Rimage is a pioneer and innovator in developing and manufacturing systems for digital data distribution and archiving. By combining engineering expertise in robotics and digital media with software that provides the powerful brain behind automated disc creation, Rimage has led the industry for 40 years. From floppy discs of yesterday to today’s optical discs with soaring capacity and unmatched reliability, our products have earned a world-wide reputation as leading solutions in on-demand digital publishing.
Rimage celebrates 40 years of service.
Rimage released the next-generation Producer V disc publishing system and Everest Encore printer.
Rimage has announced Allegro, which features high-quality color inkjet printing in a compact desktop system.
Rimage announced Catalyst, a new product that includes the high-quality Catalyst 6000N and 6000 systems for digital publishing.
Rimage acquired technology from CustomCD, a digital duplication service bureau.
Rimage released RSS 9.0 in early 2015, with an updated look and feel to QuickDisc, support for BDXL Quad-layer.
Rimage becomes part of the privately held Equus Holdings portfolio.
Rimage changed its name to Qumu Corporation, reflecting a commitment to the enterprise video market.
Producer IV was launched, debuting new, contemporary styling and a more powerful embedded PC.
With the launch of models 3410N and 5410N, Rimage strengthened the quality of the Professional series.
Rimage Asia-Pacific expanded its MDS service into India with help from a local partner.
Rimage acquired Qumu, Inc., providing Rimage with a strong presence in the rapidly growing video communications market.
Rimage Information Technologies (Shanghai) Ltd. was established.
Rimage released the Rimage 3400 and 5400N models in Professional Series, which have innovative design, proven Everest print technology.
Rimage launched Producer Software Suite 8.2, which includes ZIP folder encryption and introduced WebQD.
Rimage revolutionized direct-to-disc thermal retransfer printing with the introduction of the Everest 600 thermal retransfer printer.
Rimage replaced the DiscLab systems with the Professional™ series systems.
Rimage had installed its systems in over 5,000 medical facilities worldwide, cementing its leadership in the medical market.
Rimage introduced the Producer III family, a feature-rich product line that caters to the publishing requirements of high-volume customers.
Rimage Japan was created to meet the optical disc publishing system needs of the growing medical industry in Japan, which was transitioning from film to digital DICOM image distribution of patient records.
Rimage introduced the DiscLab series of publishing systems, designed to meet the need for a small footprint machine that included Rimage’s state-of-the-art Everest II printer.
Rimage pioneered DVD-R support in 2003 and was also the first to combine DVD-R and CD-R production in a single automated system.
HP and Rimage collaborated on the Liberty Ink Jet Printer, which received positive reviews and experienced fast-growing sales.
Rimage developed the world's first thermal re-transfer labeling process for CDs and DVDs, which led to the introduction of the Everest® printer in 2001.
Rimage became the industry leader in medical imaging with its widely used systems.
Rimage purchased Cedar Technologies, a Minnesota-based corporation that produced compact CD systems with inkjet printers popular in the US and Europe.
The acquisition allowed Rimage to enter the desktop marketplace and reach a new customer segment.
Rimage grew its distribution network to include Korea, Singapore, Australia, and New Zealand.
Rimage introduced the Perfect Image Producer System, the first fully integrated automated CD-R publishing system that combined file transferring, recording, and thermal surface printing in one continuous uninterrupted flow.
Rimage introduced Prism™, the world’s first “laser quality” direct-to-disc thermal printer.
Rimage acquired Dunhill Software Services, a large service bureau serving a global customer base from multiple locations.
Rimage continued to expand with acquisitions of DataPath and Duplication Technology, a dupe house offering diskette, tape, and other specialty duplication services.
Rimage acquired ALF Products. ALF had been making manual diskette duplication equipment and was a supplier to Rimage and its competitors for the electronics board used to control the copy process.
Rimage established a subsidiary in Germany with one employee in 1992, which has now grown into Rimage Europe GmbH that covers Europe, Scandinavia, Africa, the Middle East, and Russia.
Following an IPO in 1992, Rimage was listed on the NASDAQ under the symbol RIMG.
Rimage expanded by acquiring DataPath and Duplication Technologies, which provided diskette, tape, and other specialty duplication services.
Rimage introduced the Perfect Image Diskette Publishing System in the 1980’s, which was the most powerful software manufacturing system to date.
IXI merged with MST, a competitor in the floppy diskette technology business, to form Rimage, which was chosen as the company name in a contest from "replicated images."
IXI expanded its product line to include flex diskette audit stations, custom and standard cables, high-volume duplication systems for diskette formatting, copying, and sorting, magnetic tape degaussers, analytical and consulting services, PC board design, assembly, and testing, and assembly services catering to the growing high-tech market.
Rimage's origins date back to 1978 when IXI Laboratories was established. IXI created floppy diskette certifiers, which diskette manufacturers used to test each 8" floppy diskette before sealing them in plastic sleeves.