Tenaya Capital has offices in Woodside, California, and Boston, Massachusetts. Founded in 1995 as Lehman Brothers Venture Partners, they became an independent company in 2009. Over the years they've raised five funds representing over $1 billion of committed capital, investing it in a wide range of high-growth technology companies including software, consumer Internet, communications, semiconductors, electronics, and cleantech.
MarkLogic is an American software company developing and providing an enterprise NoSQL database.
A technology company offering a platform for renting properties.
Eventbrite is an event ticketing and technology platform
RightScale is a Santa Barbara, California-based company founded by Jonathan Siegel.
A company offering a shared electric scooter mobility platform.
Network monitoring company.
Meru Networks is a Sunnyvale, California-based company.
Qualcomm Atheros is a San Jose, California-based company founded in 1998 by Teresa H. Meng.
Inkling is a company that develops a mobile learning enablement platform for businesses.
SilkRoad Technology is an Illinois-based company.
Revinate is a San Francisco-based company founded by Jay Ashton.
PowerReviews is a Chicago-based company.
GoodData is a San Francisco-based company.
Acquia is a Boston-based company founded by Dries Buytaert.
Kaminario is a Newton, Massachusetts-based company founded by Dani Golan, Ofir Dubovi and Moshe Selfin.
Lithium Technologies is a San Francisco-based enterprise software company.
Cotendo is a Sunnyvale, California-based software company.
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