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Insyde® Software Showcases Industry Innovation at the 3rd Annual 10-in-10® Computing Conference

Insyde Software, a leading provider of Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) based firmware today announced that its 3rd Annual “10-in-10 Computing Conference” will be held on November 15, 2012 at the GIS NTU Convention Center in Taipei, Taiwan. The event will feature presentations from leading organizations including AMD, ARM, IDC, Intel MCG, Intel Client, Intel Server, Microsoft, Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) and others.

The 10-in-10 Computing Conference has established itself as a unique and valuable forum in Taiwan for industry leaders to showcase new technology, share strategies and express views on the future state of computing. The 2010 and 2011 events brought together over 600 engineers, managers and executives from leading computer ODMs, OEMs, semiconductor and software companies.

Keynote presentations will cover a wide array of timely and relevant topics that include; improving the client computing user experience, architecting big data environments, securing privacy on connected devices, building tomorrow’s tablet computers, creativity in software development, design scalability for embedded devices, UEFI firmware advances and some of the latest innovations in recently launched Windows 8.

“The 10-in-10 Conference provides a unique opportunity for industry leaders to showcase new technology, share their vision and join us in celebrating the innovation our industry delivers,” said Jeremy Wang, Insyde Software Chairman & CEO. “We are honored to be bringing our computer industry community an agenda that includes these leaders and such informative presentations.”

“We appreciate this opportunity to share TI’s insights with customers and partners directly involved in bringing our OMAP™ processors to next-generation devices,” said Jean-Francois Barati, General Manager, Asia OMAP Business Unit, TI. “The 10-in-10 Computing Conference is an ideal forum for TI and others to exchange ideas and promote ecosystem collaboration to drive industry innovation forward.”

“As the premier global provider of market intelligence, IDC is pleased to once again accept Insyde’s invitation to participate in the 10-in-10 conference and provide our industry outlook, key trends and market data that leaders can use to make future business decisions,” said Helen Chiang, Associate Research Director, IDC Taiwan.

Register for the 10-in-10

Insyde Software invites its customers, partners and industry colleagues to join them for this year’s 10-in-10 Computing Conference. Please register for this event by visiting http://10in10.insyde.com.

About Insyde Software

Insyde Software (www.insyde.com) is a leading global provider of BIOS, UEFI-based firmware, Linux & Android software solutions and custom engineering services for companies in the mobile, server, desktop and embedded computing industries. The company is publicly held (GTSM: 6231) and headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan with U.S. headquarters in Westborough, MA. The company’s customers include the world’s leading computer systems designers and manufacturers.

Insyde and 10-in-10 are registered trademarks of Insyde Software. Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.

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