In 1999 CMS Distribution added Freecom to their portfolio.
Founded in 1989, Freecom has stood for creating innovative and professional digital storage solutions. Their products are designed, engineered and certified in Germany to the highest quality standards to guarentee customer satisfaction.
Freecom have been developing high quality, innovative storage solutions that meet the needs of consumers, professional users and small businesses for thirty years.
Their vision, enable access to digital data which is essential to life in the 21st century. The converging electronics markets will be open to opportunities for companies who understand the transformation in both professional and consumer markets.
Their mission is to develop innovative products with appealing designs which lead to a high-quality user experience for fast accessing and safely storing digital data in converging markets.
Freecom are committed to providing high quality solutions and their goal is to deliver an excellent customer experience. They strive towards new ideas and aim to be the first in bringing these to the market. Since their inception thirty years ago, they continue to stay in contact with and listen to their customers. It is their goal to create superb quality solutions at reasonable prices.
The research and development take place in Germany, where their head office is based. Their R &D is strongly business-orientated and driven by the needs of their customers, innovation and focus on quality. They also collaborate with a variety of third party technology companies on joint product development.
Freecom are the winners of over 300 awards from independent test houses, designer institutes and computer magazines, making them a strong presence in the market.
Freecom is an environmentally aware company who wherever possible uses raw materials for the manufacturing of their products, for example, their circuit boards can be recycled at the end of their life. The company is proud that their products fall within the official guidelines for radiation and electrostatic discharge.