Founded in 1979 by Robert Metcalfe, 3COM was a manufacturer of computer modems, network cards, PC cards, servers, hubs, PalmPilots, and other computer components. The company also purchased U.S. Robotics, another popular manufacturer of modems at the time and owner of the Palm, Inc. brand. Palm, Inc. became a subsidiary of 3Com after the U.S. Robotics acquisition. Later, the company was purchased by Hewlett-Packard, which now owns and handles all the companies products.
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April 28, 2010 - Hewlett-Packard completed its acquisition of 3Com, and the acquisition of the Palm, Inc. brand from 3Com on July 1, 2010.
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1997 - 3COM purchased UsRobotics for $6.6 billion USD and acquired the Palm, Inc. brand with the purchase.