CASPIAN TELECOMS 3rd International Turkish Telecommunications, IT and Computer Technologies Exhibiti (CASPIAN TELECOMS 200)
|Event Date/Time: Apr 11, 2005||End Date/Time: Apr 12, 2005|
11-14 April 2005, Ýstanbul Hilton Hotel and Exhibition Center, Turkey
3rd International Turkish Telecommunications, IT and Computer Technologies Exhibition, will be bringing State Telecom companies, and senior representatives from the managerial levels of Telecom companies together at the grand meeting held between 11-14 April 2005.
State Telecom representatives and telecom companies from Turkey, Israel, Great Britain, Finland, Germany, Russia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Bulgaria, Azerbaijan, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, Mongolia, and Belarus, will be meeting with the purpose of exhibiting their services and discussing regional issues related to telecommunications, information, communication and technology (ICT). The Summit is hosted by, Turkish Ministry of Transportation, Turkish Telecommunication Agency and Turkish Telekom, and in addition to the regional telecoms and IT investors, many senior representatives from international telecommunication organizations and international financial institutions including International Telecommunications Union (ITU), Regional Countries Communication Union (RCC), UNDP ICT Program, Black Sea Economic Council, Trade Council (BSEC- Business Council), European Bank of Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and World Bank will be participants of the summit.
Because of its suitability for professional business partnerships, Caspian Telecoms Exhibition, which will be held between 12-14 April at Ýstanbul Hilton Conventional Center, provides a unique opportunity for companies to exhibit their technologies, products and services and to make agreements with the Caspian and CIS emerging markets. Turkish telecommunication and IT companies will be coming together at this summit with the purpose of trading and meeting potential competitors and customers. We believe that the increasing participation in the Caspian Telecoms exhibition whose main focus is B2B partnerships, is due to political and economic stability observed in the region and in Turkey, huge potential of the Telecommunications sector, investment opportunities, and transit potential of Caspian, Central Asia and Turkey.
This event, which will be hosting 350 participant firms from 50 countries this year, attracted companies like Gilat Satellite Networks, France Telecom, LG Cable, Intelsat, Rad Data Communications, Thuraya Satellite, Turkish Telekom and many other leading international brands last year. Caspian Telecoms Exhibition, in addition to being the main transit for telecommunication, IT and software companies who want to trade with CIS and Caspian countries also has the potential of being the main Telecom and IT event in Turkey.
15.000 telecommunication experts and IT visitors are expected to visit Caspian Telecoms Exhibition, which is held for the third time. Sectors represented at Caspian Telecoms 2005 include; fixed lines, cellular, IT hardware and software, fiber optic, satellite technologies, broad band technologies and services.
Among the various issues to be discussed at the Caspian Telecoms Exhibition, which will be held between 11-12 April at Ýstanbul Hilton Hotel, are; regional fixed lines, upgrade of satellite and cellular infrastructure, demonopolization of networks, continuous state privatisation programs, regional licensing and regulatory environments, satellite, fixed lines, mobile 3G broadband multimedia audio, video, and data services, and the long term potential of the new telecommunications technology. Agenda of the summit also includes a private seminar about telecommunication standards and regulations which is organized by Turkish Telecommunication Agency, EBRD, and International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and which is attended by Caspian and Black Sea state delegations’ senior Telekom representatives.
Some of the participating companies of Caspian Telecoms 2004: Ace*Comm Corp, Afghantelecom,Agency for Informatisation and Communication of Kazakhstan, Alcatel, AzEurotel, Aztelecom, Babilon-T, BBS Access, Belconn, Belrossviaz Association, Bercut, Bitelecom, BtN Access, CBOSS Association, Cellvine, Computer Engineers and Programmers Association, Corning Cable, CPG, BBS Telefon, DveD Iletisim Sistemleri Ltd, EBRD, ECI Telecom, ElektroSvyaz Georgia, ETK Kablo, Equant, Eutelsat, EZAN, Ferma, France Telecom Mobile Satellite Comm, Fitch Ratings, GHP Card Systems AG, Gilat Satellite Networks, Golden Telekom, Goodwin Group, Grata Law Firm, Hesfibel, Hobim Bilgi Islem Hizm, Hughes Network Systems, iBasis, Ikon Iletisim, Infotech, Invenoa Software, Inet Deutschland, Intelsat, Intel Technologies Inc, Inmarsat, Intersputnik, Intervizyon, Iskratel, ITU, ITXC Corp, Karel, KazakhTelecom, Kyrgyztelecom, LG Cable, LS Telecom, MIGA, Ministry of Communications Belarus, Ministry of Communications and Transport of Bulgaria, Ministry of Communications Tacikistan, Ministry of Transport & Communications of Kyrgyzstan, Ministry of Communications and Information Technologies Azerbaijan, Ministry of Infrastructure and Development Georgia, Ministry of Infrastructure of Mongolia, Ministry of Post Telegraph and Telephone of Iran, Ministry of Transport and Communications of Turkey, Mobile Europe, MoldTelecom, Mongolia Telecom, MVS Group, Mutlu Aku Malz, Nera, Net Cracker Technology, NetHawk, New Skies Satellite, OSS Corporation, Ozgun Kablo, Rad Data Communications, Peter- Service, Pirelli Cavi E Sistemi Telecom, Post and Telecommunication Authority of Mongolia, Profen Engineering, Proton, Rohde & Schwarz, RosTelecom, Saf Tehnika, Santral Dis Tic, Satcom, Satko, Saykom Sayýsal Telekomünikasyon Paz, Sema Biliþim Danýþmanlýk, Sistema Telecom, Spintek, Sun Microsystems, T-Systems, Taide Network, TadjikTelecom, Telepati, Telecommunications Authority of Turkey, Telemix, TeliaSonera, Thales Antennas, Thuraya, Transtelecom, TT Mobile, TUTED, TurkTelecom, Tuyad, Tyco Electronics Raychem, Turk Pirelli Kablo Sist, Vesnet, Vogel Medya, UkrTelecom, UNDP, Usha Comm, Uzbek Agency for Communication and Informatisation, Uzbektelecom, Uzinfocom, Vesnet, World Bank …
Information about the organizators:
Established in 1991, ITE Group PLC is recognised as the leading organiser of exhibitions and conferences in emerging markets. ITE is now involved in organising over 200 events per year in a number of sectors including transport, oil and gas, telecoms, travel and tourism, food and drink and construction. ITE organizes shows in over 20 countries.
Iteca, an exclusive partner of British International exhibition organiser ITE Group Plc, is the leading organiser of international exhibitions and conferences in Kazakhstan, Central Asia and the Caspian region. Today Iteca organises more than 40 events in various industry sectors throughout Central Asia. Iteca has offices in Almaty, Astana (Kazakhstan), Tashkent (Uzbekistan) and Baku (Azerbaijan).
EUF (Turkey) is a subsidiary of ITE Group Plc in Turkey organising the participation of Turkish companies at ITE exhibitions in Russia and Central Asia. EUF also organises exhibitions in Turkey in the telecoms, transport and oil and gas industries
Business Events Management (BEM) is a subsidiary company of ITE Group specialising in the organisation of international and regional governmental infrastructure conferences and exhibitions in Turkey, the Caspian region, Central Asia, North Africa and Middle East focusing on the oil and gas, transport, telecommunication and banking sectors.