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American Superconductor Corporation engages in the development, manufacture, and sale of products using two core technologies, high temperature superconductor (HTS) wires and power electronic converters for electric power application. The company also assembles superconductor wires and power electronic converters into integrated products, such as HTS ship propulsion motors and dynamic reactive compensation systems. The company operates in three segments: AMSC Wires, SuperMachines, and Power Electronic Systems. The AMSC Wires segment develops, manufactures, and sells HTS wire for power transmission cables, motors, generators, synchronous condensers, and specialty electromagnets. It sells wire to original equipment manufacturers that incorporate HTS wire into value-added products. The SuperMachines segment develops and commercializes electric motors, generators, and synchronous condensers based on HTS wire for ship propulsion and industrial uses. The Power Electronic Systems segment develops and sells power electronic converters, as well as integrated systems, used for power quality and reliability solutions and for wind farm applications. The company offers its products primarily in North America, Japan, Europe, Korea, and Singapore. American Superconductor Corporation has a strategic business alliance agreement with Siemens AG to develop 2G HTS wire for fault current limiters. The company was co-founded by Gregory J. Yurek and John Vander Sande in 1987. American Superconductor Corporation is headquartered in Westborough, Massachusetts.


Simclar, Inc. operates as a contract manufacturer of electronic and electro-mechanical products. It provides electronics manufacturing services to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in the data processing, telecommunications, instrumentation, and food preparation equipment industries. The company offers printed circuit boards (PCBs), finished products, subassemblies, molded and nonmolded cable assemblies, wire harnesses, injection molded, and electronic assembly products. Simclar provides a range of PCB products, such as pin-through-hole assemblies, low and medium volume surface mount technology assemblies, and mixed technology PCBs, which include multilayer PCBs; and cable and harness assemblies, such as multiconductor, ribbon, coaxial cable, and discrete wire harness assemblies. In addition, the company offers contract manufacturing services, and systems assembly and integration, as well as delivers manufacturing and test engineering services and materials management services. It serves various markets, including computer networking systems, computer workstations, telecommunications, mass data storage systems, instrumentation, and food preparation equipment industries. Simclar, formerly known as Techdyne, Inc., was incorporated in 1976 and changed its name to Simclar, Inc. in 2003. The company is based in Hialeah, Florida. Simclar, Inc. is a subsidiary of Simclar Group Limited.


Microvision, Inc. engages in the design and marketing of information display and image capture products. The company offers scanning systems and related technologies that enable personal and projection displays, and image capture products. It primarily offers Nomad Expert Technician System, a wireless and wearable computer with a head-worn see-through display; and prototype color scanned beam displays, including hand-held, head-worn, and projection versions, as well as provides Flic laser bar code scanner. In addition, Microvision develops prototype automotive head-up displays, electronic view finders, and image capture products. The company distributes products through its own sales force, independent manufacturers' representatives, and original equipment manufacturers in the United States; and through independent manufacturer's representatives in Europe and Asia. It serves a range of industries, including military, medical, industrial, professional, and consumer industries. The company was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Bothell, Washington.


Spectrum Control, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of control products and systems used to condition, regulate, and govern electronic performance worldwide. It operates in three segments: Signal Integrity Products (SIP), Power Integrity Products and Management Systems (PIPMS), and Frequency Control Products (FCP). The SIP segment offers low pass electromagnetic interference (EMI) filters, surface mount EMI filters, filtered arrays, filtered connectors, gaskets, specialty ceramic capacitors, and motor line feed-thru filters. The PIPMS segment provides power integrity products, including power line filters and power management systems. Its power line filters include power entry modules, multisection filters, power terminal blocks, and custom power filter assemblies. Power management systems include power distribution units, remote power management systems, fuse interface panels, breaker interface panels, and custom power distribution systems. The FCP segment offers ceramic resonators and bandpass filters, ceramic patch antennas, duplexers, lumped element filters, cavity filters, waveguides, amplifiers, frequency mixers, oscillators, synthesizers, and mutiple channel filter banks. The company offers its components and systems to various industries, including telecommunications and military/aerospace. In telecommunications, the company's products are used in wireless base stations, optical networks, broadband switching equipment, Internet servers, and global positioning systems. Military/aerospace applications for its products include missile defense systems, smart weapons and munitions, secure communications, simulation equipment, and avionic upgrades. Spectrum Control also offers its products to the medical instrumentation, industrial equipment, computer, and automotive markets. The company sells its products primarily through manufacturers representatives. Spectrum Control was founded in 1968 and is headquartered in Fairview, Pennsylvania.


Jinpan International, Ltd., through its subsidiary, Hainan Jinpan Electric Company, Ltd., engages in the design, manufacture, and sale of cast resin transformers for voltage distribution equipment in China. It manufactures three types of cast resin transformers, which are distinguished by their insulation systems. The insulation systems used include 150 degree Celsius, 155 degree Celsius, 180 degree Celsius, and 185 degree Celsius. The company also offers ZQSC10 24, a pulse rectifier transformer that aids the end users by reducing the harmonics in rectifier circuits to help protect the network; and ZIDCB9-3000, an isolation transformer utilized in 800 mega-watt power plants. Its resin transformers are used to distribute electricity from the end of electric transmission lines to points of electricity usage within various types of facilities, including residential, commercial, and industrial facilities. The company was established in 1993 and is headquartered in Haikou, China.


WMS Industries, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of gaming machines and video lottery terminals (VLTs). It offers video and mechanical reel-spinning gaming machines, and VLTs incorporating entertaining game themes and gaming features; multicoin and multiline video gaming machines; and poker. The company sells gaming machines, VLT's, conversion kits, parts, used equipment, and equipment manufactured under original equipment manufacturing agreements to casinos and other licensed gaming machine operators, as well as licenses its games to third parties for distribution and lease gaming machines and VLT's to casinos and other licensed gaming machine operators. It primarily serves customers in the United States, Canada, Russia, Europe, Latin America, and Asia. The company, formerly known as Williams Electronics, Inc., was founded in 1946 and is headquartered in Waukegan, Illinois.


