Celebrating Alex Hern-The Leader behind Many Successful Tech Companies

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If you are looking to venture into the technology industry, we guess that you have heard of Alex Hern, the industry’s most successful person. Hern has established and managed many companies, and he has mentored many fruitful tech entrepreneurs.

But, how did the entrepreneur develop his realm in United States’ technology business? Following is a comprehensive depiction of his professional history.

Alex Hern’s Professional history

In 1996, Mr. Hern established Inktomi Cooperation, his first venture in the US’ technology industry. The company focused on software, on-demand streaming media, and Ethernet services. At one time, it served yahoo and AOL.

In 1997, Hern founded MILCOM technologies, a funding organization that partnered with other tech organizations, and giant corporations like IBM, Boeing, and AMAT to support various start-ups.

In the same year, Hern established Triton Network Systems, a company that offered streaming and data management services. Also, Triton Network services sold modern chips and wireline equipment.

In 1998, Alex Hern partnered with John Weiss, Ken Wruk, Mike Santer, and David Tolmie to establish Yesmail, one of the oldest email marketing companies. At that time, the firm was recognized as one of the most visited sites.

After two years, Hern sold Yesmail, and he founded ArcSight, a Silicon Valley, a cybersecurity company. The cybersecurity company developed and marketed software used in analytics, internet intelligence, as well as data storage. Hewlett-Packard acquired ArcSight in 2010.

After the acquisition of ArcSight, Alex Hern established Tsunami XR, a software company. According to Hern, he launched Tsunami XR to cater to the needs of companies that required customized applications.

Mr. Hern’s company cooperated with gifted computer science professionals, researchers, and engineers who had the skill to develop any application from the ground up. Today, Tsunami poises as one if not the only one that vends customized software and computer applications.