HARTFORD, CT January 26, 2017 – Insurity, Inc., a provider of core insurance processing and data integration and analytics solutions, today announced its acquisition of Valen Analytics®(Valen). Founded in 2004, Valen is a provider of proprietary data, analytics and predictive modeling for P/C insurers. The Valen brand will be retained with the organization, operating as ‘Valen Analytics, an Insurity company.’
Introducing the Top U.S. Wireless Innovators of All Time
(November 13, 2008) – Last month the U.S. wireless industry officially marked the 25th anniversary of the day the first cellular system opened for business in Chicago. Many of the industry’s movers and shakers gathered in Chicago on Oct. 14 for the Wireless History Foundation’s gala celebrating the anniversary. That monumental event triggered a lot of discussion (and reminiscing) among the FierceWireless editorial team.
With the 25th anniversary in mind, we decided it was time to honor the contributions of some of the wireless industry’s foremost leaders and innovators with the FierceWireless list of Top U.S. Wireless Innovators of All Time. Continue reading
CTIA’s Former Top Executive Joins Private Equity Fund as a Special Partner
Washington, D.C. – September 14, 2004 – Core Capital Partners, a $170 million venture fund that invests in a broad range of technology companies, announced today that telecommunications veteran Tom Wheeler has joined the firm as a special partner. Wheeler will assist the firm in identifying and pursuing new technology investment opportunities and will serve on the board of directors of selected portfolio companies. Continue reading
Washington, D.C. – June 28, 2001: Core Capital Partners, one of the Mid Atlantic’s leading venture capital funds, announced today that it had absorbed GCI Venture Partners LLC, a $25 million early-stage fund founded in 1997. Mark Levine, the Managing Director of GCI Venture Partners, will join Core Capital founders Jonathan Silver and William Dunbar as a Managing Director of Core Capital Partners. Continue reading
Washington DC – March 1, 2000 -The $160 million fund will target investments in small-cap growth companies and early-stage technology companies, primarily in the Mid-Atlantic region.
The fund will focus on information technology and technology-impacted companies, media and communications companies and business services providers. Initial investments will typically be in the $1-10 million range. Continue reading