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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

The Valley of My Dreams: Why Silicon Valley Left Boston’s Route 128 In The Dust

TechCrunch contributor Vivek Wadhwa chimes in on the differences between Boston's Route 128 and Silicon Valley that lead to SV's emergence as the Global Capital of Tech... and identifies TiE as one of the leading networking groups that were responsible for the area's success! One thing's for sure... with TLP's in Boston and San Francisco, we should add Regional Advantage, a 1994 novel about the 128 vs SV debate, to the TLP reading list.


"No one disputes that Silicon Valley is the global capital of the tech world. But this wasn’t always so. It is the Valley’s dynamism and networks which have given it an unassailable advantage. Silicon Valley has simply left rivals like Boston’s Route 128 in the dust." Read More...

Michael Mullins, TLP BOS 2010

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