KiloLambda is an optical Nanotechnology company in the early stages of market development. The mission of KiloLambda is to develop and provide optical power control solutions based on innovative and unique nano-materials and nano-structures.
Kilopass Technology, Inc. is a supplier of embedded NVM intellectual property, leverages standard logic CMOS processes to deliver one-time programmable (OTP) structures based on its extra-permanent memory (XPM) technology. The memory arrays can be used for the storage of firmware, security codes, calibration data and other application critical information.
KLA-Tencor Corporation is a leading supplier of process control and yield management solutions for the semiconductor and related microelectronics industries. The company's comprehensive portfolio of products, software, analysis, services and expertise is designed to help IC manufacturers manage yield throughout the entire wafer fabrication process-from R&D to final yield analysis.
Kotura is a leader in silicon photonics, designs, manufactures and markets CMOS optical components that enable optics to migrate throughout the communications industry. The company also provides custom chip design, fabrication, and packaging services.
Mattson Technology, Inc. is a leading supplier of dry strip equipment and the second largest supplier of rapid thermal processing equipment in the global semiconductor industry. The company's strip and RTP equipment utilize innovative technology to deliver advanced processing performance and productivity gains to semiconductor manufacturers worldwide for the fabrication of current- and next-generation devices.
MEARS Technologies develops advanced CMOS solutions and associated manufacturing technology for leading-edge semiconductor chip producers and contract foundries to achieve competitive advantages at sub-micron levels.
Plastic Logic is a leader in plastic electronics manufacturing, a revolutionary new technology for printing electronic devices. The company will be the first to apply the new technology to a fully commercial application: flexible active-matrix displays.
Power Chips plc has devised 'Power Chips' which generate electricity by using heat to move electrons from one side of a vacuum diode to the other. Power Chips use thermionics to convert heat directly into electricity.