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  • ABS Computer Technologies (Parent: Newegg)
  • Alphabet Inc.
  • Amiga, Inc.
  • Alienware (Parent: Dell)
  • Dell
  • Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS)
  • Gigabyte
  • Grundig (Parent: Arçelik)
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • HP Inc. (formerly Hewlett-Packard)
    • Compaq
  • Lenovo
  • Micro-Star International (MSI)

Companies that have ceased production[edit]

  • Acorn Computers - Bought by Morgan Stanley and renamed as Element 14 in 1999.
  • Alliant Computer Systems - Ceased operations in 1992.
  • Altos Computer Systems - Acquired by Acer in 1990.
  • Amdahl Corporation - A wholly owned subsidiary of Fujitsu since 1997.
  • Apollo Computer - Acquired by Hewlett-Packard in 1989.
  • Apricot Computers - Ceased operations in 1999.
  • Ardent Computer - Merged with Stellar Computer to form Stardent in 1989.
  • AST Computers, LLC - Exited the computer market in 2001.
  • Burroughs - Merged with Sperry to form Unisys in 1986.
  • Celerity Computing - Acquired by Floating Point Systems in 1988.
  • Commodore International - Declared bankruptcy in 1994.
  • Compaq - Acquired by Hewlett-Packard in 2002. Defunct as a subsidiary as of 2013.
  • CompuAdd - Filed for bankruptcy in 1993.
  • Control Data Corporation (CDC) - Shrank as units were spun off from 1988 to 1992; remainder is now Ceridian.
  • Convergent Technologies - Acquired by Unisys in 1988.
  • Convex Computer - Purchased by The Hewlett-Packard Company in 1995.
  • Corona Data Systems - among the original 'IBM PC Compatible' clone makers
  • Data General - was one of the first minicomputer firms from the late 1960s, purchased by EMC in 1999 for its innovative RAID array storage.
  • Digital Equipment Corporation - Acquired by Compaq in 1998.
  • Durango Systems Corporation - Merged with Molecular Systems in 1982 which went bankrupt in 1984
  • Eagle Computer - Ceased operations in 1986.
  • Eckert–Mauchly Computer - Acquired by Remington Rand in 1950.
  • Elonex — Sells tablets (as of 2011)
  • Encore Computer - Acquired by Gores Technology Group in 1998 and renamed to Encore Real Time Computing.
  • English Electric - Merged into International Computers Limited.
  • eMachines - Discontinued by its current owner Acer in 2012.
  • Escom - Declared bankruptcy on July 15, 1996.
  • Everex - US subsidiary closed in 2009.
  • Evesham - Merged into TIME Computers.
  • Franklin Computer Corporation - Exited computer hardware business and reorganized into Franklin Electronic Publishers.
  • Gateway - Acquired by Acer in October 2007.
  • General Electric - Sold its computer division to Honeywell in 1970.
  • Gericom - Acquired by Quanmax then merged with S&T.
  • Gould Electronics - Sold its computer division to Nippon Mining in 1988, who in turn sold it to Encore Computer later that year.
  • Hewlett-Packard - Spun off into Hewlett Packard Enterprise and renamed as HP Inc. in 2015
  • Honeywell - Sold its computer division to Groupe Bull in 1991.
  • International Computers and Tabulators (ICT) - Merged into International Computers Limited.
  • International Computers Limited (ICL) - Now part of Fujitsu.
  • Kaypro - Filed for bankruptcy in 1992.
  • Leading Edge - Mid '80s leader in PC clone for the masses - Manufacturing done first by Mitsubishi then Daewoo.
  • LEO Computers - Lyons Electronic Office. In 1963 merged with English Electric, then Marconi and eventually merged into International Computers Limited (ICL) in 1968.
  • Luxor AB - Ended in 1986 after being acquired by Nokia the previous year.
  • Magnavox - Philips PCs rebadged for the USA and Canada.[1]
  • Magnuson Computer Systems - Filed for bankruptcy in the early 1980s.
  • Maxdata (Germany) - Insolvent in 2008; warranty for existing products taken over by then the Swiss Belinea AG (see Belinea), now owned by Bluechip Computer. Warranty for Belinea products purchased before 1 November 2008 is not serviced anymore by Bluechip Computer.[2]
