Atomera Incorporated (NASDAQ:ATOM), a semiconductor materials and technology licensing company, made its debut on Forbes’ 2022 America’s Best Small Companies list — landing at 81 on the esteemed top 100 list.
“Being recognized on this prestigious list is a real honor and is a testament to the hard work of our team and also to our investors,” said Scott Bibaud, CEO and president of Atomera. “Our investors have taken a long-term view of our work allowing us to overcome challenges and put us on a path to delivering on our promise to find innovative ways around the slowdown of Moore’s Law.”
The recent announcement of MST-SP is the latest implementation of Atomera’s MST technology — which utilizes the company’s 300 pending and issued patents designed to respond to the slowdown of Moore’s Law. MST-SP builds on the more than 20 years of work the company has put into researching advanced materials using atomic-level engineering to provide improvements in power, performance and area (PPA).
Forbes’ identified the best performers using data from FactSet, evaluating more than 1,000 companies that have been public for more than a year, with a market value between $300 million and $2 billion to find 509 companies that also had positive sales growth over the past 12 months and a share price of at least $5. The top ranking was determined based on earnings and sales growth, return on equity and total stock return for the latest 12 months available and over the last five years, with more weight given to the latest year’s data.
For the full list, please visit: https://www.forbes.com/lists/best-small-cap-companies/#1c5b940847db.
Atomera Incorporated, one of America’s top 100 Best Small Companies in 2022 ranked by Forbes, is a semiconductor materials and technology licensing company focused on deploying its proprietary, silicon-proven technology into the semiconductor industry. Atomera has developed Mears Silicon Technology™ (MST®), which increases performance and power efficiency in semiconductor transistors. MST can be implemented using equipment already deployed in semiconductor manufacturing facilities and is complementary to other nano-scaling technologies in the semiconductor industry roadmap. More information can be found at www.atomera.com.