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ADDvantage Technologies Group, Inc. and its subsidiaries sell new and remanufactured cable television equipment for the cable television industry in the United States, Latin America, the Philippines, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, and Australia. The company's products include headend products, fiber products, and distribution products. Its headend products comprise satellite receivers, integrated receivers/decoders, demodulators, modulators, antennas and antenna mounts, amplifiers, equalizers, and processors. These products are used by a system operator for signal acquisition, processing, and manipulation for further transmission. The company's fiber products include optical transmitters, receivers, couplers, splitters, and compatible accessories. These products are used to transmit the output of cable system headend to multiple locations using fiber optic cable. Its distribution products comprise optical transmitters, optical receivers, line extenders, broadband amplifiers, directional taps, and splitters. These products are used to permit signals to travel from the headend to their destination in a home, apartment, hotel room, office or other terminal location along a distribution network of fiber optic or coaxial cable. In addition, the company offers hardware, connector, and cable products, as well as provides repair services to various cable companies. It markets and sells its products to franchise and private cable operators, system contractors, and others. ADDvantage Technologies Group was founded in 1989 and is based in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.


Avnet, Inc. distributes electronic components, enterprise network and computer products, and embedded subsystems. It also provides engineering design, materials management, and logistics services; system integration and configuration; and supply chain advisory services. The company markets and sells semiconductors and interconnect, passive, and electromechanical devices. It markets its products to communications, computer hardware and peripheral, industrial and manufacturing, medical equipment, and military and aerospace markets. It also offers mid-to high-end servers, data storage, and software and networking solutions. Avnet was incorporated in 1955 and is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona.


Anixter International, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the distribution of communications and specialty wire and cable products and fasteners, and other small parts. Its communications products include voice, data, video, and security products used to connect personal computers, peripheral equipment, mainframe equipment, security equipment, and various networks. The company also provides industrial wire and cable products, including electrical and electronic wire and cable, control and instrumentation cable, and coaxial cable that used in various maintenance, repair, and construction-related applications. It also offers electrical and electronic wire and cable products, fasteners, and other small components that are used by original equipment manufacturers in manufacturing various products. In addition, Anixter International provides inventory management services, which include procurement, just-in-time delivery, quality assurance testing, advisory engineering services, component kit production, small component assembly and e-commerce, and electronic data interchange to a broad spectrum of customers. The company distributes its products primarily to international, national, regional, and local companies that cover various industry groups, including manufacturing, telecommunications, Internet service, finance, education, healthcare, transportation, utilities, and government. It also serves contractors, installers, system integrators, value-added resellers, architects, engineers, and wholesale distributors in the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Latin America. The company was founded in 1957 and is based in Glenview, Illinois.


Insignia Systems, Inc. engages in the development and marketing of in-store advertising products, programs, and services to retailers and consumer packaged goods manufacturers primarily in the United States. It offers POPSign, an advertising program, which allows manufacturers to deliver product information to consumers at the point-of-purchase. The company also provides Stylus Software, a PC-based software application for retailers to produce signs, labels, and posters. It markets its products primarily to the food and drug manufacturers and retailers. Insignia Systems was founded in 1990 and is based in Maple Grove, Minnesota.


Arrow Electronics, Inc. distributes electronic components, computer products, and related equipment. The company offers semiconductor products and related services in the United States and internationally. Its industrial and commercial computer products and related services include servers, workstations, storage products, microcomputer boards and systems, design systems, desktop computer systems, software, monitors, printers, flat panel displays, system chassis and enclosures, controllers, and communication control equipment. The company also offers electronic components, including capacitors, resistors, potentiometers, power supplies, relays, switches, and connectors. Its services and solutions include materials planning, programming and assembly services, inventory management, a suite of online supply chain tools, and design services. The company's customers include suppliers, original equipment manufacturers, contract manufacturers, and commercial customers. Arrow Electronics was founded in 1935 and is headquartered in Melville, New York.


