Knowledge Identifier: &Telefunken
Category: Movies & TV
Founded in 1903.
Countries: Germany (33%), (17%), United States (8%)
Linked to: Marconi Company, Daimler AG, Decca Records, Transradio
Amalgamated Wireless (Australasia) - The company commenced operations in 1909 as "'Australasian Wireless Limited "', a Telefunken wireless agent
Amalgamated Wireless (Australasia) - Eventually the two settled their differences and, in July 1913, formed a new company, "'Amalgamated Wireless Ltd"', with exclusive rights throughout Australasia to the patents, 'present and future', of both Marconi and Telefunken
The name "Transradio" dates back to 1918, when Transradio was founded as a subsidiary of Telefunken
A year later, in 1919, Transradio made history by introducing duplex transmission
Helge Rosvaenge - Rosvaenge was a prolific recording artist, with records being produced as early as 1927 by the Gramophone Company , and later by the Telefunken, Parlophone and Odeon labels
The tube mill Lodz was shifted in 1944 with the staff from Ulm
Georg Neumann - At the end of the 1950s, the Telefunken VF 14 vacuum tube on which the circuitry of the U 47 and U 48 had been based, was discontinued, so Neumann came under pressure to develop a successor
In 1959, Telefunken established a modern semiconductor works in Heilbronn, where in April 1960 production began
Optical fiber - The first working fiber-optical data transmission system was demonstrated by German physicist Manfred Börner at Telefunken Research Labs in Ulm in 1965, which was followed by the first patent application for this technology in 1966
Mouse (computing) - When the development for the Telefunken main frame began in 1965, and his team came up with the idea of "reversing" the existing into a moveable mouse-like device, so that customers did not have to be bothered with mounting holes for the earlier trackball device
AEG - In 1967 AEG joined with her subsidiary Telefunken AG creating "Allgemeine Elektricitäts-Gesellschaft AEG-Telefunken"
Mouse (computing) - On 2 October 1968, just a few months before Engelbart released his demo on 9 December 1968, a mouse device named " was released that had been developed and published by the German company Telefunken
Mouse (computing) - The German company Telefunken published on their early ball mouse on October 2, 1968
The development and manufacture of large computers was separated in 1974 to the Konstanz Computer Company
AEG - In 1975, the former Telefunken Headquarter at Berlin-Charlottenburg, Ernst-Reuter-Platz 7 was sold
In 2000, Toni Roger Fishman acquired The Diamond Shaped Logo & The Telefunken Brand Name for use in North America
Transradio - The company was created in 2005, when Telefunken SenderSysteme Berlin changed its name to "'TRANSRADIO SenderSysteme Berlin AG"'
As a result of a conference held in Frankfurt in May 2009, Telefunken USA has been renamed "'Telefunken Elektroakustik"' Division of Telefunken and awarded the exclusive rights to manufacture a wide variety of professional audio products and vacuum tubes bearing the Telefunken Trade Mark, in over 27 countries