Loeb Electric was founded in 1912 by Oscar Avery and Arthur Loeb (grandfather to president Charles Loeb) as The Avery and Loeb Company. The Loeb Electric Company distributes specialty lighting and electrical supplies to commercial and retail customers in the US through seven branch locations in Ohio. Products include ballasts, batteries, conduits, fasteners, lighting, raceways, smoke detectors, transformers, and wire. The company carries products made by General Electric, Leviton Manufacturing, Littelfuse, and Thomas & Betts, among many other manufacturers.
Elliptic Technologies (formerly Elliptic Semiconductor) takes a direct approach to enabling secure communications links. The company creates designs for secure embedded processors and other microchips used in Ethernet, WAN, and wireless networking gear. Elliptic sells some of its security designs as modular building blocks; chip makers can choose just the design elements they need for incorporation into their own chips. Elliptic also offers related software for implementing and optimizing its designs. Customers include austriamicrosystems, Micronas, Mindspeed, Oki Electric, picoChip, PMC-Sierra, and Wavesat. Elliptic Technologies company's investors include Axis Capital and Venture Coaches.
Amphus' business is to acquire the manufacturing rights of legacy products from OPM (Original Product Manufacturers) and deliver these (pin compatible and function equivalent) products to end-customers. Amphus guarantee our parts will perform identically to the original products so customers can feel safe to continue production of their existing products. Amphus, customers who are already using these parts can prolong their product life without incurring the expenses of obsolescing or redesigning their products instantly. There is no need to re-qualify these parts since the same silicon foundries and manufacturing processes by the OPM will be continued. Furthermore, customers will continue to enjoy the same kind of quality support from us. Amphus are totally committed to work with all major semiconductor manufacturers and bring more legacy products into our product portfolio.
Phoenix Solar Initiative of the Association of Energy Consumers, a German consumer initiative to find inexpensive solar power for residential water heating. Phoenix Solar, formerly Ph?nix SonnenStrom, became as a commercial enterprise in 1999. It covers both ends of the solar energy spectrum, selling rooftop systems to consumers while the branch in Ulm designs and constructs large solar power plants. Phoenix has subsidiaries in Spain, Italy, and Singapore where it builds solar power plants, usually in a joint venture with a local partner and financing firm KG Allgemeine Leasing.
Electrocomponents company's group of RS Components subsidiaries sells some 450,000 electronic, electrical, mechanical, and health and safety components, products, and tools. Through its well-known "RS Components" and "Radiospares" catalogs and CD-ROMs, dozens of Web sites, and trade counters (which offer free technical help), Electrocomponents reaches more than 1.6 million engineers and other customers worldwide. The company also offers same-day order processing, account management, and customized delivery services.
SHINKAWA Ltd. company was founded in 1959 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. Shinkawa Ltd. engages in the research, development, design, manufacture, sale, and after-sales service of semiconductor manufacturing equipment in Japan and internationally. Its products include wire bonders, die bonders, COF bonders, bump bonders, flip chip bonders, discrete assemblers, and package sorters.
NANMAC pioneered true part temperature measurement for plastics, metal or glass; furnace temperatures to 4200 degrees F for prolonged periods, temperatures of a moving wire, fiber, or thread, plastic coating temperature on a paper cup, and surface temperatures of automobile and locomotive disk brakes--just to name a few. NANMAC's design team strikes a critical balance between art, science and engineering which leads to solutions that benefit our industrial and research clients, and the world at large. If your company employs unique processes, and requires temperature measurement on a regular basis, chances are we can be a great resource to help you do a better job with measurement accuracy, response time, and reliability, all leading to better results for you and your customers.
Qimonda AG was a Germany-based supplier of semiconductor memory products. The Company was designing semiconductor memory technologies, and developing, manufacturing and selling a variety of semiconductor memory products on a chip, component and module level. The Company offered dynamic random access memory (DRAM) products for infrastructure, graphics, mobile and consumer applications, as well as standard DRAM products for personal computers (PCs), notebooks and workstations. The majority of the Company's products were sold under its Qimonda brand. The Company also was selling DRAM products under its AENEON brand. As of April 1, 2009, the Company has been dissolved due to insolvency proceedings.
Towa Intercon Technology, Inc. company makes equipment used in the back end of semiconductor production. After front-end equipment deposits precise layers of materials onto silicon wafers and then etches circuit patterns into these layers, back-end gear gets chips ready for use by cutting apart the wafers and packaging the resulting chips into molded plastic housings. Towa Intercon makes specialized sawing systems that divide wafers into individual chips through a process called singulation. The company also markets chip package molding devices from Japan-based semiconductor equipment maker TOWA. Towa Intercon is a wholly owned subsidiary of TOWA.
Curtis Industries makes electrical and electronic components, such as terminal blocks, relay sockets, radio-frequency interference (RFI) power line filters, liquid level controls, and related accessories. The company has manufacturing facilities in Milwaukee and in Nogales, Mexico. Curtis Industries has distributors across the US, and representatives in Canada and Mexico. In early 2008 the company acquired the Preo brand of electromagnetic interference (EMI) filters from Eastek International. Curtis Industries is a division of Powers Holdings, a Milwaukee-based company.
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