Successful four-year partnership with exiting equity investors North Bridge Growth paves the way for future growth
The seventh annual Future of Open Source survey had the largest number of participants to date.
Former founder and CEO adds extensive operations and strategic experience to the North Bridge team
North Bridge closes its second growth equity fund with over $580 Million in commitments.
Genesys acquires SoundBite, the leading cloud-based customer engagement solution provider.
Matt's sourcing of investments, evaluation of businesses and forging close working relationships with founders has produced some terrific results for North Bridge.
North Bridge launches Founder INTERACT convening its community of tech pioneers for a day of practical conversation and insight to accelerate your business
2013 Future of Cloud Survey is the largest to date.
Palo Alto is the new home of North Bridge's west coast office.
Former Facebook VP, Jonathan Heiliger, Joins North Bridge as General Partner.
Ric Fulop, co-founder of A123 Systems and a materials veteran joins North Bridge.
North Bridge's™ eighth annual Cricket Day is a huge success, with 250+ attendees made up of portfolio company employees and families.
Camiant, a provider of a single multi-service platform for broadband services, is purchased by Tekelec in May.
Acme Packet buys Convergence, developer of the industry's first unified security solutions for services based on Session Initiation Protocol (SIP).
Cisco purchases the leading public provider of infrastructure solutions enabling mobile operators to deliver multimedia services to their subscribers.
Seasoned software veteran Jim Moran joins the North Bridge team.
A123 Systems, developer and manufacturer of advanced technology lithium-ion battery packs goes public.
North Bridge Venture Partners raises its latest fund in Summer 2008.
The leading provider of infrastructure solutions enabling mobile operators to deliver multimedia services to subscribers goes public.
The North Bridge Growth Equity team is officially formed with veteran investors Doug Kingsley and Mike Pehl leading the way.
Hitachi buys Archivas, a provider of online storage management solutions for long-term storage of fixed-content digital assets.
The Growth Equity team raises its initial fund.
North Bridge gains materials veterans Basil Horangic and Carmichael Roberts.
During Winter, North Bridge opens its first west coast office stationed in San Mateo, California.
Cognio provided spectrum analysis capabilities to wireless LAN networks.
Telelogic purchased I-Logix, provider of Collaborative Model-Driven Development solutions for systems design and software development.
Digital media veterans Dayna Grayson and Cali Tran become part of the North Bridge family in July.
Paul Santinelli joins North Bridge in early 2005.
By mid 2005, another fund begins North Bridge's second decade.
IMS buys the patient-level informational database supporting outcomes, claims and proprietary analytic solutions.
Hewlett Packard snatches up AppIQ, the company behind seamless integrations of SAN management and storage resources management.
Phase Forward (NASDAQ: PFWD), the leading provider of web-based solutions for clinical trial data management, goes public.
The mobile giant snatches up Winphoria Networks, developer of next-generation Mobile Switching Center.
North Bridge celebrates its first annual Cricket Day at Franklin Field in Boston.
LifeMetrix, an e-health company providing comprehensive support for chronic disease patients, their providers, and health plans is bought.
Revit, a developer of software tools for the Architectural, Engineering, and Construction (AEC) markets is bought by Autodesk.
In late 2002, software veteran Michael Skok becomes a key member of the North Bridge team.
The successful enterprise wide Internet application for managing cross organizational projects is purchased by Documentum/EMC.
At the start of the new millennium, North Bridge nearly doubled its prior fund.
IP Mobile developed next generation data communications infrastructure equipment enabling wireless connection to the internet.
Centra (NASDAQ: CTRA) enables groups to work faster and more effectively by automating learning and training initiatives online.
Communications giant Lucent purchases Spring Tide, developer of carrier-class network equipment for service providers.
Concord Comm purchases FirstSense, provider of real-time applications performance management software.
ArrowPoint Communications was a leading provider of content switches that sped up the transmission of web content.
ADC purchases Broadband Access Systems, provider of communications equipment.
Sonus Networks (NASDAQ: SONS) is a provider of voice infrastructure products for the new public network.
eBenX (NASDAQ: EBNX) provides software that assists employers in designing, operating and purchasing their health insurance online.
Fund IV nearly quadruples 1998's NBVP III.
SiverStream provided an extensive platform for developing, deploying and managing enterprise level Internet applications.
Sycamore Networks (NASDAQ: SCMR) is a developer of optical networking products for telecommunications service providers.
Redstone provided carrier class, wire speed edge routers enabling ISPs to support multiple service classes and service level agreements.
Excelligence Learning (NASDAQ: LRNS) is a developer of educational products to child care programs, schools, and consumers.
New Oak made access products that provided users with a secure, authenticated tunnel to corporate data via the internet.
NetCore Systems developed a highly integrated wire speed router and ATM switch for Internet Service Providers.
Jamie Goldstein and Jeff McCarthy join North Bridge.