Case | HBS Case Collection | June 2004 (Revised May 2006)

Millennial Net

by Joseph B. Lassiter III and Johanna Regine Naunton Blaxall

Abstract

Millennial Net created self-organizing, ultra-low-power, wireless sensor networks, a space that was getting a lot of attention in 2004. The company was founded in 2000 and in early 2004 was looking for a second round of funding. The area had attracted a number of new ventures by impressive investors. What makes Millennial Net worth another round of backing?

Keywords: Technology Networks; Technological Innovation; Entrepreneurship; Investment; Information Technology Industry; Telecommunications Industry;

Citation:

Lassiter, Joseph B., III, and Johanna Regine Naunton Blaxall. "Millennial Net." Harvard Business School Case 804-173, June 2004. (Revised May 2006.)