Established in 2018 as a new brand by Next Limit, ANYVERSE offers state-of-the-art, sensor-specific synthetic data. Synthetic images and their corresponding ground-truth data are generated using a proprietary technology, thus attaining a superb degree of data quality and variation for perception training and testing in a number of industries (autonomous vehicles, drones and smart cameras among others).
Established in 2018, Viewtinet provides software for Enterprise network traffic monitoring and analytics. Relying on a multivendor integration, a unique data processing technology, and application recognition based on machine learning, Viewtinet allows a quick, simple, and visual access to all the relevant information of the network, providing KPIs and reports of applications, users, and devices.
Established in 2015, LeanXcale managed to resolve the major bottleneck in traditional and modern database management systems related to lack of scalability. LeanXcale has developed a full SQL database capable of scaling linearly transactional workloads, crucial for delivering real-time business insights to the companies in data-intensive industries, such as banking, telecom operators, e-commerce, gaming, and traveltech.
Established in 2014, Wooptix is the first spin-off of the University of La Laguna (Tenerife, Spain), and has developed proprietary disruptive technology in the area of Lightfield Imaging and Computational Photography.
Sart-up founded with the purpose of giving telecom operators the technology necessary to acquire real-time knowledge about their subscriber base.
Códice Software is a privately held company whose flagship product is Plastic SCM, a software versioning tool that provides an enterprise level tool for distributed teams and branch-per-task methodologies.
Established in 2004, Visure was a spin-off from a Spanish IT services firm, in which the initial releases of Visure’s flagship product (IRqA) was developed.
Founded in September 2000, Netspira was a software vendor for teleco operators specialized in solutions for GPRS traffic management. Acquired by Ericsson in 2005, the company was integrated into Ericsson’s R&D group