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Thursday, March 17, 2011


How Larry O’Connor, CEO of Other World Computing (OWC), Built his Business at Age 14 from Family Garage to Today’s $70 Million Company

In 1988, 14-year-old Larry O’Connor started his company, Other World Computing, Inc. (OWC), from the garage of his family’s home, with the simple goal of providing affordable memory upgrades to everyone.   Today, 23 years after those humble beginnings, OWC is now a world-renowned $70 Million+ zero-emissions LEED recognized “Green” company, offering an extensive line of high-quality value-priced memory, SSDs, hard drives, storage, and accessories for Mac, Windows, and iOS devices.

Ethics -  Intelligence - Passion 

OWC’s CEO, Larry O’Connor now spends each day inspiring his 100-employee team with his vision of ethics, excellence, attention to detail, and passion for delivering award-winning service and support to each and every customer.  

Headquartered in a 37,000 square-foot LEED Platinum certified “Green” facility, OWC has been recognized with numerous awards, including an unheard-of 4 consecutive year listing on the Inc. 5,000 Fastest Growing Privately Owned Companies, 5 time honoree of the BizRate Circle of Excellence Gold Award for superior customer service, and Elite status by  In addition, OWC’s socially responsible focus on being “Green” has led to a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Energy Star designation and Computerworld’s Green-IT Award, among others. 

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