COMPUTEX 2024 Concludes Successfully with High Turnout

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COMPUTEX 2024 concluded yesterday, marking a significant milestone in its growth. The four-day event attracted 85,179 ICT buyers and professionals from around the globe. Top visiting countries included Japan, the United States, South Korea, China, Thailand, Hong Kong, Vietnam, India, the Philippines, and Indonesia. As a premier international B2B exhibition, COMPUTEX 2024, under the theme “Connecting AI,” solidified Taiwan’s position as a central player in global technology.

 Showcasing Cutting-Edge Innovations

According to IDC, AI PCs are projected to comprise nearly 60% of global PC shipments by 2027. In the AI Computing and System Solutions area, leading companies showcased transformative AI applications. Acer and ASUS introduced their first Copilot+ PCs, the Swift 14 AI laptop and Vivobook S 15, respectively, highlighting AI’s impact on the PC industry. The new smart mobility exhibition area featured cutting-edge automotive technologies, with major manufacturers like Pegatron, Clientron, and Retronix Technology presenting comprehensive smart cockpit solutions.

In advanced communications, Taiwan’s role was prominent. ASUS and ASKEY collaborated on 5G enterprise private network solutions via Microsoft Azure. Pride launched the “AIoT Application Management Platform (NMS-AIoT),” the industry’s first cross-protocol energy smart management system. The Metaverse also made waves, with Ganzin Technology showcasing wearable eye-tracking technology for augmented reality, and Aemass demonstrating innovative 3D recording and AI algorithm technologies.

 Tech Giants Collaborate at COMPUTEX 2024

Dr. Lisa Su, Chairman and CEO of AMD, kicked off the event at the COMPUTEX Keynote hosted by TAITRA. Other notable speakers included Qualcomm’s Cristiano Amon, Intel’s Pat Gelsinger, MediaTek’s Rick Tsai, Supermicro’s Charles Liang, NXP Semiconductors’ Lars Reger, and Delta Research Center’s Dr. Tzi-cker Chiueh. These industry leaders discussed key technological advancements and their implications. The presence of CEOs from AMD, ASUS, HP, Intel, and Acer, along with a surprise appearance by NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang, added significant star power to the event.

The COMPUTEX Forum featured global technology leaders sharing insights on AI, with a focus on “Let’s Talk Generative AI.” Experts analyzed the AI supply chain, exploring business opportunities and fostering collaborations to drive technological innovation.

 InnoVEX 2024: A Global Innovation Showcase

InnoVEX 2024, the startup exhibition area, saw record participation with startups from diverse fields such as healthcare, manufacturing, sports, and tourism. Highlights included Pade Technology’s intelligent sorting system and DeepRad.AI’s advancements in medical imaging. ASPN Sports Tech Accelerator and StarFab Accelerator showcased AI applications in sports and AIoT, respectively. Taiwan Polymer Material Company won the InnoVEX startup competition with its sustainable “R-ESG-Rubber.”

 Promoting Sustainability and Cross-Industry Collaboration

COMPUTEX introduced the Sustainable Design Award for the first time. BenQ Qisda Group won the gold award, while ASUS and Acer shared the silver award. Transcend Information and Wiwynn Corporation received special jury awards. Exhibitors emphasized sustainability by integrating the 3R concept into their booth designs.

The event also highlighted Taiwan’s hospitality with cross-industry collaborations, such as the Sunnyhills Hospitality Lounge and co-branded products from plain-me X Guaiguai, showcasing Taiwan’s welcoming spirit.

 Looking Forward to COMPUTEX 2025

COMPUTEX 2025 is set for May 20-23, continuing its mission to expand the global technology ecosystem. For more information, visit the official website

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