ATTO Technology is a manufacturer of storage connectivity products for data-intensive computing. ATTO manufactures host bus adapters, RAID adapters, Fibre Channel switches, Desklink devices, protocol conversion bridges, RAID storage controllers, Mac OS X iSCSI initiator software and acceleration software with storage interface connectivity to SCSI, SATA, SAS, Fibre Channel, FCoE, Thunderbolt and iSCSI. The company was founded in 1988 by Timothy J. Klein and David A. Snell and is headquartered in Amherst, New York. All of ATTOs products are engineered and assembled in the United States and ATTO has delivered more than an estimated 2 million products to the market in a broad range of storage applications and environments. ATTO’s first product was the SiliconDisk, a SCSI-based solid-state disk, released in 1989. ATTO received its first OEM contract with Kodak shortly thereafter, in 1990. In 1992, ATTO introduced the ISA, EISA and MicroChannel (MCA) host bus adapters for the PC market at the Comdex trade show. By 1995, ATTO added to its product line yet again with the introduction of the ExpressPCI SCSI-3 Accelerator, which received the MacUsers Editor’s Choice award that year.