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    • Activision Blizzard Inc. Logo
    • Activision Blizzard Inc. 

      Video game maker Activision Blizzard is best known for title franchises such as World of Warcraft, Guitar Hero, Tony Hawk, and Call of Duty.

    • Adobe Systems Inc. Logo
    • Adobe Systems Inc. 

      Adobe Systems Inc. is the world's top seller of software used by creative professionals to design, illustrate, edit and publish documents and images, both online and on paper.

    • Advanced Micro Devices Inc. Logo
    • Advanced Micro Devices Inc. 

      Advanced Micro Devices Inc., based in Sunnyvale, Calif., is the second-largest maker of microprocessor chips that run PCs and servers.

    • Agilent Technologies Inc. Logo
    • Agilent Technologies Inc.  Agilent Technologies Inc., formerly a unit of Hewlett-Packard Co., makes specialized test and measurement equipment that analyzes everything from sound waves to human DNA.
    • Akamai Technologies Inc. Logo
    • Akamai Technologies Inc.  Akamai Technologies Inc. sells servers and data-management services that help corporations and other large enterprises deliver Internet data over their networks.
    • Altera Corp. Logo
    • Altera Corp.  Altera Corp., based in San Jose, Calif., is a semiconductor company specializing in reprogrammable logic devices, a technology it invented in 1984.
    • Amazon.com Inc. Logo
    • Amazon.com Inc.  Amazon.com Inc. is an online retailer offering books, music, movies, electronics, games, toys, prescriptions and groceries.
    • Amdocs Ltd. Logo
    • Amdocs Ltd.  Amdocs Ltd. is a supplier of operations support software used by telecommunications service providers to deliver voice, data, and wireless services.
    • Analog Devices Inc. Logo
    • Analog Devices Inc.  Analog Devices Inc. makes analog, mixed-signal and digital-signal processing integrated circuits used in industrial, communication, computer and consumer applications.
    • Apple Inc. Logo
    • Apple Inc.  Apple Inc. made its name making innovative personal computers. It now makes the best-selling digital-media player, the iPod, and the iPhone smartphone, as well as its latest product, the iPad.
    • Applied Materials Inc. Logo
    • Applied Materials Inc.  Applied Materials Inc. is the world's biggest maker of machines and tools for making computer chips and solar panels. Headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif., it has 92 locations in 21 countries.
    • AT&T Logo
    • AT&T  AT&T Inc. is among the two largest U.S. telecommunications carriers, providing wireline and wireless voice, data, Internet and video service to customers in 22 states.
    • Atmel Corp. Logo
    • Atmel Corp.  Atmel Corp., based in San Jose, Calif., makes semiconductors used in a wide variety of products and industries, including touch-screen displays, automobile microcontrollers, wireless components and memory chips.
    • Autodesk Inc. Logo
    • Autodesk Inc. 

      Autodesk Inc. develops and sells computer-aided design (CAD) software and related applications, used by architects and engineers to design buildings and other construction projects.

    • Automatic Data Processing Inc. Logo
    • Automatic Data Processing Inc.  Automatic Data Processing Inc. is one of the world's largest payroll and tax-filing processors. It also provides a wide variety of business services to corporate clients.

  • B
    • BMC Software Inc. Logo
    • BMC Software Inc. 

      BMC Software Inc. is the world's 10th-largest independent software company by sales. Its products are used to manage corporations and other large enterprises.

    • Broadcom Corp. Logo
    • Broadcom Corp.  Broadcom Corp. designs chips used in a broad range of networking equipment and other telecommunications gear. It supplies products to most large makers of wireless and wireline equipment.
    • Brocade Communication Systems Inc. Logo
    • Brocade Communication Systems Inc.  Brocade Communications Systems Inc. is a supplier of data center networking products, including Fibre Channel switches and related software for connecting corporate storage systems and servers.

