Join the remote work and play industry and CORA (Create Once Reach All) ecosystem at the 2022 virtual International Future Computing Summit on December 6, 2022. FREE registration at http://www.ifcsummit.com. SPACE IS LIMITED.
Helping discuss the “Play” aspects of the Remote Work and Play industry, Tamar Shoham, CTO of Beamr, is joining the “What’s Next for Cloud Gaming and Streaming Entertainment” panel.
Tamar is a leading imaging and video scientist with over 20 years experience in algorithm development and industry-oriented research, primarily in the field of video quality and compression. As Beamr’s CTO, Tamar has been leading the algorithm development since inception, focused primarily on optimizing image and video content using compliant codec. Prior to joining Beamr, she was a research associate at the Technion Signal and Image Processing Lab, performing and supervising research for the Israeli CSO NEGEV consortium, and prior to that, was in the algorithm group in Comverse, pioneering video solutions in the company. Tamar holds a Bachelor of Science from Tel-Aviv University, and a Masters of Science with honors from the Technion Institute of Technology, both in Electrical Engineering. She has published many academic papers, is a primary inventor of 40 international patents to date and winner of a Technology & Engineering Emmy® award.
The IFC Summit’s 20+ speakers include industry-leading organizations like Microsoft, Nvidia, AMD, Intel, Nutanix, HP , Lenovo, Panasonic, Jon Peddie Research, M2 Insights, Mythical Games, Poppelgaard, Beamr, Geogram, Trusted Computing Group, and more with more to come.
TIFCA believes the Remote Work and Play industry wants to find ways to grow its revenue and business further. If you are part of the remote work and play industry or CORA ecosystem and you share in this belief, we look forward to seeing you at the International Future Computing Summit!