What Companies are In The Technology Field? – TechDharm

What Companies are In Technology Field

The technology industry is an ever-changing one, but it can be broken down into several sub-categories. These include software development, web services, semiconductors and semiconductor manufacturing, mobile device manufacturing and more. In this article, I will talk about what companies are in the technology field, along with how you can identify them.


What Companies are In The Technology Field?

The following is a list of companies that are involved in technology.

  • 1. Microsoft 
  • 2. Samsung 
  • 3. Dell
  • 4. Lenovo 
  • 5. Apple 
  • 6. Amazon 
  • 7. Sony
  • 8. Intel 
  • 9. Broadcom Inc.
  • 10. Panasonic 
  • 11. Asus 
  • 12. Cisco Systems 
  • 13. Capgemini
  • 14. TATA Technology 
  • 15. Uber 
  • 16. HP
  • 17. IBM
  • 18. Tesla 
  • 19. Meta 
  • 20. Facebook
  • 21. VMware 
  • 22. Adobe
  • 23. Zoom Video Communications, Inc.
  • 24. MediaTek
  • 25. Qualcomm
  • 26. Oracle Corporation 
  • 27. Google
  • 28. Nvidia 
  • 29. AMD
  • 30. Salesforce 
  • 31. PayPal
  • 32. Huawei
  • 33. Netflix 

1. Microsoft

Microsoft is a global software company headquartered in Redmond, Washington, that develops, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics and personal devices. The company has over 100 offices worldwide and over 3500 employees. Its products include the Xbox video game console; Windows operating system; word processing software such as Microsoft Office; Internet Explorer web browser (the default browser in all versions); Outlook email client; SQL Server database management system; Bing search engine; Skype communications software for voice chats or video calls over the internet.

Microsoft’s first product release was called “Basic” but it didn’t sell well because everyone knew how to use BASIC! Then they came out with “Visual Basic” which was written in BASIC but didn’t have graphics like most other languages did back then, so it wasn’t very popular either..

Then along came Bill Gates who worked at Harvard University during his college years under Professor Ed Roberts who helped him get interested in computers by teaching him about Pascal programming language which allowed you to write code on paper instead of typing each letter individually into your computer like most other languages did period!


2. Samsung

Samsung is a South Korean multinational conglomerate headquartered in Samsung Town, Seoul. It is the world’s largest technology company by revenue, according to the Forbes Global 2000, and second largest semiconductor manufacturer behind Intel.

Lee Byung-chul found Samsung in 1938 as a trading company. The company’s first major product was radios, but it soon diversified into appliances such as refrigerators and washing machines before entering electronics manufacturing during the 1970s. It now produces smartphones under its own brand name and other devices like televisions, air conditioners and LED bulbs.


3. Dell

Dell is a multinational computer technology company based in Round Rock, Texas. It offers products and services including hardware, software, networking services and support for small businesses and large corporations.

Michael Dell found the company as PC’s Limited in 1982 with its initial public offering on November 3rd of that year (a NASDAQ-listed company). In 1986 he gained Pertec Computer Systems Inc., which had been founded by Jerry McFarland and William T. Kelley; this acquisition gave him access to the new technology known as laser disk players (LDs), leading to an expansion into that market segment with the launch of Laser Disks Limited (LDL) division in 1988.


4. Lenovo

Lenovo is a Chinese multinational technology company with headquarters in Beijing, China, and Morrisville, North Carolina, United States. It was established on July 1st 1991 by Liu Chuanzhi and has since grown to become one of the largest PC makers in the world. Lenovo sells various products such as laptops, desktops and servers, but their most popular product is their smartphone line-up, which includes phones like the Vibe P1m (which was released in 2015), Z2 series and Z5 series phones.


5. Apple

Apple is a multinational corporation that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software and online services. Apple was founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne on April 1st 1976 to develop and sell personal computers.

Apple has over 100 retail stores throughout the world, including one in London’s Regent Street (itself once owned by Apple).


6. Amazon

Amazon is an American electronic commerce and cloud computing company with headquarters in Seattle, Washington. Jeff Bezos found it on July 5, 1994 as a web bookstore. 

