Broadband Taiwan 2008 - Setting the Pace in Asian ICT with New Trend Broadband Technology
Source: Taiwan External Trade Development Council TAITRA
TAIPEI, Taiwan, Oct 07, 2008 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- It's 2008 Broadband Taiwan! And we're jointly sponsored by TAITRA and the Taiwan Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers' Association (TEEMA) that kicks off today (October 7 to 11) for 5 link-up days at the NANKANG Exhibition Hall. The show is being held back-to-back with TAITRONICS 2008 and the Taipei International RFID Exhibition. The three shows have drawn international buyers and exhibitors from across the telecom world to scout the latest fruits of Taiwan's broadband telecom industry.
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The Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) is a non-profit government co-sponsored trade promotion organization in the Republic of China on Taiwan (R.O.C.) founded in 1970. TAITRA assists Taiwan businesses and manufacturers to reinforce their international competitiveness and to cope with the challenges they face in the foreign markets.
As the society gradually moves towards a technology dependent economy, its is important that business companies in countries like Taiwan keep up with the evolution of ICT through exhibitions like 2008 Broadband Taiwan. With reports that Taiwan IT industry rose from 6th to 2nd position and 18 high-tech industries moving on Global Top 100, clearly indicates that Taiwan have benefited from this type of IT exhibitions, excellent idea to boast Taiwan economic prospect in the midst of the US recession now. As far as broadband is concerned. Taiwan have empaised the importance of it. The idea to allow people to connect anywhere, anytime with the introduction of Optic Fiber Broadband Integrated Services, Open-type Broadband Telecommunication Systems, WiFi Theme Zone. This are areas that further research and development could reap more rewards for Taiwan.
The responds from the public as well as foreigners are very positive. There are 10% more exhibitors signing up this year, and 13% more space for exhibitors to showcase their products. 70,000 local and international visitors are expected to come for the exhibition, as well as some 6,000 foreign buyers.
Taiwan have always place great emphasis on broadband technology and i feel that its important for other countries to learn from them. We can't do without broadband nowadays , because without it we can't connect to the internet. Due to the increase in Wifi areas, better optic fiber to increase the amount of data transfered, and improved security, companies (small or large) should make use of opportunities like this exhibition to update or upgrade their companies network infrastructure.
Result of actions:
Five major zones featuring a combo of broadband technologies with daily use products to embrace Optic Fiber Broadband Integrated Services, Open-type Broadband Telecommunication Systems, WiFi Theme Zone, Photo Technology Generation Ideal Living Zone and the ITS Intelligence-Type Shipping System Zone.
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