Neul developed innovative and disruptive wireless network technology for the Internet of Things. The company was acquired by Huawei Technologies in September 2014.
Phonetic Arts developed world-leading natural speech synthesis software engine. IQCF led the A series round. The business was acquired by Google in December 2010.
Spikes Cavell developed The Observatory, an online database containing detailed expenditure data of hundreds of local authorities, universities, NHS Trusts and other public sector bodies. They were acquired by Xchanging, a business processing, technology and procurement services company, in February 2015.
Imsense developed several digital image enhancement solutions, including a revolutionary dynamic range compression technology, that dramatically improve the quality of all digital images (including videos) to make them look much more real, and as actually remembered.
IQ Capital led both A and B series investment rounds and successfully exited the business in July 2010 via a 'trade sale' to a global consumer electronics player.
Sirigen developed next generation of florescent labelling technology, based on a unique class of Nobel prize winning materials which enhance the brightness of existing clinical diagnostic tests, improving sensitivity by up to 100 times.
Power Challenge is a leading global developer and publisher of online social sports games including ManagerZone, an immersive strategic football management game. IQ Capital invested alongside Johan Brenner, a successful web entrepreneur turn angel investor/venture capitalist. Power Challenge was acquired by Stillfront Group Ltd in November 2012.