In recent years, Taiwan has benefited from the Sino-US trade war, and foreign capital has returned in large numbers. In addition, the epidemic has facilitated long-term cooperation and online transactions. All walks of life are optimistic that Taiwan will usher in a new golden decade and seize the digital economy. It has transformed into an island of digital resilience. Netcom equipment is an indispensable infrastructure for digital transformation, especially Ubiquiti Inc. (UI), the world's third largest commercial wireless Netcom solutions manufacturer. In 2010, it officially established its global R&D headquarters in Taiwan.
After all, what is the strong attraction of Taiwan, so that this American businessman will continue to invest more and dig deeper into the value of local talents? In addition to semiconductors, we have other unknown Taiwanese light To stand out on the global stage in the future will depend on innovation! In the World Economic Forum (WEF) Global Competitiveness banner design Report, Taiwan has been ranked first in the Asia-Pacific region and fourth in the world in "Innovation Capability" for two consecutive years. Indeed, in addition to the world-famous semiconductor chips, there are other aspects to be concerned about, and the Netcom industry is one of them. Yang Zonghua, director of product design at UI Taiwan, pointed out our strengths, "In the early days of UI founder Robert Pera, he was interested in Taiwan's leading technology supply chain, and gradually found that Taiwan not only has hardware technical talents, but also software development. Therefore, we will continue to expand Taiwan's overall design capabilities in the integration of software and hardware." 02 Photo Credit: Ubiquiti Inc.
UI Taiwan Product Design Director - Yang Zonghua In fact, the expansion of the number of people in the UI R&D headquarters in Taiwan in the past few years is highly positively correlated with their global revenue data. UI will create a turnover of US$1.8 billion in 2021. The average revenue in the past five years has increased by nearly 30%, and it is still soaring rapidly. Yang Zonghua explained, "In 2010, there were only more than 10 R&D teams in Taiwan. Later, we continued to lay the foundation for design and development, and coupled with the diversification of product lines, after 2017, the number of members began to double at a rate of doubling, from more than 100 employees to this year. Looking at the recruitment scale of more than 700 people, it is an unquestionable fact that the creative heart of UI comes from Taiwan.” 03 Photo Credit: Ubiquiti Inc. UI will generate nearly $1.8 billion in revenue in 2021, and revenue has grown rapidly in the past five years. Taiwan is the preferred field for incubating innovation, and the talent pool has three advantages 04 Photo Credit: Ubiquiti Inc.