Many major tech events have been postponed, cancelled or have gone online during this unprecedented time with significant travel restrictions. Regrettably, COMPUTEX has been rescheduled to June 1-5, 2021 in Taipei, Taiwan. In place of a physical show this year, COMPUTEX has added alternative launch platforms to keep the tech industry connected, including #COMPUTEXOnlineTalks, #InnoVEXOnlineDemo, COMPUTEX Online Exhibition and COMPUTEX Online Sourcing Meetings.
#COMPUTEXOnlineTalks presented a star-studded lineup of key executives from Intel, NVIDIA, Qualcomm, Supermicro, Delta Electronics and BenQ Business Solutions Alliance. They shared the latest tech trends on AI and 5G, and presented their cutting-edge solutions to meet demand in the post Covid-19 era. Executives from these symbolic brands also discussed how global technology can continue to drive growth and realize applications for the smart future.
To maintain an interactive model between exhibitors and buyers, COMPUTEX launched #InnoVEXOnlineDemo and COMPUTEX Online Sourcing Meetings. Five outstanding tech startups, including iWEECARE, AESOP Technology, WiseLongCare, All Aspect System, and Dapp Pocket, presented their innovative AI solutions, image analysis, and blockchain at #InnoVEXOnlineDemo. These events help drive stakeholders’ businesses forward through product demonstration as well as business matchmaking.
COMPUTEX Online Exhibition, from September 28 onwards, is a new online platform to promote exhibitors’ products and services. Buyers can easily source products online, interact quickly with exhibitors and place orders. COMPUTEX’s integrated virtual services not only create business opportunities but also deliver unparalleled insights from tech giants and startups.
In the 2020 annual world competitiveness rankings published by the International Institute for Management Development (IMD), Taiwan surged five places to 11th overall and remains the third-most competitive economy in Asia. The rise of ranking in business efficiency and international trade ensures Taiwan’s continued strength and competitiveness. Arturo Bris, director of the IMD World Competitiveness Center, remarked that the benefit of small economies comes from their economic competitiveness and their ability to fight pandemics. COMPUTEX looks forward to seeing you in 2021 and continuing to drive the resilience in the global ICT ecosystem together.
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