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iConnect is a large technological corporation that earned over 600,000,000 coins last year. (unfortunately, taxes reduced that a LOT)
- 1 Background
- 2 Operation Space Grabber
- 3 Products
- 4 Subsidiary Businesses
- 5 Company History
- 6 See Also
In 1999, the technology industry is having stronger competition between many companies, specifically Micro Hard and Soft, Peach, and Linus. They are fighting to the end, and other companies can't compare. Back then, Muffin wasn't there, and two small Eastshield operating system companies, both based in Snowville, lead to a merger after the Financial Crisis of Eastshield Technology. The others all collapsed, and several penguins wanted to rebuild it. They decided to form a group known as "Gator" on February the 3rd. They intended to create the what-would be Gator System, however, it was just found out that the video game industry is gaining more competition than that of the operating system industry. They switched to creating video game systems first. After 3 months, in May, they created the Micro Pixel Keychain Gamer. Not much is known about it.
Two years later, they switched back their focus to the operating system industry, which by then many wars were ongoing in Dorkugal. They created the Gator System and it's older sister, the Gator Advanced. It was not such a success. This led the company to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and eventually collapsed on 3rd May 2002.
In 2004, Guymed, after being bored for a long time, decided to revive the company. With the help of his friends' computer programming and graphic design skills, they created their first system... the Iceboy. They started sales for the Iceboy, constantly using internet promos and billboard stuff. That very same year, they created a mini operating system, the Ice Shard. These names came about from them liking ice. And on July the 27th, 2005, they changed their name to "iConnect". They also became a full-fledged technological company as approved by many. In 2006, sales SKY ROCKETED. Yup. And just because of that, they hired 500 penguins to work for them.
Sadly, 2007 was not so lucky. Something affected their profits. A fire started in the warehouse and data-record buildings. They lost their whole Iceboy line. Only several models are in the hands of several penguins and creatures. However, it did no affect on the other machines. The year later, they were voted as "5th Most Profitable Company in the USA.
Operation Space Grabber
Announced on December 19th 2009, with work officially beginning in Jan 1st 2010, iConnect begun the work of their first ever space project. With two subsidiary businesses, iConnect Space Communications and Research, and iConnect FiberPath Information Framework Association both working on a satellite for PASA that will enable space communication and tele-relay of certain transmissions, named "Stalactite". A space lander has also been confirmed to be in development, called "Enigma" will also launch on January 15th, followed by Stalactite's launch the same day. Enigma will follow Orion to Neptune, then pass Uranus, to photograph and analyze gas (and gas contents) of both planets. At 1:00 AM EST on 15 January 2010, the project was announced officially complete, and thereby entering the launch phase, which is also now complete.
UTOOSA has also considered using "Stalactite". They requested that it would be fitted onto a satellite called the Big Three Ranger and the Saint Ninjinian series.
Guymed announced he'd be selling the whole company and that he'd keep a 10% stake. He stated that it would be better under the hands of another company. Initially the buyers were Micro Hard and Soft and Peach. However Guymed didn't wish to sell it to them and turned down their offer. In a joint bid, Rex Goodwin and Brenden Stars, formed a company, RexS Group, to buy out iConnect as a joint bid. It went ahead and both Rex and Brenden owned it. After deciding the shares (Rex got 41%, Brenden 39% and Guymed, on behalf of the FRG, 10%), it offically went under new hands. This is extremely beneficial for both Rex and Brenden, since both had funded or own space programs (Rex has UTOOSA while Brenden has PASA). Rex also designed the PuffleTop and because of this, the Ice Shard will be released on it.
- Gator System
- Gator Advanced
Video Game Systems
- Micro Pixel Keychain Gamer
This is a list of subsidiary businesses owned and/or made by iConnect.
iConnect Space Communications and Research
This iConnect created business does research on space and space communications, as well as space craft creation for PASA space launches.
iConnect FiberPath Information Framework Association
This iConnect made business manages internet and data transfer research. This also includes a phone and internet company.
iConnect Aeronautics Research
This iConnect business was created by former members of the Space Communications and Research branch for the development of aircraft and for aeronautics research. This company is responsible for the PAF-15S/MTD and the PAF-30RH.
Video game company created by iConnect.
iConnect Military Dynamics Research
iConnect Science Center
Science research association, which is a non-profit organization.
- Group Formed
- Group Disbanded
- Group Reformed -- Named NO NAME PROGRAMMERS
- Name Changed to iConnect -- Became a full fledged tech company
- 500 Staff Acquired
- Fires in warehouses and record buildings, led to the Iceboy crisis
- Made the largest yearly earning of all USA
- Mysterious Development Discovered
- Released First Software Download
- SnowTek opened
- Operation Space Grabber Begins