Second BICSI ACE Summit to be held during GITEX
ACE Summit is an ideal platform for industry stakeholders to share expertise, experiences, and challenges.
BICSI, a global association of information and communications technology (ICT) professionals, will host the second BICSI ACE Summit in Dubai on October 16, on the sidelines of GITEX Technology Week 2018 where it is participating.
ACE Summit is a platform for industry stakeholders, especially Architects, Consultants & End-Users (ACE) to share expertise, experience, observations and challenges. The Summit seeks to provide stakeholders the opportunity to learn about the international standards applicable to effective design and implementation of best practices for ICT Applications like data centres, structured cabling, wireless infrastructure and AV.
Paul Weintraub, vice president of global development and support at BICSI, noted that membership in the MEA District has been steadily climbing for several years, with Dubai being a prime area for ICT industry advancement and expansion. “The UAE is pioneering initiatives for developing technical advancements in key economic sectors, including in ICT. BICSI is the worldwide preeminent source of information, education and knowledge assessment for the ICT community. Therefore, it is our goal to provide industry professionals with the tools and training necessary to design, build and maintain high quality, efficient and future-proof ICT infrastructure systems to meet the ever-increasing needs and demands of those in the MEA District,” said Weintraub.
Krishna Thangavelu, regional manager at Excel Networking, said: “The UAE’s ICT sector offers tremendous opportunity for adopting the world’s latest and advanced technologies. As global leaders in cabling infrastructure, Excel Networking is delighted to partner with BICSI, who have been making great strides in the Middle East, for the second annual ACE Summit that offers a great platform for architects, consultants and end-users to discuss new technology and continue to improve the quality of the ICT infrastructure in the Middle East.”