Sirocco Systems was Jon Reeve's second venture and one of the pioneering developers of metropolitan area optical networking equipment. BVP's Felda Hardymon led the seed and A round investments in the company, which was subsequently purchased by Sycamore Networks (NASDAQ: SCMR) in 2000.
Flarion Technologies, Inc. develops orthogonal frequency division multiplex access (OFDMA) technology and FLASH-OFDM technology for mobile broadband Internet protocol (IP) services. Its products include the RadioRouter base station, modems (PC card and desktop modem), embedded chipsets, and system software to create an end-to-end FLASH-OFDM network for mobile operators.
BladeLogic, Inc. provides data center automation software to enterprises, service providers, government agencies, and other organizations in North America, Europe, and Asia. The company’s products and services enable organizations to address the lifecycle of data center management using an integrated solution for provisioning, change, administration, and compliance across server and application environments.
Ungermann-Bass pioneered local area networking (the term "LAN" was actually coined in the living room of BVP's Neill Brownstein). Brownstein led the company's first institutional financing in 1980. Ungermann-Bass went public in 1983 (NASDAQ:UNGR).
Provides mobile-advertising solutions to advertisers, publishers and mobile operators. As an independent company, Millennial Media commands an impressive share of the mobile display advertising market. The company’s technology, tools and services also power some of the largest companies in the media business today.
Trigo created enterprise software solutions for Product Information Management. BVP's David Cowan participated in all of Trigo's institutional rounds from its founding in 1999 by a team that included Byron Deeter, who has since become a BVP partner. The company was acquired in 2004 by IBM (NYSE:IBM).