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Adaptive Systems
Offices: Longmont, Colorado
Adaptive Systems was incorporated in October of 1993 to develop and market a line of innovative, small, low power, modular embedded PC products. Adaptive Systems recognizes that well engineered embedded PC solutions require some amount of custom design. With their modular approach and commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) products, they keep the amount of custom design to a minimum allowing them to focus on customer specific design criteria.
Advantest Technologies
Offices: Tokyo, Japan
Advantest's measurement technology is used extensively in fields such as design, development and manufacturing of semiconductors used in these various electronic devices. Semiconductors are becoming smaller and more multifunctional. Cash cards, electronic books, televisions, etc. will be combined into one compact design in the near future. Further, ubiquitous computing has begun to be realized by utilizing IC chips for product tags. The advanced technologies of Advantest open the way to the future of semiconductors, which continues to evolve daily.
AES
Offices: Meerbusch, Germany & San Diego-Santa Clara, California
AES motomation is leading to provide its customers in all aspects the most suitable automation equipment and related Services. They work closely with their customers in order to meet today’s requirements and to understand future needs. This allows them, to establish and maintain long-term partnerships on which their customers benefits in getting the best handling and assembly solutions.
Agilent Technologies
Offices: Palo Alto, California
Agilent Technologies is the world's premier measurement company and a technology leader in communications, electronics, life sciences and chemical analysis. The company's 19,000 employees serve customers in more than 110 countries. Agilent had net revenue of $5.1 billion in fiscal 2005. They provide core electronic and bio-analytical measurement tools to advance the electronics, communications, life science research, environmental and petrochemical industries.
AG Semiconductor
Offices: Phoenix, Arizona
AG Semiconductor is the one of the largest used equipment suppliers to the global semiconductor industry. They currently have around 700 pieces (approximate new equipment value $750m) of Semiconductor front end manufacturing equipment in inventory. They are unique in that they have complete ownership of everything they sell. Ownership of the equipment they sell allows them a level of flexibility that is unparalleled in the industry.

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AmericanTech Manufacturing
Offices: San Jose, California
Holding a variety of patents, ATM is a world leader in the field of IC processing equipment, and is dedicated to engineering and manufacturing the most efficient and technically superior IC processing machinery available for both through hole and surface mount devices ranging from DIPs to SOJs to SOICs. Incorporating many design concepts that have been both patented and field proven, their product line now covers both scanning and straightening/conditioning of all major device types.
Anorad
Offices: Shirley, New York
Anorad provides high performance multi-axis positioning systems to component-level linear motor products. Their state-of-the-art positioning products include: Air Bearing Platforms, Multi-axis Precision Gantries, Linear and Rotary Positioning Stages, Linear Servo Motors, Servo Controls and Drives, Anocast Polymer Composite Bases and Engineered-to-Order Solutions.
Applied Precision
Offices: Issaquah, Washington
Applied Precision is a leading provider of imaging, measurement and analysis systems for the semiconductor industry and life science research. They currently employs approximately 180 engineers, technicians, managers and sales and marketing professionals. The company has received several awards, both for innovative new products (Semiconductor International Editors' Choice Best Product), and for financial growth.
Applied Scientific Instrumentation
Offices: Eugene, Oregon
Applied Scientific Instrumentation is a company committed to the advancement of science. Their engineers and technicians have years of experience in aiding researchers with their technical needs, and their product line of devices for microscope automation and imaging represents the best technology available. Established in 1990, their product line has evolved out of an interactive process between their engineers and dedicated researchers throughout the world.
Attocube Systems
Offices: Munich, Germany
Attocube Systems has developed solutions in microscopy and positioning to operate reliably in extreme environments with limited space. Attocube Systems offers two principal product lines. The first is ultra-compact nano-precise positioning devices that provide linear and rotational movement of samples or probes. The second is highly flexible low temperature Scanning Probe Microscopes like LT-AFM, LT-CFM or LT-SNOM.