Home > News & Events > Wall Street Journal Names VNL’s Solar Powered GSM as Best Wireless Innovation and Overall Bronze Winner in its 2009 Technology Innovation Awards 15 Sep, 2009

WSJ Technology Innovation Award WinnerVNL is pleased to announce that is has been awarded the Bronze in this year’s Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation Awards. VNL is also led the Wireless category. As John Leger, News Editor of the Wall Street Journal states:

“You should be very proud of this achievement. We received nearly 500 entries, with only about 7% receiving an award. Needless to say, the competition was extremely intense. Full coverage of the awards appears in The Wall Street Journal’s three global editions on Monday as well as online at WSJ.com/Reports.”

Mr. Rajiv Mehrotra, Founder, Chairman & CEO of VNL, will be accepting the award at the awards ceremony and dinner being held October 13 in Redwood City, CA. The ceremony will held in conjunction with the Dow Jones VentureWire Technology Showcase. Walt Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal will be speaking at the event.

To read the article announcing the awards and to get more information about the Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation Awards,


VNL bags award from Wall Street Journal
Hindu Business Line – Chennai,India

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Economic Times – Gurgaon, Haryana, India

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India’s Vihaan Networks bags WSJ’s Technology Innovation Awards
TelecomTiger – New Delhi, India

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