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E.J. Krause & Associates announces VON Russia
|16 марта 2006|
Approximately 850 exhibitors are already expected of showing their latest products and services in SVIAZ’s next show. Traditionally the leading Russian providers like MTS, MGTS, Comstar, Sky Link, Central Telegraph and Transtelecom will be represented, as well as many international companies like Samsung, Panasonic, Siemens, LG, Iskrateling, ZTE, Pantech, Huawei, Sony Ericsson, ECI, General Datacom, RME, Nortel, Marconi, Intel, RAD Data and Comverse are regularly onsite.
The complex of the international participation is visible when looking at the country pavilions. Hannover Messe International and Bitkom for example are organizing the German pavilion with 19 exhibitors, endorsed by the “Bundeswirtschaftsministerium” (Federal Ministry of Economics), and the Department of Commerce (DOC) USA certified SVIAZ for American companies. Canada, France, Finland, Spain, China, Korea, Taiwan also will have country pavilions and for the first time the “Italian Institute for Foreign Trade” will be represented at the exhibition as well. All these pavilions will be supported by the respective governments. More than 70.000 trade visitors from Russia and the GIS will be expected.
Russia's Telecommunications/IT Market Exceeds The $20 Billion Mark
The Russian telecommunications industry is reaping the benefits of a successful restructuring effort within the sector, the recent passage of new telecommunications laws, and rapidly increasing capitalization of traditional fixed line regional carriers. The development of mobile communications, new generation services and IP telephony have also been among the most successful in terms of annual growth. An expanding consumer income base, political and economic stability, as well as growing foreign investments have all contributed to the increased growth of telecommunications and internet services in Russia. Foreign companies achieve 60% market share. Russia currently spends more than $2.5 billion annually on telecommunications equipment but yet imports foreign-made products which account 60% of the equipment market.
It's no wonder that Russia is considered Europe's largest market, when considering that there are more than 50 providers including Voice over IP in the telecom sector. Whether it's the direct services which are being sold to rich consumers directly over their internet lines, or hosted services are being bundled into the enterprise's access - the growth of VoIP in Russia is exploding. Both Russian corporations and foreign investors are aggressively lining up to serve the marketplace.
So, EJK, together with Pulvermedia decided to bring VON - the world's leading VoIP communications event to SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW 2006. VON RUSSIA enables the virtual network of contacts to become a meeting of substance between people looking to present, partner, and produce winning strategies for servicing the VoIP market.
VON includes the wireless plays of WiFi for the ISP and IMS in the cellular market. VON also includes the network infrastructure equipment that matches the needs of a Greenfield market like Russia with the edge devices that allow the user to take advantage of worldwide applications.