MSI announces strategic partnership, donates one PC

MSI, no strangers to charity, are keeping up their philanthropic efforts. This time they’ve donated one whole PC to Green Spaces, a co-working facility in New York for green-minded entrepreneurs. Way to go, MSI!

I can think of no better way to show your support for green initiatives than to donate a single $400 PC to a place for budding business professionals to congregate. I’m sure it’ll get tons of use. All those green startup initiatives need to save their pennies, rather than buy their own computers to be able to communicate and do business-type stuff.

Here’s the whole press release, for your charitable illumination:

MSI US Announces Strategic Partnership with Green Spaces

Corporate eco-friendly focus continues as MSI Computers supports the organization dedicated to providing work space for green entrepreneurs.

CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA – May 7, 2009 – MSI, a worldwide leading manufacturer of computer components and systems, is excited to be partnering with Green Spaces. MSI is intensely focused on operating an environmentally friendly company, designing and building green products and supporting causes furthering the green revolution. Green Spaces brings together leading green entrepreneurs by offering affordable work space, shared resources and a community to launch their businesses.
Green Spaces ( is a company that operates a work space collective where small, green entrepreneurial companies are offered affordable work space, shared resources and a community to launch their businesses.

“MSI is pleased to be a part of the green movement and the Green Spaces organization,” said MSI US Vice President of Sales, Andy Tung.

MSI donated an All-in-One PC, Wind Top AE1900, to Green Spaces. Green Spaces educates and connects emerging organizations and passionate individuals. “Green Space companies will make great use of the donated product and are thrilled to have the backing of such a tremendous company in MSI,” said Green Spaces Founder, Jennie Nevin.