Silicon Valley Map & Calendar
Silicon Valley Map & Calendar, now in its 28th year,
has launched a series of high tech posters that have grown into internationally
known promotional products and a symbol of Who’s Who in the
technology capital of the world. Our flagship product is the Classic Map, which combines high-resolution satellite imagery with official logos of the Valley’s top players. Silicon Valley Map & Calendar is published
in partnership with Silicon Maps, Inc.
The maps have spawned industry-specific
chronologies, including a series of four chronology
posters in worldwide circulation: History and Times of the Internet,
Computer Chronology: Emergence of the Information Age, Telecom Chronology:
The Next Wave, and Biotech Chronology. The DigiTokyo
Map, Silicon Valley Map & Calendar’s successful international
offering, showcased the high
technology players of Tokyo for a decade.
Trestria is a marketing communications firm that develops public relations
and promotions in well-timed and coordinated programs. The company
also provides database development, Web site and multimedia design,
branding and corporate identification, and collateral systems. Trestria
offers complete project management to clients who choose to outsource
most or all of their marketing communications functions.
Trestria has extensive experience working with Business-to-Business
companies in the semiconductor, software, IT, Internet, and computer
hardware industries. Our clients have included such leading firms
as 3Com, Cisco Systems, Daimler-Chrysler, Ricoh, Sony Electronics,
Sun Microsystems, Xilinx, and ZMD America. Trestria also works with
Business-to-Consumer companies and non-profit organizations, such
as the Executive Council of Homeowners (ECHO), The Enterprise Network
of Silicon Valley (TEN), and the City of San Jose Economic Development
The Trestria company began in 1989 as Amen International with the
introduction of the Silicon Valley Map & Calendar, and grew into
a successful marketing promotions firm. In 1990, the company published
Silicon Valleyopoly, the first licensed board game of Silicon Valley.
In 1996, the company began publishing the History and Trivia of Silicon
Valley, which later evolved into a series of technology chronicles.
In 2001, the company changed its name to Trestria to emphasize its
growth and the expansion of its line of high tech posters and calendars.
and Chronicling the High Tech Industry Since 1989