ⓘ Category:Defunct companies

Aeroflex

Aeroflex Inc. was an American company which produced test equipment, RF and microwave integrated circuits, components and systems used for wireless communications. Its headquarters were located in Plainview, New York. In May 2014, Aeroflex was acquired by the UK aerospace company Cobham for Aeroflex Inc. was an American company which produced test equipment, RF and microwave integrated circuits, components and systems used for wireless communications. Its headquarters were located in Plainview, New York. In May 2014, Aeroflex was acquired by the UK aerospace company Cobham for $1.46 billio ...

Alpari Group

Alpari Group is a foreign exchange, precious metals, and CFD broker that has a record of insolvency and regulatory difficulties. The companys UK entity entered insolvency on January 19, 2015, following heavy losses trading the Swiss franc against the euro. In April 2015, the companys US NFA membership was revoked, preventing them from offering their services in the United States. The company is licensed to trade in Belize Belarus Mauritius Russia The companys charter is registered in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. Alpari Research & Analysis Limited, which gives a London address, provide ...

EasyWay (outlet)

EasyWay was an international tea outlet that served hot and cold beverages with assorted flavouring. It started out as a small store in Taiwan owned by Kuo Wun-Ho and Fu Hsin-Chin back in 1992, its success riding on the popularity of bubble tea in Taiwan. EasyWay was a company with more than 700 stores worldwide, including outlets in Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the United States. EasyWay served tea and other drinks in sealed cups with heat-sealed plastic lids. Consumers could customise their order with such toppings as tapioca pearls or flavoured jelly. The tea o ...

Orbiscom

Orbiscom was an electronic payments company based in Dublin, Ireland. Orbiscom developed Controlled Payment Number technology to generate transaction-unique numbers for credit cards, preventing fraud by masking the original card number. The company was founded in 1999 by Graham ODonnell and Ian Flitcroft. In 2009, Orbiscom was acquired by Mastercard for €72.4 million and became a wholly owned subsidiary still trading under the Orbiscom name.

PicoChip

Picochip was a venture-backed fabless semiconductor company based in Bath, England, founded in 2000. In January 2012 Picochip was acquired by Mindspeed Technologies, Inc and subsequently by Intel. The company was active in two areas, with two distinct product families. Picochip was one of the first companies to start developing solutions for small cell basestation femtocells, for homes and offices. These help combat reception issues such as: dropped calls, poor sound quality, delays, and slow downloads. The idea is to increase the capacity of cellular networks and to address coverage holes.

Sakura Press

Sakura Press was a Russian licensor and publisher of manga with headquarters in Moscow. The company was established in 2003. It was headed by general director Sergei Kharlamov. According to their official website, it was the first Russian company who started to publish manga. The first two volumes of Ranma ½ were released on April 2005. Sakura Press reversed the pages in all releases, for which it was criticized by fandom. It stopped publishing manga and updating their site in 2011 and became officially defunct in 2016.

Small Rockets

Small Rockets was a British computer game developer located in Guildford, England. The company was founded in October 2000 and created and sold PC games online.

Zi Corporation

Zi Corporation was a software company based in Calgary, Canada. The company was founded on 4 December 1987 as Cancom Ventures Inc, owning an Edmonton secretarial college and an industrial equipment rental business. On 30 August 1989 the name was changed to Multi-Corp Inc. In 1993, board member Michael Lobsinger took control of the company, became CEO, and turned the company towards the telecommunications industry, purchasing several privately held companies involved in the telecommunications businesses, and in November 1993, Multi-Corp entered into an exclusive licensing agreement with Eri ...

                                     

ⓘ Defunct companies

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