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Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Red Herrings Asia 100 survey

Red Herring’s Asia 100 Survey
Several Red hot and young Indian tech companies have made it to Red Herring's first-ever Asia 100 survey. Contrary to the popular perception, apart from Progeon, there are no outsourcing firms in the list. The list includes companies that are slowly, but surely, changing the rules of the games: Applabs Technologies, Comat Technologies, DQ Entertainment, Ittiam Systems, Jataayu, Navin Communications, Pinstorm, Pramati, Tejas Networks India, Bharti Telesoft, Indiagames and Progeon.
Sashi Reddi founded Applabs Technologies is recognized as a global testing, development and certification solutions services specialist. Bangalore-based Tejas Networks, on the other hand, develops advanced optical networking products for global markets. In the same league is not-so-new Jataayu Software, which is working in the niche segment of Mobile Internet apps domain and is a partner in AOL Mobile Developer Programme. Former Texas Instruments India managing director Srini Rajam’s baby Ittiam Systems, is focused on digital signal processing systems in media and communications.  DQ Entertainment is the largest animation outsourcing company and co-produces TV series and co-owns global IPR's, DVD movie titles and features with European, Canadian and Australian companies.

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