Extranet Venture Partners

EVP is a tech/media investment company which, to date, has invested in more than a dozen early to mid-stage tech companies including our most recent investments in the VR360 space with Littlsar, in the health-tech space with ViziHealth, and in the telecom services space with Cleareon Fiber Networks. EVP focuses on investments where our experience and relationships can be used to help companies commercialize and grow their business. EVP has a success track record of producing good returns as demonstrated by its most recent monetization which returned over 50 times capital. David Walsh has been a founding partner of this firm since 2003. 

    Cleareon

    Cleareon provides advanced access solutions by combining wholly owned fiber infrastructure, “lit” services and data center / interconnection assets to deliver unfettered and complete access to and for our customers. Cleareon’s fiber networks extend from the network core through their edge data centers directly to enterprise buildings to deliver robust and fluid layer 1, layer 2 and IP-based managed services. This puts their customers right at the “intelligent edge” to facilitate direct neutral access and interconnection to and between myriad content providers, ISPs, wireline and wireless providers.

    Initial Engagement: 2015

    Investment Outcome: Active

    Role: Investor, Advisor

      Littlstar

      Littlstar helps media and entertainment companies deliver the highest quality output to viewers at the lowest cost by leveraging their proprietary tools of distributed, peer to peer, blockchain based, and traditional streaming technologies. Littlstar sits at the intersection of blockchain and media with best in class technology, offers custom AR application development utilizing Microsoft Holographic capture technology, offers custom app development & distribution for mobile, PC, Mac, Virtual & Augmented Reality, 360 Video and more.

      Initial Engagement: 2016

      Investment Outcome: Active

      Role: Investor

        Mintus

        Mintus is the world’s first marketplace to facilitate fractional ownership of appreciating, illiquid or generally inaccessible assets such as artwork, commercial real estate, publishing rights, horses and more. Assets are then tied to real-time prices within an online marketplace.

        By making fractional ownership of appreciating illiquid assets possible, Mintus creates unlimited opportunities for investors, as well as financing opportunities for owners, IP creators, auction houses, salesrooms, and any other party involved in their ownership.

        Initial Engagement: 2019

        Investment Outcome: Active

        Role: Co-Founder, Vice Chairman

          Original Sin Cider

          Established in 1996, Original Sin is one of the original modern-day U.S. cider companies. From day one, the OS mission has been to produce dry traditional ciders made with 100% freshly pressed New York apples.   Today, you can find Original Sin’s unique, award-winning ciders in over 30 states, as well as overseas.

          Initial Engagement: 2003

          Investment Outcome: Active

          Role: Investor

            TalkPoint

            TalkPoint Communications was a market leading webcasting company based in New York City. The company was founded in 1997 as a joint project of Dow Jones Interactive and Microsoft desktop video. The company was previously known as NextVenue and later iBEAM. The company was taken private in 2004 under the TalkPoint name. The company offered both audio and video webcasting for small to large (20,000 plus) audiences and was a pioneer in producing webinars for financial services, government and other sectors. In September 2014, TalkPoint was acquired by Atlanta-based conferencing and collaboration provider PGi.

            Initial Engagement: 2004

            Investment Outcome: Sold to PGI 2014; 20X return; more than $50mm gain

            Role: Investor

              ViziHealth

              ViziHealth (VIZI) is a technology-enabled system of care providing clinical, operational, and financial integration to delegated risk providers focused on enhancing medical home performance under alternative payment models. VIZI combines cloud-based technologies with remote and in-market clinical services to effectively deliver community-based care under financial partnership models. VIZI connects legacy IT systems across preferred networks with a cloud service ensuring clinical directives are shared, care plans automated, and changes in condition escalated. The company also provides a variety of comprehensive clinical services supplementing existing efforts to improve utilization management and personalized member service delivery.

              Initial Engagement: 2016

              Investment Outcome: Active

              Role: Investor