Caster Communications Adds to its Growing Roster of Alliance Clients

Wakefield, RI – February 13, 2016 – Caster Communications, Inc., an award-winning consumer tech PR and social media firm, announces Khronos Group, the consortium creating open standards to enable the acceleration of Virtual Reality (VR), computing, graphics and vision processing, as a new client.

The Khronos Group is made up of industry leading members including companies and universities across the ecosystem who work together to create, define, document and maintain royalty-free open standards for graphics, parallel computing, vision processing, and dynamic media on a wide variety of platforms and products such as gaming, VR, automotive, aviation, IoT and consumer.

Caster Communications has rich experience in working with global non-profit, member-run alliance groups and has developed a specialty for establishing thought leadership for consortiums through active speaking engagements and education programs as well as content programs to drive global awareness across multiple markets. Khronos group joins Caster’s consortium and alliance client category alongside Avnu Alliance, PowerHouse Alliance and the Z-Wave Alliance.

“We’re excited to be working with Khronos Group at a time when industry demand for cross-platform standardization is ramping up,” commented Kimberly Lancaster, President, Caster Communications. “This alliance is making huge strides driving these standards forward for computing, vision processing and graphics and we are thrilled to have the chance to grow awareness for their work.”

Caster Communication’s current client list includes Abode, AMETEK Electronic Systems Protection, Avnu Alliance, Control4, Dragonfruit, FIBARO, InFocus Corporation, Kangaroo CC, Khronos Group, Mode:Green, Nortek Security & Control, Powerhouse Alliance, Pro Audio Technology, Smart Kitchen Summit, SVS, Turneffe Island Resort, Z-Wave Alliance and Z-Wave.com (Sigma Designs).

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