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Computex Taipei 2006
DIGITIMES Show Daily, Computex 2006, Taipei (6-10 June)
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Wednesday 7 June 2006
Accton holds sideshow for Edge-Core networking solutions during Computex
Accton Technology is showcasing its Edge-Core brand networking solutions for system integrators, Internet service providers and small-to-medium-sized businesses at the Grand Hyatt...
Wednesday 7 June 2006
Leadtek shows GPS modules at Computex
Those who suspected that GPS was only a niche technology for either the military or mountain climbers will have been happily surprised by the strong consumer market for the technology...
Wednesday 7 June 2006
VIA gets embedded CPU orders at Computex
VIA Technologies has received orders for its self-developed embedded processors from BCOM Computer Center, Termtek Computer, Tul and DT Research at the ongoing Computex Taipei 2006...
Wednesday 7 June 2006
DVD+RW Alliance: 8cm DVD+R/+RW DL discs to be volume produced in 4Q
International vendors of optical discs, in light of growing demand for 8cm single-sided single-layer DVD+R and DVD+RW discs, are expected to begin volume production of 8cm DL (single-sided...
Wednesday 7 June 2006
Asustek preps Origami UMPC R2 for sale in July, displays clone NB at Computex
Having displayed its Origami Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC), the R2, at the CeBIT 2006 IT tradeshow in Germany, Asustek Computer is now preparing sales of the device in July, according to...
Wednesday 7 June 2006
SanDisk aims to be number two behind Apple in MP3 players
On the sidelines of the exhibition of its latest MP3 player Sansa e200 at the ongoing Computex Taipei 2006, the recently-appointed managing director for SanDisk in the Asia-Pacific...
Wednesday 7 June 2006
Atheros and Broadcom verify interoperability of their pre-N solutions in Taipei
A testing jointly conducted at Computex by Atheros Communications and Broadcom for interoperability of WLAN devices built with draft 802.11n-compliant chipsets proved successful,...
Wednesday 7 June 2006
Computex to move to larger space in 2008
The government-sponsored Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), in an effort to boost the space available for Computex Taipei, has won a 10-year franchise to operate...
Wednesday 7 June 2006
Computex Taipei 2006 show guide: Display products
A total of 119 companies will feature optoelectronic display products at Computex Taipei 2006 at the Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC) and the Taipei International Convention Center...
Tuesday 6 June 2006
Kingston: More NAND flash makers to become involved in memory card production
Kingston anticipates that more NAND flash chipmakers will participate in NAND-based memory card production, and the Secure Card (SD) will become the dominant standard, according to...
Tuesday 6 June 2006
DDR3 promotes bragging rights, provokes curiosity
The two major DRAM vendors that are participating in Computex Taipei 2006, Qimonda (the former memory business unit of Infineon Technologies) and Nanya Technology, and A-Data Technology,...
Tuesday 6 June 2006
Philips introduces Blu-ray Disc burners at Computex, schedules shipments in 3Q
Royal Philips Electronics is showing a Blu-ray Disc (BD) burner (SPD7000) at Computex Taipei 2006 (June 6-10), with volume shipments to commence in the third quarter of 2006.
Tuesday 6 June 2006
Foxconn officially launches graphics card line, with Flextronics said to manufacture the high-end cards
Foxconn Electronics (the registered trade name of Hon Hai Precision Industry) on June 6 officially announced its lineup of its own-brand graphics cards. The lineup includes Foxconn's...
Tuesday 6 June 2006
Intel Robson to halve boots
Intel is demonstrating its NAND flash based Robson technology at Computex Taipei 2006, with sampling to begin with notebook OEMs in August or September of this year, while the official...
Tuesday 6 June 2006
Nvidia makes extreme gaming on notebooks easier to find at Computex
One of the major disappointments of Computex most years is the absence of so many key notebook manufacturers (because they focus almost entirely on OEM/ODM manufacturing and like...