Insyde Software is a company that specializes in UEFI system firmware and engineering support services, primarily for OEM and ODM computer and component device manufacturers. They are listed on the Gre Tai Market of Taiwan and headquartered in Taipei, with offices in Westborough, Massachusetts, and Portland, Oregon. The company's market capitalization of the company's common shares is currently around $115M. The company's product portfolio includes InsydeH2O BIOS, BlinkBoot, a UEFI-based boot loader for enabling Internet of Things devices, and Supervyse, which is a full-featured systems management/BMC firmware solution providing Out-of-band remote management for server computers. Insyde Software was formed when it purchased the BIOS assets of SystemSoft Corporation in October, 1998.
|Founded:||18 September 1998|
|Founder:||Jeremy Wang, Jonathan Joseph|
|Products:||BIOS/UEFI Firmware, BMC Firmware, InsydeH2O, Supervyse, BlinkBoot|
|Website:||Insyde Software's Official site|
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