Welcome to SVIAZ/EXPO COMM
MOSCOW 2009!

EVENT INFO
Dates & Times
Opening hours:

May 12, 2008 1:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
May 13 – 14, 2008 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
May 15, 2008 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Event Location

Krasnaya Presnya Fairgrounds
Russia, 123100, Moscow
Krasnopresnenskaja nab., 14
Tel.: +7 (095) 255-37-99, 205-39-46
Fax: +7 (095) 205-72-10
E-mail: [email protected]
 

Map of Fairgrounds

 

 


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Costs

Package Space: Euro488 per sqm, 9sqm minimum
Raw Space: Euro365 per sqm, 18sqm minimum
Registration Fee of Euro455 per company
EXHIBIT
Why Exhibit?
Russia’s Telecommunications/IT Market Exceeds the $20 Billion MarkThe Russian telecommunications industry is reaping the benefits of a successful restructuring effort within the sector, the recent passage of new telecommunications laws, and rapidly increasing capitalization of traditional fixed line regional carriers. The development of mobile communications, new generation services and IP telephony has also been among the most successful in terms of annual growth. An expanding consumer income base, political and economic stability, as well as growing foreign investments have all contributed to the increased growth of telecommunications and Internet services in Russia.

Foreign Firms Achieve 60% Market Share

SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW is at the center of this technology rich environment. Russia currently spends more than $2.5 billion annually on telecommunications equipment yet imports of foreign-made products account for 60% of the equipment market. During the last event, more than 80,000 attendees came from Russia and throughout the CIS to see the latest products and services from the world’s leading telecommunications/IT technology suppliers. SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW 2009 is the internationally recognized promotional platform to conduct these multi-million dollar purchasing deals.

SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW: Russia’s Buyers Are Waiting to See You!

The primary user groups of telecommunications equipment and services in Russia include a corporate sector of domestic Russian and international corporations which are involved in telecommunications services as well as leading enterprise firms that have major telecommunications needs such as oil and gas companies, banks, and manufacturing firms. Within the public sector, Russia’s various federal and municipal government departments and agencies are key buyers. There is also a growing sector of residential subscribers.

Modern Networks for Moscow

The Moscow city government approved a program for modernization of the city’s telephone network for the period 2004 to 2012. The $1.6 billion program is aimed at full scale modernization of existing switches and the installation of new switches. The local carrier MGTS plans to boost installations of digital xDSL modems and optical and Ethernet-based broadband access solutions while Russia’s three major cellular operators, MTS, Vimpelcom and Megafon, are investing in developing new GPRS services. These operators will purchase the switching technology that they need at SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW 2009.

Internet Access Expands to 15 Million Subscribers

At the start of the year in 2006, Internet usage in Russia had increased by 40% to a nationwide total of 15 million subscribers. The delivery of wireless Internet services is another initiative to deploy advanced technology. Internet service providers in Russia utilize both land based and satellite platforms that cover the greater Moscow and St. Petersburg regions. These developments are in keeping with the Russian government’s e-Russia Program. A series of e-Russia Seminar Programs will be held at SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW 2009 as part of a multi-billion dollar initiative for the promotion, education and development of Internet use and e-commerce in Russia.


Russian IT Market

View a report on important information concerning the IT market in Russia: Russian IT Business.

 


Exhibitor Profile

  • Communication Systems and Equipment
  • Systems and Means of Satellite, Radiorelay and Optical Communications
  • Mobile Positioning Technology. Mobile and Wireless Common User and Corporate Networks
  • Systems and Means of Satellite Navigation and Chro-Nonavigational Support
  • Systems and Means of Computer Telephony
  • IT Systems and Equipment for Corporate Customers, Small and Medium-Sized Business
  • Broadcasting Equipment. Television Systems, Equipment for Video Conferencing and Remote Video Surveillance and Monitoring
  • Systems and Means of Information Security
  • Metrology, Control&Measuring; and Test Equipment for Telecommunications
  • Cables and Aerials
  • Materials and Technologies for Communication Engineering (Microelectronics, Acoustoelectronics, Nanoelectronics, Optoelectronics)
  • Systems and Means of Alerting, Monitoring, Search and Rescue in Emergency Situations
  • Integrated Automation Systems for Business, City and Regional Control
  • Information Technology for Product Life Cycle Support (CALS/PLM/PDM Technologies). Virtual Enterprise
  • Power Saving, Remote Control and Information Collection Systems. Monitoring Systems
  • Traditional and Alternative Sources and Systems of Uninterrupted Power Supply
  • Telephones and Accessories
  • Distance Education Technology and Vocational Training
  • Federal Target Programmes for Radioelectronics, Information and Communications Technologies

Attendee Profile

Please check back soon for more information.

