COMPUTEX isn’t just bringing innovation and technology to the table, it’s also bringing countries closer by exchanging ideas and cultivating partnerships in the ICT sector. Business was booming at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) Business Matching Trip 2017, which had the theme “Engaging businesses for global ICT solutions and products.”
COMPUTEX TAIPEI is not only about the big names in tech, but also the most exciting innovations and emerging upstarts, including Indiegogo, Lightneer, iiiNNO, LUCID and Wistron
Procurement meetings:Always a highlight
Procurement sessions provide details and
productivity as well as a glimpse into the future
‘IoT is an octopus … and we are everything except the suckers.’
— Andy Rhodes, vice president of Internet of Things Solutions at Dell
In an increasingly competitive market, one tech company is focusing its strategy on customizability, allowing consumers to tweak everything from smartphone components to laptop exteriors to the environment of their home. Nexstgo aims to provide the ultimate user customization that harnesses the power of big data and IoT.
The French Pavilion at COMPUTEX’s platform for innovation will this year feature 12 exciting startups. The French Tech Space at Innovex is located along the central alley of the Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall 3. With four times more companies participating than in 2016, this year’s French Tech Space promises to present the latest French innovations in technology from IoT and VR to cloud solutions and connectivity.
The Netherlands Trade and Investment Office proudly introduces the Dutch Startup Hub, known as Startup Delta, featuring seven Dutch companies
Microsoft achieves harmony between software and hardware
The Microsoft Forum was presented Wednesday by three of the company’s leading figures: Microsoft Corporate Vice President Nick Parker, who is responsible for the company’s strategic device ecosystem partnerships, Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Windows Marketing Matt Barlow and Microsoft Vice President of Partner Devices and Solutions Peter Han.
At COMPUTEX on Tuesday, NVIDIA unveiled its GTX 1080, a powerhouse GPU that can be housed in a laptop three times thinner and half the weight of current gaming laptops. Based on Nvidia’s new Max-Q design architecture, the 1080 boasts three times the performance of its predecessor (GTX 880M) and will be available across a variety of computer brands from June 27.
“Modding” — the art of modifying component hardware parts to look and function in a previously unintended way.
As the participants in TAITRA and CyberMedia’s COMPUTEX Modding Challenge — CyberMods competition note, modding has been around for ages, dating back to when fancy corporate-made CPUs and gadgets from Thermaltake, Asus and other industry leaders did not exist.