W.W. Grainger, Inc. supplies facilities maintenance and other related products in North America. The company operates in two segments, Branch-based Distribution and Lab Safety. The Branch-based Distribution businesses include Grainger Industrial Supply division; Grainger Export division; Grainger Global Sourcing division; Grainger S.A. de C.V. (Mexico); Acklands-Grainger, Inc. (Canada); Grainger Caribe, Inc. (Puerto Rico); and China Distribution. It distributes various supplies and equipment, such as material handling, safety and security, cleaning and maintenance, pumps and plumbing, electrical, lighting, ventilation, tools, metal working, fluid power, heating and air-conditioning repair, motors, and power transmissions. The Lab Safety segment markets safety and other industrial products to the U.S. and Canadian organizations. The company serves customers through a network of approximately 600 branches, 18 distribution centers, and several Web sites. W.W. Grainger, Inc. was incorporated in 1928 and is headquartered in Lake Forest, Illinois.


Orbit International Corp., through its subsidiaries, engages in the manufacture and sale of electronic components and subsystems for military and nonmilitary government applications in the United States. The company operates in two segments, Electronics and Power Units. The Electronics segment designs, manufactures, and sells panels, components, and subsystems for contract program requirements to prime contractors, governmental procurement agencies, and research and development laboratories. Its products include various plasma-based telephonic intercommunication panels for secure voice airborne and shipboard program requirements, full-mil keyboards, trackballs, and data entry display devices. The Power Units segment manufactures and sells power supplies, AC power sources, frequency converters, uninterruptible power supplies, associated analytical equipment, and other electronic equipment. It also designs and manufactures power conversion devices, and electronic products for measurement and display. Orbit International was incorporated in 1957 as Orbit Instrument Corp. It changed its name to Orbit International Corp. in 1991. The company is based in Hauppauge, New York.


Brightpoint, Inc. engages in the provision of logistics services to mobile operators, as well as the distribution of wireless devices and accessories worldwide. Its logistics services include warehousing, software loading, kitting and customized packaging, fulfillment, credit services and receivables management, call center and activation services, Web site hosting, and e-fulfillment services. The company handles and distributes various wireless products, including phones, personal digital assistants and handheld computing devices, integrated devices, modems, accessories, software, and wireless data solutions. Brightpoint also distributes accessories used in connection with wireless devices, such as batteries, chargers, memory cards, car-kits, cases, and hands-free products. The company provides its products and services to mobile operators, mobile virtual network operators, manufacturers, independent agents and dealers, retailers, and other distributors through operation centers and/or sales offices in various countries, such as the United States, Colombia, Finland, France, Germany, the Slovak Republic, Sweden, Australia, India, New Zealand, Norway, the Philippines, and the United Arab Emirates. Brightpoint was incorporated in 1989 under the name Wholesale Cellular USA, Inc. and changed its name to Brightpoint, Inc. in 1995. The company is headquartered in Plainfield, Indiana.


Bell Microproducts, Inc. distributes storage products and systems, as well as semiconductor, and computer products and peripherals to original equipment manufacturers, value-added resellers, and dealers in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Latin America. It offers components that include disk drives, semiconductors, flat panel displays and related products, and other storage products and custom-configured computer products. The company also offers network attached storage, storage area network and other storage systems, computer platforms, tape drives and libraries, and related software. In addition, it provides system design, integration, installation, maintenance, and other consulting services. Bell Microproducts was founded in 1987 and is headquartered in San Jose, California.


Houston Wire & Cable Company, through its subsidiaries, distributes specialty wire and cable products in the United States. Its distribution products include continuous and interlocked armor cables; control and power cables; electronic wire and cables; flexible and portable cords; instrumentation and thermocouple cables; lead and high temperature cables; medium voltage cables; and premise and category wire and cables. The company also offers private branded products, including LifeGuard low-smoke and zero-halogen cable, DataGuard engineered cables, and Houwire low-voltage cables. It serves a range of industries, including communications, energy, engineering and construction, general manufacturing, infrastructure, petrochemical, transportation, utility, and wastewater treatment. The company was founded in 1975. It was formerly known as HWC Holding Corporation and changed its name to Houston Wire & Cable Company in 2006. Houston Wire & Cable Company is headquartered in Houston, Texas.


