GeekSpeak for 2005-06-10

Shuttle Computers

The rise of Shuttle computers and their domination of the small form factor (SFF) computer market is a great success story. The fact that people latched onto the concept of the small, quiet, square-shaped computer was not surprising, but the fact that they bought Shuttle computers in droves was. Shuttle’s unique lightweight all-aluminum case combines a stylistic, aesthetically pleasing design without compromising cutting-edge features or performance.
The Geeks interview Cameron Rogers of Shuttle computers to learn
how they started the SFF craze and what they plan to do next.


Shuttle Computers

The rise of Shuttle computers
and their domination of the small form factor (SFF) computer market is a great
success story. The fact that people latched onto the concept of the small,
quiet, square-shaped computer was not surprising, but the fact that
they bought Shuttle computers in droves was. Shuttle’s unique lightweight all-aluminum
case combines a stylistic, aesthetically pleasing design without compromising cutting-edge
features or performance.

The Geeks interview Cameron Rogers of Shuttle computers to learn
how they started the SFF craze and what they plan to do next.

Hal called in whith a question on keeping his Windows Desktop and Laptop in sync. We suggested http://www.secondcopy.com/ on air. Dedi suggests going to versiontracker.com and search for “file sync” and also take a look at Keeping Your Life in Subversion article at O’REILLY’s ONLamp.com.


Since 2002, Cameron Rogers has been the Director of Marketing for
Shuttle Computers, the leading developer of successful Small Form
Factor PCs.Throughout his professional career, he has successfully produced and
managed cutting edge media and product deliverables. Cameron first
made his mark in the web media industry as co-founder of
VIAHardware.com. He continued his new media writing endeavors as a
technological writer and reviewer for the Inquirer, a premier online
IT newsmagazine. He subsequently delved into product marketing at VIA
Technologies, where he helped guide the launch of VIA’s successful
KT266A and P4X266 chipsets, as well as their Mini ITX platform.An innovative, forward, and strategic thinker, Cameron has excelled at
forming new business models for marketing emerging technologies,
revamping company initiatives and overseeing a variety of its
operations. Over the years, Cameron has amassed a wide array of
knowledge and expertise on various business aspects, including
developing key strategies to maximize all assets, products, services
and partnerships to developing marketing, advertising and branding
solutions.