Between 17 to 20 June, CommunicAsia2008, Asia’s premier trade event for the infocomm and media
industries will play host to some of the world’s leading companies in its
four-day CommunicAsia2008 Summit to speak about the issues that matter to
the infocomm community.
Learn from the industry leaders in the two-day CEO Perspectives covering a
wide range of topics such as ‘Digital Content and Services’ which touches on
how handset makers are extending their products to offer platforms and
communities for music, games and digital content downloads. Day Two of CEO
Perspectives will cover ‘The New Telecoms Customer’ – industry leaders will
offer insights on how the new mobile market presents new challenges in
managing customers’ needs in both developed and developing markets.
Following the CEO Perspectives, the CommunicAsia2008 Summit will feature
industry forums on the hottest opportunities in the mobile and telecoms
markets today. Speakers will elaborate on opportunities in Mobile TV, WiMAX
and IPTV that will shape tomorrow’s communications.
In a world where convergence is no longer a pipe dream, but a tangible next
step in how consumers will communicate, interact and enjoy digital content,
market leaders are able to illustrate a robust vision of what to expect as
new standards and platforms are being defined for mass adoption in the near
future. Hear from experts such as Mr David Kennedy, Research Director from
Ovum, Mr Titus Yong, Vice President, Satellite Business, Singtel and Dr
Nongluck Phinainitisart, President of Thaicom Public Company Limited as they
discuss and share their views on current trends that impact businesses and
Experience the latest offerings from Ericsson, PCCW Global, Samsung,
Singtel, Tandberg TV, Thaicom Public Company Limited and Yahoo as they share
their contributions which will affect the next wave of change in infocomms.
Engage these industry giants firsthand and discover what is in store for
At this year’s CommunicAsia, several companies will be participating for the
first time to showcase their latest offerings as well as upcoming products
and services for the region and around the world. Visitors can look forward
to the CommunicAsia debuts from Navteq, Sandisk, SK Telesys, local player
Sirius Mulitmedia (a wholly-owned subsidiary of Jurong Technologies),
TeleAtlas and Yahoo.
Held concurrently at BroadcastAsia2008, The BroadcastAsia2008 International
Conference will focus on the evolution and future of broadcasting. In
addition to addressing the challenges and solutions to transition to high
definition (HD), the conference will also present HD showcases that shows
workflow and production examples including virtual studio in HD, as well as
pan and scan technology for mobile devices. As with a myriad of other
applications, Internet Protocol (IP) will play a large part of driving the
digitization of media in the future. IP will provide more flexibility in
terms of monitoring and control for operators looking to manage the quality
and efficacy of their broadcasts.
CommunicAsia is a global event where the business of technology comes to
life, showcasing the latest digital technologies across mobile networks and
applications, network infrastructure and satellite communications.
BroadcastAsia, themed “Digital: The Journey Forward”, offers the latest in
digital and interactive media, addressing the value chain of content
creation, management, and distribution. www.Broadcast-Asia.com
For more information and to register for the CommuicAsia2008 Summit, see the link below.
Date: 17 – 20 June 2008 Venue: Singapore Expo
Opening Hours: 17 – 19 June, 10.30am to 6pm 20 June, 10.30am to 4pm
Admission: Business and trade professionals only