2020 Best Tech Startups in Milpitas

Powered by CrunchbaseThe Tech Tribune staff has compiled the very best tech startups in Milpitas, California. In doing our research, we considered several factors including but not limited to:

  1. Revenue potential
  2. Leadership team
  3. Brand/product traction
  4. 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. Bigfoot Biomedical

bigfoot biomedical

Founded: 2014

Also honored in: 2019 Best Tech Startups in Milpitas

“Bigfoot Biomedical is a new kind of medical device company developing technologies to significantly reduce the cognitive, emotional, and financial burden of insulin-requiring diabetes. With an intense focus on ease of use, Bigfoot will optimize the dosing and delivery of insulin through an integrated medical device ecosystem powered by machine learning and enhanced by secure, user-friendly consumer technologies, fundamentally changing the paradigm of care. The company’s pioneering smartphone-enabled systems include both automated infusion pump and connected insulin pen options for consumers and will be delivered via a first-of-its-kind monthly subscription service model.”

2. Ayla Networks

ayla networks

Founded: 2010

Also honored in:

“Ayla Networks provides the industry’s first Agile IoT Platform, accelerating development, support, and ongoing enhancements of connected products for the Internet of Things. Ayla’s software fabric runs across devices, cloud, and apps to create secure connectivity, data analytics, and feature-rich customer experiences. Offered as a platform-as-a-service (PaaS), Ayla’s flexibility and modularity enable rapid changes to practically any type of device, cloud, and app environment.”

3. Cloudleaf


Founded: 2014

“Cloudleaf’s mission is to create significant value across the end-to-end supply chain network from supplier to manufacturing to distribution by dramatically increasing visibility of asset movement, location and condition. Cloudleaf customers gain insights that reduce material losses and enhance the reliability of operations and significantly increase revenues. Cloudleaf customers achieve improvements in supply chain visibility of as much as 5x; first-year return-on-investment of as much as 70x; and annualized value in the tens of millions of dollars.”

4. Resilinc


Founded: 2010

Also honored in: 2019 Best Tech Startups in Milpitas

“Resilinc is the leading cloud provider of supply chain resilience and risk management intelligence and analytics. Industry leaders like Amgen, GM, and EMC rely on Resilinc to mitigate risks end-to-end, while achieving long-term competitive advantage, and building brand and shareholder value. Resilinc’s flagship SCRM solution platform and services deliver the fastest time-to-value and the lowest resource Impact. It accomplishes this by providing the world’s largest repository of supplier and part intelligence leveraging the power of our “LinkedIn” supplier community; the most robust set of dashboard visualization and patent-pending analytic functionality for pro-active planning and risk quantification; and the only solution that personalizes your impact analysis by automatically connecting incidents with your supply chain map so you don’t have to.”

5. Virtual Power Systems

Virtual Power Systems

Founded: 2012

“Virtual Power Systems (VPS) is transforming how next-generation data center and cloud providers provision, manage and utilize power capacity with its ground-breaking Software-Defined Power® Intelligent Control of Energy® (ICE) technology platform. ICE is a software-based power control platform that intelligently and dynamically distributes and manages power in data centers with constant awareness of power consumption needs across the entire topology. Utilizing machine learning and predictive analytics to unlock trapped and underutilized power, this innovative solution drives aggressive vertical and rack-powered density, enabling 2:1 rack consolidation. The ability to halt rack sprawl through consolidation while increasing power density can slash annual costs of a production IT rack by more than half, while driving increased capacity and revenue for data center operators. To accelerate market adoption, VPS is developing a robust partner ecosystem, which includes Schneider Electric, CUI, Artesyn Technologies, HP Enterprise, Intel, Lenovo, CE+T, Vertiv and others.”

6. Relay2


Founded: 2011

“Relay2, an emerging leader in next-generation enterprise-class wireless networking solutions, develops and manufactures scalable, high-performance Cloud controller-based WLAN systems which deliver simplified deployment and management of distributed WLANs, offer robust security and industry-leading reliability, and lowers the total cost of ownership and operation for SMBs and Enterprise environments. Relay2 Inc. was established in 2011 with headquarters located in California, US and branch offices in US and China.

With support from top tier venture capitalists, Relay2 focuses on cloud-based enterprise-class WLAN network products and services. Our Smart Access Point and Cloud-based WLAN Controller allow companies to deploy and manage WLANs quickly and easily.”

7. ZineOne


Founded: 2014

Also honored in: 2019 Best Tech Startups in Milpitas

“ZineOne’s #1 AI-based personalization platform enables industry leaders to understand and respond in real-time to individual customer activity, solving the challenge of personalized engagement at scale. Recognized by Gartner as a “Cool Vendor,” its Intelligent Customer Engagement platform provides an ‘in-the-moment’ view of each visitor and delivers AI-based recommendations to engage them in ways that will truly resonate and in turn drive sales, loyalty, and lifetime value.

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