Amiga brings its multimedia system to new home on Snoqualmie Ridge


Amiga, a company that developed a multimedia computer system in the 1980s, is moving to Snoqualmie Ridge on March 13.

The company and its 70 employees will occupy 10,100 square feet in a building owned by The Inception Group. The building is in the Snoqualmie Ridge Business Park, being developed by Quadrant.

Amiga, a privately held company, is focusing on systems that will link such devices as video-camera recorders, televisions, DVD players and game machines to each other, said company president Bill McEwen.

McEwen and unnamed investors bought Amiga from Gateway Computers in December. The company was based in San Diego. The buyers moved the headquarters to a Maple Valley strip mall.