Since 1983, Battery has been investing in technology and innovation worldwide. The firm partners with entrepreneurs and management teams across technology sectors, geographies and stages of a company's life, from seed, start-up and expansion financing, to growth equity and buyouts. Battery has supported many breakthrough companies around the world, including: Airespace (acquired by Cisco), Akamai Technologies (IPO), Angie's List (IPO), Anobit (acquired by Apple), Bazaarvoice (IPO), Bladelogic (acquired by BMC), ExactTarget (IPO), Groupon (IPO), Guidewire Software (IPO), ITA Software (acquired by Google), MetroPCS (IPO), Netezza (acquired by IBM), and Skullcandy (IPO). Its current portfolio includes emerging and more established firms such as, Calxeda, Consona, Cumulus Networks, Marketo, Neolane, Opscode, Pursway, VSS Monitoring, XtremIO, and Zerto. From offices in Boston, Silicon Valley, and Israel, Battery manages nearly $4B in committed capital, including its current fund of $750 million. In April, 2012, Battery led a $27.5 million capital round for SingleHop with participation from American Chartered Bank. Battery partner Dave Tabors and Morad Elhafed joined SingleHop founders Dan Ushman and Zak Boca on its Board of Directors.