CommunicAsia2009 & BroadcastAsia2009 expect strong participation

MUMBAI: The organisers of CommunicAsia2009 and BroadcastAsia2009 are expecting a major presence of about 2,000 exhibiting companies from 65 countries and regions from across the globe during the show.

The exhibitions, which will be held during 16-19 June at the Singapore Expo, are considered as biggest networking and sourcing platforms for the global infocomm and media industries.

“The global gloom has accentuated the gleaming potential in Asia and increased the urgency in which international companies are moving into the continent,” said Singapore Exhibition Services CEO Stephen Tan. “CommunicAsia and BroadcastAsia’s established reputation and repeated ability to attract trade professionals from across the Asia Pacific region makes the shows the first choice for exhibiting companies, especially in the current environment of tighter budgets.”

CommunicAsia2009 will focus on the latest “hot technologies” for applications, solutions and hardware. These key technologies include IPTV, mobile entertainment, WiMAX, navigation and LBS, satellite, Femtocell, e-Government, Green IT, and mobile internet.

BroadcastAsia2009 will feature key technologies that draw interest and demand from the market. These include Broadcast-to-Handheld/Mobile TV, digital media asset management, high-definition technology, IPTV, mobile broadcasting and professional audio technology.

Also, digital signage, which reflects the growing global demands of the retail, hospitality, transportation and entertainment industries for a medium to captivate their audiences, will be featured for the first time during the exhibition.

A form of electronic display that is installed in public spaces, digital signage is set to replace the conventional printed posters with digital display panels. Visitors can look forward to displays from companies like Blackberry, Google, Harris, Huawei, LG, Navteq, Samsung, Yahoo! and ZTE.

CommunicAsia, BroadcastAsia, CG Overdrive, as well as various inter-government meetings, are part of the Infocomm Media Business Exchange (imbX). It brings together business leaders, companies and industry professionals to showcase their latest innovations, network, exchange ideas and tap new markets, the company said in a release.

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