Taiwan stories - Page 2
Getac launches new app expanding Android ecosystem
Getac launches OEMConfig app for its new range of rugged tablets, expanding its dedication to the Android system.
How a rugged tablet helped in the preservation of Taiwan's Lugang Mazu Temple
Taiwan-based firm LeaderTek used the tablet and 3D laser scanners to create 3D models for the Bureau of Cultural Heritage of the Ministry of Culture.
Nucleus Cyber expands global presence with new partnerships
Nucleus Cyber expands into Asian and European cyber markets with three new channel partnerships for its NC Protect solution.
Microsoft establishes data center region in Taiwan
Microsoft’s ‘Reimagine Taiwan’ initiative will be bolstered by the company’s plans to create a new data center region in the country.
PB Tech named Kiwi distributor for ADATA
ADATA Technology is the world’s second-largest vendor of DRAM memory modules, ranks among the top 20 international brands from Taiwan.
Commvault continues hiring spree in challenging times
Commvault has appointed Rachel Lers as the company’s new area vice president of sales for ASEAN, Hong Kong, Korea, and Taiwan.
Stevie Awards for Women in Business winners announced
Women shine at Stevie Awards, celebrating business excellence globally.
New face at Nutanix as it ramps up APJ expansion
Reizes lead the 30-strong marketing team across Australia and New Zealand, ASEAN, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Korea, and Taiwan.
Taiwan-based Wiwynn launches server with the OpenEDGE project at its core
Taiwan-based Wiwynn, a cloud IT infrastructure provider for data centers, has today launched its edge platform based on Nokia open source hardware technologies.
Unisys: Users looking for data security when choosing banks
The report studied attitudes of banking customers in Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines and Taiwan.
Google makes its first ever renewable energy investment in Asia
This week Google announced that it is making a huge investment in renewable energy in Asia with a huge solar farm in Taiwan.
Taiwan cybersecurity industry empowered by innovation
Taiwan’s cybersecurity industry is now worth more than US$1.26 billion, but what’s driving the innovation behind it?.
JPlay & DGames bring blockchain to eSports
JPlay is one of the world’s first blockchain-powered eSports platforms, launched this month in Taipei, Taiwan.
Australian IoT firm set to corner Taiwan's smart gas meter market
Australian-based IoT company Freestyle Technology is set to cash in on Taiwan’s AU$1.8 billion smart gas meter market.
China Unicom deploys one of the world's largest DDoS protection systems
China Unicom is building its biggest DDoS protection and mitigation system ever with the help of Taiwan-based network security firm Genie Networks.
Taiwan Cabinet to invest NT$11 billion for cybersecurity industry development
The Executive Wan’s Department of Cyber Security is developing an action plan for the industry’s development, which includes cybersecurity management.
Amazon Web Services strikes record deal with Taipei Government
Taipei boosts education and AI with AWS cloud deal, joining global big data platform.
Trend Micro & Vivotek to launch cybersecurity-enhanced IP surveillance products
Trend Micro & VIVOTEK unite for “cybersecurity-enhanced” IP surveillance, to debut at Intersec 2018.
Seven most interesting hardware startups at Meet Taipei 2017
A large concentration of Taiwanese startups are in the hardware sector, integrating IoT and smart technologies into their innovation.
IoT, AI and mobile gaming in the spotlight at startup festival
Over the next three days, more than 300 startups will congregate in Taiwan’s capital for three days full of innovation, networking, and fun.
Avnet Singapore scoops best distributor award from Xilinx
Avnet Singapore has walked away with Xilinx’s award for 2017 Best Distributor Dedicated Field Application Engineering (DFAE) in Taiwan and ASEAN.
Microsoft Asia refreshes commitment to industrial IoT
Microsoft and its Asian Partner Alliance are showcasing the latest in IoT at the second Microsoft IoT Expo in Taiwan.
Taiwan funds new data center in Saint Lucia to fuel Government digitization
Taiwan has given over EC$1 million in funding to Saint Lucia for the development of a multi-channel data center.
Auckland video production startup opens Taipei office
In less than a year, Valoso has opened six offices around the world in Australia, USA, UK, Macedonia and now Taiwan.