Altera Corporation (NASDAQ: ALTR) is the pioneer of programmable logic solutions, enabling system and semiconductor companies to rapidly and cost effectively innovate, differentiate, and win in their markets. Altera offers FPGAs, ARM-based SoCs, CPLDs, and ASICs in combination with software tools, intellectual property, embedded processors and customer support to provide high-value programmable solutions to over 16,000 customers worldwide. Altera was founded in 1983 and had annual revenues in 2012 of US$1.8 billion. Altera is headquartered in San Jose, California, and employs more than 3,000 people in over 20 countries.
Altera has been publicly traded since 1988 under the ticker symbol NASDAQ: ALTR. Altera Corporation Stock Quote.
101 Innovation Drive
San Jose, California 95134
Phone: (408) 544-7000
Altera sells to over 16,000 customers around the world through a direct sales force and distributors.
EUROPE: Antwerp-Belgium, Breda-Netherlands, Cork-Ireland, Espoo-Finland, High Wycombe-United Kingdom, Kista-Sweden, Torino-Italy, Unterschleissheim Germany, Velizy-France
ASIA-PACIFIC: Bangalore-India, Beijing-China, Kowloon-Hong Kong, Seoul-Korea, Shanghai-China, Shenzhen-China, Taipei-Taiwan
JAPAN: Tokyo, Osaka
Altera employs approximately 3,000 employees worldwide.
|John P. Daane||President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board|
|Scott Bibaud||Senior Vice President and General Manager, Communications Business Division|
|Danny Biran||Senior Vice President, Corporate Strategy|
|Misha Burich||Senior Vice President, Chief Technology Officer|
|William Y. Hata||Senior Vice President, Worldwide Operations and Engineering|
|Bradley Howe||Senior Vice President, Research and Development|
|Kevin H. Lyman||Senior Vice President, Human Resources|
|Mark Nelson||Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales|
|Ronald J. Pasek||Senior Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer|
|Katherine E. Schuelke||Senior Vice President, General Counsel, and Secretary|
|Jeff Waters||Senior Vice President and General Manager, Military, Industrial and Computing Division|
|Scott Wylie||Vice President, Investor Relations|
|CY 2012||$1.78 Billion|
|CY 2011||$2.06 Billion|
|CY 2010||$1.95 Billion|
|CY 2009||$1.20 Billion|
|CY 2008||$1.37 Billion|
|CY 2007||$1.26 Billion|
|CY 2006||$1.29 Billion|