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Bernard Daines

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The Light Reading Interview

In The Spotlight: Bernard Daines

Bernard Daines The King of Gigabit Ethernet reckons he missed out on a $3 billion IPO by selling Packet Engines too early. Now he talks to Light Reading about:

  • How investors and employees ended up forcing him to sell Packet Engines before he was ready.
  • How Alcatel reneged on all the promises it gave Daines prior to the sale, put "mad man" Steve Kim from Xylan in charge, and sent Packet Engines into a decline.
  • The lessons he's learned and how things will be different with his third startup.
  • How World Wide Packets aims to trigger the convergence of the Internet and TV.
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