CeBIT Australia 2005

updated 30 May CeBIT Australia 2005, one of the region's leading ICT tradeshows for the business marketplace, ended last week on a high note. The show focused on wireless technologies and mobility, Voice over IP (VoIP), security and storage.

CEBIT 2005
updated 30 May CeBIT Australia 2005, one of the region's leading ICT tradeshows for the business marketplace, ended last week on a high note.

The show focused on wireless technologies and mobility, Voice over IP (VoIP), security and storage.


Resources
Event schedule
Exhibitor list
AIIA Software Showcase
Visitor info

In its fourth year, the event attracted more than 600 exhibitors. Telecommunications companies Optus and Hutchison Telecom, and electronics manufacturer LG were first-timers at CeBIT.

Jackie Taranto, Hannover Fairs Australia managing director, said 80 percent of last year's exhibitors had rebooked for this year, with an additional 20 percent international flavour.

Apart from a variety of products and solutions on display, Viocorp , as the official webcasting provider for CeBIT, hosted a series of panel discussions over the three day event (please refer to the list below).


CeBIT TV: Wireless Broadband
Featuring:
Flybook notebook
Flybook notebook by Dialogue.
CeBIT TV: Highlights from the final day
Coverage from the third and final day of CeBIT 2005.
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CeBIT TV: Highlights from day two
Video coverage of CeBIT 2005 from the Sydney Convention Centre, Darling Harbour.
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Feds form ICT advisory board
A newly-formed advisory board will advise the federal government on issues affecting the nation's ICT sector.
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LG LW70 widescreen notebook
LG LW70 widescreen notebook.
CeBIT TV: Highlights from day one
A roundup of the opening day at CeBIT 2005 from the Sydney Convention Centre in Darling Harbour.
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NSW invests in technology, CeBIT
The New South Wales government has pledged to continue its sponsorship of tradeshow CeBIT to further enhance the state's position in the eyes of the ICT investment industry.
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Zensonic Z500 DVD player
Zensonic Z500 DVD player.
CeBIT's back for 2005
CeBIT Australia returns this week to the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Darling Harbour.
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CeBIT TV: Event preview
Jackie Taranto from Hannover Fairs talks about this year's exhibition.
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CeBIT TV: Search Engine Marketing
Featuring:
  • Kaylie Smith, managing director, DoubleClick
  • Mel Bohse, managing director, Overture
  • Julian Sonego, marketing manager, Google
  • Chris Dimmock, managing director, Cogentis Search Marketing
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    CeBIT TV: Broadband
    Featuring:
  • Michael Boorne, executive director, NetComm
  • Ray Sanders, managing director, Maxon Australia
  • Victor Guerrero, managing director, Chilli Internet
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    CeBIT TV: Security
    Featuring:
  • Kevin Bloch, Advanced Technologies for regional manager, Cisco Systems
  • Robbie Kruger, business solutions manager, Avaya South Pacific
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    CeBIT TV: VoIP Business
    Featuring:
  • Tony Warhurst, general manager, Zultys Asia Pacific
  • Sean Casey, general manager, Intel Communications Group
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    CeBIT TV: 3G
    Featuring:
  • Shane Williamson, partner manager, Hutchinson 3G Australia
  • Henry Calvert, group manager, 3G Optus
  • Mark Iles , general manager, Vodafone (Business Markets)
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    CeBIT TV: Commercialisation
    Featuring:
  • Chris Newell, CEO, MediaWare Solutions
  • Marc Woodward, executive director, Neo Technology Ventures
  • Nigel Poole, executive director, CSIRO (Commercialisation)
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    CeBIT TV: Mobile Content
    Featuring:
  • Kevin Brough, CEO, IamEmo
  • Claudia Sagrapanti, chairperson, AIMIA (Mobile Content Industry Group)
  • Pippa Leary, content director, Fairfax Digital (News & Finance)
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