Launched 3D Blaster® PCI, which provides powerful 3D rasterization capabilities that bring workstation-level 3D graphics performance to the Pentium-based PC at consumer pricing.
Launched the world's first 3D game card, 3D Blaster®, a high performance add-in board to bring the excitement and visual realism of today's most advanced 3D arcade game into the home PC.
Creative's worldwide manufacturing plant in Singapore was awarded ISO 9002 certification for its quality management system by the Singapore Institute of Standards and Industrial Research (SISIR).
Creative and JC Hyun Systems, Inc. announced a joint venture in Korea known as Creative Technology Korea Ltd, another subsidiary in Creative's fast-expanding worldwide network.
Acquired Digicom Systems, Inc (now known as Broadxent), a Californian-based company that develops and markets a range of high end, high speed modem products based on the latest DSP and telephony technologies.
The introduction of HansVision marked the achievement of creating a comprehensive Windows-based Chinese Document Processing Suite with 10 powerful software applications for office and home uses.
Debuted its shares on the Main Board of the Stock Exchange of Singapore on June 15, 1994 trading in Singapore dollar.
Inauguration of Creative Labs (Ireland) Ltd as Creative's European Operations and Technical Center (EOTC) in Dublin, Ireland, which includes the manufacturing, operations and technical support services.
Vibra® Pro and Vibra 16 family of single-chip Sound Blaster audio solutions made available for the OEM marketplace.
Introduced Sound Blaster AWE32 which combined the powerful features of award-winning Sound Blaster 16 with the Advanced WavEffects wavetable synthesis capabilities of E-mu Systems' EMU8000 technology.
Set up a new company, Creative Labs (UK) Ltd. as Creative's European headquarters.
Creative and Computamart Pty Ltd announced a joint venture to form a new Creative sales & marketing centre known as Creative Pacific Pty Ltd in Sydney, Australia.
Creative and I*O Data Device, Inc. set up a joint venture company, Creative Media K.K., located in Tokyo, Japan.
Acquired ShareVision® Technology Inc. which develops videoconferencing products that allow users to communicate using video, voice and graphics anywhere in the world over a single regular analog telephone line while simultaneously collaborating on Windows applications.
Opened its US-based Technical Support Center in Stillwater, Oklahoma to offer expanded operational hours and more technical agents to provide technical support to end users.
Shipped Sound Blaster 16, which includes Creative's speech recognition application, Creative VoiceAssist that allows customisation of any Windows application with voice commands.
Acquired E-mu Systems®, Inc, a leading developer and manufacturer of innovative audio products based on digital sampling technology for musical instruments and multimedia markets.
Established its first Chinese Software Center in Singapore to provide better customer support and training services for Creative's Chinese software products.
Initiated sales and marketing operations in Beijing, China.
Announced initial public offering on the US NASDAQ National Market under the symbol CREAF.
Premiered Sound Blaster 16 offering 16-bit stereo sampling at a competitive market price.
Launched Video Blaster® a high quality system for display editing and frame-capture of full-motion video, thus affording a new price point for bringing full-motion video to the PC.
Shipped its first Sound Blaster Multimedia Upgrade Kit that comprised Sound Blaster Pro audio card, CD-ROM drive and software to upgrade 386 and above PCs to Multimedia PC Level-1 standard.
Sound Blaster® Pro, soon after its market debut, was adopted as the stereo sound industry standard for the Multimedia PC.