  • Micron Technology -
  • Mitsubishi Electronics - Closed computer systems division in 1990; Manufactured systems for Leading Edge and Sperry-Unisys
  • MPC (formerly MicronPC) - Filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy on November 7, 2008. Efforts at reorganization failed.
  • Multiflow Computer - Ceased operations in 1990.
  • NeXT - Acquired by Apple Computer in 1997.
  • Nixdorf Computer - Acquired by Siemens in 1991, renamed Siemens Nixdorf Informationssysteme AG.
  • Northgate Computer Systems - Acquired by Lan Plus in 1997, after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 1994.
  • Osborne Computer - Ceased operations in 1985; rights to the Osborne brand were sold to Mikrolog.
  • Packard Bell - Subsidiary of Acer.
  • Philips - Sold their PC division to Digital Equipment Corporation.
  • Prime Computer - Acquired by Parametric Technology Corporation in 1998.
  • Processor Technology - Ceased operations in 1979.
  • Psystar - Under 2009 permanent injunction to stop selling computers with Apple's Mac OS X operating system. Psystar's web site has since disappeared.
  • Pyramid Technology - Acquired by Siemens in 1995.
  • Quantex Microsystems - Bankrupt in 2000.
  • RCA - Exited the computer business in 1971; Sperry Rand took over RCA's installed base in 1972.
  • Research Machines - Exited manufacturing in late 2013. Brand continues as a services company.
  • Remington Rand - Acquired by Sperry to form Sperry Rand in 1955.
  • Sanyo - Bought out by Panasonic.
  • Scientific Data Systems - Acquired by Xerox in 1969.
  • Sequent Computer Systems - Acquired by IBM in 1999.
  • Siemens - Computer division (Siemens Nixdorf Informationssysteme AG) merged 50/50 with Fujitsu into Fujitsu Siemens Computers in 1999, then Siemens half bought by Fujitsu in 2009.
  • Silicon Graphics - Acquired by Rackable Systems in 2009, when Rackable then re-branded to SGI, and later acquired by Hewlett Packard Enterprise in November 2016.
  • Sinclair Research - Acquired by Amstrad in 1986.
  • Solbourne Computer - Acquired by Deloitte Consulting in 2008.
  • Sperry - Merged with Burroughs to form Unisys in 1986.
  • Sperry Rand - Dropped 'Rand' from its name in 1978 and continued as Sperry.
  • Stardent - Ceased operations in 1992.
  • Sun Microsystems - Acquired by Oracle Corporation in 2010.
  • Systems Engineering Laboratories - Acquired by Gould Electronics in 1981 and became Gould's computer division.
  • Systime Computers Ltd – Once Britain's second largest, acquired by Control Data Corporation in 1985, broken up in 1989.
  • Tandy Corporation - Previous parent company of RadioShack, produced the TRS-80 and Tandy 1000 and 2000IBM PCcompatible computers. Sold their computer division to AST Research in 1993.
  • Tiny Computers - Merged into TIME Computers.
  • Averatec - Averatec subsidiary goes out of business in 2012.
  • Tulip Computers - Changed its name to Nedfield NV in 2008, pronounced bankrupt on 3 September 2009.
  • Vigor Gaming (USA) - Disappeared in March 2010.
  • VTech - Ceased PC manufacturing.
  • Wang Laboratories - Acquired by Getronics in 1999.
  • Wipro - Ceased PC manufacturing.
  • Xerox - Exited the computer business.
  • Zenith Data Systems - Merged With Packard Bell and NEC in 1996.
  • Zeos - Merged into MPC Corporation in 1996, which in turn filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2008.

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See also[edit]


  1. ^'IBM ValuePoint Collection'. ibmvaluepoint.blogspot.com.
  2. ^'Wie becomme ich Service oder Informationen zu alten Belinea Produkten?'. FAQs (in German). Belinea. Archived from the original on 2011-04-13. Retrieved 2011-11-12.

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