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Computex Taipei 2005
  • DIGITIMES Show Daily, Computex 2005, Taipei (31 May - 4 June)

    Last update: Monday 13 June 2005 [102 news items]

Foxconn aims to ship six million branded motherboards

Jun 1, 08:57

Foxconn Electronics (the registered trade name of Hon Hai Precision Industry) has projected it will ship six million own-brand motherboards in 2005, up six-fold from about one million...

Notebook makers show more AMD CPU-supporting models at Computex 2005

Jun 1, 08:53

More notebooks using CPUs from Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) are being highlighted at Computex 2005 (May 31-June 4) than last year.

Acer finds the right formula for its AMD notebooks

Accton presents own-brand solutions at Computex 2005

May 31, 16:39

Network-equipment maker Accton Technology is highlighting its own-brand product lines, SMC Networks and Edge-Core, at Computex 2005. SMC Networks will be promoting home network appliances,...

Computex visitors' guide

May 31, 15:31

It is often hard to find companies in the various halls at Computex. Easily missed areas include the second, third and fourth floors of the Taipei International Convention Center,...

ICT Report: Taiwan's handset industry in the first half of 2005

May 31, 14:33

Since the fourth quarter of 2004, DigiTimes Research has been publishing quarterly, weekly and monthly ICT (information and communications technology) and FPD (flat-panel display)...

ICT Report: DigiTimes Research

Nvidia goes with ‘Nsist on Nvidia’ at Computex

May 31, 14:22

Touting a slogan of “Nsist on Nvidia”, Nvidia is showcasing a full line-up of products at Computex 2005, including its next-generation integrated nForce4 MCPs (media and...

Twinhead to showcase high-definition DVD player during Computex

May 31, 12:32

In addition to its full line of notebooks, including its Durabook ruggedized models, Twinhead International is taking a step in a new direction with its Digishare MA03 DVD player...

Twinhead Digishare MA03 DVD player

Computex 2005: Asustek highlights video and imaging capabilities

May 31, 12:29

Motherboard giant Asustek Computer plans to emphasize the video and imaging capabilities of its various product lines, including notebooks and PDA phones, at Computex 2005, which...


Areca announces 4Gb Fibre to SATA ll ARC-6080 RAID controller

May 31, 12:28

US-based SATA II RAID controller IC maker Areca Technology is displaying its ARC-6080 RAID controller at Computex. The ARC-6080 is designed to meet data-intensive applications such...

Arima set to mass produce 4-way dual-core Opteron SW500 motherboard and SW5001U barebone system

May 31, 12:15

Arima Computer has launched the SW500 server board and SW5001U barebone system, which adopt dual-core AMD Opteron 800 Series CPUs in a 4-way configuration, for the demanding four-way...

Arima's SW500 4-way Opteron motherboard

ATI to unveil H.264-based solution at Computex

May 31, 11:39

ATI Technologies will introduce a high-definition video solution based on the H.264 MPEG-4 standard at Computex 2005, according to ATI senior vice president for PC Business Unit Rick...

Dave Orton muses on Computex and ATI’s role in the PC industry

May 31, 10:25

On the Friday night before Computex, managed to catch ATI CEO Dave Orton on the phone to talk about the upcoming show, industry trends and developments at the company...

Dave Orton, President and Chief Executive Officer of ATI Technologies

Dual everything at Computex 2005

May 31, 10:17

Dual-core processors, dual-graphics platforms and motherboards supporting Intel’s 945 Express chipset series will be the spotlight for system products at Computex 2005 (May...

A-Data: more memory, more ambitions

May 31, 10:16

Rapidly advanced to be the third-placed DRAM-module vendor worldwide, Taiwan-based A-Data Technology is now exploring the market of flash-memory based devices. This June at Computex,...

Gibson Chen

PDA phones and smartphones come to the fore at Computex 2005

May 31, 10:14

Taiwan-based handset makers such as Arima Communication, BenQ, Asustek Computer and Eten Information Systems will highlight PDA phones and smartphones at Computex 2005 (May 31-June...

Tatung: flexibility is a key to success

May 31, 10:10

Founded in 1918, Tatung is one of Taiwan's oldest companies and one of a very few worldwide with a high school and university of the same name. Employing 20,000 people in Taiwan,...

