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Apple Computer, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of personal computers and related software, services, peripherals, and networking solutions worldwide. It also offers a line of portable digital music players, accessories, and services. The company's products and services include Macintosh line of desktop and notebook computers; iPod digital music player; Xserve G5 server and Xserve RAID storage products; a portfolio of consumer and professional software applications; Mac OS X operating system; iTunes Music Store; and a portfolio of peripherals that support and enhance the Macintosh and iPod product lines. The company also sells various third-party products, including computer printers and printing supplies, storage devices, computer memory, digital camcorders and still cameras, personal digital assistants, iPod accessories, and various other computing products and supplies. In addition, it engages in the online distribution of music, audio books, music videos, short films, and television shows. Further, the company offers products and services for the educational industry, which include eMac, iMac, and iBook; video creation and editing solutions; wireless networking; student information systems; curriculum and professional development solutions; and one-to-one learning solutions. It sells its products primarily to education, creative, consumer, and business markets primarily through online, retail stores, wholesalers, resellers, and cataloguers. As of September 24, 2005, the company operated 116 stores in the United States; and 8 stores in Canada, Japan, and the U.K. Apple Computer was co-founded by Steven P. Jobs in 1976. The company is headquartered in Cupertino, California.


Authentidate Holding Corp., through its subsidiaries, provides software and related services in the United States. It operates in three segments: Security Software Solutions, Document Management Solutions, and Systems Integration. The Security Software Solutions segment provides security software technology and services that are designed to accept and store a digital code, which enables users to prove the authenticity of the date, time, and the content of any electronic document. The Document Management Solutions segment develops, assembles, and sells document imaging systems and software products. The Systems Integration segment serves as an authorized sales and support provider for software products, such as Microsoft Solutions and Lotus Notes. It sells a line of personal computers and peripheral equipment primarily in the Albany, New York area. This segment also provides computer products and integration services, network services, and Internet/intranet development services. The company distributes its products through direct sales force, and national and international dealer network. Authentidate Holding has a strategic relationship with Health Fusion, Inc. The company was founded in 1985 by John T. Botti and Ira Whitman. It was formerly known as Bitwise Designs, Inc. and changed its name to Authentidate Holding Corp. in 2001. Authentidate Holding is based in Schenectady, New York.


Adaptec, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and storage products and software that enable organizations to move, manage, and protect data and digital content. Its software and hardware solutions range from application specific integrated circuit and redundant array of independent disk components to external storage arrays; and span small computer system interface (SCSI), serial attached SCSI, serial advanced technology attachment, fibre channel, and Internet protocol SCSI technologies. The company operates through three segments: Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and Channel, and Desktop Storage Group (DSG). The OEM and Channel segments provide Snap EDR, a product for business-critical data management, protection, and movement requirements of large distributed enterprises; Host Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) technology that allows customers to leverage the input/output (I/O) components incorporated on their servers to connect them with RAID; Server-to-Server Synchronization software; a storage-virtualization software; Adaptec Storage Manager, which is a single RAID storage management system; the host I/O interfaces; iSCSI/Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol Offload Engine designed to enable storage area networks to be deployed using existing Ethernet infrastructure and protocols. The DSG segment offers I/O connectivity products, digital media products, and desktop storage solutions for personal computing platforms. Adaptec sells its products to enterprises, Internet service providers, small and midsize businesses, government agencies, value-added resellers, and retail consumers through OEMs and distribution channel customers worldwide. It has strategic alliances with Vitesse Semiconductor Corporation and ServerEngines LLP. The company was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Milpitas, California.


Astro-Med, Inc. engages in the design, development, manufacture, distribution, and servicing of hardware and software systems that acquire, store, analyze, and present data in multiple formats globally. It operates through three segments: Test and Measurement, QuickLabel Systems, and Grass-Telefactor. The Test and Measurement segment offers a suite of ruggedized products, which consist of printers and Ethernet switches designed to withstand the rigors of airborne and other military applications for aerospace, automotive, pulp and paper, metal mill, transportation, and manufacturing industries. The QuickLabel Systems segment provides digital color label printers and its line of entry-level barcode/single-color digital label printers, which are used by manufacturers and producers to print short runs of custom labels in-house. This segment also offers printing supplies and label creation software that are used in the printing system, as well as offers consumable line of products, including monochrome transfer ribbons, and label, tag, and thermal transfer ribbons. The Grass-Telefactor segment offers a range of instrumentation and supplies, including in-lab, in-hospital, and ambulatory integrated systems for clinical EEG and PSG, epilepsy diagnosis and surgery, critical care, and intraoperative neuromonitoring for clinical and biomedical research applications. The company markets and sells its products and services through a distribution structure of sales personnel, manufacturing representatives, and dealers. Astro-Med was founded in 1969 and is based in West Warwick, Rhode Island.


Avici Systems, Inc. provides high-speed Internet infrastructure equipment to transmit high volumes of information across networks. Its Avici core routing product family consists of chassis and line cards to offer carriers with flexibility in selecting a product that fits their needs. The Avici product family includes the Terabit Switch Router, Stackable Switch Router, and Quarter-rack Switch Router. The company's core routers are designed to support mission critical and new real-time services on Internet protocol (IP) networks; enable nondisruptive incremental capacity additions to the network; provide stability and interoperability required to transform complex multitiered networks to a converged IP network; and support carrier service level agreements with their customers for mission critical telecommunication services across an IP core network. It sells and markets its products to its customers through its direct sales force, sales agents, systems integrators, and third party distributors. Avici's customers include incumbent local exchange carriers, interexchange carriers, postal telephone and telegraph operators, international competitive carriers, Internet service providers, and agencies of the United States government. These customers are located in North America, Europe, Japan, Asia, and Latin America. The company has strategic relationships with Nortel Networks and Huawei Technologies. Avici was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in North Billerica, Massachusetts.


Avocent Corporation engages in the design, manufacture, licensing, and sale of connectivity solutions for enterprise data centers, service providers, and financial institutions worldwide. It provides analog and digital keyboard, video, and mouse switching systems; serial connectivity devices; extension; wireless extension; remote access and management products; Intelligent Platform Management Interface firmware and software; and related technologies for the computer industry. These products and technologies enable network administrators to manage multiple servers, serially controlled devices, and mobile devices from a single local or remote console consisting of a keyboard, video monitor, and mouse facilitating network management and administration. Avocent sells its products to original equipment manufacturers, dealers, distributors, resellers, and end users in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia, as well as in other foreign markets. The company is headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama.


Avistar Communications Corporation engages in the development, marketing, and support of an integrated suite of video enabled e-Business applications, powered by the AvistarVOS software. It delivers TV-quality interactive video calling, content creation and publishing, broadcast origination and distribution, video-on-demand, and integrated data sharing. The Avistar video and data collaboration applications are managed by the AvistarVOS video operating system. The company provides networked video communications products and associated support services. Avistar Communications, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Collaboration Properties, Inc., provides prosecution, maintenance, support, and license for its software and the intellectual property developed by the company. The company markets and sells its system products directly to enterprises through strategic vertical markets focusing on the financial services and manufacturing industries in the United States and Europe. The company was founded as Avistar Systems Corporation in 1993 and changed its name to Avistar Communications Corporation in 2000. The company is headquartered in Redwood Shores, California.


Black Box Corporation provides network infrastructure services worldwide. It offers network infrastructure services for data networks, including structured cabling for wired and wireless systems; voice systems, such as new and upgraded telephony systems; and hotline technical support for approximately 90,000 network infrastructure products that it sells through its catalog, Internet Web site, and onsite services offices. The company's customers include organizations, corporations, and institutions covering various industries, such as manufacturing, retail, finance, education, and government. As of March 31, 2005, Black Box served approximately 152,000 customers through 122 offices in 141 countries. The company was founded in 1973 and is headquartered in Lawrence, Pennsylvania.


Catalyst Semiconductor, Inc. engages in the design, development, and marketing of reprogrammable nonvolatile memory products, and analog and mixed-signal products. Its nonvolatile memories include flash memories, and serial and parallel electrically erasable programmable read only memories (EEPROM) products for use in digital cameras, cell phones, digital video recorders, compact disc players, cordless phones, laser printers, memory modules for computers, disk drives, remote controls, and various automotive applications. The company's analog/mixed-signal products include supervisory products with EEPROM, supervisory products without memory, digitally programmable potentiometers, microcontroller supervisory circuits, white light emitting diode drivers, and other mixed-signal products. Its products are used in telecommunications, networking systems, computation, automotive, industrial, and consumer markets. Catalyst Semiconductor markets its products through manufacturers' representatives, distributors, and resellers, as well as through sales offices in East Dundee, Illinois; Shanghai and Shenzhen, China; Oxford, United Kingdom; Yokohama, Japan; Seoul, South Korea; and Taipei, Taiwan. Catalyst Semiconductor was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.