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    • CA Technologies Logo
    • CA Technologies  CA Technologies is one of the world's largest software companies, with products for managing and securing networks, databases and other large computer systems.
    • Celestica Inc. Logo
    • Celestica Inc.  Celestica Inc., based in Toronto, provides electronics manufacturing services to large brand-name technology companies.
    • Ciena Corp. Logo
    • Ciena Corp.  Ciena Corp. makes equipment that boosts the capacity and speed of telecommunication networks, allowing service providers to more easily combine and send voice, data and video traffic.
    • Cirrus Logic Inc. Logo
    • Cirrus Logic Inc.  Cirrus Logic Inc. designs and engineers computer chips, including audio chips and other integrated circuits used in a wide variety of consumer electronics and industrial machines.
    • Cisco Systems Inc. Logo
    • Cisco Systems Inc.  Cisco Systems Inc., based in San Jose, Calif., is the No. 1 maker of networking gear that lets businesses and consumers connect to the Internet.
    • Citrix Systems Inc. Logo
    • Citrix Systems Inc.  Citrix Systems Inc. sells software systems and services that let corporate customers and their employees store and remotely access computer data and software programs.
    • Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp. Logo
    • Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp.  Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp. is a provider of IT consulting services and software support, including application development and integration; re-engineering services for legacy systems; and data warehousing.
    • Corning Inc. Logo
    • Corning Inc.  Corning Inc. is one of the world's largest makers of glass and ceramics used in industrial, scientific and consumer products. Its fiber optic cable is used in most global telecommunication networks.

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    • Dell Inc. Logo
    • Dell Inc. 

      Dell Inc. is one of the world's largest makers of dektop and laptop personal computers. The Round Rock, Texas-based company also sells computer servers, networking equipment, accessories and services.

    • Dolby Laboratories Inc. Logo
    • Dolby Laboratories Inc.  Dolby Laboratories Inc. develops sound-processing and noise-reduction systems for use in audio and video equipment.

  • E
    • eBay Inc. Logo
    • eBay Inc.  San Jose-based eBay Inc. connects buyers and sellers globally through eBay, an online marketplace and auction and PayPal, which enables individuals and businesses to send and receive online payments.
    • Electronic Arts Inc. Logo
    • Electronic Arts Inc. 

      Electronic Arts Inc. is one of the world's largest makers of video game software, selling such market-leading franchises as Madden NFL and The Sims.

    • EMC Corp. Logo
    • EMC Corp.  EMC Corp. is the world's largest maker of products that store and secure data on corporate computer networks. The company operates two business segments: EMC's Information Infrastructure and VMware Virtual Infrastructure.

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    • F5 Networks Inc. Logo
    • F5 Networks Inc.  F5 Networks Inc. makes software and systems known as load balancers and application-delivery controllers, which assure the availability and security of computer-network data.
    • Facebook Inc. Logo
    • Facebook Inc.  Facebook Inc. operates the world's largest social networking site, with about half a billion users around the globe. Founded in 2004, it remains a privately-held company.
    • Fiserv Inc. Logo
    • Fiserv Inc.  Fiserv Inc., with headquarters in Brookfield, Wis., and 200 locations worldwide, provides information management and electronic commerce systems to the financial services industry.
    • Flextronics International Ltd. Logo
    • Flextronics International Ltd.  Flextronics International Ltd. is one of the world's largest providers of electronic manufacturing services, offering its corporate customers design, assembly, warehousing and distribution services.

  • G
    • Garmin Corp. Logo
    • Garmin Corp.  Garmin Ltd. manufactures navigation products that use global positioning system technology to wirelessly deliver geographic location data through satellite communications
    • Google Inc. Logo
    • Google Inc.  Google Inc. operates the world's leading Internet search service and is the top seller of online advertising.

  • H
    • Hewlett-Packard Co. Logo
    • Hewlett-Packard Co. 

      Hewlett-Packard Co. is one of the oldest and largest U.S. technology companies, selling a vast line of products and services to consumers and large enterprise customers.


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    • IAC/Interactive Corp. Logo
    • IAC/Interactive Corp.  New York City-based IAC/InterActive Corp. is an online media company with more than 50 consumer Internet sites, including search service Ask.com and the dating site Match.com.
    • IBM Corp. Logo
    • IBM Corp. 

      International Business Machines Corp. is the world's largest provider of computer products and services.

