Russia continues GITEX Technology Week growth

40 leading Russian IT companies are presenting their solutions related to every sector at the show

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Russia continues GITEX Technology Week growth
Mehdiyev says Dubai remains attractive for Russian investments.
By  Manda Banda Published  October 10, 2018

GITEX Technology Week 2018 is this year witnessing the largest participation of Russian IT companies ever organised outside Russia. More than 40 leading Russian IT companies are presenting their solutions related to every sector of the show.

Continuous growth of Russian participation at GITEX is the product of Russian government incentive programme and ambitions of Russian companies to expand towards highly competitive and fast developing Middle East IT market.

Based on successful participation of inaugural Russian pavilion at GITEX 2017, Russian Export Centre once again announced its support to Russian companies and will showcase 60% of its country participation at GITEX 2018.

For the first time GITEX will host ‘Made in Moscow' pavilion which is presenting 16 companies that were selected out of 50 candidates. The pavilion will include 6 companies listed in the Top 20 IT solution providers as per Moscow Agency of Innovation.

Alongside regular participation of Kaspersky Lab and InfiNET, visitors will notice repeated participation of Infowatch - one of the leading information security solution providers in Russia, Eltex - Russia's leading producer of telecommunication equipment as well as RDP.RU, KeyGuard and RuSIEM.

Over 60% of Russian exhibitors are presenting at the show for the first time including ISBC - the leading smart card and RFID tag manufacturer in Russia, Zecurion that provides reliable protection against computer leaks and many more.

"Dubai has hosted the largest number of Russian National pavilions across many sectors than any other city in the world which proves Dubai's attractiveness as the exhibition and trade capital of the Middle East as well as the intentions of both the Russian government and businesses to expand towards this rapidly developing market," said Kamran Mehdiyev, managing director of Profex, official partner of GITEX in Russia and CIS.

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