MicroMat Computer Systems
MicroMat Computer Systems, founded in 1989, is a recognized innovator and world leader in the development of Macintosh monitoring, diagnostic, troubleshooting and repair utilities. Headquartered in Windsor, California, MicroMat develops, publishes, manufactures, and markets software and hardware solutions for technical, business, publishing, consumer, scientific/engineering, and government customers in over 100 countries. Its products enable users to remain operational and productive by quickly and easily identifying and repairing a broad range of crucial electronic and mechanical computer problems. Additionally, the company markets a line of telephony hardware and software products designed for small business users on the Macintosh platform.
Originally founded as a Macintosh computer repair facility in Novato, California, MicroMat has grown to become a significant source of Macintosh technical expertise for users and technicians worldwide.
Micromat's original monitoring and diagnostic utility, MacEKG™, was used by NASA on Space Shuttle flight STS-51 to test the effects of microgravity on digital electronic equipment in space. This was the first time in history that NASA has performed such an experiment, for which MicroMat Computer Systems was honored to have participated.