Multitech, Inc. is an American multinational technology company that makes consumer electronics, computer software, personal computers and related services. The company was founded in 1973 by Michael, John, and August Reedley, and known for its flagship software products such as the Mask and RUDOS line of operating systems. It is currently referred to as the "Stellantis" of the technology industry. Its flagship hardware products are the Vortex, Flivia, Previa, and Juke video game consoles, Impact line of smart devices, and the Delta and Triton line of Personal Computers. Multitech rose to be well known in the the personal computer operating system market with RUDOS in 1987, followed by Mask in 1992.
After 21 years as its own company, Multitech was acquired by LMNO Electronics in February 1994 to become part of LMNO Electronics, but ironically for a short time; In 1999, interference from Apple caused LMNO Electronics to be caught in an false accounting scandal and many of the original founders of Multitech, including August, left the company. Michael however stayed, as Mike Harrington, then CEO of Multitech, declared in 2002 that the company will be dissociated from LMNO Electronics because of the incident. Ever since Apple's 2005 transition to Intel processors, Multitech has trusted Apple and had become allies for a while until Multitech rejoined corporate bounds with Microsoft in 2008 and afterwards attempted their second and more successful foray into the gaming console market in 2011.