The Top 8 Digital Companies – How New Technological Standards are Born

Digital expos held annually around the world are always a playground for many small and large digital companies. But what about the current leaders in the digital trend industry? Well, not only casual visitors and bloggers await to see what the big names have in store for them, but other competitive companies as well. Today we present to you the 8 largest digital companies that regularly attend the most recognised technology expos in the world.

1. Samsung Electric

Samsung

Easily known as the largest producer of smartphones in the world, the company Samsung always makes a huge uproar in the tech community when they attend an expo. It isn’t a secret that every time they release a flagship smartphone device, they are unrivalled by their competitors. Initially established in 1938 as a trading business, today Samsung has become one of the leaders in electronics and heavy industry technologies.

2. Aquafadas – Rakuten Group

Aquafadas – Rakuten Group

Renowned for its outstanding software works in telecommunications, the Rakuten Group is behind some of the most successful chat applications used today, such as Viber. But that is not all; Aquafadas also dabbles in the R&D of Artificial Intelligence, Immersive Interactions for Clients and Merchants, Shopping Experience Upgrade, E-Commerce and Loan platforms.

3. Apple Inc.

Apple Inc

Everyone that owns any type of technology released in the past ten years, knows the name of the company Apple. Renowned for their high-priced and stylish technology, Apple Inc. either attend the most famous technology expos in the world or hold their own tech announcement events. Apple technology usually sets up the trend standard for consumer-grade electronics, and this is why competitors also await Apple to announce or unveil something new every year.

4. Google

Google

This multinational company that excels in producing internet-related technology, has become the leader in many fields. Today, even large businesses depend on Google’s products for their own business. Online users even with average IT knowledge closely follow news released by Google, to stay in touch with the latest trends in the digital industry.

5. Alphabet Inc.

Alphabet Inc.

Established no more than 3 years ago, this parent company of Google managed to surpass Apple Inc. in terms of being the most “valuable public trading company” for a brief moment of time in 2016. This was definitely a significant achievement that made Alphabet Inc. a highly regarded business in the sectors of technology, life sciences, research, and an array of other industries.

6. Facebook

Facebook

The most famous social networking service company in the world, Facebook has had a profound effect on the global community. Today, besides managing its social network, Facebook is involved heavily in the research and development of next-generation technologies, including the purchasing of subsidiary businesses with digital backgrounds.

7. Oculus VR

Oculus VR

Established in 2012, this company decided that it was time to start working on a piece of technology that was long forgotten due to the lack of appropriate technology in the past – Virtual Reality. Only two years after existing, the giant Facebook acquired Oculus VR and helped it propel even further in its research for better and more efficient tracking and 3D technology. If you see an Oculus kiosk at any expo, you can be sure that it will have a lot of visitors.

8. Amazon.com Inc.

Amazon.com Inc.

No list would be properly completed without mentioning a business that started out as an electronic commerce and cloud computing distributor, which later branched out in several sectors varying from consumer electronics and technology to clothing and toys. Amazon.com has its own tech development branch, which occasionally surprises its audience with innovations in technology and management strategy development.

There Are More

Almost all large companies currently present on the global market have some kind of a digital technology investment going on. Most of those companies might have started as something else, but in today's economic rules they cannot afford to be behind, especially as even a small start-up company can have the potential and professional know-how to become a serious marketing competitor overnight. The race for technical standard superiority will never be over, and those digital companies that want to become first, have to introduce to the world a new, and revolutionary technological standard.

In Conclusion

Large digital companies do not attend a technological event simply to inform and promote their new ideas and tech. Such public events have an enormous potential of inspiring future developers and artists while creating a dialogue for change in the global digital sector. As long as people are utilizing electronics, the smallest and the largest tech companies will do their utmost best to lead humanity into a new era!


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