LG. Philips LCD Co., Ltd. supplies thin film transistor liquid crystal display (TFT-LCD) panels to third parties. The company manufactures TFT-LCD panels in a range of sizes and specifications primarily for use in notebook computers, desktop monitors, televisions, and industrial and other applications. It also supplies high-definition television panels. LG. Philips LCD Co. also manufactures TFT-LCD panels for handheld consumer electronics products, such as mobile phones and personal digital assistants, as well as for industrial and other applications, including entertainment systems, automobile navigation systems, aircraft instrumentation, and medical diagnostic equipment. The company was incorporated in 1985 under the name LG Soft, Ltd. and changed its name to LG LCD Co., Ltd. in 1998. Further, it changed its name to LG. Philips LCD Co., Ltd. in 1999. The company is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.


Dolby Laboratories, Inc. engages in the development and delivery of products and technologies for the entertainment industry worldwide. The company operates in two segments, Products and Production Services, and Technology Licensing. The Products and Production Services segment designs, manufactures, and sells audio products for the motion picture, broadcast, music, and video game industries, as well as offers various production services that support the motion picture, broadcast, recording and video game industries. The Technology Licensing segment licenses the company's technologies to the manufacturers of DVD players, DVD recorders, audio/video receivers, television sets, set-top boxes, video game consoles, personal audio and video players, personal computers, in-car entertainment systems, and other consumer electronics products, as well as to developers of software for personal computer software DVD players. The company's technologies are used in sound recording, distribution, and playback to enable digital audio and surround sound in movie soundtracks, DVDs, television, satellite and cable broadcasts, video games, and personal computers. It delivers its products, services, and technologies to filmmakers, television producers, music producers, video game designers, movie distributors, cinema operators, DVD producers, television broadcasters, software developers, and manufacturers of consumer electronic products. Dolby Laboratories was founded in 1965 by Ray Dolby and is headquartered in San Francisco, California.


CPI International, Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides microwave and radio frequency (RF), power, and control products primarily in the United States and Europe. Its products include a range of microwave and power grid vacuum electron devices (VEDs), satellite communications amplifier subsystems, radar and electronic warfare subsystems, solid state integrated microwave assemblies, medical x-ray generators and control systems, modulators and transmitters, and various electronic power supply and control equipment and devices. These products are used to generate, amplify, and transmit high-power/high-frequency microwave and RF signals, and/or provide power and control for various applications. The company has two segments, VED and Satcom Equipment. The VED segment develops, manufactures, and distributes high power/high frequency microwave and RF signal components. Its products include linear beam, cavity, power grid, crossed field, and magnetron devices. These products are used in the communication, radar, electronic countermeasures, industrial, medical, and scientific markets. This segment distributes its products through direct sales force, independent sales representatives, and distributors. The Satcom Equipment segment manufactures and supplies high power amplifiers and networks for satellite communication uplink and industrial applications. It also provides spares, service, and other post sales support. This segment distributes its products through direct sales force and independent sales representatives. The company was founded in 1948. It was formerly known as CPI Acquisition Corp. and changed its name to CPI Holdco, Inc. in 2004. Further, the company changed its name to CPI International, Inc. in January 2006. CPI International is headquartered in Palo Alto, California.


Suntech Power Holdings Co., Ltd., through its subsidiaries, engages in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules. It also provides PV system integration services in China. The company's products are used in various residential, commercial, industrial, and public utility applications for on-grid electricity generation, as well as for off-grid use, such as stand-alone lighting for street lamps, garden lamps, telecommunications relay stations, and mobile phone networks. It sells its products to solar distributors, engineering and design firms, and other energy product distributors, as well as installers, system integrators, property developers, and value-added resellers. The company was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Wuxi, China.


SL Industries, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of power electronics, power motion, power protection, teleprotection, and communications equipment and systems primarily in the United States. It produces a range of standard and custom power supply products that convert AC or DC power to direct electrical current to be used in customers' end products. The company also designs and manufactures customized power conditioning and power distribution units, which provide voltage conversion and stabilization, system control, and power distribution for systems, such as computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging scanners, chip testers, and industrial systems. In addition, SL Industries designs and manufactures high power density precision motors; teleprotection products/systems for protection of utility transmission lines and apparatus by isolating faulty transmission lines from a transmission grid; and provides customer service and maintenance for electric utility equipment protection systems. Its products are used by original equipment manufacturers and commercial distributors, as well as by the electric power utility industry in various applications, including medical, aerospace, computer, datacom, industrial, telecom, transportation, and electric power utility equipment. The company was incorporated as G-L Electronics Company in 1956 and changed its name to G-L Industries, Inc. in 1963. Later, it changed its name to SGL Industries, Inc. in 1970 and to SL Industries, Inc. in 1984. SL Industries is based in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey.


Amphenol Corporation engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of interconnect products and systems, and cable products worldwide. It offers various interconnect products, including engineered cable assemblies, fiber-optic couplers and connectors, input/output connectors, sculptured flexible circuits, smart card acceptor devices, and radio-frequency connector products. In addition, the company provides cable products that comprise coaxial and flat-ribbon cable and related products, primarily for communications markets, including cable television. Amphenol offers its products primarily for voice, video, and data communication systems; commercial and military aerospace systems; automotive and mass transportation applications; natural resource exploration and automotive applications; and missile systems, and industrial and factory automation equipment markets. The company sells its products to original equipment manufacturers, contract manufacturers, cable system operators, and telecommunication companies through direct sales force, manufacturers' representatives, and distributors in the United States, Europe, Africa, Australia, and Asia. Amphenol was founded in 1932 and is headquartered in Wallingford, Connecticut.


