In June 2013 Invertix Corporation and Near Infinity Corporation merged with the re-branding the company as Altamira Technologies Corporation. Invertix Corporation had been addressing the needs of the national security community by addressing complex research and development, engineering, and mission support challenges in the areas of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance; enterprise information technology; and communications mission systems. A prime contractor for the Defense, Homeland Security and Intelligence Communities, the firms capabilities include offerings in mobility, cloud computing and big data, analytics, visualization, cyber, and communications and sensors. Invertix organized around simplifying and improving the intelligence processing chain. Cloud-enabled analytics overcome negative trends by introducing accredited capabilities emphasizing open source and standards-based technologies from across the Intelligence Community and private sector. Clients were provided timely access to custom research, analysis, and deliverables able to augment traditional information-gathering methods from supply chain risk management and vulnerabilities mitigation, to identifying emerging technologies, global thought leaders, and assessing opinions via social and new media sources. In July 2019, it was announced that Altamira had acquired again - but this time by an investor group led by ClearSky. Formed in 2012, with offices in Florida, New York, Boston and San Francisco, ClearSky invests in innovative companies providing technology and services to enterprise customers, with a special focus on the power sector. The component ClearSky Security invests in companies that offer transformative security solutions, with a special focus on cybersecurity, industrial security and critical infrastructure security. The ClearSky-led consortium include McNally Capital and Nio Advisors. Continued SBIR Involvement seemedunlikely.