After two years, the COMPUTEX 2022 is set to return its physical exhibition from May 24 to 27. Particularly, ICT’s biggest annual event will revolve around six major themes, namely Accelerating Intelligence, Connected X-Experience, Digital Resilience, Innovative Computing, Sustainability, and Innovations & Startups.
Most importantly, the annual event will also track the future of technological advancements through the 2022 COMPUTEX CEO Keynotes & Forum. Registration is available at this link.
Organized by Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), COMPUTEX 2022 will also have virtual tradeshow platform, which will be available from May 24 to June 6.
After years of technological advances in artificial intelligence (AI), 5G, and cloud computing, various applications have already emerged. Moreover, enterprises realize that digital optimization is a long-term war of resistance. In addition, they also expect to accumulate digital strength to obtain more market tools.
Meanwhile, with the trade war and the mutating variants of COVID-19, and experiencing the endless black swan events, companies have begun to develop resilience. Coupled with the trend of sustainable thinking and carbon credit trading, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) has become a necessity for companies.
This year, COMPUTEX closely follows the two major trends in technology of digital transformation and ESG net zero carbon emissions.
AMD’s Chair and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Lisa Su will kickstart this year’s COMPUTEX CEO Keynote on May 23 at 2pm titled AMD Advancing the High-Performance Computing Experience. Meanwhile, on May 24 at 2:00 pm, Kurt Sievers, President and CEO of NXP Semiconductors, will speak on Building the Foundation for Consistent Edge Experiences. In the morning of May 25, David Moore, Senior Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer at Micron Technology joins COMPUTEX to speak on The Era of Pervasive, Data-Driven Experiences. In the afternoon, Charles Liang, President and CEO of Supermicro, will share the latest corporate visions from the perspective of technology.
In addition, there will be two different keynote speeches by Microsoft and NVIDIA. Microsoft will introduce the innovations on the latest flagship operating system, Windows 11, to the new generation of PCs. On the other hand, NVIDIA will also share the latest technology applications at COMPUTEX.
Meanwhile, COMPUTEX Forum will have three major themes, namely innovation, green energy, and applications. Particularly, it will present new technologies, new scenarios, and new opportunities.
This year, the COMPUTEX Forum has planned three sessions under the framework of six major themes and trends. The themes are Technology Empowerment, Technology Drives Social Innovation, and 5G, IoT, AI, and HPC.
The industrial ecological chain has become more and more complicated. Texas Instruments, Ericsson, NXP Semiconductors, NVIDIA and Micron Technology will discuss how each industry can find suitable partners in the industry and use internal empowerment and external stimulation to keep pursuing innovation.
TAITRA Chairman James Huang will introduce the next session, followed by Shan-Shan Guo, Chief Brand Officer of Delta Electronics, who will share how technology companies can make good use of digital technology to achieve sustainable operations in the face of ESG challenges.
On the other hand, the third session, with the theme of Application Advancements will invite speakers from major technology companies such as HTC, IBM, Dassault System and Nokia Taiwan. These companies will share how to use the technology to rebuild the working model which meets the needs of remote working and corporate governance. In addition, they will aim to help more end users feel the power of technology in new scenarios.