COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2017 – Event Review

Jun 6, 2017 | Tech Blog

A little over a week ago we gave you brief look at COMPUTEX TAIPEI, and discussed our history of exhibiting at this colossal computing and technology event in Taiwan’s capital city. We also discussed briefly some of the innovations and technologies we planned to exhibit at this year’s event.

At this year’s event, COMPUTEX TAIPEI promoted the theme of “Building Global Technology Ecosystems” and also concentrated on specific aspects of the global ICT ecosystem in mind, namely AI and Robotics, IoT Applications, Innovations and Startups, Business Solutions and Gaming and VR. As a company with a long history in the computing industry and a diverse range of products and solutions for a number of industry segments, the demonstrations and exhibits featured at AMI’s booth fit quite neatly into many of the event focus areas in 2017.

Now that COMPUTEX has just concluded, we felt it was a great time to share a recap of the event – by showing some pictures from our AMI booth and a sampling of key products featured within it.

Some of the technology on display included our different offerings for Internet of Things (IoT), including an Out-of-Band Remote Management Solution for Hyperscale Data Centers founded on Redfish™ technology from DMTF; and MegaRAC® Composer™, an intelligent Pod Management Software suite that greatly simplifies the configuration of compute, network and storage-level resources in data centers.

About AMI

AMI is Firmware Reimagined for modern computing. As a global leader in Dynamic Firmware for security, orchestration and manageability solutions, AMI enables the world’s compute platforms from on-premises to the cloud to the edge. AMI’s industry-leading foundational technology and unwavering customer support have generated lasting partnerships and spurred innovation for some of the most prominent brands in the high-tech industry. AMI is also a critical provider to the Open Compute ecosystem and is a member of numerous industry associations and standards groups, such as the Unified EFI Forum (UEFI), PICMG, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), National Cybersecurity Excellence Partnership (NCEP), and the Trusted Computing Group (TCG).

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