TAITA-SV celebrates 20 Years of bridging Taiwan and Silicon Valley in technological advancements

Press release, DIGITIMES Asia, Taipei 0

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Since its inception in 2003, the Taiwanese-American Industrial Technological Association Silicon Valley (TAITA-SV) has firmly stood as a pivotal conduit for technological industry exchange between Taiwan and Silicon Valley. To mark its 20th anniversary, TAITA-SV has organized an exclusive forum and dinner event scheduled for October 7th at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Santa Clara.

The event is poised to be a gathering of experts from diverse domains, including a hard-tech panel led by Wen Hsieh of Matters Venture Partners and a biomedical group steered by Michelle Chen from Insilco Medicine. Together, these industry stalwarts will delve into the future trends of HARDTECH, innovative applications of AI in biomedicine, strategies for data centers and network security, and the evolving dynamics of the Silicon Valley job market. To foster industry networking, the forum offers free admission; however, given the limited seating, those deeply passionate about this realm are advised to register posthaste.

The dinner will feature a live performance by the Infinite Philharmonic Club, complemented by an insightful presentation by Colley Hwang the founder of DIGITIMES. He'll shed light on Asia's ICT supply chain and the semiconductor industry, underscoring Asia's pivotal role in the global tech landscape. An enriching blend of technology and arts awaits the attendees.

Looking ahead, TAITA-SV plans monthly collaborations with DIGITIMES and other significant organizations, continuing to host industry forums, and solidifying its influence within the industry.


Founded in 2003, the Taiwanese-American Industrial Technological Association Silicon Valley embodies the spirit of "holding Taiwan close to the heart and giving back to Taiwan". By creating platforms to strengthen tech and investment exchanges between Taiwan and the US, they aid Taiwanese industries in expanding their global footprint and magnifying their global influence.


DIGITIMES Asia is a dedicated news and research organization with a focus on Asian technology and semiconductor markets. Through deep analysis and timely reporting, they provide cutting-edge market insights and strategic direction to global tech and industry experts.

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