Concurrent Computer Corporation provides computer and software systems for the video-on-demand and real-time operating systems/productivity tools market. Its on-demand products consist of hardware and software, as well as integration services, sold primarily to broadband companies that have upgraded their networks to support interactive and digital services. These on-demand systems enable broadband telecommunication providers, mainly cable television systems, to stream video content to their digital subscribers with digital set-top boxes or personal computers. The company's real-time products consist of real-time operating systems and diagnostic software tools for use in a multitude of applications requiring low-latency response, such as simulation, image generation, and data acquisition. The company sells its systems through direct field sales and support offices, as well as through value added resellers and systems integrators in North America, Europe, Asia, and Australia. Concurrent Computer Corp., formerly known as Massachusetts Computer Corporation, was founded in 1966. The company is headquartered in Duluth, Georgia.


3Com Corporation provides converged networking solutions for enterprise, and small and medium-sized business customers worldwide. It offers data networking infrastructure products and solutions consisting of local area network (LAN) switches; routers and gateways; and wireless product offerings, such as wireless LAN access points, wireless controllers and switches, wireless routers, wireless bridges, and wireless switch manager. The company's Voice over IP (VoIP) telephony products include VoIP telephony platforms, convergence application suite, and IP phones; and security products comprise intrusion prevention systems and firewalls. In addition, 3Com offers network and security management application packages for information technology environments. Further, it provides telephone support, hardware replacement, software updates, onsite engineers, and spare parts, as well as professional services and training. The company serves customers in education, government, healthcare, manufacturing, finance, insurance, and real estate industries. 3Com distributes its products through a two-tier distribution channel consisting of distributors and resellers, as well as through systems integrators, telecom service providers, and direct marketers. The company has strategic alliances with Aspect Communications Corporation, Crossbeam Systems, Inc.; Electronic Data Systems Corporation; Trapeze Networks; and Siemens Business Services. 3Com was founded in 1979 and is headquartered in Marlborough, Massachusetts.


Ciprico, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of storage and system solutions for digital media applications in the United States. It offers a range of open platform disk-based solutions, which include products that implement redundant array of independent disks (RAID) techniques; and network attached storage systems that focus on networked digital media workgroup applications. The company offers MediaVault, FibreSTORE, NETarray, and DiMeda product families. Its MediaVault products combine MediaVault's high bandwidth attributes with high definition and film resolution software/hardware components. Ciprico's FibreSTORE family combines fault-tolerant RAID architecture with an embedded software layer to provide reliability for multistream online applications. It markets its FibreSTORE products as an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) product. The company's NETarray family is targeted for digital media and general purpose storage applications. NETarray products integrate the serial advanced technology attachment with Fibre Channel RAID system. Its DiMeda family is based on network attached storage technology that provides shared storage utilizing Internet protocol based networking protocols. The company's solutions combine storage, networking, and computing technologies to improve the productivity of customer workflows for the capture, creation, manipulation, archival, management, and distribution of digital assets. Ciprico serves content creation, post production, broadcast, military and government, and other media application markets. It sells its products through a direct sales force calling on a combination of OEMs, system integrators, distribution partners, and dealers in the United States, and via independent representative organizations in Canada and Europe. The company was formed as Computer Products Corporation in 1978 and changed its name to Ciprico, Inc. in 1983. Ciprico is headquartered in Plymouth, Minnesota.


Cray, Inc. engages in the design, development, marketing, and servicing of high performance computer (HPC) systems, commonly known as supercomputers. Its Cray X1E supercomputer combines the processor performance of traditional vector systems with the scalability of microprocessor-based architectures. The high performance interconnects and memory subsystems enable the Cray X1E system to scale from 16 to 8,192 processors, delivering up to 147 tera floating point operations per second. The company's Cray XT3 supercomputer scales to support the most challenging HPC workloads. Its Cray XD1 is Linux x86-based, 32 and 64-bit compatible, which runs open source codes and independent software vendor applications without requiring complex porting or application recompiling. The company also provides consulting, integration of Cray products, custom hardware and software engineering, advanced computer training, site engineering, data center operation, and computing-on-demand services. Cray, Inc. principally serves the government/classified, scientific research, weather/environmental, and automotive and aerospace markets, as well as life sciences and petroleum markets. It operates in the United States, Canada, Japan, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. The company was co-founded by James E. Rottsolk and Burton J. Smith. Cray, Inc. is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.


Cisco Systems, Inc. engages in the manufacture and sale of networking and communications products worldwide. The company provides products for transporting data, voice, and video within buildings and across campuses. It offers routers, which interconnect computer networks by moving data, voice, and video from one network to another; and switching systems that are used to build local-area networks (LAN), metropolitan-area networks, and wide-area networks. Cisco's technology products comprise home networking products, which enable users to share Internet access, printers, music, movies, and games; Internet protocol telephony products for transmitting voice communications; optical networking products, which provide a path for telecommunications carriers, as well as for carriers and enterprises; and security products, which protect information systems from unauthorized use. It also offers storage networking products that deliver connectivity between servers and storage systems. In addition, the company offers wireless LAN and outdoor wireless bridging products. These products include access points; an integrated wireless and wireline switching system; wireless LAN client adapters; bridges; antennas; and accessories. Cisco offers its products and services primarily through its direct sales force, as well as through distributors and retail partners. The company has strategic alliances with AT&T Corp.; BearingPoint, Inc.; Bell South Corporation; Cap Gemini S.A.; Electronic Data Systems Corporation; Fujitsu, Ltd.; Hewlett-Packard Company; Intel Corporation; International Business Machines Corporation; Italtel SpA; Microsoft Corporation; Motorola, Inc.; SBC Communications, Inc.; and Sprint Corporation. Cisco was founded in 1984 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.


CSP, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the development and marketing of information technology integration solutions, messaging and image-processing software, and computer systems. It operates in two segments, Systems, and Service and System Integration. The Systems segment designs, manufactures, sells, and services cluster computer systems and embedded computer systems to the aerospace and defense market for an array of defense applications, including radar, sonar, and surveillance signal processing, as well as to scientific/technical computing market. This segment also offers legacy classic systems and proprietary systems, as well as related parts and services. The Service and System Integration segment provides integration solutions, including third-party hardware and software with consulting services; and specialized programming and engineering services to supply customers with customized legacy integration, virtual private networks, and Internet security solutions. It also provides installation, integration, logistical assistance, and other services. In addition, this segment offers Internet security consulting and implementation services for enterprise intrusion prevention and protection. CSP serves customers in the education, telecommunications, health services, distribution, financial, manufacturing, and entertainment industries. The company markets its products through its direct sales force, system integrators, distributors, and resellers worldwide. CSP was founded in 1968 and is headquartered in Billerica, Massachusetts.


Dell, Inc. and its subsidiaries engage in the design, development, manufacture, marketing, sale, and support of a range of computer systems and services worldwide. The company provides products and services that enable customers to build their information-technology and Internet infrastructures. It offers a range of products, including enterprise systems, which include servers, storage, workstations, and networking products; client systems, such as notebook and desktop computer systems; printing and imaging systems; and software and peripherals, including titles, monitors, plasma and LCD televisions, MP3 players, handhelds, and notebook accessories. The company also offers various services, including information technology management services; professional services in technology consulting, application development, solutions integration, and infrastructure design; deployment services; support services; and training and certification services. In addition, it offers a range of financing alternatives, asset management services, and other customer financial services for its business and consumer customers in the United States. The company's customers include large corporate, government, healthcare, and education accounts, as well as small-to-medium businesses and individual customers. Dell markets and sells its products and services directly to its customers. The company was founded by Michael S. Dell in 1984 under the name Dell Computer Corporation. Later, it changed its name to Dell, Inc. in 2003. Dell is headquartered in Round Rock, Texas.


Digi International, Inc. engages in the development and provision of connectivity solutions. The company operates in two segments, Connectivity Solutions and Device Networking Solutions. The Connectivity Solutions segment offers multiport serial adaptors, terminal servers, universal serial bus connected products, and cellular products. Its multiport serial adapters support a range of operating systems, port-densities, bus types, expansion options, and applications. The Device Networking Solutions segment provides external and embedded device servers, integrated microprocessors, networking software, core modules, and single board computers. The company's products are used in industrial automation, retail/point-of-sale, building automation/security, medical/healthcare, out-of-band management, and office networking application markets. It sells its products through distributors, systems integrators, solution providers, and direct marketers, as well as direct to strategic original equipment manufacturers, government, and commercial partners in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America. Digi International has strategic partnerships with Microsoft, Citrix Systems, Hewlett Packard, IBM, Motorola, CDW, Dell, Insight, Santa Cruz Operation, Sun Microsystems, Toshiba, Atmel, Green Hills Software, Cingular, Sprint, Verizon, and Alltel. The company was founded in 1985 as DigiBoard and changed its name to Digi International, Inc. in 1989. Digi International is headquartered in Minnetonka, Minnesota.


Dataram Corporation engages in the developer, manufacturing, and marketing of capacity memory products primarily used in network servers and workstations. It provides customized memory solutions for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and compatible memory for computers manufactured by various companies. The company also manufactures a line of memory products for Intel motherboard based servers. Dataram sells its products primarily to OEMs, distributors, value-added resellers, and end users in the United States, Europe, and Asia-Pacific region. The company was founded in 1967 and is headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey.


