Computex Taipei 2014

Exhibitors showcase latest products and technologies at Computex 2014 at the Taipei World Trade Center in Taiwan from Jun 3-7.

  • Bryce Johnstone, Head of Ecosystems at Imagination Technologies
    The wearable devices currently in the market seem to fall into two categories: they either come with long battery life but simple features, or short battery life with comprehensive features. Is there a solution to make wearable devices that have both long battery life and comprehensive features? Imagination has the ans...
  • Derek Luke, COO of Canada-based InteraXon
    Wearable technology can not only be applied to sensory and gesture control, voice recognition, augmented reality, health monitoring, biometrics, and infotainment, but vendors today have also developed brainwave sensing wearable devices that give users the ability to use "thoughts" to "control" different...
  • Shiann-Jang Wang, VP of RD JORJIN Technologies
    Should wearable devices adopt an integration-based design or module-based design? Take smart glass for example, where increased functions increase the mass and weight of the product, which decreases the comfort level for users. However, although products with simple functions are light, the lack of functionality means...
  • Pankaj Kedia, senior director of new business development at Qualcomm Technologies
    Wearable devices are a kind of natural extension of mobile devices in a world where we are connected to one another through smartphones and clouds, forming a futuristic lifestyle in which all things are connected and capable of communicating with each other. In order to meet the diverse needs of the market, wearable devices...
  • Roger Wang, Taiwan country manager of Immersion Corporation
    Popular social networking sites enable friends to maintain closer communication. Live feeds of an event can be sent to friends through video sharing so that the receivers can feel that they are there themselves. However, sharing only visual and audio content is no longer enough. If you can send tactile sensations to...
  • DTF 2014 Wearable Technology Summit
    Ever since tech firms started introducing wearable devices - such as the Google Glass, Samsung's and Sony's smart bands and smart watches, and Intel's smart clothing - wearable devices and applications have been identified as an important next-generation technological trend. The tech giants' strategies for the wearables...
  • Jim Chase, chief evangelist at Silicon Image
    People are now able to easily project their presentation slides, video streams, gaming scenes and other images from their smartphones/tablets onto a big-screen Ultra HD LCD TV and at the same have the mobile devices recharged. An IC design house mastering high frequency serial physical layer circuit design is making this...
  • Joanne Chien, director and senior analyst at Digitimes Research
    Since Apple introduced the iPhone in 2007, the industry has clearly moved toward the direction of mobile Internet. Shipments of tablets have exceeded those of notebooks, but the tablet growth has already lost its momentum. Smartphones and emerging wearable devices are still the focus of the mobile market. Platform providers'...
  • David Hsu, Associate VP of Product Marketing for VIA Labs, Inc.
    USB 3.0 provides 5Gbps of data throughput, which is 10x faster than USB 2.0, and USB 3.0 provides additional power for charging mobile devices. It has been rapidly adopted into all mainstream PCs and many peripheral applications today. While USB 3.0 breaks new grounds and enables several new applications, there are still...
  • Kyle Chang, President of AverLogic Technologies
    The video surveillance industry, which is closely tied to security in our everyday lives, is currently undergoing a transition from traditional analog CCTV to digital IP camera technologies. The surveillance industry is also showing a clear trend toward mobile applications, wireless applications, as well as home-oriented...
  • Vijay Nagarajan, Director of Product Marketing for the Wireless Connectivity Group at Broadcom
    People's living environments have changed from the ancient caves to the buildings, mansions, and skyscrapers along with the evolution of the technological civilization. Homes are no longer just shelters or recreation areas for listening to music or watching TV. We have now entered a new era where low-cost, low-power,...
  • Weining Gan, Chief Solution Architect at Marvell Semiconductor
    Marvell Semiconductor who started up in hard drive controller has actively expanded its procut porfolio of storage devices, networking and communications, connectivity, mobile communications and consumer electronics. It has been offering software and hardware designs for six types of end devices for five categories of...
  • DTF 2014 Mobile Summit
    From the Xiaomi tablet running on NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor to Asus' 5-in-1 Transformer notebook, a new mobile device specification war is raging. The various new technologies, such as 4K Ultra HD, USB 3.1 Type C, 802.11ac, WiGig, and WiHD will bring new technological challenges to product developers. In collaboration...
  • AAEON, a major developer of industrial computing solutions, has released the world's smallest network appliance, the FWS-2250.
  • Good Way Technology, a global leading USB peripherals and Docking solution provider, has announced the USB3.0 4K Ultra HD Docking station at COMPUTEX Taipei 2014, which shows its cutting edge of 4K display technology development.
  • Matt Ready, sales VP at Analogix
    According to a recent IDC research note, the transition toward mobile and cloud-based computing is unstoppable, with tablet volumes expected to pass total PC volume in the fourth quarter of 2014 and on an annual basis in 2016. Even smaller tablets are facing stiff market competition from large-size smartphones (phablet...
  • Kevin Peterson, Senior Director of Platform Engineering at WD
    At Computex Taipei 2014, WD, a Western Digital company, is demonstrating its first hard drive with PCI Express (PCIe) support. Technological cooperation with its partners has resulted in the creation of a storage product prototype that uses the SATA Express interface, allowing computers to easily exceed previous performance...
  • 4K-ready digital signage IPC
    Today sees the release of two products from Lanner: The LEC-7388, an Open Pluggable Standard (OPS) compliant module; and the LEC-7388S, a digital signage industrial PC. Both the LEC-7388 and the LEC-7388S are 4K-ready, offering support for the Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) resolution via their unique hardware configurations.
  • AV2 Pass Through Bridge
    GigaFast Ethernet, an OEM/ODM manufacturer of HomePlug powerline (PLC) technology equipment, has launched a series of HomePlug AV2 MIMO PLC Ethernet Bridges during Computex. HomePlug PLC technology is an innovative solution that turns the electrical outlets into wired network connections by simply plugging a pair of these...
  • AAEON AIOT-X1000
    In collaboration with Intel and Asus Cloud, AAEON will be revealing the world's first Intel Quark SoC gateway in a live demo at Computex 2014. Named the AIOT-X1000, this platform represents one of the latest technological advances for the Internet of Things (IoT). AAEON is an associate member of the Intel Internet of...
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