Tuesday, March 1, 2011

CeBIT Оpening

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will go tonight, International Exhibition of Advanced Technology Cebit in Hanover, told AFP.
Each year the fair is a partner country, which presents special stand with their technological achievements. This year's CeBIT is a partner of Turkey.
The exhibition started to repay their historical role of the public celebration of all useful and fun things you can do with your computer, notes Monday.
Attempts in recent years the fair to become the Congress of the professionals failed to give the necessary impetus for the exhibition, which this year gathers over 4200 exhibitors at CeBIT, according to director Frank Pyorshman.
In 2001 the number of participating companies was twice as large - 8093, BTA writes.
For three years the number of exhibitors remained unchanged. Several manufacturers of digital printers such as Brother, Xerox and Epson, however, returned after years of absence at the exhibition from tomorrow until March 5.
Other European fairs such as CeBIT overshadow the exhibitions for home entertainment devices or smartphones, but the salon in Hanover still holds the league if you are looking for something less known as a router for wireless Internet or software to monitor electricity consumption.
Last year the expo was attended by 330,000 people. To attract the Germans, the organizers announced that they will run free anyone who has newly introduced German electronic identity cards. Most Germans still wear my old laminated identity cards.

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