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Siberia IT Forum to take place in Novosibirsk

19 Sep '07
Economic development of Novosibirsk region should be based on IT implementation, regional Governor Victor Tolokonsky says.

Over 150 national and foreign organizations are to take part in Siberia IT Forum in 2007. Among them are large industrial and supplying companies specializing in equipment, communications, computer safety control, mobile radio-navigation and stationary telemetering radio networks. Some companies also produce downlink transmitter as well as equipment for telecommunications: on-air and satellite broadcasting of TV and RV-programs.

According to Novosibirsk officials, such cities as Moscow, St. Petersburg, Korolev, Krasnoyarsk, Minsk, Novosibirsk, Voronezh, Zhukovsky, Nizhny Novgorod, Tomsk, Omsk and Orel display their merchandise at the exposition.

As part of the forum it is planned to hold conference on digital television in Russia that will cover its current situation as well as ways and problems of its implementation.
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