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Melco is a family business founded by Makoto Maki in 1975 as the company that is now known as Buffalo Inc. The name stands for MakiEngineering Laboratory COmpany.
Buffalo Inc. is currently one of the 14 subsidiaries of Melco Holdings Inc., initially founded as an audio equipment manufacturer, the company entered the computer peripheral market in 1981 with an EEPROM writer. The name BUFFALO is derived from one of company's first products, a printer buffer and the name for the American Bison.
Melco Holdings Inc. was incorporated in 1986; currently its subsidiaries are involved in the manufacture of random access memoryproducts, Flash memory products, USB products, CD-ROM/DVD-RW drives, hard disks, local area network products, printer buffers, Liquid crystal displays, Microsoft Windows accelerators, Personal computer components and CPU accelerators. A subsidiary of Melco provides corporate services in Japan like Internet set-up, Terminal installation/set-up, Computer education and Computer maintenance.
Buffalo Technology (USA) is the North American subsidiary of the group and is based in Austin, Texas.