Universal Security Instruments, Inc. engages in the design and marketing of various safety products consisting primarily of smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, and related products. It markets a line of residential smoke alarms that include battery, electrical, and electrical with battery backup alarms, as well as outdoor floodlights under the name Lite Aide', carbon monoxide alarms, door chimes, and ground fault circuit interrupters. The company sells its products to retailers, including wholesale distributors; chain, discount, and home center stores; catalog and mail order companies; and other distributors in the United States and internationally. Universal Security Instruments was founded in 1969 and is based in Owings Mills, Maryland.


Audiovox Corporation and its subsidiaries engage in the design and marketing of electronic products worldwide. It offers a range of mobile electronics products, including mobile video products, such as overhead, headrest, and portable mobile video systems; autosound products, which include radios, speakers, amplifiers, and CD changers; satellite radios, including plug and play models and direct connect models; automotive security and remote start systems; navigation systems; rear observation systems; and automotive power accessories, including cruise control systems. The company also provides consumer electronics, including LCD and flat panel televisions; portable DVD players; home and portable stereos; and GMRS radios digital multimedia products, such as personal video recorders, MP3 players, MPG4 products. It also offers various value added management services, such as product design and development, engineering and testing, technical and sales training and support, product repair services and warranty, dealer installation technical support, installation, warehousing, and custom packaging. The company serves power retailers, mass merchants, regional chain stores, specialty retailers, independent 12 volt retailers, distributors, new car dealers, vehicle equipment manufacturers, and the United States military. Audiovox Corporation was founded in 1960 and is headquartered in Hauppauge, New York.


Watsco, Inc., along with its subsidiaries, distributes air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration equipment, and related parts and supplies in the United States. It operates through two segments, HVAC distribution segment and temporary staffing and permanent placement services segment. The HVAC distribution segment distributes equipment, including residential central air conditioners; light commercial air conditioners; gas, electric, and oil furnaces; and commercial air conditioning and heating equipment and systems. This segment also distributes parts, including replacement compressors, evaporator coils, thermostats, motors, and other component parts; and supplies, including insulation material, refrigerants, ductwork, grills, registers, sheet metal, tools, copper tubing, concrete pads, tape, adhesives, and other ancillary supplies. The company sells residential central air conditioning and heating equipment to replacement and the homebuilding markets. Watsco's temporary staffing and permanent placement services segment provides temporary staffing and permanent placement services to businesses, professional and service organizations, government agencies, health care providers, and other employers. The company was founded in 1945 and is headquartered in Coconut Grove, Florida.


TESSCO Technologies Incorporated provides integrated product and supply chain solutions to the professionals that design, build, run, maintain, and use wireless mobile, fixed, and in-building systems principally in the United States. The company operates in three segments: Network Infrastructure (NI); Mobile Devices and Accessories (MDA); and Installation, Test, and Maintenance (ITM). The NI segment offers base station antennas, cable and transmission lines, fixed broadband equipment, filtering systems, small towers, lightning protection devices, connectors, and miscellaneous hardware. Its network infrastructure service offering includes connector installation, custom jumper assembly, filter product tuning, site kitting, and logistics integration. The MDA segment's products include cellular telephones, pagers, and two-way radios and related accessories. The ITM segment's products are used to install, tune, maintain, and repair wireless communications equipment. Its products include frequency-, voltage-, and power-measuring devices, as well as tools, hardware, replacement, and component parts and supplies. The company's customers include carrier and public network operators, infrastructure site owners, program managers, contractors and integrators, industrial and enterprise self-maintained users, governments, manufacturers, repair centers, retailers, dealers and value-added resellers, affinity partners, and consumers. TESSCO Technologies was founded by Robert B. Barnhill, Jr. in 1982 and is headquartered in Hunt Valley, Maryland.


