Computex Taipei is an international professional computer exhibition jointly organized by Taiwan's "Ministry of Economic Affairs" International Trade Bureau and the Taipei City Government. The Taiwan Foreign Trade Development Association and the Taipei Computer Business Association jointly organized the exhibition. For the first time in 1982, the predecessor was the "Taipei Computer Exhibition", which was exhibited at the Exhibition Center of the Foreign Trade Association of Songshan Airport. In 1984, the English exhibition was named COMPUTEX. After the Foreign Trade Association joined the exhibition in 1985, it officially Crowned on the international stage.
After the opening of the Taipei World Trade Center, it was fixed here since 1986, and officially became the largest computer show in Asia in 1989. As the scale of the exhibition expanded and the exhibition halls were opened, in 2003, After the official inclusion of the Taipei World Trade Center 3 in the exhibition area, it also announced that the exhibition has become the world's second largest exhibition, and since 2004, the situation of "four exhibition halls simultaneously exhibited" has been formed.
COMPUTEX TAIPEI is an annual event for the global information industry and an important economic and trade event in the Asian region. It has become a well-known professional ICT procurement exhibition. In recent years, the scale of exhibits has grown steadily, attracting 150 countries and regions from all over the world, including well-known mainland companies such as Lenovo, Peking University Founder, and Tsinghua Unisplendour, which have brought billions of dollars to exhibitors. Business opportunities are the best trading platform for IT companies and global business contacts.