 


Product Profile

1. Information and Communication (IT) Equipment for Federal and Regional Operators’ Communication Networks:

    • 1.1 Digital and optical multiplexers;
    • 1.2 Line transmission equipment for fiber-optic communication lines (FOCL) and WDM;
    • 1.3 Digital and optical switching systems;
    • 1.4 Optical amplifiers;
    • 1.5 Equipment for multi-service networks NGN;
    • 1.6 Digital trunk microwave stations;
    • 1.7 Satellite equipment;
    • 1.8 Systems for computerized analysis and traffic registration (billing systems);
    • 1.9 Smart payphones;
    • 1.10 Base stations and switching systems for cellular networks;
    • 1.11 Cross equipment;
    • 1.12 Uninterrupted electrical power supply units;
    • 1.13 Optical-fiber cables, components and equipment.

2. IT Systems and Equipment for Corporate Clients, Small & Medium Business Enterprises:

    • 2.1 Equipment for broadband Internet access to:
    • 2.1.1 xDSL Modems;
    • 2.1.2 VDSL Gateways;
    • 2.1.3 Fixed Radio Access Networks;
    • 2.1.4 Equipment for access via cable TV networks;
    • Passive optical networks (PON);
    • 2.2 Data Transmission Networks Gbit Ethernet;
    • 2.3 Digital and IP automatic phone exchanges;
    • 2.4 DECT Micro Cell System;
    • 2.5 Ethernet Switching Systems and IP-Routers;
    • 2.6 Multi-Service Data Routers (NGN, MPLS).
    • 2.7 Media Servers, Media Gateways and Softswitches;
    • 2.8 Audio- and Video Conference Systems;
    • 2.9 Corporate Communication Servers;
    • 2.10 SIP Subscriber Service Platforms;
    • 2.11 Structured cabling systems;
    • 2.12 Reference and Information Centers (Call-centers);
    • 2.13 Multi-function digital and IP telephones;
    • 2.14 Office equipment

3. IT Systems and Integrated Computerized Control Systems for Urban and Regional Infrastructure:

    • 3.1 Air & Land Traffic Control Systems;
    • 3.2 Control systems for domestic facilities, dwelling & office conveniences (“Smart Home”, “Smart Office”);
    • 3.3 Systems and equipment for search of missing transport vehicles;
    • 3.4 Computer-Based Energy Saving Systems;
    • 3.5 Data Transmission Systems Metro Ethernet;
    • 3.6 Payment terminals, telebanking;
    • 3.7 Counter Terrorism and Environment Safety Systems;
    • 3.8 Information & Analysis Decisions Support Systems.

4. IT Systems and Equipment for Defense and Law Enforcement Agencies:

    • 4.1 Special portable and vehicle-carried communication equipment;
    • 4.2 TETRA Mobile VHF Radio Trunking Systems;
    • 4.3 Long-distance VHF Telecommunication Systems;
    • 4.4 Operational Communication Systems;
    • 4.5 Systems and Tools of Electronic and Biometrical Identification of Objects;

5. Mobile Positioning Technology. Mobile and Wireless Public & Private Networks:

    • 5.1 3G, UMTS Networks Equipment;
    • 5.2 Cellular Phones and Communicators;
    • 5.3 EDGÅ Mobile Terminals;
    • 5.4 DVB-H Mobile TV;
    • 5.5 Terminals of Global Mobile Satellite Communications;
    • 5.6 Broadband Mobile Internet Radio Access Wi-Fi and Wi-Max;
    • 5.7 Mobile Content.

6. Satellite Navigation and Reference Navigation Systems and Equipment:

    • 6.1 GLONASS/GPS High Precise Navigation and Traffic Control;
    • 6.2 Mobile Objects Tracking System,
    • 6.3 Search and Rescue Technologies;
    • 6.4 User Navigation Terminals;
    • 6.5 Electronic Cartography Equipment;
    • 6.6 Electronic Maps for Navigators.

