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Main telecommunication conference Caspian Telecoms 2012 will be held on 19-20 April 2012 in Hilton Istanbul Hotel. Conference has been organised since 2002 and annually brings together world telecoms leaders in the telecommunication market. Caspian Telecoms is recognised by branch community a leading forum on telecommunication and IT sector for the Caspian Region, the CIS Countries, Turkey and the Central Asia.
Caspian Telecoms Conference & Showcase is an annual event in the field of telecommunications and communication operators of the Caspian and Black Sea regions, all CIS countries, Central Asia and Caucasus. The conference has proved to be a general meeting place for many key players of the telecommunication industry for 10 years. Then Conference and Showcase will take part more than 500 Delegates from 25 countries world-wide that represent Telecommunications, Satellite, Mobile, Cable, Wireless, IT companies, Fibre Optics, Broadband, Software, Computer Technologies, TV-Radio-Broadcasting, Internet, as well as International Associations, Organisations, Financial Institutes and Banks in the sphere of Telecommunications, etc.
The success of the conference is largely due to the presence of senior-level participants from CIS countries who have the authority to make decisions. The conference is a platform for commercial and state telecommunications organisations to discuss, in detail, current issues in the telecommunications industry - including the licensing of telecommunications organisations, privatisation and legal and financial problems. Caspian Telecoms creates an effective business environment for establishing new contacts, holding talks and strengthening important ties.
Traditionally at Caspian Telecoms Conference take part Official Delegations of the following countries – Russia, Republic of Turkey, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Tajikistan, Armenia, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Moldova, Mongolia, Iran, Afghanistan, Bulgaria and Greece. It is planned to invite such countries as China, Pakistan and Romania.
Caspian Telecoms 2012 will present again the extensive program which has during its life won recognition of leading players of the telecommunication market as the most meaningful business and information event. Pace of discussions and reports will capture pressing questions of policy of communication, perspective technologies and introduction of high technologies.
The presentation exhibition includes 20 display stands and passes during carrying out of conference, providing a possibility to the telecommunication companies to show and show the advanced technologies and services which assist progress and modernisation of telecommunication branch of region.
Strategic Partners of Caspian Telecoms are Global Vsat Forum (GVF), “Vestnik Svyazi” magazine, COMNEWS, IKS – Consulting, Wireless Ukraine and Advanced Communications & Media Consulting.
The project is organised by ITE Exhibitions & Conference Ltd. (UK), ITE Moscow LLC (Russia) and EUF (Turkey).
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