Hoku Scientific, Inc., a materials science company, provides materials and components for the generation of electricity from clean energy technologies in the United States and internationally. It designs, develops, and manufactures membrane electrode assemblies (MEAs) and membranes for proton exchange membrane fuel cells, as well as develops custom monomers and polymers for MEAs. The company also develops photovoltaic (PV) modules for solar power systems; and polysilicon, a primary raw material used to manufacture PV modules. Hoku Scientific offers its products and services for the residential primary power, commercial back-up, and automotive hydrogen fuel cell markets. The company was incorporated in March 2001 under the name Pacific Energy Group, Inc. and changed its name to Hoku Scientific, Inc. in July 2001. Hoku Scientific is headquartered in Kapolei, Hawaii.


Silicon Motion Technology Corporation, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Silicon Motion, Inc., engages in the design, development, and marketing of semiconductor solutions for the multimedia consumer electronics market. Its semiconductor solutions include controllers used in mobile storage media, such as flash memory cards and USB flash drives; and multimedia systems on a chip used in digital media devices that include MP3 players, PC cameras, PC notebooks, and broadband multimedia phones. The company markets and sells its products through independent distributors and direct sales personnel to original equipment manufacturers and original design manufacturers worldwide. Silicon Motion Technology was founded in 1997 and is headquartered in Jhubei City, Taiwan.


Thomas & Betts Corporation (TBC) engages in the design and manufacture of electrical connectors and components used in industrial, commercial, communications, and utility markets worldwide. The company operates in three segments: Electrical; Steel Structures; and Heating, Ventilation, and Air-Conditioning (HVAC). The Electrical segment offers connectors, components, and other products for electrical, utility, and communications applications. Its products include fittings and accessories for electrical raceways; fastening products, such as plastic and metallic ties for bundling wire, and flexible tubing; connectors, such as compression and mechanical connectors for high-current power and grounding applications; indoor and outdoor switch and outlet boxes, covers, and accessories; and floor boxes. This segment also offers metal framing used as structural support for conduits, cable tray, and electrical enclosures; emergency and hazardous lighting; safety switches; underground connectors and switchgear; CATV drop hardware; radio frequency connectors; aerial, pole, pedestal, and buried splice enclosures; encapsulation and sheath repair systems; and other products, including insulation products, wire markers, and application tooling products. The Steel Structures segment provides engineered tubular steel transmission and distribution poles, and lattice steel transmission towers for North American power and telecommunications companies. The HVAC segment offers heating and ventilation products for commercial and industrial buildings. Its products include gas, oil, and electric unit heaters; gas-fired duct furnaces; indirect and direct gas-fired make-up air heaters; infrared heaters; and evaporative cooling and heat recovery products. The company sells its products directly, as well as through distributors, mass merchandisers, catalog merchandisers, and home improvement centers. TBC was established in 1898 and is headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee.


Electro Scientific Industries, Inc. (ESI), and its subsidiaries, provide manufacturing systems to the electronics market worldwide. The company supplies laser microengineering systems that enable electronics manufacturers to physically alter select device features during high-volume production of semiconductor devices, passive electronic components and circuitry, flex circuits, high-density interconnect circuit boards, and advanced semiconductor packaging. Additionally, it produces test and termination equipment used in the production of multilayer ceramic capacitors and other passive components, as well as passive component inspection systems, which include multilayer ceramic test systems, termination systems, visual inspection systems, circuit fine-tuning systems, and consumable products, such as carrier plates and termination belts. ESI sells its products through direct sales and service offices, a franchised distributor, value added resellers, and independent representatives to the manufacturers of semiconductors, passive components, and electronic interconnect devices worldwide. The company was founded in 1944 and is headquartered in Portland, Oregon.


EXFO Electro Optical Engineering, Inc. engages in the design and manufacture of test and measurement solutions for the telecommunications industry worldwide. It operates in two divisions, Telecom, and Life Sciences and Industrial. Telecom division offers integrated test solutions to network service providers, cable operators, system vendors, and optical component manufacturers. Life Sciences and Industrial division offers precision assembly processes for microelectronics, optoelectronics, and medical devices. The company's field-portable testing products are used for the installation, maintenance, monitoring, and troubleshooting of optical networks. EXFO was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Vanier, Canada.


Qualstar Corporation engages in the design, development, manufacture, and sale of automated magnetic tape libraries used to store, retrieve, and manage electronic data primarily in network computing environments. Tape libraries consist of cartridge tape drives, tape cartridges, and robotics to move the tape cartridges from their storage locations to the tape drives under software control. Its tape libraries provide storage solutions for organizations requiring backup, recovery, and archival storage of critical electronic information. Qualstar sells its products primarily through various market channels, including original equipment manufacturers, system integrators, and value added resellers located worldwide. In addition, it offers ultra small high-efficiency open-frame switching power supplies for original equipment manufacturers of telecommunications equipment, servers, routers, switches, RAIDs, and other processor based equipment. These power supplies are sold under the N2Power brand name through independent sales representatives and distributors. Qualstar has operations in North America, Europe, and Asia. The company was founded in 1984 by William Gervais and Richard Nelson and is headquartered in Simi Valley, California.


Vicor Corporation engages in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of modular power converters and power systems using a patented power conversion technology called as zero current and zero voltage switching'. The company offers high density direct current (DC)-DC converters in various combinations of input voltage, output voltage, and power levels, as well as accessory components that integrate other power system functions. It sells its products to original equipment manufacturers and other volume users in the telecommunications, data processing, industrial controls, test equipment, medical, military/defense, electronics, and information technology markets worldwide through direct sales personnel, independent sales representatives, and independent distributors. The company was founded by Patrizio Vinciarelli in 1981. Vicor Corporation is headquartered in Andover, Massachusetts.


Evergreen Solar, Inc. engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of solar power products in the United States and internationally. It manufactures its products through its proprietary String Ribbon' technology. The company's products primarily include solar cells, panels, and systems. Its solar modules are used for residential, commercial, and industrial applications. Evergreen Solar products are used in on-grid and off-grid applications. It sells its products through distributors, system integrators, and other value-added resellers. The company has strategic partnership with Q-Cells AG to manufacture, market, and sell solar products based on its proprietary String Ribbon' technology. Evergreen Solar was formed in 1994 and is headquartered in Marlboro, Massachusetts.


