CrossTechnology Venture Partners



CrossTechnology Venture Partners specializes in helping US based companies enter the Japanese market. We partner with leading US venture capital firms, helping their best portfolio companies.

Our role is to help your business. Our greatest value is your market expansion of Japan. Our senior level relationships with over 200 top Japanese companies get you immediate attention with minimal time and efforts.

You will find a better way to enter Japan.

Recent News of Our Portfolio Companies


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SpotMixer, a service of SpotMixer, Inc., helps small- and medium-sized businesses join the online video marketing revolution by offering templates and tools for easy-to-use yet sophisticated video ad creation, distribution and analytics. SpotMixer is a Google AdWords Authorized Reseller for video.

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eSilicon, a leading Value Chain Producer (VCP) for the semiconductor industry, provides a comprehensive suite of design, productization and manufacturing services, enabling a flexible, low-cost, lower-risk path to volume chip production.

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Bivio Networks delivers networking systems for DPI-enabled applications and services essential for network security, visibility, control and monetization. Only Bivio Networks delivers a broad-based approach to DPI-enabled applications and services, combining wire-speed performance, advanced networking technologies and a standard Linux environment.

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Silicon Genesis Corporation (SiGen) is a leading provider of engineered substrate process technology for the semiconductor, display, optoelectronics, and solar markets. SiGen’s technology is used for production of Silicon-On-Insulator (SOI) semiconductor wafers for high performance applications.

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GlobalServe's mission is to significantly reduce ownership costs by providing a range of solutions, services, tools and supply chain facilities that simplify each stage of the IT Asset Management Lifecycle.

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Bytemobile® is a tier-one provider of integrated mobile internet solutions which enable wireless network operators to deliver value-added data services to consumers on mass-market cellular phones, feature phones, smartphones, and laptops.

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FutureDial is a leading provider of mobile content management solutions to mobile operators enabling various revenue-generating services like phone-to-phone transfer, backup, restore, and content sales at retail shops.

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With the largest network of rated and certified technology and creative experts, Elance helps businesses succeed by providing them flexible access to specialized talent on-demand to help them get work done. Elance facilitates the entire work process from hiring to collaboration to payment.

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CA, Inc.(NASDAQ: CA) acquired Orchestria in January 5th, 2009.

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Motorola(NYSE:MOT)acquired Good Technology.

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Bay Microsystems acquired Parama Networks.

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Coherent(NASDAQ: COHR)Acquired iolon.

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Jack Harding, CEO of eSilicon nominated to serve as first board member for the new category

Mr-harding.jpgSUNNYVALE Calif., January 13, 2010 - eSilicon, a pioneering semiconductor value chain producer (VCP), today announced that Jack Harding, chairman, president and CEO of eSilicon, has been nominated to serve on the GSA Board as the first representative of the newly created VCP category. Jack is currently serving on the GSA Board under the semiconductor category.

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Elance Report Reveals Increasing Demand For Online Talent

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., February 17, 2010 — According to the U.S. Department of Labor, the number of people who are self-employed increased to roughly 42 million at the end of 2009. Data introduced today by Elance shows its online talent pool made more than $70 million in 2009 — a 45 percent increase for US service providers alone since the beginning of last year.

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