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eBook Teradyne: The First Forty Years ePub

by Frederick Van Veen

  • ISBN: 0972403213
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  • Author: Frederick Van Veen
  • Publisher: Teradyne, Inc (May 2001)
  • Pages: 344
  • ePub book: 1899 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1560 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 217

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Frederick Van Veen's 40 year career in the electronics test and measurment industry included 27 years at Teradyne, where he was Vice President of Corporate Relations from 1980 through his retirement in 1995.

Frederick Van Veen's 40 year career in the electronics test and measurment industry included 27 years at Teradyne, where he was Vice President of Corporate Relations from 1980 through his retirement in 1995. He was also a Director of SEMI (Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International) from 1974 through 1982 and has been a frequent speaker at industry events.

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Teradyne - The First Forty Years," a comprehensive history of the Company since its founding in 1960, is now available from Teradyne. Written by Frederick Van Veen, a retired Teradyne Vice President and a 40-year veteran of the electronics test and measurement industry, the history traces the backgrounds of Teradyne founders Nick DeWolf and Alex d'Arbeloff, the Company's pioneering efforts in automatic testing, the successful launching of the first computer-controlled test systems, the Company's successful and unsuccessful diversification efforts, and its aggressive response to the competitive threat from Japan. The history also describes in detail the founders' philosophy of management and their strategies for success in the systems business. The book should be of interest to professionals working in the semiconductor and semiconductor equipment businesses, as well as those seeking a first-hand look at the people and forces that transformed a carefully crafted business plan into a $3 billion company and the world's largest maker of automatic test equipment for the electronics and telecommunications industries.

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Great at home and when traveling. Right amount of light for night time
Malak Malak
Worth reading if you worked there