2018 Best Tech Startups in San Mateo
The Tech Tribune staff has compiled the very best tech startups in San Mateo, California. In doing our research, we considered several factors including but not limited to:
- Revenue potential
- Leadership team
- Brand/product traction
- Competitive landscape
Additionally, all companies must be independent (unacquired), privately owned, at most 10 years old, and have received at least one round of funding in order to qualify.
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1. Snowflake Computing
“Snowflake is the leading data warehouse built for the cloud. Its unique architecture delivers proven breakthroughs in performance, concurrency and simplicity. For the first time, multiple groups can access petabytes of data at the same time, up to 200 times faster and 10 times less expensive than solutions not built for the cloud.
Snowflake is a fully-managed service with a pay-as-you-go-model that works on structured and semi-structured data. Prior generations of data warehouses created the struggle for data which results in groups waiting in line to get at data; not looking at the same data; and, wondering if they’re acting on the most recent data. Snowflake’s data warehouse built for the cloud finally ends this struggle.”
“Lime is revolutionizing mobility in cities and campuses by empowering residents with a greener, more efficient, and affordable transportation option that also improves urban sustainability. By partnering with local key stakeholders and systematically deploying a fleet of smart-bikes (regular bikes, electric-assist bikes, and electric-scooters) that are enabled with GPS, wireless technology, and anti-theft locks, Lime is improving urban mobility by making the first and last mile faster, cheaper, and healthier for riders. Since launching in June 2017, the company has logged over 1.5 million trips, expanded internationally to Europe, and deployed electric scooters, electric-assist bikes, and multiple models of their standard pedal bike. Funded by Silicon Valley’s leading VC firm Andreessen Horowitz, Lime is based in San Mateo, CA.”
3. Aryaka Networks
“Aryaka’s global SD-WAN provides optimized, software-defined network connectivity and application acceleration to globally distributed enterprises. Aryaka’s services have over 10 million users across 7,000+ sites. Leading brands such as Skullcandy, Cigna, and ThoughtWorks, as well as partners such as Microsoft Azure, AWS, Intelisys, and SK Broadband, have all chosen Aryaka for their enterprise-grade networking needs.”
“Cloudian is the innovation leader in limitlessly scalable enterprise storage systems. Enterprises and service providers deploy Cloudian storage appliances and software in their data centers to store and manage all types of unstructured data, including media, medical images, engineering files, backup data, and more.
Consolidate files and objects to a single, petabyte-scalable system. Cloudian makes it easy to get started. Start small with the cluster size that fits your needs and expand on demand. In Cloudian’s modular, shared-nothing architecture, every node is identical. Start with three appliances or with software only. Grow from a few nodes to a few hundred without disruption. Performance scales linearly, too.”
“SignalFx is the monitoring solution for modern infrastructure.
The product is built by a team that understands the evolving operations landscape, delivered as a service, capable of ingesting high-frequency and high-volume infrastructure and application metrics, and provides customers with meaningful dashboards, analytics, and alerts on their data. Using SignalFlow streaming analytics technology, operations teams can identify service or cluster wide anomalies and trends in real-time, and proactively address problems before they impact their users.”
“Jaunt is the global partner of choice for producing and distributing immersive virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality content. With the experience of over 300 immersive productions, Jaunt’s full-service global production house Jaunt Studios develops award-winning branded content, co-productions and original experiences for both entertainment and enterprise customers. Jaunt’s state of the art immersive content distribution technology, the Jaunt XR Platform, is the white label solution of choice for media companies, sports leagues, brands, content aggregators and enterprise customers, enabling distribution of immersive content through their owned and operated channels.”
“EverString’s AI SaaS solution is designed for B2B sales and marketing professionals to drive pipeline growth, help close new customers, expand into new markets, prioritize accounts, and provide actionable insights – all without the need for an administrator.
EverString is backed by leading investors including Lightspeed Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital, IDG Ventures and Lakestar.”
8. Wonder Workshop
“Today, most of us are consumers of technology. Tomorrow’s children will need to be creators. Wonder Workshop sparks creativity with kids of all ages and inspires them to have fun, learning new skills with our robotics.
Our CleverBots put the power of play into their hands so they can dream up new adventures while learning to code at any skill level. Each discovery leads to another and we take satisfaction in their accomplishments, as they build self-confidence so that we can make a lasting contribution to their future.”
“Feedzai is AI. We’re coding the future of commerce with a leading platform powered by artificial intelligence and big data. Founded and developed by data scientists and aerospace engineers, Feedzai has one critical mission: make commerce safe. The world’s largest banks, payment providers and retailers use Feedzai’s machine learning technology to manage risks associated with banking and shopping, whether it’s in person, online or via mobile devices.”
“Since 2012, Meta has strived to make augmented reality (AR) not only the next computing platform, but also the most intuitive and collaborative computing experience. We began the advancement of the AR marketplace with the Meta 1, the first see-through headset launched in 2014, that enabled users to use natural hand interactions to intuitively move and manipulate holographic content.”