|Headquarters||Mountain View, California, U.S.A.|
|Sean Adams (Founder)|
|Products||Squeezebox and Transporter|
|Website||Slim 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.
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).
- Tew, Sarah. "Logitech leaves Squeezebox fans wondering what's next", CNET. September 24, 2012. Retrieved November 14, 2014.
- Merritt, Rick. "Digital audio startup finds edge in open-source code", EE Times. August 9, 2004. Retrieved December 14, 2005.
- Smith, Tony. "Slim Devices adds 802.11g to wireless MP3 player", The Register. March 11, 2005. Retrieved December 14, 2005.
- Pogue, David. "Video review of Squeezebox 3", New York Times. February 9, 2006. Retrieved December 2, 2006.
- Atkinson, John. "Slim Devices Squeezebox WiFi D/A processor", Stereophile. September 2006. Retrieved December 2, 2006.
- Deutschman, Alan. "Ears Wide Open", Fast Company. December 2006. Retrieved January 6, 2007.
- "Acquisition by Logitech announcement". Retrieved October 18, 2006.
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