Silicon Valley is different. It’s the big corporations that act as Silicon Valley’s engines; the universities which are feeders of intellectual capital; the venture capital, angel, and legal infrastructure; the sunny and warm weather; the influx of driven and entrepreneurial immigrants; the culture of starting companies and failing; and the inspiration of people following dreams to change the world.
Outsiders forget that Silicon Valley is not powered by startups, but some big engines, that is, multi-national technology companies with tens of billions of dollars in revenue. This includes Apple, Hewlett-Packard, Google, Cisco Systems, Oracle, Intel, Gilead Sciences, eBay, Franklin Resources,Yahoo, Tesla, to name a few. It has a broad range of industry engaged in electronics, power engineering, computing, and communications — all on the leading edge of research.
Although semiconductors are still a major component of the area’s economy, Silicon Valley has been most famous in recent years for innovations in software and Internet services. Silicon Valley has significantly influenced computer operating systems, software, and user interfaces.
The biggest industries are computer software and hardware, then biotech, then business services.
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