7. Satellite, Microwave and Optical Communication Systems and Equipment:

    • 7.1 VSAT stations;
    • 7.2 Digital ÐÐÑ;
    • 7.3 Optical and Electronic Amplifiers and Super Long Range Laser Locators;
    • 7.4 Facilities for analyzing images and patterns identification;
    • 7.5 Facilities for atmospheric optical communications;
    • 7.6 Global Mobile Satellite Communication Terminals;
    • 7.7 Aerial-Feeder Equipment.

8. Metrology, Measurement and Control Equipment and Test Instrumentation in Telecommunications:

    • 8.1 Measurement devices for scientific research and development;
    • 8.2 Measurement devices for production and operation;
    • 8.3 Precise measurement instrumentation;
    • 8.4 Reference Instrumentation;
    • 8.5 Others

9. Medical Electronics, Life-Preserving Technologies and Equipment:

    • 9.1 Telemedicine;
    • 9.2 Medical devices and equipment;
    • 9.3 Diagnostic products based on nano-technologies;
    • 9.4 Solutions and equipment for office & dwelling safety;
    • 9.5 Ionizers and purifiers of water and air;
    • 9.6 Audio and video on-door speakerphones;
    • 9.7 Video surveillance systems;
    • 9.8 Systems of fire safety and automatic fire fighting;
    • 9.9 Environmental Monitoring Systems

10. TV and Radio Broadcasting Equipment. TV Systems, Videoconference Equipment, Remote Video Control and Objects Monitoring:

    • 10.1 Digital TV and radio broadcasting;
    • 10.2 Interactive TV equipment in IP networks;
    • 10.3 Digital attachments-decoders;
    • 10.4 Digital plasma & LCD TV sets;
    • 10.5 High-definition television (HDTV);
    • 10.6 Video Camera Surveillance Systems.

11. Info Security Products for Info & Communication Networks:

    • 11.1 Cryptographic protection facilities;
    • 11.2 Public Sector Firewalls;
    • 11.3 Identification and Authorization Devices (tokens and smart cards).
    • 11.4 Antivirus Software;
    • 11.5 Spam Prevention;
    • 11.6 Electronic & Digital Signature (EDS);
    • 11.7 Technology to Assist in Info Security;
    • 11.8 Intrusion Prevention Systems;
    • 11.9 Data Security;
    • 11.10 Security Control and Monitoring Systems;
    • 11.11 ISO 27000 Info Security Standards;

12. Materials and Technologies in Communication Engineering (Microelectronics, Acoustic Electronics, Nanoelectronics, Optoelectronics)

    • 12.1 Synthesis of 3D Crystal Semiconductors;
    • 12.2 Invention of system-on-chip (SoC) VLSIC;
    • 12.3 Power-operated and radiation hard (VLSIC);
    • 12.4 Production process for ultra-pure glasses to be used in laser and optical fiber technology.

13. Systems and Equipment for Warning, Monitoring, Searching and Rescuing in Case of Emergency.

14. Systems and Equipment for Computer-Integrated Telephony:

    • 14.1 Cluster super-computers;
    • 14.2 Microprocessors on the basis of neuro-network architectures;
    • 14.3 IP telephony and IP television;
    • 14.4 VLAN, VPN Technologies;
    • 14.5 Multi-media notebook computers and pocket PC

15. Traditional and Alternative Sources and Systems of Uninterrupted Electric Power Supply.

16. Remote Education and Staff Training.

17. Info Systems and SW for Telecommunication Product Information Support (PIS).

18. Systems of Energy Saving, Remote Control and Information Collection.

19. Auxiliary Equipment, Tools, Accessories and Instrumentation for Scientific Research, Development, Production and Operation.

 


New in 2008

Our SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW 2008 event was selected by the Russian government to be the promotional platform for Russia’s nationwide deployment of a Global Navigation and Satellite System, known as the GLONASS program.Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, has declared access to GLONASS will be available free of charge to all consumers. GLONASS is a Russian sat-nav protocol which will provide service to subscribers that is similar to GPS in the United States and the GALILEO system in Europe.

Mr. Sergey Ivanov, First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia, will personally oversee the effort to make GLONASS a reality. Sergey Ivanov wrote the welcome message for our 2007 show. Sergey Ivanov is pictured in the SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW 2007 show directory as one of the highest ranking national government leaders to officially endorse our event.

The GLONASS project is classified as a national priority by the Russian government and has support at the highest levels of government. Procurement and purchasing for GLONASS and promotion for this project is directly connected to our show.

