Intertrust is far from a household word, but the Silicon Valley company developed digital content protection before the Internet arrived and made news with high-stakes patent suits against MicrosoftMSFT +0.81% and AppleAAPL +0.68%. Now it’s helping to start other companies.
The 23-year-old company–once public but privately held since 2003 under a transaction that made Sony and Philips its largest shareholders–claims to have reaped more than $1 billion since then in licensing revenues from its patents and software.
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Smart helmets that give bikers eyes in the back of their heads, a who’s who database for Google Glass wearers and software that reads video watchers’ facial expressions.
Those are three of the ideas being touted by the dozen startups from Silicon Valley and the surrounding area at the big Demo Fall show in Santa Clara this week….
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…Here are the 12 startups from Silicon Valley and the rest of the Bay Area that were set to pitch on Wednesday and Thursday. The Demo Gods will be announced late on Thursday afternoon…including
- Kabuto: File sharing and collaboration is what this Sunnyvale company provides. Founded by Tauseef Bashir, Gadi Itah, Daniel Vickery and Sung Yang Chun. Web: www.kabuto.com.