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Join major ICT players in critical debates in Dubai

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Dubai, 14-18 October 2012

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The one conversation not to miss

ITU Telecom World 2012 provides a unique collaborative platform for the global ICT community to meet, debate, exchange knowledge and ideas – and shape the competitive strategies, innovative policies and regulatory frameworks of tomorrow’s communication landscape. Critical topics on the agenda include innovative business models and new revenue streams delivered by an industry in transformation; the opportunities and challenges of M2M and cloud computing; the dangers of cybercriminality, benefits of emergency telecommunications, and the promise of human-centric future networks. View the full event programme here.

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Influential audience

World 2012 brings together a cross-sector high-level network of ICT players from all corners of the globe and all branches of the industry. More than 200 speakers include industry leaders such as Robert Pepper, Cisco, John Davies, Intel, Eugene Kaspersky, Kaspersky Lab, Andrew Sukawaty, Inmarsat, Dirk Currie, Telesur and Samer Halawi, Thuraya Telecommunications Company; heads of international organizations, agencies and consultancies including Khédija Ghariani, Secretary General, AICTO, Maxwell Thomas, Cyber Guardian, Deborah Taylor Tate, ITU Special Envoy for Child Online Protection, Klaus Leisinger, Novartis Foundation for Sustainable Development, Rob Frieden of Pennsylvania State University, Oleg Chestnov, Assistant Director General, WHO, and Ali Jazairy, Head of Innovation, WIPO; regulators such as Abdullah A. Al-Darrab, CITC, Saudi Arabia, Air Chief Marshal Thares Punsri, NBTC, Thailand, Mohamed Nasser Al-Ghanim, TRA, UAE, and Alan Horne, Vanuatu; and government Ministers including Blaise Louembe, Gabon, Kapil Sibal, India, Seri Utama Rais Yatim, Malaysia and Nikolai Nikiforov of Russia. Find full details of speakers here.

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Smart Applications

New technologies such as M2M and cloud computing are revolutionizing the ICT industry with a host of innovative applications, products and services from eHealth to mobile money, eLearning to eGovernment services. Key sessions at World 2012 exploring the examples and consequences of the new connectivity include eHealth in the 21st Century, Transformation and Collaboration, From Barter to Ubiquitous Payment SolutionsFrom Smart Services to Smart Solutions and Challenge and Innovation of Broadband Communication Technology.

Innovative format

World 2012 features the exclusive Leadership Summit and the dynamic forum panel debates, interactive workshops and ministerial roundtables for which it is well-known – plus new additions in the form of Big Conversations, where leading industry thinkers argue contrasting perspectives on a key ICT issue in plenary sessions moderated by major global media representatives. Also new are the Visionary Keynotes speeches, enabling high-level CEOs to present their thought leadership and strategic vision – with Eugene Kaspersky, Kaspersky Labs, Wim Elfrink, Cisco and Anders Lindblad, Ericsson  taking to the floor in Dubai.

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Experience the showfloor

National Pavilions from around the world showcasing the best of regional talent, technology and investment opportunities will include Azerbaijan, Cameroon, China, Ivory Coast, Gabon, Ghana, Korea, Namibia, Nigeria, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Tanzania, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Industry showcases on the showfloor will demonstrate the latest products, applications and services from event partners and sponsors such as TRA-UAE, Qtel, Etisalat, Intel, China Mobile and ZTE. Also on the showfloor, you can enjoy the digital experience of the immersive box, multi-touch interactive tables  or the ITU Saving Lives Pavilion exploring the crucial role of ICTs in emergency management and relief.

Network with the world

Make the connections that count and continue the conversation in the informal environment of networking social events at World 2012 – register your interest on YourSpace and come early to avoid disappointment when lunching with Gabon, Ivory Coast or Qualcomm. Or join the Visionary Keynote reception after each address,  giving you the chance to share ideas, conversation and refreshments with executives and teams from Kaspersky Lab, Cisco and Ericsson respectively. Different pass levels give access to different networking occasions – for more details see here.

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Start the debate on YourSpace and on social media

YourSpace, the online event networking platform is now live. Full details of the event programme, sessions, speakers, event partners and national pavilions are now available in a fully-searchable, comprehensive tool. Registered participants can build a personal schedule of sessions to attend, search for speakers and download company information, find contacts, make connections and set up one-to-one meetings. Or view other attendee profiles, start a new discussion or join an ongoing conversation – on YourSpace, on Twitter using the #ITUWorld12 event hashtag, on Facebook or on LinkedIn.

Make the most of World 2012

Consider renting your own meeting space at the event to host private meetings and social functions, demonstrate products and services or house your corporate or national delegation. Or make use of our press conference facilities to announce new developments, initiatives or products on a truly global stage- contact Sally Moore at PR agency Axicom to find out more.

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