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A little more about the background of the company, and their path to being acquired by Google.Postini received their first round of funding in 1999, and developed into a company providing email antivirus and security applications to some very large corporations.(Added 6/5/2007) The UK Register announced earlier today that Google had acquired Peakstream, Inc.– Google shivs server crowd with Peak Stream buy Peakstream was founded in January 2005 by Matt Papakipos, Asher Waldfogel and Stanford University Professor, Pat Hanrahan.It’s difficult to tell if the following were written for Zingku and are part of what is being transferred over to Google, and they aren’t publicly available, but here are some of the latest patent applications from Sami Shalabi that he has listed on his web site: (added 7/10/2007) The announcement of Google’s acquisition of Postini came in a press release from July 9th.I’ve posted about the pending and granted patents assigned to the company in Google’s New Acquisition Postini and their Patent Filings.
At this time, the Zingku service is in private beta.
and Google, I decided to take a closer look at some of the companies that Google has purchased. I came across a couple of papers I hadn’t seen before, and learned a little more about some of Google’s employees that I didn’t know.
2007 Zingku Postini Grand Central Communications Zenter, Inc. Feedburner Panoramio Green Border Technologies Marratech AB’s Video Conferencing Software Tonic Systems Doubleclick Gapminder’s Trendalyzer Software Adscape Media 2006 Jotspot, Inc. Neven Vision @Last Software Writely Measure Map d Marc Broadcasting Reqwireless, Inc. 2005 Android Akwan Information Technologies Dodgeball Urchin Software 2004 Zipdash Where 2 Technologies Keyhole Picasa Ignite Logic 2003 Genius Labs Sprinks Kaltix Applied Semantics Neotonic Software Pyra Labs 2001 Outride Deja (Added September 27, 2007) Today, there was a note on the front page of the Zingku web site that, “We’ve entered into an agreement to have Google Acquire our Zingku service,” and a report by the Google Operating System blog – Google Buys Zingku, Mobile Social Network.
From one of the press releases previously on the Peakstream site: ATI GPUs in concert with the Peak Stream software platform are giving companies the ability to process data at speeds they’ve only dreamt of until now,” said Dave Orton, CEO and president of ATI Technologies Inc.
“Today’s graphics processors are capable of processing far more than just graphics applications – they are fully capable parallel processors ideally suited for a wide range of scientific, business and consumer applications.