BenchMARK Computer Group North America is a company based around the advancement of technology. The company was founded by Kenneth Anderson and his dedication to make a smoother running operating system.
BenchMARK Computer is headquartered in Hawkinsville Georgia and is home to the world's most advanced Operating Sytsem.
BenchMARK develops all types of hardware including the revolutionary Mark Core Duo Pro, the world's most advanced desktop workstation.
The company also owns the NOW! Online Free-Public Broadcasting Networks, which allows churches, schools, and government to publish their news and information on the Internet in a Webcast form.
BenchMARK has also developed a promise between its customers and its patricarchs.
His legacy of products include the iTV and the new BenchMARK MARK core Pro. This operating system will use the new BenchMARK OS Aero 1st Power Edition.
Kenneth Anderson's adventurous legacy will be the possible expansion of the BenchMARK console for the real world. Kenneth Anderson is joined by his parteners when creating the worlds first and only single-serve Linux and Unix-based operating systen. Kenneth Anderson is planning on the release of the new BenchMARK XO Aero Media Center 2007 by March of this year.
BenchMARK expected profits for the newly formed company is about $250,000 in the first quarter of revenue. Kenneth's optimisim about bringing fundamental technology to the home fornt is the passion that drives BenchMARK into the next century.
2000-2002--The Development of Classic 9.2
BenchMARK had an aim to create the worlds first desktop that ran both on the UNIX cores and the NextWARE core that was developed by BenchMARK.
Kenneth Anderson decided to design the Classic 9 Suite, which included the new Liquid desktop theme and the new XS desktop theme.
2003-- Introduction to the X
BenchMARK unveiled the 10 Series Operating System for the Code Name Four Seasons Processor and was using it to develop around. The X series included the new Liquid user interface with the new eccentric look.
The X series propelled the BenchMARK OS to be the one choice with UNIX and Linux Geeks alike. with its new "liqidy" apperance, made BenchMARK the one choice amoung non-Linux users.
After the X Series started to burn out, BenchMARK decided to host a new idea which lead to the CE Workstation Project known as AERO.
AERO base name was Advanced Electronic Resonance Operating System for BenchMARK Computing.
2005-- The AERO OS is born...
AERO is the design of the final testing of the CE (Classic EDITION) Workstation Project, AERO is based on the three principles created by Anderson, live. entertain. simplify.
He chose to simplify the commands used to create a BenchMARK Desktop which used to be so cumbersome for someone to do originally.
So he developed the new in-station which he used to "build" an OS on top of LINUX and UNIX. He decided to use what is called BSD and KDE for the coding platform and built on top of it.
He created a challenge when he said this system will run on any type of PC including the Pentium III to the AMD FX2 64 Bit Cores.
Kenneth have also decided to create the hardware that is required to run his new products which includes about forty-five (45) software titles from games to media center edition software.
Aero is the main platform he says that he will for now on build his OS on. The platform is spectactular and is very functional when it comes down to the bare basics.
Aero has been compared to a supped-up version of Linux to a home LIFE Saver.
The way BenchMARK Decides to Capitalize certain letters of their products...
Since its inception BenchMARK has been capitalizing the last four to six letters of any of their software. The way that each product is set up is that the letters show the authencity of the product.
BenchMARK owns all of the copyrights in the wording of its products, and will fine those in all of its new products.
Please read Speeches and Innovations of Kenneth Anderson, President and CEO of BenchMARK at the BenchMARK site/KennethAnderson.