Leading Technology Trends and the 4.0 Industry Revolution
Smart Tech Korea is the only integrated professional technology trade show in Korea. We lead the technology trends and 4.0 industry revolution.
All the outstanding people and the most advanced technology all over the world come together in one place at the International Smart Tech Korea.
It's a networking plaza for the people who believe in technology’s power to change society and celebrate today's innovations and tomorrow's possibilities.
South Korea is among the world's most technologically advanced and digitally connected countries; amongst the third most broadband Internet users among the OECD countries and is a global leader in electronics, digital displays, semiconductor devices, and mobile phones. Thanks to robust skills and investment in R&D, Korea is leading in the development of frontier technologies with the potential to transform production processes, stimulate the entry of new firms, and launch ground-breaking products and applications, according to a new OECD report.
The Science, Technology and Industry Scoreboard 2015 finds that over the past 20 years, Korean R&D spending as a share of GDP has doubled to reach one of the highest levels in the OECD area, at 4.15% in 2013, compared to an OECD average of 2.4%.
This investment has placed Korea at the frontier in the development of cutting-edge technologies:
For ICT-related technologies related to the Internet of Things, big data and quantum computing and telecommunications, Korea accounts for 14.1% of the patent families filed at the world’s largest patent offices.
KOTRA, the co-organisers of Smart Tech 2021 invites you to attend their 'Business Matching Program' for your company to have a virtual B2B meeting with participating Korean Companies during the event.
This is a great time for companies to explore the opportunities Korean companies have within the Smart Tech, AI & Big Data, Retail Tech and Visual Tech space. Smart Tech Korea 2021’s Business Matching Program will offer you the following;
Feel free to look around the buyers and exhibitors through the online matching program.
Meet your best-targeted partners based on your interests and goals.
Create your successful business story through B2B on-site meeting opportunities.
Join Smart Tech Korea’s 10th Anniversary and benefit from their expertise, deep knowledge and their highly qualified partner databases to make the most of your participation.
Do not miss out on your networking opportunity to meet with both local and international government agencies related industries associations and individual buyers.
KOTRA the co-organisers will arrange a virtual meeting with
participating Korean companies during the tradeshow period and will also provide the scheduling and interpretation services.
If you wish to explore this opportunity then please click here to register.
1993 – Founding
Jensen Huang from AMD, and Chris Malachowsky and Curtis Priem from Sun Microsystems, saw a market to improve graphics performance with dedicated hardware. They sensed that computer games would become a huge market and set out with $40,000 to found Nvidia.
1993 – Funding
Having named the company after a file-naming system they had devised, the trio needed funding, which came in the shape of a $20 million venture capital round led by Sequoia Capital.
1998 – Breakthrough
Nvidia had some success but their breakthrough would come with the introduction of the RIVA TNT graphics adapter. The following year, the company released the GeForce 256, which had on-board transformation and lighting. The GeForce comfortably led competitors.
2000s – success
Nvidia won the contract to develop graphics hardware for Microsoft’s Xbox and would go on to provide similar services to Sony for the Playstation 3. A slew of acquisitions and awards made Nvidia a household name in graphics.
2020 – Cambridge-1
The benefits of using the awesome power of graphics hardware to process other data was not lost on Nvidia, which announced plans to build the Cambridge-1, the UK’s most powerful computer. The company’s future in AI hardware development is virtually secure.
Photo credit: Nvidia
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