Micronetics, Inc. engages in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of wireless components and test equipment used in cellular, microwave, satellite, radar, and communication systems worldwide. The company's products are categorized into four groups: Receiver Components, Noise Products, Test Solutions, and VCO Products. Micronetics' Receiver Components group designs and manufactures control components, switches, attenuators, phase shifters, detectors, and multifunction modules. The company's Noise Products group designs and manufactures products, which include embedded noise modules used to monitor receiver performance, calibrated noise sources, and subassemblies used to measure noise figure in both benchtop and automated equipment applications. Its Test Solutions group manufactures precision noise generators to simulate real-world signal distortions. Micronetics' VCO Products group manufactures voltage controlled oscillators that generate sinusoidal signals in specified frequency bands. Micronetics' products are used in various commercial wireless, defense, and aerospace products, including satellite communications, electronic warfare, and electronic counter- measures. The company sells its products primarily through direct sales personnel and independent sales representatives to original equipment manufacturers of communications equipment in the commercial and defense electronic industries. It sells its products principally in the United States and Canada, Europe, and Asia. Micronetics was incorporated in 1975 and is headquartered in Hudson, New Hampshire.


RF Industries, Ltd. provides interconnect products and systems for radio frequency (RF) communications products and wireless digital transmission systems. The company operates in four divisions, RF Connector and Cable Assembly; Bioconnect; Aviel Electronics; and Neulink. The Connector and Cable Assembly division engages in the design, manufacture, and distribution of coaxial connector solutions for commercial, industrial, automotive, scientific and military markets, as well as involves in the manufacture and distribution of RF cable assemblies. Its product applications include digital applications, cellular and PCS telephones, Wi-Fi and broadband wireless applications, cellular and PCS infrastructure, global positioning systems, mobile radio products, aircraft, video surveillance systems, cable assemblies, and test equipment. The Bioconnect division offers cables and interconnects, such as disposable ECG cables, infant apnea monitors in hospitals, patient leads, snap leads, and connecting wires for medical monitoring applications. The Aviel Electronics division designs, manufactures, and distributes RF connectors primarily for aerospace and military customers. The Neulink division designs and manufactures, through outside contractors, wireless data products commonly known as RF data links and wireless modems, as well as distributes antennas, transceivers, and related products of other manufacturers. RF Industries offers products directly to its customers, or through warehousing distributors, original equipment manufacturers, customers, manufacturers, representatives, and system integrators. It has customers in South America, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Australia, the Middle East, and Asia. The company, formerly known as Celltronics, Inc., was founded by Howard F. Hill in 1979 and changed its name to RF Industries, Ltd. in 1990. RF Industries is headquartered in San Diego, California.


Kopin Corporation engages in the design, development, and manufacture of semiconductor wafers, light emitting diodes, and electronic digital imaging devices for the consumer electronics, industrial, and military markets. It primarily offers CyberDisplay family of imaging devices for consumer and defense systems, including camcorders, digital cameras, personal video eyewear, and thermal weapon sights; and heterojunction bipolar transistors (HBT) to telecommunication providers for use in cellular phones, wireless fidelity, voice over Internet protocol, and high-speed Internet data transmission systems. The company was founded by John C.C. Fan in 1984 and is headquartered in Taunton, Massachusetts.


TDK Corporation manufactures recording media, ferrite products, recording device products, inductors, ceramic capacitors, magnet, and other components. The company operates in two segments, Electronic Materials and Components, and Recording Media and Systems. The Electronic Materials and Components segment offers electronic materials, such as capacitors, and ferrite cores and magnets; electronic devices, including inductive devices, high-frequency components, and other products; recording devices, such as heads for hard disk drives and other types of heads; and semiconductors and others other products. The Recording Media and Systems segment offers audiotapes, videotapes, optical media, and tape-based data storage media for computers. TDK markets its products through sales representatives and subsidiary companies in Japan and in various countries in North America, Europe, and Asia. The company was established in 1935 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.


The Lamson & Sessions Co. engages in the manufacture and distribution of thermoplastic electrical, consumer, telecommunications, and engineered sewer products in the United States and Canada. It operates in three segments: Carlon, Lamson Home, and PVC Pipe. Carlon segment sells various products, including electrical and telecommunications raceway systems, as well as nonmetallic enclosures, electrical outlet boxes, and fittings to electrical contractors and distributors, original equipment manufacturers, electric power utilities, cable television, and telephone and telecommunications companies. Lamson Home Products segment provides electrical outlet boxes, liquidtight conduit, electrical fittings, door chimes, and lighting controls to home centers and mass merchandisers for the do-it-yourself' home improvement market. PVC Pipe segment supplies electrical, power, and communications conduit to the electrical distribution, telecommunications, consumer, power utility, and sewer markets. In addition, the company distributes various consumer electrical wiring devices, home security devices, wireless electrical, and other wireless products. The Lamson & Sessions Co. was founded in 1865 and is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio.


AVX Corporation engages in the manufacture and supply of passive electronic components and related products to store, filter, and regulate electric energy. The company operates in three segments: Passive Components, KED Resale, and Connectors. The Passive Components segment consists primarily of surface mount and leaded ceramic and tantalum capacitors, film and power capacitors, and varistors. The KED Resale segment consists primarily of ceramic capacitors, crystal oscillators, SAW devices, resistive products, RF modules, actuators, acoustic devices, and connectors. The Connectors segment consists primarily of Elco automotive, telecom, and memory connectors. The company markets its products through its own direct sales force and independent manufacturers' representatives to customers in various industries, such as telecommunications, information technology hardware, automotive electronics, medical devices and instrumentation, industrial instrumentation, defense and aerospace electronic systems, and consumer electronics. Its customers include original equipment manufacturers, independent electronic component distributors, and contract equipment manufacturers. AVX sells its products in Americas, Europe, and Asia. The company was founded in 1972 and is headquartered in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. AVX Corporation is a subsidiary of Kyocera Corporation.


