Mushkin Interview and Tour 2011Bosco -
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Mushkin has been around since 1994 and has continued to grow over the years and is now one of the most respected memory companies in the business today. Over the last few years, Mushkin has moved into other markets to expand their company and they seem to be doing well. In 2007 Nick Ryan, one of our former reviewers did an interview with Brian Flood, who at the time was the Product Development Manager. So here we are almost four years later to see how far they have come.
Pulling into the parking lot I noticed Mushkin was located in a nice office complex in a suburb of Denver.
Walking into the office you are greeted to a big Mushkin sign on the wall, while turning to my right I see a custom Mushkin theme computer, with the Memory Robot beside it. The President of Mushkin's daughter made it - a very good job and it looks pretty cool in person. There are a lot of booths in the main area for everyone to have their own area to work. Along the back wall you can see there are offices there as well.
Here are some pictures of Mushkin's board room and the stuff in it.
So I wasn't sure what to expect and how much I was allowed to shoot photos for, but I must say they let me do what I want and wondered where I wanted. I can tell you it was so hard not to touch anything ... I was really struggling not to drool over anything. I now bring you the compound and all of the stuff they have on their shelves waiting to move. Note: Sorry to the OCC forum members, I tried to get a couple of cases of memory for you guys. But I would have had a hard time getting past the 2 guard dogs, and the snipers on the roof. :)
Here is the new memory waiting to be programmed.