Tech’s Young Entrepreneurs

Business Week has a special report: “These folks are a little older and more experienced than back in the ’90s heyday. However, they’re just as inspired and determined.” Among those profiled:

  • Marc Fleury is taking open-source software to Corporate America with his JBoss.

  • Ross Mayfield’s Socialtext uses the collaborative power of the Internet as a whole new way to build technology.

  • Svetlozar Nestorov is a computer-science grad who studied data-mining with the founders of Google and last year launched travel search engine Mobissimo.

  • Mike Horton is hoping to be the Bill Gates of sensor technology with his company, Crossbow Technology.

  • And the youths of the crowd, Hosain Raham and Alex Asseily are trying to change the world of speech and voice technology with their startup, Aliph.

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    Rajesh Jain

    An Entrepreneur based in Mumbai, India.