Companies with the most U.S. patents granted to them as of 2014

This statistic shows a ranking of companies according to how many patents had been assigned to them as of the end of 2014. IBM had 6,809 patents assigned to them at this time and was by far the leader in this respect.

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 Number of granted U.S. patents
International Business Machines Corp -
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd -
Canon KK -
Sony Corp -
Microsoft Corp -
Toshiba Corp -
Qualcomm Inc -
Google Inc -
LG Electronics Inc -
Panasonic Corp -
Apple Inc -
General Electric Co -
Fujitsu Ltd -
Seiko Epson Corp -
Ricoh Co Ltd -
Intel Corp -
Hewlett Packard Development Co LP -
Telefonaktiebolaget L M Ericsson -
Hon Hai Precision Industry Co Ltd -
Samsung Display Co Ltd -
Toyota Motor Corp -
GM Global Technology Operations LLC -
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co -
BlackBerry Ltd -
AT&T Intellectual Property I LP -
Broadcom Corp -
Semiconductor Energy Laboratory Co Ltd -
Honda Motor Co Ltd -
Brother Kogyo KK -
Sharp KK -
Robert Bosch GmbH -
Cisco Technology Inc -
Micron Technology Inc -
Siemens AG -
NEC Corp -
Xerox Corp -
Hitachi Ltd -
SK Hynix Inc -
Boeing Co -
Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute -
Koninklijke Philips NV -
Fuji Xerox Co Ltd -
Texas Instruments Inc -
Mitsubishi Electric Corp -
Denso Corp -
Ford Global Technologies LLC -
Huawei Technologies Co Ltd -
Honeywell International Inc -
Amazon Technologies Inc -
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