MAGIC is please to report that 15 students competed in the first Project e-Reboot Competition on Saturday, September 15, 2018. Together, e-End and MAGIC created an event unlike any other in the region! Set in a post apocalyptic world, Project e-Reboot challenged teams of high school students to create a functioning computer from recycled components at e-End’s facility in Frederick, MD.
The first place team, Detemmienation, included Alana Koh, Ben Bonen, and Elizabeth Metzler. They are pictured below with Arleen and Steve Chafitz, owner and CEO of e-End.
About e-End: e-End is a leading NAID AAA Certified provider of secure destruction of hard drives, electronic storage devices and all non-paper media. e-End is R2:2013 Certified to recycle a wide range of electronic equipment and devices; including PCs, servers, handheld devices, office equipment and all other electronic products. e-End routinely destroys weapons and a wide range of equipment and devices for International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) compliance and demilitarization. For additional information, contact our data security specialists at[email protected] or call 240-529-1010.
About MAGIC: MAGIC (the Mid-Atlantic Gigabit Innovation Collaboratory) is a non-profit organization headquartered in Westminster, MD with a mission of leveraging its community’s broadband infrastructure to foster economic development. MAGIC’s long term vision is to make its community a hub of tech innovation and entrepreneurship. For additional information, contact Amy Rupp at [email protected].