Electronics and Semiconductor Industries
200 Dorado Place SE
Melles Griot is a global leader in the design and manufacture of products that enable the practical application of light.
Maxwell Sensors, Inc.
10020 Pioneer Blvd
Santa Fe Springs, CA
As one of the world’s leading innovators in the field of chemiluminescence, MSI has mastered low-cost miniaturization, integration and total automation for multi-step multi-analyte chemiluminescent assays.
Magma Design Automation
1650 Technology Dr.
San Jose, CA
Magma Design Automation develops software for electronic design automation (EDA), enabling integrated circuit designers to meet critical time-to-market objectives, improve chip performance and handle multimillion-gate designs.
2320 Camino Vida Roble
Luxtera developed a Silicon Photonics technology platform that enables a new breed of monolithic opto-electronic devices manufactured in a low cost CMOS process.
Lighthouse Worldwide Solutions
46501 Landing Parkway
Lighthouse Worldwide Solutions is the world’s leading supplier of real time contamination monitoring systems and airborne particle counters.
233 S. Hillview Dr.
Kovio Inc. is developing a new category of semiconductor products using printed silicon electronics and thin film technology.
JDS Uniphase Corporation
45 Griffin Road South
A leading provider of optical products and test and measurement solutions for the communications industry, the JDSU technology portfolio is a key enabler for optical solutions in industries such as broadband communications, semiconductor manufacturing, document authentication, brand protection, and biotechnology.
Intelligent Optical Systems, Inc.
2520 W. 237th Stree
IOS develops cutting edge-technologies in optical sensing and instrumentation. We take innovative technologies through the development cycle, all the way to fully-functioning independent spin-off companies that focus on physical, chemical, remote sensing, and biological sensing instrumentation in key markets.
2200 Mission College Blvd.
Santa Clara, CA
The company - which holds about 80% of the market share for microprocessors that go into desktop and notebook computers, and also into computer servers - is still #1 in semiconductors.