EMC Corporation offers systems, softwares, and services for information lifecycle management worldwide. It operates in four segments: Information Storage Products, Software Group Products and Services, Information Storage and Management Services, and VMware Software Products and Services. The Information Storage Products segment offers networked information storage systems used in a storage area network, networked attached storage, content addressed storage, or direct attached storage environment, as well as platform-based software that controls and enables functions that take place within the networked storage system. The Software Group Products and Services segment develops storage management software that automates, protects, and manages multivendor storage infrastructures; and content management software that enable users to create, manage, deliver, and archive unstructured content, including documents, Web pages, and media. The Information Storage and Management Services segment offers technology solutions, and customer service and education to enable its customers build and manage information technology infrastructures. It also provides consulting, assessments, implementations, integration, operations management, support, and maintenance. The VMware Software Products and Services segment offers software that provides a layer of abstraction between the computing, storage, and networking hardware, as well as the software that runs on it. The company's products and services are used in various computing platforms, storage systems, and software applications, including transaction processing, enterprise resource planning, customer relationship management, data warehousing, e-commerce, content management, business intelligence, email, and Web hosting. EMC was founded in 1979 by Richard J. Egan and Roger Marino. The company is headquartered in Hopkinton, Massachusetts.


Empire Resources, Inc. engages in the purchase, sale, and distribution of principally nonferrous metals to various industries in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. It distributes semifinished aluminum products, such as coil/sheet, plate, treadplate, and foil, as well as circles and profiles. The company serves transportation, automotive, housing, appliances, and packaging industries. Empire Resources sells its products through its sales force and independent sales agents located in North America. The company is headquartered in Fort Lee, New Jersey.


Evans & Sutherland Computer Corporation engages in the design, manufacture, marketing, and support of visual systems to provide simulation training for various military and commercial applications worldwide. It also provides its products for planetariums, science centers, and entertainment venues. The company offers various visual systems for simulation, strategic visualization, and digital theaters, with the option to configure systems, subsystems, or components for each customer. In addition, it offers installation, integration, and customer support services. The company provides its products to an international customer base in the military simulation, commercial simulation, and digital theater markets. Evans & Sutherland Computer Corporation was founded by David Evans and Ivan Sutherland in 1968 and is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah.


FalconStor Software, Inc. engages in the development, manufacture, and sale of network storage infrastructure software solutions, as well as in the provision of related maintenance, implementation, and engineering services worldwide. The company's products include IPStor Enterprise Edition software, VirtualTape Library, and iSCSI Storage Server. IPStor software provides a set of storage services to ensure nonstop data availability and recoverability, facilitate regulatory compliance, simplify storage management, backup, and improve I/O performance of enterprise applications. It supports an open storage area network/network attached storage infrastructure across multiple protocols simultaneously, while using heterogeneous storage. IPStor is utilized to enable special purpose storage appliances to deliver various storage related services, including data migration, continuous data replication, continuous data protection, virtual tape library backup, and other storage services. It enables corporate IT departments' aggregate storage capacity and storage services, such as snapshot, backup, data replication, and other storage services in a distributed environment. VirtualTape is a backup/recovery solution that uses disk to emulate tape libraries and consolidates management of backup resources. iSCSI provides storage management and business continuity services for application hosts over an existing Internet protocol network. It is a storage networking solution for small and medium businesses, as well as for satellite/remote offices and workgroups of larger enterprises. The company sells its products primarily through agreements with original equipment manufacturers, value-added resellers, and distributors. FalconStor Software sells its products to various companies, including health care organizations, financial institutions, government agencies, xSPs, e-commerce businesses, and educational institutions. The company is headquartered in Melville, New York.


FOCUS Enhancements, Inc. engages in the design, development, and marketing of video technology solutions. The company offers solutions in semiconductors and video systems areas. Its semiconductor products include various series of application specific integrated circuits, which process digital and analog video to be used with televisions, computer motherboards, graphics cards, video conferencing systems, Internet TV, media center, and interactive TV applications. FOCUS Enhancements' system products provide solutions in PC-to-TV scan conversion, video presentation, digital-video conversion, video production, and home theater markets. The company markets and sells its products principally to original equipment manufacturers, dealers, and distributors in the consumer and professional channels worldwide. FOCUS Enhancements is headquartered in Campbell, California.


Foundry Networks, Inc. engages in the design, development, manufacture, marketing, and sale of data networking solutions for Layer 2-7 switching and routing, and wired and wireless local area networks; metropolitan area networks, wide area networks, and the Web. It provides stackable fixed configuration switches and modular platforms. The company provides routing solutions from the Internet core to the Internet data centers, and a customer's network of Web and application servers. The Layer 2 and Layer 3 switches provide support to bandwidth-intensive and Internet-based applications. The Internet traffic management systems allow enterprises and service providers to build network infrastructures that direct traffic flow. The Metro routers provide routing services to Internet data centers worldwide. The company's customers include the United States government agencies; universities; e-commerce sites; and enterprises, such as healthcare, financial, manufacturing and entertainment companies, as well as Internet and metro service providers. It sells its products through field sales organizations, resellers, original equipment manufacturer partners. Foundry Networks has an alliance with Myricom, Inc. to jointly develop and deliver 10-Gigabit Ethernet solutions within the company's HPC Ethernet Alliance Program. The company was founded in 1996. It was formerly known as Perennium Networks, Inc. and changed its name to StarRidge Networks, Inc. in 1996. Further, the company changed its name to Foundry Networks, Inc. in 1997. Foundry Networks is headquartered in San Jose, California.


Finisar Corporation engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of fiber optic subsystems and components, and network performance test and monitoring systems. These products enable high-speed data communications over local area networks (LAN), storage area networks (SAN), and metropolitan area networks (MAN). The company's fiber optic subsystems and components consist of transmitters, receivers, and transceivers, which convert electrical signals into optical signals and back into electrical signals. Optical subsystems also include multiplexers, demultiplexers, and optical add/drop modules used in MAN applications. Its line of optical subsystems supports a range of network protocols, transmission speeds, distances, physical mediums, and configurations. Finisar's testing and monitoring solutions enable engineers, service technicians, and network managers to generate and capture data; filter the data; and identify various types of intermittent errors and other network problems for SANs, LANs, wireless networks, voice-over-Internet protocol applications, and technologies. Finisar markets its products to original equipment manufacturers through direct sales force, independent manufacturers' representatives, and international resellers. The company was founded in 1987 by Frank H. Levinson and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.


Hauppauge Digital, Inc. engages in the engineering, development, manufacture, and marketing of products for the personal computer and home entertainment markets. The company offers personal video recorders for personal computers and Macintosh computers, analog TV receivers, digital TV receiver products, hybrid video recorders for personal computers, and MediaMVP digital media players for home networks. It also engages in subcontracting for manufacture and assembly of its products to independent third parties. Hauppauge Digital offers software-based application that records television shows on a personal computer for playback on playstation portable, video iPod, and other portable players. The company's analog TV receivers allow PC users to watch television on their PC screen in a resizable window. Its digital TV receivers receive digital TV transmissions, and display the digital TV show in a resizeable window on PC screen. The personal video recorder products include hardware MPEG encoders, which improve the performance of TV recording, add instant replay and program pause functions, and enable the burning of TV recordings onto DVD/CD media. The company's MediaMVP allows PC users to play digital media, such as digital music, pictures, and videos. Its hybrid video recorders products enable user to watch or record analog and digital TV on personal computer. Hauppauge offers its products through computer and electronic retailers, computer products distributors, and original equipment manufacturers. The company was co-founded by Kenneth Plotkin and Kenneth Aupperle. Hauppauge was incorporated in 1994 and is headquartered in Hauppauge, New York.


Hewlett-Packard Company provides products, technologies, solutions, and services to individual consumers, small and medium sized businesses, and large enterprises worldwide. The company provides industry standard servers and business critical servers. It also offers entry-level, mid-range, and enterprise arrays; storage area networks; network attached storage; storage management software; and virtualization technologies, as well as tape drives, tape libraries, and optical archival storage. In addition, Hewlett-Packard provides multivendor information technology (IT) services, such as technology services, consulting and integration, managed services, and other services. In addition, the company offers management software solutions that enable enterprise customers to manage their IT infrastructure, operations, applications, IT services, and business processes, as well as carrier-grade platforms for developing and deploying voice, data, and converged services to network and service providers. It offers commercial and consumer personal computers, workstations, handheld computing devices, digital entertainment systems, calculators and other related accessories, and software and services; inkjet printers, LaserJet printers, digital photography and entertainment, graphics, and imaging and printer supplies for printer hardware, printing supplies, and scanning devices; and network infrastructure products, including Ethernet switch products. Further, Hewlett-Packard provides financial life cycle management services. The company sells its products through retailers, distribution partners, independent distributors, original equipment manufacturers, systems integrators, and systems integrators. Hewlett-Packard was founded in 1939 by William R. Hewlett and David Packard. The company is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.


