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02.Jun.2012
Foxman (ANF)


A-Eon has been restructured and moved to Wales
A-Eon Technology, the company behind the AmigaOne X1000, was founded in 2009 as a CVBA ("Co÷peratieve Vennootschap met Beperkte Aansprakelijkheid") - a cooperative company with limited liability. The company's main offices are located in Brussels, the main shareholders are Trevor Dickinson, Anthony Moorley and Ben Hermans (Hyperion).

For quite a while, there have been rumours that the company headquarters were about to be moved to Great Britain and that Ben Hermans and Anthony Moorley were no longer shareholders. On its recently redesigned website the company refers to itself as "A-Eon Technology Ltd.", according to Great Britian's company database it was founded two months ago and is headquartered in Cardiff, Wales.

The names of the shareholders are only available for a fee, but another well-known Amiga company is located in Cardiff: Leaman Computing Ltd., better known as Amigakit - the official X1000-distributor.

At director-check.co.uk, Matthew Leaman (Amigakit) is indeed listed as a director of A-Eon Technology, which indicates partnership in the company aswell. Trevor Dickinson's blog on A-Eon's website aswell as his behaviour on English Amiga portals suggest that he is still involved in A-Eon aswell. If the other founding members Anthony Moorley and Ben Hermans are still involved with the company is not known at the time of writing. (cg) (Translation: dr)

[News message: 02. Jun. 2012, 19:02] [Comments: 0]
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