THE region’s biggest ICT exhibitions — CommunicAsia, EnterpriseIT and BroadcastAsia — will return to Marina Bay Sands and Suntec Singapore on June 19-22.
Known as the platform for companies to introduce cutting-edge technologies and solutions, the two events will highlight pertinent industry developments and address emerging trends as well as provide enhanced networking opportunities for industry professionals from around the world.
CommunicAsia2012 will feature breakthrough developments in nextgen networks, broadband and satellite technology, as well as a sneak peek into mobile apps and solutions.
It’s a place where new and yet-to-be-available products and solutions for the communications industry will be showcased.
BroadcastAsia2012 will capture future trends in the broadcasting industry, addressing many pivotal issues as the industry braces itself against the new and fast changing consumer dynamics and the great content shift that is happening.
EnterpriseIT, held in conjunction with CommunicAsia, will showcase innovative applications and end-to-end solutions across the entire value chain as well as transform the way companies operate and communicate internally and beyond.
Malaysian companies are said to occupy about six per cent of exhibition space in the exhibition, making it the largest participation compared to other Asean countries outside of Singapore. The last edition saw more than 90 Malaysian exhibitors taking part.
New Straits Times Tech will be at the event to bring its readers the latest in communications technology.