Applied Materials is frequently recognized for business excellence, technological innovation, clean energy leadership and our commitment to the communities where we do business.
Topped the list of semiconductor equipment vendors for the 18th consecutive year in 2009 according to leading market research and economic analysis firm VLSI Research Inc.Read More
SEMVision G4 System Awarded Semiconductor International Best Product Award.Read More
Recognized as number 7 on The Cleantech Blog "Power 10" Ranking Vol II 2009 of cleantech companies doing it right. Eligibility for inclusion in the ranking required the company to be energy or environmental technology-related and providing solutions in the market needs.
Named as the Top Corporate Philanthropist for 2008 by the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal who honored the region's top 50 corporate philanthropists. All companies were ranked by their 2008 cash donations to nonprofits in Silicon Valley.
Named number one solar PV provider.Read More
Recognized as number 4 on The Cleantech Blog "Power 10" Ranking Vol I 2008 of cleantech companies doing it right. Eligibility for inclusion in the ranking required the company to be energy or environmental technology-related and providing solutions in the market needs.
Named a winner in the energy category for "developing a better way to make solar panels," recognizing its SunFab production line's ability to manufacture extremely large solar-power panels using thin-film photovoltaic material. This allows customers to turn out solar panels more quickly and cheaply than traditional production methods, and is helping to drive down the cost of solar power so that it's more competitive with electricity from traditional sources.
Presented 2008 Supplier Award for excellent and reliable global partnership.
Presented Applied Materials Japan with Good Partner Award in recognition of their strong partnership and support.
Recognized for support in improving Inotera's Gate Control Mask Open layer defect.
Recognized as Best Equipment Supplier.
Named to Plenty Magazine's second annual 'Plenty 20' list of key businesses that are making a sustainable future more possible, citing the company's expertise in nanomanufacturing technology and Applied's efforts to help create the largest thin-film solar cells in the world.