Robert Fleming, David Hood, and Barry Rubery teamed up to find Pace Software Supplied Ltd in 1982. The primary business of the company was retail distribution Apple software. In the next year, the company developed and produced Fortress 3D game, the Nightingale modem, and developed software for Acorn BBC computer. In 1984, the company rebranded to Pace Micro Technology Ltd and moved the business to Bradford, West Yorkshire. Further in 1988, the company moved to Salt Mill, Saltaire, West Yorkshire, which is the current headquarters.

Over the years, the company grew both organically and through acquisitions until it rebranded once more to Pace Plc. In 1996, Pace went public on the London Stock Exchange, where it traded until delisting in 2015 after being acquired by Arris Group. The primary business operations for Pace include development, repair, and assembly of advanced electronics. The products include set-top boxes and fume extraction systems.

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