Tyco International, Ltd., through its subsidiaries, operates as a diversified manufacturing and service company. It has four segments: Fire and Security, Electronics, Healthcare, and Engineered Products and Services. The Fire and Security segment designs, manufactures, installs, monitors, and services electronic security systems, fire detection systems and suppression systems, and fire extinguishers and related products, as well as integrated systems for surveillance and control of public transportation systems, bridges, tunnels, and other public works. The Electronics segment manufactures electrical and electronic connector systems, fiber optic components, and wireless devices, including private radio systems and radar sensors. It also provides heat shrink products, circuit protection devices, magnetic devices, wire and cables, relays, sensors, touch screens, identification and labeling products, power systems and components, printed circuit boards and assemblies, electronic modules, application tooling, switches, and battery assemblies. The Healthcare segment provides medical devices and supplies, imaging agents, pharmaceuticals, and adult incontinence and infant care products to hospitals, surgical centers, alternate care facilities, and homes. The Engineered Products and Services segment offers industrial valves and controls, as well as steel tubular goods. It also provides environmental and other industrial consulting services. The company serves financial institutions; industrial and commercial businesses; federal, state, and local governments; defense installations; and health care and educational facilities, as well as original equipment manufacturers and subcontractors, utilities, value-added resellers, and others through direct sales and distributors worldwide. Tyco International was founded in 1960 and is based in Pembroke, Bermuda.


Digital Power Corporation and its subsidiary engage in the design, development, manufacture, marketing, and sale of power supplies and power systems to industrial, telecommunication, data communication, medical, and military industries. It offers switching power supplies, individual AC/DC power supplies, uninterruptible power supplies, DC/DC converters, and frequency inverters. In addition, the company designs and manufactures static frequency converters, DC systems, transformer rectifiers, inverters, and circuit breaker monitoring and controls for the naval applications. It also provides integration and installation services to the original equipment manufacturers. The company offers its products through a network of independent manufacturer's representatives to original equipment manufacturers and distributors in North America, the United Kingdom, and Europe. It has a strategic collaboration with Telkoor Telecom, Ltd. The company was formed in 1969 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.


Bel Fuse, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of products used in networking, telecommunications, high speed data transmission, automotive, and consumer electronics. Its products include a range of magnetics, such as discrete components, power transformers, and MagJacks; modules that include DC/DC converters, integrated analog front end modules, and custom designs; and circuit protection products, including miniature, micro, and surface mount fuses. The company also provides interconnect devices, which include passive jacks, plugs, and cable assemblies. Bel Fuse sells its products through independent sales representative organizations or authorized distributors to customers in North America, Western Europe, and the Far East. The company was founded in 1949 and is headquartered in Jersey City, New Jersey. Bel Fuse, Inc. acquired Galaxy Power, Inc. in March 2005.


Vishay Intertechnology, Inc. engages in the manufacture and marketing of passive and active electronic components. It operates through two segments, Passive components and Active components. Passive components segment offers resistors, capacitors, inductors, strain gages, load cells, force measurement sensors, displacement sensors, and photoelastic sensors. The Active components segment provides diodes, transistors, rectifiers, power integrated circuits, infrared (IR) transceivers, IR sensors, and optocouplers. The company offers its products to computer, telecommunications, military/aerospace, instrument, automotive, medical, and consumer electronics industries. Vishay Intertechnology was founded by Felix Zandman in 1962 and is headquartered in Malvern, Pennsylvania.


Kyocera Corporation engages in the development, production, and distribution of telecommunications equipment, electronic components, solar energy systems, and industrial ceramics worldwide. The company's Fine Ceramic Parts segment offers information and telecommunication components, sapphire substrates, semiconductor process equipment components, automotive and ITS related components, and general industrial ceramic components. Its Semiconductor Parts segment provides ceramic packages for surface mount devices, ceramic multilayer packages, metallized products, optical communication ceramic packages, and organic multilayer packages. Kyocera's Applied Ceramic Products segment provides photovoltaic generating systems, solar cells/modules, cutting tools, micro drills, dental and orthopedic implants, and jewelry. The company's Electronic Device segment offers ceramic chip and tantalum capacitors, timing devices, voltage controlled oscillators, RF modules, ceramic resonators/filters, thermal and LED printheads, amorphous silicon drums, liquid crystal displays, and connectors. Its Telecommunications Equipment segment offers CDMA mobile phone handsets and base stations, PDC mobile phone handsets, and PHS-related products. Kyocera's Information Equipment segment provides ECOSYS noncartridge printers and copiers, and digital network multifunction products. The company's Optical Equipment segment provides optical modules, digital still cameras, single-lens reflex cameras, compact cameras, camera lenses, and optical modules. Its Other segment includes chemical materials for electronic components; insulators; resin products; telecommunications and computer network systems; IT solutions, consulting, and leasing services; and hotel, real estate, and insurance and travel agent businesses. Kyocera was founded in 1959 by Kazuo Inamori. It was formerly known as Kyoto Ceramic Kabushiki Kaisha and changed its name to Kyocera Corporation in 1982. Kyocera is headquartered in Kyoto, Japan.


Nortech Systems Incorporated manufactures wire harnesses, cables, electronic sub-assemblies and components, and printed circuit board assemblies. It designs and builds wire harnesses, copper-based, electro-mechanical, discrete wire and flat ribbon cable, custom-jacketed molded cable, custom D subminiature cable assemblies with mechanical and overmolded backshells, coaxial cable, and fiber optic cable assemblies, as well as power cables, signal cables, point-to-point continuous run wire harnesses. In addition, it designs and delivers SMT and PTH Mixed Technology Assembly, ball grid array, flex circuit assembly, ultra sonic welding, electromechanical panel assembly, system integration, In Circuit Test, conformal coating & potting, programming, environmental stress screening, diagnostic repair, remanufacturing, software upgrade services, hardware upgrade services, warranty management, advanced exchange services, reclamation and material disposition, field replacement stocking, critical repair component stocking, full test on repaired units, and repair documentation development. The company serves medical, automotive, defense, computer, peripheral, commercial, telecom, government, and consumer markets. It also offers integration services. Nortech was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Wayzata, Minnesota.


