In line with the "Future of COMPUTING" theme, leading technology innovator GIGABYTE will showcase a range of cutting-edge solutions at COMPUTEX 2023.
Offerings include AI/HPC servers, green computing solutions, gaming and creative products, industrial PCs, AI smart securities, and autonomous vehicle technology.
GIGABYTE's showcase will provide a comprehensive look at its advancements in computing hardware and server solutions.
GIGABYTE's High-Performance Computing (HPC) servers are equipped to meet the demands of the booming AI industry with applications such as generative AI and large language models, giving enterprises a competitive edge.
The company's GPU-accelerated servers, introduced in collaboration with its Giga Computing subsidiary, are designed to support exascale data analytics, deep learning, and machine learning tasks.
These servers are built with superior performance and energy efficiency in mind, integrating cutting-edge technologies from AMD, Ampere, Intel, and NVIDIA.
In addition, GIGABYTE will showcase its immersion cooling solutions that address the growing concern over data center power consumption and carbon emissions.
Already adopted by global semiconductor giants, telecommunications service providers, and top European research centers, these solutions demonstrate the company's commitment to sustainability and innovation.
GIGABYTE's cooling systems combine advanced cooling tanks, server configuration designs, and automatic monitoring mechanisms that promise energy efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
GIGABYTE also promises to keep gaming and content creation enthusiasts on their toes by showcasing its latest computing portfolio, including the Red Dot Design Award-winning AORUS and AERO motherboards, graphics cards, and notebooks.
In addition, Tech Talk sessions throughout the four-day event will offer first-hand insights from industry leaders on AI advancements and green computing technologies, in line with the evolving "Future of COMPUTING" landscape.
The COMPUTEX 2023 exhibition will be held from May 30 to June 2 at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center.