Jawbone was the American consumer Technology Company that currently undergoing liquidation. The company was founded on December 1, 199 and their main headquarters of the company was situated in California, United States. At the time of closing, the Chief Executive Officers of the company was Hosain Rahman and designer of the company was Vyes Behar. The parent of the organization was Aliph. The company before liquidation also operates several subsidiaries named as BodyMedia, Massive Health and Noisetoys.
The company released several products named as UP, UP24, UPmove, UP for Groups, Speakers and Headset. They launched the first non-audio activity tracker in 2011. The tracker includes a flexible rubber-coated wristband which used with iPhone and Android app.
The company released a wireless, portable Bluetooth speaker who was their first product outside the headset category. The Bluetooth speaker received positively from the New York Times, Popular Science and the USA today. In 2010 January, the company launched the fourth Bluetooth headset.
Alexander Asseily and Hosain Rahman founded the company as Aliph which later became Jawbone in San Francisco. The company showcases its wireless Jawbone headset at the Consumer Electronics Show. In 2007, the company received $5 million in funding from the Khosla Venture. They also received an investment of $30 million from Sequoia Capital. The company value was estimated at $1.5 billion in February 2012. The Business Insider in September 2016, stated that the company did not have any inventory left. The company was also struggling to pay customer service agency. The company in July 2017 stated that they are going to liquidate their assets. The app of the company is still available for some Android phones. The company servers are still running, but it is not clear who has accessed to personal user data.