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The rankings are according to fiscal 1996 revenues. For the purposes of the list, we've defined Silicon Valley as encompassing the counties of Santa Clara, San Mateo, southern Alameda, and areas of Santa Cruz. Technology companies were selected from the S&P industry codes of 185 Computer (Software & Services); 187 Computers (Networking); 188 Computers (Peripherals); 190 Computers (Hardware); 235 Electronics (Semiconductors); 247 Equipment (Semiconductor); and 454 Services (Computer Systems).

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