Siren Software & Technology started trading in 1984 when Simon Cobb left Ocean Software in order to pursue his future visions.
Concentrating on developing software and hardware for the then popular Amstrad computers, Siren was selling its own in-house developed and commisioned software across the globe.
As 16 bit computers took off in the late eighties, all efforts were focused onto the Atari ST and then the Amiga range of computers. The Amiga computers have been very popular with video enthusiasts and in 1997 a gap was developing in the computer marketplace for a company that could specialise in computer-video.
In 1997, PCs were becoming increasingly more powerful and prices began to tumble. It was at this point that a viable low cost video editing system could be put together. With thirteen years of I.T. expertise behind them, the staff at Siren started to put together video editing systems.
Since the start of 1998 we have focused on computer-video & DVD production products and it is this wealth of experience that enables us to be a leader in the field. We actually use the products that we sell, which enables us to give our customers an insight into the potential that each product has to offer. We can advise which is a suitable product for use in a given scenario, indeed many of our customers are earning a living from equipment that we have recommended and supplied.
After sales service, technical support and installations are important issues. Our customers tell us that our technical support is the best in the business and we pride ourselves on our after sales care. We receive recommendations not only from our customers but also from the major equipment manufacturers and we are authorised suppliers of all the equipment that we sell.
Siren Technology Ltd
167 Radcliffe New Road
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Tel: 0161 796 5279