Computex 2024 - Connecting AI - Will Arrow Lake Come Out

2024-05-30 10:00:00

With the most complete manufacturing supply chain and IoT computing ecosystem, COMPUTEX TAIPEI is the world's leading technology B2B trade show held every June in Taipei, Taiwan. Over 1,600 exhibitors and 40,000 international professional visitors attend COMPUTEX TAIPEI every year. From key components to end products, consumer electronics to industrial solutions, ICT products to cross-field IoT solutions, COMPUTEX TAIPEI provides a one-stop procurement platform for global buyers. Numerous world leading IT companies choose COMPUTEX TAIPEI as their most important product launch event in Asia.

COMPUTEX Taipei announced that Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger will deliver a keynote address at the event on Tuesday, June 4, echoing the artificial intelligence (AI) theme of this year's COMPUTEX. Pat Kilsinger will demonstrate how Intel's next-generation data center and client products are integrating AI into platforms, security solutions, and open ecosystems to democratize innovative technologies and make AI ubiquitous.

Pat Gelsinger will detail how Intel's AI solutions are opening up new possibilities in the data center, in the cloud, and in network and edge applications around the world, as well as leading the era of AI PCs to transform the future of productivity and creativity. This includes Intel's multiple solutions, including products such as Xeon, Gaudi, and Core Ultra with AI acceleration.


There are reports that Intel may show off the Core Ultra 2 series, also known as Arrow Lake, at this show, but it is not sure whether it will be a mobile or desktop version of the processor. Intel shouldn't release Arrow Lake processors until the fourth quarter of this year, and Computex is the only major global industry event to take place between June and January, which is a great opportunity in itself.


This year's Taipei International Computer Show (COMPUTEX 2024) will be held from June 4 to 7 in Hall 1 and 2 of the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, China, covering six major areas: artificial intelligence computing, forward-looking communications, future mobility, immersive reality, green energy sustainability and innovation. With the theme of "Connecting AI", this year's exhibition focused on the latest global AI technologies and industry trends, attracting 1,500 exhibitors and 4,500 booths.

Lanbras has been invited to attend the show and will have deep communicate with those exhibitors during the whole exhibition.


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