The fashion industry is moving toward a more digitalized future, one that promotes improved efficiency and sustainability. This was the focus of the first day of the 2021 World Digital Textile Forum, hosted by the Advancement Association for Digital Textile (AADT) on Nov. 17.
As the world undergoes the recent wave of smart transformation, the issue of energy supply is now more than ever a topic in the public consciousness. Designs for energy storage and supply systems targeting traffic systems and the power grid have also become a newfound product focus for power supply manufacturers and system integrators. As an established player in the power supply industry, FSP has also targeted the two major fields of smart transportation and energy storage, launching high-quality, highly integrated, and highly reliable total solutions that have seen numerous cases of successful market adoption in recent years.
Quectel Wireless Solutions, a global supplier of IoT modules and antennas, has launched its new LTE-A Category 6 EM060K-GL module which features Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) capability to provide better service and a cost efficient solution for private mobile networks. With more than 300 private mobile networks deployed in the world, industries such as communications and IT, manufacturing, automotive, transport, utilities, public safety, mining and many others are using CBRS as a private network service. CBRS can help customers to build high capacity, low latency, robust wireless networks with improved quality of service guarantees.
The global textile industry is undergoing profound changes as it adopts and leverages new digital textile trends such as sustainable alternative materials, 3D design, technology-driven functional smart manufacturing processes, and the adoption of digital textile technologies
The Internet has become an irreplaceable part of modern life, but our dependence on it has also exacerbated the problem of insufficient address spaces under the IPv4 protocol. To solve this problem, telecommunications providers in Taiwan started to transition businesses into using IPv6 in 2018. Recently, the Taiwan Network Information Center (TWNIC) also held a promotional seminar for the IPv6 protocol titled The Gateway to Global Access - IPv6 Promotional Seminar, inviting industry experts to share their experiences with IPv6 in cloud transformation and network management, thereby helping businesses better understand the new network protocol.
In 2021, two of our most pressing issues are undoubtedly the COVID-19 pandemic, and the global trade tension. This year, NATEA is excited to host the 24th annual US Taiwan High Tech Forum (UTHF) virtual conference with the theme, "Blockchain, Semiconductor and its Intersection in the Future of Finance, Work and Network Infrastructure." The event will span across two half-days, with topics focused on around the semiconductor industry supply chain, blockchain and crypto industry :
DataVan, the world-renowned POS terminal provider, announced the launch of DataVan Central, an UEM (Unified Endpoint Management) solution connecting multiple DataVan devices through cloud to monitor real-time device status. This efficient remote management solution is believed to reduce update and maintenance costs for administrator. Meanwhile DataVan also released a short video to introduce DataVan Central on DataVan's Youtube channel (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uh6flFzvvG0).
With the high bandwidth, low latency and expansive connectivity of 5G, the combination of edge computing, 5G and AI will maximize the digitization of smart cities and become one of the driving forces of growth for the server market in the future. Within the architecture of smart transportation applications, "cloud computing" is equivalent to the brain and can handle relatively complex processes, while "edge computing" acts as the nerve endings, which can directly handle real time computing processes at the site of data generation and adopt appropriate responses. Introducing AI computing into cloud and edge is the next step in the overall development of smart cities and smart transportation. It can realize the implementation of AI smart applications from the edge to the cloud.
In 2019, Pegatron Corporation officially founded its O-RAN technology team as a successor to its highly successful x86 design legacy. The new team is dedicated to the development of 5G O-RAN CU and DU base station products. The company also hopes to enter the 5G network scene by providing one-stop-shop 5G O-RAN solutions that target everything from multi-access edge computing (MEC), network administration, to network applications.
At the end of September this year, Mark Liu, Chairman of TSMC, was interviewed by the media. He made the promise to reduce carbon emissions by 20% by 2030 and achieve net zero emissions by 2050. When the interview was released, it became the focus of the industry. This was not just because of TSMC's astonishing sales, but also because the reductions of carbon emission by 20% equivalent to a single factory equal the annual carbon emissions of Taipei City. More importantly, because of the close interconnectivity of the semiconductor industry chain, TSMC's actions will influence every link of the supply chain. Using the 2030 goal as an example, the suppliers who do not comply with TSMC's demands will most likely lose orders. Therefore, carbon reductions have transformed from an additional action into a necessary matter for corporate survival.