The retail giant now sells its products through almost 1 million third-party sellers worldwide. 

Amazon also offers subscription services for its Prime members who receive free two-day shipping on every purchase over $35 (and unlimited streaming of videos/movies/music), access to Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, Prime Now delivery service and more.

Amazon operates a global e-commerce business serving consumers around the world through its website amazon.com and various mobile applications such as “Moto” app for Android devices or “Chrome” app for Chromebooks which allow users to shop directly from their phones without having to leave their browser window open at all times!


7. Sony

Sony Corporation is a multinational conglomerate corporation headquartered in Kōnan, Minato, Tokyo. It is one of the leading manufacturers of electronic products and services, such as electronics, video games, and media devices.

Masaru Ibuka and Akio Morita found Sony on June 6, 1946 as Tokyo Tsushin Kogyo (Tokyo Electric Industries). It has since expanded into many other businesses including financial services (such as credit cards), medicine (with its health care division), energy generation through its energy business unit called Sony Energy Solutions Inc., information technology (including semiconductors) with its computer & network services division called Sony Computer Entertainment Inc., etc.


8. Intel

Intel is a computer chip maker, founded by Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore in 1968. The company has since become the world’s largest manufacturer of microprocessors and semiconductors.

In 1972, Intel released the first commercial microprocessor: the 4004 chip (called “the brain”). This was followed by the 8008 in 1974, which was used for calculators before being replaced by the 8080 (1978). 

In 1980, Intel introduced its first 32-bit processor called iAPX 432 that ran at 5 cycles per second but could only process instructions up to 32 bits wide at 1 MHz clock speed; this became known as 8086 because it had an 8 bit address bus but only 1 byte data bus (32 bits). 

In 1982, Intel introduced its 64-bit protected mode architecture, which allowed programs up to 4 GB total memory size; this later evolved into IA32 but still had limited address range compared with newer architectures such as x64 or z86!


9. Broadcom Inc.

Broadcom Inc. is an American multinational semiconductor company that makes Wi-Fi, bluetooth and cellular connectivity products. Henry Nicholas and Henry Samueli, who were graduates of the University of California at Los Angeles with degrees in electrical engineering, found it in 1991 as Maxim Semiconductor Corporation.

The company’s name comes from Broadcom Corporation (founded by Henry Samueli’s father), which merged with Avance Logic Inc., a California-based semiconductor company specializing in digital signal processing chips used for high-speed data communications among phones, computers and other devices.

In April 2016, they announced Broadcom would merge with Qualcomm Inc., creating the world’s largest supplier of chipsets for mobile devices such as smartphones.


10. Panasonic

Panasonic is a Japanese multinational electronics company that is headquartered in Kadoma, Osaka, Japan. It is the world’s fourth-largest international television and video company by revenue.

Panasonic was founded in 1918 as Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd., but they have renamed it after the founder. The company manufactures various electronic devices and appliances, including televisions and cameras; medical equipment such as stethoscopes; appliances such as refrigerators; air conditioners; elevators; washing machines (soap powder); vacuum cleaners (vacuums); microwave ovens, etc.. Besides these products, they also produce home theatre systems which include speakers, amplifiers and subwoofers, etc..


11. Asus

Asus is a Taiwanese multinational computer hardware and electronics company that is headquartered in Beitou District, Taipei, Taiwan. It designs, manufactures and sells motherboard, graphics card, laptop, networking equipment, desktop and mobile phones, computer monitors and tablets.

The company was founded by T.H. Tung (who later changed his name to Dadi Ting) in 1989 as Tung-Hwa Semiconductor Co., Ltd., named after him but was renamed Into Computers in August 2002 when it became an independent public company with the ticker symbol AOBCO; it adopted its current name on January 1st 2009 when it merged with Asus Computer Inc..


12. Cisco Systems

Cisco Systems is an American multinational technology conglomerate that was founded in 1984 by Leonard Bosack and Sandy Lerner. The company designs, manufactures and sells both software and hardware to consumers and businesses worldwide.

