The Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center might have closed its doors to the physical COMPUTEX 2022 on Friday, but online the show is just getting started through COMPUTEX DigitalGo. Until June 6, the exclusive online exhibition organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) is available 24/7 to buyers and exhibitors looking to connect, regardless of where they are in the world.
American tech company NVIDIA brought the latest advancement for AI to COMPUTEX this year. As per its intro, the company went from making chips for game machines to having its tech recognized by a plethora of fields to gain the recognition it has today, from helping to create blockbuster movies to powering medical imaging devices.
The physical show of COMPUTEX 2022 came to a close today (May 27), while COMPUTEX DigitalGo, the online exhibition organized by TAITRA, will continue until June 6. This year’s COMPUTEX provides diverse experiences for global visitors with its hybrid exhibition. The four-day event brought together 400 technology companies using 1000 booth spaces.
Guest speakers representing leading companies in the industry spoke yesterday (5/26) at the COMPUTEX Forum, sharing with attendees the current progress of XR devices, applications of such devices in the industry and the direction of technological evolution should the end goal of implementing the metaverse be achieved.
The annual InnoVEX exhibit, organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and dedicated to start-ups since 2016, this year continues to offer entrepreneurs and the rising stars of tomorrow the space and stage to showcase their products and attract the attention of investors.
Delta Electronics has been known for its visionary principle of energy conservation since its establishment in 1971. At its “Zero Carbon Community” showcase as part of the 2022 COMPUTEX Forum, Delta not only highlighted its achievements, but also shared its goals and how they adhere to its core environmental, social and governance tenets.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) led a delegation of 27 companies from its regions at COMPUTEX 2022, the second-largest trade show dedicated to the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry.
The 2022 COMPUTEX Forum kicked off on Thursday morning with insightful discussion around the upcoming technologies that promise to empower people across industries to work faster and safer in the face of mounting global challenges.
Texas Instruments (TI) vice president of Asia and president of Taiwan, Korea and South Asia Luke Lee shared with COMPUTEX how TI is helping to expand data centers and making these centers more efficient at data computation and processing through the adoption of gallium nitride (GaN) technology and increasing power density.
With the help and assistance of Taiwan various missions around the world, officially the Taipei Economic and Cultural Offices, COMPUTEX was able to pair international buyers with domestic suppliers based on the need of either parties. Once the list was compiled, parties were then scheduled to hold online meeting sessions where they could meet to establish future communications.