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Netmorf Inc. was a Boston, Massachusetts based company that made a mobile application server "SiteMorfer." The application server provided an XML language to author web content such that it would be rendered into a variety of then available Phones and PDAs. SiteMorfer generated a device-independent XML that was later rendered into device specific-ML.[1]

The company raised Series A funding of $610,000 from private investors and $12 Million in Series B funding from VantagePoint Venture Partners. NetMorf opened about 80 offices worldwide and grew rapidly. The company ran out of money trying to obtain a Series C funding. NetMorf shut its doors on March 16, 2001, and applied for Chapter 7 bankruptcy.[2]


  1. ^ Hologhan, Meghan (18 November 2000). International Data Group. "E-Commerce Comes To Those Who Travel". Computerworld. 34 (38): 76.
  2. ^ "NetMorf Ceases Mobile Operations, Cites Lack of Funding". Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 8 November 2011.