TER Teradyne Inc
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About Teradyne Inc
Teradyne is a US technology company that is a leading provider of semiconductor test equipment and industrial automation tools. The company is based in Boston, Massachusetts and was founded in 1960. Its subsidiaries include Universal Robots and LitePoint. The company’s products include avionics test solutions, industrial automation, and mixed-signal testing. Teradyne stock can be traded on the NASDAQ, under the ticker NASDAQ: TER. At the end of the second quarter of 2020, the company announced that it had earned an adjusted $1.33 a share on sales of $839mn. That revealed a jump on earnings of 102% year-over-year, along with an increase in sales of 49%. As of 2020, Teradyne employed more than 5000 people and served businesses and other organisations across the globe. Teradyne operates in diverse growth industries including Artificial Intelligence, 5G, and Defence & Aerospace. The TER share price is supported by the fact that the firm pays a dividend to shareholders which in its last filing represented a dividend yield of 0.44% on the back of reported revenue of $2.3bn. Add this instrument to your eToro watchlist to get alerts on TER price movements in real-time.Show More
North Reading, Massachusetts, US
Gregory Stephen Smith
Teradyne Inc Q1 2023 earnings report is expected to be released after market open
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Manufacturers of advanced equipment and providers of services targeted at combat, national security, and other defence applications, including defence contractors, advanced weaponry and combat equipment and support systems, autonomous military drone manufacturing, and advanced electronic hardware targeted at military and intelligence applications. Military and defence functions testing equipment. Propulsion launch used in vehicle and missile launch, and computer systems, electrical components, IT solutions and software tailored and designed for the defence industry (note - such technology can also have applications in the aerospace sector).