Heading the class of 2010 in the Long Island Technology Hall of Fame Wednesday night was FalconStor Software Inc. chief executive ReiJane Huai.

Huai entered the Hall of Fame with other business leaders on Long Island. Huai was also given the 2010 Entrepreneur Award "for his accomplishments and contribution to the Long Island business community," according to a news release.

The FalconStor chief executive was born in Taiwan, and came to the United States in 1984.

Other Hall of Fame inductees included:

Leo A. Guthart, manager of venture capital firm TopSpin Partners.

Nikola Tesla, the late inventor and engineer.

Boris Metlitsky, the recently retired senior vice president at Motoroia Enterprise Mobility Solutions.

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Nikolas Samios, physicist and former deputy director of Brookhaven National Laboratory.

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