ATTEND
Why Attend?
SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW has demonstrated its success for the past 20 years as Russia’s premier telecommunications and IT exhibition, and will inevitably prove itself in the future. Register now to become a part of this event, and put yourself in the middle of the Russian Telecommunications and IT marketplace for 2009!

 


Exhibitor Profile

  • Communication Systems and Equipment
  • Systems and Means of Satellite, Radiorelay and Optical Communications
  • Mobile Positioning Technology. Mobile and Wireless Common User and Corporate Networks
  • Systems and Means of Satellite Navigation and Chro-Nonavigational Support
  • Systems and Means of Computer Telephony
  • IT Systems and Equipment for Corporate Customers, Small and Medium-Sized Business
  • Broadcasting Equipment. Television Systems, Equipment for Video Conferencing and Remote Video Surveillance and Monitoring
  • Systems and Means of Information Security
  • Metrology, Control&Measuring; and Test Equipment for Telecommunications
  • Cables and Aerials
  • Materials and Technologies for Communication Engineering (Microelectronics, Acoustoelectronics, Nanoelectronics, Optoelectronics)
  • Systems and Means of Alerting, Monitoring, Search and Rescue in Emergency Situations
  • Integrated Automation Systems for Business, City and Regional Control
  • Information Technology for Product Life Cycle Support (CALS/PLM/PDM Technologies). Virtual Enterprise
  • Power Saving, Remote Control and Information Collection Systems. Monitoring Systems
  • Traditional and Alternative Sources and Systems of Uninterrupted Power Supply
  • Telephones and Accessories
  • Distance Education Technology and Vocational Training
  • Federal Target Programmes for Radioelectronics, Information and Communications Technologies

Attendee Profile

Please check back for more information.

 


Product Profile

1. Information and Communication (IT) Equipment for Federal and Regional Operators’ Communication Networks:

    • 1.1 Digital and optical multiplexers;
    • 1.2 Line transmission equipment for fiber-optic communication lines (FOCL) and WDM;
    • 1.3 Digital and optical switching systems;
    • 1.4 Optical amplifiers;
    • 1.5 Equipment for multi-service networks NGN;
    • 1.6 Digital trunk microwave stations;
    • 1.7 Satellite equipment;
    • 1.8 Systems for computerized analysis and traffic registration (billing systems);
    • 1.9 Smart payphones;
    • 1.10 Base stations and switching systems for cellular networks;
    • 1.11 Cross equipment;
    • 1.12 Uninterrupted electrical power supply units;
    • 1.13 Optical-fiber cables, components and equipment.

2. IT Systems and Equipment for Corporate Clients, Small & Medium Business Enterprises:

    • 2.1 Equipment for broadband Internet access to:
    • 2.1.1 xDSL Modems;
    • 2.1.2 VDSL Gateways;
    • 2.1.3 Fixed Radio Access Networks;
    • 2.1.4 Equipment for access via cable TV networks;
    • Passive optical networks (PON);
    • 2.2 Data Transmission Networks Gbit Ethernet;
    • 2.3 Digital and IP automatic phone exchanges;
    • 2.4 DECT Micro Cell System;
    • 2.5 Ethernet Switching Systems and IP-Routers;
    • 2.6 Multi-Service Data Routers (NGN, MPLS).
    • 2.7 Media Servers, Media Gateways and Softswitches;
    • 2.8 Audio- and Video Conference Systems;
    • 2.9 Corporate Communication Servers;
    • 2.10 SIP Subscriber Service Platforms;
    • 2.11 Structured cabling systems;
    • 2.12 Reference and Information Centers (Call-centers);
    • 2.13 Multi-function digital and IP telephones;
    • 2.14 Office equipment

3. IT Systems and Integrated Computerized Control Systems for Urban and Regional Infrastructure:

    • 3.1 Air & Land Traffic Control Systems;
    • 3.2 Control systems for domestic facilities, dwelling & office conveniences (“Smart Home”, “Smart Office”);
    • 3.3 Systems and equipment for search of missing transport vehicles;
    • 3.4 Computer-Based Energy Saving Systems;
    • 3.5 Data Transmission Systems Metro Ethernet;
    • 3.6 Payment terminals, telebanking;
    • 3.7 Counter Terrorism and Environment Safety Systems;
    • 3.8 Information & Analysis Decisions Support Systems.

