who represent an impressive array of technologies and thought leadership.
AGMA is a non-profit organization and the largest group solely focused on IP protection in the high-tech industry. AGMA's mission? To hinder threats to intellectual property (IP) and render these activities more difficult, undesirable and unprofitable. AGMA's goal is to educate the industry and the public - sharing and developing best practices in the fight against IP theft. Comprised of the tech sector's most influential companies - including Avaya, Cisco, APC by Schneider Electric, HP, IBM, Microsoft, QLogic, Seagate and more - AGMA employs a number of tactics, including event speaking, educational initiatives, benchmark studies, industry guidelines, and public policy advocacy. AGMA knows that protecting the invention, innovation, research, design and testing involved in creating IP is critical to high tech companies of all sizes.
A global leader in high-speed connectivity solutions, Cosemi Technologies is focused on enabling optical connectivity everywhere. Cosemi designs and manufactures hybrid active optical cables (AOCs) that make fiber optic connectivity an affordable reality - delivering lightning-fast connections for applications ranging from data centers to high-performance audio visual equipment to devices requiring USB connectivity. Harnessing their patented process, Cosemi has taken the high-end, specialized, expensive technology once reserved for the datacom and telecom markets and brought it to consumers - for home entertainment centers and more.
A leading life sciences technology company, Cytek Biosciences (Nasdaq:CTKB) is advancing the next generation of cell analysis tools by delivering high-resolution, high-content, high-sensitivity cell analysis. Thanks to Cytek's patented Full Spectrum Profiling™ (FSP) technology, scientists can rapidly and efficiently obtain deep biological insights through high quality, high parametric datasets. On a mission to fill a gap in the industry by making high-dimensional flow cytometry accessible to a larger number of researchers, Cytek is quickly becoming the go-to flow cytometry source for scientists in immunology, immuno-oncology, leukemia and lymphoma labs, cancer/stem cell research, and extra-cellular vesicle research.
A global software company, Devolutions helps organizations worldwide “control the IT chaos” through highly secured password, remote connection and privileged access management solutions. As a champion of SMBs, an underserved part of the market, the company’s growing roster of solutions are available at affordable price positions and multiple licensing models. Devolutions’ solutions support more than 400,000 users across 140 countries, and has among its clientele such world-renowned companies as SpaceX, Shell, Walt Disney, NASDAQ, Dell, Sony, Microsoft, Pfizer, Airbnb and NASA.
Menlo Micro, the company responsible for re-inventing the electronic switch, has combined the talents of advanced material scientists, device physicists and systems engineers to create a new and improved switch technology, the Ideal Switch. The Ideal Switch is a game changer for those who design electronic systems - serving multiple industries including next-generation 5G mobile networks, industrial IoT markets, battery management, home-automation, electronic vehicles and medical instrumentation. Menlo Micro is backed by GE Ventures, with investments from Corning, Microsemi Corporation, and Paladin Capital Group.
Mobix Labs is a highly innovative fabless RF semiconductor company that is committed to making next-gen wireless technologies a reality. Mobix Labs is focused on developing the building blocks necessary for simplifying the design of next generation wireless products. These RF functional blocks lay the foundation for a vast portfolio of stand-alone wireless devices and highly-integrated products that offer significant advantages in performance, efficiency, cost, size, and time to market. The Mobix Labs team has extensive experience in developing, launching and producing high volume products for the wireless market. With more than a dozen patents filed to date, and more on the way, Mobix Labs is making unique contributions to the 5G market - and enabling the frequencies of the future.
Pliops is a technology innovator focused on making databases run faster and more efficiently. Its technology addresses skyrocketing data volumes and solves the storage software inefficiency problem. The company's intelligent storage processor is built upon a groundbreaking patent-pending approach that accelerates storage functions. Focused on creating the next wave of the accelerated data center, Pliops' processor enables cloud and enterprise customers to access data up to one hundred times faster - using just a fraction of the computational load and power consumption. Investors include Softbank Ventures Asia, Intel Capital, Western Digital, Mellanox and Xilinx.
KIOXIA America, Inc. (formerly Toshiba Memory America, Inc.) is the US-based subsidiary of KIOXIA Corporation, a leading worldwide supplier of flash memory and solid state drives (SSDs). From the invention of flash memory to today’s breakthrough BiCS FLASH™ 3D technology, KIOXIA continues to pioneer cutting-edge memory solutions and services that enrich people's lives and expand society's horizons. The company's innovative 3D flash memory technology, BiCS FLASH™, is shaping the future of storage in high-density applications, including advanced smartphones, PCs, SSDs, automotive and data centers.
Comprised of silicon photonics veterans, SiLC Technologies is on a mission to help machines to see more like humans. Targeted to advance key applications including robotics, autonomous vehicles, biometrics, security and more, the limitations in current imaging capabilities have prevented this from happening - until now. SiLC is the missing link, providing solutions with longer range, greater resolution, more data and higher levels of integration. SiLC's breakthrough chip integrates FMCW LiDAR with 4D vision sensors and offers a tiny footprint while addressing the need for low cost and low power. SiLC uses a proprietary silicon-based semiconductor fabrication process to manufacture its chips and standard, automated IC-style assembly processes, enabling robust, cost-effective and compact solutions. The transformative power of their coherent 4D imaging chips will open the door for a new era of smarter automation.
Zadara is a cloud services provider that is simplifying operational complexity through automated end-to-end infrastructure provisioning of compute, storage and network resources.. With solutions available on-premises and through cloud and colocation providers, Zadara's turnkey hardware/software, combined with its pay-only-for-what-you-use model, helps companies gain agility without sacrificing the features and functionality that enterprise IT teams demand. Zadara operates worldwide, including clouds in hundreds of data centers at public- and private-cloud partners, with an expert team that provides services and support.