Yutaka Nanasawa

Vice President, General Manager, IT Division President, Tel Solar Services AG at Tokyo Electron Ltd.

Yutaka Nanasawa

Yutaka Nanasawa

Vice President, General Manager, IT Division President, Tel Solar Services AG at Tokyo Electron Ltd.

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Senior Vice President, General Manager, ATS BU at Tokyo Electron Ltd.

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Chief Financial Officer at Timbre Technologies, Inc.

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Executive Vice President, General Manager, Development & Production 1st Division President, Tokyo Electron Technology Solutions Ltd at Tokyo Electron Ltd.

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Executive Vice President, General Manager, Development & Production 2nd Division, EHS, Quality, Procurement Division President, Tokyo Electron Miyagi Ltd at Tokyo Electron Ltd.

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Executive Vice President, General Manager, Development & Production 3rd Division Chairman & Representative Director, Tokyo Electron Kyushu Ltd at Tokyo Electron Ltd.

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President, Chief Executive Officer & Representative Director at Tokyo Electron Ltd.

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Chief Financial Officer at Tokyo Electron Ltd.

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Senior Vice President, General Manager, Technology Strategy Division at Tokyo Electron Ltd.

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Senior Vice President, General Manager, Human Resources & General Affairs Division, Internal Control & Compliance, Chairman of Ethics Committee at Tokyo Electron Ltd.

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Senior Vice President, General Manager, Development & Production 4th Division at Tokyo Electron Ltd.

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Yutaka Nanasawa
Vice President, General Manager, IT Division President, Tel Solar Services AG at Tokyo Electron Ltd.
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Vice President, General Manager, IT Division President, Tel Solar Services AG
Current

Tokyo Electron Ltd. engages in the development, manufacture, and sale of semiconductor production equipment, flat panel display and photovoltaic cell production equipment, electronic parts, and telecommunications equipment. Its operations are carried out through the following segments: Semiconductor Production Equipment (SPE), Flat Panel Display (FPD) Production Equipment, Photovoltaic (PV) Production Equipment, Electronic Components and Computer Networks, Others. The SPE segment provides the development, manufacture, service, and distribution of coaters/developers, plasma etch systems, thermal processing systems, single wafer deposition systems, cleaning systems, wafer probers, and other semiconductor production equipment. The FPD Production Equipment segment manufactures screens for personal computers, LCD TVs, and other electronic devices. The Electronic Components and Computer Networks segment manages the design, development, procurement, and distribution of semiconductor products centering on integrated circuits (IC), other electronic components, computer networks and software. The Others segment includes logistics, facilities management, and insurance businesses. The company was founded in November 11, 1963 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

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2010 - Current
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2010 - Current
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TEL Venture Capital focuses on early-stage investments technology companies that have the potential for long-term global impact. The firm invests in a variety of industries including: (1) semiconductor and semiconductor-related (2) nanotechnology/enabling materials (3) clean energy and human health (4) solar energy (5) next generation displays (6) MEMS/NEMS and (7) network technologies including broadband and wireless.TEL uses a five point selection strategy for investing in new companies. These criteria include market attractiveness, technology, management, viability of the business plan and financial portfolio. TEL is looks for companies with positive growth potential and a compatible investment scope. The company's technology value, competitive advantage in its market segment and value of intellectual property are also evaluated in the selection process. TEL looks for companies with a viable and realistic business plan, a reasonable forecast, as well as return on invested capital.