The spirit of conquering an aspect may manifest itself a little later, but we know when it is time to stand back from the ambitious victory of CommunicAsia 2014; the 25th international Communications and Information Technology exhibition and conference held in Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands. Drawing an impressive array of conference highlights, exhibitors’ participations and crowd traction, the three-day event from 17 June 2014 packs a punch in a condensed advocate of innovative technologies that serve business relevance.
While keynotes and presentations aim to cover the long range of topics over the spread of the event’s course, the content chiefly feature 4G/LTE, AR and Innovations, Content Security Management, FTTx, Mobile Apps, Mobile Broadband, Mobile Devices, RF & Cables, and Telecom Energy & Power System. Notably, Satellite Communication will be considered a touch point for connectivity in various industries and in its place, developed into SatComm2014, a sifted business platform for the satellite community.
Different elements (such as BroadcastAsia 2014 and EnterpriseIT 2014) have been branched out to separate content schedules happening concurrently with CommunicAsia’s insight. Trade professionals will have a spread of information at their access under the attendance of the leading room player, Singapore Exhibition Services (SES) Pte Ltd, an innovative and respected exhibition and conference organiser in Asia since 1976. Another big player behind the great array of resources is Infocomm Media Business Exchange (imbX), the umbrella above the largest infocomm and media sector fortifying Singapore’s position as a leading infocomm and media hub. The giant media’s presence is jointly organised by SES and the Singapore infocomm Technology Federation, and is hosted by the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (iDA) and the Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA).
CommunicAsia 2014 will see an array of happenings simultaneously supporting the event in its cause. Presenting a portion on the futuristic theme “NXT”, this will see three topics (Connected Services, Enterprises, and Cities) all tackling an individual aspect of change future technology trends might bring to the business table. From 2 to 4pm across the event, a myriad of exhibitors will also be involved with “NXT”-related keynotes or product demonstrations, and the subsequent showcase. Other highlights of the whole event includes a day dedicated to Small Medium Enterprises (SME) field experiences, Myanmar Connect, networking with Key Technologies, and an impressive showcase list of International Group Pavilions hosting 21 countries’ worth of technological attractions. For a detailed list of companies, do access the official record here.
With the strength backed by the participation of over 1000 unique technological companies and a growing list of topic genres, CommunicAsia 2014 proves to come back stronger than their 2013 show, which already saw more than 35,000 international trade attendees under one roof. Registration fees start from SGD$3,250.00 for a Full Summit Passport, which will cover all four days of the event and provide access to all twelve tracks and four workshops. To find out more information on participation rates and other regulations, check out their full Conference documentation here!