UW Start-ups

More than 250 companies have been started by UW template students and faculty or with UW technology.

PatientStream provides a suite of cloud-based applications that increases hospital operating room efficiencies by replacing whiteboards with an automated, information exchange incorporating cutting-edge display technology.
Rosetta@Cloud is a software-as-a-service company formed to distrubte the popular Rosetta molecular modeling package.
RGB HATS aims to make learning about computer security fun for high school and college students by creating and distributing a card game called Control-Alt-Hack.
CompSoftBook CompSoftBook develops software to meet the increasing need for effective ways to grade courses fundamentally rooted in computing and programming.
TransformativeMed develops medical software applications that enhance the value of existing electronic medical record systems.
Adeona Adeona is the first Open Source system for tracking the location of your lost or stolen laptop that does not rely on a proprietary, central service.
Corensic Corensic designs programming technology for multi-threaded software development.
Nimbic Nimbic (formerly Physware) provides high-speed 3D fullwave solutions that enable broadband verification and design across the chip–package–board ecosystems.
Skytap Skytap provides cloud automation solutions for enterprises and software vendors to develop, test, migrate, evaluate, demo, and train on new and existing applications in the cloud.
Pavia Systems Pavia Systems specializes in creating web-based training programs for organizations in the asphalt industry.
Farecast Farecast, an airfare prediction technology, was acquired by Microsoft in 2008 and rebranded as Bing Travel.
DiMeMa DiMeMa publishes CONTENTdm, a leading digital management software for libraries. DiMeMa was acquired by Online Computer Library Center (OCLC).