TAIPEI, May 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The highly anticipated physical COMPUTEX 2022 will begin on May 24 and browse May 27, as well as the 2-week COMPUTEX DigitalGo online exhibition organized by TAITRA. This online exhibition breaks down geographic barriers and boundaries to connect international buyers and exhibitors at a major annual technology event. The global press conference held at the Taipei Nangang Expo Center opened today with the theme of digital resilience for the global ICT industry. James HuangPresident of TAITRA, is joined by Paul PengPresident of Taipei Computer Association, Barry Lamfounder and chairman of Quanta Computer, Dr. Tzi-cker Chiueh, general manager of Delta Research Center, CK Tseng, chairman of Arm Taiwan, and Ken SunCEO of Microsoft Taiwan, to discuss how the ICT industry can turn pandemic challenges into opportunities and create a better future through digital technologies.
James HuangPresident of TAITRA, said, “COVID-19 has severely impacted supply chains and reshaped the global economy, urging the global ICT industry to adapt to unexpected challenges. COMPUTEX is coming back into the limelight after the world has grappled with the pandemic for two years. This year’s show is hybrid and continues its positioning for building global tech ecosystems. COMPUTEX 2022 creates this advanced technology platform to unlock future trends as well as launch products.
Paul Pengpresident of the Taipei Computer Association, also expressed his opinion, “Taiwan is the best hub for international businesses to expand to the Asia Pacific region because of its software-hardware integration, high-tech talent pool and geographical advantage. Moreover, there are urgent demands for Taiwanese products during the pandemic, which once again proves that we are reliable partners in the global technology sector. Therefore, we welcome friends from all over the world to visit and seek beneficial opportunities for mutual partnerships.”
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Faced with the challenges posed by the pandemic, Barry Lam, founder and president of Quanta Computer, believes that the demand for mobile computing and cloud computing has grown exponentially over the past two years. In the future, the market will demand more innovative technologies to create new application scenarios coupled with a more flexible global supply chain. In addition, time to market will be the key to success.
On the other hand, CK Tseng, Chairman of Arm Taiwan, suggested, “The pandemic has highlighted the importance of semiconductors in the technology industry, prompting more companies to accelerate their technical innovations through the advanced semiconductor technology. We are working with our partners to redefine the future of computing, delivering technology that will meet the demands of AI, autonomous systems, cloud computing, metaverse and more.”
In an ever-changing political and economic environment, building digital resilience is key to sustained growth in the new normal. Dr. Tzi-cker Chiueh, director of the Delta Research Center, gives the example of his company. He said companies will proactively design comprehensive alternatives to their end-to-end trade flows and rehearse them periodically and rigorously to ensure they can weather troubling events that disrupt the global economy. Additionally, more and more IoT technologies have been adopted to enhance the resilience of smart manufacturing production lines and smart green building operations.
As 5G and AIoT technology become more prevalent and businesses accelerate the pace of their digital transformation, Ken Sun, general manager of Microsoft Taiwan, believes that increasing technology intensity, cloud adoption and harnessing the power of data will be key to building the digital resilience of businesses and organizations. Sun said the cloud not only offers a tremendous opportunity to accelerate innovation and create new business models, but more importantly, it enables industries to thrive and grow in the post-pandemic world.
COMPUTEX 2022 will be held at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1, from May 24 to 27, 2022. In addition, TAITRA will simultaneously organize an interactive online exhibition called COMPUTEX Digital Go (May 24 to June 6). Stay tuned to COMPUTEX official website and social media platforms for more details.
To learn more about COMPUTEX, please visit:
COMPUTER SCIENCE : https://www.computextaipei.com.tw/
COMPUTER Forum: https://events.computextaipei.com.tw/
Go digital: https://www.computexonline.com.tw/?userlang=tw
COMPUTEX was founded in 1981. It has grown with the global ICT industry and grown stronger over the past four decades. Witnessing the historic moments of industry development and changes, COMPUTEX attracts more than 40,000 buyers to visit Taiwan every year. It is also the preferred platform chosen by the largest international companies to launch landmark products.
Taiwan has a complete global ICT industrial chain. Take a foothold in Taiwan, COMPUTEX is jointly owned by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council and the Taipei Computer Association, with the aim of building a global technology ecosystem. COMPUTEX uses cross-domain integration and innovation services as the most powerful driving forces to achieve the goal of becoming a new platform for global technology resources.
The Taiwan Foreign Trade Development Council (TAITRA) is Taiwan leading trade promotion organization. TAITRA is a public benefit corporation founded by the Ministry of Economic Affairs by bringing together industry and business groups from the private sector with the aim of helping them expand their global reach. Currently, TAITRA has a team of more than 1,300 trade professionals both at home and abroad. Based at taipei, TAITRA operates 5 local offices in Taoyuan, Hsinchu, Taichung, Tainan and Kaohsiung, as well as 63 branches worldwide. It has also signed cooperation agreements with 319 sister organizations that promote international trade. By forming a comprehensive business service network that provides real-time services without time difference and without borders, TAITRA continues to work with enterprises to jointly pursue the steady development of Taiwan economy. It is the best partner for your success in expanding your business.
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