Russian
News from Anritsu(85)
News from Fluke(23)
News from Keithley(28)
News from Keysight Technologies(223)
News from Metrel(0)
News from National Instruments(106)
News from Pendulum(14)
News from Rigol(2)
News from Rohde & Schwarz(161)
News from Tektronix(104)
News from Texas Instruments(44)
News from Yokogawa(23)
Anritsu
Fluke
Keithley Instruments
Keysight Technologies
METREL
National Instruments
Pendulum Instruments
RIGOL Technologies
Rohde & Schwarz
Tektronix
Texas Instruments
Yokogawa
Login
Login:
Password:
Forgot your password?
Register
Advertisement

CeBit 2010

CeBit 2010

09.03.2010

CeBIT is the world's largest trade fair showcasing digital IT and telecommunications solutions for home and work environments. The key target groups are users from industry, the wholesale/retail sector, skilled trades, banks, the services sector, government agencies, science and all users passionate about technology.

CeBIT offers an international platform for comparing notes on current industry trends, networking, and product presentations. Deutsche Messe AG has organized CeBIT in Hannover each spring since 1986.


A successful CeBIT 2010 has laid the foundation for business growth in the months ahead. "Over the past few days we have seen proof positive of CeBIT's strength and vitality. With an enhanced concept for next year's event, we will be setting the stage for further growth," commented Ernst Raue, the Deutsche Messe Managing Board member in charge of CeBIT, at the closing press conference on 6 March. "The 2011 show will feature an even sharper focus on all the right themes, thus making it even more appealing to new target groups and helping us consolidate our lead over the competition," Raue continued.

CeBIT 2010 significantly exceeded the expectations of participating firms. "CeBIT 2010 has been very impressive," declared Raue, adding: "There has been a truly infectious sense of enthusiasm here in Hannover over the past few days. We are witnessing the start of a substantial reduction in investment backlog," he continued. Numerous companies reported up to 30 percent more business leads at their stands than last year.

Visitors came to CeBIT with specific ICT projects in mind, and had clearly done their homework before arriving in Hannover. Projects initiated at the event represented a total investment volume of over ten billion euros, reported Raue. "CeBIT 2010 has turned aspirations of growth into concrete business orders. The industry has weathered the crisis and is now back in business," he declared.

4,157 companies from 68 countries exhibited at CeBIT 2010.

The next CeBIT 2011 will be staged from 1 to 5 March in Hannover.

www.cebit.de


Start date:  03/02/2010
End date:  03/06/2010
Venue:  Hannover, Germany
Organizer:  Deutsche Messe AG

Back to the list

Current issue
#4 August 2017
KIPiS 2017 #4
Topic of the issue:
Modern instrumentation
Search