Hutchinson Technology Incorporated and its subsidiaries engage in the design, development, manufacture, and supply of suspension assemblies for hard disk drives. It offers etched and stamped component-level parts, such as flexures and baseplates that are used in connection with or related to suspension assemblies. The company also develops InSpectra Tissue Spectrometer, a medical device that uses an optical technology to measure local oxygen saturation of hemoglobin in tissue. Hutchinson sells its products to disk drive manufacturers and their suppliers, including recording head manufacturers worldwide. Hutchinson Technology was co-founded by Jeffrey W. Green and Jon Geiss in 1965 as Hutchinson Industrial Corporation. It changed its name to Hutchinson Technology Incorporated in 1982. The company is headquartered in Hutchinson, Minnesota.


International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) operates as an information technology (IT) company worldwide. Its Global Services segment provides consulting services for application and systems integration, client relationship management, financial management, human capital, business strategy and change, supply chain management, and transformation of business processes. The company's Systems and Technology Group segment provides system and component design services, outsourcing of clients' design teams, and technology and manufacturing consulting services. It also offers data storage products, including disk, tape, and storage area networks. In addition, this segment provides semiconductor technology and products, packaging solutions, and engineering technology services to original equipment manufacturer clients. IBM's Personal Systems Group segment offers desktop and notebook computers, production print solutions, on demand print-related solutions, enterprise workgroup print technologies, and print management software and services. Its Software segment provides middleware and operating systems software. Middleware software enables clients to integrate systems, processes, and applications across their enterprises. It also offers collaboration and messaging software to engage in asynchronous communication and knowledge management. The company's Global Financing segment provides lease and loan financing to end users and internal customers. IBM's Enterprise Investments segment develops and provides industry-specific IT solutions supporting the hardware, software, and global services segments of the company. Its product lines include product life cycle management software and document processing technologies. The company was founded in 1910. It was formerly known as the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Co. and changed its name to International Business Machines Corporation in 1924. IBM is based in Armonk, New York.


Immersion Corporation engages in the design, development, manufacture, marketing, and licensing of haptic technology that enables users to interact with digital devices using their sense of touch. The company operates through two segments, Immersion Computing, Entertainment, and Industrial segment; and Immersion Medical segment. The Immersion Computing, Entertainment, and Industrial segment offers products, such as gaming, mobility, automotive, and 3D and Mechanical CAD Design. The Immersion Medical Segment provides medical simulation products, such as CathSim AccuTouch System, which simulates intreavenous catheterization and phlebotomy; Endoscopy AccuTouch System, which simulates endoscopy procedures; Endovascular AccuTouch System, which simulates endovascular interventions, including cardiac pacing and agiography, angioplasty, and stent placement; Laparoscopy AccuTouch System, a simulation hardware that can be integrated with third-party software for laparoscopic surgical procedure simulation; and the Hysterscopy AccuTouch System, which simulates hysteroscopy. The company sells its products through direct sales force, distributors, and value added resellers. Immersion has strategic relationships with AlPS Electronics. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.


InFocus Corporation provides digital projection technology and services. It offers mobile projectors,meeting room projectors, home entertainment projectors, projection solutions, light engines for rear projection products, commercial thin display products, and consumer thin display products. The company provides digital visual and audio immersion experience solutions for its customers through its wireless and networking solutions for projectors. InFocus's products are used in business, education, government, and home theater markets for training sessions, meetings, sales presentations, technical seminars, group collaboration, entertainment, and other applications involving sharing of computer generated and/or video information with an audience. It also provides call center and Internet customer support, factory repair, authorized service center repair, accessories, service parts, remanufactured projectors, service-related training, service engineering, and technical publications. The company sells its products worldwide through multiple distribution channels, including direct resellers and indirect resellers. InFocus has operations in the United States, Singapore, China, Norway, Germany, Sweden, Switzerland, France, and The Netherlands. The company was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Wilsonville, Oregon.


Interphase Corporation engages in the design, development, and manufacturing of connectivity products in the United States, Canada, and other countries. Its products include telecom communication controllers, enterprise connectivity and storage adapters, and resource modules. The company enables platform design and integration for the voice, video, and data communications markets through custom and off-the-shelf communications equipment, embedded software development suites, and systems integration and consulting services. Its products provide communications computing, and connectivity of telecommunications and computer systems to wide area networks, local area networks, and storage area networks using asynchronous transfer mode, Ethernet, Signaling System 7, Internet protocol, fiber channel, high-level data link control, frame relay, and multiprotocol interworking technologies. The company sells its products to network-equipment original equipment manufacturers and end-users through direct sales force, manufacturer's representatives, and value-added distribution partners. Interphase was founded in 1973 and is headquartered in Plano, Texas.


Intelligent Systems Corporation (ISC), through its subsidiaries, provides information technology products and services, and industrial products. The company, through VISaer, Inc., engages in the development, sale, and support of application software for maintenance, repair, and overhaul operations in the technical, commercial, and operational aspects of aircraft maintenance and engineering industry. ISC, through QS Technologies, Inc., also provides health and human services and vital records software that captures, analyzes, and manages client information, such as immunization, maternal health, and birth and death records. Additionally, the company, through CoreCard Software, Inc., offers software for accounts receivable businesses, banks, credit unions, and retailers to manage their credit card, merchant, and loan accounts. Further, ISC, through ChemFree Corporation, engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of a range of parts washers that clean automotive and machine parts without the use of hazardous, solvent-based chemicals. It markets these parts washer products in the automotive, transportation, industrial, and military markets. The company, through its Incubator Program, also provides incubator companies with access to resources, such as office space, conference facilities, telecommunication and network infrastructure, and business advice and planning, as well as a network of professional services to other companies. ISC was founded in 1973 and is based in Norcross, Georgia.


Iomega Corporation engages in the design and marketing of products that enable customers to protect, secure, capture, and share their digital information. The company's product portfolio includes Zip drives, compact disc - rewritable drives, digital versatile disc rewritable drives, hard disk drives (HDD), portable HDD drives, external hard drives, universal serial bus flash drives, solid state memory devices, and floppy drives, as well as various software that provides automatic backup, CD/DVD writing capability, the ability to recover and use a computer system directly from certain drives in the event of a computer system failure, and the ability to launch Active Disk applications automatically. It also offers REV drives, a removable hard disk storage system; REV-based Autoloader; Network Attached Storage servers, which provide network-connected storage targeted towards small and medium-sized businesses and enterprise workgroups; and aftermarket service plans. Iomega primarily sells its products through computer product and consumer electronic distributors, retailers, catalogs, value added resellers, original equipment manufacturers, private label customers, and on its own Web site. Iomega was incorporated in 1980 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.


Juniper Networks, Inc. engages in the design and sale of products and services that provide customers with Internet Protocol network solutions primarily in the United States. Its solutions are incorporated into the worldwide Web of interconnected public and private networks across which, various media, including voice, video, and data travel to and from end-users throughout the world. The company also provides security solutions for protecting the network and data on the network. It sells its products and services through direct sales force, distributors, and resellers primarily to government organizations, and research and education institutions, as well as to wireline, wireless, and cable operators. The company operates principally in the United States and Canada, as well as in South America, Europe, the Middle East, and the Asia Pacific region. Juniper Networks was co-founded by Pradeep Sindhu in 1996 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.


Key Tronic Corporation, doing business as KeyTronicEMS Co., provides electronic manufacturing services (EMS) for original equipment manufacturers primarily in the United States, Mexico, and China. It also manufactures keyboards and other input devices for personal computers, terminals, and workstations. The company provides various EMS services, including product design, surface mount technologies for printed circuit board assembly, tool making, precision plastic molding, prototype design, full product builds, and printing screened silver flexible circuit membranes. It markets its products and services primarily through direct sales force and distributors. Key Tronic was founded in 1968 and is headquartered in Spokane Valley, Washington.


VA Software Corporation engages in the development, marketing, and support of a software application, known as SourceForge Enterprise Edition, in the United States. SourceForge is a proprietary, Web-based software application designed for corporate and public-sector information technology (IT) professionals and software engineering organizations, which combines software development and collaboration tools to track, measure, and report on software project activity. SourceForge supports software development by capturing and archiving software development code, documentation, and communication in a central location. VA Software, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Open Source Development Network, Inc. (OSDN), operates a network of media and e-commerce Internet Web sites for IT professional and software development communities to create, debate, and make IT news. OSDN also runs e-commerce sites to allow its visitors to buy various retail goods of interest for the software development. The company, formerly known as VA Linux Systems, Inc., was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.


Logitech International S.A. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of personal interface products for personal computers (PCs) and other digital platforms. The company's products include Web-cameras, mice, trackballs, and keyboards for the PC; interactive gaming controllers, multimedia speakers, headsets, and headphones for the PC and for gaming consoles; headsets for mobile phones; headsets, headphones, and speakers for mobile entertainment platforms; advanced remote controls; digital writing solutions; and 3D control devices. It sells its products to both original equipment manufacturers and to a network of retail distributors and resellers, principally in Europe, North America, and Asia Pacific. The company was co-founded by Daniel Borel in 1981 and is based in Apples, Switzerland.


