Found in 1972 in Taipei, Taiwan as a linear adapter company, Phihong has now grown to a global public company with 2015 revenues expected to reach $500 million.
At the age of 13 in 1981, Parallax founder, Chip Gracey had his first major introduction to programming and electronics: the Timex Sinclair computer. Chip's influential junior high computer teacher Bob Wofford in the Winston Churchill Intermediate Sacramento, California school put Chip to work teaching the other students. It was apparent that Chip's technical skills were a passionate interest.
With its headquarters in Kyoto, Japan, Omron Corporation is a global leader in the field of automation.
Murata contributes to the advancement of society and the electronics industry by creating innovative products and solutions, in close cooperation with our customers and other stakeholders. Headquartered in Kyoto, Japan, we service our customers with a global network of manufacturing facilities and sales support.
Microsemi Corporation (MSCC) offers a comprehensive portfolio of semiconductor and system solutions for communications, defense & security, aerospace and industrial markets.
Microchip Technology Inc. is a leading provider of microcontroller and analog semiconductors, providing low-risk product development, lower total system cost and faster time to market for thousands of diverse customer applications worldwide.
Lite-On started producing LED products in 1975 and has steadily grown into one of the world's largest optoelectronic component manufacturers by providing customers with both visible and infrared product solutions.
Linx Technologies makes wireless simple by developing and manufacturing wireless products that are easy for engineers of all skill levels to use. The company's RF modules, remote controls, evaluation kits and master development systems feature straightforward hardware configuration and clear documentation.