Cisco has been the most valuable company in the world for 18 years running. It has been listed as one of Fortune magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For” three times (1995-1997), and again from 2007 to 2016.


13. Capgemini

Capgemini is a multinational IT consulting and services company, headquartered in Paris, France. Founded in 1968 by Guillaume Hannezoin and Philippe Falardeau, Capgemini today has over 50,000 employees worldwide, with a presence in over 80 countries. The company is a leader in digital transformation with over 50% of its revenue coming from digital services. The Financial Times and Great Place to Work Institute has ranked as a top employer for the last six years in Capgemini.


14. TATA Technology

Tata Technology is a subsidiary of Tata Sons, one of India’s largest conglomerates. It provides IT and business process outsourcing services across the globe. Tata Technology has over 100 delivery centers across 50 countries offering a wide range of solutions in areas such as application development, infrastructure management, project management and IT consulting. The company also operates an award-winning learning center where employees can learn new skills as well as improve their existing ones through mentoring programs or short courses on topics such as leadership or sales training.

Jamshedji Tata, who wanted to expand his family’s business empire into BPO (business process outsourcing, found the company in 1965). He established four companies: Tata Consultancy Services Limited (TCS), TCS Global Services Limited (TSGL) – now known as TCS International Limited – which provides global BPO services; Tech Mahindra Limited; Infosys Technologies Limited along with its subsidiaries Infosys Technologies Ltd/Netherlands; Cognizant Technology Solutions Corporation (CTSC); Wipro Limited.


15. Uber

Uber is a technology company that provides on-demand car services in over 600 cities worldwide. The main service of Uber is its smartphone app, which allows users to request a car and track its progress towards the user’s location.

Travis Kalanick and Garrett Camp found the company in 2009 as UberCab; it changed its name in July 2010 after deciding to focus more on transportation than just taxis. In 2013, Uber raised $1 billion from investors such as Google Ventures. Just like Airbnb and Lyft, Uber has also offered food delivery services through food delivery apps such as caviar. 


16. HP

HP is a technology company that provides products and services to individuals, small- and medium-sized businesses, and large enterprises. The company’s products are used in various industries, including healthcare, electronics, data processing; manufacturing; finance; education; consumer goods (such as printers); energy management systems & software solutions for residential/commercial buildings.


17. IBM

IBM is a global technology and consulting corporation that develops, manufactures, and sells computer hardware and software, and offers infrastructure services. It is headquartered in Armonk, New York.

Thomas J. Watson Sr., who had established a cotton gin business in the United States before becoming part owner of the New England Machine Company, found IBM in 1911. In 1924, he created the Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company (CTR) to sell punched card equipment to businesses with its own line of electric tabulators. In 1926, CTR changed its name to IBM Corporation. 

Watson later moved from Georgia to North Carolina, where he began his research into tabulators at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

He later became president emeritus after serving as chairman emeritus until his death on July 14th 1964 at age 79 years old. 

He died while still living in Greenville County, South Carolina, where he lived with wife Louise Friesen whom he married during World War II when she was just 16 years old – they had four children together, including Thomas J Jr..


18. Tesla

Tesla is an American automaker, energy storage company, and solar panel manufacturer based in Palo Alto, California. Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning, who financed the company until the Series A round of funding found tesla in 2003.

Tesla’s Model S is a luxury all-electric sedan that was first introduced to the market in 2012. The car can speed up from 0 to 60 mph (0-96 km/h) in 5 seconds with an announced range of up to 215 miles (346 km). 

Tesla Motors says that its cars are designed for “a seamless human experience” and offer “seamless connectivity”. Tesla Motors founder Elon Musk believes that electric vehicles can change the world because they will allow people to drive long distances without having to stop for fuel or pay attention while driving.


19. Meta

Meta is a company that makes augmented reality glasses. The company was founded in 2012 and its first product was the Meta 1 Developer Kit, which allows users to create their own AR apps.

Meta was gained by Meron Gribetz in 2014. The company’s products are designed to help people see and interact with the world around them. Meta’s glasses can be used for a range of applications, such as medical procedures, engineering design and architecture.