Lexmark International, Inc. engages in the development, manufacture, and supply of printing and imaging solutions for offices and homes worldwide. It offers monochrome and color laser printers, inkjet and dot matrix printers, network-ready and color multifunction devices, photo printers, print servers and adapters, cartridges, inks, and other office imaging products. The company also offers software and application solutions, which include MarkVision Professional and the Lexmark Document Solutions Suite. MarkVision Professional, print management software, provides remote configuration, monitoring, and problem resolution of network print devices. The Lexmark Document Solutions Suite integrates three document solutions, which include Lexmark Document Distributor, Lexmark Document Producer, and Lexmark Document Portal. Lexmark Document Distributor, a document-routing application, captures and moves documents into a range of network systems. Lexmark Document Producer is a server-based electronic forms solution that enables creation of electronic forms. Lexmark Document Portal, print-on-demand software, enables users of a Lexmark multifunction product to find, view, and print network documents. The company also offers the Lexmark Workgroup OCR Solution, which enables users to transform paper information into electronic documents; the Lexmark Productivity Suite software, which enables users to create, manage, and edit documents; Lexmark Forms Composer a forms design tool; and Optra Forms a printer-based batch document formatting and electronic forms printing solution; and the Lexmark Windows Installer a printer management tool that assists information technology administrators with installing and updating software and drivers for Lexmark printers. In addition, Lexmark International offers a range of professional services, including maintenance, consulting, systems integration, and fleet management capabilities. Lexmark is headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky.


Mobility Electronics, Inc. (MEI) provides various products and solutions for the mobile electronics industry in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific. The company engages in the design, development, manufacture, and/or distribution of alternating current (AC), direct current (DC), and combination AC/DC power adapters; portable computer docking stations; handheld device cradles; monitor stands; and other portable computing products and solutions. It also designs, develops, and markets connectivity and remote peripheral component interconnect (PCI) bus technology, and products for the computer industry and related embedded processor applications. MEI's power adaptors are used with portable computers, mobile phones, smartphones, personal digital assistants, digital cameras, camcorders, MP3 players, and portable game consoles. Its handheld device cradles enable users to have a direct connection to a network environment, as well as connect a handheld device to various peripheral devices, such as keyboards, mice, and video displays. In addition, MEI offers mobile device accessories, such as port replicators, monitor stands, mobile phone accessories, and portable computer stands. The company sells its products to original equipment manufacturers, private-label resellers, distributors, resellers, retailers, and end-users. Mobility Electronics was founded by Charles R. Mollo in 1995. The company was formerly known as Electronics Accessory Specialists International, Inc. Mobility Electronics is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona.


Merge Technologies Incorporated, doing business as Merge Healthcare, engages in the development and delivery of medical imaging and information management software and services. It provides solutions for both original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and the end-user healthcare markets. The company offers its products in three categories, including diagnostic imaging workflow software applications, connectivity and component solutions, and professional services. It develops medical imaging software solutions that support endtoend business and clinical workflow for radiology department and specialty practices, imaging centers, and hospitals. The company provides picture archiving and communications systems, radiology information system, and clinical medical imaging software applications. It also develops engineered software applications and development tools for the medical imaging OEM and international markets. The company's software technologies span various digital imaging modalities, including computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, digital X-ray, mammography, ultrasound, echo-cardiology, angiography, nuclear medicine, positron emission tomography, and fluoroscopy. Its medical imaging offerings are used in various aspects of clinical imaging workflow, including the capture of a patient's digital image; the archiving, communication, and manipulation of digital images; clinical applications to analyze digital images; and the use of imaging in minimally-invasive surgery. The company was founded in 1987 by William C. Mortimore and is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.


Maxwell Technologies, Inc. engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of energy storage and power delivery solutions in North America, Europe, and Asia. Its products include ultracapacitors, high-voltage capacitors, and radiation-mitigated microelectronic products. The company's ultracapacitors include BOOSTCAP ultracapacitor cells and multicell modules, and POWERCACHE backup power systems that provide power solutions for applications in consumer and industrial electronics, transportation, and telecommunications industry. Maxwell's high-voltage capacitors comprise CONDIS grading and coupling capacitors that are used in electric utility infrastructure, as well as in other applications involving transport, distribution, and measurement of high-voltage electrical energy. Its radiation-mitigated microelectronic products consist of power modules, memory modules, and single-board computers for applications in the space and satellite industries. Maxwell Technologies offers electronic components and power and computing systems for various industries, including transportation, telecommunications, consumer and industrial electronics and automation, medical imaging, and aerospace. The company was founded in 1965 as Maxwell Laboratories, Inc. and its name was changed to Maxwell Technologies, Inc. in 1996. Maxwell Technologies is headquartered in San Diego, California.


National Instruments Corporation (NIC) engages in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of measurement and automation products. The company offers instrumentation software and computer plug-in cards, and accessories that users combine with computers, networks and the Internet to create measurement and automation systems. Its application software products are integrated with hardware/driver software products. The company's hardware and related driver software products include data acquisition, peripheral component interconnect extensions for instrumentation, image acquisition, motion control, distributed input / output and embedded control hardware/software, industrial communications interfaces, general purpose interface bus interfaces, and VXI controllers. Its products are used by engineers and scientists in various industries, including advanced research, automotive, commercial aerospace, computers and electronics, continuous process manufacturing, education, government/defense, medical research/pharmaceutical, power/energy, semiconductors, automated test equipment, and telecommunications. NIC distributes its products primarily through direct sales organization, distributors, original equipment manufacturers, value added resellers, system integrators, and consultants in North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific. The company was co-founded by James Truchard in 1976. National Instruments Corporation is headquartered in Austin, Texas.


NICE Systems, Ltd. engages in the development, marketing, and support of integrated multimedia digital recording platforms, software applications, and related professional services. These solutions capture and analyze unstructured data, and convert it into actionable knowledge for business and security performance management applications. The company's enterprise interaction solutions include recording, monitoring, quality management, and business performance management solutions designed to capture interactions, analyze them, and take action based on this analysis. Its public safety and security solutions comprise voice platforms and applications for entities operating in the contact center, trading floor, public safety, and air traffic control segments to capture, store, retrieve, and analyze recorded data; digital video platforms that provide video surveillance and recording for security protection purposes in correctional facilities, banks, telecommunication data-center hosting centers, retail stores, casinos, transportation companies, and city centers; and lawful interception product line, which offers law enforcement agencies, internal security services, and intelligence organizations with end-to-end solutions for the interception, delivery, monitoring, collection, and analysis of telecommunication interactions. NICE Systems sells its products worldwide directly to end users, as well as through strategic partners, distributors, and system integrators. It has strategic relationships with Avaya, Inc., IPC Information Systems, Inc., Etrali S.A., BT Syntegra, Dimension Data, IBM, Philips, Siemens, Cisco, Concerto, Ericsson, Genesys, Mitel, NEC, Nortel, and Rockwell. The company was founded in 1986. It was formerly known as NICE Neptun Intelligent Computer Engineering, Ltd. and changed its name to NICE Systems, Ltd. in 1991. NICE Systems is headquartered in Raanana, Israel.


Network Appliance, Inc. provides enterprise storage and data management software and hardware products and services. Its storage systems include fabric-attached storage enterprise systems designed for network-centric enterprise information technology infrastructures and support network-attached storage, storage area network, and Internet small computer system interface environments with unified solutions; V-Series family of network-based, storage virtualization solutions, which offer data management software for sharing, consolidating, protecting, and recovering data across various heterogeneous storage systems; NearStore Systems to enhance data backup and recovery architectures, store reference and regulated data, and archive infrequently accessed files on ATA drives; and a suite of secure content and application delivery appliances for Internet security, Web content and application acceleration, and video delivery. In addition, the company provides an integrated storage appliance that uses software for storage administration and data availability, together with hardware; and NetCache Web delivery and security appliances that support various applications, including proxy, Web caching, content filtering, virus scanning, Web application management, streaming media delivery, content distribution, and usage analysis applications. Further, Network Appliance offers support, consulting, and training services. The company markets and distributes its products worldwide through a direct sales force, value-added resellers, system integrators, original equipment manufacturers, and distributors. The company was founded in 1992 and is headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.


Network Equipment Technologies, Inc., doing business as, provides networking technology platforms that are used for mission-critical communications solutions and adaptive broadband networking. Its products include Promina, SCREAM, and SHOUT. Promina, a narrowband multiservice access platform, integrates voice, data, image, and video traffic across a single network infrastructure. It provides support for various communications applications and traffic types, including asynchronous transfer mode, frame relay, Internet protocol (IP), and integrated services digital network signaling. SCREAM, a broadband services delivery platform, delivers single-platform integration of broadband aggregation and subscriber management, IP services, asynchronous transfer mode switching, edge routing, and broadband service creation. SHOUT is an IP telephony platform that supports various voice services, such as long-distance voice over IP, hosted IP telephony, calling card services, and interactive voice response solutions, such as call centers and help desks. also offers netMS, an element management system for managing both Promina and SCREAM devices and networks in one platform. The company sells its products and services through both direct and indirect sales channels to governmental entities, telecommunications service providers, and enterprise customers in North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.


