- IPOs in 2018: Here are six tech companies that could go public
- These are the tech start-ups worth billions that are expected to go public next year
- A new report predicts there could be nearly 300 public offerings in 2019.
- Public ipo tech companies
- 10 Hot Companies Going Public in 2019
- 7 Upcoming IPOs to watch in 2020
Additional technology focused companies can be found in the following sections:
21Vianet Group, Inc. (VNET) (China: carrier-neutral internet data center services provider)
A10 Networks, Inc.
(ATEN) (Networking technologies)
Accenture Plc. (ACN) (Ireland: management consulting, technology and outsourcing services)
ADTRAN, Inc. (ADTN) (Networking and communications equipment)
Aerohive Networks, Inc. (HIVE) (Enterprise mobility company: cloud-enabled Wi-Fi and routing solutions)
Allot Communications Ltd.
IPOs in 2018: Here are six tech companies that could go public
(ALLT) (Broadband solutions: develops mobile, fixed and enterprise networks)
Alphabet Inc. (GOOG) (Search engine, YouTube, Android, Chrome, ad technology platform, Google Play, Gmail)
AMERI Holdings, Inc. (AMRH) (IPO November 17; 2017; SAP cloud, digital and enterprise services)
(AAPL) (Mobile communication and media devices, personal computers, portable digital music players; networking solutions; software platforms include iOS, OS X and watchOS; third-party digital content and applications; brands include iPhone, iPad, Mac, iPod, Apple TV, iTunes)
Applied DNA Sciences Inc. (APDN) (Security solutions using biotechnology as a forensic foundation; applications in supply chain security, brand protection or law enforcement applications)
Arista Networks, Inc.
(ANET) (Software driven cloud networking solutions)
Avid Technology, Inc. (AVID) (Digital audio and video technology)
Baidu, Inc. (BIDU) (China: internet search provider)
Barracuda Networks, Inc. (CUDA) (Cloud services: security and storage solutions)
Benchmark Electronics, Inc. (BHE) (Electronic manufacturing services)
Black Box Corporation (BBOX) (Planning, installation and maintenance services for communication and data infrastructure products and systems)
Booz Allen Hamilton Holding Corporation (BAH) (Management and technology consulting; engineering services)
Brady Corporation (BRC) (Identification products, workplace safety and compliance products; facility, product and people identification products)
Brocade Communications Systems, Inc.
These are the tech start-ups worth billions that are expected to go public next year
(BRCD) (Networking hardware and software)
CACI International Inc. (CACI) (Professional and IT services provided to the U.S. government)
CDW Corporation (CDW) (Distribution: sales channel partner for original equipment manufacturers and software publishers)
Celestica, Inc. (CLS) (Canada: supply chain services)
CGI Group, Inc.
(GIB) (Canada: IT and business process services)
Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. (CHKP) (Israel, Internet security products and services: network security, endpoint security, data security and management solutions)
Ciena Corporation (CIEN) (Network products and services)
Cisco Systems, Inc.
(CSCO) (Networking products and services)
Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation (CTSH) (Information technology, consulting and business process outsourcing services)
Computer Task Group, Inc. (CTG) (IT services; IT staffing services)
(CLGX) (Analytics, data-enabled services, property information; primary markets include real estate, mortgage finance, insurance and the capital markets)
Cray Inc. (CRAY) (Supercomputers, storage and data management systems, and data analytics solutions for scientific and engineering markets)
(CSPI) (Designs and manufactures computing systems with digital signal processing applications; computer maintenance, integration services, third-party computer hardware, software value added reseller)
Datalink Corporation (DTLK) (Provides solutions and services focused on making data centers more efficient, manageable and responsive)
Dell Technologies Inc.
A new report predicts there could be nearly 300 public offerings in 2019.