20. Facebook

Facebook is a social networking service, which allows users to connect with friends and family in an online community. The company’s mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together.

Mark Zuckerberg and Eduardo Saverin found Facebook in February 2004 as a way for college students at Harvard University to stay in touch with each other while they were away from home on break. In 2006, Facebook moved into its current headquarters building in Palo Alto, California—a space that would serve as its first physical location outside of Harvard Yard (where it began).

In 2012, Facebook gained Instagram for $1 billion USD; this purchase helped boost its user numbers by 20% over just two years later!


21. VMware

VMware is a software company that provides cloud infrastructure and management solutions. The company’s headquarters are in Palo Alto, California, with additional offices around the world. It was founded in 1998 by Diane Greene, Mendel Rosenblum, Scott Devine and Edward Wang who were former employees of Siebel Systems.

In 2002 VMware acquired LANDesk for $1 billion in stock. In 2003, VMware moved its headquarters from San Francisco to Palo Alto where it remains today.

In July 2006 VMware acquired Pivotal Software for $1 billion in cash. During this acquisition process, they also gained the VMWare Community (VMC), which has since been renamed VMWare Social. In December 2008 they gained Quest Software, which since has been renamed “VMware Quest”. On February 5th 2010 VMware announced its intention to gain privately held virtualization startup Nicira, which was completed on March 1st 2010 giving them control over both hardware & software related technologies needed for cloud computing.

In June 2013, they gained AirWatch – A mobile application management platform provider; however, this acquisition did not have any notable impact as there wasn’t any overlap between products/services offered by both companies.


22. Adobe

Adobe is the world’s leading digital media company, enabling people to elegantly express and deliver ideas, stories, and information. We help organizations of all sizes create exceptional digital experiences by delivering software solutions that integrate seamlessly with their core products.

Adobe’s diverse portfolio of products includes:

  • Creative Cloud (Digital Media Creation & Design) – A subscription service for creative professionals to leverage our digital design tools and services across desktop, mobile and cloud-based devices.

  • Adobe Capture CC (Photo Editing & Retouching) – An easy-to-use photo editor that helps you edit your images in one place.

  • Adobe Experience Manager (Enterprise Mobility Management Platform) – An integrated platform that enables IT departments to manage mobile device management (MDM), user provisioning policies across platforms including iOS/Android/Windows Phone 8+/BlackBerry 10+, as well as corporate social networking sites like Facebook or Twitter.

  • Adobe Connect (Video Conferencing Solution) – An easy-to-use video conferencing solution that enables enterprise users to make secure remote meetings using HD quality audio plus high-resolution images so they can see exactly who they’re meeting with on screen rather than relying only on voice recognition technology.


23. Zoom Video Communications, Inc.

Zoom Video Communications, Inc. is a cloud-based video conferencing company that was founded in 2011 by Eric Yuan and Eric Feng. Zoom has over 2 million users worldwide and offers both web-based and mobile applications for business meetings, sales calls and customer service interactions.


24. MediaTek

MediaTek is a Taiwan-based semiconductor company that designs and manufactures system on a chip (SoC) products for various electronic devices. It was founded in 1997, and has offices in the United States, China, Taiwan,  Philippines, Europe, Japan, Korea and India

MediaTek’s main products include mobile phone SoCs including its Helio P10 processor family (codenamed as MediaTek MT6788), which powers many mid-range smartphones like Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro or Honor View 10; MediaTek X20 LTE modem chip used in some Chinese flagship smartphones such as Huawei Mate 20 Pro; PowerVR Series 6XT GPU series designed for virtual reality applications from OEMs such as Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., LG Electronics Inc., Sony Mobile Communications Inc.


25. Qualcomm

Qualcomm is a US-based multinational semiconductor and telecommunications equipment company. Qualcomm’s headquarters are in San Diego, California, United States. Qualcomm is the world’s largest supplier of chips for cell phones, GPS satellite navigation systems and many other applications, including wireless digital cameras.

Qualcomm focuses on system design and development (chip design), wireless infrastructure (radio frequency), embedded processing systems,  connectivity solutions for mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets.

