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TIFCA Announces the Triparity Initiative

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The Triparity Initiative

It’s expected that the future of remote work and play is going to need increasing amounts of compute and network bandwidth. TIFCA believes there are opportunities for the CORA (Create Once Reach All) ecosystem to enhance the cost effectiveness, user experience, and scalability of this future.

TIFCA is working on a solution called The Triparity Initiative: a framework that could help optimize our industry’s computing resources through the combined powers of client, cloud, and network. At the International Future Computing Summit, Thorsten Stremlau, Systems Principal Architect and Distinguished Engineer, CISSP at Nvidia, gave a high level view of how Triparity could work and welcomes more industry to join TIFCA.

International Future Computing Summit is ONLINE

By TIFCA News

International Future Computing Summit

Last week’s International Future Computing Summit was a valuable gathering of the Remote Work and Play industry and CORA (Create Once Reach All) ecosystem.  Some notable organizations that spoke included HP and HP Anyware, AMD, Nvidia, Intel, Microsoft, Nutanix, Mythical Games, Panasonic, Beamr, Poppelgaard, Jon Peddie Research, Vega Cloud, Trusted Computing Group, Bit Space Development, Geogram, M2 Insights, AgTech OS, and more!

We are pleased to report that all of the sessions were recorded, and we have begun publishing new videos on a regular basisNew videos will be posted daily this week and next!

TIFCA Launches The Remote Work and Play Forum

By TIFCA News

The Remote Work and Play ForumRemote Work and Play is the lifestyle choice of both enterprise and consumer end-users that need their computing experiences any place, any time, and on any device they may own. The remote work and play industry is represented by the organizations that make this lifestyle possible.

To meet the needs of this industry, TIFCA launched the Remote Work and Play Forum at The International Future Computing Summit. This forum acts as a conduit for growing business, enhancing customer and user experiences, and fostering new B2B relationships in this space.

The forum is planning its first gathering in Q1, 2023. Learn more here!

Bit Space Development Speaking at the International Future Computing Summit

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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.

Who better to have a pulse on what’s next and what the remote work and play industry needs to happen next than the actual customers of remote work and play tools, services, and all the supporting technologies?

This year’s futurists panel is gathering employers and team leaders that will discuss where they think the remote work and play industry is headed, what will drive new generations of innovation, and what remote work and play could look like five to ten years from now.

Joining this panel is Daniel Blair, CEO of Bit Space Development. Bit Space Development is an XR studio focused on the creation of immersive learning experiences and research into the creation of digital twins. Driving their remote workforce, Daniel is an award-winning entrepreneur & software developer. Dan has been involved in developing experiences targeted towards remote language learning and classroom experiences, trades and tools training experiences, and advanced simulators that involve custom peripherals to make learning remotely more robust. Read More

Nvidia Speaking at the International Future Computing Summit

By TIFCA News

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.

Central to The International Future Computing Association is CORA (Create Once Reach All).  CORA is an ecosystem of supportive technologies, methods, and frameworks that deliver the same digital content across multiple platforms and devices by leveraging client device, cloud service, content development, and network ecosystems.  What if CORA could contribute to the remote work and play industry?

Thorsten Stremlau is Systems Principle Architect and Distinguished Engineer, CISSP at Nvidia.  His focus is the security and manageability of Nvidia’s Hardware portfolio. Prior to Nvidia, Thorsten served as Chief Technologist and Executive Director for Lenovo’s Commercial Product Portfolio. His earlier roles at Lenovo also included Principal Engineer and Director for their Strategic Enterprise Consulting group, and Global Account Solutions Director EMEA and AP.  Thorsten is also a Marketing Workgroup Co-Chair at the Trusted Computing Group. Read More

Mythical Games Speaking at the International Future Computing Summit

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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.

Adding to the discussions in the “What’s Next for Cloud Gaming and Streaming Entertainment” panel is Bruce Grove, Vice President and General Manager for Mythical Games.  Bruce brings both British Aerospace engineering savvy and Silicon Valley entrepreneurial vision to the video games industry. From jet engine testing facilities, to the world’s first liquid-cooled gaming PCs, to pioneering cloud gaming platforms like OnLive, Bruce has dedicated his life’s work to building teams, tools, and platforms that go beyond solving a problem, and have helped shape generations of interactive experiences. Read More

Intel Speaking at the International Future Computing Summit

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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.

When users participate in a conference call, stream a blockbuster Hollywood movie, or play their favorite AAA video games on thinly-powered devices, it can be easy to take for granted the underlying technologies that make a great experience. These applications can often depend on a careful mix of cloud, edge, and network technologies which contribute to the full user experience.

Sravanthi Kota Venkata is Director for the Network and Edge division at Intel where she drives their product strategy, planning and management for GPU, Media and AI.  With a cloud to client perspective, Sravanthi will share the trends driving the future of remote work and play, the challenges faced by current day systems, and how these can be overcome in the future. Read More

HP Anyware Sponsoring and Speaking at the International Future Computing Summit

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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.

We are excited to add Ziad Lammam, Head of Product for HP Anyware to “The Future of Virtual Desktop Infrastructure” panel. HP Anyware (previously Teradici CAS) provides secure remote access to digital workspaces, and Ziad is responsible for its product management, strategy, and planning. He has more than 20 years experience in the end-user computing industry, spanning desktop virtualization, remote workstations and cloud PCs. He’s passionate about creating unique and delightful customer experiences. Read More

Microsoft Windows 365 Speaking at the International Future Computing Summit

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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.

For employees and team members to be productive, they need access to the right tools and the computing resources to support them. This could be challenging for employers because hardware and software costs can be expensive, and it can be difficult for their IT departments to support a wide variety of client devices and configurations.

Christiaan Brinkhoff is the Principal Program Manager and Community Lead for the Windows 365 Cloud PC Engineering Team at Microsoft.  He will discuss how cloud services are contributing to remote work and play to answer these needs, and what the industry’s future could look like from a cloud services perspective. Read More

Microsoft Research and the Trusted Computing Group Speaking at the International Future Computing Summit

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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.

Security is core to the future of the remote work and play industry, and who better to discuss this than Dennis Mattoon, Principal Software Development Engineer at Microsoft Research and Co-Chair of the Marketing Work Group for the Trusted Computing Group!  Dennis will discuss how now more than ever, hardware-based security and industry standards are critical to ensuring a safe and secure remote work and play world. Read More