The final day of COMPUTEX 2023 got off to a flying start – or better yet, a racing start – with Chairman and CEO of Acer Jason Chen addressing the audience from atop a bike desk, one of the company’s latest product offerings. It was a fitting enough entrance, for the topic of the morning’s Keynote presentation was sustainability, and Chen brought a palpably athletic energy to his discussion.
Artificial intelligence (AI) may be the future of computing, but Qualcomm Technologies Inc. is betting that the future of AI will be hybrid, putting its leading Snapdragon Hexagon processor at the heart of the next PC revolution.
In his first live keynote since the pandemic, NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang today kicked off the COMPUTEX conference in Taipei, announcing platforms that companies can use to ride a historic wave of generative AI that’s transforming industries from advertising to manufacturing to telecom.
TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council) today announced that NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang will deliver the keynote address in person at COMPUTEX 2023.
The COMPUTEX 2022 CEO Keynote series continued on Wednesday with Charles Liang, the founder, president, CEO and chairman of IT hardware giant Supermicro. Liang provided an overview of the market, identified recent innovations and highlighted the importance of green computing.
At COMPUTEX 2022 on Monday, Microsoft executive vice president and chief product officer Panos Panay and Nicole Dezen, corporate vice president of device partner sales in Microsoft’s Global Partner Solutions organization, delivered a virtual keynote discussing how Windows 11 has improved the “hybrid life” through cloud integration, accessibility, security and innovation by industry partners.
Computex Daily, Taipei – COMPUTEX 2022 began its CEO keynote series on Monday with Lisa Su, chair and CEO of AMD. Su and her team provided a summary of AMD’s recent achievements, extolled their partnerships with PC makers and unveiled the chipmaker’s next-generation products.
Today, at COMPUTEX 2022, AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) showcased its latest innovations in computing technology to advance the high-performance computing experience. AMD Chair and CEO Dr. Lisa Su provided a look at the upcoming Ryzen™ 7000 Series desktop processors with the new “Zen 4” architecture, which are set to deliver a significant increase in performance upon their launch in the fall of 2022. Additionally, Dr. Su highlighted the strong growth and momentum for AMD in the mobile market as 70 of the more than 200 expected ultrathin, gaming and commercial notebook designs powered by Ryzen 6000 Series processors have been launched or announced to-date. In addition, other AMD executives announced the newest addition to the Ryzen Mobile lineup, “Mendocino;” the newest AMD smart technology, SmartAccess Storage; and more details of the new AM5 platform, including support from leading motherboard manufacturers.
TAITRA (Taiwan External Trade Development Council) announced today that David Moore, senior vice president and chief strategy officer of Micron, will deliver a 2022 COMPUTEX keynote speech on Wednesday, May 25, at 11:00 a.m. Taipei time (UCT+8) themed “The Era of Pervasive, Data-Driven Experiences.” Micron’s President and CEO Sanjay Mehrotra will also join to share Micron’s continued commitment to its critically important operations and partnerships in Taiwan.
Kurt Sievers, President and Chief Executive Officer of NXP Semiconductors, will deliver the keynote for COMPUTEX 2022 CEO KEYNOTE series. This digital keynote will take place on Tuesday May 24, at 2:00 PM (UTC+8), and will focus on, “Building the Foundation for Consistent Edge Experiences.”