Iomega is a producer of consumer external, portable and networking storage hardware. Established in the 1980s, Iomega has sold more than 400 million digital storage drives and disks. Recently purchased by EMC in June 2008, Iomega has become the SOHO/SMB arm of the world’s largest storage company.
On April 8, 2008, EMC Corporation announced its plans to acquire Iomega for a consideration of US$213M. The acquisition was completed in June 2008.
Iomega designed and manufactured a range of products designed to compete with and ultimately replace the 3.5" Floppy Disk.
Some of these products came very close to this goal whilst also achieving status in their own right as highly collectable items.
- Bernoulli Box
- Zip Drive
- Jaz Drive
- MiniMax Drive
- Iomega REV
- Iomega Ditto
- Iomega Pocket Zip drive
Initial Iomega products connected to a computer via SCSI or Parallel port. Later models used USB.
We have a small collection of iomega drivers here on the site.