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TELE-satellite International — The World‘s Largest Digital TV Trade Magazine
Exhibition halls are
always crowded with
professional visitors at
municAsia, will showcase innovative
applications and end-to-end solutions
across the entire value chain and trans-
forms the way companies operate and
communicate internally and beyond.
“CommunicAsia and BroadcastAsia
today are the only truly international
shows in Asia where business profes-
sionals across a range of industries
come together in one city for one week.
Strong support and endorsement from
over 20 leading trade associations in-
cluding Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union
(ABU), Asia-Pacific Satellite Communi-
cations Council (APSCC), Asia-Pacific
Telecommunity (APT), Singapore In-
focomm Technology Federation (SiTF)
and others, helps to strengthen the mix
of industry-leading exhibitors and visi-
tors from across the globe,” says Mr.
Victor Wong, Project Director of Com-
munications Events, Singapore Exhibi-
tion Services (SES). “We are proud to
provide an efficacious launch pad for
our exhibitors to showcase the latest
and best that technology has to offer.
This exclusive platform continues to
play a pivotal part in driving the con-
versation for development within the
Following the success of last year’s
event, which attracted a total of over
53,000 professional attendees from
more than 100 countries, attendees
to this year’s shows can look forward
to a myriad of the newest technolo-
gies, products and solutions from 2,000
multinational and small and medium
companies. Visitors can avail of oppor-
tunities to listen to industry luminar-
ies, network with business leaders and
government officials and forge business
CommunicAsia2012 will feature
breakthrough developments in Next-
Gen Networks and satellite technology,
as well as a sneak peek into the latest
market-ready devices and mobile apps
and solutions and dynamic industry
deals set to alter ICT in Asia and be-
yond. Leading returning exhibitors in-
clude Falcon Interactive, FiberHome,
Globecast, Inmarsat, Intelsat, Irdeto,
Netop Technology, PCCW Global, Prys-
mian, Rosenberger, ST Electronics, Tek-
tronix and Tata Communications; new
participants include Anritsu, Aver Infor-
mation, Hitachi Critical Facilities Protec-
tion and Novelsat.
There will be more than 20 interna-
tional group pavilions, including rep-
resentation from Australia, Belgium,
Brunei, Canada, China, France, Ger-
many, India, Indonesia, Israel, Korea,
Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, UK, USA
and more. Five Techzones, focusing on
‘Fibre’ for NextGen Services, Cloud Ser-
vices and Security, M2M, mCommerce
and Telepresence – will feature cutting-