    • Informatica Corp. Logo
    • Informatica Corp.  Informatica Corp., based in Redwood City, Calif., sells software and services that help large enterprises integrate disparate types of computer data and assure its quality.
    • Infosys Technologies Ltd. Logo
    • Infosys Technologies Ltd.  Infosys Technologies Ltd. is one of India’s largest technology companies, providing software and services to other companies around the globe. It gets about two-thirds of revenue from U.S. clients.
    • Ingram Micro Inc. Logo
    • Ingram Micro Inc.  Ingram Micro Inc., based in Santa Ana, Calif., is the world's top wholesale distributor of information technology products. It also offers supply-chain management to suppliers and resellers.
    • Intel Corp. Logo
    • Intel Corp.  Intel Corp. is the world's dominant maker of the microprocessors that run desktop and laptop personal computers, controlling 80% of the PC chip market.
    • Intuit Inc. Logo
    • Intuit Inc.  Intuit Inc. makes finance and accounting software for consumers and small businesses, including well-known products such as Quicken, Quickbooks and TurboTax.

  • J
    • Jabil Circuit Inc. Logo
    • Jabil Circuit Inc.  Jabil Circuit Inc. is a contract manufacturer based in St. Petersburg, Fla., which makes a wide range of electronic gear for other large companies.
    • Juniper Networks Inc. Logo
    • Juniper Networks Inc.  Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Juniper Networks Inc. makes networking gear for corporations, Internet service providers and government agencies. It is the chief rival to Cisco Systems in many key markets.

  • K
    • KLA-Tencor Corp. Logo
    • KLA-Tencor Corp.  KLA-Tencor Corp., based in Milpitas, Calif., manufactures equipment used to make semiconductors and other computer chips.

  • L
    • Lam Research Corp. Logo
    • Lam Research Corp.  Lam Research Corp. designs and manufactures equipment used to make and prepare the silicon wafers from which semiconductors are created.
    • Lenovo Group Ltd. Logo
    • Lenovo Group Ltd.  Lenovo Group Ltd. of China bought the former personal computing division of IBM in 2005. With U.S. operations based in Morrisville, N.C., it makes computers, servers, software and peripherals.
    • Linear Technology Corp. Logo
    • Linear Technology Corp.  Linear Technology Corp. makes analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits for cell phones, computers, automotive electronics, defense systems and other industries.
    • Logitech International SA Logo
    • Logitech International SA  Logitech International SA makes keyboards, digital mice and other gear used to control and input data into PCs. It also makes phone headsets and other videoconferencing accessories.
    • LSI Corp. Logo
    • LSI Corp.  Headquartered in Milpitas, Calif., LSI Corp. makes semiconductors and storage systems for the storage and networking markets.

  • M
    • Marvell Technology Group Ltd. Logo
    • Marvell Technology Group Ltd.  Marvell Technology Group Ltd. makes semiconductors used in storage drives, in mobile wireless equipment and devices, and in consumer networking products.
    • Maxim Integrated Products Inc. Logo
    • Maxim Integrated Products Inc.  Maxim Integrated Products Inc. makes analog and mixed-signal integrated circuits, with more than 80% of its 6,000 chip products invented by the company.
    • Microchip Technology Inc. Logo
    • Microchip Technology Inc.  Microchip Technology Inc. makes analog semiconductors and microcontrollers used in automobiles, medical devices and consumer electronics.
    • Micron Technology Inc. Logo
    • Micron Technology Inc.  Micron Technology Inc. is one of the world's largest makers of computer memory products, supplying chips and modules for PCs, digital cameras and other electronic equipment.
    • Microsoft Corp. Logo
    • Microsoft Corp. 

      Microsoft Corp., the world’s largest software company, sells consumers and corporate customers everything from Windows operating systems to Xbox game consoles to Office applications.

    • Motorola Inc. Logo
    • Motorola Inc.  Motorola Inc. makes communications equipment for businesses, consumers and telecommunication providers. With operations around the globe, it is one of the world's largest sellers of mobile phones.
    • MySpace Inc. Logo
    • MySpace Inc.  MySpace Inc., a subsidiary of News Corp., operates the world's second-largest online social network, with about 100 million global users.

