The Real Winners in the Race to Build the Internet

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Niko Waesche is a venture capitalist, entrepreneur, and author of the book Simply Seven: Seven Ways to Create a Sustainable Internet Business. While companies such as Cisco Systems and Qualcomm have long been considered crucial to building the infrastructure of the Internet, will they continue to reap the benefits? In this audio interview, Waesche focuses on the "cloud companies" that have the money to invest, and shares why he believes companies such as Amazon.com and salesforce.com will be the real winners in the long run.

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