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Company History: From Applied Digital Data Systems (ADDS) to Boundless Technologies

Founded in 1969 by scientist from Brookhaven Labs , ADDS grew to be one of the world's largest suppliers of general purpose display terminals and workstations, with an installed base of more than three million units.
In 1976 ADDS introduced the System 70 computer system for small and medium size business. It was based on the DOS operating environment.
In 1979 ADDS introduced the Multi-Vision system, the first multi-user desktop computer brought to market.
In 1980 ADDS became a wholly owned subsidiary of NCR.
In 1986 ADDS developed and started selling the Mentor 2000 System and the PICK operating system.
In 1990 ADDS developed an in house factory management system, called Flexible Manufacturing, that used the capabilities of the Mentor system and PICK O/S to create a real time, Just in Time, manufacturing process. Since implementation of Flexible Manufacturing Boundless Technologies/ADDS has manufactured terminals, thin clients, personal computers and X-stations for more than 40 private label original equipment manufacturers, including IBM, HP, Compaq, AT&T, and Ultimate.
In 1991 ADDS was acquired by AT&T Corporation as part of the NCR deal. By 1992 ADDS was able to move all manufacturing of AT&T text terminals from Mexico to Long Island.
In 1994 AT&T sold ADDS to SunRiver Data Systems.
1994 Boundless Technologies (as SunRiver Data Systems) released one of the first thin clients, the TC-1, helping to create what is today the thin client market.
In 1995 IBM decides to outsource the manufacturing of the IBM 3153 to Boundless Technologies.
In 1995 Boundless purchases Digital Equipment's VT/Dorio line of text terminals and moves all manufacturing from Taiwan to Long Island.
In 1996 the company was renamed Boundless Technologies, Inc.
In 1996 Boundless Technologies gets NEBS certification for the 4000/260 LF for Lucent Technologies.
In 1997 Boundless Technologies introduced the Viewpoint line of thin clients.
In 1998 Boundless Technologies introduced the Capio line of thin clients.
In 1999 HP started purchasing the HP C1099A terminal from the Boundless Technologies' Long Island facility.
In 2007 Boundless Technologies released a new line of customizable thin clients the ADDS 5300, ADDS 6300 and ADDS 6700.
In 2008 Boundless Technologies was acquired by Video Display Corporation. Production, sales and support were relocated to the company's Z-AXIS subsidiary, a modern electronics design and manufacturing center near Rochester, NY.
n 2009 we achieved ISO 9001:2008 certification, establishing that we meet stringent requirements for quality systems and processes.
We continue to support and enhance our text terminal product line; for example updating our text terminals and introducing new ANSI keyboards.
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