UK-based independent computer manufacturer Mesh Computers has gone into administration following a review of its financial position.
The decision was made by the board of directors on Tuesday, according to a statement from the appointed administrators MacIntyre Hudson.
Some Mesh Computer assets will be purchased by the computer component distributor PC Peripherals, MacIntyre Hudson added.
"We are pleased to have completed this have acquisition and see it as an excellent platform from which to develop our business. Mesh Computers' 25 year history of manufacturing in the UK is a solid foundation to build from," Reza Jafari, owner and director of PC Peripherals, said in a statement.
PC Peripherals will provide hardware support for customers still within their original warranty period.
Customers that have outstanding orders paid for by credit card are advised to try and obtain a refund from their credit card provider. Customers who used other payment methods or that cannot obtain a refund from their credit card provider have been advised to contact MacIntyre Hudson directly. It may take up to seven days to receive a response to any enquiry, the accounting firm added.