Nam Tai Electronics, Inc. provides electronics manufacturing and design services to original equipment manufacturers of telecommunication and consumer electronic products. It manufactures electronic components and subassemblies, including liquid crystal display (LCD) panels, LCD modules, radio frequency modules, flexible printed circuit subassemblies, and image sensors modules. These components are used in various electronic products, such as cellular phones, laptop computers, digital cameras, copiers, fax machines, electronic toys, handheld video game devices, and microwave ovens. The company also manufactures finished products, including cellular phones, palm-sized personal computers, personal digital assistants, electronic dictionaries, calculators, digital camera accessories, and Bluetooth wireless headset accessory for use with cellular phones. Nam Tai's services include hardware and software design, component purchasing, assembly into finished products or electronic sub-assemblies, and post-assembly testing. The company sells its products to customers in Hong Kong, North America, Europe, Japan, China and southeast Asia. Nam Tai was founded in 1975 by M. K. Koo and is headquartered in Road Town, British Virgin Islands.


C&D Technologies, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the production and marketing of electrical power storage and conversion products used in telecommunications and industrial applications. It operates in three divisions: Standby Power, Power Electronics, and Motive Power. The Standby Power division offers integrated reserve power systems and components for the standby power market, which includes telecommunications, uninterruptible power supplies, cable, and utilities. It also produces individual components of these systems, including reserve batteries, power rectifiers, system monitors, power boards, and chargers. The Standby Power division's products are used in various applications, such as wireless and wireline telephone infrastructure, cable television (CATV) signal powering, corporate data center powering, and computer network backup for use during power outages. The Power Electronics division provides custom, standard, and modified-standard electronic power supply systems, including direct current to direct current converters, for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of telecommunications and networking equipment, as well as office and industrial equipment. It also manufactures power conversion products sold into military and CATV applications, as well as digital panel meters and data acquisition components. The Motive Power division manufactures systems and components, including power electronics and batteries to power, monitor, charge, and test the batteries used in electric industrial vehicles. The company sells its products primarily to OEMs of electronic products, broadband and telecommunications providers, and utilities. It markets its products through independent manufacturer's representatives, distributors, specialty resellers, and own sales personnel primarily in Europe, North America, Asia, and the Far East. C&D Technologies was organized in 1985 and is headquartered in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania.


KEMET Corporation manufactures tantalum, multilayer ceramic, and solid aluminum capacitors. Capacitors are electronic components that store, filter, and regulate electrical energy and current flow. KEMET produces surface-mount capacitors, which are attached directly to the circuit board without lead wires, and leaded capacitors, which are attached to the circuit board using lead wires. The company's products are used in various electronic applications and products, including communication systems, data processing equipment, personal computers, cellular phones, automotive electronic systems, military and aerospace systems, and consumer electronics. KEMET sells its products to electronics original equipment manufacturers, electronics manufacturing services providers, and electronics distributors. The company markets its products through its direct sales force and manufacturing representatives in Asia, Europe, and North America. KEMET was founded in 1919 and is headquartered in Greenville, South Carolina.


Technitrol, Inc. produces passive magnetics-based electronic components, and electrical contact products and materials principally in the United States. It operates in two segments, the Electronic Components, which operates under the name Pulse; and the Electrical Contact Products, which operates under the name AMI Doduco. Pulse designs and manufactures various passive magnetics-based components, including transformers, filters, chokes, inductors, delay lines, and component modules. These components manage and regulate electronic signals and power for use in various devices by filtering out radio frequency interference, and adjusting and ensuring proper current and voltage. Pulse's customers include manufacturers of electronic equipment for local area network, consumer electronics, telecommunications, broadband/Internet access, power conversion, automotive, and military/aerospace applications. AMI Doduco produces electrical contacts, contact materials, and contact assemblies. These contact products complete or interrupt electrical circuits in electrical devices. AMI Doduco sells its products to multinational original equipment manufacturers and are used in various industries, including appliances, automotive, commercial and industrial machinery, construction, electric power distribution, and telephone equipment. Technitrol was founded in 1947 and is headquartered in Trevose, Pennsylvania.


American Technology Corporation engages in the design, development, and commercialization of sound, acoustic, and other technologies worldwide. Its HyperSonic sound technology is a parametric speaker technology that creates sound in the air; Long Range Acoustic Device technology produces variable intensity acoustical sound for use in long-range delivery of directional sound information; NeoPlanar technology is a thin film magnetic speaker that produces sound of low distortion and high volume; and SoundCluster technology is a multielement speaker cluster that offers an improved level of intelligibility and clarity in high ambient noise environments. The company sells its products to the companies that employ audio in consumer, commercial, and professional applications; to government and military customers; and to force protection and commercial security markets. American Technology was founded in 1980 and is based San Diego, California.


Advanced Energy Industries, Inc., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the design, manufacture, and support of power conversion and control systems, and gas flow control devices used in plasma-based thin-film processing equipment. The company provides power conversion systems, including direct current, high power, low and mid frequency, and radio frequency (RF) power supplies; matching networks; and RF instrumentation. Its power conversion systems are used by semiconductor and similar thin-film manufacturers, including flat panel display, data storage, and architectural glass manufacturers in physical vapor deposition; chemical vapor deposition; reactive sputtering; electroplating; plasma vacuum processes; oxide, poly, and conductor etch; and carbon dioxide laser excitation. The company also offers flow control technology products comprising thermal mass flow controllers (MFCs), pressure-based MFCs, liquid MFCs, liquid vapor delivery systems, pressure control systems, and ultrasonic control systems. Its flow control technology products are primarily used in semiconductor, flat panel display manufacturing, and similar thin-film applications; fiber optics; safe delivery systems; and silica industries. In addition, Advanced Energy Industries provides thermal instrumentation products, which consist of thermal management and control solutions that are used in physical vapor deposition, chemical vapor deposition, rapid thermal processing, and other semiconductor applications requiring non-contact temperature measurement. Further, it offers source technology products, including plasma and ion beam sources, which are used in the direct deposition of thin films of diamond-like carbon, ion-assisted deposition, ion beam etching, optical coating, industrial coating, pre-cleaning, and chamber cleaning. Advanced Energy Industries sells its products in the United States, Europe, and Asia. The company was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Fort Collins, Colorado.


