Insignia Solutions, Inc. definition company
/in-sig'nee-* s*-loosh'nz/ A company that made its name as a provider of software that allows users to run Microsoft Windows
and MS-DOS application programs
, Silicon Graphics and Sun
, X terminals, Java
desktops, and Apple Computer's Power Mac
and Motorola 68000
Insignia Solutions was founded in 1986. Their first product, SoftPC 1.0 for Sun workstations, was introduced in 1988. Also in 1988, Insignia shipped its first version of SoftPC for Apple Computer's Macintosh. As the demand to run Windows and MS-DOS applications on non-Intel computers grew, Insignia signed OEM
agreements with several companies including Data General
, Digital, Fujitsu
, HP, Intergraph Corp., Motorola, Silicon Graphics, and Sun Microsystems.
Insignia Solutions sold its SoftWindows and RealPC product lines to FWB Software [when?]. Its major product in 2000 is the Jeode platform, a Java virtual machine
for Internet appliances and embedded
Home Page (http://insignia.com/).