Korean startup that introduced HTML 5 Technology contents authoring platform XELF participates in ‘EDUTECH ASIA 2019’ 

XELF is HTML5 Technology supported platform.

Korean startup Globis Infotech. Inc that has introduced the revolutionary HTML5 technology-based content authoring platform participated in the biggest educational technology exhibition in Asia – the Edutech Asia 2019 – held in Singapore from October 5th to October 6th at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Globis Infotech’s XELF with HTML5 technology has got attention with Adobe’s announcement of discontinuing Flash technology support by the year 2020. The HTML5-based contents authoring platform XELF has benefits of requiring no installments in any user environments including mobile. XELF enables users to make and share content on the web browser. XELF can be used to make presentations, Card news, Webtoons, E-learning contents, Digital advertisements, etc. It also provides an integrated management environment including contents distribution and analysis via cloud services.

XELF can be of particular interest to many E-learning companies who can use the authoring platform for content distribution. Global Infotech’s participation in Edutech Asia 2019 will introduce its technology to many global E-learning companies.

Talking about participating in the ‘Edutech Asia 2019’, Ahn Tae-Hwan, the CEO of Globis Infotech, Inc, said, “Edutech Asia 2019 is the regular start of entering the global market. In the situation of contents market preoccupied with large OTT platforms, XELF has a competitive edge with interactive html5 games, education and children’s contents. On the other hand, existing contents are one-way video.” He added that the XELF is expected to make a new break-through in the contents market.

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