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Top Biggest And Richest Technology Companies In The World By Brand Value.

This is a global list of largest technology companies by revenue, according to the Fortune Global 500. It shows companies identified by Fortune as being in the technology sector, ranked by total annual revenue. Other metrics not shown here, in particular market capitalization, are often used alternatively to define the size of a company.

The list includes companies whose primary business activities are associated with technology industry which includes computer hardware, software, electronics, semiconductor, internet, telecom equipment, e-commerce and computer services.

Top Biggest And Richest Technology Companies In The World

Apple Inc. (AAPL)

  • Company Type: technology industry
  • Location: United States
  • Revenue (TTM): $268.0 billion
  • Net Income (TTM): $57.2 billion
  • Market Cap: $2 trillion
  • Employee:

Apple designs, manufactures, and markets a broad range of consumer technology products, including smartphones, personal computers, tablets, wearable devices, home entertainment devices, and more. Some of its most popular products include its iPhone smartphones and Mac computers. Apple also has dramatically expanded its sales from services. It operates digital content stores and recently launched several streaming services, including Apple+, a platform for on-demand entertainment content.

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (005930.KS)

  • Revenue (TTM): $197.5 billion
  • Net Income (TTM): $18.4 billion2
  • Market Cap: $325.4 billion3
  • 1-Year Trailing Total Return: 17.2%4 3
  • Exchange: Korean Stock Exchange

Samsung Electronics competes with Apple and other major tech companies worldwide in key product areas. It’s engaged in a broad range of businesses, including consumer electronics, information technology, and communications. The South Korean company sells mobile phones, tablets, wearable devices, virtual reality products, TVs and home theaters, computers, printers, home appliances, and more. Samsung is best known for its popular line of Galaxy smartphones.

Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. Ltd. (HNHPF)

  • Revenue (TTM): $173.1 billion
  • Net Income (TTM): $3.7 billion
  • Market Cap: $36.0 billion
  • 1-Year Trailing Total Return: 0.7%2
  • Exchange: OTC

Hon Hai Precision, also known as Foxconn, is a Taiwan-based multinational electronics manufacturer. The company produces electronics and electronic components for use in the information technology, communications, automotive equipment, automobile, precision molding, and consumer electronics industries. Foxconn is a key supplier in Apple’s supply chain, manufacturing a significant proportion of its iPhones.

Microsoft Corp. (MSFT)

  • Revenue (TTM): $138.7 billion
  • Net Income (TTM): $46.3 billion
  • Market Cap: $1.4 trillion
  • 1-Year Trailing Total Return: 45.5%2
  • Exchange: Nasdaq

Microsoft is a global developer and licensor of software, devices, solutions, and services. The company is well known for its Windows and Office Suite software. The company is getting a growing share of its profit and revenue from cloud computing, and has developed its own cloud platform called Azure. Microsoft also owns and operates LinkedIn, the popular social networking site for job seekers.

Dell Technologies Inc. (DELL)

  • Revenue (TTM): $92.2 billion
  • Net Income (TTM): $4.6 billion
  • Market Cap: $31.2 billion
  • 1-Year Trailing Total Return: -37.1%2
  • Exchange: New York Stock Exchange

Dell designs, makes and sells hardware, information technology products, and services worldwide. The company offers desktop and laptop computers, traditional and next-generation storage solutions, and networking products. Dell also sells a cloud-native platform and cloud management solutions. Dell’s best-known products are its personal computers.

Sony Corp. (SNE)

  • Revenue (TTM): $79.3 billion
  • Net Income (TTM): $6.0 billion
  • Market Cap: $80.0 billion
  • 1-Year Trailing Total Return: 32.4%2
  • Exchange: New York Stock Exchange

Sony is a Japanese technology company that designs and produces electronics products for consumer, professional, and industrial markets worldwide. The company sells products including personal computers, mobile phones, video game consoles and software, and video cameras. It also produces and distributes recorded music, as well as live-action and animated motion pictures. Sony makes and sells PlayStation, the popular video game console.

International Business Machines Corp. (IBM)

  • Revenue (TTM): $76.5 billion
  • Net Income (TTM): $9.0 billion
  • Market Cap: $106.8 billion
  • 1-Year Trailing Total Return: -8.1%2
  • Exchange: New York Stock Exchange

IBM is an integrated solutions and services company, also referred to as “Big Blue.” The company offers software and IT solutions for a broad range of uses, including healthcare, financial services, Internet of Things (IoT), weather, security, as well as cloud-computing services. The company is known for its powerful Watson computer, which offers a suite of enterprise-ready AI services, applications, and tools.

Intel Corp. (INTC)

  • Revenue (TTM): $75.7 billion
  • Net Income (TTM): $22.7 billion
  • Market Cap: $247.2 billion
  • 1-Year Trailing Total Return: 29.3%2
  • Exchange: Nasdaq

Intel is a premier global producer of computer chips and a provider of computing, networking, data storage, and communication solutions. The company offers platform products for the cloud, enterprise, and communication infrastructure markets. Intel provides flash memory, programmable semiconductors, and processors for notebooks, mobile devices, and desktop computers. The company is well known for its high-performance processors used in PCs worldwide by businesses and consumers.

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