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CABSAT 2002 in Dubai to have strong UK presence

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At least 20 British broadcast, cable, satellite and telecom companies will participate in the eighth Middle East International Cable, Satellite, Broadcast & Telecommunications Exhibition (CABSAT 2002) from 5-7 March.

Organised by the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) at its exhibition complex, CABSAT 2002 will offer a platform for companies and professionals across the world to make inroads into the west Asian market.

Says DWTC international project manager Vijay Menon: "The larger UK presence at the show this year highlights the level of confidence the exhibitors have in the event and the excellent business networking opportunities the show offers in the region."

The UK pavilion at the CABSAT 2002 will include Motorola, one of the world's leading mobile phone providers, which recently launched its Global Packet Radio Service (GPRS)-enabled mobile handsets in west Asia and North Africa. The GPRS service with new digital compression techniques enhances data transfer speeds more than ten times as compared to GSM technology.

Encoda Systems will exhibit solutions for programme planning, airtime sales and multi-channel delivery, while Quantel will showcase the latest editing technologies including multi-format, multi-resolution post-production platforms. Rydex/CDT, manufacturers of telecommunication and data network cable for switching, transmission and wireless applications will exhibit their latest protocol and exchange equipment.





Continental Microwave Ltd, CP Case, Harmonic, LSI Projects, Project Departments, Questech International, Soundcraft, Tandberg Television, TIA, Trimedia, Innovation Europe, Europe Star, Leitch Europe, Nettest LTD, Quartz, Sinclair, Tandberg Television, Trade Fair Support and Vinten Broadcast Ltd. are among the other UK companies who will be showcasing their products at the CABSAT 2002.





168 exhibitors representing 21 countries participated in the exhibition in 2001, attracting 4,500 trade professionals from the region.

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