4. IT Systems and Equipment for Defense and Law Enforcement Agencies:

    • 4.1 Special portable and vehicle-carried communication equipment;
    • 4.2 TETRA Mobile VHF Radio Trunking Systems;
    • 4.3 Long-distance VHF Telecommunication Systems;
    • 4.4 Operational Communication Systems;
    • 4.5 Systems and Tools of Electronic and Biometrical Identification of Objects;

5. Mobile Positioning Technology. Mobile and Wireless Public & Private Networks:

    • 5.1 3G, UMTS Networks Equipment;
    • 5.2 Cellular Phones and Communicators;
    • 5.3 EDGÅ Mobile Terminals;
    • 5.4 DVB-H Mobile TV;
    • 5.5 Terminals of Global Mobile Satellite Communications;
    • 5.6 Broadband Mobile Internet Radio Access Wi-Fi and Wi-Max;
    • 5.7 Mobile Content.

6. Satellite Navigation and Reference Navigation Systems and Equipment:

    • 6.1 GLONASS/GPS High Precise Navigation and Traffic Control;
    • 6.2 Mobile Objects Tracking System,
    • 6.3 Search and Rescue Technologies;
    • 6.4 User Navigation Terminals;
    • 6.5 Electronic Cartography Equipment;
    • 6.6 Electronic Maps for Navigators.

7. Satellite, Microwave and Optical Communication Systems and Equipment:

    • 7.1 VSAT stations;
    • 7.2 Digital ÐÐÑ;
    • 7.3 Optical and Electronic Amplifiers and Super Long Range Laser Locators;
    • 7.4 Facilities for analyzing images and patterns identification;
    • 7.5 Facilities for atmospheric optical communications;
    • 7.6 Global Mobile Satellite Communication Terminals;
    • 7.7 Aerial-Feeder Equipment.

8. Metrology, Measurement and Control Equipment and Test Instrumentation in Telecommunications:

    • 8.1 Measurement devices for scientific research and development;
    • 8.2 Measurement devices for production and operation;
    • 8.3 Precise measurement instrumentation;
    • 8.4 Reference Instrumentation;
    • 8.5 Others

9. Medical Electronics, Life-Preserving Technologies and Equipment:

    • 9.1 Telemedicine;
    • 9.2 Medical devices and equipment;
    • 9.3 Diagnostic products based on nano-technologies;
    • 9.4 Solutions and equipment for office & dwelling safety;
    • 9.5 Ionizers and purifiers of water and air;
    • 9.6 Audio and video on-door speakerphones;
    • 9.7 Video surveillance systems;
    • 9.8 Systems of fire safety and automatic fire fighting;
    • 9.9 Environmental Monitoring Systems

10. TV and Radio Broadcasting Equipment. TV Systems, Videoconference Equipment, Remote Video Control and Objects Monitoring:

    • 10.1 Digital TV and radio broadcasting;
    • 10.2 Interactive TV equipment in IP networks;
    • 10.3 Digital attachments-decoders;
    • 10.4 Digital plasma & LCD TV sets;
    • 10.5 High-definition television (HDTV);
    • 10.6 Video Camera Surveillance Systems.

11. Info Security Products for Info & Communication Networks:

    • 11.1 Cryptographic protection facilities;
    • 11.2 Public Sector Firewalls;
    • 11.3 Identification and Authorization Devices (tokens and smart cards).
    • 11.4 Antivirus Software;
    • 11.5 Spam Prevention;
    • 11.6 Electronic & Digital Signature (EDS);
    • 11.7 Technology to Assist in Info Security;
    • 11.8 Intrusion Prevention Systems;
    • 11.9 Data Security;
    • 11.10 Security Control and Monitoring Systems;
    • 11.11 ISO 27000 Info Security Standards;

12. Materials and Technologies in Communication Engineering (Microelectronics, Acoustic Electronics, Nanoelectronics, Optoelectronics)

    • 12.1 Synthesis of 3D Crystal Semiconductors;
    • 12.2 Invention of system-on-chip (SoC) VLSIC;
    • 12.3 Power-operated and radiation hard (VLSIC);
    • 12.4 Production process for ultra-pure glasses to be used in laser and optical fiber technology.

13. Systems and Equipment for Warning, Monitoring, Searching and Rescuing in Case of Emergency.

14. Systems and Equipment for Computer-Integrated Telephony:

    • 14.1 Cluster super-computers;
    • 14.2 Microprocessors on the basis of neuro-network architectures;
    • 14.3 IP telephony and IP television;
    • 14.4 VLAN, VPN Technologies;
    • 14.5 Multi-media notebook computers and pocket PC

15. Traditional and Alternative Sources and Systems of Uninterrupted Electric Power Supply.

16. Remote Education and Staff Training.

17. Info Systems and SW for Telecommunication Product Information Support (PIS).

18. Systems of Energy Saving, Remote Control and Information Collection.

19. Auxiliary Equipment, Tools, Accessories and Instrumentation for Scientific Research, Development, Production and Operation.