Richardson Electronics, Ltd. provides engineered solutions, as well as distributes electronic products to the radio frequency (RF) and wireless communications, industrial power conversion, security, and display systems markets worldwide. Its RF and Wireless Communications Group products include RF and microwave devices, such as RF transistors, mixers, switches, amplifiers, oscillators, and RF diodes for use in infrastructure, wireless networking, and other related markets; interconnect devices used to connect various types of electronic equipment; and various components and assemblies for the digital broadcast market. The company's Industrial Power Group offers power semiconductors; silicon controlled rectifiers, heat sink assemblies, and power semiconductor modules; high voltage and power capacitors; power amplifier/oscillator tubes; microwave generators; hydrogen thyratrons and rectifiers; and ignitrons for customer in the steel, automotive, textile, plastics, semiconductor manufacturing, broadcast, and transportation industries. Richardson Electronics' Security Systems Division provides closed circuit television, as well as fire, burglary, access control, sound, and communication products and accessories for the residential, commercial, and government markets. The company's Display Systems Group provides integrated display products and systems to the public information, financial, point-of-sale, and medical imaging markets. This group provides liquid crystal display, plasma, cathode ray tube, and customized display monitors. Richardson Electronics distributes its products directly, as well as through sales representatives. The company was founded in 1947 by Arthur Richardson Sr. and is headquartered in LaFox, Illinois.


Ituran Location and Control, Ltd. provides location-based services principally consisting of stolen vehicle recovery and tracking services primarily in Israel, Brazil, Argentina, and the United States. The company locates, tracks, and recovers stolen vehicles for its subscribers using its stolen vehicle recovery system, as well as offers fleet management services that enable corporate customers to track and manage their vehicles in real time. It also provides wireless communication products for various applications in the automatic vehicle location (AVL), automatic meter reading (AMR), and radio frequency identification (RFID) markets. The company's AVL products include TULIP transmitters, MAPLE alarm systems, PAL portable transmitters, Base Site radio receivers, and Control Center software to enable the location and tracking of vehicles, as well as assets or persons. Its AMR products include TMW and UNIVERSAL transponders, MMR transceivers, and DS line of products to enable the remote reading of water meters. The company's RFID products comprise FP-100AT transponders, FP-300/FP100RA transceivers/readers, and FP-200HH hand-held transceivers to enable communication between mobile transponders and roadside readers, and are primarily used for electronic toll collection systems. Its RFID products also include Electronic Seal for Containers-FP-200SA products, which identify and report unauthorized entry to containers in transit. The company also sells its products in China and South Korea. It principally serves insurance companies and agents, car dealers and importers, co-operative sales channels, and private subscribers. Ituran was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Azour, Israel.


Universal Power Group, Inc. provides third-party logistics and supply chain management services, as well as distributes batteries, security products, and related portable power products to various industries in the United States. It offers batteries of various chemistries, battery chargers, and related accessories; portable battery-powered products, such as jump starters and 12-volt power accessories; security system components, including alarm panels, perimeter access controls, horns, sirens, speakers, transformers, and cabling and other components; and electro-magnetic devices, capacitors, relays, and passive electronic components. The company's supply chain services include procurement, warehousing, inventory management, distribution, and fulfillment, as well as value-added services, such as sourcing, custom battery pack assembly, coordination of battery recycling efforts, custom kitting, and product development. In addition, the company distributes batteries and portable power products under various manufacturers' and private labels, as well as under its own brands. Its products are used in various industries, including automotive, consumer goods, electronics and appliances, marine and medical instrumentation, computer and computer-related products, office and home office equipment, security and surveillance equipment, and telecommunications equipment and other portable communication devices. Universal Power Group distributes its products to original equipment manufacturers, distributors, and retailers. The company was founded in 1968 as Computer Components Corporation and changed its name to Universal Battery Corporation in January 2003. Subsequently, it changed its name to Universal Power Group, Inc. in May 2003. The company is headquartered in Carrollton, Texas.


