中国网：INFO TECH Faster Stick快速棒获2014年亚太科技创新奖
日期：2014-06-30 / 人气： / 来源： 中国网
Cardiovascular Protection project and INFO TECH Faster Stick win 2014 Asia Pacific Innovation Awards
(Singapore News) The Asia Pacific Innovation Competition Organizing Committee recently announced that the 2014 Asia Pacific Tech Innovation Competition was held successfullywith the support and guidance of the Singapore Organizing Committee, Yahoo Hong Kong, PC home, IT Lab India, National Taiwan University of Technology, and hundreds of venture capitalists. The list of innovation and entrepreneurship contest winners has also been released.
Reporters learned from the organizers that the contest received a total of 1,139 registrations across 14 countries. Venture capital experts and reviewers selected 50 winning projects, including one first prize, three second prizes, six third prizes, and twenty five innovation awards for the business innovation group as well as one first prize, two second prizes, three third prizes and nine venture awards for the science group.
During the three day finals, participating companies underwent an 8 plus 12 procedure, e.g. eight minutes of enterprise self introduction plus twelve minutes of live questions, to complete the presentation.
The Business Innovation Group Award winner is HK INFO TECH Company, with their award winning project, INFO TECH Faster Stick. The project aimed to solve difficulties in upgrading old computers by designing a new cache system with a simple setup, high reliability, low price, and excellent boost effect. The reviewers gave very high marks to this project, as they consider it to be a significant technological innovation that provides rapid data access between the processor and hard drive, thus serving as a bridge for PC systems. With a rewritten cache algorithm and cache mechanism, Faster Stick achieved much better results than Intel Turbo Memory, normal SSD, and even Microsoft Readyboost or Readydrive when tested on actual cases.
The Science Innovation Group Award winner is a New Delhi team. Based on the current population aging related cardiovascular data and cerebrovascular ischemic disease data and after years of research and development, the team developed SCM198 using Leonurine, as well as several traditional Indian and Chinese medicine resources. They found Leonurine to have a significant cardiovascular protective effect. Their team also clarified the possible mechanisms and potential applications of the medicine.