創辦人 創辦人羅濟偉來自台灣 記憶資料庫新型資料結構程式處理方法研究獲美國專利
" INFOMATO Enters (human) Memory Market"
During college the founder of INFOMATO, Wayne Lo, was awarded the Young Inventor
Award by the Taiwan government's Ministry of Education for the invention of a
mechanical binary lock. He recently was granted for a US patent for the
invention of new database data structure for processing (human) memory using
database software. He pointed out that in the era of the Internet and
information explosion, knowing how to deal with unstructured information is
essential. His invention helps people search, organize and remember the
unstructured information they encountered in every day life. Several years ago
Wayne Lo left Applied Materials and founded INFOMATO. He received angel funding
from the business owners of the Bertie Biotech Enterprise, the Edom Technology,
and the Yangtec Electronics Corp. in Taiwan ...
Thank to the Internet information spreads easily. But the inforamtion also place
upon us a huge burden to memorize and organize the information we received every
day. INFOMATO software helps people remember the nitty-gritty of this huge body
of information. It is like having a personal secretary. The software assists
people in managing and memorizing their information. INFOMATO 's target
customers are corporate managers and engineers...
Wayne has a strong technical background and has received numerous awards for his
US patents. He left the big corporate "safe haven" to be an entrepreneur. He
knows each of us has different goals in life. Personally, dreaming about having
a big house is not part of his goal...
Slicon Valley is the focal point of the world's venture capital. It has a great
entrepreneurship infrastructure and supportive communities. It will be a waste
if not ever be part of the actions. Even thought facing a great uncertainty, he
is willing to give his best shot to develop a useful product for the market.