They also provide software products such as mobile operating systems, middleware technologies such as application framework for creating integrated applications within an operating system environment using Java APIs developed by Sun Microsystems Inc.

Interoperability solutions between different hardware platforms connected via WLAN networks based on 802.11 standards which include Wi-Fi Direct technology supporting peer-to-peer transmission while eliminating network latency through direct connection between devices without relying on intermediate hubs which use your own data connection instead; this allows users to send pictures over long distances instantly without lag time between sending pictures so they don’t need access point anymore if it fails before sending them to another device.


26. Oracle Corporation

Oracle Corporation is an American multinational computer technology corporation that specializes in developing and marketing computer hardware systems and enterprise software products.

The company’s latest version of the Oracle Database is Oracle Database 12c, released in September 2013.


27. Google

Google is a multinational technology company specializing in Internet-related services and products. These include online advertising technologies, search engine, cloud computing, software and hardware. Larry Page and Sergey Brin found google while they were Ph.D. students at Stanford University in 1996 as a research project; this founding was based on an idea that they had while they were working on their doctorates: an alternative to traditional search engines that used hypertext links instead of pages from databases like the World Wide Web (the “Web”). 

When Google first launched its website on September 4th, 1997, it received about one million searches per day during its first month. By July 2003 its annual revenues were $2 billion USD .The company has offices around the world including New York City/New Jersey & San Francisco Area (CA), London (UK), Tokyo (JP) & Beijing/Shanghai Area(CN).


28. Nvidia

Nvidia is a company that designs graphics processing units (GPUs) for the gaming and professional markets, as well as system on a chip units (SoCs) for the mobile computing and automotive market.

Jen-Hsun Huang, CEO of Nvidia Corporation, found it in 1993. The company has since grown to become one of the world’s largest producers of discrete GPUs for personal computers, workstations and servers.


29. AMD

AMD is an American multinational semiconductor company based in Sunnyvale, California. It was founded in 1969 and has since become one of the world’s largest microprocessor producers, with over 1 billion chips produced for customers such as Apple and Microsoft. AMD also produces graphics processing units (GPUs) for video gaming consoles like PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

AMD’s main business is the design, marketing and sale of microprocessors – the brains inside computers that process data – but it also makes other semiconductor products such as embedded processors (which are used in mobile phones), motherboard chipsets (used to connect parts inside your computer), embedded graphics processing units and general purpose GPUs. 

AMD’s main competitors are Intel and NVIDIA. Major technology companies use the company’s processors such as Apple, Microsoft and Sony. Besides making microprocessors, it also makes GPUs for video games consoles and other applications.


30. Salesforce

Salesforce is a cloud computing company. It is a software as a service (SaaS) company that provides customer relationship management (CRM), marketing automation, social media, and analytics software to large enterprises. Salesforce’s headquarters are in San Francisco, California.

Parker Harris, Dave Mollenhoff and Frank Dominguez found a salesforce in 1999 with $2 million from venture capitalists. The company went public on May 1st 2000, trading under the ticker symbol CRM at $12 per share, including cash but not shares sold for $1 each or less if all were sold within 60 days of going public.


31. PayPal

PayPal is an American company that provides payment services and digital wallet services. It was founded in 1998 as Confinity, a company that developed security software for handheld devices. The company’s headquarters are in San Jose, California and it has offices in 25 countries.

PayPal allows users to send money electronically from one person or bank account to another without having to share their financial information or risk identity theft if someone uses the same email address as you do for your bank account (the username).

If you have an e-mail address associated with PayPal but don’t want your money going towards buying things online anymore, then simply unsubscribe from any emails they send after signing up with them!


32. Huawei

Huawei is a Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment and services company. Ren Zhengfei, a former engineer in the People’s Liberation Army, found it in 1987.

The company produces telecoms infrastructure products for 3G networks, 4G mobile broadband and fixed-line voice telephony services such as voice over IP (VoIP) and Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), amongst others. Huawei also provides software for VoLTE technology on its smartphones. The company has over 200,000 employees worldwide.


