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Spin-offs

Some DAC researchers have generated spin-off companies:

  • Safelayer 1997, created by Paco Jordán, Jordi Iñigo, Jordi Buch and Manel Medina. Develops technology for digital identification, electronic signature and data encryption for documents and web services.
  • Semarket 1997, spun off form Safelayer. Develops products and services related with the identification and the verification of identities, access control and electronic signature.
  • TB-Security S.A. 1999, created by several esCERT-UPC members (Manel Medina, Jordi Linares, Marta Cruellas, Manuel García-Cervigón, ...), was InetSecur at the begining. Information security management, development of Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) or other centralized solutions.
  • Ready People S.L. 2003, created by Marcel Medina and Manel Medina
  • Adda Documental 2006, created by Joan Carles Cruellas, Frederic Monràs, Manel Medina, Sergi Cabré and Pau del Canto. Currently, it has no activity,
  • Miraveo Inc. 2008, created by Jorge García Vidal
    Develops ad-hoc, peer to peer networking technology to create and deploy robust and resilient Spontaneous Area Networks (SPANs), enabling location-based networking among users over conventional mobile devices.
  • Sparsity S.L.  2010, created by members of DAMA-UPC (Josep Lluís Larriba Pey, Víctor Muntés Mulero, Norbert Martínez Bazán, Pere Baleta Ferrer...), commercializes and provides services based on the technologies developed at DAMA-UPC.
  • Ludium Lab, 2012, created by Àlex Pajuelo and Javier Verdú, specialized in electronic transmission of information from the cloud.
  • Talaia Networks, S.L. 2013 (www.talaianetworks.com), co-founded by Pere Barlet-Ros, Josep Sanjuàs and Josep Solé-Pareta, develops innovative network monitoring products that enhance network visibility. 
  • media technology Group, 2014 (http://mediatg.com/), co-founded by Jaime Delgado and Silvia Llorente provide solutions for the secure management and distribution of multimedia content, based on International Standards.