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- Narro Sienar, CEO of Santhe/Sienar Technologies and father of Raith Sienar.
- Raith Sienar, a starship designer who helped conceptualize the TIE fighter and the Death Star.
- The Sienar family, an affluent shipbuilding family toward the end of the Republic and through the era of the Galactic Empire.
- Republic Sienar Systems, a historic shipbuilding corporation that built ships for the Galactic Republic during the Great Hyperspace War, the Mandalorian Wars, and the Clone Wars.
- Santhe/Sienar Fleet Technologies, the shipbuilding arm of Santhe/Sienar Technologies.
- Santhe/Sienar Technologies, a large umbrella corporation that owned a number of smaller military manufacturers.
- Sienar Advanced Projects Laboratory, a design firm that built the TIE Advanced x1.
- Sienar Advanced Research Division, a TIE testing installation near Curamelle, the capital of Corulag.
- Sienar Advanced Systems, developed a new engine prior to the Clone Wars.
- Sienar Army Systems, a military manufacturer for the reborn Emperor.
- Sienar Design Systems, Republic Sienar Systems subsidiary that created the Sith Infiltrator.
- Sienar Fleet Systems, a manufacturer most famous for producing the TIE series.
- Sienar Intelligence Systems, a manufacturer of assassin droids.
- Sienar Ships, a civilian subsidiary of Sienar Fleet Systems.
- Sienar Technologies, the predecessor to Santh/Sienar Technologies
- The Sienar Battleship, a Republic cruiser that served in the Great Hyperspace War.
- Sienar Mobile Command Post
- Sienar Systems augmentor
- Intruder missile
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