2 Top 15 Tech Companies which are highly valued


Apple:
Three apples changed the world one the Adams apple, two Newtons apple and the third one Steve Jobs Apple. It is said that the income which is being accumulated by Apple is more that the value they give out for the employees. It din't fall behind at any phase after the death of Steve Jobs but Tim cook proved to be a worthy successor. This company is expected to touch the 1 Trillion mark in near future.




Google:
Larry Page and Sergey Brin who founded this company as an attempt for their project work is now a globally recognized top technology company. It has its head office located at mountain view, and has its offices globally through out the world. Fact is that 60% of the people use Google to test whether the net connection is working properly or not.





IBM:
This company is a hundred year old and many Technology graduates hunger for a job at IBM. This company is into existence from 1911 and is still strong securing a good position at the top. This company had Microsoft as its tough competer but as time went it could take its lead but then came the battle with Google, Apple etc.




Oracle:
The enterprise software and hardware company started off selling database systems and has grown from strength to strength mainly through a string of acquisitions. The biggest of which were PeopleSoft, Sun Microsystems, BEA Systems and Agile Software. Larry Ellison, its charismatic co-founder-CEO has been at the helm throughout its history.




Samsung:
Don't know how they managed to launch smart phones without any interval between model to model and it simply stood in the competition with iPhone Apples most valued product. At times successful in its sales records at some countries beating iPhone. Being the producer of touch screen technology it could easily take its stand leaving behind some good mobile companies like Nokia and Sony Ericsson. Not only mobiles but it also manufactures many consumer electronic goods like DVD players, Television sets etc.



Microsoft:
No body who uses a computer doesn't have missed noticing Microsoft as this company is popular for its operating systems and the latest OS Windows 8 is also proving worthy and most blogged content. This company is started 1975 by Bill Gates and Paul Allen. Now to its credit it also owns a proud position with the office software and its Xbox technology. Although fighting back for its supremacy over Apple, Google and Facebook.



At & T :
The iconic phone company AT&T boasts roughly 95 million customers. That number makes this tech company the largest provider of both local and long distance telephone services in the U.S. It had a trademark value of about $30 billion as of June 2011, according to Forbes.com. The company that would become AT&T began in 1875, when two businessmen invested in the work of inventor Alexander Graham Bell.



General Electric:
 Just a year later, in 1876, Thomas Edison would establish an electronics lab that would eventually evolve into the General Electric Company, now a leader in terms of household appliances. GE also dabbles in other industries, including aerospace and healthcare. Forbes.com reported it had a trademark value of just over $30 billion in June 2011.




Vodafone:
Previously called Hutch now into the hands of new owners and Headquartered in Newbury, U.K., Vodafone is one of the largest mobile telecommunication networks on the planet, and it started big, too, when it acquired of the U.K.'s two cellular telephone network licenses in 1982. Today Vodafone boasts a whopping 370 million subscribers in more than 30 countries with networks in more than 40 more, its official website says.




Intel:
Intel was founded in 1968 in California, with an investment of $3 million. Known as the inventor of the x86 series of microprocessors, a fancy term for "the thing that makes computers work," Intel is now a multibillion-dollar corporation. According to the website IT World, the Interbrand report considers Intel one of the top 10 tech companies in the world.




Qualcomm:
The mobile phone chip giant Qualcomm has a rich history of innovation. Currently it has set its sights on entering the PC microprocessor market which is a big decision considering that its core business is that of mobile chipsets. But considering its past performance, this should be another market that it will crack.




Cisco:
Cisco is the global leader in networking and its hardware is at the heart of the internet. The company has been through its share of ups and downs and last year announced a series of layoffs. John Chambers, its CEO believes that all future growth will be dependent on international markets, especially emerging markets such as India and Brazil. Expecting significant business coming its way from Brazil.




Amazon:
The e-commerce company started by Jeff Bezos began by selling books, but now sells almost anything that can be sold online. It has also diversified, offering cloud computing based services and hardware devices like the Kindle. Amazon has been successful in all its diversifying and at the same time growing its core e-commerce business.




Hewlett Packard:
 Hewlett Packard gained brand value throughout 2011, earning it a position as one of the top 10 tech companies with the highest brand value on the Interbrand report. The company was founded in 1939 in a Palo Alto, California, garage by Stanford students Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard. Today HP is ranked No. 11 on the 2011 Fortune 500 list, according to the HP website.




EMC:
Buoyed by cloud computing and ‘big data’, EMC is currently going through a purple patch and expects a strong showing in terms of revenues. As more and businesses, big and small climb aboard the IT as a service model that has cloud computing at its core EMC stands to benefit. Initially just focused on data storage, the company offers most of the hardware and software services required for businesses to switch to the IT as a service model. However, big competitors like IBM and HP wont sit still and watch EMC eat their lunch.

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