RGB Networks is very proud that several of Silicon Valley’s top venture capital firms, as well as leading industry investors, have chosen to support our company, technology and people with their investments.
Founded in 1983, Accel Partners has a history of excellence and innovation in the venture capital business. The firm is dedicated to partnering with outstanding management teams to build world-class Internet, software, and communications companies. With over $3 billion under management, Accel Partners has a long legacy of helping entrepreneurs build highly successful companies. Accel portfolio companies have completed IPOs that have created well over $100 billion in market capitalization. Accel has a history of backing category-defining companies, which include Actuate, Agile Software, Foundry Networks, Macromedia, Portal, Polycom, Uunet, RealNetworks, and Veritas.
Comcast Ventures (formerly known as Comcast Interactive Capital) invests in innovative businesses that represent the next generation of entertainment, communications and digital technology. They partner with entrepreneurs who have the vision, passion and tenacity to succeed and who understand how innovation is changing the way the world communicates, creates and consumes. CV represents a new breed of strategic investor as a true partner in innovation and technology development. CV leverages its unique partnership with Comcast to explore cutting-edge developing trends in areas strategic to Comcast while also working as a thought leader to explore and place Comcast at the forefront of external trends and developments. By combining the best characteristics of traditional venture funds together with the technical insight, scale and experience that a strategic investor can provide, CV strives to create a best-in-class value proposition for entrepreneurs, portfolio companies, partnering investors, and the Comcast family of companies.
Focus Ventures is a top-performing venture capital firm that invests in expansion-stage leaders in the software, semiconductor and communications industries. The firm currently manages $825 million, having closed its first fund in October 1997, Focus Ventures II in December 1999 and Focus Ventures III in March 2006. Focus Ventures offers its portfolio companies access to high quality partners in Asia and an extensive network of resources focused specifically on driving top-line revenue growth through customer introductions and by establishing distribution channels, joint ventures and licensing arrangements. Since the firm’s inception, Focus Ventures has invested in 89 companies and has had 20 IPOs and 15 acquisitions by public companies. A select number of portfolio companies that have gone public include: Active Software, Agile Software, Alteon WebSystems, BroadBase Software, Chordiant Software, Commerce One, Copper Mountain Networks, Corio, CoSine Communications, Interwoven, Loudcloud, Niku, Pixelworks, and Verisity.
Granite Ventures has helped early-stage technology companies build solid foundations for success since 1992, when they began investing as the early-stage venture capital group within Hambrecht & Quist. Granite became an independent firm in 1998 and focuses investments on sectors where their partners have deep domain expertise, broad industry knowledge, and significant investment experience. Granite manages over $1 billion in venture capital and has invested in more than 90 private companies. The Granite team consists of a seasoned group of investors who, together, share more than 150 years of venture and technology industry experience. The team has invested in early-stage technology companies through multiple economic cycles and brings together complementary skills and experience. In addition to extensive early-stage investing experience, the Principals have been successful entrepreneurs, executives, attorneys, research analysts, and investment bankers.
With $3 billion of committed capital, Institutional Venture Partners (IVP) is one of the premier later-stage venture capital and growth equity firms in the United States. The partnership is currently investing IVP XIII, a $750 million later-stage fund focused on investments in rapidly-growing technology and media companies. Since it s founding in 1980, IVP has generated a 43.2% IRR and has invested in over 300 companies, 85 of which have gone public. IVP specializes in venture growth investments, industry rollups, founder liquidity transactions and select public market investments. Since its inception, IVP investments include such notable companies as ArcSight (ARST), Aspect Communications (ASPT), At Road (ARDI), Business.com (RHD), Clarify (CLFY), ComScore (SCOR), Concur Technologies (CNQR), Danger (MSFT), Digital River (DRIV), Form Factor (FORM), Foundry Networks (FDRY), HomeAway, Juniper Networks (JNPR), Kayak, LSI Corporation (LSI), Mobile 365 (SY), MySQL (ORCL), Netflix (NFLX), Polycom (PLCM), Quigo (TWX), Seagate (STX), Synchronoss (SNCR), Tivo (TIVO), Twitter, Websense (WBSN) and Zynga. For more information, visit http://www.ivp.com or follow IVP on Twitter: http://twitter.com/ivp.
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers is a leading venture capital firm committed to investing in new technologies and new applications of technology that drive high-impact change. KPCB's past investments have included America Online, Amazon.com, Google, Juniper Networks, Compaq Computers, Netscape, and Sun Microsystems — companies that have defined new business sectors or redefined and expanded existing ones.
MCVP is an international venture fund that invests in early-stage U.S. technology companies with an emphasis in the communication, software, information services, life science and medical device industries. MCVP's focus on start-ups with industry-transforming potential enables the company to add maximum value in assisting management teams build their business.