Donald Jasko to Moderate Digital Hollywood at CES Panel, "Game Power on the Inside: Chips, Optical Technology & Microprocessors"
Donald A. Jasko, Chief Executive Officer of Digital Economics, LLC, will moderate a panel on January 7, 2007 that will examine the manner in which powerful, new computing systems are transforming the game-playing experience. The discussion will focus on the technological innovations and hurdles that are ahead, and will be critical in allowing games to transcend their origins, and lead the development of interactive entertainment. Special attention will be paid to the chips, microprocessors, and optical and storage technologies that provide both game publishers and consumer electronics manufactures with the tools for innovation. Among the issues to be addressed are:
• What technological advances yet to come are most in demand from
• What technological bottlenecks or obstacles are preventing the next
• What role does broadband availability and online game-playing play
in the evolution of the technology supporting games?
• How will the technology supporting games change in the next
Appearing on the panel will be:
• Michael Dimelow, Director of Marketing, ARM
• Chris Donahue, Director-Windows Graphics & Gaming Technologies,
• Debby Hindus, Vice President-Strategic Alliances, Rapport, Inc
• Richard Kerslake, Worldwide General Manager-3G & OMAP,
Texas Instruments, Inc.
• Adam Lake, Senior Software Engineer-Modern Game Technologies
Project, Intel Corporation
• Ian McNaughton, Senior Product Manager-Athlon 64 FX Processor Line,
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
• Roy Taylor, Vice President-Content Relations, NVIDIA Corporation
The panel will commence at 1:00 PM on Sunday, January 7, 2007. The Digital Hollywood at CES Conference will be held at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
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