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From Japan To The United States: World’s Top 100 Technology Companies For 2018 Revealed

Five Indian and three Chinese companies named among the world’s 100 leading tech companies by Thomson Reuters, the list’s top five companies are Microsoft, Intel, Cisco, IBM, and Alphabet.

Tata Consultancy Services, Infosys, Wipro, Tech Mahindra, and HCL Technologies also made it to the list are among five Indian companies to feature in a ranking of the world’s top 100 technology companies.

Specifically, the global list includes Microsoft at number one, Intel (No. 2), Cisco (No. 3), IBM (No. 4), Alphabet (No. 5), and Apple (No. 6) — among the top 10.

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) ranked 7th, making it the only Asian company among the top 10, followed by the German business software giant SAP (No. 8), Texas Instruments (No. 9), and the Dublin-based consultant Accenture (No. 10).

These remaining 90 companies on the list are not ranked. The tech companies eligible for listing are restricted to those that have at least US$1 billion in annual revenue

World’s Top 100 Technology Companies For 2018:

Company Country
Accenture Ireland
Acer Taiwan
Adobe United States
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) United States
Advantest Japan
Akamai Technologies United States
Alphabet United States
Amazon United States
Amdocs United States
Analog Devices United States
Apple United States
Applied Materials United States
ARRIS International United States
ASE Group Taiwan
ASM Pacific Technology  Hong Kong
ASUS Taiwan
Atos France
Autodesk United States
CA Technologies United States
Canon Japan
Capgemini France
Celestica Canada
CGI Canada
Cisco  United States
Cognizant United States
CommScope United States
Computacenter United Kingdom
Computershare Australia
dormakaba  Switzerland
DXC Technology United States
eBay Inc. United States
Ericsson Sweden
Facebook United States
Fujikura Ltd. Japan
Fujitsu Ltd. Japan
Gemalto Netherlands
HCL Technologies Ltd. India
Hewlett Packard Enterprise United States
HP United States
IBM United States
Infineon Technologies Germany
Infosys India
Intel United States
Intuit United States
Lam Research  United States
Leidos United States
Lenovo China
LG Electronics South
LITE-ON Technology Taiwan
ManTech International Corporation United States
Mastercard United States
Micron Technology United States
Microsoft United States
Motorola Solutions United States
Nanya Technology Taiwan
National Instruments  United States
NCR Corporation United States
NEC Japan
Nokia Finland
Nvidia United States
NXP Semiconductors Netherlands
OKI Electric Industry Co., Ltd. Japan
ON Semiconductor United States
Oracle United States
PEGATRON Corporation Taiwan
Powertech Technology Inc. Taiwan
Qisda Corporation Taiwan
Qualcomm United States
Quanta Computer Taiwan
Renesas Electronics Corporation Japan
ROHM Japan
Salesforce United States
Samsung Electronics  South Korea
SAP Germany
Seiko Epson Corporation Japan
Sharp Corporation Japan
Siliconware Precision Industries Ltd. (SPIL) Taiwan
SK Hynix Inc. South Korea
SONY Japan
Sopra Steria France
STMicroelectronics Switzerland
Symantec Corporation United States
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. (TSMC) Taiwan
Tata Consultancy Services India
Tech Mahindra India
Tencent China
Teradata United States
Texas Instruments United States
Tieto Finland
Tokyo Electron Japan
Total System Services (TSYS) United States
Unisys United States
United Microelectronics Corporation Taiwan
VMware United States
Wipro India
Wistron Corporation Taiwan
Workday United States
Xerox Corporation United States
ZTE Corporation China
Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj

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Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj is the CEO and editorial director at CEOWORLD magazine, the leading global business magazine written strictly for CEOs, CFOs, top managers, company directors, investors, senior executives, business leaders, high net worth individuals, and the most globally powerful men and women.
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