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CommunicAsia and BroadcastAsia Set To Shape The Future of Technology and Communications

CommunicAsia and BroadcastAsia, the most established infocomm technology (ICT) and media communications event of its kind in Asia, will return from 19 to 22 June 2012 at the prestigious Marina Bay Sands and award-winning Suntec Singapore respectively.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 technologies, products and solutions from 2,000 multinational and small and medium companies. Visitors can avail of opportunities to listen to industry luminaries, network with business leaders and government officials and forge business partnerships.

Strong growth in India’s ICT sector

The Indian IT services industry is expected to reach $100 billion in revenues this year, with exports contributing to about $69 billion. The industry impacts India's GDP by around 7.5% and employs close to 2.8 million employees, with an additional 230,000 employees expected to be added in fiscal 2012.

The telecommunications sector in India is the second largest in the world and on a growth track. According to Business Monitor International (BMI), India is currently adding 8-10 million mobile subscribers every month. It is estimated that by mid-2012, more than 80% of the country's population will own a mobile phone. According to TRAI, up to January 2012, India has 936 million telephone subscribers with 904 million mobile subscribers with a tele-density of 78. The India mobile handset market, that includes feature phones and smartphones, will grow at over 30 percent during 2012 to touch revenues of Rs 40,000 Crore (USD 8 billion).

This rapid growth gives Indian companies the impetus to extend their businesses beyond India to other countries in the Asian region.

CommunicAsia presents Indian companies with the most relevant launch pad in Asia

The last edition of CommunicAsia witnessed as many as 59 leading Indian companies which attracted over 1,300 companies from around the world. A total of 49 group delegations came to source from and network with the large selection of exhibitors. Visitors were treated to a galore of global innovations which debuted at the event such as Huawei's MediaPad. Mobile application developers, satellite companies and cloud services were also a major hit with attendees.

This year, the Telecom Equipment & Services Export Promotion Council (TEPC) – set up by the Ministry of Commerce & Industry and Ministry of Communications & IT, Government of India to promote and develop the export of telecom equipment and services, will be participating in the event for the third consecutive time. TEPC will be leading exhibitors such as Elitecore Technologies Ltd, Indusnet  Technologies, Matrix ComsecPvt Ltd, Navigators Software, Nexge Technologies, Space Telelink Limited and more to pursue business opportunities outside of India.

Speaking at a press conference in New Delhi, Mr. R.K. Pathak, Secretary for Telecom Equipment & Services Export Promotion Council says, “This is the third time we are participating in CommunicAsia and that demonstrates opportunity in Asia Pacific region and our faith in Asia’s most distinguished infocomm technology (ICT) and media communications event. The show is very relevant to the ever changing ICT market in South East Asia and features current topics such as mobile broadband, mobile commerce and innovations, next generation services, satellite communications, smartphones & devices and many others. India is also fast emerging as a hi-tech hub for manufacturing of telecom equipment and CommunicAsia provides us an ideal platform to display our technology as well as exchange knowledge with international experts and witness latest trends.”

Tata Communications, a leading provider of The New World of Communications, leverages its advanced solutions capabilities and domain expertise across its global network to deliver managed solutions to multi-national enterprises, service providers and consumers across the world, will be returning to CommunicAsia for the second time.

“Asia is an important geography for Tata Communications and we have specifically chosen to base our international headquarters in Singapore for this reason. CommunicAsia offers us a unique local forum to showcase our powerful service solutions across sectors and technologies. The event resonated very well with our customers last year and cemented our faith in CommunicAsia. I have all confidence that the event will yet again offer us excellent prospects for showcasing our various global technology innovations. It will also give us valuable networking opportunities with potential customers and business partners,” saysMr. Amit Sinha Roy, Vice President, Marketing & Strategy, Global Enterprise Solutions, Tata Communications.

Other individual Indian exhibitors include Kavveri Telecom, PPC India Pvt Ltd., S M Creative Electronics Limited, and more.

Also speaking at the press conference, Ms. Agnes Leung, Senior Project Manager, SES comments, “India is a very exciting market in today’s global ICT scenario. Indian exhibitors will truly benefit from CommunicAsia as it provides an efficacious launch pad to showcase the latest and best that technology has to offer. As the only truly international shows in Asia where business professionals across a range of industries come together in one city for one week, and with strong support and endorsement from over 20 leading trade associations including Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union (ABU), Asia-Pacific Satellite Communications Council (APSCC), Asia-Pacific Telecommunity (APT), Singapore Infocomm Technology Federation (SiTF) and others, CommunicAsia and BroadcastAsiacontinue to play a pivotal part in driving the conversation for development within the industry.”

