SAGEM (French Société d'Applications Générales d'Électricité et de Mecanique S.A..) - The largest French joint stock company. Location of the company - France.
The company was founded in 1924.
In 1985, by merging the three firms, Sagém became the second largest telecommunications company in France after Alcatel.
The company consisted of 3 independent units:
SAGEM produces: industrial communication systems, mobile phones, household electronic equipment and military electronics and biometric security.
In 2005 it merged with Snecma, forming a holding company SAFRAN.
In July 2008, within the framework of the agreements reached Sagém Communications company was sold to a French investment firm Sofinnova. Enterprises company ceased phones release under the Sagem brand and have been producing mobile phones for third-party companies.