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Damehowe Inc.
IndustrySoftware development
Computer hardware
Consumer electronics
Social networking service
Cloud computing
Video games
Corporate venture capital
FounderWalter Dame
Primessa Howe
Headquarters14 Gantoley Street, Fort Jubrayn, Great Morstaybishlia
Area served
Key people
Primessa Howe (Chairman)
Benjarn Holden (CEO)
Verman Bushuck (President) Walter Dame (Technical advisor
  • Damehowe Loop
  • Damehowe Office
  • Damehowe Servers
  • Damehowe Illustrator
  • Damehowe Dynamics
  • Prism
  • Damehowe Surface
  • Damehowe Phone
ServicesCafeNet, (Others TBD)
RevenueIncrease ♅166 billion (2020)
Increase ♅59.66 billion (2020)
Increase ♅47.86 million (2020)
Total assetsIncrease ♅311.58 billion (2020)
Total equityIncrease ♅122.39 billion (2020)
Number of employees
SubsidiariesCafe Net

Damehowe Inc. is a Morstaybishlian multinational technology company with headquarters in Fort Jubrayn, Staynes. It develops, manufactures, licenses, supports, and sells computer software, consumer electronics, personal computers, and related services. Its best known software products are the Damehowe Loop line of operating systems, the Damehowe Office suite, and the Cafe Net web browser produced by its Oan subsidiary, Cafe Net. Its flagship hardware products are the Prism video game consoles and the Damehowe Surface lineup of touchscreen personal computers. It is the world's largest software maker by revenue. The word "Damehowe" is a combination of the surnames from Walter Dame and Primessa Howe. Damehowe is ranked No. 1 in the 2020 Morst 100 rankings of the largest Morstaybishlian corporations by market capitalisation. It is considered one of the Big Three technology companies alongside Primrose and Cluster. Its microchips are manufactured by Metatron Corporation from The Oan Isles.

In 2000 Ars Software, one of the biggest Phoexy tech companies, began collaborating with Damehowe to develop the Universal Operating System (UOS). The collaboration resulted in the successful release of UrthOS in 2001.

UrthOs was an immediate success, being used by millions of people around the world.