We’ve talked a lot about Other World Computing’s major environmental initiatives here on the OWC Blog.
We have told you about our LEED certified corporate headquarters in Woodstock, Ill. We’ve also given you a look at our on-site Vestas V39-500 kW wind turbine (our NuGuard KX case got an even closer look at the turbine). And our more recent efforts include installing a solar panel array on the roof of our Austin facility.
These are all pretty big steps in our efforts to be as environmentally responsible and green as possible.
But not all steps need to be big to make a difference. In fact, some smaller steps can sometimes fall under the radar. And on this Earth Day we thought we would highlight one of our “smaller” steps.
OWC Margaret recently took the initiative to start a “snack garden” planted in raised beds on the perimeter of the patio to make OWC’s already green campus a little bit more so. And Margaret expects the small garden’s containers to provide healthy snacks for OWC’s all-purpose room until winter arrives. Article Continues…
Apple has been ahead of the curve in so many ways for so many years. So it should surprise no one that they recently made a move that could have huge implications for women in the tech sector. In October, Apple announced Angela Ahrendts would be joining the company as an executive Vice President answering to CEO Tim Cook.
In the coming months, Ahrendts will be assuming her responsibilities as Apple’s vice president in charge of Apple’s retail and online sales. The move couldn’t come at a better time for an industry that needs to make a concerted, visible effort to attract more women. Article Continues…
Recently we showed you on the OWC Blog that our Thunderbolt cables offer great performance even at lengthy distances.
Tech website TweakTown also ran some tests recently on a variety of Thunderbolt cables from various makers, including OWC’s 1 meter offering, to get a head-to-head look at the cables’ performance.
Unsurprisingly, OWC’s Thunderbolt cable more than held up against the competition.
In fact, TweakTown’s Blackmagic Disk Speed Test with a Late 2013 MacBook Pro with Retina display showed OWC’s cables to be the fastest in both read and write results!
Check out the results from the testing below:
Other World Computing announced its next evolution of storage with OWC Jupiter Kore and OWC Jupiter Callisto. Both OWC Jupiter Kore and OWC Jupiter Callisto were exhibited at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas this week, at the Other World Computing Booth in the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Two Choices for High-Performance, Expandable Storage
OWC is pleased to offer two high-performance, ultra reliable, expandable storage systems for creative professionals working with rigorous HD, 2K and 4K workflows. OWC Jupiter Callisto provides unified storage for multi-user environments via Ethernet, while OWC Jupiter Kore is a Mini-SAS direct connected storage system that provides high-speed throughput for demanding single-user applications. Article Continues…
Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine.com paid a little visit to Team OWC at the 2014 NAB Show in Las Vegas to discuss the newest additions to OWC’s Jupiter line of enterprise storage appliances.
Check out the video below for the full interview for more information on OWC Jupiter Kore and OWC Jupiter Callisto. And if you’re attending the NAB Show, which runs through Thursday, April 10, come check us out in person at Booth #SL14016!