EQUITY EVENTS

GPR is comprised exclusively of Silicon Valley marketing veterans that have teamed to launch over 40 startups and successfully influenced over 20 mergers and acquisitions and seven IPOs, resulting in over $51 billion in market capitalization on behalf of its clients.

  1. LSI Corporation acquired by Avago Technologies for $6.6B -GPR client for 3 years
  2. Mu Dynamics Acquired by Spirent Communications, Apr 20, 2012—GPR launched Mu in 2006.
  3. Altor Networks acquired by Juniper for $95M, Dec. 2010 – GPR launched March 2008
  4. Saint-Gobain Makes $80M Strategic Investment in SAGE, Nov. 2010
  5. SCI Receives $24M Funding from DFJ, Westly Group
  6. Sun Edison acquired by MEMC Electronic Materials Inc. for $200M, Oct. 2009
  7. Woven Systems acquired by Fortinet 2009 – GPR launched Woven in 2007
  8. EnFlex acquired by Sun Edison, 2008
  9. Packeteer acquired by Blue Coat for $268M, 2008 – GPR client for 3 years
  10. Peribit acquired by Juniper Networks for $334M, 2005 – GPR client for 3 years
  11. Alteon Web Systems acquired by Nortel for $8 billion
  12. Network Appliance IPO reaching market capitalization exceeding $3 billion
  13. Intraware IPO reaching market capitalization exceeding $1 billion
  14. Vermeer acquired by Microsoft for $350 million
  15. Weblogic acquired by BEA Systems for $275 million
  16. Ascend IPO 1993; acquired by Lucent for $24 billion
  17. Chromatis acquired by Lucent for $6 billion
  18. Riverstone IPO 2001
  19. Redback IPO 1999
  20. Cosine IPO 2000 @$230 million
  21. Ipsilon acquired by Nokia $120 million
MEDIA COVERAGE
THAT MOVES MARKETS
e2e Materials CEO Pat Govang Speaks at the White House Business Council LSI CEO Abhi Talwalkar and Mad Money's Jim Cramer Discuss the 'Data Deluge' Envia Claims Breakthrough’ in Lithium-Ion Battery Cost and Energy Density ABC 7 KGO-TV  Cogswell College prepping new generation of animators Video Interview: Mike Hart of Sierra Energy talks about zero waste Envia Systems featured in BBC's 'Can brine power electric cars of the future?' E2e Materials CEO Patrick Govang, a green-tech innovator, shares his disruptive model Envia Systems' EV battery announcement on NBC-11 (KNTV) with Scott Budman, March 1, 2012 Energate CEO Niraj Bhargava discusses Getting on the Smart Grid on the Business News Network LSI Corp. CEO Abhi Talwalkar on why Flash storage technology is paving the way to future growth SAGE's Smart Green Glass is Showcased at California College EnOcean Self-Powering, Wireless Energy Sensors Join the Internet Portable Power at the Heart of Defibrillators Energate Launches Broadband Smart-Grid-to-Home Connection