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Ericsson Speaking at IFC Summit

By Neil Schneider TIFCA News
Dr. Ali Khayrallah, Ericsson

Dr. Ali Khayrallah
Engineering Director
Ericsson

5G and high bandwidth technologies like it are going to be critically important enablers for the Client-to-Cloud Revolution. We wanted the top market leaders on the International Future Computing Summit stage which is why we are thrilled to welcome Dr. Ali Khayrallah, Engineering Director for Ericsson to the list.

Dr. Khayrallah leads a team that shapes future wireless technologies and has held various research positions with the company. He has contributed to the development of 5G, LTE, WCDMA, Bluetooth, mobile satellite, and more and holds more than 100 patents and received the Ericsson inventor of the year award.

The IFC Summit takes place November 5-6, 2019 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.  A limited number of qualified speakers and marketers are still being welcomed, and an exclusive dinner is being planned for them on November 4.

TIFCA Releases New Client-to-Cloud Vision Document, IFC Summit Announcements

By Neil Schneider TIFCA News

TIFCA' Client to Cloud Ecosystem SlideComputing is heading towards an era of any place, any time, and any device user experiences that are delivered through write-once reach-many content and applications across all platforms. The Client-to-Cloud Revolution is the journey to this era and The International Future Computing Summit is the first step.

Sponsored by Intel and AMD, The International Future Computing Summit runs November 5-6, 2019 in Mountain View, CA at the Computer History Museum. A Limited number of speakers and marketers are still being accepted. An exclusive dinner for speakers and sponsors is planned for November 4, 2019 before the summit takes place. Read More

Intel Supports IFC Summit at Platinum Level

By Neil Schneider TIFCA News

Very proud to announce that Intel is a Platinum Sponsor of the upcoming International Future Computing Summit running November 5-6, 2019 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. This makes three straight years that Intel has supported this TIFCA event at a Platinum level which speaks to the continued credibility, importance, and value of the IFC Summit for delegates and industry stakeholders alike. We are still welcoming sponsors and exhibitors to this unique summit; reach out to get involved! We also have a special program for qualified early stage companies. Read More

AMD Supports IFC Summit as Silver Sponsor

By Neil Schneider TIFCA News

Special thanks to Advanced Micro Devices for being a Silver Sponsor of The International Future Computing Summit taking place November 5-6, 2019 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.  AMD has been a solid backer of this unique annual conference since it was founded as Immersed in Toronto in 2014.  A strong indicator of the value this event delivers to the industry, AMD has maintained a presence on and off the stage for approaching six years, and everyone is thrilled that they are an important part of bringing this conference experience to Silicon Valley. Read More

Shutterstock Speaking at IFC Summit

By Neil Schneider TIFCA News
Erin Essex, Shutterstock

Product Design Manager and Senior Product Designer
Shutterstock

User experience is everything in the Client-to-Cloud Revolution. The International Future Computing Summit runs November 5-6, 2019 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. Erin Essex, Product Design Manager and Senior Product Designer for Shutterstock, is going to join a special panel to discuss how user experience may be changing as this revolution moves forward. Read More

IFC Summit Welcomes First American Webmaster to Futurists Panel

By Neil Schneider TIFCA News

Department Associate (Emeritus)
SLAC, Stanford
FUTURIST Speaker

The International Future Computing Summit is proud to welcome Professor Bebo White to our futurists panel. Professor White is Department Associate (Emeritus) at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory at Stanford University. He is a renowned computational physicist and first became involved with what was then emerging web technology while on sabbatical at CERN in 1989. He was later part of the team that established the first non-European web site at SLAC and is recognized as the “First American Webmaster” and a pioneer of the World Wide Web. He is also one of the founders of the Web Engineering discipline and has authored and co-authored nine books and over 100 papers and journal articles. Read More

Lenovo Speaking at IFC Summit About Security

By Neil Schneider TIFCA News
Nima Baiati, Lenovo

Global Head of Cybersecurity Solutions
Lenovo

With the advent of the Client-to-Cloud Revolution and related technologies like cloud streaming, there are many important discussions to be had including the security of our computing lives. Nima Baiati is Global Head of Cybersecurity Solutions for Lenovo, and he was formerly Symantec’s Head of Global Go-to-Market Strategy for their Enterprise Security efforts. Nima will be contributing to this important discussion at the International Future Computing Summit running November 5-6, 2019 at the Computer History Museum. Read More

Unity Technologies Speaking at International Future Computing Summit

By Neil Schneider TIFCA News
Jeffrey Shih, Unitiy Technologies

Lead Product Manager, Artificial Intelligence
Unity Technologies

Jeffrey Shih is Lead Product Manager for Unity Technologies’ efforts in Artificial Intelligence, and his personal focus is video games. As strong enablers of independent game developers with limited resources, Unity has developed a system to assist quality assurance testers whereby games can be played through thousands if not millions of times in the cloud by an artificial intelligence. What was once a daunting QA task suddenly becomes a lot more manageable and far easier for independent content creators to do well by making it easier to spot problems and effectively fix bugs. That’s a real game changer right there!

There are many more speakers to announce, and everyone is tops in their field both on and off the stage. Learn more and get registered at:

http://www.ifcsummit.com

Space is limited!  IFCS runs November 5-6, 2019 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.

Fieldfisher Speaking at International Future Computing Summit

By Neil Schneider TIFCA News
Paul Lanois, Fieldfisher

Director in Privacy and Security
Fieldfisher

When building the schedule for the International Future Computing Summit, we realized the ramifications of the Client-to-Cloud Revolution go well beyond technology and content. It also represents new thinking in where and how our computing world lives. Is it in the cloud? Local? Between the two? What does that mean for privacy and digital rights? What legal considerations do content and technology makers need to think about? Read More

Adshir to Discuss Ray Tracing at IFC Summit

By Neil Schneider TIFCA News
Dr. Reuven Bakalash, CEO, Adshir

Dr. Reuven Bakalash, CEO, Adshir

While the Client-to-Cloud Revolution is partly composed of cloud streaming technologies, it also requires strong self-sufficient capabilities on the client side through platforms like PC, mobile, console, and others. One of those touted capabilities is ray tracing, and it is therefore important to find efficient ways to achieve this with accessible levels of computing.

Exemplifying future computing, Adshir is strategically important to the Client-to-Cloud Revolution because it has demonstrated through patent-protected technology that it is able to achieve cross-platform real-time ray tracing in a manner the industry is seeking. Dr. Reuven Bakalash, CEO of Adshir, will be giving insights on how this is achieved at the International Future Computing Summit.