GULFCOMMS returns

Major regional operators such as Etisalat and du will be out in force at GULFCOMMS 2007 as the event once again plays host to key telecommunications players from across the region.

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By  Administrator Published  July 31, 2007

Major regional operators such as Etisalat and du will be out in force at GULFCOMMS 2007 as the event once again plays host to key telecommunications players from across the region.

Now forming a key pillar of the newly rebranded GITEX Technology Week 2007, GULFCOMMS will bring together the leading lights of the mobile, fixed, IP and satellite sectors. Launched in 2006, GULFCOMMS is already the largest telecoms event in the Middle East.

"As those in the Gulf markets' telecommunications sectors continue or prepare for the process of liberalisation, GULFCOMMS is ideally placed to give both new and existing players the right platform from which to reap the benefits of these opportunities," says Helal Saeed Al Marri, the director general of Dubai World Trade Centre.

Major names such as Etisalat, du, Nokia and Alcatel-Lucent will once again ensure that GULFCOMMS is the place to be come September 8th for everyone associated with the regional telecoms industry.

The show, which will be located in Zabeel Hall at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre (DICEC), will showcase the very latest in telecommunications, networks, mobile communications and applications, next-generation networks, IP technology, satellite communications, brand new B2B VoIP technology and infrastructure solutions.

With the regional telecoms sector in strong health and the process of deregulation and liberalisation in full swing, interest in this year's GULFCOMMS is expected to surpass last year's highly successful launch show. In addition, with a series of seminars and conferences planned to run alongside the main event, in the form of the GITEX TECHNOLOGY WEEK Global Conference, GULFCOMMS 2007 will offer attendees an even more comprehensive forum for discussion, business networking and deal making.

A ‘CXO Power Lunch' entitled ‘Next generation services: Telecoms' for instance promises to be of certain interest to telecommunications delegates.

"With the addition of such relevant seminars, we feel we're adding more value than ever," Al Marri adds.

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