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Heading To NAB? Visit Us At Booth #SL14016!

Friday, April 4th, 2014 | Author:

NABshow_logoIf you’re planning on attending this year’s NAB Show, be sure to check out Team OWC at Booth #SL14016. The annual digital media trade show is officially set to kick off Saturday with exhibits set to begin Monday at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

If you do plan on heading to NAB and haven’t yet registered, make sure you enter our special code “LV2568″ during the checkout step for the Exhibits-Only registration, and receive an Exhibits-Only pass – a $150 value – free! The deadline to apply and pick up your free pass at NAB upon arrival is today, so act fast! Article Continues…

OWC Introduces Intel Xeon Processor and OWC Memory Turnkey Upgrades for Latest Apple Mac Pro 2013

Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 | Author:

PR_2013MacPro_128GB_Intel_XeonOther World Computing today officially introduced Intel Xeon processor and OWC memory turnkey upgrades for the latest Apple Mac Pro 2013. Options include 8-Core, 10-Core, and 12-Core models. The processors are fully compliant with Apple technical specifications and power requirements and are fully tested, qualified, and guaranteed to meet or exceed the processors available from Apple.

Full Service Turnkey Upgrades

The OWC Turnkey Upgrade Program includes professional installation and testing by OWC’s Apple Certified technicians, shipping both ways, and options to upgrade memory, add Thunderbolt technology external storage solutions to your order and extend the included OWC one-year limited warranty to three years. Article Continues…

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Women In Tech: Getting An Early Start

Thursday, March 27th, 2014 | Author:

PrintStaten Island businessman Anthony Onesto is trying to use the power of animation to get more young girls interested in science. The “tech guru” is trying to raise $25,000 to produce the pilot episode of Ella the Engineer, which is specifically geared to get more young girls interested in science and engineering.

Ella is a female hero who solves problems using engineering and software. Think of her as a Bob the Builder for the information age.

“There’s never anyone with a computer science or software engineering background that was solving everyday problems,” Onesto said. “Given that most everyday objects now are either connected to the Internet or run by software, it seemed like the perfect time for this.” Article Continues…

Geekazine Stops By OWC’s Austin Office To Talk Tech

Monday, March 24th, 2014 | Author:


While in town for the annual South By Southwest festival recently, Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine.com dropped in on Other World Computing’s Austin office.

Powers got a tour of OWC’s downtown facility and a got a first-hand look at the efficient new solar panel array on the building’s rooftop.

He also had a chance to talk about tech, upgrading previous generation Macs, and customer support among other things with OWC Founder and CEO Larry O’Connor.

Check out after the jump for a video of Powers’ interview with OWC Larry: Article Continues…

Women in Tech: Celebrating Women’s History Month

Friday, March 21st, 2014 | Author:

PrintMarch is the month of St. Patrick’s Day, the start of spring, and when swimsuits are already sold out as a result of those who have been wistfully dreaming about spring break since December. But more importantly, March is also Women’s History Month. This celebration began in 1981 as “Women’s History Week,” and was designed to honor the generations of women who have made significant contributions to society. The event was changed to “Women’s History Month” in 1987 when Congress decided there were “way too many influential women to recognize in just one week!” (Okay, so that’s not the actual legislative text, but the correct sentiment is there).

As part of our ongoing “Women in Tech” blog series, we wanted to recognize influential women in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) fields, both past and present. Women have always made and will continue to make significant contributions to these fields. Our intention is that these short biographies will inspire those considering a STEM field to pursue their own passions. Article Continues…