May 14, 2012
Osman Kent of Numecent will appear as one of 15 select 'CEOs on Stage'
IRVINE, Calif., May 14 — Numecent, the innovator behind the "Cloudpaging" technology that launched to widespread acclaim in March of 2012, today announced that CEO Osman Kent will appear as one of 15 select 'CEOs on Stage' at the NVIDIA Emerging Company Summit.
To be held on May 16 in San Jose, California, as part of the GPU Technology Conference, NVIDIA invited 15 of the most innovative and promising startups to participate and showcase the latest disruptive technologies that are revolutionizing the mobile and computer markets. Presenting CEOs pitch their companies, products and strategies to a panel of leading investors, analysts and technology leaders, who in turn provide insightful feedback regarding these leading-edge technologies.
Numecent was selected for participation in the event due its invention and commercialization of cloudpaging, a groundbreaking and patented solution that delivers native software instructions using demand-paging from the cloud. Using an innovative "virtual MMU" (Memory Management Unit), cloudpaging provides a truly friction-free experience of practically any Microsoft Windows software from the cloud and delivers it between 20x and 100x faster than a digital download.
Once a tiny portion of the application is delivered using cloudpaging, it immediately starts executing inside a secure 'sandbox' without actually requiring any installation on the target device. Cloudpaged software can even be used offline without a network connection.
Numecent www.numecent.com is a pioneer and technology leader in rapid and secure digital delivery, deployment and provisioning of native software and other non-linear assets through virtualization. Its groundbreaking cloudpaging technology can reduce the network footprint of an application by up to 100x when delivering from the Cloud and executes it natively on the local client, at full speed and without installation.
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