|Acquired by||Motorola Mobility|
|Seed, 6/2007 |
|Series A, 11/2007 |
|Venture Round, 12/2009 |
Zecter is creating technology that aims to make it easy to share files with others over the internet.
|Launch Date||January 11, 2007|
Versionate provides a product that allows individuals and organizations to upload several types of files, such as documents and images, and edit them using a web browser. Edits to these files are then saved to separate versions that can later be restored. Users also have the option to create new documents within the Versionate online environment.
Files can be organized in folders and converted to similar types. Users can also search for specific terms in all of the files they have uploaded or created with Versionate.
The company compares its product to other Wikis. However, the product differentiates itself with the ability to import conventional file types such Word, Excel, Photoshop, and PDF.
Versionate began as a Y Combinator company with $15,000 of seed funding.
|Launch Date||July, 2010|
ZumoCast is an app that allows users to stream selected media files from a home computer to mobile devices. Currently in beta, ZumoCast works with iPhone and iPad, with plans to add additional mobile platforms in the future.
|Launch Date||January, 2009|
Zumodrive stores your data in the cloud and allows easy access to all of your files from any device. The product streams most files as if they were on a local drive. For your most popular files Zumodrive stores them locally for offline use. The produce is aimed specifically at notebooks and mobile devices with smaller hard drives.
Zumodrive overview video, January 2009