Computex 2022 is a go, registrations are now open

Published: Apr 13th 2022, 10:59 GMT   Comments

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COMPUTEX 2022 Returns, Registration is Now Open to Buyers Worldwide

A physical show of COMPUTEX 2022 will be held at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Hall from May 24 to 27, 2022. In addition, TAITRA will simultaneously hold an online exhibition called COMPUTEX DigitalGo (May 24 to June 6). This year, exhibitors and visitors are invited to participate in COMPUTEX both online and offline. The online registration is now open to buyers worldwide!

Leading Tech Companies Join COMPUTEX 2022 

COMPUTEX is one of the world-leading ICT exhibitions. This year, the show focuses on six trendy themes: Accelerating Intelligence, Connected X-Experience, Digital Resilience, Innovative Computing, Innovations & Startups, and Sustainability. In addition, a number of top ICT leaders, including Acer, AMD, Apacer, Arm, ASUS, ATEN, Delta, GIGABYTE, IBM, Infineon, KIOXIA, Microsoft Corp., MSI, NVIDIA, NXP, Qualcomm, Quanta Cloud Technology (QCT), Supermicro, Texas Instruments, ZOTAC and more, will participate in hybrid events.

COMPUTEX CEO Keynotes & Forum Provide a Comprehensive View of the Industry Future

COMPUTEX will hold many events during the show this year. Some highlights include five COMPUTEX CEO Keynotes by the global tech giants. They will deliver hot topics and the latest trends that attendees could walk away with informative and insightful views.

The COMPUTEX Forum will revolve around the theme “Create the New Normal”, consisting of two technological innovation and application sessions. The first session will focus on technology innovation, with the topic of “Technology Empowerment, Building Industry Chains”, dissecting computing, 5G, IoT to drive the opportunities in AI. The second session will cover technology application with the topic of “Application Advancements – Realizing Future Scenarios”, which focuses on virtual reality, smart life, remote work, and ESG management by using digital technology.

Diverse Activities to Create Excellent Visitor Experiences

TAITRA will actively integrate various services to generate leads for exhibitors as well as create brilliant visitor experiences.

  • Global Procurement Meetings: Alternative physical exhibiting solutions will be offered to assist exhibitors in expanding their business opportunities. International VIP buyers and government procurement bidders are connected in one-on-one meetings with exhibitors.
  • Live Studio: Exhibitors can showcase their latest products through a live studio, where buyers can get first-hand information.
  • Guided Tour: There will be financial and industry experts, as well as opinion leaders from various fields leading the guided tours. More than 100,000 buyers can experience the show highlights without attending in person.
  • COMPUTEX DigitalGo Online Exhibition: Through an interactive online exhibition platform, exhibitors can connect with visitors in real-time.

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