||Created software to customize web page contents to thin clients. Acquired by Macromedia in 2002.
|Australian Artificial Intelligence Institute (AAII)
||Contract research organization that specializes in artificial intelligence in Australia.
||Built Paradox commercial relational database software. The company was purchased by Borland in 1987 who licensed it to Corel in 1996.
||Created fault-tolerant software.
||One of the first companies to sell personal computers; founded in 1982, and by 1988 had over $1 billion sales per year. Sold to JWP, Inc. in 1991 for $54 million.
||Created software for mobile device manufacturers, primarily for end users in China. Acquired by PalmSource in 2004, which was acquired by ACCESS in 2005.
|Cohesive Network Services
||Provided network engineering services. Purchased for $100 million in 1999 by Exodus Communications.
|Communications Intelligence Corporation
||Supplies electronic signature solutions and biometric signature verification to the financial industry. Founded in 1981 by Hew Crane, Earle Jones, John Ostrem and Peter Edberg.
||Built gateways for IBM systems. Moved to sensing storage and display systems.
||Provided online financial transactions. Acquired by Verisign.
||Created market surveys and studies of technical fields. Acquired by ACNielsen in 1978 and Gartner Group in 1995.
||Created optical signal processing and switching devices.
||Travel guide based on the CALO artificial intelligence project
||Created data compression software for sound recordings. Founded in 1986 and sold to Datacast in 1996.
||Acquired by Spanlink Communications. Automated question-answering for customer service centers.
||Online discount equity trading
||A venture capital firm that launches companies that focus on wireless technologies.
||Founded in 1983, this company created digital maps for navigation systems. Acquired by Tele Atlas in 2000.
||Dissolved company. Offered MPEG-4 compliant encoding and authoring tools.
||Produced network devices for a cheap, rapidly deployable WiFi service.
|FX Development Group
||Founded in 1989, this company created terminals used for foreign exchange, bond and energy trading. They were acquired by Dow Jones & Company in 1991.
||Created two-way pagers and provided cell phone services in China. Split into two companies, GWtech and Byair.
|Global Internet Access Services
||Internet service provider, founded in 1987. Sold to Verio, who subsequently sold it to Nippon Telegraph and Telephone around 1996.
|Global Internet Software
||Wrote network security software for Windows NT machines. Purchased for $40 million in 1997 by Cisco Systems; their technology was integrated into Cisco's PIX firewall.
||Produces industrial automation and materials handling solutions.
|Innovation Research of California
||Created software that helped the creative process in an organization. Renamed to Innovation Engines in 2000.
||Specialized in internet communications and enterprise networking equipment.
||Developed logic programming and AI software.
||Game company developing a platform designed to make learning more entertaining.
|Machine Intelligence Corp (MIC)
||AI application that improved assembly line work.
||Created local area networking equipment; founded in 1984.
||Created miniature robots for teaching. Sold to UMI around 1991.
||Creator of linux-based embedded systems, based in China.
||Created database systems for internet applications. Renamed to Portera Systems in 1998 and was acquired by Exigen Group in 2002.
|Neural Systems Corp
||Created "trainable" logic to increase recording density.
||Provides speech, biometrics, automotive, mobile, and imaging solutions for enterprise, healthcare, government, and other industries.
||Created software to measure the quality of spoken language.
||Creates packet routing systems for wireless networks.
|Reactive Network Solutions
||Created network security products to protect against denial of service attacks.
||Acquired by Google in 2013; it was working on a new generation of robot arms that are simple to program, inexpensive, and safe to operate alongside people.
||Fixed site wireless internet access. Sold for $57 million in 1999 to Nokia.
||Created secure database products. Renamed to Crosslogix in 1997, awarded $22 million in venture capital funds in 2000, and purchased by BEA Systems in February 2003.
||Develops anti-counterfeiting and anti-diversion systems based on material marking and recognition technology.
||Acquired by Apple in 2010. Its virtual personal assistant technology was first included in the iPhone 4S.
||Created wireless internet access products. Acquired by Trilliant Incorporated in 2009.
||Acquired by RedBrick Health in 2010, provides methods and technology for driving the success of enterprise social media.
||Offers virtual advertising and imaging solutions for television, including the yellow line in football and the yellow puck in hockey. Previously known as PVI Virtual Media Services.
||Founded by Gary Hendrix in 1979, this company started as an AI-based database query language and system called QandA; evolved into large antivirus vendor.
||Created AI software applications, founded in 1983.
||Software applications for computer networking.
||Created robotic systems and devices.
||Created a smart calendar for the iPhone.
||Founded in 1988, this company created communications software and simulation software for VAX computers. TGV stood for "Two Guys and a Vax". The company was sold to Cisco Systems in 1996.
||Offers a web application that captures life's "defining moments" via real-time video streaming and sharing.
||Offers a virtual personal assistant that uses artificial intelligence to understand your interests and personalize the web.
||Established in 1969, created recording media including floppy diskettes. Acquired by Mitsubishi Chemical.
||Created wireless communications systems
|Wireless Security Corp
||Created WiFi security systems. Acquired by McAfee in 2005.