|[News] Analogic aquires Squirrels||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 18-Feb-2000 12:34 GMT by Christian Kemp||5 comments|
Ziggy forwarded a message from
We are pleased to announce that the rights to manufacture
and sell the Surf Squirrel, Classic Squirrel and Whippet products
have been sold to Analogic Computers.
This means that all marketing, sales and support is now handled by
Analogic. Squirrel files will still be available from the
HiSOFT ftp server -
- but without any support from HiSOFT.
Analogic contact details:
Analogic Computers (U.K.) Ltd
Units 6 & 8, Ashway Centre,
Surrey KT2 6HH.
Telephone: +44(0)181 546 9575
Fax: +44(0)181 541 4671
Please note that the Squirrel names are still owned by HiSOFT. Analogic
has the right to use the names, to manufacture the products and to sell
We are sure that the Squirrel has found a home where it will be cared for
and this will ensure it a long and happy life :-) Good luck and best
wishes to all at Analogic.
Stephen Marriott - email@example.com
HiSOFT, The Old School, Greenfield, Bedford, MK45 5DE, UK
Tel: +44 1525 718181 Fax: +44 1525 713716 Freecall: 0500 223 660
http://www.hisoft.co.uk/ PGP public key on request.ICQ#:29793027
http://aist.co.uk/ http://cinema4d.co.uk/ http://speedyshop.com/
|Analogic aquires Squirrels : Comment 1 of 5||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Anonymous on 17-Feb-2000 23:00 GMT|
|Well, I suppose we shouldn't expect IBrowse/any other Amiga products|
support from HiSoft aswell... :/
|Analogic aquires Squirrels : Comment 2 of 5||ANN.lu|
|Posted by James L Boyd on 17-Feb-2000 23:00 GMT|
|Hmm, wonder if analogic will EVER get their site done...?|
|Analogic aquires Squirrels : Comment 3 of 5||ANN.lu|
|Posted by John Block on 17-Feb-2000 23:00 GMT|
|Hi soft seem to have some updated ibrowse and squirrel files on their ftp, I'm probably not the only one not to have heard about these.|
|Analogic aquires Squirrels : Comment 4 of 5||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Adam Szymczak on 18-Feb-2000 23:00 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 1 (Anonymous):|
What support? The Amiga software scene has reached the point where users are required to pay for software that is not fully functional (V3, iBrowse, mFTP, etc). Quite sad.
|Analogic aquires Squirrels : Comment 5 of 5||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Robert Simmonds on 19-Feb-2000 23:00 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 4 (Adam Szymczak):|
yes, it is sad that it has come to this, but to be honest, i am suprised the support has lasted this long. The companies that are left are having to go to these measures to bring us software. There is VERY little profit left in the amiga at the moment, especially when it comes to software. hardware is a little better, because you cannot pirate a piece of hardware, but software is on its very last legs. I see it all the time. the shear amount of people who have pirated software, and dont even bother to hide the fact makes me sick.
But there you go, what can you do?
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