Intel, Microsoft and EOS Discuss Technology Trends at Converge 2016
Software, Hardware and 3D Printing Leaders Highlight Technologies Transforming the Future of Design
Troy, Mich., September 6, 2016 – Converge 2016
global technology sponsors EOS
to speak on current and future technology trends. Joining an invigorating community of creative innovators and thought leaders, their presentations will feature technological contributions to the design community that are changing how we will design the products of tomorrow. solidThinking Converge 2016: a global conference series for product visionaries and experience creators that explores the intersection of design and technology, kicks off in Los Angeles this week on September 8, 2016, completing in Seoul this November.
“EOS is proud to support this new Converge conference program as a sponsor worldwide. The EOS Additive Manufacturing offerings are a perfect fit for this event that focuses equally on design and technology. Our technology enables a design-driven manufacturing process and as such opens up completely new design possibilities from rapid prototyping through to real part production. As the global technology and quality leader for high-end Additive Manufacturing solutions, EOS is happy to share our knowledge at Converge,” said Dr. Adrian Keppler, Chief Marketing Officer at EOS.
Brett Tanzer, Microsoft Partner Group Program Manager, will discuss how digital product development is undergoing transformational change resulting from the availability of massive compute capabilities in the Cloud. A 23 year veteran at Microsoft and leading the Business Strategy, Planning, and Program Management for High Performance and Accelerated Cloud computing, Brett’s talk will highlight how new GPU and high intensive graphics capabilities will enhance the design experience.
David Lombard, Intel’s Chief Architect for advanced HPC technology, will address the topic of high performance computing enabled design at the upcoming Converge Los Angeles event. With more than 30 years of experience in HPC, David will shine a light on the past, present and future of what HPC delivers to the design community as the enabler and path forward to tomorrow’s innovations.
Register and check out speaker and event details at: Converge2016.com
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