Advanced Technology Ventures
|Headquarters||Waltham, Massachusetts, United States|
Advanced Technology Ventures (ATV) is an American venture capital firm with more than $1.8 billion in capital under management. The firm was founded in 1979 and invests in IT, healthcare, and cleantech companies. ATV has offices in Waltham, Massachusetts and Palo Alto, California.
ATV was created when Dr. Thaddeus (Teddy) F. Walkowicz left Venrock, a venture capital firm associated with the Rockefeller family, to team up with Dr. Ivan Sutherland, George Kokkinakis and Dr. Robert Loewy. Together they founded Advanced Technology Ventures.
1981 - ATV I closes with $30.2M
1994 - ATV II closes with $28M
1988 - ATV III closes with $30.7M
1995 - ATV IV closes with $100M
1998 - ATV V closes with $175M
1999 - ATV VI closes with $400M 
2001 - ATV VII closes with $720M
2007 - ATV VIII closes with $305M
ATV's investments in IT, healthcare and cleantech companies have resulted in 30+ successful exits via IPO or acquisition. For example, Acme Packet had a successful IPO and the company is one of the fastest-growing telecommunications companies in the state of Massachusetts  Today, ATV backs a variety of early-stage portfolio companies, including the following.
IT: Alfalight, Anagran, Apprion, CaseCentral, Cenzic, Cedexis, CombineNet, Handango, Host Analytics, HVVi Semiconductors, Liquid Engines, Nextivity, Nominum, Omneon, Packet Design, Qumu, Sanovi, Tripwire, X+1
Healthcare: Acceleron, Aperio, Apoptos, Ardian, ConcepTx Medical, Emphasys, EndoGastric Solutions, Five Prime, GI Dynamics, GluMetrics, Gynesonics, Helixis, Hydra BioSciences, NeuroVista, Plexxikon, PolyRemedy, Portola, Powervision, Proteolix, Second Genome, Valeritas, Zeltiq
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