From client to cloud to the network between them, the International Future Computing Summit is gathering market leaders and innovators from the Remote Work and Play industry and the CORA (Create Once Reach All) ecosystem. Held online on December 6, 2022, the summit will discuss the industry’s future as well as its challenges and solutions for meeting the needs of employers, team leaders, and users wishing to engage and support this lifestyle. The International Future Computing Association (TIFCA) is hosting this summit to help identify shared challenges and opportunities in the remote work and play industry that the CORA ecosystem could help solve together. The call for speakers and sponsors is open!
The International Future Computing Association’s mission is to develop open frameworks and initiatives that enable technology adoption.
Weekly ecosystem meetings, investigative research, new relationships, and exciting initiatives have all made 2021 a great year for TIFCA. Now we are getting ready for 2022!
One of the goals of the TIFCA membership was to better understand the ecosystem it lives in. Based on our findings, we discovered an industry truth we call CORA (Create Once Reach All). CORA refers to methods and frameworks that deliver the same digital content across multiple platforms and devices. TIFCA is contributing to this space, and we have launched itscora.com – a portal about the CORA ecosystem and where its future is heading. Read More
The International Future Computing Association (TIFCA) is proud to curate a series of talks at the upcoming Realtime Conference all about “The Practical Metaverse”. Focused on collaborative experiences and technologies, this series of talks discusses the metaverse of today, the metaverse of tomorrow, and how the ecosystem can bridge the two.
Neil Schneider, Executive Director of TIFCA and Dr. Jon Peddie, CEO of Jon Peddie Research will moderate a series of talks and panels featuring industry leaders from Intel, Nvidia, Lenovo, The Khronos Group, BeamR, M2 Insights, HTC, SiliconArts, Foundry, and more!
Mr. Schneider and Dr. Peddie will also deliver keynote addresses about the future of the metaverse along with the latest progress with TIFCA’s Project CORA.
Gamasutra has published the second part of TIFCA’s series about the future of cross-platform and client-cloud computing. Part 2 highlights Epic Games’ Fortnite and CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 as case studies of where the ecosystem is today as well as the challenges it faces. This is followed by potential solutions being put forward by TIFCA. Read More
Neil Schneider is the Executive Director of The International Future Computing Association. Neil regularly contributes to Gamasutra, and his latest article is a follow-up to the 2020 International Future Computing Summit and its first reveal of the Project CORA Vision Paper last December. Read More
Project CORA (Create Once Reach All) is the proposal to enable a single piece of content to run on many client devices from a single workflow and build process. It can take advantage of the capabilities of each client device, and support a client, cloud, and hybrid client-cloud workload balanced compute ecosystem.
The International Future Computing Association has published an Executive Summary of its soon to be released Project CORA Vision Paper. TIFCA welcomes the industry to contribute to Project CORA through participation, framework engineering, and bold new ideas. Read More
Project CORA (Create Once Reach All) is the proposal to enable a single piece of content to run on multiple client devices and compute models from a single workflow and build process. It can take advantage of the capabilities of each client device, and support a client, cloud, and hybrid client-cloud workload balanced compute ecosystem. Read More
Running virtually on December 16, 2020, the International Future Computing Summit invites leaders in computing, content tools and creation, and infrastructure to join in the discussions about cross-platform today, and its developing create once, reach all approach for the future.
A few times a year, Neil Schneider, Executive Director of TIFCA, shares industry insights on Gamasutra and other media outlets. His most recent article discusses the ongoing development of the next era of computing, Project CORA, and how and why the Foresight 2020: Cross-Platform Survey came to be.
Complete your survey by December 13, 2020 so you qualify to get a ticket to the International Future Computing Summit while supplies last. The IFC Summit runs virtually December 16, 2020, so get your submission in ASAP.
The International Future Computing Association (TIFCA) is helping develop a Create-Once, Reach All (CORA) ecosystem that enables content to run on multiple hardware platforms from one version of software. The Foresight 2020: Cross-Platform Survey is pursuing through industry-wide study an understanding of how each member of the ecosystem is defining cross-platform, and what their main challenges are with supporting cross-platform content and hardware.
- Content and application developers
- Software engineers, coders, programmers
- Hardware platform, IHV, and related ecosystem professionals
Respondents that complete their questionnaire by December 13, 2020 qualify to get their virtual IFC Summit ticket for free while supplies last. Complete your survey NOW!