Ernst & Young Alex was nominated to be a finalist for the 2002 and 2011 E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
InterContinental Magazine InterContinental Magazine had selected one of Alex’s companies as their Top Venture Firm of North America based on its transactions and its portfolio of ideas and companies.
Business Insider Alex was listed in the Business Insider’s “The Silicon Alley 100: New York’s Coolest Tech People” in 2010
Crain Alex, as head of LimoRes, was selected as one of Crain’s Top Entrepreneurs in 2010
Inc500 LimoRes was selected as one of America’s fastest growing companies in 2008
Internet Telephony Alex’s VOIP innovation was recognized by Internet Telephony magazine in its list of Top 100 VOIP Communications
HBSC Alex was a semi-finalist at the HBSC 2002 Awards
Forbes Alex’s company, Arbinet-theXchange was selected as “Best B2B for Telecommunications” by Forbes Magazine
Einstein Technology Medal In 2001, Alex received the prestigious Einstein Technology Medal. It was presented to him by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Technology Foresight Award Technology Foresight Award from the Wall Street Journal and WCA at the International Telecommunications Union’s Telecom ’99 event
Computer Telephony Magazine In 1997, Alex received the “Star of the Industry” award from the Computer Telephony Magazine for building the world’s largest PC switch and the world’s first soft-switch
Harvard Business School In 2000, Harvard Business School published a business case on Arbinet-theXchange
InformationWeek Arbinet-theXchange was ranked in the Top 100 E-Business Innovator list