Zorin Industries was a government contractor that specialized in the productions of microchips. The company was named after its founder and CEO Max Zorin. The business was presumably dissolved following Zorin's demise in A View to a Kill.
- A View to a Kill was the first Bond film to feature a disclaimer at the start of the film. The disclaimer reads "Neither the name Zorin nor any other name or character in this film is meant to portray a real company or actual person." This was added because prior to the film's release, the filmmakers learned of the real-life Zoran Corporation. Notably, the real Zoran Coporation specialized in microchip production.