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Infotel to kick off at the end of September

The popular Sri Lankan ICT exhibition Infotel will be held this year again at the BMICH starting from September 30 and ending on October 4, a five day period, the organisers said this week.
A local exhibition held over the past 18 years, Infotel was last organised in 2008 by the Federation of Information Technology Industry of Sri Lanka (FITISL) at which time as many as 30,000 visited the exhibition over its entire run.

Additionally, again according to Infotel's launch announcement, the exhibition will coincide with the "National ICT Week 2010". This includes "the CEO conclave and walk, student day and career guidance fair where large number of students from schools in the western province are expected to participate. In addition the Infotel FORUM, FITISL Young Computer Scientist (YCS) Awards, ICTer2010 International ICT Conference and the National Best Quality Software awards ceremony.”

Meanwhile, it has also been indicated that the exhibition will showcase products and solutions ranging from computer hardware, Business Software, SAS, Cloud Computing, Virtualisation, iDC, ICT Security, Hosted PBX, IP networking, Tele presence, Collaboration Technologies, Systems Integration, ITES (IT Enabled Services), Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), Office Automation to Telecommunication Equipment, Mobile Broadband, NGN (Next Generation Networks), Ubiquity, 3G, 4G, Wimax, LTE, IPTV, IP Convergence, IPv6 Technology, Smartphone Applications, Navigation and LBS (Location Based Services), ICT Training, Electronic Media, Computer Gaming, Medical Electronics, e-Citizen Services and e-Sri Lanka initiatives".

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