IBC 2015 will introduce the novelties in the electronic media and entertainment industry

Published: 8 September 2015 y., Tuesday

On the 10th–15th, this September, RAI Exhibition and Congress Centre in Amsterdam will hold the 48th international exhibition-conference dedicated to electronic media and entertainment industry IBC 2015.

The exhibition space will be divided into several themed areas focusing on radio broadcasts, telecommunications, satellite television and computer technologies, software, audio and video equipment, and cable television. More than one and a half thousand companies from all over the world will introduce their latest products and services here. These include such global leaders as ARRIS Group, Akamai, Cisco Systems, Microsoft, Huawei Technologies, IBM, Intel Corporation, Qualcomm Technologies, etc.

The IBC 2015 conference will be dedicated to the following topics: technological progress, content development innovations and television as a new field of business. Experts from various countries will give their presentations and share their experiences at the conference. The event will also include numerous meetings, trainings and seminars, offering the opportunity to learn more about the latest trends in the television and telecommunications market as well as novelties in the multimedia equipment and content sector.

Like every year, representatives of a group of companies Penki Kontinentai will also attend the event to have a look at the latest market trends and meet the partners.

Last year, IBC 2014 attracted as many as 55 thousand participants from over 170 countries. Even larger number of participants is expected this year.

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