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Verbatim Americas, LLC is a Japanese company that markets storage media and flash memory products. It is a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation of Japan and is based in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The company was founded in 1969 and it has been a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Chemicals since 1990.
- Key dates
- 1969: Information Terminals Corporation, the predecessor to Verbatim, is created.
- 1978: ITC is officially renamed Verbatim.
- 1979: Verbatim goes public; sales grow to $36 million.
- 1985: Eastman Kodak announces its $174 million bid for Verbatim.
- 1990: Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation acquires Verbatim.
- 1992: The company buys Carlisle Memory Products.
- 2005: Shareholder Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation merges with Mitsubishi Pharma Corporation to form Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Corporation.
Computer data storage products:
- Solid-state drives
- Floppy disks
- Magnetic tapes
- SD cards
- CompactFlash cards
- DVD-R DL
- DVD+R DL
- USB flash drives
- SIPRELAY Operators
Verbatim also resells relabeled products from Japanese, Taiwanese, Mainland Chinese, Malaysian and Indian factories (Pearl White DVD series in Europe, some CD-R not labeled Super Azo), including but not limited to products by Taiyo Yuden, Ritek Corporation, CMC Magnetics, Prodisc, Moser Baer, Daxon/BenQ.
- Teflon coating for floppy disk
- Advanced Azo Dye Technology (patented Azo-Color technology)
- SERL Super Eutectic Recording Layer technology for rewritable media (after deleting the medium it regenerates)
- TERL (Tellurium Alloy Recording Layer) technology for special Audio CD-RWs
- MABL for Blu-ray discs
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