Events showcasing electronic and communications appliances and components have long been a staple for the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC). This year, the HKTDC combined its five autumn technology fairs events into a single exhibition, running in a hybrid physical and online format, that underscored Hong Kong’s emergence as a growing innovation and technology hub.
As business digitalisation accelerates, data and applications to store and process it grows in importance but can be expensive. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) may find outsourcing their data housing to professionally managed data centres is the most cost-effective approach.
In order to accelerate the integration of information and communication technology (ICT) to create an intelligent manufacturing industry, Hong Kong-based innovation and technology company Nexsen sees Industry 4.0 as an opportunity to actively expand into offshore markets.
The metaverse is set to shake up the business world and traditional supply chains previously constrained by physical boundaries. This webinar will consider the implications of the metaverse for the Hong Kong business community including the heightened cybersecurity risks. It will also examine ways in which Hong Kong small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can rework the architecture of their businesses in this new, decentralised era.
A showcase for information and communications technology (ICT) firms from around the world, the 18th HKTDC International ICT Expo will comprise specialised zones – Enterprise Solutions, Smart City, Startup, Smart Devices & Accessories, Retail Technologies, Home Grown Innovation and Retail Technologies. The Startup Zone includes 150 tech start-ups from Hong Kong, the British Virgin Islands, Canada, Japan, Mainland China, Russia, Taiwan, Thailand and the United States.
Food, shelter and mobile data are the fundamental commodities humans need to survive but ever-increasing complexity of mobile devices means that ensuring access to the last one – mobile data – creates an ever-rising demand for power.
Communications technology reached a historic milestone at the beginning of April this year as Hong Kong's fifth-generation mobile (5G) network was officially fully connected, linking all major communication equipment.
For hundreds of thousands of suppliers and buyers looking to continue with business despite COVID-19-induced travel restrictions, a convenient solution is at hand.