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Nvidia Speaking at the International Future Computing Summit

By December 2, 2022TIFCA 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 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.

The IFC Summit’s 20+ speakers include industry-leading organizations like Microsoft, Nvidia, AMD, Intel, Nutanix, HP , Lenovo, Panasonic, Jon Peddie Research, M2 Insights, Mythical Games, Poppelgaard, Beamr, Geogram, Trusted Computing Group, Bit Space Development, and more with more to come.

TIFCA believes the Remote Work and Play industry wants to find ways to grow its revenue and business further. If you are part of the remote work and play industry or CORA ecosystem and you share in this belief, we look forward to seeing you at the International Future Computing Summit!