In the Client-to-Cloud Revolution, crypto currency and blockchain technologies are both enablers and equalizers for content creators of all sizes. The International Future Computing Summit is proud to welcome Melissa Brown, Senior Director of Developer Relations for Ultra to its upcoming Crypto and Blockchain panel. Read More
We received word that the IFC Summit is of direct interest to independent studios, small businesses, and start-up companies, and they need a ticket option that is more in line with their available budgets.
We’re happy to oblige! There is now a special ticket option for these valued communities listed at $495 USD instead of the standard $995 USD. It is a full access ticket complete with conference meals and receptions. It’s important that ticket-holder ventures are not publishers and/or are not partially or fully owned by major companies or studios. IFC Summit reserves the right to verify ticket-holder eligibility after purchase.
Register now because this class of ticket is in limited supply and registration for the IFC Summit finishes on October 31, 2019.
The International Future Computing Summit is thrilled to welcome Jen MacLean, Head of Worldwide Business Development for Small and Mid-Sized Studios in the Game Tech division of Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Jen’s entire career has specialized in meeting the needs of game developers. In the Game Tech division at Amazon, Jen is responsible for helping developers be successful at every stage of content creation through Amazon Web Services, Twitch Prime, Alexa, and Amazon.com. She is particularly excited about helping smaller studios innovate by providing many of the same tools and abilities that were once relegated to just the largest of companies. Read More
TIFCA’s International Future Computing Summit continues to attract market leading speakers that have something to say about the Client-to-Cloud Revolution!
Ernestine Fu is Venture Partner at Alsop Louie Partners and will be joining the conference’s investment panel. Ernestine leads Alsop Louie Partners’ investment thesis in 3D printing and other disruptive technologies, and her companies include: Gfycat, Jetlore, Keyssa, MXD3D, New Matter, Wickr, WiFiSLAM, and others. She started her venture career after joining Alsop Louie Partners in early 2011 and then led her first investment within two months. She then developed and oversaw the campus associate outreach program, targeted at university startups. Outside the firm, she advises startups in data storage, payments, mobile analytics, and gaming. Read More
An important part of the upcoming International Future Computing Summit is access to the investment community. Not just the investment community; people with a grasp of what it takes to launch brand new technologies from the ground up. The IFC Summit is proud to welcome Christopher Croteau, Executive in Residence at Intel Capital. Read More
The International Future Computing Summit running Nov 5-6 in Mountain View, California is continuing to welcome market-leading speakers!
AccelByte Inc builds and operates large scale online game publishing platforms via cloud technologies, services, and more. They also provide professional services for development and operations. Some of their clients include Epic Games, Electronic Arts, XBOX, GameSparks, Unity Technologies, and more. Kevin Robertson, their Head of Business Development, will speak on the IFC Summit’s games panel. He has 20 years of game industry experience, and his roles have included being QA Lead on the Battlefield and Lord of the Rings (LOTR) franchises, and Business Development leadership at Unity, GameSparks, FarBridge and now AccelByte. Read More
The Client-to-Cloud Revolution is about much more than being able to access your data any place and on any device. It’s also about being able to do things that were otherwise impossible. A big challenge that engineers and architecture professionals need to overcome is figuring out how to make changes or do repairs with existing buildings and structures. There are laser scanners that can collect the necessary data, but this is terabytes and terabytes of information that is difficult to work with and distribute.
Cintoo converts this data in the cloud to something that is a lot more manageable and workable so that architecture professionals can easily get the information they need to do whatever needs to get done with all kinds of information that was previously very challenging to work with.
Dominique Pouliquen, CEO of Cintoo, will discuss their unique problem-solving client-to-cloud efforts and give an on-stage demo of how their system works.
The International Future Computing Summit runs November 5-6, 2019 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. Additional speakers are being regularly added. Register today as space is limited!
Clearly one of the early adopters of cloud streaming technology that everyone is exciting about is gaming, and the upcoming International Future Computing Summit running November 5-6 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California is attracting market leaders in that space too.
Nick Thomas is the Vice-President of Commercial Partnerships for Hatch Entertainment, a spin-off company from Rovio (yes, THAT Rovio) that provides game streaming services with a strong focus on 5G and similar broadband technologies. Nick is a video game industry veteran with over 15 years of executive experience. Read More
One of the benefits of the upcoming International Future Computing Summit is it attracts members of the investment community to help entrepreneurs and innovators get ready for what’s next in future computing.
As a General Partner in The Venture Reality Fund, Tipatat Chennavasin invests in early stage VR, AR, and AI companies. He has established himself as a VR/AR industry spokesperson and thought leader, and has contributed to many publications and presented at various industry events worldwide. Tipatat is also an adviser for many immersive technology companies as well as a mentor for VR/AR incubators and accelerators around the world. He has looked at over 5,000 companies in the space and has invested in 34, including the makers of hit games like Beat Saber, Rec Room, and Job Simulator.
In the Client-to-Cloud Revolution, the client comes first because that’s where the user experience lives, and this will be discussed at The International Future Computing Summit running Nov 5-6, 2019 at the Computer History Museum in in Mountain View, California.
Gary Radburn is Dell’s Director of Virtualization and Commercial VR and AR. He manages the team charged with developing and delivering VR/AR technology and works closely with Dell customers on their virtual and augmented reality deployments. He also founded Dell’s VR Centers of Excellence with locations around the world for businesses and consumers to experience and learn more about immersive technology in the real world.
Gary is also a champion for virtualization which is when a high performance computer or groups of computers can have their abilities repurposed and dynamically shared through several machines as needed.