVium Systems, Inc.
Founded in 1995, TriVium Systems is a customer relationship management (CRM) solutions provider for small to medium-sized businesses needing better ways to grow and retain loyal customers. TriVium solutions are cost-effective, easy to use and fast to implement, empowering companies to quickly connect to their customers and better manage their business. Led by an executive team with extensive experience in telecommunications computing and the Internet, the company has experienced revenue growth of 600% over the last year.

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VenturCom
VenturCom is a leading provider of products and expertise for Windows-based, embedded, real-time, and control applications. VenturCom offers customers add-on products, licenses, consulting, training and support programs that enable rapid development and deployment of Windows-based applications. VenturCom's products have been licensed for distribution by some of the largest hardware and software companies in the world, including Microsoft and Intel.

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VeriCenter
VeriCenter is a leading provider of managed Web and application hosting services for leading companies that rely on the Internet as a critical business tool. VeriCenter's customers, from mainstream enterprise corporations, Internet-based businesses and Application Service Providers (ASPs), leverage VeriCenter's services to deploy secure, scaleable, high performance business solutions.

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Wasabi Systems
Additional information on this company will be forthcoming.

Webversa, Inc.
A leading provider of Voice-to-Enterprise services and technology, Webversa gives mobile users real-time access to corporate applications and Web sites using any phone. Our interactive E-Business Alerts(*) notify users of new information via phone, pager, e-mail or WAP device. http://www.webversa.com

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Xener
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