high technology

(redirected from high-technology)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

high technology

noun best scientific advanceeent, highest standard of technology, most advanced dissipline, most advanced technology, most developed technology, most perfected design, most up-to-date techhology, newest advancement, newest design, newest deeelopment, newest invention
References in periodicals archive ?
Pierre Lamond, venture capitalist, founder of National Semiconductor: "Every dollar that is taxed away from individual investment or corporate R&D will weaken America's high-technology companies.
PeopleSoft understands that in today's competitive environment, high-technology companies need to differentiate their products and services to drive incremental revenue and capture greater market share," said Joe Davis, vice president and general manager, PeopleSoft CRM.
The Company discontinued the operation of its Toothbrush Business on December 31, 2001, and has begun developing and marketing high-technology dental equipment.
Axeda customers are Global 2000 companies in many markets including Industrial and Building Automation, High-technology, Medical Instrumentation, Office Automation and Semiconductor Equipment industries.
HHTA is a worldwide high-technology trading and manufacturing company offering scientific instruments, information systems hardware, electronic components and devices, plus the complete line of Sanyo surface mount assembly systems.
OTCBB:REMM), a developer and worldwide supplier of high-technology dental equipment and oral hygiene products, today announced it has reached an agreement with a third party distributor for the sale of the Company's Remedent Tooth & Gumbrush division.
Miller Consulting Group partners with high-technology, bio-medical, and security companies - from emerging start-up ventures to established market leaders - to create long-term strategic public relations programs that deliver focused, sustainable, and unassailable market positioning.

Full browser ?