(DVMT) (Business include Dell, Dell EMC, SecureWorks and VMware)
Digi International Inc. (DGII) (Embedded and non-embedded products; development services)
Digimarc Corporation (DMRC) (Barcode technologies)
Digital Turbine, Inc. (APPS) (Products for mobile operators and device OEMs)
Dolby Laboratories (DLB) (Audio technologies with applications in cinema, home entertainment, gaming and mobile devices)
DXC Technology Company (DXC) (IT and professional services to U.S.
government, state and local governments and commercial entities)
Echelon Corporation (ELON) (Develops open-standard control networking platforms)
Edgewater Technology, Inc.
Public ipo tech companies
(EDGW) (IT consulting firm)
Electronics for Imaging, Inc. (EFII) (Industrial inkjet printers and printing products; web-to-print and productivity software)
Eltek Ltd. (ELTK) (Israel: rigid and flex-rigid printed circuit boards)
EPAM Systems, Inc. (EPAM) (Software engineering, consulting and IT services)
10 Hot Companies Going Public in 2019
(PLUS) (Distribution: hardware, software, maintenance, software assurance and services from over 1,000 vendors; proprietary software products)
Extreme Networks, Inc. (EXTR) (Networking technology solutions and platforms)
F5 Networks, Inc.
(FFIV) (Software-defined application services)
Facebook, Inc. (FB) (Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, WhatsApp)
Finisar Corporation (FNSR) (Optical communication products)
Flex (FLEX) (Design, manufacturing and supply chain services)
Fortinet Inc. (FTNT) (Network security appliances; physical and virtual appliance products)
Forward Industries, Inc. (FORD) (China: carry and protective solutions for hand held electronic devices)
FRONTEO, Inc. (FTEO) (Asian-language eDiscovery solutions and services)
(IT) (IT research and advisory company)
GDS Holdings Limited (GDS) (IPO November 3, 2016: China, data centers)
(GIMO) (Traffic Visibility Fabric)
Globant S.A. (GLOB) (Technology services provider)
(GLOW) (Provides video collaboration services and network solutions)
GTT Communications, Inc. (GTT) (Operates a global Tier 1 IP network)
Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc.
(HMNY) (IT services and solutions; predictive analytics)
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company (HPE)
HP Inc. (HPQ) (Personal computers, enterprise IT infrastructure, imaging and printing related products, software and technology consulting, outsourcing and support services)
ICF International, Inc.
(ICFI) (Management, technology and policy consulting; implementation services)
I.D. Systems, Inc.
7 Upcoming IPOs to watch in 2020
(IDSY) (Technologies used to control, track and monitor fleets of vehicles, cargo and people)
Identiv, Inc. (INVE) (Security technology company: physical access control products, smart card reader products, NFC and radio frequency identification products, single universal identity credential products)
IEC Electronics Corp. (IEC) (Electronic manufacturing services)
Immersion Corporation (IMMR) (Digital touch technology)
(PI) (IPO July 21, 2016: radio-frequency identification solutions used to authenticate, identify and locate everyday items)
Infosys Limited (INFY) (India: consulting, technology, outsourcing)
Inpixon (INPX) (Data analytics and location based solutions)
Insight Enterprises, Inc. (NSIT) (IT solutions: consulting, technical and managed services)
Intellicheck Mobilisa, Inc.
(IDN) (Real-time identity authentication and validation solutions: products allow for businesses and organizations to authenticate an individual’s identification)
Interlink Electronics, Inc.
(LINK) (Human-machine interface and force sensing technologies)
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) (Consulting and IT infrastructure and business process services; cloud and cognitive offerings; middleware and operating systems software; infrastructure technologies)
InterXion Holding N.V.
(INXN) (Netherlands: carrier and cloud neutral colocation data center services)
IPG Photonics Corporation (IPGP) (Fiber lasers and amplifiers)
Issuer Direct Corporation (ISDR) (Provides Disclosure Management Systems and Cloud–based Compliance Technologies to the financial services industry)