[FoRK] RedHerring 200 finalists announced

Rohit Khare khare at alumni.caltech.edu
Mon Apr 26 21:32:39 PDT 2004


Somehow, I'm less confident that we'll be one of the 100 at this point, 
since they'll probably give one of the spots to "Knowhow" instead :-) 
:-)

Rohit

> Every year, Red Herring´s list of the technology industry´s top 100 
> companies surprises the business world. This year is no different. The 
> list once again sets the standard as the industry´s definitive list of 
> private technology companies impacting the market place, revealing 
> where new fortunes are likely to be made.
>
> No doubt, the market has changed significantly over the past few years 
> and Red Herring´s approach in evaluating companies has evolved to 
> reflect the new business realities.
>
> Over the last few months, Red Herring editors have spent hundreds of 
> hours talking with experts and carefully examining over 500 private 
> global companies´ business models, financials, and management teams. 
> Red Herring's unique approach of using both qualitative measurements 
> and quantitative business metrics to assess a company´s potential sets 
> it apart from other lists.
>
>  This year´s selection process was weighted to reflect the reality of 
> survival in today's challenging marketplace: generating revenues, 
> establishing a strong customer base and equally strong industry 
> partnerships. What's more, it has significantly broadened its 
> geographic scope across the globe to include companies from 10 
> countries, including China, Japan, Israel, the U.K. and Germany.
>
> The editorial team has just released its list of 200 finalists. Each 
> is highly qualified to make a lasting impact on the industry. Yet only 
> half will make the cut and earn a spot on the 2004 Red Herring 100. 
> The winners will be announced at the Red Herring Spring Conference on 
> May 18, 2004 in Monterey, California. These companies, like the ones 
> from past Red Herring 100s since 1997, will most likely grab the 
> spotlight as the companies destined to become household names over the 
> next few years.
>
> Review our annual list of finalists and join us at the Red Herring 
> Spring Conference for the announcement of the winners of 2004.
>
>  2Wire
>  Actimize
>  Advanced Analogic Technologies
>  Aeluros
>  Aerielle
>  AgraQuest
>  Air2Web
>  Airespace
>  Airgo
>  Akimbo
>  Alexza Molecular Delivery
>  Alien Technology
>  Aligo
>  Allot Communications
>  AmberWave
>  Applimation
>  Arbor Networks
>  ArcSight
>  Arxan
>  Astaro
>  Astoria Software
>  Atrua Technologies
>  Authentec
>  Automated Resources Group, Inc.
>  Avalon Pharmaceuticals
>  Avolent
>  Azerity
>  Azimuth Systems
>  Bermai
>  BigBand Networks
>  Bit Band
>  Bitfone
>  Blazent
>  Blue Titan
>  BlueArc
>  Brickstream
>  Bristol Technology
>  Broadbus Technologies
>  Bytemobile
>  Calix
>  Cape Clear Software
>  Cardiac Dimensions
>  Cardionet
>  Carmen Systems Group
>  Carmichael Training Systems
>  Carrius Technologies
>  Catena Networks
>  Cavium
>  CellTech Power
>  Centrata
>  CentrPort
>  ChannelAdvisor Corp.
>  CipherTrust, Inc
>  ClearCube Technology
>  Codexis, Inc
>  Cohesia Corp.
>  CollabNet
>  Collation
>  Compellent
>  Composite Software
>  Configuresoft
>  Conforma Therapeutics
>  Conor MedSystem
>  Convio
>  Cooligy
>  Counterpane Internet Security
>  Credant
>  Danger
>  Datasweep
>  DataPod
>  Decru
>  DigiCAPS
>  Digital Fuel
>  Digital Harbor
>  DivX
>  Dust Inc.
>  Dynogen
>  EchoPass
>  Engim Inc.
>  Epigenomics
>  eSilicon
>  Esmertec
>  Evalve
>  Excelergy
>  EZchip
>  firstRain
>  Flarion Technologies
>  Force10 Networks
>  Fortinet
>  Forum Systems
>  Frontier Silicon
>  Full Degree
>  Glasshouse Technologies
>  Global Solar
>  Gonzo Digimation Holding
>  Gracenote
>  Grand Central Communications
>  Gryphon Therapeutics
>  Hubspan
>  HumanEyes Technologies
>
>  HyperRoll
>  IatroQuest
>  IC Media
>  Icera Semiconductor
>  ID Analytics
>  Ikanos
>  IM Logic
>  Incode Wireless
>  Infinity Pharmaceuticals
>  In-Fusio
>  InQuira
>  Intervideo
>  Inxight Software
>  IP Wireless
>  Ipswitch
>  JAMDAT
>  JBoss
>  Knovel
>  Knowhow
>  KVS Inc.
>  LANDesk Software
>  Language Weaver
>  LinkedIn
>  Lumenar
>  Magic4 Ltd.
>  MailFrontier
>  Masergy Communications
>  Matrics
>  Mellanox Technology
>  MetaCarta
>  Metatomix
>  Motion Computing
>  Movaz Networks
>  Myocor
>  Mysticom Semiconductor
>  NanoMuscle
>  NanoOpto
>  Native Networks
>  Navini
>  Nereus Pharmaceuticals
>  Netezza
>  NetForensics
>  NetScaler
>  Network Intelligence
>  NextHop Technologies
>  NextTag
>  Noetix
>  Object Video
>  OnFiber
>  Oplus
>  Optobionics
>  Optos
>  OutlookSoft
>  Pacific Edge Software
>  PacketHop
>  Peppercoin
>  Perlegen Sciences
>  Plaxo
>  Polivec
>  Polychromix
>  PolyFuel
>  ProSight
>  Q1 Labs
>  Qovia
>  Qualys
>  Quantum Dot
>  Reactivity
>  Sandburst Technologies
>  Savi Technology
>  Scalix
>  ScriptLogic
>  Sentillion
>  ServGate Technologies
>  Shavlik Technologies
>  SinoCom Software
>  Softricity
>  SoftScape
>  Sourcefire
>  Spoke Software
>  Stentor
>  Sygate Technologies
>  Synchronoss Technologies
>  Telution
>  Tripwire
>  TrueSecure Corp.
>  Valista
>  VBrick Systems
>  VIEO
>  VistaScape Security Systems
>  Vocera Communications
>  Vonage
>  Wayport
>  WellDog, Inc
>  WholeSecurity
>  XAware
>  XcelleNet
>  XenoPort
>  Xfire
>  Yodlee
>  Zilliant

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