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    • National Semiconductor Corp. Logo
    • National Semiconductor Corp.  National Semiconductor Corp. designs and builds computer chips, including analog circuits and mixed-signal chips, used in sensors, solar panels and other power management equipment.
    • NetApp Inc. Logo
    • NetApp Inc.  Based in Sunnyvale, Calif., NetApp Inc. provides storage and data management solutions. It markets and sells its products through its worldwide sales force and indirectly through channel partners.
    • Nintendo Co. Ltd. Logo
    • Nintendo Co. Ltd.  Nintendo Co. Ltd., based in Kyoto, makes hardware and software for its proprietary video game systems, including the Wii console and DS portable game device.
    • Nokia Corp. Logo
    • Nokia Corp.  Finland’s Nokia Corp. is the world's No. 1 seller of mobile phones, with operations in 60 countries. It also sells wireless telecom equipment through a joint venture with German equipment-maker Siemens AG.
    • Novellus Systems Inc. Logo
    • Novellus Systems Inc.  Novellus Systems Inc., based in San Jose, Calif., designs and manufactures sophisticated equipment used to make semiconductors and other computer chips.
    • NVIDIA Corp. Logo
    • NVIDIA Corp.  Nvidia Corp. designs and engineers computer graphics chips. Its products include high-definition 3-D graphics processors used in video games and industrial design.

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    • ON Semiconductor Corp. Logo
    • ON Semiconductor Corp.  ON Semiconductor Corp. makes semiconductors for the power supply, auto, communications, computer, consumer, medical, wireless, mobile phone, industrial and military/aerospace markets.
    • Oracle Corp. Logo
    • Oracle Corp. 

      Oracle Corp. is the world's largest seller of software and tools used to manage corporate computer databases. It also provides a wide range of software applications for a variety of business functions.

    • Overstock Inc. Logo
    • Overstock Inc.  Salt Lake City-based Overstock.com Inc. is an online retailer offering closeout and discount brand and non-brand name merchandise.

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    • Palm Inc. Logo
    • Palm Inc. 

      Palm Inc. was a pioneer of handheld electronic organizers and among the first sellers of mobile smart phones. It recently agreed to be acquired by Hewlett-Packard Co.

    • Paychex Inc. Logo
    • Paychex Inc.  Paychex Inc. processes the payrolls of more than half a million clients, making it the second-largest payroll accounting firm in the U.S. after Automatic Data Processing Inc.
    • PMC-Sierra Inc. Logo
    • PMC-Sierra Inc.  PMC-Sierra Inc. has developed nearly 400 semiconductor devices used in communications and networking equipment. Its products are designed for corporations and other large enterprises.
    • Polycom Inc. Logo
    • Polycom Inc.  Polycom Inc., based in Pleasanton, Calif., is a teleconferencing company whose products let corporate customers conduct voice calls and video meetings between multiple work sites.
    • Priceline.com Inc. Logo
    • Priceline.com Inc.  Priceline.com Inc. operates an online travel service where buyers can "name their own price" for airline tickets, hotel rooms, rental cars, cruises, and vacation packages.

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    • QLogic Corp. Logo
    • QLogic Corp.  QLogic Corp. makes storage and networking systems, incuding host-based adapters that allow disparate types of communications and electronic gear to talk to one another.
    • QUALCOMM Inc. Logo
    • QUALCOMM Inc.  Qualcomm Inc. is one of the world's largest makers of communication chips for mobile phones. Its pioneering technology, known as CDMA, is the standard cell-phone technology in North America.
    • Qwest Communications International Inc. Logo
    • Qwest Communications International Inc.  Qwest Communications International Inc. is a telecom carrier providing voice, data, video and Internet services to consumers and businesses in 14 states in the Western U.S.

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    • Rambus Inc. Logo
    • Rambus Inc.  Rambus Inc. designs, engineers and licenses memory-chip technology. The company pioneered the ground-breaking technology known as DRAM, or dynamic random-access memory.
    • Red Hat Inc. Logo
    • Red Hat Inc. 

      Red Hat Inc. is the largest seller of software and services for Linux, the open-source computer operating system that is the main rival to Microsoft's Windows.

    • Research in Motion Ltd. Logo
    • Research in Motion Ltd.  Research In Motion Ltd. makes the BlackBerry line of mobile wireless devices. The Waterloo, Canada-based company pioneered the market for wireless handsets that combine voice calling and email service.

