Sun's Research Chief to address Jordan IT Forum
Attendees of Jordan's ICT Forum 2002 will hear an exclusive perspective on the future of technology from Chief Researcher at Sun Microsystems, John Gage in his first-ever visit to the Kingdom.
Gage is set to give the closing keynote address, entitled, “The Future of Technology: It's Not What It Used To Be," at the country's premier international technology conference, being held in Amman from September 30 - October 1.
During the conference, the latest revision of Jordan's national technology development strategy, REACH 3.0, will be shared with more than 1,000 delegates drawn from international, regional and local stakeholder organizations.
The REACH strategy aims to build new opportunity through the creation of a technology-based economy and to bring ICT industry stakeholders, investors, business leaders and government together to build broad support for the country's national ICT opportunity at the national, regional and international levels.
In his role at Sun, Gage is responsible for the company's relationships with the world's governmental, scientific, and public policy communities, international scientific institutions, and groups developing new forms of scientific research involving computing.
Jordan ICT Forum 2002, the country's premier international ICT conference being held in Amman on September 30 and October 1 will bring global leaders together in defining the future of information and communications technologies, joining regional ICT industry leaders, government and private sector stakeholders. During the conference, the latest revision of Jordan's national technology development strategy, REACH 3.0, will be shared with more than 1,000 delegates drawn from international, regional and local stakeholder organizations. — (menareport.com)
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