Mahesh Sharma

Australian-born, Bangalore-based Mahesh Sharma is ZDNet's India correspondent.

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Aussie start-up execs hit Silicon Valley

The global financial crisis might have tarnished some of Silicon Valley's lustre, but for many Australian technology entrepreneurs who have migrated to the US, it hasn't lost its bright shiny status.

September 13, 2009 by Brad Howarth


B33hive founders start all over again

The team behind the Sydney-based maker of mobile games and applications B33hive has sold its business off and is starting again with a new Twitter-based service for television addicts.

August 14, 2009 by Brad Howarth


Duel of the fates: Atlassian and Omnidrive

Only a few years ago Atlassian and Omnidrive were the flag carriers for Australia's Web 2.0 movement. But recent developments have shown just how different the outcomes for start-up companies and entrepreneurs can be.

July 30, 2009 by Brad Howarth


Biarri's massive maths mission

Aussie start-up Biarri reckons it has found a way to give even small businesses access to some of the most powerful mathematical modelling tools available.

July 15, 2009 by Brad Howarth

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Doing for AV what VoIP did for telephony

Sydney-based start-up Audinate is making traditional analog cabling obsolete in favour of TCP/IP-based networking technology. And it's doing a pretty good job so far, with its technology used by World Youth Day and the Sydney Opera House.

July 1, 2009 by Brad Howarth

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Memory Box splits up backup headaches

South Australian distributed backup start-up Memory Box splits up users' data and spreads it in encrypted form across many customers' PCs. But can the company build trust amongst customers who could be worried about their data being stored on other people's hard drives?

June 21, 2009 by Brad Howarth