Andrew Lowe

Andrew Lowe

Jack of all trades, Andrew E. Lowe is a Director for SiliconANGLE, with a focus on engineering. He also runs the studio at the Eastern headquarters in Marlborough, MA. With a scholarly background in both the legal and financial fields, he quickly differentiated himself with his problem solving and technological skills, which he later used in his career as a technology consultant for medium-to-large businesses and municipalities around the Dallas metro. In addition to his professional work, he also has a keen interest in all things art and history, studying both subjects in Italy, and even opening his own antique store at the age of 25. He currently resides in Marlborough, MA.

Latest from Andrew Lowe

LIVE: Violin’s Symphony, Meistro of Managing Systems

Updated with full video – see below. Welcome to NewsDesk on SiliconANGLE TV for Tuesday August 13, 2013. Yesterday Violin unveiled their next generation of memory array, joining us now to provide his breaking analysis on this new offering is Wikibon Co-Founder and CTO David Floyer. Symphony provides the convenience of monitoring and administering all the Violin […]

LIVE: POTUS Calls For Transparency Post-PRISM Scandal

Welcome to NewsDesk on SiliconANGLE TV for Monday August 12, 2013. President Barack Obama held a press conference Friday to discuss reforms to be made following the ouster of the NSA’s PRISM surveillance program. Joining us now to share details regarding the new reforms is SiliconANGLE Contributing Editor John Casaretto. The president says that while as commander-in-chief, […]

LIVE: Lavabit Closing – The Beginning of an NSA Coverup?

Welcome to NewsDesk on SiliconANGLE TV for August 9, 2013. In July Edward Snowden emailed journalists and activists through the email account edsnowden@lavabit.com to invite them to a briefing at the Moscow airport. Since then, Texas-based email provider Lavabit has garnered a flurry of attention and attracted many users seeking an email alternative that promised not to […]

LIVE: Hypervisor Goes Server Side Flash, Breaks the Status Quo

Updated with full video – see below. Welcome to NewsDesk on SiliconANGLE TV for Thursday August 8, 2013. PernixData, the leader in virtualizing server flash, recently announced the general availability of PernixData F-V-P, the industry’s first and only hypervisor for server side flash. Joining us now to share more details regarding this latest announcement is Wikibon Senior […]

LIVE: Presidential Incentives Key in Cybersecurity Reform

Welcome to NewsDesk on SiliconANGLE TV for Wednesday August 7, 2013. Yesterday The White House released a preliminary set of incentives it may offer companies who are willing to join a cybersecurity program chaired by the Department of Homeland Security, and the notion has many security experts concerned. Joining us now to share details about the DHS’s […]

LIVE: FireEye IPO Cashes-In on NSA Hysterics

Updated with full video – see below. Welcome to NewsDesk on SiliconANGLE TV for Tuesday August 6, 2013. FireEye, an IT security vendor, has submitted an S-1 filing to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, kicking off the process to raise as much as $175 million through a public offering. Here to discuss the FireEYE IPO is […]

LIVE: Nosey Neighbors & NSA Notions

Updated with full video – see below. Welcome to NewsDesk on SiliconANGLE TV for Monday August 5, 2013. Security Researcher Brendan O’Connor recently conducted an experiment to determine how easy it would be for the average citizen to create an adequate spying tool. Joining us now to share in the experiment’s findings is SiliconANGLE Contributing Editor John […]

Just Sim Case & Google: Terrorist Training Camp – SiliconANGLE News Roundup

SIMpatico!   In an update to our previous coverage of the story, a massive SIM card security hole has been fixed by all of the major wireless carriers, following reports that the bug could have allowed criminals to hack into hundreds of millions of cellphones. While no phone is completely secure from attack, the old […]

LIVE: Hacking – Only Good When the FBI Does It

Updated with full video – see below. Welcome to NewsDesk on SiliconANGLE TV for Friday August 2, 2013. Law-enforcement officials in the U.S. are turning to the use of tools commonly deployed by computer hackers in order to gather intelligence on suspects. Joining us now to share more on these information gathering techniques is SiliconANGLE Contributing Editor […]

Embedded Status Updates & Building An Ark in Six Days – SIliconANGLE News Roundup

Now That’s Embedding… Facebook just announced that they will begin to roll out a new embedded post feature, giving users the ability to publish their status messages across the web. With the new update, any post you make, including photos, and even posts with hashtags can be embedded on third-party sites completely unrelated to the […]