Sharp Electronics Corporation makes consumer electronics, including televisions, audio products, sound systems, microwaves, air purifiers, mobile phones, and projectors.
Samsung Electronics America, Inc. makes manufactures electronic products. The Company offers televisions, digital cameras, cell phones, storage devices, home appliances, security systems, smartwatches, and computers. It is a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
iBeat, Inc. makes watches, including a smartwatch that monitors and analyzes users’ daily heart activities and helps warn contacts of falls.
Plexus Corp. offers service in the electronics manufacturing services (EMS) industry, such as product design, supply chains, materials management, manufacturing, testing, and fulfillment to companies in the wireline and networking, wireless infrastructure, medical, industrial and commercial, defense, security, and aerospace markets.
NHK Spring Co. Ltd., a Japanese company, is a leading worldwide maker of springs, automobile seats, and HDD suspension systems. The letters in its name stand for Nippon Hatsujō Kabushiki-gaisha, and the company is commonly called NHK Nippatsu.
Curtis International, Ltd. make consumer electronics, such as portable audio systems, telephones, seteros, televisions, and video projectors.
Samsung Electronics Canada, Inc., a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., sells TVs, mobile phones, smartphones, wearable devices, tablets, cameras, digital appliances, and printers in Canada.
Garmin USA, Inc., a subsidiary of Garmin Ltd., makes GPS-enabled navigation, communications, and information products, in four segments: Automotive/Mobile, Outdoor/Fitness, Marine, and Aviation.
TomTom North America, Inc. offers digital map and traffic information for businesses and consumers. It is a subsidiary of TomTom Licensing.
Huawei Device USA, Inc., a subsidiary of Huawei Device Co., Ltd., makes communications products, including GPSs, smartphones, and handheld devices and accessories.