Thomas Poppelgaard is one of the first persons who did an introduction to Microsoft Hololens in the Danish market back in 2016, where he was interviewed by Danish Computerworld. Thomas has been working with Virtual Reality since 2014, where he created the world’s first Remote Virtual Reality solution with Citrix and Oculus DK1. He was showing live Virtual Reality getting streamed from Norway to USA. Since he has been working closely with industry leader Citrix to get their client software working on Microsoft Hololens which enables realtime working on any app/desktop streamed to the Hololens, this enables the next generation workspace, removing the computer and making the Hololens “a thin client”. Thomas has worked closely with Citrix, Microsoft, NVIDIA, AMD, Pico Interactive, HTC and Facebook the last years and at CopenX he will deliver a session where he will share his vision about Remote Mixed Reality and how we are about to enter the next digital era of working in MR, realtime, from any device. Removing the physical compute and enabling realtime streaming, removes the physical local process compute and enables the next generation computing process.
Thomas has 23 years of experience in IT. Current working as an independent Technology Evangelist at his own company Poppelgaard.com. Thomas Poppelgaard works with Advisory, Business development, IT-strategy, Architectural designing, Planning, Implementation and troubleshooting solutions within Visual Computing and End User Computing. Highly involved in Proof of Concepts to help proving why business should adapt new technologies.
Thomas helps Fortune 500 companies in the world design their next generation datacenters, he is specialized in End User Computing and User Experience. Thomas helps companies creating the next generation centralized computing platform