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"QITCOM 2014 Focuses on Innovative Solutions in Communications and Information Technology

May 26, 2014



Doha, May 26 (QNA) - Qatar's annual ICT conference and exhibition "QITCOM 2014" is focussing on a different set of solutions designed to form the future of information and communication in Qatar's economy in the presence of a group of prominent speakers from around the world.



Activities of "QITCOM 2014," which kicked off earlier Monday, provides an ample opportunity for the major information and communications companies and organizations in the region and the globe to take advantage of the many promising opportunities that abound in the Qatari market, and to promote projects that keep pace with the advancement of knowledge renaissance experienced in Qatar.



QITCOM 2014 in its third edition is held in the presence and participation of innovation and business leaders in the sector of ICT in order to provide the latest technology and innovative global strategies that will support Qatar to achieve a knowledge-based economy.



The said conference and exhibition is organized by "Fisher Appelt" Company in cooperation with the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, and is being held for three days in Qatar'sNational Convention Centre (QNCC).



QITCOME 2014 this year attracts more than 150 exhibitors from ten countries around the world, along with a number of distinguished speakers and experts in the field of communications and the best organizations, companies and exhibitors from local, regional and global areas.



It also focuses on the world prime techniques and trends in the field of ICT to be employed from a local perspective, as the idea behind it is localizing these technologies so that they become closer and more convenient to the local market.



The aim of this annual event is to promote the growth of ICT through the presentation of techniques and ideas that would positively impact all sectors of the economy ranging from giant corporations to even small and medium enterprises.(MORE)




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Source: Qatar News Agency


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