Computex 2022 will proceed as an onsite edition despite the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Taiwan. The last time the show was held physically in Taipei was in 2019 (photo of tag above). While […]
NVIDIA kicked off its Computex activities by unveiling the NVIDIA Base Command Platform that lets enterprises move their AI projects swiftly from prototypes to production. The platform is designed for large-scale, multi-user and multi-team AI […]
NVIDIA announced at Computex that dozens of new servers have been added to its NVIDIA-Certified Systems programme. The list has now grown to more than 50 systems with the latest additions coming from the likes […]
NVIDIA is packing both consumer and enterprise GPU computing developments into one keynote entitled The Transformational Power of Accelerated Computing, from Gaming to the Enterprise Data Centre at Computex 2021 on June 1. Teaming up […]
Computex has been an annual event since 1981.First, Computex was supposed to be held in June. Then, it was scaled down and pushed to September because of the global pandemic. Now, the organisers have announced that this year’s event will not take place at all.
Computex has been moved to September because of the COVID-19 pandemic, its organisers announced today. This shift follows reports of Taiwan companies being concerned with the event being held in June.
COVID-19 is leaving a trail of cancelled events in its footpath. Two IT events scheduled this week in Singapore have been canned.
Think using the smartphone is a cool way of paying? Well, that’s neat but China-based Sunmi aims to take digital payment a step further with its face-recognition payment solution.
This year’s Computex in Taipei will kick off with a keynote address by AMD President and CEO Lisa Su at the Computex International Press Conference on May 27 at 10am.
By Edward Lim
Computex seems to have mellowed down over the years. While the show floor used to be filled with booth girls and exhibitors literally pushing bags and tchoichke in the past, this is no longer the case.
Taiwan is going big on artificial intelligence (AI) and its Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) will be collaborating with NVIDIA on AI initiatives.
As a prelude to Computex Taipei next week, co-organiser Taipei Computer Association (TCA) has announced 35 winners of the 17th Best Choice Award (BC Award).
Computex will introduce InnoVEX, a platform to showcase infocomm technology (ICT) and Internet of Things (IoT) innovators. Around 170 startups from 17 countries have already signed up to showcase their latest innovative products and services.
At InnoVEX, along with out-of-the-box, open booths and networking spaces, a wide range of events designed to maximise innovative, technological, and investment exchanges to help startups succeed, including forums, demos, matchmaking, networking events, and pitch contests with a cash prize of US$30,000.
The show will be held at Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC) Exhibition Hall 3 from May 31 to June 2. Diverse activities such as keynote speech, forums, demo, pitch contest, and networking parties will be held throughout the show.
As a prelude to Computex, which starts tomorrow, ASUS has announced a slew of products at a press conference packed with journalists from around the world at Le Meridien Taipei. The products are part of what Chairman Jonney Shih described as “innovations that transform the market”.
The lineup include a powerful tablet, a phablet, a value tablet, a PC with a difference, complete with mouse and router, an all-in-one PC.
First up is the ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity, the world’s first NVIDIA Tegra 4-powered tablet.