Tokyo Electron Device (TED) began selling electronic components for companies such as Fairchild 58 years ago and has experienced a growth trajectory ever since. Headquartered in Japan, the company is known for its strict quality control and total solutions encompassing leading-edge devices, expert consulting, consistent product implementation, and reliable support. With the establishment of the Design and Development Center in 1985, TED expanded into semiconductor design and development, making its mark as a bold innovator. In 2004, the company introduced its own inrevium-brand semiconductor solutions, as well as rapid prototyping and contract manufacturing services; expanded its overseas operation into Hong Kong in 2005, and after 19 years on the Second Section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange, transitioned to the Prime Market in 2022 after restructuring. Among its long line of semiconductor products, TED manufactures microprocessors, Digital Signal Processors (DSPs Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs), Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) for security, telecom, network, Radio Frequency (RF)n and optical device applications, among others.