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5 companies that are fast in growth :-D

Top Five Companies in Deloitte's 2008 Technology Fast 500.

The top five Fast 500 winners are:

Hughes Communications Inc.

A Germantown, Maryland-based provider of broadband networks and services, reported a revenue growth rate over five years of 138,762 percent, moving from revenues of $699,000 in 2003 to $970,648,000 in 2007. This is its first appearance on Deloitte's Fast 500 ranking.

Ticket Software LLC
A Vernon, Conn.-based privately held company that provides software solutions for the ticket industry, reported revenues of $83,760,000 in 2007, a leap of 111,580 percent from 2003 revenues of $75,000. This is its first appearance on the Fast 500 ranking.

Starent Networks Corp.

A Tewksbury, Mass.-based company that provides networking solutions for mobile operators. Reported revenues of $145,797,000 in 2007.
A leap of 80,008 percent from 2003 revenues of $182,000.
This is its first appearance on the Fast 500 ranking.

Abraxis BioScience Inc
a Los Angeles-based biotechnology company providing progressive therapeutics and core technologies, reported revenues of $333,686,000 in 2007, a leap of 77,682 percent from 2003 revenues of $429,000. This is its first appearance on the Fast 500 listing.

Pure Digital Technologies Inc a San Francisco-based, privately held developer of digital imaging equipment and solutions, reported revenues of $54,616,000 in 2007, an increase of 44,667 percent from 2003 revenues of $122,000. This is its first appearance on the Fast 500 ranking.


M_U_K_U_N{U_V} said…
Sir aisa koi sector India me bhi hai kya jissme ham top position holder ho .....

Giving answer to my quest. myself

Yes it is there

Its the JUGAAR...... :)
Hamse bada kon hai kissi frim ko kaho is sector ki companies search out karne ke lie..

Finally a very impormational sharing sir.. Thanks for it...

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