Foxconn founder Terry Gou, SoftBank chairman Masayoshi Son and Katerra CEO Michael E Marks gathered together at a Taipei forum on June 22 to dissect the importance of Taiwan in the global IT supply chain, as a new world order is being shaped by the arm-wrestling between the US and China.
Video: The "G2 and Beyond" forum was organized by Digitimes
G2 and Beyond: Foxconn founder sees 'one world, two systems' leadership framework formingMonday 24 June 2019
Foxconn Technology Group founder Terry Gou has noted that G2 - the US and China - will replace G20 in a new leadership framework: one world, two systems.
G2 and Beyond: Taiwan should target top-end manufacturing, says Katerra CEO Michael MarksMonday 24 June 2019
Michael E Marks, incumbent chairman of Katerra and former CEO of Flextronics has pointed out that Taiwan should focus on the manufacturing of products with premium values instead...
G2 and Beyond: US-China row is war over technology control, says Digitimes presidentMonday 24 June 2019
Commenting on the US-China trade tensions and how they are affecting the ICT upstream supply chains in Taiwan, Japan and Korea, Digitimes president Colley Hwang has pointed out that...
G2 and Beyond: AI to bring biggest revolution in human history, says SoftBank founderMonday 24 June 2019
SoftBank Group founder Masayoshi Son believes artificial intelligence will bring the biggest paradigm shift in human history, revolutionize all industries.
G2 and Beyond: SoftBank chairman says he did not order Arm to stop shipping to HuaweiSaturday 22 June 2019
SoftBank Group chairman Masayoshi Son has disclosed that he was not invovled in Arm's decision to stop shipments to Huawei in the wake of the US ban on the Chinese handset and telecom...
G2 and Beyond: SoftBank chairman, Foxconn founder, Katerra CEO shed light on global supply chain at Taipei forumSaturday 22 June 2019
Foxconn Technology Group founder Terry Gou, SoftBank Group chairman Masayoshi Son, and Katerra CEO Michael E Marks gathered together at a Taipei forum on June 22 to dissect the importance...