In 2011, the Colorado Technology Partners Board of Directors created the Denver Biz Tech Expo (DBTE) in order to put both national and local technology providers in the forefront of Denver business. Today, the DBTE returns to Denver for the 5th time to exchange ideas and innovations and help bolster tech giants and startups alike. Among the many sponsors of the event are CenturyLink, T-Mobile, Panasonic, Lenovo, Xcel Energy, Microsoft, and many more.
The expo features a number of experts speaking on a variety of topics, from Chief Security Officer of CenturyLink David Mohen on cyberthreats to Senior Director of Juniper Networks Oliver Schuermann on self-driving networks.This year will also include a focus on AI, presented by NVIDIA, a world leader in visual computing technologies. The company will sponsor the Artificial Intelligence Deep Learning Forum, a new addition to this year’s expo, which will feature interactive booths and demos, as well as Craig Tierney, solutions architect at NVIDIA, speaking on this rapidly growing technology. Additionally, the expo brings along Chief Data Officer at ZIFF, Inc. Ben Taylor to deliver a keynote speech on the future of artificial intelligence and what it means to both business and society.
But the DBTE doesn’t solely work with tech giants like NVIDIA and Microsoft, but local Denver businesses as well. Some of their local partnerships include Platte River Networks, ColoradoBiz, and of course, Innovation and Tech Today. With over 1,000 attendees and over 50 leading tech providers, DBTE brings everything in hardware, software, cloud, and security tech to the home of the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field. Just make sure you keep a lookout for the latest issue of Innovation and Tech Today, featuring the latest in smart home tech, medtech innovations, sustainability, and STEM.