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Bangalore IT.Com to focus on animation, digital lifestyle

01-November-2004
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Bangalore IT.Com to focus on animation, digital lifestyle

With over 290 companies and delegates from 15 countries participating, the seventh edition of Bangalore IT.COM is expected to be the largest ever. Sprawled over 32,000 sq meters, the event will showcase the latest in Information, communications and media technology through 10 pavilions. Three of the focus pavilions this year include a first-ever dedicated pavilion for the Animation and Games sector, a pavilion each on Digital Lifestyle and spectrum and a BPO and Career Mart.

The five-day event will also have six conferences bringing together the best of minds to deliberate on current themes, analyse issues and meet potential business partners. At BangaloreIT.Com 2004, all semiconductor companies of India will be coming together under a common forum – India Semiconductor Association (ISA). On November 2, ISA will be formally launched.

Among the foreign countries taking pat in the event are the US, the U.K, Australia, Germany, Belgium, Malaysia, Russia, Spain, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, Singapore China, Oman, Taiwan and the Czech Republic.

The major companies participating at this year’s event include Microsoft, Intel, AMD, Moser Bear, APC, Reliance, Satyam, Airtel, Hathway, Tata Tele Services, ICICI OneSource, Progeon, Peopleone Consulting, Convergys, 24/7 Customer Asset, Transworks, Iomega Pacific, Palas Software, Animaster, Accent Infoways among others.

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