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    • Salesforce.com Inc. Logo
    • Salesforce.com Inc.  San Francisco-based Salesforce.com Inc., a leading seller of customer-tracking software, helped pioneer the market for business applications sold directly over the Internet.
    • Sandisk Corp. Logo
    • Sandisk Corp.  SanDisk Corp. makes memory chips and modules used to store digital data on mobile phones, digital cameras, video cameras, gaming devices and GPS locators.
    • Sanmina-SCI Corp. Logo
    • Sanmina-SCI Corp.  Sanmina-SCI Corp. is a global provider of customized, integrated electronics manufacturing services. Headquartered in San Jose, Calif., it operates in 18 countries on four continents.
    • SAP Inc. Logo
    • SAP Inc.  SAP AG of Germany is the world's top seller of software that helps large companies organize and run back-office operations such as accounting, inventory control and human-resource planning.
    • SEGA SAMMY HOLDINGS INC. Logo
    • SEGA SAMMY HOLDINGS INC.  Sega of America Inc., the U.S. subsidiary of Japan-based Sega Corp., develops and publishes video game software.
    • Sprint Nextel Corp. Logo
    • Sprint Nextel Corp.  Sprint Nextel Corp. is the third-largest wireless-service provider in the U.S., offering voice and data plans to businesses and consumers.
    • Symantec Corp. Logo
    • Symantec Corp.  Symantec Corp., best known for its Norton antivirus software, provides security, storage, and systems management software for consumers and businesses.

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    • Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. Logo
    • Take-Two Interactive Software Inc.  Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. develops and publishes video games, including the best-selling, controversial Grand Theft Auto series and popular sports titles in hockey, baseball and basketball.
    • Tech Data Corp. Logo
    • Tech Data Corp.  Tech Data Corp. is one of the largest distributors of computers, networking gear, printers and software to resellers and retailers.
    • Tellabs Inc. Logo
    • Tellabs Inc.  Tellabs sells networking equipment that telecommunication service providers use to manage and send voice and data traffic on their networks.
    • Teradata Inc. Logo
    • Teradata Inc.  Teradata Corp. designs and installs data warehousing systems that store information about customers, finances and other business operations.
    • Texas Instruments Inc. Logo
    • Texas Instruments Inc.  Texas Instruments Inc. is one of the world's oldest and largest makers of computer chips. Its products are used in everything from mobile phones to DVD players to computer modems.
    • Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. Logo
    • Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.  Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. makes and distributes analytical instruments, testing and measurement equipment and laboratory supplies.
    • THQ Inc. Logo
    • THQ Inc.  THQ Inc. makes video game software for personal computers, portable devices and gaming consoles from Sony Corp., Microsoft Corp. and Nintendo.
    • Trimble Navigation Ltd. Logo
    • Trimble Navigation Ltd.  Trimble Navigation Ltd. makes location systems and software based on the U.S. Global Positioning System satellite network.
    • Twitter Inc. Logo
    • Twitter Inc.  Founded in 2006, San Francisco-based Twitter Inc. is a free micro-blogging and social-networking service that lets users communicate with friends and others using short text messages.

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    • VeriSign Inc. Logo
    • VeriSign Inc.  VeriSign Inc. provides Internet registry and security services to consumers and businesses. It operates two of the world's 13 root nameservers that assign unique addresses to Internet-connected devices.
    • Verizon Communications Inc. Logo
    • Verizon Communications Inc.  Verizon Communications Inc. is the second-largest U.S. telecommunications provider, serving tens of millions of customers with wireless, Internet and voice calling services.
    • VMware Inc. Logo
    • VMware Inc.  VMware Inc. helped pioneer the market for virtualization software, which lets large enterprises add capacity to their computer networks without having to buy new equipment.

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    • Wipro Ltd. Logo
    • Wipro Ltd.  Bangalore, India-based Wipro Ltd. provides corporate customers with information technology services, including business process consulting, infrastructure management and software testing and coding.

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    • Xilinx Inc. Logo
    • Xilinx Inc.  Xilinx Inc. makes logic chips that are programmed to perform specific functions in products, including cell phone base stations, network routers, DVD players and cable modems.

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    • Yahoo Inc. Logo
    • Yahoo Inc.  Founded as a hobby in 1994 by two Stanford Ph.D. students, Sunnyvale, Calif.-based Yahoo is now a global company with 500 million daily users visiting its network of Web sites.
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