Best Computer Hardware Company | List of Top PC Hardware Manufacturers in the World

A computer is made up of various hardware components of computer hardware. Upon which an operating system and the operator's desired functions to the software installed.

Computer hardware is a physical unit related to the computer. Hardware is a set of hardware components that connects them to a computer system. This is completely different from computer software. Because the software works inherent in hardware. There is no need to change them from time to time. So they are stored in the hardware components of the read-only memory (ROM).

At the time of early computers or desktop computer, there were only a few computer manufacturers and each sold their own computers in their own model. Therefore, it is very difficult to replace components with a computer penalty or to restore the memory and other parts of the customer according to the customer's needs. However, with the popularity of personal computers, more companies came into production and brought unified models in computer components. That is why the components of the league companies can be changed from each other. As a result, we see today that computer hardware is popular as a job or learning.

1. Dell

Dell Inc. is an IT company headed by the United States. It supports computer and related products such as sales and service. Michael Dell created this company in 1984. The company is one of the world's largest technology companies. There are 103,300 people working in this company.

2. Cisco

The company and its history were featured on the Venture documentary on 2011. The Cisco won the Ron Brown Award for Best Relationship between Employees and Confederates. US President Barack Obama honored Cisco as a quality agency. According to the Technology Advisory Agency (Lecslava) report, Cisco's firm receives more revenue from security-related patents.

3. Microsoft

Microsoft is a multinational computer technology company. The earliest history of this company from April 4, 1975. The company was founded in Albuquerque by Bill Gates and Paul Allen. As of 2018, Microsoft has worldwide revenue of US$110.36 billion and is a company with 134,944 employees.

4. AMD

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) is a manufacturer of integrated circuits based in Sunnyvale, California. AMD is the second largest supplier of x86 processors and the leading flash memory manufacturer. This semiconductors company was founded by Jerry Sanders in 1969.

5. Apple

Apple has gained a lot of importance in the field of electronics products, and a lot of people have moved to Apple products, especially in USA. Fortune magazine named Apple the most admired company in the US in 2008, and in the world in 2008, 2009 and 2010.

6. Oracle

Oracle is an American corporation, the second largest producer of software (after Microsoft), the largest producer of software for organizations, and a major supplier of server hardware.

7. IBall

The company produces the hardware components of the personal computer like mouse, the CPU cable networks and webcams, computer-enabled speakers, headphones, MPV players, microphones and SMPS and LCD. The company also produces monitors, USB flash drive, tablets (parentheses) and barcode scanners.

8. IBM

Today, in addition to hardware, software and services, IBM is emerging as a company that provides cognitive solutions and cloud platforms. IBM has acquired more than 60 companies since 2006, transforming itself from a "hardware-centric" company to a reality where much of the turnover comes from software and services.

9. Intel

Intel is the world's largest semiconductor manufacturer, based in the US. Intel was adversely affected by AMD's process after 1995. AMD focused on research and development activities since 1995, introducing the first 64-bit processors for desktop computers. Intel purchased the 64bit patent from AMD and launched its own 64 bit processors.

10. LG Electronics

The LG Group is a large South Korean chaebol (conglomerate), which manufactures electronic devices, mobile phones and petrochemicals.

11. MSI

Micro-Star International (MSI), a manufacturer of computer hardware, was founded in August 1986 in Taiwan. The company's headquarter is located in the District Zhonghe of the city New Taipei City. MSI is known to end users especially as a manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards for PCs, but also offers a variety of products in the field of computer accessories, complete systems and notebooks.

12. Nvidia

NVIDIA Corporation is a company producing graphics processing units, graphics cards, media and communication devices for personal computers, and Sony Playstation 3 game consoles. The most famous product from NVIDIA is the GeForce series which is used to play computer games. NVIDIA's main headquarters is on the San Tomas Expressway, Santa Clara, California. The latest NVIDIA series is TITAN Xp using Volta Architecture. NVIDIA's toughest rival is AMD who issued the Radeon series. In 2001, the company earned US$1.37 billion in revenue and US$177.1 million in net income.

13. XEROX

Xerox is a globally operating American company that offers services and products in the field of document management and reproduction. The company is best known for copiers and printers. The company was founded as Haloid in 1906, but after buying a patent from Chester Carlson on the so-called xerographic process, the company renamed Xerox.

14. Seagate Technology

Seagate Technology (often referred to as Seagate) is a major manufacturer of hard drives. The company is based in Scotts Valley. Founded in 1979, Seagate is the oldest independent hard drive manufacturer currently in operation. The products are used in computers, but also in the Xbox from Microsoft and the audio players. Hardware supplier Seagate acquired Samsung's hard disk division for almost $1.4 billion in April 2011.

