The global VR/AR campaigns that began in 2016 continued into the recently concluded Computex 2017, highlighted by a slew of VR devices for high-end business applications, VR backpacks wirth wireless connections, and also AR-enabled smartphones targeting the consumer market, according to Digitimes Research.
team+ has been invited by the Ministry of Economic Affairs to attend the largest international exhibition, the “Taipei International Information Technology Show (COMPUTEX Taipei)”. As the gold medal winner of the APICTA communication award and the APEC mobile-commerce team winner, we exhibited our “team+ Business Instant Messaging” to show Taiwan’s development and innovation in the information communication field.
Taiwan’s leading global ICT annual event, COMPUTEX, which focused on IoT (Internet-of-Things) applications and business solutions, successfully concluded last week. ThroughTek, IoT cloud platform provider that registered as Taiwan’s first IoT company on the Emerging Stock Board, demonstrated its smart home, surveillance, and connected car solutions for customers at the Grand Hyatt Taipei during COMPUTEX week.
Computex Taipei has long been one of the most important tradeshows worldwide for engineers and executrives in ICT industries. On May 31, 2017, Digitimes hosted Computex 2017 Mobile and IoT technology forum, featuring speakers from various sectors to share their views of the future of IoT technology leveraging artificial intelligence (AI) capability.
Consumers are connected anywhere and anytime through their smartphones or other mobile devices. They rely on that connectivity to get the latest information. Such a trend is spreading to automotive world. The race to build the smart connected car, and ultimately the self-driving vehicle, is already under way. The telematics systems as well as integration with cloud services are driving carmakers to develop new ways to improve user experience and enable new business opportunities.
Gigabyte Techonology, a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, has unveiled at Computex 2017 their latest motherboard series built on the Intel X299 enthusiast platform. Marked with the Aorus brand the new X299 Aorus Gaming motherboards are here to exceed expectations, this is apparent just by glancing at the aggressive exterior of these new motherboards. Not only are there physical improvements but software enhancements are also included with the X299 platform. Partnering with WTFast, users can now experience the benefits of having optimized connections while gaming with Aorus Gaming motherboards. Hardware improvements over its predecessor include ESS Sabre audio and Asmedia ASM3142 USB 3.1, to exclusive features such as RGB Fusion with Digital LEDs, Smart Fan 5 with Fan Stop, and M.2 support. With all these enhancements the new X299 Aorus Gaming series is ready for the future.
As a leading network security appliances vendor in Taiwan, ShareTech has been focusing on technology innovation that delivers SMBs real quality and value. NU-880H (next-generation UTM) adopts best-in-class quad-core x86 CPU platform and fiber module to deliver exceptional performance and intelligent network security features. Moreover, it fully integrates firewall, IPS, virus scanning, spam filtering, application control, deep packet inspection (DPI), URL database, dashboard, mail audit and so on. More importantly, next-gen UTM delivers a full range of Layer 2-7 switching which can be a great replacement for a L3 core switch.
This year at Computex, Act Power has revealed the Project-X series of developer boards. This ground breaking new concept of developer boards will not just allow you to develop an idea, but it will allow you to take this idea straight to production without the need of changing the hardware.
Global IT security suffered a serious blow in May. Following the phishing attack on Google documents via false App link, the globally epidemic ransomware named WannaCry has caused vast infections to Windows devices. It is reported that over a hundred nations have been hacked. World-renowned enterprises and organizations such as NHS, Renault, and Telephonica were attacked and consequently their operations halted. Taiwan has also become one of the hit areas during this wave of attacks.
There are many consumer-related technological trends entering the automotive market in the past few decades: LED lighting, LCD/OLED displays, WiFi, Bluetooth, to name a few. I-PEX Connectors are known for connecting these consumer-based devices. Those devices are much smaller in the consumer market, so are the connectors. To use those small connectors in the automotive market, they have to be converted to Automotive Grade. The I-PEX Automotive Division has been developing its own connectors using its knowledge of the manufacturing process for automotive components.