Slim Devices

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Slim Devices, Inc
HeadquartersMountain View, California, U.S.A.
Key people
Sean Adams (Founder)
ProductsSqueezebox and Transporter
WebsiteSlim Devices, Inc.

Slim Devices, Inc. was a consumer electronics company based in Mountain View, California, United States. Their main product was the Squeezebox network music player which connects to a home ethernet or Wi-Fi network, and allows the owner to stream digital audio over the network to a stereo. The company, founded in 2000, was originally most notable for their support of open-source software, namely their SlimServer software which their products at that time all depended upon, and is still available as a free download and modification by any interested developer.

On 18 October 2006 Sean Adams, the CEO of Slim Devices, announced that the company was being fully acquired by Logitech.[1]

Slim Devices was featured in the December 2006 issue of Fast Company magazine. The article focused on the company's business model and profiled the three key leaders: Sean Adams (CEO), Dean Blackketter (CTO), and Patrick Cosson (VP of Marketing).[citation needed]



  1. ^ "Acquisition by Logitech announcement". Retrieved October 18, 2006.