D2 Technologies Buys Webia Technologies
MARCH 2, 2011
Santa Barbara-based D2 Technologies , which develops embedded IP communications software, reports today that it has acquired Webia Technologies , a developer of products for the Google Android OS platform.
Five Startup Tips From Bill Gates
FEBRUARY 20, 2012
In Mark Suster’s recent talk at UC Santa Barbara , he advised his audience of entrepreneurial students to master two skills: selling and coding. Banana IP. "Intellectual Note: This is an installment in the Iconic Advice series.
TechZulu Presents: The Annual Startup Forecast
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DECEMBER 18, 2013
28 from 7pm-10pm in Santa Monica. He began his career as a media, entertainment and IP attorney. Babak received a BA degree in Business Economics and Communications from the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Yardi Buys Proliphix
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JUNE 14, 2016
Santa Barbara-based property management software developer Yardi has acquired Proliphix , a Massachusetts-based developer of energy management hardware and software, according to the company. Proliphex is a developer if Internet Protocol (IP) enabled thermostats, along with associated remote management software, used for controlling heating, ventilation, and air condition systems for large enterprises.
Intellectual Property – Worthless To A Startup, Priceless To A Big Dumb Company
AUGUST 10, 2010
Intellectual Property (IP) is an ugly thing at a startup. However, to a Big Dumb Company (BDC), a startup’s IP is a thing of beauty. How can IP be worthless to a startup yet very worthwhile to a BDC? Because IP has intrinsic value, but only in the right hands.
D2 Technologies Ships With TrendChip
JULY 27, 2010
Santa Barbara-based D2 Technologies , a developer of software for the embedded market, reported today that it is shipping its software for chips from TrendChip Technologies.
D2 Technologies Adds Full Skype Support
JUNE 24, 2010
Santa Barbara-based D2 Technologies , which develops software development kits for the mobile communications market, said today that its mCUE product now has full support for Skype. The support allows Android mobile phone devices to connect directly into Skype's voice-over-IP services.
D2 Adds Skype Interoperability
FEBRUARY 16, 2010
Santa Barbara-based D2 Technologies , a developer of embedded software for implementing voice-over-IP and communications applications, said Monday that the firm has added Skype interoperability to its mCUE software for the Android operating systems.
CALIENT Technologies Offers New Security Product
AUGUST 28, 2013
Santa Barbara-based CALIENT Technologies , which provides optical circuit switching technology, said today that it has linked up with American Networking Solutions to offer up a cyber-security product.
CALIENT Technologies Gets $27 Million
JULY 24, 2013
Santa Barbara-based CALIENT Technologies said this morning that it has raised $27M in a round of venture funding, from both new and existing investors.
De-risk Your Startup By Doing It Again: The Joy Of Getting The Band Back Together
JULY 7, 2010
IP Risk – The closer the Serial Team’s new adVenture is to their prior successes, the greater the risk that they may be accused of infringing on their former company’s intellectual property (IP).
D2 Links With Lotus
MARCH 30, 2009
Santa Barbara-based D2 Technologies , a developer of embedded software for smart phones, said today that the firm has linked its mCUE software with IBM Lotus Sametime. D2 is targeting OEMs and device manufacturers with its software, which offers user interfaces and other software to connect to voice-over-IP systems. D2's software works with IP PBX systems, and other voIP systems like Google Talk, MSN, AIM, and others.
D2 Technologies Gets Design Win
DECEMBER 1, 2008
Santa Barbara-based D2 Technologies' embedded software has been selected by U4EA Technologies for a residential gateway product, D2 disclosed this morning.
Citrix Online Adds Toll-Free Audio
NOVEMBER 16, 2009
Santa Barbara-based Citrix Online , which develops the GoToMeeting and GoToWebinar online web conferencing products, announced this morning that it has added toll free audio to those services. The firm previously offered either voice-over-IP audio or toll-based call numbers for the web conferencing options.
D2 In Android, Residential Gateway Partnerships
JANUARY 7, 2010
D2 Technologies Promotes Execs, Creates Business Units
AUGUST 6, 2009
Santa Barbara-based D2 Technologies , a developer of IP communications software for the embedded market, said this morning that it has promoted two of its executives and created two new business units.
D2 Technologies Upgrades VoIP Software
JANUARY 9, 2009
Santa Barbara-based D2 Technologies, which develops embedded software for the voice-over-IP market, said this week at CES that it has upgraded the firm's flagship vPort product line.
Citrix Online Launches Audio Conferencing Service
FEBRUARY 26, 2009
Santa Barbara-based Citrix Online is expanding into the audio conferencing business, the firm said, and has launched a new service called HiDef Conferencing , focused on allowing customers to manage audio conferences for up to 500 participants. According to Citrix, the new service will be offered on a monthly plan, and includes web-based features for managing calls, along with connections to voice over IP users using Skype and Gizmo.
How To Write An Effective Answer On Quora: Communications 101
MARCH 8, 2011
Listing a variety of bread-and-butter IP protection tactics would not have been as compelling. He is a member of the University of California at Santa Barbara’s Faculty where he teaches several entrepreneurial courses. _.
How To Make Freemium Customers Generate Revenue For Your Startup
MARCH 3, 2011
As we did not require users to sign in, we were forced to correlate IP addresses with company names, which, in 1999, was an inexact and very manual science. He is a member of the University of California at Santa Barbara’s Faculty where he teaches several entrepreneurial courses. _. In the summer of 1999, Expertcity (creator of GoToMyPC and GoToMeeting, acquired by Citrix) released a free service called BuddyHelp.
Interview with Jason Spievak, RingRevenue
JUNE 16, 2009
Earlier this month, Santa Barbara-based RingRevenue (www.ringrevenue.com) announced that it had raised a round of venture funding. With the huge amount of Voice-over-IP technology available right now, what keeps a team for easily doing something similar to what you are?
Interview with Daryl Bernstein, RightSignature
MAY 18, 2009
This morning's interview with Daryl Bernstein , CEO and co-founder of Santa Barbara-based RightSignature (www.rightsignature.com), a firm which has created an online, software-as-a-service offering to collect legally binding signatures on documents. My friend, and my co-founder is Jonathan Siegel, who was founder of ELC Technologies, here in Santa Barbara.
Interview with Eric Frankel, StarGreetz
JUNE 15, 2011
If you're an IP holder, if you're Coldplay, you can generate revenue from our innovative digital products, while building your fan base.
Roping in the Legal Eagles
JUNE 25, 2009
Most corporate attorneys can give you general guidance with respect to securing your Intellectual Property (IP) rights, especially with respect to trademarks, copyrights and other non-patent-related items. The money you pay your IP lawyer should be judiciously spent, but you should not attempt to save money by working with someone without the appropriate experience in your technical domain. Save money on your office furniture, not on your IP lawyer.