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Dataproducts Corporation was an early manufacturer of computer peripheral equipment. Initially known as Data Products, the company was founded by Erwin Tomash in in order to take controlling interest of Telex ‘s Data Systems Division. Sustained by dagaproducts disk drive business and Informatics, Data Products began development of their first line printer.
Introduced inthe was a line per minute drum printer that used a moving coil actuator for the print hammer.
Incore memory was added to the product line. Dataproducts switched from drum dataprodcuts band technology in the late s and added dot matrix printers along with a series of thermal printers sourced from Olivetti. Daisy wheel printers were added to the line with a purchase of the business from Plessey in A joint project with Exxon yielded a series of solid ink printers.
Dataproducts used Toshiba engines for their first laser printers in Legal battles with Tektronix and Apple over the solid ink patents drained resources and ended with Apple discontinuing their product and Tektronix paying royalties. Davis, 47, a former Dataproducs Corporation senior vice president, replaced Graham Tyson as chairman and chief executive in May, Dataproducts was purchased by Hitachi Koki Co.
Dataproducts later used Fuji Xerox engines for their Typhoon series of laser printers. When Dataproducts was first formed, Informatics was created as a subsidiary that did contract software work and was headed by Walter F.
Acquired by Hitachi in