Super Micro Computer, Inc. (SMCI), a global leader in enterprise computing, storage, networking solutions and green computing technology, is showcasing its Resource-Saving servers and storage systems along with new 5G Edge Solutions at Computex Taipei in Nangang Exhibition Center, 4th floor, booth N0206.
Veteran and first-time international buyers began talks that could lead to lucrative relationships in a fifth-floor meeting room at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1, on Wednesday. Carsten Wilde, general manager at Starline Computer GmbH in Germany, said his company has long experience working with Taiwanese firms.
themed Pervasive Intelligence — yesterday morning resumed with the AI Session at the Taipei International Convention Center. Six speakers from major players in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) detailed how the technology is changing not only their businesses but also the world around us.
Microsoft demonstrated and displayed several devices that reflect COMPUTEX 2019’s focus on AI and IoT.
At COMPUTEX 2019 in Taipei on Wednesday, Microsoft corporate vice president of OS Platforms Roanne Sones, and vice president of IoT Sales Rodney Clark, joined corporate vice president of consumer and device sales Nick Parker in a keynote address highlighting technologies and services that OEM/ODM partners can use to deliver innovative PC experiences and build advanced connected devices and IoT solutions.
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Eyeing AIoT, data technology and toll collection solutions — which are Taiwan’s strengths in ICT industrial development — 12 companies from Kazakhstan have joined the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) delegation to seek business opportunities and new product ideas at COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2019.
Whether putting the finishing touches on a masterpiece or blasting online opponents to their digital bits, all the best equipment for every task is on offer at COMPUTEX. There is something on show for everyone, from creators and designers to gamers and enthusiasts.
After a digital video and dance performance from SR Productions, COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2019 opened on Tuesday with President Tsai Ing-wen praising Taiwan’s ICT industry, noting that the industry totalled US$157 billion in exports per year and served as the engine of Taiwan’s economic growth and a key part of the global supply chain.
To help corporations and retailers cut costs and boost efficiency, one section of COMPUTEX 2019 has been set aside to display point of sale (POS) solutions.