TIFCA is working to develop a ‘create once, reach all’ ecosystem

The International Future Computing Association is asking users to complete a survey about cross-platform

Ruchika Saini

The International Future Computing Association (TIFCA) aims to advance tomorrow's connected computing experiences. TIFCA’s Project CORA is driving the next generation framework to run cross-platform content with a ‘create once, reach all’ approach. More information about the effort can be found at

TIFCA wants to understand the needs of the industry by sharing how users define cross-platform and what are their main challenges with supporting cross-platform content and hardware.  As part of its Client-to-Cloud Revolution effort, TIFCA is working in stages to help develop a ‘create-once, reach all’ (CORA) ecosystem that enables content to run on multiple hardware platforms from one version of software. In the first stage, TIFCA is asking the users to complete a cross-platform survey by October 1. It is seeking participation by:

  • Content developers 
  • Software developers and programmers 
  • Professionals working in hardware, IHVs, and related ecosystems

Findings will be presented virtually at The International Future Computing Summit (IFC Summit) on November 20, 2020.  Respondents that complete the questionnaire by October 1, 2020, will qualify for free access to IFC Summit, on a first-come, first-served basis. 

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