Based on the application foundation of AI within the industrial field, AIGC has welcomed a robust development among industrial segments, with integration of industrial software, including CAX and EDA, in the hope of replenishing for the dislocation yielded by the innovation of process technology and AI applications. This would fully improve the substantial efficacy generated by AI, especially for fields such as visual identification and virtual reality (VR).
Edge computing involves the relocation of computing processes from centralized cloud systems to the very source where data are generated. This shift brings about several advantages, notably a significant boost in computing speed and a reinforcement of data security. For the manufacturing sector, where precision, stability, and security are prioritized, edge computing emerges as a pivotal enabler for unlocking the true potential of smart manufacturing. Furthermore, looking towards the future, it is anticipated that the development of edge computing will fully embrace the trend of edge AI.
A smart city generates a large amount of data through the Internet of Things (IoT), which will not only improve traffic and increase the efficiency of city operations but enable more precise decision-making for city managers. Currently, the sensing systems in smart cities are still in the stage of extensive deployment. As communication infrastructure improves, the connectivity and sensing networks become more intricate. Through IoT platforms, data integration is possible, and as the volume of data continues to grow, these platforms will increasingly unlock the value of the data they handle.
This report offers a comprehensive analysis of the competitive landscape in the AI server market, providing a forecast for 2024 and identifying key factors driving future trends. It further delves into the strategies adopted by China’s AI server industry to navigate the constraints on advanced AI chips, with a specific focus on developments in GPU, ASIC, and HBM chips.
Due to the close relation between vehicle safety and both traffic and personal safety, various features such as internet connectivity, communication requirements, and software-defined vehicles all contribute to an increase in potential attack vectors. Moreover, as the number of electric vehicles (EVs) rises and the charging infrastructure expands, the scope of cyberattack targets also widens accordingly. Consequently, there is a pressing need to enhance cybersecurity measures and effectively manage vulnerabilities to safeguard vehicles from multiple security threats.
In just six short months, AI has advanced from generating text, images, music, and code, to automation and generative agents, exhibiting astonishing capabilities. This report, aside from focusing on the latest developments in AI, also probes into how governments and industries are formulating strategies to ensure positive AI advancements, as well as analyzes the timeline for large-scale implementation of AIGC and its impact on the demand for AI servers.
Fueled by supportive government policies, the development focus of quantum technology has rapidly shifted from the field of quantum computing (QC) to include the fields of quantum communication (QComms) and quantum sensing (QS) in recent years. This shift aims to improve digital communication and provide commercial applications. As a result, the scales of the global markets for QC, QS, and QComm are estimated to have reached US$581 million, US$279 million, and US$1.15 billion respectively in 2022.
1. A Brief Observation of the Coopetition Dynamics in the Global Notebook Processor Market: CPU and GPU Perspective
2. Coopetition Analysis of the Global Notebook CPU Market
3. Comparison of Competitive Strategies among AMD, Arm/Apple, and Intel in the Post-Pandemic Era
4. Coopetition Analysis of the Global Notebook dGPU Market
5. Changes in Market Share of Notebooks in 2024: Impact of Processor Architecture Design and Global Economic Factors
6. TRI's View
1. Server Market: Review of 1Q23 and 2Q23
2. Developments of Server OEMs and Cloud Service Providers (CSPs)
3. OEMs’ and CSPs’ Relations with Taiwan ODMs
4. Key Server Market Topics and Trends
5. TRI’s View
Currently, there are two encryption methods that are capable of resisting quantum attacks. The first is quantum cryptography that is based on quantum mechanics, while the other is post-quantum cryptography (PQC) that centers on a new class of hard mathematical problems. At the present stage, the overall benefits provided by PQC surpass those of quantum key distribution (QKD) because the underlying basis of the encryptions enabled by PQC is algorithms that quantum computers cannot break. Furthermore, PQC can be deployed with existing computing equipment. By contrast, QKD faces certain difficulties in terms of the development and setup of the related specialized equipment because quantum technology has yet to reach maturity. A considerable length of time as well as a significant amount of resources are needed to achieve widespread use for QKD.