In April, Auriga’s experts participated in two large industry events – Interop, held in Las Vegas, and EE Live! 2014 in San Jose. Both events as expected proved to be great platforms for networking, collaborating, sharing experiences, and learning.
This year’s Interop has generated a lot of discussion about the new era of IT that is upon us: the era sustained by a mobile revolution and shaped by cloud computing. Software-defined networking (SDN) was top of mind for many participants and attendees and it was definitely the buzz phrase of the annual Interop conference, as it has quickly matured into a platform that enterprises ought to seriously consider adopting.
EE Live! 2014 formerly known as the DESIGN West event, proved to be one of the leading international events for the electronics industry with a major expo and lineup of cutting-edge programs for embedded engineers and professionals who design electronics systems.
This year’s EE Live! brought together the global engineering community and provided a platform to learn, gain inspiration, and celebrate engineering. Over years, Auriga has gained extensive hands-on experience in embedded development, which it was glad to share with the other participants.
Our experts were impressed by the level of innovation and insight presented by the companies and speakers at both Interop and EE Live! The shows turned out to be perfect venues to explore partnership opportunities with numerous innovative companies, renowned leaders, and start-ups alike.
Marc Schlackman, Auriga’s Sales Director, says,
This month, Auriga attended the EE Live! conference, which included ‘The Embedded Systems’ conference in San Jose, in addition to Interop held in Las Vegas. Each conference featured more than 250 exhibitors displaying their products and services using technologies such as cloud computing, software defined networks (SDN), mobile computing, and security. The exhibit halls as well as the papers and panels at each show were focused on providing solutions described as ‘The Internet of Things.’ Due to the technical nature of the conferences, exhibitors staffed their booths with lead engineers and product development managers making them easily accessible and enabling Auriga to communicate with our target customer base.