CEO Tan Min-Liang’s Plan To Conquer The Digital Universe

Tan Min-Liang is the CEO of Razer, a company that has been in the gaming industry for over 20 years. Tan is also an entrepreneur who has led his team to success with innovative products and services. Now, he’s leading them on their new journey into VR and AR technologies.

The Razer CEO is a committed and passionate entrepreneur based in Singapore. In 2005, the successful entrepreneur launched his business and leveraged his professional intuition towards its success. The gaming company has risen through the ranks to acquire a massive global following.

Tan’s goal is to conquer the digital universe! Razer recently launched the OSVR, an open-source virtual reality platform aimed at making VR more accessible to gamers. This allows game developers to create applications or games on any PC using the OSVR software development kit (SDK). Razer also introduced three new headsets that are fully integrated with the OSVR platform.

Razer is the world leader in high-performance gaming hardware. Founded in 1998, with its headquarters located in Carlsbad, California, Razer has nine offices worldwide and distributes products in more than 50 countries. Razer is recognized as the leading brand for gamers in the USA and Europe and among the Global

The plan involves an ambitious goal of $1 billion-plus for its software business. The Razer CEO has directed his team to focus on the virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) markets, two new technologies that are expected to generate more than $150 billion in revenue by 2020.

Razer acquired THX Ltd., a San Francisco-based company known for delivering a high-quality entertainment experience to filmmakers and consumers, which was a big first step. Razer is also developing its own VR headset called “OSVR” with virtual reality firm Sensics. Min-Liang Tan said the company has been working on this for over a year now and that it has already received more than 1,000 pieces of feedback from developers

Tan was raised in Malaysia by his single mother, who pushed him hard academically so he could get into one of Asia’s most prestigious universities: The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). After graduating from MIT in 1998 with two degrees, an MBA and a PhD in electrical engineering and computer science. Tan started his own IT company called Razer with some friends at school. Read this article for more information.


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