W. S. Lin, president of Tatung

Memory module makers pushing NAND flash devices at Computex 2005

May 31, 10:06

Memory module makers such as Transcend Information, A-Data Technology, Kingston Technology and Power Quotient International (PQI) are offering a variety of NAND flash devices at Computex...

Kolin and BenQ to showcase LCD TVs at Computex

May 31, 10:02

Both Taiwan-based Kolin and BenQ will demonstrate a number of LCD TVs at Computex 2005 (May 31-Jun 4).

Sampo and Tatung to highlight PDP TVs at Computex

May 31, 09:58

Sampo and Tatung will be the only two Taiwan-based vendors to showcase 42-inch and 50-inch PDP (plasma display panel) TVs at Computex 2005 (May 31- June 4).

Computex 2005 opens, but Taipei’s WiFly is offline

May 31, 09:47

Taipei looks to be on track to bring WLAN access to 90% of its residents by year-end, but visitors to this year’s Computex may be disappointed to find much of the city's WiFly...

ATI starts with CrossFire at 130nm

May 31, 09:46

ATI Technologies has begun showcasing its new Radeon Xpress 200 CrossFire edition at Computex 2005 today, with the official launch set for June 1 and mass production beginning in...

ATI is showcasing its CrossFire solution this week at Computex in Taipei.

Leading Russian companies source at Computex

May 31, 09:39

As a member of the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and China) group of most promising markets worldwide, Russia is catching the eyes of many Taiwan-based IT vendors. Computex is undoubtedly...

Few pure OEM/ODM manufacturers take advantage of Computex

May 31, 09:33

The 25th Computex opens today with, as expected, more of everything than ever before. However, a closer look at the preliminary numbers indicates that only the numbers...

TwinMOS featuring Bluetooth, mini-cards, DDR2 at Computex

May 30, 17:13

TwinMOS will display a series of computer and consumer application products at Computex 2005 (May 31-June4), including Bluetooth speakers, Bluetooth microphones, flash cards, flash...

Computex: Tatung to showcase 17-inch multi-function monitor

May 30, 17:05

Tatung will be showing a variety of display products and a wide range of home- and office-use devices at Computex 2005 (May 31-Jun 4) in Taipei.

ChiLin to debut 47-inch LED backlight module at Computex

May 30, 09:35

ChiLin Technology, an affiliate of the Chi Mei Group, will demonstrate its latest 47-inch LED backlight modules and home-use projectors as well as other TFT flat panel display applications...

AboCom to showcase new WiFi and Bluetooth devices at Computex

May 23, 09:28

Network equipment maker AboCom Systems will showcase its latest WiFi devices, including the HGW810 router and its WR-201 wireless AP sound card as well as its BSH203 Bluetooth stereo...

The AboCom BSH203 Bluetooth stereo headset

Billion to highlight VoIP routers at Computex

May 18, 12:20

Billion Electric, a network equipment maker from Taiwan, will introduce three new voice-over IP (VoIP) ADSL 2+ routers, the BiPAC 7402VL series, at Computex Taipei 2005 (May 31-Jun...


Transcend to show memory products at Computex Taipei 2005

May 16, 12:31

Transcend Information plans to show a variety of memory modules, DRAM, flash products and MP3 players at Computex Taipei 2005 (May 31-Jun 4).

Nvidia to showcase G70 at Computex

May 12, 17:12

Nvidia will unveil its next-generation flagship chip, the SLI-supporting G70 graphics chip, at the Computex Taipei 2005 show from May 31 to June 4, according to motherboard makers...

Raritan to showcase new KVM- and serial-over-IP solutions at Computex Taipei 2005

May 6, 17:02

Raritan Computer, a provider of solutions for managing IT infrastructure equipment and the mission-critical applications and services that run on it, will be demonstrating its newest...

Compro: let’s make TV digital and portable

Apr 21, 10:52

This year, Taiwanese VGA card and TV tuner maker Compro Technology sees opportunities to market more digital TV products and portable TV devices. Three of Compro’s products,...

Compro's VideoMate TV Stick
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