100 biggest technology companies in the world


Wonder which are the world's 100 most powerful technology companies? Companies that are leading the gradual evolution of the Knowledge Economy to the age of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Virtual Reality. The companies that are leaders in this rapidly changing marketplace. Thomson Reuters recently released a list of 'Top 100 Global Tech Leaders'. The company analyzed 28 factors across eight performance parameters to find out who sits at the top. These parameters include financial performance; innovation; risk and resilience; reputation; environmental impact; management and investor confidence; legal compliance; and people and social responsibility. So, here's over to the world's '100 biggest technology companies': Note: These companies are listed in alphabetical order and do not represent any ranking.

1. Accenture (Ireland); Acer (Taiwan); Adobe (US); Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) (US); Advantest (Japan)

2. Akamai Technologies (US); Alphabet (US); Amazon (US); Amdocs (US); Analog Devices (US)

3. Apple (US); Applied Materials (US); ARRIS International (US); ASE Group (Taiwan); ASM Pacific Technology (Hong Kong) ASUS (Taiwan); Atos (France); Autodesk (US); CA Technologies (US); Canon (Japan)

4. ASUS (Taiwan); Atos (France); Autodesk (US); CA Technologies (US); Canon (Japan)

5. Capgemini (France); Celestica (Canada); CGI (Canada); Cisco (US); Cognizant (US)

6. CommScope (US); Computacenter (UK); Computershare (Australia); dormakaba (Switzerland); DXC Technology (US)

7. eBay Inc.(US); Ericsson (Sweden); Facebook (US); FUJIFILM (Japan);Fujikura Ltd. (Japan)

8. Fujitsu Ltd. (Japan); Gemalto (Netherlands); HCL Technologies Ltd. (India); Hewlett Packard Enterprise (US); HP (US)

9. IBM (US); Infineon Technologies (Germany); Infosys (India); Intel (US); Intuit (US)

10. Lam Research (US); Leidos (US); Lenovo (China); LG Electronics (Korea; Republic (S. Korea); LITE-ON Technology (Taiwan)

11. ManTech International Corporation (US); Mastercard (US); Micron Technology (US); Microsoft (US); Motorola Solutions (US)

12. Nanya Technology (Taiwan); National Instruments (US); NCR Corporation (US); NEC (Japan); Nokia (Finland)

13. Nvidia (US); NXP Semiconductors (Netherlands); OKI Electric Industry Co., Ltd. (Japan); ON Semiconductor (US); Oracle (US)

14. PEGATRON Corporation (Taiwan); Powertech Technology Inc. (Taiwan); Qisda Corporation (Taiwan); Qualcomm (US); Quanta Computer (Taiwan)

15. Renesas Electronics Corporation (Japan); ROHM (Japan); Salesforce (US); Samsung Electronics (Korea; Republic (S. Korea); SAP (Germany)

16. Seiko Epson Corporation (Japan); Sharp Corporation (Japan); Siliconware Precision Industries Ltd. (SPIL) (Taiwan); SK Hynix Inc (Korea; Republic (S. Korea);Sony (Japan)

17. Sopra Steria (France); STMicroelectronics (Switzerland); Symantec Corporation (US); Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (TSMC) (Taiwan); Tata Consultancy Services (India)

18. Tech Mahindra (India); Tencent (China); Teradata (US); Texas Instruments (US); Tieto (Finland)

19. Tokyo Electron (Japan); Total System Services (TSYS) (US); Unisys (US); United Microelectronics Corporation (Taiwan); VMware (US)

20. Wipro (India); Wistron Corporation (Taiwan); Workday (US); Xerox Corporation (US); ZTE Corporation (China)

 
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