CTS Corporation engages in the design, manufacture, assembly, and sale of components and sensors, as well as provision of electronics manufacturing services. The company primarily operates through two segments: Components and Sensors, and Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS). The Components and Sensors segment offers quartz crystals and oscillators used in public infrastructure and networking for the communications and computer markets; automotive sensors and actuators used in the automotive market; terminators, including ClearONE terminators used in computer and other high speed applications; potentiometers, resistor networks, and switches used to serve various markets; and ceramic filters and duplexers used in communications and computer markets. It also offers pointing sticks/cursor controls for computers and games; piezoceramics substrates and assemblies used in medical, industrial, and other applications; and low temperature cofired ceramics for applications, such as global positioning system devices and electronic substrates used in various automotive and communications applications. Its products are primarily sold to automotive, communications, and computer original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). The Electronics Manufacturing Services segment provides assembly of electronic and mechanical components into a finished subassembly, including printed circuit assembly, or the final assembly of a product. It also includes the design of interconnect systems and backplanes. EMS primarily offers its services to the computer and communications OEM markets, networking, medical diagnostic and imaging, industrial, and automotive industries, as well as to consumer electronics, instruments and controls, and defense/aerospace markets. It sells its products through independent manufacturers' representatives and distributors. The company was established in 1896 and is based in Elkhart, Indiana.


BOS Better On-Line Solutions, Ltd. develops connectivity solutions that provide PC emulation products for the IBM iSeries (AS/400) and cross-platform printing solutions for central printing and output management solutions in organizations. Its main product line comprises primarily TCP/IP to Twinax controllers that allows Legacy Twinax equipment to work locally or remotely via TCP/IP line to the Series server. The company offers communication solutions, including multipath, intelligent routing VoIP gateways, GSM gateways, and other cellular gateways, which enable reduction of inter-office, long-distance, and cellular-to-line communication costs using VPN, cellular-to-cellular networks, or the public Internet to carry telephone calls. It also provides solutions in semiconductors, electronic components, charge-coupled-device, imaging, networking, telecom, and automation. The company markets its products to medium and large information technology organizations, through a combination of direct sales, indirect distribution, and original equipment manufacturers, with a primary focus on resellers and distributors. It primarily operates in the United States, Europe, and Israel. BOS Better On-Line Solutions was incorporated in 1990 and is headquartered in Misgav, Israel.


Suntron Corporation provides contract electronics manufacturing services and solutions for various complex products in the semiconductor capital equipment, aerospace and defense, medical, and industrial markets in the United States. The company's services offerings include design services, including product development, design, and test engineering services; prototype manufacturing services; materials and supply chain management services; manufacturing and assembly services, including printed circuit card assembly, and cable and harness production; testing services, including in-circuit functional testing and environmental stress testing; quality control; and after-market repair services. Suntron was founded in 1981 and is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona.


Power-One, Inc. engages in the design, development, and manufacture of power conversion products primarily for the communications infrastructure market. The company's products include alternate current /direct current (DC) power supplies that power communications and networking equipment, as well as industrial, automatic/semiconductor test, transportation, medical, and other electronic equipment; DC/DC converters, which are used to control power on communications printed circuit boards; DC power systems that are used by communications and Internet service providers; DC/DC point-of-load (POL) converters, which utilize a semiconductor package for powering Intermediate Bus Architecture POL applications; and digital power management architecture and related digital products that integrate conversion, communications, and control for a digital board-level solution. These products are used to convert, regulate, purify, store, or distribute electrical power for electronic equipments. The company sells its products to equipment manufacturers, including contract manufacturers. It markets its products through manufacturers' representatives and distributors, primarily in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Power-One was incorporated in 1973 and is headquartered in Camarillo, 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.


Molex Incorporated engages in the design, manufacture, and sale of electromechanical components. The company provides micro-miniature connectors, SIM card sockets, keypads, electromechanical subassemblies, and internal antennas and subsystems for telecommunications market; manufactures power, optical, and signal connectors and cables for end-to-end data transfer, linking disk drives, controllers, servers, switches, and storage enclosures for data products market. It also manufactures products for air bags and seatbelts, tire pressure monitoring systems and powertrain controls, windows, and temperature controls. In addition, Molex designs and manufactures connectors for home and portable audio, digital still and video cameras, DVD players, and recorders, as well as devices that combine multiple functions. The company also manufactures cables, backplanes, power connectors, and integrated products that are found in products ranging from electronic weighing stations to industrial microscopes and vision systems. Molex provides both connectors and custom integrated systems for diagnostic and therapeutic equipment used in hospitals, including x-ray, magnetic resonance imaging, and dialysis machines. The company sells its products to original equipment manufacturers, contract manufacturers, and distributors. It operates in the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, and Europe. Molex was established in 1938 and is based in Lisle, Illinois.


Intevac, Inc. engages in the provision of thin-film disk sputtering equipment, as well as the development of technology for low-light imaging sensors, cameras, and systems. It operates in two segments, Equipment and Imaging. The Equipment segment designs, manufactures, markets, and services capital equipment used in sputtering or deposition of engineered thin-films of material onto thin-film disks, which are used in hard disk drives. The Imaging segment develops and manufactures electro-optical sensors, cameras, and systems that permit detection of photons in the visible and near infrared portions of the spectrum, enabling imaging in low light situations. The company also provides process and applications support, customer training, installation, start-up assistance, and emergency service support to its customers. Intevac sells its products worldwide. The company was co-founded by Norman H. Pond in 1990. Intevac is based in Santa Clara, California.