O2Micro International Limited engages in the design, development, and marketing of integrated circuits for power management and security components for mobile communication, computer, information appliance, and liquid crystal display (LCD) products. The company focuses on integrated circuits that use mixed signal designs, which combine analog and digital circuits on a single chip. Its products include battery chargers and controllers for notebook computers and other applications; intelligent inverter for the control of backlight cold cathode fluorescent lamps in LCD displays in notebook computers, LCD monitors, LCD televisions, global positioning systems, and other mobile applications; DC/DC Controllers; and CardBus products for the direct detection and reading of smart card, four standard flash memory media cards, and standard modem cards. The company offers its products through a combination of direct sales people, independent sales representatives, and distributors in Asia, Europe, and North America. O2Micro International was incorporated in 1995 and is based in George Town, Cayman Islands.


Omnicell, Inc. offers solutions for various clinical areas of the healthcare facility, including the central pharmacy, nursing units, operating room, cardiac catheterization lab, and the patient's bedside. Its solutions enable healthcare facilities to acquire, manage, dispense, and administer medications and medical-surgical supplies. The company offers medication and supply dispensing systems that facilitate the distribution of medications and medical-surgical supplies at the point of care; physician order management system, which streamlines communication between nursing and pharmacy staff; and decision support solution that allows healthcare facilities to monitor trends in drug utilization and diversion, as well as provides Web-based procurement application, which automates and integrates healthcare facilities' requisition and approval processes. In addition, Omnicell offers integration services and post-installation technical support. It sells products and related services to a range of healthcare facilities, such as hospitals, integrated delivery networks, and specialty care facilities, which include nursing homes, ambulatory surgery centers, catheterization labs, and outpatient clinics in the United States, as well as markets through distributors in Canada, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Australia. The company was founded in 1992 by Randall A. Lipps under the name Omnicell Technologies, Inc. and changed its name to Omnicell, Inc. in 2001. Omnicell is headquartered in Mountain View, California.


Overland Storage, Inc. delivers data protection solutions designed for backup and recovery to ensure business continuity. Its primary products include NEO SERIES, automated tape libraries that set the standard for automated and scalable storage; and REO SERIES, disk-based backup acceleration solutions. The company also offers desktop and internal upgrade tape drives; spares and post warranty return-to-factory and onsite service; and media, including tape cartridges for SDLT and linear tape open formats. In addition, it offers variable rate randomizer that is embedded in an applications specific integrated circuit chip. The company's products are used in various sectors, including financial services, healthcare, retail, manufacturing, telecommunications, broadcasting, research and development, and other. Its customers include small and midsize businesses, as well as divisions and operating units of multinational corporations, governmental organizations, universities, and other nonprofit institutions. Overland sells its products through original equipment manufacturers, commercial distributors, storage integrators, and value-added resellers worldwide. The company was founded in 1980 as Overland Data, Inc. and changed its name to Overland Storage, Inc. in 2002. Overland is headquartered in San Diego, California.


Universal Display Corporation (UDC) engages in the research, development, and commercialization of organic light emitting diode (OLED) technologies for use in various flat panel display and other applications. OLEDs are thin and lightweight solid-state devices, suitable for use in portable, full-color display applications. The company's proprietary technology, Phosphorescent OLEDs, utilize various materials and device structures that allow OLEDs to emit light through a process known as phosphorescence. It develops and licenses its OLED technologies to display manufacturers for use in applications, such as mobile phones, digital cameras, laptop computers, televisions, and other consumer electronic devices. In addition, UDC is developing a technology for the production of OLEDs that have transparent cathodes, technologies that involve the fabrication of small molecule OLEDs on flexible substrates, and an approach for the fabrication of OLED displays utilizing an organic vapor phase deposition process. It has strategic relationships with Tohoku Pioneer Corporation, Sony Corporation, Samsung SDI Co., Toyota Industries Corporation, DuPont Displays, Inc., AU Optronics Corporation, and Seiko Epson Corporation. The company was organized under the laws of Pennsylvania in 1985 and is headquartered in Ewing, New Jersey.


PCTEL, Inc. provides wireless connectivity products and technology to wireless carriers, aggregators of Internet connectivity, wireless Internet service providers, PC original equipment manufacturer's, and wireless equipment manufacturers worldwide. The company operates in four segments: Antenna Products Group, RF Solutions Group, Mobility Solutions Group, and Licensing. The Antenna Products Group segment offers wireless communication antennas to broadband wireless, in-building wireless, wireless Internet service, and land mobile radio applications. The RF Solutions Group segment provides software-defined radio products designed to measure and monitor cellular networks. The Mobility Solutions Group segment produces Wi-Fi and cellular mobility software products. The Licensing segment licenses both patented and proprietary access technology, principally related to analog modems, to modem solution providers. PCTEL was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. PCTEL, Inc. acquired Sigma Wireless Technologies Limited, which provides antenna equipment to wireless communications carriers and OEM's, in July 2005.


Planar Systems, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of electronic display products and systems for customers in medical, industrial, commercial, and retailing markets. It operates in three segments: Medical, Industrial, and Commercial. Medical segment provides digital imaging systems for radiology, as well as display components to medical OEM's for incorporation into diagnostic and therapeutic equipment. The company's Industrial segment offers active matrix liquid-crystal display and electroluminescent display technology and modules sold to OEMs for integration into various systems. Planar's Commercial segment offers liquid crystal display (LCD) desktop monitors and plasma and LCD televisions to business buyers in North America through third party distributors. The company sells its products through direct and reseller channels. Planar was co-founded in 1983 by Jim Hurd, Chris King, and John Laney. The company is headquartered in Beaverton, Oregon.


Pericom Semiconductor Corporation engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of digital, analog, and interface integrated circuits (ICs); and frequency control products in the United States. Its interface ICs, such as interface logic, switches, and timing management products are used for the transfer, routing, and timing of digital and analog signals within and between computer, networking, and data and telecommunications systems. The company's frequency control products are electronic components used as time and frequency clocks in electronic products ranging from computers and telecommunications switching equipment to cell phones and televisions. Pericom's interface products increase system bandwidth in applications, such as notebook computers, servers, network switches and routers, storage area networks, multimedia video networks, mobile phones, and wireless base stations. The company also offers analog video switch products that provide high resolution and are capable of multiplexing multiple video components with cross-talk and off-isolation features for multimedia video network systems. Its product line primarily includes 3.3-volt 16-bit logic circuits and 8-bit digital switches; clock generators, 3.3-volt clock synthesizers, and buffers; 32-bit logic, 16-bit digital switches; and 56K modem and laser printer clock synthesizers. Pericom offers its products and services through field sales organization, independent sales representatives, and distributors to end-users and original equipment manufacturers in the computer, peripherals, networking, and telecommunications markets. The company was founded in 1990 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.


Printronix, Inc. engages in the development, design, manufacture, and marketing of medium- and high-speed printing solutions, and related supplies and services. It provides remotely managed printers that produce labels, transaction documents, and information reports in the supply-chain for businesses. Printronix offers line matrix, thermal, and fanfold laser printers, as well as software that manages these printers. The company's products produce various types of printed computer output, including labels, bar codes, RFID smart labels, multipart forms, and reports. Printronix also offers bar code verifiers, as well as hand-held and online verifiers. In addition, it sells consumables, such as ribbons and toner, and spare parts. The company sells its products through original equipment manufacturers, system integrators, distributors, and value-added resellers. It sells its products in approximately 80 countries, principally in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia-Pacific region. Printronix was co-founded by Robert A. Kleist in 1974. The company is headquartered in Irvine, California.


QSound Labs, Inc. engages in the development, licensing, and distribution of audio enhancement algorithms and software for the personal computer, consumer electronics, and the mobile devices industries. The company operates in three segments: Audio business, E-commerce, and Internet Protocol Telephony. The Audio business segment provides audio enhancement and audio synthesis technologies, and audio engines, including software engines, 3D audio algorithms, and synthesis algorithms. The E-commerce segment offers electronic commerce enabling services, including custom design and programming, domain name registration, hosting, merchant credit card account set up, technical support, and marketing and advertising services for small businesses. The Internet Protocol (IP) Telephony segment develops and sells Internet telephony software and hardware products. The company licenses its products to original equipment manufacturers and chip manufacturers in the United States and Asia. The company was incorporated in 1968. It was formerly known as Archer Communications, Inc. and changed its name to QSound Labs, Inc. in 1993. QSound Labs is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.


