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Griffin Technology designs and manufacturers computer peripherals, consumer electronics, and accessories. Founded in Nashville, Tennessee in 1992, the first products were primarily video adapters. In particular those to enabling the connection of DB-15 based Macintosh computers to the more popular VGA based monitors. June of 1998 marked Griffin's entry into USB based computer peripherals with the introduction of the iMate, which allowed the use of Apple Desktop Bus (ADB) based devices with the newer, and increasingly more common, Universal Serial Bus (USB). Griffin introduced additional USB devices, such as the iMic and PowerMate, over the next two years, and continued to enjoy moderate growth during this period. Griffin was one of the first companies to recognize the potential of Apple's iPod and introduced their first iPod accessories in January of 2002 at the MacWorld held in San Francisco, California. This was just three months after the the release of the iPod. One year later, at MacWorld San Francisco 2003, Griffin introduced the iTrip. The iTrip allows iPod owners to transmit audio from an iPod to a nearby FM receiver. The company experienced rapid growth fueled by the success of its iPod accessories, especially the iTrip. As evidence, the number of people employed by Griffin Technology increased by over 400% between 2003 and 2007. This growth allowed the company to take on more ambitious projects such as the Evolve wireless speaker system and, ironically, to diversify the product line to include accessories for iPod competitors such as Microsoft's Zune, and SanDisk's Sansa.
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