July 11, 2012
Review: CommunicAsia 2012
The CommunicAsia Conference 2012 was a 4-days conference that was held from 19th – 22th June 2012 and took place in Marina Bay Sands, Singapore. The 4-days event attracted a total of more than 35,000 attendees from around the world. Visitors were treated with the latest technologies in next generation fiber broadband, M2M technology, cloud security and more.
The CommunicAsia 2012 conference was opened by Singapore’s Information, Communications and the Arts minister, Dr, Yaacob Ibrahim. In his inaugural speech the minister said that the infocomm industry was the key contributor to Singapore’s economy and played a vital role in enhancing competitiveness and productivity.
He also expressed that with the availability of high speed connectivity it had now become possible for the industry as well as the government to offer more innovative services and content to the mobile users. He said, “With high-speed connectivity, government and industry are empowered to introduce more innovative solutions and content, Under Singapore’s eGov2015 master plan, we have developed the data.giv.sg portal which provides more than 7,000 government datasets for public usage,”
QUENTIQ’s CEO Peter Ohnemus was at the CommunicAsia 2012 Summit, talking about the Dynamics in the M-health Ecosystem and also about the QUENTIQ Health Platform.
Panelists discussing the future M-health in Asia included Siddharth Jhunjhunwala, CEO, Web Spiders – Marc-Alexis Remond, Global Director, Government Solutions & Market Development, Polycom – Dana Elliott Srither, CEO, Health Visuals Pte Ltd
About CommunicAsia 2012
CommunicAsia is known to be the largest show exhibiting the equipments and accessories which are used by the ICT professionals. From the past records, it is observed that every year the number of attendees increase and this happens owing to the excellent range of equipments and products which are designed implementing advanced technologies. The exhibitors have added in the effort to organized business conference sessions which will be conducted by the renowned speakers coming from all over the world. Country pavilions are arranged where the respective countries will display the best range of ICT equipments.
While this year’s CommunicAsia 2012 is said to be bigger and better than previous years, some of the big name companies such as Samsung, LG, Nokia, Microsoft, and NTT DoCoMo are no longer participating in this information and communications technology (ICT) exhibition and conference.
Video of CommunicAsia 2012