WE MANUFACTURE HIGH-VOLUME STORAGE DEVICES BUILT TO LAST
At JMR Electronics, we believe that software is only as good as the hardware it runs on. That is why we build advanced data storage and storage servers that are dependable for those who prioritize high-quality master data management. Media professionals, government agencies and Fortune 500 companies regularly depend on our network attached storage devices to store sensitive data and media files.
JMR IS AMERICAN-MADE, JUST LIKE ITS PRODUCTS
We’ve been at it from the very beginning. Since 1982, our commitment to designing cutting-edge, advanced storage systems has allowed companies and professionals to thrive. JMR was founded by Josef Rabinovitz, a self-made Israeli immigrant who got his start building add-on storage devices like floppy disk drives and cassette drives for the world’s very first personal computers. After working at IBM and Hobby World USA, he decided to build a tech company of his own. JMR Electronics began as a vertically integrated business which grew to more than 400 employees, manufacturing metallic computer peripheral device enclosures in Northridge, a suburb of Los Angeles, CA. JMR eventually became a lean machine while still maintaining its vertically integrated business model, with a devotion to industry-leading attached storage technologies and exceptional customer service. All JMR products are proudly Made in the USA.
THE GOLD STANDARD FOR ADVANCED STORAGE DEVICES
As technology has evolved over time, JMR has met every challenge along the way through forward-thinking innovation. JMR technologies are used by many elite institutions, such as the United States Air Force, Navy, NATO, NASA, DHS and DoE. We are constantly developing new technologies and innovations, pushing the shared storage industry to greater heights. Our storage devices are engineered with the client’s needs in mind – if we don’t carry an external hard drive or shared storage device that best serves your infrastructure, we will custom-design a data storage system from the ground-up.