Sparton Corporation provides design and electronic manufacturing services in the United States. Its products and services include box build products for original equipment manufacturers, microprocessor-based systems, transducers, printed circuit boards and assemblies, sensors, and electromechanical devices. The company offers a range of engineering, premanufacturing, and post-manufacturing services. Its premanufacturing services include product development, concurrent engineering, design for test, design for manufacturing, printed circuit board design, and quick-turn prototyping. The company's post-manufacturing services comprise repair depot, direct ship, distribution management, and field support. Sparton also develops and manufactures sonobuoys and anti-submarine warfare devices used by U. S. Navy and other free-world military organizations. The company primarily serves medical/scientific instrumentation, aerospace, and other industries. Sparton was founded by Philip H. and Winthrop Withington in 1900 and is headquartered in Jackson, Michigan.


Lumera Corporation engages in the development, manufacture, and marketing of polymer materials and products. It designs proprietary molecular structures and polymer compounds for a range of electro-optic, bioscience, and wireless antennas and systems. The company's customers include original equipment manufacturers of mobile computing and communications equipment, and suppliers of, municipal communication systems, and defense battlefield networks. Lumera Corporation was established in 2000 and is headquartered in Bothell, Washington.


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.


Enova Systems, Inc. engages in the development and production of digital power management systems for transportation vehicles and stationary power generation systems. The company develops and produces software, firmware, and hardware for applications in vehicle power generation and stationary power generation markets. It offers digital power conversion, power management, and system integration products. Enova Systems offers drive systems and related components for electric, hybrid-electric, fuel cell, and microturbine-powered vehicles; and power management and power conversion components for stationary distributed power generation systems. In addition, the company engages in research and development to augment and support others and its own related product development efforts. Its products are used in light, medium, and heavy duty trucks; train locomotives; transit buses; and industrial vehicles. The company has strategic relationship with Ford Motor Company to develop and manufacture high power and voltage conversion module for Ford's fuel cell vehicle; and International Truck and Engine Corp. Enova Systems was founded in 1976. It was formerly known as U.S. Electricar, Inc. and changed its name to Enova Systems, Inc. in 2000. The company is headquartered in Torrance, California.


Saifun Semiconductors, Ltd., together with its subsidiaries, engages in the development and licensing of nitride-read-only memory (NROM) technology semiconductor companies. The NROM technology is applied in the design and manufacturing of products in the nonvolatile semiconductor memory (NVM) market. It addresses three primary segments of the NVM market, such as code flash, which is used to store basic operating instructions; data flash that is used to store digital content, such as multimedia files and memory cards for digital cameras; and embedded flash for use in applications, such as consumer electronics, automotive applications, and smart cards. It serves portable markets, such as mobile phones, still and video digital cameras, digital music players, set top boxes, USB flash drives, communication applications, and other electronic applications. The company also provides design and product development services. It licenses its NROM technology to semiconductor manufacturers primarily in Taiwan, Israel, the United States, Germany, Japan, and China. Saifun was founded in 1996 and is based in Netanya, Israel.


Conolog Corporation engages in the design, manufacture, and distribution of electronic and electromagnetic components and subassemblies for use in telephone, radio, and microwave transmissions and reception, and other communication areas. Its product portfolio comprises transducers, which are electro-magnetic devices that convert electrical energy into mechanical and other forms of physical energy, or conversely convert mechanical and other forms of physical energy into electrical energy; digital signal processing systems and electromagnetic wave filters for differentiation among discreet audio and radio frequencies; and audio transmitters and modulators, for the transmission of electrical signals. The company also offers audio receivers and demodulators, which receive and decode the signals from the audio transmitters and convert them into digital codes, or into mechanical or other form of energy; magnetic networks, which are devices that permit the matching or coupling of different types of communication equipment together; analog transmitters and receivers, which permit the coding/transmission and receiving/decoding of a constantly variable data by actually displaying the exact information at the receiving end in digital form; and multiplexer supervisory controls, which enable callers with high volumes of supervisory data to transmit on fewer phone lines. Conolog Corporation's products are used for transceiving various quantities, data, and protective relaying functions in industrial, utility, and other markets. The company's customers primarily include power companies and various branches of the military in the United States. Conolog Corporation was founded in 1968 and is based in Somerville, New Jersey.


Aviza Technology, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, sale, and support of semiconductor capital equipment and process technologies for the semiconductor industry and related markets in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific. The company offers both front-end-of-line and back-end-of-line systems and process technologies addressing critical thin film formation technologies, including atomic layer deposition (ALD), physical vapor deposition (PVD), chemical vapor deposition (CVD), plasma etch (Etch), and thermal processing systems. Its ALD systems include Celsior, a single-wafer, multi-chamber cluster solution configurable to both 200 millimeter (mm) and 300 mm wafer sizes; and Verano, a batch wafer processing solution for 300 mm wafers. The company offers Sigma fxP system for PVD, a process used to apply conducting, liner, and barrier metal layers on an integrated circuit; Planar 300 bridge cluster system for applications in shallow trench isolation, pre-metal dielectric, and inter-metal dielectric; Delta i2L cluster system for processing wafers up to 200 mm in size; 1500 atmospheric pressure CVD (APCVD) systems for processing 200mm wafers addressing design-rule fabrication capability of 0.15 micron; 1000 APCVD system offering either hybrid or TEOS-reactant processes; and 999R APCVD and TEOS999 APCVD systems for production lines employing between 100mm and 150mm wafers. Its Etch systems include Omega fxP that offers up to six process modules plus in-line stations to enable the alignment and the cooling down of the wafer; and Omega i2L that features plasma source technologies in a single-chamber format. The company's thermal processing systems include RVP-300plus for processing 300mm wafers; RVP-550, a flexible batch heating system to process loads up to 100 wafers; RVP-200 for processing both 8-inch and 6-inch wafers; AVP-200; and VTR systems for processing wafers from 100mm to 200mm. Aviza was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Scotts Valley, California.