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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.
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.
This year’s COMPUTEX Forum, themed Pervasive Intelligence, began yesterday at the Taipei International Conference Center. The first session, titled “Disruptive Trends,” featured senior executives from six major firms that are making an impact on the global digital ecosystem with leading technologies and platforms.
Marshaling star power from local tech industry luminaries, international online content creators, and even Olympic medalists, Intel itemized its plans to deliver PC users a significant boost in real-world computer workload performance, beyond standard performance measures of core count and frequency, while touting its latest developments in products and technology.
Out of 222 contestants from nine countries and territories, the 2019 COMPUTEX d&i awards judges picked 60 products whose design, quality and innovation tower above the rest.
Taking a stroll through exhibits at the Taiwan Excellence Award pavilion, it is hard to miss the plethora of next-generation office equipment.
A total of 334 products were submitted to the Best Choice Award (BC Award) of COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2019.
Gone are the days of clunky, awkward gadgets that run out of juice just when needed the most. Today, technology aims to blend the best of usability and style to make sure devices are not just useful tools to get tasks done but also look good while doing it.