Gathered today at the COMPUTEX Forum, guest speakers representing leading figures of the industry talked about the development of critical technologies that would serve to bolster innovations throughout the industry.
“We’re rapidly moving towards a world more connected and intelligent. It is being driven by the convergence of connectivity and computing technologies from mobile,” said Qualcomm Technologies Senior Vice President and General Manager of Mobile, Compute and Infrastructure Alex Katouzian. “It’s already starting to transform the way we work, live, play, and connect with others.”
To global buyers, the startup exhibitions supported by Garage+, Asia’s largest zero-equity incubator, have been regarded “must-see” since 2015. This year, Garage+ features 46 thriving startups at COMPUTEX 2021. The pavilion includes 24 international startups selected out of the 153 Startup Global Program applications from 26 countries.
The esports market has set off an upsurge in the world, driving a vigorous development of esports products. ARES SERIES is the first RGB overclocking memory launched by Dato, with the Greek mythical God of War, ARES, as the brand image. It symbolizes speed, power and efficiency.
Although the two-day COMPUTEX Forum concluded today, its last session beckoned toward the future, as NVIDIA and IBM shared technologies at the razer edge of what’s possible, already available today.
MAKEN has been a professional manufacturer and exporter in this field for 15 years. Being a COMPUTER’s old friend, MAKEN brings a new 2021 arrival to join in the COMPUTEX Cloud Exhibition this year.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is leading a delegation of companies from its regions at COMPUTEX 2021, a global trade show targeting leaders in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry, which opened on May 31. Within the remit of Star Venture programme, the EBRD has also mobilized a cohort of start-ups, which will participate in the trade show for the first time.
Supermicron today attended COMPUTEX 2021, the annual tradeshow organized by theTaiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), firm in its belief that the software and firmware designed by its “building block” solution can meet the upcoming challenges of the IT industry.
The COMPUTEX Forum began earlier today with guest speakers from several technology industry leaders. The forum is one of the most highly anticipated events of COMPUTEX, the world’s leading information and communications technology trade show, which is organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA). Due to the global pandemic, the show is this year being held completely online through the #COMPUTEXVirtual platform, which uses many of the technologies being discussed over the two-day forum.
New technologies are only as strong as the smallest of their parts, built by innovators such as NXP Semiconductors. In today’s keynote address, president and CEO Kurt Sievers shared with #COMPUTEXVirtual his vision for how NXP will create this future by “accelerating the secure intelligent edge.”