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Start-Up

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

Name: Reality Mobile LLC
Location: Herndon
Funding: The company is self-funded. "We're trying to bootstrap and grow organically," said founder and funder David Rensin, who also was a co-founder of Riverbed Technologies, a...



Start-Up

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

Name: EZArchive Inc.
Location: Employees work from home; founder lives in Fairfax Station.



Start-Up: Harbinger Technologies Group Inc

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

Big idea: A software program based on phonetics that matches Arabic names and words with names on terrorist watch lists.



Start-Up

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

Name: GigaBeam Corp.
Location: Herndon
Funding: The company raised initial seed money in a $2.5 million private round of funding in February 2004. It raised $7 million in October through a venture public offering...



Start-Up

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

Gentag Inc.
Location: Potomac
Funding: From president and founder John P. Peeters and private investors as well as the Maryland Technology Development Corp. and the Maryland Venture Fund.



Checking Out the Lay of the Land

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

Applied Imagery's first customer purchased the company's terrain imaging technology to search for tools from the past.



Inside Higher Ed Emphasizes Online Focus

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

Two years ago, Kathlene Collins, a veteran of the Chronicle of Higher Education's recruitment advertising department, stepped down. A few weeks later, editor Scott Jaschik and managing editor Doug Lederman followed her out the door. "We realized we and the Chronicle had different visions for the direction of the publication and the company, and that it was in all our best interests for us to go our separate ways," Lederman said.



Working to Liberate Overworked IT Staffs

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

Sean M. McDermott wants RealOps to bridge the gap between information technology departments and the businesses they support by making it easier for IT operators to recognize and respond to service problems.



Chemistry Seems Right for Alexandria Firm

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

Barney Rush, chief executive of H2Gen Innovations Inc., pictures the day when his company's machines are installed alongside gas pumps at service stations nationwide, dispensing fuel for vehicles powered by hydrogen fuel cells.



PharmAthene Battles Anthrax

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

David P. Wright says his company is in the business of staying one step ahead of bioterrorists. "Once we find an answer for one pathogen, the terrorist will find something else," said Wright, chief executive of PharmAthene Inc., an Annapolis biotechnology company.



In Profile

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

Name: Xyrous Communications LLC
Location: Vienna
Big idea: Setting up networks in developing countries, then selling network capacity to carriers transmitting Internet-phone calls to those countries.



Using Net to Reach Developing Countries

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

David Kovach and Nersi Zand are in a business that sometimes takes them where other telecommunications companies don't want to go.



Paxfire, Inc.

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

Location: Reston
Big idea: Developed a technology that enables Internet service providers to collect traffic from typing errors and redirect it to a Web page with a search box and sponsored links. The ISPs...



Broken Links Lined With Gold for Paxfire

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

If you're using Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser, you could soon be directed to a page containing a search box -- but one provided by your Internet service provider using technology from a Reston company called Paxfire Inc.
-The Washington Post



Triverity Corp.

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

Name: Triverity Corp.
Location: Chantilly
Big idea: Makes a multimedia "data fusion" device for vehicles that records, stores and plays back video, audio and vehicle data.



On the Right Track at Triverity

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

When Phil Sweatman joined Triverity Corp., the Chantilly company had one customer and a product that worked half the time. Its mobile "data fusion" device -- which records, stores and plays back multi-camera video, audio and vehicle information -- was the size of "Shaquille O'Neal's shoe box," Sweatman said, and weighed 15 pounds.



Making Databases Work for Clients

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

Every year GuideStar, a Williamsburg organization that tracks statistics of nonprofit groups, processes about 12 million pages of documents, most of them complex tax forms filed by the nonprofits.



In Profile

Sun, 24 Apr 2005 11:22:36 GMT

Name: Intronn.
Location: Gaithersburg
Big idea: Using its patented molecules, Intronn is trying to repair genetic mutations by splicing special instructions to RNA.