New ITA Chair, Introductory Offer Extended, Call For Speakers

By Neil SchneiderMay 20, 2020TIFCA News
Adam Glick, ITA Chair

Chair of The Immersive Technology Alliance
Technical Marketing Lead, Visual Cloud Technologies
Advanced Micro Devices

“TIFCA’s Client-to-Cloud Revolution is exciting both at an industry and personal level. I’ve seen first-hand how they bring market leaders together to overcome industry challenges, and this initiative directly ties in to where things are heading. I’m very excited to help chart this next computing era forward.” – Adam Glick, new Chair of The Immersive Technology Alliance

The International Future Computing Association is proud to welcome Adam Glick, Technical Marketing Lead for Visual Cloud Technologies at Advanced Micro Devices as its new Chair for the Immersive Technology Alliance (the ITA).

Adam leads technical communications and marketing efforts for AMD’s Visual Cloud and Data Center GPU technology offerings and has expertise in the areas of cloud-connected human experiences, graphics-accelerated remote desktops and application streaming, and immersive technology industries like augment reality, virtual reality, and more.

We are also proud to report that Daryl Sartain who previously served as ITA Chair will continue to lead, engage and grow TIFCA as Associate Chair and Advisor.

Based on the success of TIFCA’s introductory membership program and the consistent engagement that followed, the offer is getting extended until June 30, 2020. Approved candidates will benefit from two months of TIFCA membership meeting access and involvement. Apply HERE!

Finally, while the world continues to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic, The International Future Computing Summit is still very much scheduled to take place November 16-17, 2020 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.  The event will transform to an online event if it is deemed more prudent closer to showtime.  We are still welcoming speakers and sponsors.  Learn more at http://www.ifcsummit.com.

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