Thanks for giving me the go-ahead on this.
You can search the Yahoo Finance site here:
A search on "bluetooth" will find company descriptions that contain
this term (which would only be present in descriptions of companies
heavily vested in this technology).
The results include the 10 companies I listed earlier, the first three
of which are publicly traded companies under the symbols:
Telefon AB LM Ericsson ERICY
COMPUTER ACCESS CATZ
DSP Group Inc DSPG
While still in Yahoo Finance, clicking on the company name of symbol
will take you to a more detailed information about the company. For
instance, clicking on CATZ will get you to:
and then clicking on the link labeled "Profile" on the left hand side
of the page takes you to:
Computer Access Technology Corporation offers advanced design and
production verification systems for the Bluetooth, ethernet, fiber
channel, IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) 1394
InfiniBand, PCI (peripheral component interface) Express, SCSI (small
computer system interface), Serial ATA (advanced technology
attachment) and USB (universal serial bus) standards, as well as
Serial Attached SCSI. The Company's development products generate,
capture, filter and analyze high-speed communications traffic...
At the bottom of the profile is a hyperlink to "Expanded Business
Description" -- clicking this takes you to:
with a lot of additional detail, such as:
Bluetooth development products offered by CATC include
BTTracer/Trainer, Merlin and Merlin II and Merlin Mobile. The
BTTracer/Trainer, introduced in the fourth quarter of 2002, combines a
Bluetooth protocol analyzer and exerciser into a single CATC universal
protocol analyzer system (UPAS) module. The BTTracer/Trainer
automatically synchronizes the exerciser with the analyzer to easily
capture test results, and its interfaces make it simple to inject
user-defined errors and jitter or write complete verification test
suites using a simple scripting language. Merlin and Merlin II,
introduced in the fourth quarter of 2003, are non-intrusive design
verification systems that provide Bluetooth network traffic capture,
display and analysis, allowing designers to quickly identify and
correct design issues, as well as assist manufacturers to pre-screen
devices for standard compliance and interoperability. The Merlin
Mobile is the Company's second-generation Bluetooth protocol analyzer.
It provides all the Bluetooth capture and decode capabilities of the
Merlin system, allowing customers to quickly identify issues or areas
One more link of interest to you might be the Bluetooth ?Special
Interest Group? of companies:
They have l-o-o-o-n-g lists of member companies involved in one way or
another with Bluetooth. It doesn?t clearly sort out the pure plays
from others, but it?s a good resource just the same. The actual
company lists are at:
and are sorted into categories of ?Promoters?, ?Associates? and ?Adopters?.
I hope this is the type of information you were after. Before rating
this answer, let me know if anything here is not clear, or if you need
additional information. Just post a Request for Clarification and let
me know how I can assist you further.
Here's to successful investing...!