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  • Technology Companies

    • A. Datum Corporation
      • A fictional company in the documentation and training material for Microsoft products.

    • Abramo MedTech Supply
      • Detective Carter's murder victim Mr. Babic worked for Greater New York Custodial, a company that serviced business across the city, mostly tech companies, including Fukima Techtronics and Abramo MedTech Supply. (Season 2 episode Critical)

    • Again
      • Technology company offering a simulated time-placement service.

    • AirDream
      • Many AirDream client facilities deploy modern building automation systems that offer a wide range of smart building usage capabilities. These include, but are not limited to, data monitoring, energy–saving applications, optimal start/stop relays, electrical load–release, and demand–limiting conditional logic systems. (Season 1 episode eps1.7_wh1ter0se.m4v)

    • Angus Systems
      • Business on the directory in Choak Tower office building in New York City. (Season 2 episode The Outing)

    • Apex Technology
      • Dunder Mifflin customer with female employee named Gina that whose name Dwight apparently mispronounced "gy-na". (Season 9 episode The Whale)

    • Apex Venture
      • Technology company founded by one of Helena's fellow researchers in an alternate timeline.

    • The Argos Initiative
      • Start-up company looking for investors that meets with Logan (Season 2 episode Reunion)

    • Arkangel
      • Company that creates an implantable chip that allows parents to monitor their children's activities and location and much, much more (Season 4 episode Arkangel)

    • Awesome Computers
      • A fictional company in the documentation and training material for Microsoft products.

    • Barrytron Limited
      • Here is where Dwayne got the money to buy the agency: He borrowed it from the Midland County National Bank. For collateral, he put up stock he owned in a company which was then called The Midland City Ordnance Company. It later became Barrytron, Limited. When Dwayne first got the stock, in the depths of the Great Depression, the company was called The Robo-Magic Corporation of America.

    • Beverly Hills Ballet Company
      • Mrs. Drysdale tries to enlist Jed Clampett's financial support for the struggling Beverly Hills Ballet Company. (Episode The Ballet)

    • Biogene
      • The company that engineered the mutant python that could go 50 miles per hour, resist anti-tank weapons and had a voracious appetite for human flesh.

    • Biosoma
      • Company claiming to have created the first 3D printed kidney and implanted in Gordon Roper, who was murdered. (Season 1 episode A Dog's Breakfast)

    • Biosyn
      • Genetics company similar to InGen. The main building of the corporation stood in Cupertino, California. The company is known to steal ideas from other scientists. It is known as the only bio-tech company which employs more lawyers than scientists. Also known as Genetic Biosyn Corporation.

    • Bishop Dynamic
      • Walternate Bishop's company, seen in flashbacks to 1985. (Season 3 episode Subject 13)

    • BlackApple
      • Also known as Blapple. Only old people call it BlackApple.
      • Josh returns to the present to discover that his trip to the past inadvertently led to the creation of technology company BlackApple, instead of Apple. (Season 1 episode A Riphole in Time)
      • Fox, the new tech expert, uses a BlackApple laptop. (Season 2 episode Countdown to Prologue)

    • Bold Futura
      • Subsidiary of the Tagruato company: Bold Futura is the contractor sector of our company principally engaged in the conception, design, manufacture and integration of advanced technology products. Our engineering technology is the most superior of its kind. A machine made with Bold Futura parts works where others fall to pieces. A vehicle made with Bold Futura equipment will travel where others cannot reach. Our unique ability to function in areas of severe temperature or pressure can have desirable implications for our clients. In the past, Bold Futura has partnered with military organizations, space exploration institutions, and arms manufacturers. Confidentiality is the first pillar of Bold Futura. We keep the identities, orders, and intentions of our patrons strictly to ourselves."

    • Bray Aerospace Technologies, Inc.
      • Company listed on the Building Directory for 780 Mercer, the building where Reese's former partner Kara Stanton sends Reese and Mark Snow in to steal a Department of Defense cyber weapon. (Season 2 episode Dead Reckoning)

    • Brynner Information Systems
      • When a transporter accident sends Sisko, Bashir and Jadzia to the past, Jadzia is rescued by Chris Brynner, CEO of Brynner Information Systems - interface operations, net access, and Channel 90. (Season 3 episode Past Tense Part 1)

    • C-Systems Research
      • Paul Shannon's company. Used to be a government run facility - not supposed to exist anymore.

    • Carrot
      • Judy's phone (On the back of her phone is a carrot with a bite taken out of it like the Apple logo)

    • Catobatech
      • Matchbook Annie opens sitting at the top of the stairs of the mansion (Episode 5 Exactly Like You)

    • Claxion Biotech
      • Biotech company that Brian's friend and immortal mouse scientist Arthur Maciel and his business partner Paul Wilkerman started together, and then Paul bought Arthur out. (Season 1 episode Page 44)
      • Poppy changes her mind and decides to stay with Mythic Quest, then changes her mind again and tries to leave - but they no longer want her, as her artistic temperament not a fit for the studio. (Season 1 episode Brendan)
      • Rival studio that approaches Poppy about a job at StreamerCon. (Season 1 episode The Convention)
      • Poppy accepts the offer for a new job. (Season 1 episode Permadeath)

    • Computational Services Inc
      • Tech company where Vision works. (Season 1 episode On a Very Special Episode...)

    • Computational Services Inc.
      • Company where Vision works in Westview. (Season 1 episode Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience)

    • ConSec Corporation
      • Defense and security company which deals in weaponry and private armies.

    • Control Data
      • The name of the technology company advertised on billboard that actually reads "Obey" when Nada is wearing his magic sunglasses. "We're creating the transparent computing environment"

    • Corridor Video
      • Where Stanley gets a job paying $30k/year in Atlanta, Georgia.

    • Cyntechnics
      • Company owned by LuthorCorp conducting experiments on Victor Stone as part of the Machina Project. (Season 5 episode Cyborg)

    • D Wave
      • Company where a quantum computer valued at $10 million is stolen. (Season 4 episode Zero Hour)

    • Data Analysis Solution
      • Company where private detective Karim Washington's information contact Mo works. (Season 2 episode Nina Azarova)
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