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December-2007  issue
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Author: Aritra Bhattacharya
Across ‘U.S. Air Force’ bases around the world, every time a fighter jet takes off on a sortie or comes back battered from a relief operation, Aruba’s wireless access points whirl into action, connecting to the plane, recording the... more>>
Company of the Month
Christo Jacob
American Power Conversion (APC), who develops the world’s most advanced power management software for its complete line of... more>>
CEO Spot Light
Parag Pruthi
IP networks, applications, and business services require a very high degree of availability and protection of information and... more>>
Business
Christo Jacob
Cracking the traditional model of the venture capitalist, today, Jasvir Gill, co-founder of Start-Up Farms International (SUFI)... more>>
In My Opinion
Naresh Wadhwa
Organizations in India are making rapid strides on many fronts. However, along with this phenomenal growth come challenges and... more>>
Indian Billionaire
Michael Paulraj
Ramesh Suri began his career, along with his brother Lalit Suri, in the car air conditioner business in the early 1980s by... more>>
India Development Center
Pradeep Shankar
Earlier this year, Texas Instruments President and CEO Rich Templeton made a profound statement, “In the last 20 years, India... more>>
Entrepreneur 101
Gunjan Sinha
In this article, I share my thoughts on one of the most critical elements of venture success – How to get your venture... more>>
Immigration
Sweta Khandelwal
For Indians staying in the U.S. and for those who move between the two countries for various reasons have difficulties in... more>>
Leadership
Sridhar Jayanthi
Organizations in India are making rapid strides on many fronts. However, along with this phenomenal growth come challenges and... more>>
Market Positioning
Pradeep Shankar
The constantly churning cauldron of IT business worldwide is witnessing every passing day newer developments and has been... more>>
Technology
Bhaskar Chavali
Aspect-oriented programming (AOP) has recently become quite a hot topic. The name, which sounds similar to object-oriented... more>>
Somanath Viswanath
System designers and architects have been accustomed to making feature versus form-factor trade-offs for devices in the mobile... more>>
VC Chakra
si Team
Rishi Kacker co-founded Voltage Security closed its serious D funding of $12 million led by Trident Capital. Also participating... more>>
si Team
Co-founded by Jayant Kadambi and Ayyappan Sankaran in 2004, Yume Networks closed its second round of funding of $9 million.... more>>
In Focus
si Team
Indians across the world have always brought glory to the homeland by their spectacular achievements in business, science, and... more>>
si Team
The supercomputer facility at the Computational Research Laboratories (CRL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Tata Sons Ltd, has... more>>
si Team
Indian firms are not just taking up outsourcing any more. In fact, they have invested a whopping $6 billion in the U.S. and... more>>
si Team
As the global private equity (PE) players are in a hustle to invest in the country, India is expected to log $13.5 billion in... more>>
si Team
A report titled ‘The next billion consumers: A road map for expanding financial inclusion in India’ states that with only... more>>
si Team
Tata group Chairman Ratan Tata, ArcelorMittal Chief Lakshmi Mittal and PepsiCo Chief Executive Officer Indra Nooyi are among... more>>
si Team
Over the past two years, about 38 percent of 5400 global companies were asked to pay bribes to get licenses and orders. The... more>>
Editor's Desk
Pradeep Shankar
When we profiled Aruba Networks on the cover of the November 2003 issue of siliconindia the company hadn't gone public yet.... more>>
Last Word
Moti N Thadani
As producers in the software services and business process outsourcing (BPO) industries, we have swelled up the sizes of... more>>
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