As a result of its first bankruptcy in 2001, the company was split into two parts, OnStream Data and OnStream MST. The "Data" division manufactured magnetic tape products and the "MST" division produced the thin film tape heads. MST also produced microsieves and Microelectromechanical systems products. After the second OnStream bankruptcy, the MST division was reborn as fluXXion, a maker of high tech filtering products. As of 2007, fluXXion has had some success in filtering beer and other food products.
Prior to the first bankruptcy, the CEO was William B. Beierwaltes, a tape systems pioneer and founder of Colorado Memory Systems.
- ^ 2003 bankruptcy
- ^ 2001 bankruptcy and recovery
- ^ English translation of an article on fluXXion's Dutch website
- ^ fluXXion's English website
- ^ Corporate and CEO info
This technology article about a corporation or company is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. This computer storage-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.