Many LED devices will be on display at the Taiwan International Lighting Show, which will be the first event of its kind to take place at the Taipei World Trade Centre from March 12th to 15th.
More than 170 firms will be displaying products on over 400 booths at the show, which covers all aspects of lighting, from the commercial, industrial and home sectors.
Taiwan Lighting Fixture Export Association chairman Wu Chao-lin explained that because LED streetlights and tubes are popular among foreign buyers, now is the perfect time to hold the fair.
According to Focus Taiwan, he thinks that the four-day event will attract up to 300 foreign buyers.
The publication also noted that LED manufacture first began in the country in 1986 and covered all upstream, midstream and downstream production lines.
At the beginning of the month, Gartner noted that server shipments in the Asia Pacific region declined by 3.8 per cent last year when compared to 2008 figures.
However, it is thought that figures will increase following positive gains during the fourth quarter of 2009.