CommunicAsia2012:Shaping Vision, Creating Reality

CommunicAsia2012 will feature breakthrough developments in NextGen Networks, Broadband and satellite technology, as well as a sneak peek into mobile apps and solutions and dynamic industry deals set to alter ICT in Asia and beyond. Leading returning exhibitors include ADTRAN, Eltek Power, Comba  
Telecom, CommScope, Falcon Interactive, FiberHome, GlobeCast, Huawei, Inmarsat, Intelsat, Irdeto, Netop Technology, Prysmian, Rosenberger, SES, Tektronix, Tata Communications, ZTE and more; new participants include AMOS-Spacecom, Anritsu, Aver Information Inc, Benchmark Technologies, Calix Networks, NIS SOLUTION, NovelSat, Smaato, Softlayer Technologies, Vidiator, Winmate Communication and Yokogawa Engineering Asia.

This year’s show will provide more exhibition space and hospitality suite options for exhibitors. There will be more than 20 international pavilions, including representation from Australia, Belgium, Brunei, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Israel, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, UK, USA and more. Three Techzones, focusing on ‘Fibre’ for NextGen Services, Cloud Services and Security, NextGen Services –M2M and mCommerce– will feature cutting-edge products, technologies and solutions.

EnterpriseIT, held in conjunction with CommunicAsia, will showcase innovative applications and end-to-end solutions, ranging from Cloud to satellite to mobile technologies, across the entire value chain.It is expected to take up 40 per cent of exhibition space at Marina Bay Sands, with exhibitors comprising international software and IT systems providers, and companies offering enterprise solutions. These include key companies such as Asia Pacific Network Information Centre (APNIC), Consistel, CrimsonLogic, Extreme Networks, Kore Wireless, Mindwave Solutions, NComputing, PCCW Global, Providence Solutions, SecureAge Technology, Singapore Technologies Electronics, Softlayer Technologies, Starvision, Stellent Solutions and Terra Systems. In addition, the CommunicAsia2012 Summit sessions will also feature tracks dedicated to enhancing enterprises’ capabilities, especially towards mobile technologies and applications such as M2M, mCommerce, Cloud Computing and more. These topics will cater to companies in the healthcare, retail, hospitality and other sectors.

Summit complementsCommunicAsia2012 with most current topics

CommunicAsia2012 Summit will offer distinctly titled forums and workshops that address the most compelling issues and challenges for the ICT industry with the spotlight on mobile-driven trends. Extended sessions dedicated to mobile-focused topics encompassing m-Commerce, Mobile VAS, and Mobile Security issues will be added to the conference, alongside the latest tracks on Mobile Payments, Mobile Health, Customer Experience Management (CEM), and OTT Business Models. Companies participating at the Summit include Amazon Web Services, Pacnet, RIM, Tata Communications, Telstra, The Commonwealth Bank of Australia, VMware, Vodafone and many others.

BroadcastAsia2012: Integrating Technologies, Experiencing Content

Asia’s leading digital media, entertainment and film industry event, BroadcastAsia will showcase a global array of the latest technologies, applications, equipment and solutions in Film, Audio and TV with a spotlight on Multi Streaming Technologies, Hybrid Broadcast Broadband TV (HbbTV), Playout Services, Pro-Audio Technology, Over The Top (OTT)Technology, Cloud Broadcasting and Digital Radio.

As cloud-based technologies and services are increasingly being adopted to deploy the appropriate hardware and software solutions, broadcasters are being pushed to support ever-increasing distribution platforms. Consumers are already viewing content on a variety of devices like PCs, tablets,  smartphones or netbooks, spearheading a multiscreen usage trend that will soon become a mainstream activity. Consequently, multiscreen connectivity is fast becoming the norm, with new portable devices enabling flexible personalisation of multimedia content. 

The new feature area at BroadcastAsia2012 will focus on Over the Top Technology (OTT), a must-see for industry professionals as OTT delivery promulgate in the coming years; with cloud broadcasting setting new standards in video content delivery network (video CDN).  Solutions for Digital Radio, DVB-T2, File-based and Digital Media Asset Management will also be showcased.

Insightful conferences alongside the BroadcastAsia2012 exhibition

Backed by an international panel of speakers and industry veterans, the BroadcastAsia2012 International Conference and Creative Content Production Conferences return this year with a behind-the-scenes look at the latest technologies and techniques panning out in the market. With the growing momentum behind Smart TVs, Cloud Broadcasting, Multi-platform and OTT delivery and the challenges of managing an effective PayTV model as well as digital asset management, the BroadcastAsia2012 International Conference will offer more sessions to address the latest needs and technologies in the broadcasting industry.In its third successful instalment, the Creative Content Production Conference will comprise a mix of topical issues, case studies and hands-on sessions to address the evolving challenges faced by production professionals from new media and visual effects to editing and IP rights. 
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