Entrance to the 2010 CeBIT expo.
Those who were having withdrawal symptoms from their datacentres could calm themselves in this Rittal display.
The Navteq GPS car.
The booth for Australian IT research institute NICTA.
At the Norton 360 booth, expo visitors can score a cap signed by V8 supercar driver Craig Lowndes. All they have to do is tell Norton if they are using free antivirus software.
One happy visitor with the CrazyDomains.com.au booth babes.
Server racks with cooling system from iPAMM.
The Centrelink truck travels to remote parts of Australia and acts as a mobile Centrelink office.
Hallam server racks.
Booth for the NSW Government's Industry and Investment agency.
One booth holds a competition to see who can construct a server rack the quickest.
Booth for computer hard drive manufacturer Western Digital.
Internet service provider TPG provides free Wi-Fi throughout the exhibition.
Antivirus company AVG's booth.