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“The Internet of Things and the Internet of Vehicles are the most disruptive and rewarding forces in tech, and SmarTEX provides a unique opportunity for representatives of regional and global businesses to discover the latest innovations in IoT, build new partnerships, and establish their ideal positioning in the IoT ecosystem,” said Walter Yeh, president and CEO of the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA), the organizer of COMPUTEX.
“Nearly 130 companies in SmarTEX will be showcasing new and groundbreaking smart technologies that already influence our lives today, and will have an even greater impact in the future.”
These SmarTEX exhibitors are at the forefront of an IoT market that Gartner, Inc. forecasts will include 8.4 billion connected things in use worldwide in 2017, up 31 percent from 2016, and will reach 20.4 billion by 2020. Gartner also forecasts that total spending on endpoints and services will reach almost $2 trillion in 2017.
SmarTEX at COMPUTEX will take place in Exhibition Hall 1 of the Taipei World Trade Center. Exhibitors will include a broad spectrum of international suppliers, distributors, system integrators, and manufacturing companies.
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