Redback Networks, Inc. provides telecommunications networking equipment. Its products enable carriers and service providers to build broadband networks that can deliver high-speed access and services to consumers and businesses. The company offers subscriber management systems (SMS), and the SmartEdge router and service gateway systems. The SMS platform allows broadband service providers to connect end-users, as well as manages user accounts and service profiles. The SmartEdge platform allows the broadband service providers to simultaneously support broadband digital subscriber line and business users through traditional, ATM, and frame relay interfaces, as well as Ethernet and gigabit Ethernet interfaces. The company sells its products through direct sales force, resellers, and distribution partners. As of December 31, 2004, Redback Networks had a customer base of approximately 500 carriers and service providers, including local exchange carriers, inter-exchange carriers, post, telephone, and telegraph, and service providers. The company was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.


Rimage Corporation engages in the development, manufacture, and distribution of CD-Recordable (CD-R) and DVD-Recordable (DVD-R) publishing and duplication systems. Its products provide compelling solutions for distribution and archiving of information on CDs and DVDs for just-in-time, on-demand, and mass customization applications. The company's producer line consists of a family of products that cover various applications for the publishing and duplication of CD-R's and DVD-R's. Each producer product incorporates CD-R or DVD-R recorders, or both, with customized robotics, a thermal or retransfer thermal printer for on-disc color printing, software, and computer hardware components. Rimage's desktop line of CD-R/DVD-R products features a compact desktop' design, software, network compatibility, and plug-and-play technology for office environments. For low-volume users, it offers a two-drive recorder unit. The desktop line also includes the Rimage 2000i publishing system and Rimage 480i inkjet printer. The company was incorporated as IXI, Inc. in 1987 and is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota.


RADVISION, Ltd. engages in the design, development, and supply of products and technology that enable voice, video, and data communications over packet networks. The company offers its SCOPIA carrier infrastructure, developer toolkits, and professional services for equipment developers and service providers to develop and/or offer their customers various multimedia solutions and services, including Internet protocol (IP) telephony, point-to-point and multipoint video telephony, wireless to landline video connectivity services, group video chats and videoconferencing, video residential telephony, broadband remote surveillance/monitoring, 3G video streaming, video mail connectivity, and multimedia gaming. It operates through two segments, Networking and Technology. The Networking segment develops networking products for IP-centric voice, video, and data conferencing services. It offers gateways, gatekeepers, conferencing bridges, and data collaboration servers; iVIEW, a suite of middleware software applications; and viaIP, an infrastructure solution, with which customers can design and deploy a visual communication network. The Technology segment offers developer toolkits for the underlying IP communication protocols and testing tools needed for voice and video over IP. It provides protocol development tools and platforms, as well as testing platforms and IP phone toolkits. Its solutions include developer toolkits for session initiation protocol and media gateway control protocol, as well as a suite for debugging and simulating various testing scenarios. This segment also provides consulting, engineering, and software development services. RADVISION sells its products through direct sales channels, as well as through original equipment manufacturers, system integrators, and value added resellers in North and South America, Europe, the Middle East, and the Far East. The company was incorporated in 1992 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.


Socket Communications, Inc. (SCI) engages in the design, manufacture, and sale of data collection and connectivity products for mobile electronic devices. Its data collection products consist of bar code scanning products that plug into or connect wirelessly to handheld computers, tablet computers, notebook computers, and Smartphones and turn these devices into portable bar code scanners that can be used in retail and industrial workplaces. The company's connectivity products include devices that can be plugged into standard expansion slots in handheld computers, tablet computers, notebook computers, and Smartphones or connect to these devices over wireless and wired connections. Its products allow users to connect their devices to the Internet, private networks, or to communicate with other electronic devices. SCI also offers serial products that connect electronic devices, as well as embedded products and services that are designed to be installed inside third party mobile electronic devices. Its serial products add connection ports to a notebook, tablet, or handheld computer that allow users to connect these portable computers to standard peripherals or to other electronic devices with serial connections over cables or using the Bluetooth standard for short-range wireless connectivity. SCI's embedded products and services consist of Bluetooth modules, interface chips, and engineering design services to install these products. Its Bluetooth modules allow manufacturers of handheld computers and other devices to build wireless connection functions into their products using the Bluetooth standard for short-range wireless connectivity. Its interface chips allow manufacturers of wide area network cards and other devices to transfer information to and from handheld or notebook computers. The company offers its products and services in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia Pacific. SCI was founded in 1992 and is headquartered in Newark, California.


SCM Microsystems, Inc. engages in the design, development, and sale of hardware, software, and silicon solutions worldwide. Its products enable people to access digital content and services, including content and services that have been protected through digital encryption. The company sells products primarily in personal computer security, digital television, and flash media interface markets. SCM provides smart card reader technology, which enables secure access to personal computers, networks, and physical facilities. It also offers conditional access modules that provide secure decryption for digital pay-TV broadcasts, as well as provides digital media readers and application specific integrated circuits, which are used to transfer digital content to and from various flash media. The company sells its products, primarily through direct sales force, distributors, value-added resellers, and systems integrators to digital TV operators and broadcasters, conditional access suppliers, government contractors, and systems integrators, as well as manufacturers of computers, computer components, consumer electronics, and photographic equipment. SCM was founded by Robert Schneider in 1990 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.


Sycamore Networks, Inc. engages in developing and marketing intelligent bandwidth management solutions for fixed line and mobile network operators worldwide. It offers a series of SN 16000, SN 16000 SC, and SN 3000 optical switches to support multiservice aggregation, and diverse and resilient protection options from the metro edge to the optical core; SILVX, an optical network management system that empowers performance management, in-service scalability, and service delivery without compromising existing systems; and SILVX InSight software, which offers ring and mesh network modeling, configuration, emulation, and capacity planning. The company also provides multiservice cross-connects, multiservice access platforms, access gateways, and network management, which perform bandwidth management functions, such as grooming, access concentration, and circuit provisioning in a range of transmission network applications. In addition, it offers engineering, furnishing, installation, and testing services. Sycamore Networks serves domestic and international wireline and wireless network service providers, utility companies, multiple systems operators, and government entities. The company was founded in 1998 and is based in Chelmsford, Massachusetts.


Sigma Designs, Inc. engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of silicon-based digital moving picture experts group decoders primarily for consumer appliances and commercial systems. The company offers media processor chipsets for consumer appliances, including Internet protocol television set-top boxes, digital media receivers, high definition digital versatile disk players, high definition television, and portable media players, based on its proprietary REALmagic Video technology. It also provides hardware and software support services. The company sells its products through its direct sales force, as well as through distributors and manufacturer representatives worldwide. The company was founded in 1982 by Thinh Q. Tran. Sigma Designs is headquartered in Milpitas, California.


Standard Microsystems Corporation provides digital, mixed-signal, and analog integrated circuits for various high-speed communication and computing applications. The company supplies semiconductor devices in three product platforms: Connectivity Solutions, Networking Products, and Computing Platform Solutions. The Connectivity Solutions product line offers system level semiconductor solutions that enable interoperability and connectivity in consumer electronics, multimedia computing, and mobile storage applications. Its products include hub controllers, flash card reader products, mass storage drive controller products, and standalone USB2.0 physical layer transceiver products. The company's Networking Products line provides Ethernet and ARCNET based solutions for embedded networking applications in business, industrial, and consumer markets. This product line includes Ethernet controllers and transceivers; and Embedded communications products for wireless base stations, copiers, building automation, robotics, gaming machines, and industrial applications. The Computing Platform Solutions product line includes input/output (I/O) products for PC-related computing applications. Its products include microcontrollers, super I/O controllers, system controller I/O devices, EMC devices, and PC-based server solutions. The company sells its products principally in North America, Asia Pacific region, and Europe. The company was founded in 1971 and is headquartered in Hauppauge, New York.


SanDisk Corporation engages in the design, development, and market of flash storage card products used in various consumer electronics worldwide. Its products include flash cards, Universal Serial Bus, flash drives, and digital audio players. The company's flash storage allows data to be stored in a compact format that retains the data for an extended period of time after the power has been turned off. Its products are used in digital cameras, feature phones, and other digital consumer devices. SanDisk Corporation sells its products to original equipment manufacturers, retailers, and distributors. The company was co-founded by Eli Harari and Sanjay Mehrotra in 1988. SanDisk Corporation was headquartered in Sunnyvale, California.


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Stratasys, Inc. engages in the development, manufacture, marketing, and servicing of rapid prototyping (RP) devices, including 3D printing systems. Its products are used by the engineers and designers to create physical models, tooling, and prototypes out of plastic and other materials directly from a computer-aided design (CAD) workstation. The company's RP systems are based on its patented fused deposition modeling (FDM) technology. FDM technology allows the use of various production grade plastic modeling materials than other RP technologies. Its products include Dimension BST, Dimension SST, FDM Titan, FDM Vantage, and FDM Maxum. Dimension BST offers ABS, an engineering thermo plastic material, modeling capabilities on a desktop 3D printer platform. Dimension SST incorporates all the functionality of Dimension BST with a soluble support removal system. FDM Titan offers users the capability to model with various engineering thermoplastic materials, including polycarbonate, ABS, polyphenylsulfone, and other thermoplastic materials. FDM Vantage utilizes FDM technology to build prototypes in either polycarbonate and ABS. FDM Maxum incorporates MagnaDrive technology, which allows the extrusion head to float on a bed of air while being controlled through electromagnet devices. Stratasys also offers two software products that convert the three-dimensional CAD databases into the appropriate two-dimensional data formats for the prototyping machines. The company also leases or rents systems, and provides maintenance services and contract engineering services in connection with the development of systems and services incorporating its proprietary technology. It offers its products to various markets, including aerospace, consumer products, educational institutions, medical systems, mold making, automotive, business machines, electronics, medical analysis, and tooling. The company was incorporated in 1989 and is headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota.


