Tokyo exchange. Sector: Technology. Industry: Electronic Components. Location Japan, Yokohama.

Tokyo Electron Device Limited [2760.TJapan

5,730USD40 (-0.70%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

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About Tokyo Electron Device Limited

Tokyo Electron Device Limited, a technology trading company, engages in the electronic components and computer networks businesses worldwide. The company designs, develops, and distributes semiconductor products, boards, software, and other electronic components. It provides microprocessors, DSPs, memory ICs, ASICs, FPGAs, PLDs, security applications, peripheral LSIs, image processors, telecom applications, wireless ICs, sensor ICs, AD/DA, s logic ICs, clock/timing ICs, analog ICs/power supply ICs, inductors/discrete devices, telecom/network applications, RF/microwave applications, optical devices, other products. The company also offers software solutions/electronic components, including operating systems, BIOSs, development tools, RTOSs, CPU and media processor boards, interface and communication boards, evaluation boards, panel PCs, LCDs/plasma panels, power supplies, connectors, IC sockets, storage devices, measuring instruments, and energy harvesting and other products. In addition, it provides network solutions, such as datacenter/campus switches, load balancers, DHCP/DNS appliances, VPN appliances, and others; and storage solutions comprising SAN fabric switches, data protection, data storage, hyper-converged infrastructure, and other products; and security solutions consisting of firewalls, DNSSEC, SSL, CASB, and other products. The company was incorporated in 1986 and is headquartered in Yokohama, Japan.


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