The outbreak of pandemic Covid-19 has disturbed all major economic sectors of the whole world. Many countries have imposed travel restrictions to help curb the spread of Covid-19. COMPUTEX stakeholders, including international exhibitors, visitors and media, may not be able to join the show consequently. Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) and Taipei Computer Association (TCA), the organizers of COMPUTEX, therefore decided to reschedule COMPUTEX to 2021.
To continue to service exhibitors and visitors around the world while taking into account the health and safety of all participants, COMPUTEX is rescheduled to September 28-30, at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2 (TaiNEX 2) and will present 5G and communication, smart solutions, gaming, and InnoVEX (startups).
Edgecore Networks, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Accton Technology Corp., is, along with its parent company, realizing the full potential of the new concept of open networking. Simultaneously, Edgecore remains committed to continuing the provision of wired and wireless products and solutions to clients worldwide.
Massive amounts of data are the core and foundation of smart city development. The issue of how to safeguard that data is of primary importance to both the public and private sectors, particularly financial and medical institutions, as they keep people’s private information, such as health records or financial status.
On the eve of its 30th anniversary, Microsoft Taiwan is pleased to announce that the AI R&D Center in Taiwan, which was established in 2018, is expanding and relocating, a year and a half after its grand opening.
Taipei, COMPUTEX 2019 closed today (June 1) with a huge […]
This year’s COMPUTEX Forum, themed Pervasive Intelligence, concluded on Wednesday afternoon with the AIoT Session at the Taipei International Conference Center. The final panel of the forum featured six distinguished speakers from global industry leaders discussing the latest developments in artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT).
This year’s exhibition digs more deeply into today’s most significant ICT trends: AI Services & Robotics, Wearable & Healthcare Tech, Smart Transportation, Smart Home, and Smart Tech Solutions.
At the office or on the go, creatives today demand more of their hardware than ever before, including style. Meanwhile, consumers on the cutting edge can make the most of artists’ hard work with electronics that deliver the highest quality and fidelity.
Leading tech companies from Azerbaijan, Egypt and Romania have smart tech, green tech, IoT, gaming and other ICT items high on their purchase lists as they join the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) delegation, in a business matching trip to Taipei where the world’s second largest ITC show, COMPUTEX 2019, is being held.