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[micro] Computex 2020 delayed to late-September; Webinars offered in June

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Posted · Original PosterOP

 

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source: https://www.computextaipei.com.tw/en_US/news/info.html?id=E615059E0DC04F10&totalCount=52&currentRow=1

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TAITRA:

To continue to service exhibitors and visitors around the world while taking into account the health and safety of all participants, COMPUTEX is rescheduled to September 28-30, at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2 (TaiNEX 2) and will present 5G and communication, smart solutions, gaming, and InnoVEX (startups). According to McKinsey's latest epidemic report, the epidemic in China and East Asia will be controlled at the beginning of the second quarter, and the epidemic situation in Europe and the United States will slow down in June. TAITRA will enhance inviting global visitors to attend COMPUTEX in September through its 63 overseas offices.

 

For exhibitors who continue to support COMPUTEX, TAITRA will organize a COMPUTEX online exhibition on the Taiwantrade from June 2-6 and invite global buyers to participate in online procurement meetings. TAITRA will also invite exhibitors to conduct new product launches, as well as invite global ICT companies to share 5G, AIoT, and other smart technology applications through Webinar.

 

welp. the inevitable has happened ,_, now it's less the exhibitors and more on the visitors, considering there's a pretty damning infection wave in the US and European regions

web announcements in the early 2020 release cycle has been press releases and pre-recorded videos, so we'll see if the usual brands would pick up that opportunity

 

(also GN floated the possibility of getting a presence in LTX20 to a few companies while they were visiting taipei earlier in march, so time will tell if that suggestion gets acted out. or.... maybe LTX20 gets postponed as well) 

EDIT: wait, no LTX20 is in August. too soon for events with a bit under 2 months between them (early-august to end-september)

 


 

Reminder: general COVID-19 discussion should be posted in the official thread

 

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Oh no, how ever will the tech companies announce their announcements for when they'll announce something /s


 

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Its sad, regardless... Big shows have a certain air of excitement that online events just dont have sometimes.. but its completely understandable given the situation we're in right now, it would be a health nightmare

 

I wonder if this will have any affect on new products being announced, like perhaps because of no big show companies resisting releasing big new products because they're afraid they wont get enough hype.. I mean, I doubt that but I wonder regardless


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Posted · Original PosterOP

a little bit more detail: a few regulars might skip this year's expo, partially due to space in the convention hall being reduced, but also just not spending the effort money to maintain a presence there as a cost-saving measure because holy heck Q1 practically stopped for everyone

 

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