SimpleTech, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of various memory and storage products. Its memory and storage products are based on dynamic random access memory, static random access memory, and Flash memory technologies. These products are used in consumer electronics, computing, defense and aerospace, networking and communications, and original equipment manufacturer applications. The company also produces a range of connectivity products that connect memory cards and hard drive upgrade kits to personal computers. SimpleTech sells its products through value added resellers, mail order, distributors, and mass market retailers. The company was founded in 1990 as Simple Technology, Inc. and changed its name to SimpleTech, Inc. in 2001. SimpleTech is headquartered in Santa Ana, California.


Sierra Wireless, Inc. provides wireless solutions worldwide. It develops and markets a range of products that include wireless modems for portable computers, embedded modules for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), rugged vehicle-mounted connectivity solutions, and mobile phones. The company's products permit users to access wireless data and voice networks using notebook computers, personal digital assistants, vehicle-based systems, and mobile phones. Sierra Wireless offers its products and solutions primarily to businesses and government organizations to enable their employees to access a range of wireless data applications, including the Internet, email, messaging, corporate Intranet access, remote database inquiry, and computer-aided dispatch. It sells its products through indirect channels, including wireless operators, resellers, and OEMs in the North American, European, and Asia-Pacific regions. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Richmond, Canada.


TransAct Technologies Incorporated engages in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of printers, related consumables, and spare parts. It offers transaction-based printers utilizing inkjet, thermal, and impact printing technology for applications requiring upto 60 character columns, primarily in the point-of-sale (POS) and banking, and gaming and lottery markets. The company's POS and banking printers include various optional configurations that can be selected to meet particular customer needs. It sells these printers to retailers in the hospitality; restaurant, including fine dining, casual dining, and fast food; and specialty retail industries; as well as to banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions. TransAct Technologies supplies lottery printers to print lottery tickets for various lottery applications, and sells various models of gaming printers used in slot machines and video lottery terminals that print tickets. The company's printer options include interface configuration, paper cutting devices, paper handling capacities, and cabinetry color. It also manufactures custom printers for original equipment manufacturers customers. In addition, the company offers inkjet cartridges, ribbons, paper, and replacement parts for its products. Further, TransAct Technologies offers maintenance services, which include the sale of extended warranties, multiyear maintenance contracts, replacement product service, and other repair services for its printer products. It sells its products directly to original equipment manufacturers, value-added resellers, selected distributors, and end-users. TransAct Technologies' distributes its products in Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, the Caribbean Islands, and the south Pacific. The company was formed in 1996 and is headquartered in Wallingford, Connecticut.


Top Image Systems, Ltd. engages in the development and marketing of information recognition systems and technologies, and automated document capture solutions for the flow of information within and between organizations. Its software minimizes the need for manual data entry by automatically capturing, reading, understanding, identifying, processing, classifying, and routing the information contained in documents. The company primarily offers eFLOW unified content platform, which is a solution for data capture originating from mobile, electronic, paper, or other sources that enter client's enterprise. Top Image Systems also provides Integra, an eFLOW plug-in for structured content that provides a solution for data capture, validation, and delivery from structured predefined forms; Freedom, an eFLOW plug-in for semistructured content, which enables customers to identify and capture critical data from semistructured documents, such as invoices, purchase orders, shipping notes, and checks; and Smart!, an eFLOW plug-in for unstructured content. Top Image Systems markets its solutions through a network of distributors, system integrators, and value-added resellers to both governmental and other enterprises in various countries, such as the United States, the United Kingdom, Latin America, South Africa, and Germany. The company has strategic partnership with RAG INFORMATIK GmbH and ASI Solutions, as well as has strategic OEM partnership with Xtramind Technologies GmbH. Top Image Systems was founded in 1991 and is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.


Wave Systems Corp., a development stage company, engages in the development, production, and marketing of products for hardware-based digital security in the United States. Its products include the EMBASSY trust suite, TCG-enabled toolkit, wave TCG-enabled Cryptographic Service Provider (CSP), EMBASSY trust server applications, digital signature and electronic document (DSED) management, and the EMBASSY trust system. The EMBASSY trust suite is a set of applications and services that are designed to bring functionality to the trusted platform module enabled products. The wave TCG-enabled toolkit is a compilation of software designed to assist application developers. The company also offers a TCG-enabled CSP, which allows software developers to utilize the security of a TCG standards-based platform. The EMBASSY trust server applications include key transfer manager enterprise server for active directory, an application for managing trusted platforms. DSED management products include SmartIdentity, an optional service to verify a signer's identity; SmartSignature, a digital signature application; SmartSAFE, a Web-based document management application; and SmartConnect. The EMBASSY trust system is a co-processor cryptographic subsystem and supporting infrastructure that is designed to provide security functions, such as hidden processing of software applications, and the storage of cryptographic keys and encrypted data. In addition, Wave Systems offers data broadband content distribution products. It distributes its products to enterprise, government, and consumer markets. The company was incorporated in 1988 as Indata Corp. and changed its name to Cryptologics International, Inc. in 1989. Further, the company changed its name to Wave Systems Corp. in 1993. Wave Systems is headquartered in Lee, Massachusetts.


Western Digital Corporation engages in the design, development, manufacture, and sale of hard disk drives worldwide. Its hard disk drive products include 3.5-inch and 2.5-inch form factor drives. The company's hard disk drives are used in desktop personal computers; notebook computers; enterprise applications, such as servers, workstations, network attached storage, and storage area networks; and consumer electronics products, such as personal/digital video recorders and satellite and cable set-top boxes. In addition, the company's hard disk drives are used in external hard disk drive products that feature high speed buses, such as 1394/ FireWire/iLinktm, universal serial bus, and Ethernet. The company sells its products to original equipment manufacturers for inclusion in computer systems or subsystems; and to distributors, resellers, and retailers. Western Digital was founded in 1970 and is headquartered in Lake Forest, California.


Wells-Gardner Electronics Corporation engages in designing, manufacturing, assembling, distributing, servicing, and marketing electronic components. Its products include video color monitors, liquid crystal displays, gaming supplies, and components. The company also customizes electrical and mechanical applications to meet specific customer requirements and optically bonds touch screen sensors to video displays. Wells-Gardner's products are used in various markets, including gaming machine manufacturers, casinos, coin-operated video game manufacturers, and other display integrators. In addition, the company sells parts and services, as well as refurbished gaming machines to the gaming markets. It sells its products worldwide. Wells-Gardner was founded in 1924 and is headquartered in McCook, Illinois.


XATA Corporation engages in the development, marketing, and servicing of onboard fleet management systems for the private fleet segment of the transportation industry in the United States and Canada. The company provides computer systems used by manufacturing, distribution, petroleum, and other operators of trucking fleets. Its products include OpCenter, a Windows-based fleet management system; and XATANET, a Web-based fleet management system. These systems integrate data generated within the truck, as well as data received through global positioning system into either a Windows or Web-based user interface, enabling fleet managers to measure fleet performance, resolve exception conditions, monitor ongoing operations, and perform detailed analysis. XATA markets its products to the Fortune 500 companies and other large organizations through direct sales force, as well as through distribution relationships with truck leasing companies. As of September 30, 2005, the company's systems were installed in approximately 45,000 trucks at approximately 1,000 distribution centers in North America. It has strategic alliance with John Deere Special Technologies Group, Inc. XATA was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Burnsville, Minnesota.


Zebra Technologies Corporation and its wholly owned subsidiaries engage in the design, manufacture, and support of a range of direct thermal and thermal transfer label and receipt printers, radio frequency identification (RFID) printer/encoders, dye sublimation card printers, and digital photo printers. Its line of computerized printers is used to produce bar code labels, RFID smart' labels, receipts and tags, plastic cards, and photographs. The company also sells related specialty labeling materials, ink ribbons, and bar code label design software. These products are used to provide bar code labeling, personal identification, and specialty printing solutions principally in the manufacturing, retail, service, and government sectors. Zebra's technology is used in various applications, which include inventory control, small package delivery, baggage handling, automated warehousing, just-in-time manufacturing, employee time and attendance records, file management systems, hospital information systems, medical specimen labeling, shop floor control, in-store product labeling, employee ID cards, driver's licenses, and access control systems. The company sells its products primarily through distributors, value-added resellers, and original equipment manufacturers primarily in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa; Latin America; Asia-Pacific; and North America. Zebra Technologies Corporation is headquartered in Vernon Hills, Illinois.