Nu Horizons Electronics Corp. distributes semiconductor and passive electronic components in the United States, Europe, and Asia. Its semiconductor products include memory chips; microprocessors; digital and linear circuits; microwave, radio frequency, and fiber-optic components; and transistors and diodes. The company's passive components consist of a line of chip and leaded components, including capacitors, resistors, and related networks. Nu Horizons' products are used in the manufacture of electronic products, such as industrial instrumentation, computers and peripheral equipment, consumer electronics, telephone and telecommunications equipment, satellite communications equipment, cellular communications equipment, medical equipment, automotive electronics, and audio and video electronic equipment. The company also offers supply chain services, including design and technical assistance, inventory management, forecasting, and logistical services. Nu Horizons was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Melville, New York.


WESCO International, Inc. engages in the distribution of electrical supplies and equipment, and provision of integrated supply procurement services in the United States. Its product offerings include electrical supplies, industrial supplies, power distribution, lighting, wire and conduit, and data communications, as well as control, automation, and motors. In addition to its product sales, the company offers services and procurement solutions, including national accounts programs, integrated supply programs, and project programs. WESCO offers its products and services to industrial companies; electrical contractors for industrial, commercial, and residential projects; utility companies; and commercial, institutional, and governmental customers. As of December 31, 2004, the company operated approximately 350 branch locations and 5 distribution centers in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Guam, the United Kingdom, Nigeria, the United Arab Emirates, and Singapore. WESCO International is headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.


Bell Industries, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the provision of technology lifecycle and outsourced services, as well as in the distribution of aftermarket products for recreational vehicles, motorcycles, snowmobiles, and powerboats. The company also manufactures and sells specialty electronic components. Its information technology lifecycle services include planning, product sourcing, migration, support, and disposal services. Its support services include help desk, advance exchange replacement, repair, and reverse logistics supply chain support, as well as on-site expertise for desktop and mobile devices, business software applications, and network infrastructures. The company's disposal services include logistics support, software installation, system configuration, and disposal at the end of the technology lifecycle. The company also sells replacement parts and accessories for recreational and other leisure-time vehicles. In addition, it manufactures and distributes various magnetic components such as, inductors, coils, chokes, and transformers, which are used in electronic applications for computer, medical, and telecommunications equipment. It operates in the United States; and also distributes its electronic components through manufacturers' representatives in North America, Europe, and Asia. Bell Industries was founded in 1952 and is based in El Segundo, California.


Craftmade International, Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the design, distribution, and marketing of ceiling fans, light kits, outdoor lighting, bathstrip lighting, light bulbs, door chimes, pushbuttons, ventilation systems and other lighting accessories, and related accessories. It markets programs of fan accessories and lamp parts, including decorative pull-chains, replacement switches, blade arms, blades, and ceiling medallions to mass merchandisers. The company also markets indoor lighting, including portable table lamps, floor lamps, chandeliers, and wall sconces. Craftmade International sells its products to the remodeling, new home construction, and replacement markets through a network of lighting showrooms and electrical wholesalers. The company was founded in 1985 and is headquartered in Coppell, Texas.


Jaco Electronics, Inc. distributes active and passive electronic components used in the manufacture and assembly of electronic products primarily in the United States. It distributes semiconductors, capacitors, resistors, electromechanical devices, and power supplies. These products are used in the manufacture and assembly of telecommunications equipment, computers and office equipment, medical devices and instrumentation, industrial equipment and controls, military/aerospace systems, and automotive and consumer electronics. The company also provides flat panel display (FPD), such as panels, touch screens, and controllers; and supporting technology products and services. In addition, it offers automated inventory management services, kitting services, programming services, and FPD integration services. As of June 30, 2005, the company operated 2 distribution facilities and 16 sales offices throughout the United States; and one sales office in Bejing, China. It distributes its products to various industrial original equipment manufacturers through a direct sales force and independent sales representatives. Jaco Electronics was organized in 1961 and is based in Hauppauge, New York.


InfoSonics Corporation distributes wireless handsets and accessories in Latin America and the United States. The company's distribution and solution services include product testing, approval and certification, light assembly, warehousing, logistics services, marketing campaigns, warranty services, and end-user support services. Its customers include rural service carriers, agents, resellers, distributors, and retailers. The company was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in San Diego, California.