15. EVGA Corporation

EVGA is a computer hardware vendor specializing in the production and development of Nvidia graphics cards. In addition to graphics cards and motherboards for Intel computers are produced. EVGA used until the third quarter of 2008 exclusively chipsets of the manufacturer Nvidia. However, with the introduction of the Intel Core i7 series EVGA also has a motherboard based on the X58 chipset from Intel in the range. In the meantime (as of October 2013) builds EVGA motherboards exclusively with Intel chipsets. The other offer includes a Thermal compound and since 2011 various PCoIP products. EVGA has also been selling its own power supply series since 2012.

16. Samsung Semiconductor

Samsung Electronics, headquartered in Daegu, South Korea is one of the largest electronics groups in the world and is part of the South Korean Samsung Group. It is active in more than 60 countries. The name "samsung" literally means "three stars" in Korean. As a manufacturer of processors and integrated circuits, the semiconductor division of Samsung Electronics is one of the Global Top 20 of Leading Semiconductor Manufacturers. In 1988, Samsung first appeared on the list at place 18. In 2005, Samsung was the number 2, after Intel and followed by Texas Instruments, Toshiba and STMicroelectronics.

17. XFX

XFX is a manufacturing division based in Hong Kong of Pine Technology Holdings Limited. The XFX division began in 2002, has its largest office in Ontario, California and specializes in the manufacture of video cards based on Nvidia and AMD graphics processors, motherboards and power supplies. XFX originally only produced Nvidia graphics cards, however during the beginning of 2009, XFX decided that it could exclusively manufacture graphics cards based on ATI, and not continue to use Nvidia graphics chips. XFX also produces video cards with non-referential designs.

18. Toshiba

Toshiba Corporation is a Japanese electronics company. It belongs to the top of the largest electrical and electronic device manufacturer in the world, and the largest semiconductor manufacturer in Japan. The head office is in Tokyo. Toshiba products are: (digital) copy machines, laptops, hard drives, RAM, electronic components, televisions, video recorders, medical equipment, CD and DVD players and projectors. Most products are supplied to other companies and only one-sixth of the turnover is achieved through direct sales to private individuals.

19. Huawei

Huawei is a Chinese multinational that manages IT infrastructure, produces telecommunications equipment, and provides telecommunications services. The company was founded in 1987 and is located in Shenzhen, near Hong Kong. In 2014, Huawei was in 228th place among the largest companies in the world in terms of revenue according to the Fortune Global 500 list. Initially, the company focused primarily on the business market. For example, Huawei provides complete networks for telecommunications, including for the 4G networks. Since a few years, the company has increasingly focused on the consumer market. The range of tablets, smartphones and mobile internet products will continue to be expanded.

20. Coolpad

Coolpad is a Chinese company, the first largest smartphone maker in China as of 2013. The headquarters is located in the city of Shenzhen. In the period from January to June 2012, the company produced 10.4% of the global smartphone market. In the first quarter of 2013, Coolpad became the 9th largest smartphone maker in the world, delivering 6.8 million devices, thus surpassing BlackBerry and Nokia.

21. Bush

Bush (initial name Bush Radio) was founded in 1932, and today's home retail group is a brand owned by British Electronics. At the beginning of the company, Bush Radio was one of the most famous and most trusted brands in the world. Company's other supporting brand is Alba. Today, all Bush and Alba manufactured goods and items are trades exclusively under the Argos. The name of the brand comes from Shepherd Bush Studios. The company quickly moved to a new factory on Power Road in Chiswick in 1936. The company quickly moved to a new factory on Power Road in Chiswick in 1936. Bush became part of the Rank Organization in 1945, and in 1949 a new factory was opened in Ernesettle, Plymouth.

22. Sony

The Sony Group is a multinational company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. The company is dominated by computer media and electronics production. About $88.7 billion annually, the Sony Company is preparing a range of devices such as electronics, video, communication, video games and IT. It is noteworthy that Sony has listed the top 20 in the semiconductor sales. This company slogan 'There is nothing else like this'.

23. Acer

Acer is a Taiwanese electronics producer. It is one of the five largest companies in the world in selling branded PCs. Acers products include desktop and mobile PCs, servers and storage, displays, LED TVs, peripherals and e-business solutions for the business world, governments, education and home users. The company also owns the largest computer store chain in Taiwan. In October 2007, Acer acquired the American Gateway and Packard Bell. Together, Acer and Gateway sold no less than 18.6 million computers in 2006 and Acer became the third largest computer company in the world.

24. Razer

25. LG

26. Philips

27. Qualcomm

28. Micro-Star International

29. Philips & Lite-on Digital Solutions Corporation

30. Motorola

31. Maplin

32. GeIL

33. ATP Electronics

34. Netopia

35. Andrea Electronics

36. Turtle Beach

37. MediaTek

38. Axiom

39. C-Media

40. Kensington Computer Products Group

41. Winbond

42. Infineon Technologies

43. Rockchip

44. Klipsch

45. Chelsio Communications

46. Analog Devices

47. Ralink

48. JLab Audio

49. Cherry

50. ASRock

51. Gateway

52. Elpida Memory

53. Ramtron International

54. Hama Photo

55. Linksys

56. Rambus

57. Atheros

58. First International Computer

59. Imation

60. Conrad

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