Top 10 Fastest-Growing Tech Companies in America 2011
Forbes ranks the New fastest-growing technology companies in 2011. Forbs ranks the companies based on The following criteria
The Company have minimum sales of $25 million
Sales growth of at least 10% over the latest 12 months
Three- to five-year earnings-per-share growth should be in double-digit.
Companies were ranked on their five-year annualized sales growth minimum 10%
No. 1: First Solar
The World’s leading thin film solar panels manufacturer First Solar established in 1999, The thin film solar panels used to convert sunlight into electricity. More demand and need for the conventional electrical power in future.
No. 2: Neutral Tandem
Neutral Tandem is a telecommunications company operated from Chicago. They offers voice, data and video services. Neutral Tandem created the first independent tandem network dedicated to transforming how wireless, cable, CLEC and broadband telephony companies route local transit traffic to one another.
No. 3: Riverbed Technology
Riverbed Technology is a designer and manufacturer of WAN optimization and network traffic measurement products located in San Francisco, California.Riverbed was Established in 2002 by Jerry Kennelly and Dr. Steve McCanne. The Main Motto of this company is “Think fast,” . Apart from WAN optimization and network traffic measurement products Riverbed Technology also offers customers cloud computing for commercial enterprise and the government.
No. 4: Illumina
Illumina, is a company incorporated in April 1998. Illumina The world leading manufactures and markers of integrated systems for the analysis of genetic variation and biological functions such as DNA sequencing and gene expression.government agencies and pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies use Illumina’s equipment for disease research, drug development and the development of clinical tests.
No. 5: Cavium Networks
Cavium Networks California-based company specializing in ARM-based and MIPS-based network and security processors.Cavium Networks offers processor and board level products targeting routers, switches, appliances, 3G access, storage and servers for use with intelligent networking, communications, storage, video and security applications.
No. 6: ViroPharma
ViroPharma is a world’s leading pharmaceutical drugs Manufacturer.ViroPharma develops and sells drugs that address serious diseases including those caused by cytomegalovirus (CMV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV) infections.The company has strategic relationships with GlaxoSmithKline, Schering-Plough, and Sanofi-Aventis.The company currently offers two products; Vanocin, and Cinryze.
No. 7: Rackspace Hosting
Rackspace is an IT hosting company based in San Antonio, Texas. Rackspace provides a portfolio of compute platforms, ranging from traditional Dedicated Managed Hosting to The Rackspace Cloud to Email & Apps. The best configuration for your business may span more than one platform. By mixing-and-matching compute platforms, Rackspace can help create the optimal compute solution for your business
No. 8: Salesforce.com
Salesforce.com is an enterprise cloud computing company headquartered located in San Francisco, USA Salesforce.com Developed and distributes business software like customer relationship management (CRM) on a subscription basis.The Main Motto of this company is “ success on demand ”
No. 9: Celgene
Celgene is a biopharmaceutical company that develop drug therapies for cancer and immunological diseases. Celgene’s Thalomid is one of the major product.
No. 10: Solar Winds
The solar wind is a stream of charged particles ejected from the upper atmosphere of the Sun. It mostly consists of electrons and protons with energies usually between 10 and 100 keV. The stream of particles varies in temperature and speed over time. These particles can escape the Sun’s gravity because of their high kinetic energy and the high temperature of the corona.The solar wind creates the heliosphere, a vast bubble in the interstellar medium that surrounds the solar system. Other phenomena include geomagnetic storms that can knock out power grids on Earth, the aurorae (northern and southern lights), and the plasma tails of comets that always point away from the Sun.