EXPO COMM Russia 2016 to Focus on Future of 5G Standard, Smart Solutions & Innovative Ecosystems

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The upcoming 22nd edition of EXPO COMM Russia 2016 Exhibition and Forum will present advanced information and communication technologies. The event takes place April 19-21, 2016 at VDNH Exhibition Centre, Pavilion 75 in Moscow.

EXPO COMM Russia 2016 is organized by E. J. Krause & Associates and ITE Moscow, Russia’s largest organizer of exhibitions and conferences.

The Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation and the Federal Agency of Communications (ROSSVIAZ) have announced official support and their participation at EXPO COMM Russia 2016 Exhibition and Forum. As early as December 2015, the Moscow Government Department of IT (DIT) confirmed full support for the event.

Further cooperation partners are APKIT, the Association of Computer and IT Businesses, RUSSOFT Association, GLONASS/GNSSForum Association, ASTRA Association of Strategic Outsourcing and HD Union, the Association of HD TV and DCinema. TelecomDaily is the official information partner.

EXPO COMM Russia has more than 50 trade and business media portals as its media partners. The event is targeting 12 000 specialists representing key industry sectors.

The International Info-Media Communications Forum will play an integral part of EXPO COMM Russia 2016 under the theme “Looking into the future”.

Plenary and break-out sessions include topics such as innovative development strategies of Russia’s ICT up to 2020, strategies of promoting 4G/LTE network-based services and the future of 5G standard in Russia, smart solutions, innovative ecosystems, digital broadcasting as well as mobile-, broadband- and communication networks.

It will be attended by representatives of ministries, corporate and telecom operators, system integrators, ICT equipment manufacturers, software developers, solution providers, IT services and consultants.


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