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Manufacturers Directory

Our Directory of Electronic Components Manufacturers includes company profiles, a brief history of each company including merger & acquisition activity, an overview of products offered and links to the corporate websites for over 2000 electronic component companies and electronic parts manufacturers from around the world.

You can navigate the directory using the alphanumeric index or page navigation tools shown at the top of each page, or you can simply search for the desired manufacturer's name using the search function below.

Manufacturers Directory

  
 
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Ubicom - QualcommUchihashi EstecUchiya Thermostat
UDT Sensors - OSI OptoelectronicsUltra ElectronicsUltraRF - Cree
Ultronix - Vishay - OhmiteUNICOM ElectricUnigen
Union TechnologyUnisem - International RectifierUnited Chemi-Con
United Radiant TechnologyUnitop ElectronicsUnitra Cemi
Unitrode - Texas InstrumentsUniversal Microelectronics - UMECUniversal Semiconductor
US DigitalUSAR Systems - SemtechUsha India Limited
UTC - Unisonic TechnologiesUtilux - TE ConnectivityUTMC Microelectronics - Aeroflex
Utron TechnologyV3 Semiconductor - QuickLogicVacuumschmelze
VademValenceValor Electronics - Pulse Electronics
Valpey Fisher - CTS ValpeyVanguard Semiconductor - VISVantis - Lattice Semiconductor
Vari-L - Sirenza Microdevices - RFMDVaritronix InternationalVaro Quality Semiconductor - MicroSemi
VartaVectronVeetronix
Velio Communications - LSI CorpVenkelVeridicom
Vertex Networks - Mitel - Zarlink - MicrosemiVertical Circuits -VCIVIA Technologies
Vicor CorporationViewTronicViking Electronics - WPI Viking - Cooper Interconnect
Viking InterWorks - Viking Modular SolutionsVimexVimicro
Virata - Globespan - ConexantVirginia PlasticsVirtium Technology
Vishay DraloricVishay IntertechnologyVishay Sfernice
VisionTech - BroadcomVisual Communications -VCCVITE Technology - Vectron
VITEC ElectronicsVitesse SemiconductorVitramon - Vishay
Vitrohm - YageoVivid Semiconductor - NationalVLSI Solution
VLSI Technology - Philips - NXPVLSI Vision - STMicroelectronicsVOGT Electronic - Sumida
Volgen - KagaVoltage Multipliers - VMIVolterra Semiconductor - VLTR
VTC - Agere Systems - LSI CorpVTMVweb
Waferscale - WSI - STMicroelectronicsWagoWakefield Thermal
Wall IndustriesWalsin TechnologiesWamco
Wanjia RelayWare ElectronicsWave Systems - WSC
Wavecom - Sierra WirelessWearnes CambionWECO Electrical Connectors
Wego Machinery ElectronicsWeidmullerWeitek - Rockwell
WeitronicWeltrend SemiconductorWelwyn Components - TT Electronics
Wenzhou JietongWest Coast Magnets - WCMWestCap-Goguen-Arizona Capacitors-Electro Technik
Westcode Semiconductors - IXYSWestern Design Center - WDCWestern Digital
White Electronic Design - Microsemi CorporationWhite Oak Semiconductor - InfineonWickmann - Littelfuse
Wieland ElectricWieson TechnologiesWilbrecht Electronics
Wilco CorporationWimaWinbond Electronics
Winchester ElectronicsWing ShingWinslow AdaptICs
Winstar DisplayWintec IndustriesWintegra - PMC
Wire-Pro - WPI - Cooper InterconnectWISchip - MicronasWIZnet
WJ Communications - TriQuint SemiconductorWL Gore and AssociatesWolfson Microelectronics
World ProductsWorld Technologies - Universal Technologies GroupWurth Elektronik
Wustlich - VS Optoelectronic
 
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