Iomega

Iomega is an American producer of consumer external, portable, and networking storage hardware. Established in the 1980s, Iomega has sold more than 410 million digital storage drives and disks. On April 8, 2008, EMC Corporation announced its plans to acquire Iomega for a consideration of US $213M. The acquisition was completed in June 2008, making Iomega the SOHO/SMB arm of the world’s largest storage company.

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Iomega - Timeline - 2000–present
... RAID storage 2008 January, Announced eGo Portable Hard Drive 2008 April, EMC acquired Iomega 2008 April, Announced ScreenPlay HD Multimedia Drive ...
Syed Iftikar - History
... began increasingly to use CD-R media and FTP to transfer files, while Iomega's Zip drives dominated the Small Office/Home Office (SOHO) market ... and portions of the company were subsequently purchased by Iomega Corp ... The relative ease of use and inexpensive media of Iomega's Zip disks led to SyQuest's quick demise by the end of the 1990s ...
Ditto (drive) - Discontinuation
... In 1999, Iomega sold the Ditto brand and technology to Tecmar and exited the tape drive business ... The slow bandwidth of the Ditto also limited its usefulness compared to the Iomega REV or the older (and discontinued) Iomega Jaz ...
Hardware With Boxee Software Integrated - Iomega TV With Boxee By Iomega
... Iomega TV with Boxee by Iomega was announced by Boxee on 4 January 2011, this was the second Boxee device to be announced, and it was said that it will begin shipping in Q1 of 2011 ... Just like the Boxee Box by D-Link, the Iomega TV with Boxee is a Linux device that comes pre-installed with Boxee media center software and the hardware is based on Intel CE4110 system-on-a-chip ... Iomega TV with Boxee features audio / video output ports for HDMI (version 1.3), optical and coaxial digital audio (S/PDIF) connectors, and RCA connector ...
Excel Stor Technology
... Since 2004 ExcelStor has manufactured some of Iomega's products, including REV ... In 2007 Iomega announced it would acquire ExcelStor in a stock swap valued at approximately $315 million ... The deal fell apart, however, with Iomega paying a termination fee of $7.5 million in 2008 as Iomega was being acquired by EMC Corporation ...