This summit is for companies and investors to come together and learn about “ground-breaking applications that could transform computing and create new fields in consumer technology, entertainment and medicine,” said NVIDIA.
Having taken place twice in the past, the event will again features panels, sessions and technology demonstrations from 60 start-up companies involved in visual computing. Some of these companies include: Cooliris, Elemental Technologies, Milabra, Mirriad, NaturalMotion and Useful Progress.
CEOs from 24 companies have the opportunity to discuss business strategy with panels of executives from companies such as Adobe, Cisco, Google and Microsoft amongst others. It will be hosted by leading analysts from Creative Strategies, Enderle Group, Insight64 and Jon Peddie Research.
The event is sponsored by Citigroup, Churchill Club, Cooley, Deloitte, Silicon Valley Bank and Sutter Hill. It will also include on-stage conversation with NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, which will be hosted by the national editor for Forbes magazine, Quentin Hardy.