We're Alot Like You
We believe conserving our natural resources is important, but we also believe changing behavior is hard.
We do our best to recycle, but there are times when a bottle ends up
in the trash. We’re driving a little less and combining shopping trips,
but we also own SUVs. We’re committed to saving water, but we’ve left the faucet running while shaving or washing dishes.
We think we’re a lot like you and that’s why we think you’ll love our philosophy for effective conservation. It’s about leveraging technology and innovation instead of behavior change and sacrifice to save our resources and lower our bills. It’s about creating great looking, feeling and performing products that allow you to truly – enjoy more. use less.
The level of mechanical engineering expertise necessary for
creating a prototype is one thing, but properly engineering a product
for production is quite another. After all, production-ready designs
must be easily manufacturable and withstand years of user abuse. As a
company that designs and develops its own products, Evolve Technologies
knows the difference between the two and delivers designs withstanding
the tests of time.
Our founders have also overseen some of the most complex
electrical engineering challenges imaginable – winning the Best of
Comdex, New Technology Award for transporting a computer’s PCI Bus over a high-speed, serialized cable link. The invention revolutionized mobile computing docking, video, and storage while forging foundations for today’s PCI Express and Thunderbolt technologies.
Developing products is our passion, but its impossible to succeed
unless you can develop markets too. Throughout the years we’ve leveraged our research-driven, consultative approach to create both consumer and commercial markets while placing products at major retailers such as Ace Hardware, BJ’s Wholesale, Costco, Home Depot, QVC and Sam’s Club. We’ve been an OEM supplier to the largest brands in the computing and CE industries including APC, Belkin, Dell, HP, IBM, Microsoft, Targus, and Toshiba. We’ve also successfully introduced new technologies into the largest ratepayer-funded conservation programs in the US.