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Should you park there? App crunches data to predict parking ticket, theft

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An app released this week by a veteran engineer promises to help people avoid the pain of a parking ticket or, worse, a stolen car. Dubbed AutoDefender, for now it’s only available on Android and its main features only work in Seattle. The user interface isn’t the most sophisticated you’ll...
Should you park there? App crunches data to predict parking ticket, theft
Newsmakers 2012: Greg Gottesman, Matt McIlwain lead the charge at Madrona

New datacenter coming to the old Isilon building

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The former Airborne Express building at 3101 Western Avenue was most recently home to Isilon Systems. Digital Fortress plans to open a new 25,000 square foot data center just north of downtown Seattle this July, adding to a facility that the newly-formed company operates at the Intergate West campus south...
New datacenter coming to the old Isilon building

Here are 5 tech companies from Seattle that could take the IPO plunge in 2012

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Which Seattle tech companies could take the IPO plunge in 2012? Photo via Bigstock The world may be waiting on a Facebook IPO. And while there’s some chatter about whether the $5 billion public offering from the social networking giant will open the floodgates for tech offerings, The Wall Street...
Here are 5 tech companies from Seattle that could take the IPO plunge in 2012

From wine picks to stocks: Could the ‘big data’ geeks at newly-formed Context Relevant predict the future?

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Stephen Purpura Big data might very well be the tech buzz word of the year. And just how hot is it? Consider this:  Data scientist Stephen Purpura — an expert in artificial intelligence, machine learning and predictive analytics who is studying for his PhD in information sciences at Cornell University — has...
From wine picks to stocks: Could the ‘big data’ geeks at newly-formed Context Relevant predict the future?
Good week for startups: Two huge VC firms collectively raise over $500M

Startup Spotlight: Korrio looks to score with social network for youth sports

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Steve Goldman of Korrio As a father and coach, Steve Goldman experienced first-hand the pains of getting youth sports teams organized. And as a techie, he knew there had to be a better way. Goldman founded Korrio in 2009 to solve that problem, creating an online service that helps coaches,...
Startup Spotlight: Korrio looks to score with social network for youth sports

Ex-Isilon and Amazon engineers emerge at stealthy Qumulo

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Peter Godman Isilon System is one of the biggest startup success stories of the past 10 years, with the Seattle storage company rebounding from tough times to sell for a whopping $2.25 billion to EMC in late 2010. The company has continued to grow in its new Pioneer Square headquarters,...
Ex-Isilon and Amazon engineers emerge at stealthy Qumulo

Korrio scores $4.6M to help coaches, clubs and parents organize youth sports

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Korrio has pulled in $4.6 million in new venture funding, money that the Seattle area startup will use to expand the service beyond youth soccer leagues. Previous investors, including Ignition Partners and angel investors, participated in the round. Founded in 2009 by former Isilon Systems and F5 Networks executive Steve...
Korrio scores $4.6M to help coaches, clubs and parents organize youth sports

Q&A: Seattle angel Geoff Entress

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If you’re an entrepreneur looking for money in Seattle, Geoff Entress is a pretty good guy to know. The 46-year-old Bainbridge Island resident has invested in 50 startup companies over the past decade, and the backer of Isilon Systems, Cheezburger Network and Swype is on the prowl for even more....
Q&A: Seattle angel Geoff Entress

Angel investor Bill Bryant: Here’s what I look for in startup entrepreneurs

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Seattle angel investor Bill Bryant Seattle angel investor and venture capitalist Bill Bryant has been around the block a few times in the tech industry, estimating that he’s met some 5,000 entrepreneurs in the past 25 years. So what does Bryant — an investor in companies such as Isilon Systems,...
Angel investor Bill Bryant: Here’s what I look for in startup entrepreneurs

Isilon co-founder Sujal Patel hops on board of ExtraHop

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Sujal Patel Sujal Patel has already built one powerhouse in the Pacific Northwest. Now, the Isilon Systems co-founder is lending his talents to an up-and-comer. Patel — who sold Isilon to EMC for a cool $2.25 billion in 2010 — is being named to the board of ExtraHop Networks today....
Isilon co-founder Sujal Patel hops on board of ExtraHop

Madrona Venture Group raises $300 million fund, largest in firm’s history

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Industry reports signal tough times for venture capital firms, with shrinking returns and lackluster results tied to a weak IPO market. But despite the headwinds, Madrona Venture Group still was able to meet with success on the fundraising trail. The Seattle venture capital firm has closed on a $300 million...
Madrona Venture Group raises $300 million fund, largest in firm’s history

HTC moves ahead with big expansion in Seattle's Pioneer Square

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The Occidental Mall is the new home for HTC, sources say We heard rumors last fall that HTC, the giant Taiwanese smartphone maker, was looking for office space in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square neighborhood. Now, we’ve learned that the company has settled on space in the old Occidental Mall building....
HTC moves ahead with big expansion in Seattle's Pioneer Square
Isilon co-founder Sujal Patel leaving EMC: Next gigs to include angel investing and diaper duty
Tech Moves: HasOffers taps CEO; Tableau bolsters board; EveryMove's key hires; etc.
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