June is here and for many of us at AMD, this means it’s only a matter of days until Computex Taipei, one of the industry’s largest and most important technology expos. Computex kicks off on June 3rd and runs until June 7th this year. We will be on the show floor in the TWTC Nangang Exhibition Hall at booth #L0818, where you can experience many of AMD’s latest products and technologies first hand.
Our press conference will be held on June 4th at 10 am at the AMD Club Connect, located in the Bellavita. Lisa Su, our Senior Vice President and GM, Global Business Units, will be leading the press conference and will be joined on stage by key AMD executives to demonstrate how AMD’s technology enables people everywhere to push the boundaries of what is possible.
On June 4th, Scott Aylor, our Corporate Vice President and GM Embedded Solutions, will deliver a keynote at the Computex Industry Forums on heterogeneous computing as the solution to the challenges of real-time data that confronts us with the Internet of Things (IoT). In his keynote, Scott Aylor will explore the use of GPU/APU hardware acceleration to bring enhanced interactive, immersive and intelligent experiences across the billions of connected IoT devices far beyond what is possible with today’s traditional approaches. You can find more details about Scott Aylor’s keynote here.
We will also be hosting an evening event for digital engagers and local AMD fans at AMD Club Connect, located in the Bellavita on June 4th from 8-10 pm. “AMD: The Call of Heroes” will feature a roster of Taiwanese gaming celebrities and a ‘Starcraft II’ game-off powered by AMD technology. You can even stream the gameplay from the event.
Visit our events page at www.amd.com/computex to keep up to date on all of our Computex-related updates and announcements. As well, be sure to follow our latest Computex-related news and announcements on Twitter with #AMDComputex.
Whether you’re joining us in person or via online, we look forward to seeing you in Taipei!
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