Technology towns in the Boston area?

I'm checking in where most techinology companies are located.

I know Silicon Valley, CA is the most famous one but recently, more are actually located in the Northeast and MidAtlantic areas like Reston, VA.

And a lot are in the Boston area, MA I hear. Where are they exactly located in the Boston area? Which town?

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  • 7 years ago
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    Abbott Laboratories, in Worcester (Pharmaceutical laboratory)

    Advanced Cell Technology, in Worcester (Research laboratory)

    AMD, in Marlborough

    Analog Devices, in Norwood

    Avid Technology, Inc, in Tewksbury (Headquarters)

    Bain & Company, in Boston (Headquarters)

    Bain Capital, in Boston (Headquarters)

    Bertucci's Corporation, in Northborough (Headquarters)

    BJ's Wholesale Club, Inc., in Westborough (Headquarters)

    Bose Corporation, in Framingham (Headquarters)

    Boston Properties, Inc., in Boston (Headquarters)

    Boston Scientific Corporation, in Natick (Headquarters)

    Boston Scientific Corporation, in Marlborough

    Cisco Systems, in Boxborough

    David Clark Company, in Worcester (manufacturer of space suits)

    Diebold, in Marlborough (Regional Headquarters)

    EMC Corporation, in Hopkinton (Headquarters)

    Evergreen Solar, in Marlborough (Headquarters)

    Genzyme Corporation, in Framingham

    Hewlett-Packard Company, in Marlborough (Regional Headquarters)

    Intel Corporation, in Hudson

    Marshalls, Inc, in Framingham (Headquarters)

    The MathWorks, in Natick

    MITRE Corporation, in Bedford (Headquarters)

    Monster.com, in Maynard (Headquarters)

    Morgan Construction Company, in Worcester, rolling steel mill technology

    Philips Electronics North America, in Andover (Regional Headquarters)

    Philips Healthcare, in Andover (Global Headquarters) and Framingham

    Red Hat, in Westford (Engineering Headquarters)

    Reed & Barton in Taunton (Factory & Headquarters)

    Saint-Gobain, in Worcester

    Sepracor, Inc., in Marlborough (Headquarters)

    Staples, Inc., in Framingham (Headquarters)

    Stop & Shop, in Quincy (Headquarters)

    TJX Corporation, in Framingham (Headquarters)

    WB Mason, in Brockton (Headquarters)

    Wyman-Gordon, in Grafton, complex metal components and products

    Companies along or inside I-95 (Route 128), not including Boston:

    Akamai Technologies, in Cambridge (Headquarters)

    AstraZeneca, in Waltham (R&D)

    BBN Technologies, in Cambridge (Headquarters)

    Biocell Center, in Medford (North American Headquarters)

    Biogen Idec, in Weston (North American Headquarters)

    Carl Zeiss SMT, in Peabody (North American Headquarters)

    Dunkin' Brands, in Canton (Headquarters)

    Genzyme Corporation, in Cambridge (Headquarters)

    Genzyme Corporation, in Waltham (R&D)

    General Electric Aviation, in Lynn

    Google Inc., in Cambridge

    Haemonetics, in Braintree

    IBM, in Waltham, Cambridge and Littleton

    InterSystems Corporation, in Cambridge (Headquarters)

    iRobot Corporation, in Burlington (Headquarters)

    Keurig, in Reading (Headquarters)

    LogMeIn, in Woburn (Headquarters)

    Meditech, in Westwood (Headquarters)

    Microsoft Corporation, in Cambridge

    Millennium Pharmaceuticals, in Cambridge

    National Amusements (Parent company of CBS and Viacom), in Dedham (Headquarters)

    National Grid, in Waltham (US Headquarters)

    Novartis AG, Inc, in Cambridge (Research Headquarters)

    Novell, Inc., in Waltham

    Oracle Corporation in Burlington

    Osram Sylvania in Danvers (Headquarters)

    Parametric Technology Corporation in Needham (Headquarters)

    Philips Lighting in Burlington

    Progress Software in Bedford (Headquarters)

    Raytheon, in Waltham (Headquarters)

    Reebok, in Canton (U.S. Headquarters)

    Sun Microsystems, in Burlington

    Teradyne, in North Reading (Headquarters)

    Thermo Fisher Scientific, in Waltham (Headquarters)

    TripAdvisor, LLC, in Newton (Headquarters)

    Zipcar, in Cambridge (headquarters)

  • 3 years ago

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  • 7 years ago

    Cambridge.

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