33. Netflix

Netflix is an American multinational entertainment company founded by Reed Hastings and Marc Randolph on August 29, 1997, in Scotts Valley, California. It provides streaming media through membership services to a subscription-fee of US$7.99 per month or US$9.99 per month (US$8.99 for some countries outside the U.S.).


How to Identify a Tech Company?

When you’re looking at a tech company, it’s important to know what to look for. Start by checking out their website and see if they have any products or services that are like yours. If not, there may be an opportunity for collaboration with them in the future.

Look at the employees and investors of a particular company as well. Do they have experience working on similar projects? Are they people who’ve achieved success in other industries before coming over into tech?

Also look at how much publicity this organization gets on social media platforms like Facebook or Twitter—and try connecting with people who work there so that you can get firsthand information about what happens inside these companies (or even get tips on how best to do business yourself).


What is a Tech Company?

A tech company is a business that involves the design, development and manufacturing of technology. The term can also apply to the creation of software or hardware. Tech companies may be involved in developing internet technologies such as cloud computing or mobile apps.

They often refer tech companies to as “tech” firms because they often work with computer hardware and software without being concerned with their actual function (e.g., a computer company could sell personal computers while its sister firm focuses on creating more efficient servers).


Who are The Tech Companies?

Tech companies are the companies that are involved in technology. They can be classified into different categories based on their products and services, such as software and hardware.

The most common tech companies are those that deal with software and hardware: Apple (iPad), Google (Android), Microsoft Corp., Samsung Electronics Co., Facebook Inc., Amazon Web Services Inc., Oracle Corporation, etc..


Final Thought:

As you may have noticed, this article was about technology companies. If you’re looking for another type of company or field, then it’s time to turn toward the next page. But before we go on with our next subject, let’s take a moment to reflect on what we’ve learned so far:

  • A good company is one that provides value by producing useful products and services.

  • A bad company is one whose product or service destroys its customers’ lives instead of improving them—and maybe even makes things worse than they were before!

  • A great place to work at (or invest in) would be one where your ideas are appreciated, where people treat each other well, and where there is room for growth within the organization itself.

Conclusion:

The technology industry is a broad term used to describe the companies and people that develop new technologies. There are many types of companies in the technology field, including hardware manufacturers, software developers and content creators.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):


Q1. What are the top companies in the technology field?
A. 1. Apple, 2. Alphabet (Google), 3. Amazon, 4. Microsoft, 5. Facebook, 6. HP Enterprise, 7. Oracle, 8. Cisco Systems Inc., 9. IBM, 10. Salesforce.
Q2. What is a technology company?
A. A technology company is an organization that employs a group of people who develop and use new technologies to solve problems. They often specialize in developing software, hardware, or both. Technology companies are often referred to as IT companies, but they can also be called information technology (IT), engineering firms, systems firms, or even consulting firms.
Q3. What makes a technology company different from other kinds of companies?
A. Technology companies provide services and products that help people do things in their everyday lives—from managing their finances to staying informed about world events. These services are delivered via computers and other electronic devices that help people connect with each other and share ideas across large geographic areas as well as local areas within countries or regions within countries.
Q4. Are technology companies more likely than other types of businesses to go out of business?
A. No, technology companies tend not to go out of business quickly because they have long-term contracts with customers (such as mobile phone providers or airlines) and these contracts usually last for years at least. Also, many technology companies have investors who have invested money into the firm so they are committed to seeing its success through until the end.
Q5. What are some examples of technology companies?
A. Some examples of technology companies include Apple, Facebook, and Google.
Q6. Why do I care about what type of company I work for?
A. You care about your company because you want to be able to support yourself and your family by doing what you love to do—and because you want to be able to work with people who share your interests and passions.
Q7. What kind of education do I need to become a technology professional?
A. To be a successful tech professional, you need an undergraduate degree in computer science or engineering, as well as experience working in the industry through internships or volunteer positions with local businesses or non-profit organizations. You also need basic maths skills so that you can understand how data is stored on computers and networks and what kinds of algorithms are used for processing information systems (like search engines).

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