Computime relocates to Science Park

Technology and manufacturing company Computime has relocated its headquarters to Science Park (Image Scottwonghk / iStockPhoto)

Hong Kong based technology and manufacturing company Computime Group has relocated its corporate headquarters to Science Park to support its business expansion.

The company also plans to use the move to more closely engage and share knowledge with companies and start-ups within the Greater Bay Area innovation and technology ecosystem.

To promote its move, Computime yesterday co-hosted a forum on advancements in data analytics with HKSTP. The event attracted the participation of Hong Kong government officials, academics, analysts and industry representatives.

The forum highlighted presentations and discussions on machine learning and its impact on everyday lives.

“I have always believed that sustainable development in technology requires the cooperation and partnership between the government, academia and corporations. I am particularly delighted to see representatives from each of these sectors hold engaging and robust discussions today,” Computime CEO Dr King Owyang said.

“Science Park provides not only a location, but also the innovators, the thinkers, and a living lab where ideas can be tested and fine-tuned. May our move here further add to the vibrant R&D environment that the Park is already known for, and help produce innovative solutions that will move Hong Kong closer to becoming a world-class smart city.”

Computime was founded in Hong Kong over 40 years ago, and began transitioning from a traditional electronics manufacturer into a global technology company more than 10 years ago.

The company has been investing heavily in IoT and smart living solutions via its R&D facilities in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Cincinnati and Silicon Valley in the US.


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