VCs Name Firms They Think Will Be Next Microsoft
Los Angeles Business Journal, LOS ANGELES, CA – March 19, 2001 –
Plenty of venture and angel deals have turned sour in recent months, which is testing the fortitude of even the heartiest investors. But despite the uncertainties, several entrepreneurial ventures hold tremendous potential for growth. So the Los Angeles Business Journal asked some veteran local venture capitalists the following question: If you could only invest in one LA – area company, the one with the best chance of emerging as the Amgen or Microsoft of tomorrow, which company would it be?

“Well, 3GA because, if you look at what happened for (Waltham, MA-based software company) Parametric Technologies in the ’90’s, 3GA is the next generation. Intel has dubbed them the great evolutionary technology. And the reason I bring it up is Parametric was a 1,000-time win for its early investors, and we see 3GA having the same capacity.”
David Cremin,
Zone Ventures

The world’s largest independent CAD publication honors 10
of the best products in the mechanical CAD/CAE industry
SAN FRANCISCO, CA – March 7, 2001 – The editors of CADENCE
magazine announced today the winners of the prestigious CADENCE
2001 NDES Show Stopper awards. Winners were chosen from among
all CAD-related products being shown at the National Design
Engineering Show in Chicago, IL, March 5-8th. After a thorough review
of software and hardware products, as well as service providers, the
CADENCE editorial staff selected 10 companies that distinguished themselves with products that not only exemplify innovation, creativity, simplicity, and ease-of-use but also help to move the CAD industry forward with advanced technology. Being awarded a Show Stopper award from the leading magazine in the CAD industry is an indication to CAD professionals of a cutting edge, highly usable product.

Microsoft Corporation
“3G.web.decisions is a great example of where we see the industry headed–toward distributed applications that take full advantage of the internet. By architecting their solution as a web service and by building it on Microsoft Windows 2000 and SQL Server, which are part of the family of Microsoft .NET servers, 3Ga is well-positioned to provide customers with a flexible and efficient collaboration solution.”
— Chris Ray,
Industry Manager for Engineering

Intel Corporation
“Peer-to-Peer collaboration is an exciting opportunity to increase productivity and speed time to market within the enterprise. 3G.web.decisions running on Intel® architecture servers and workstations is an example of how P2P computing can be utilized in the manufacturing arena to deliver innovative solutions and maximize IT resources.”
— Kurt Sehnert
Director, Peer-to-Peer Initiative
Intel Corporation

Unigraphics Solutions
“We are excited about the addition of 3Ga’s engineering decision system to the Voyager Program. 3G.web.decisions presents a tremendous opportunity for our resellers and customers to extend the value that Solid Edge brings to their organization. By using Solid Edge data as the master model for collaborative engineering, our customers can use their original design intent to facilitate better communication between functional groups and publish data required for making more informed decisions.”
— Bill McClure
Director of the Solid Edge line of business
Unigraphics Solutions.

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last updated: 13 August 2001

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