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Kirana Networks Inc.

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truthbetold
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truthbetold,
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12/5/2012 | 12:46:19 AM
re: Kirana Networks Inc.
No way these guys get funding. The founder / CEO is a pathological lier; the VP Software has never completed a product; the founding VP Hardware was demoted because he couldn't deliver; the market dissapeared, and most importantly - their biggest champion - Rob Soni,of Bessemer Ventures - was fired!!! Whereas they will not go under right away due to Fatish's uncanny ability to stectch a penny, the future is dark indeed.
Garam Masala
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Garam Masala,
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12/5/2012 | 12:32:00 AM
re: Kirana Networks Inc.
Truthbetold,
Have you seen what theyGre making?
IGve heard that itGs pretty impressive.
Garam
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OptixCal,
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12/4/2012 | 11:25:01 PM
re: Kirana Networks Inc.
...so, you think they're gonna make it?
manoflalambda
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manoflalambda,
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12/4/2012 | 11:24:43 PM
re: Kirana Networks Inc.
Well... given that their URL is for sale and/or under re-construction (http://www.kirananetworks.com), I figure they are probably toast... Anyone know?

Salute,
Manoflalambda
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flam,
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12/4/2012 | 11:24:40 PM
re: Kirana Networks Inc.
I figure they're toast too. Jeez, where do these guys come from? Maybe BoobyMax is right.

/* BTW, the website which shows up is the stupid wildcard IP address that verisign is using to hijack unresolved traffic. */
manoflalambda
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manoflalambda,
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12/4/2012 | 11:24:18 PM
re: Kirana Networks Inc.

/* BTW, the website which shows up is the stupid wildcard IP address that verisign is using to hijack unresolved traffic. */


http://reuters.com/newsArticle...

eh?
joanofamerica
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joanofamerica,
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12/4/2012 | 11:13:55 PM
re: Kirana Networks Inc.
Pathological lier! Yes. That is what we call people with entrepreurial ability - a rare gift, who take inordinate risks to bring something new into being, who inpire and serve as a beacon to young people. It is hard to fail, if this can be called a failure... but it is worse never to have tried to succeed.
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