HARRISBURG, PA—Tyco Electronics was named a recipient of Intel Corp.'s Preferred Quality Supplier (PQS) award for outstanding performance in providing products and services deemed essential to Intel's success. The company was recognized for its efforts supplying Intel with interconnects, microprocessor sockets, and passive components. Tyco Electronics and 43 additional PQS award winners were be honored at a celebration in Burlingame, CA on March 27.

WARREN, NJ—ANADIGICS, Inc. announced that Dr. Bami Bastani, president and CEO of ANADIGICS, Inc., has been inducted into the New Jersey High-Tech Hall of Fame. The hall of fame was created in 1999 to highlight the achievements of local government and business leaders who, through their accomplishments, have made New Jersey one of the country's leading high-tech states. The announcement was made at a special ceremony sponsored by the American Electronics Association (AEA) and the Biotechnology Council of New Jersey on March 22 at Crystal Plaza in Livingston, NJ.

Dr. Bastani is one of three people in the Outstanding Business Leaders category inducted into New Jersey's High-Tech Hall of Fame for 2007. The group of business leaders, researchers, educators, and government officials were selected for this honor by the industry itself through balloting coordinated by the AEA, BCNJ, and HINJ.

CEDAR RAPIDS, IA—Rockwell Collins is ranked 24th on Business Week magazine's list of the 50 best-performing companies in the United States—the BW50. This is Rockwell Collins' first appearance on the annual list.

The companies in the BW50 represent Business Week's choices as the "best in class" from each of the 10 sectors that make up the S&P 500. To select this year's top performers, Business Week used a proprietary screen that was refined this year to emphasize two measures—how well each company's management has been using the capital at its disposal and sales growth.

The 11th annual BW50 was featured in the March 26, 2007 issue of Business Week.

SANTA CLARA, CA—Agilent Technologies, Inc. announced that it has received principal member status with the WiMAX Forum.

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