 


New in 2009

SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW has been selected by the Russian government to be the promotional platform for Russia’s nationwide deployment of a Global Navigation and Satellite System, known as the GLONASS program.Vladimir Putin, President of Russia, has declared access to GLONASS will be available free of charge to all consumers. GLONASS is a Russian sat-nav protocol, which will provide service to subscribers that is similar to GPS in the United States. The GLONASS project is classified as a national priority by the Russian government and has support at the highest levels of government. Procurement and purchasing for GLONASS and promotion for this project is directly connected to our show.

Attendee Fees

You can purchase entrance tickets and Official Catalogues of the exhibition at the box offices of Expocentr.Entrance ticket per visit: 100 rub.
Official Catalogue: 200 rub.
Entrance ticket + Official Catalogue: 250 rub.
CONFERENCE

The Conference Program for SVIAZ EXPO COMM MOSCOW 2009 is not yet available. The Conference and Presentation Forum Programs for SVIAZ EXPO COMM MOSCOW 2008 are still available for your review:
 


Conference Program

The ITS Forum: Intelligent Transportation Systems International Forum takes place on May 14 alongside with SVIAZ EXPO COMM MOSCOW this year.

 


Presentation Forum

Preliminary Program of the Presentation Forum

Presentation Forum – Hall 1
IP Technology Day – May 12, 2008
13.45 IxRave – IP Remote Service Verification Based on Testing and Monitoring of Customers’ Quality of Experience
Neal Roche, Vice President of Converged Monitoring for IXIA & Syrus
14.30 Base Services of NGN on the Basis of Decisions of Company In-Technologies
Mr. Kuzmin Sergey L., General Director, In-Technologies
15.15 Integration of VoIP Functions and Solutions by PC, Telecommunications and Mobile Devices
Wjatcheslav Borilin, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, SPIRIT Telecom
16.00 Fiber Networking in Telephony Application
Paul Smith, Marketing Manager EMEA, Transition Networks
Wireless Communication Day – May 13, 2008
Sponsored by Proxim Wireless
11.15 Wi-Fi Access Platforms – New Step in the Wireless Net Architecture
Wladimir Uraev, Regional Manager, Xirrus
12.00 A Sstrategic View on Mobile WiMAX Deployments in Russia
Dr. Sergey Portnoy, Regional Director of WIMAX Forum, Alvarion Ltd.
12.45 RFS WIMAX Solutions for Effective Network Planning
Arnaud Baron, EUNO Product Manager Wireless Infrastructure Solutions, Radio Frequency Systems, France
13.30 Wireless Carrier Ethernet Transport for Mobile Network Backhaul
Dr. Andrew Kochetkov, Senior Systems Engineer, Harris Stratex Networks
14.15 The Distribution of the WiMAX Signal In Buildings: Achieving Maximum Data Rate
Yehuda Holtzman, General Manager, MobileAccess Networks
15.00 Construction of WiMax Networks in the View from System Integrator
Mr. A. Z. Novikov, Marketing Manager, Cedicom
15.45 Proxim Fixed Broadband Wireless Solutions for Operators
Ms. Larissa Tsytsura, Sales Director Russia & CIS, Proxim Wireless
16.15 “RK-Telecom” Experience in the Implementation of Broadband Radio Access Systems
Wladimir Demidov, Project Manager, RK-Telecom
17.00 “Mobile WiMAx from Nortel for Russian Carrier”
Mr. Chubarov Alexander, Sales Director of 4G Solutions, Nortel
Cable & Satellite Day – May 14, 2008
11.30-13.00 Press Conference Rosprom
14.00 Portable Satellite Navigation Trends in Europe Including a Zoom on Russian Federation
Claude Martane, VP Business Development Consumber EMEA, Navteq
15.00 Scaling Open Source Telephony Applications into the Enterprise
Doug Vilim, VP of Sales and Marketing, Sangoma
IT Enterprise Day – May 15, 2008
Sponsored by ViaSat
15.00 DVBS2 – ACM and Data Compression: The Next Frontiers for Enterprise Satellite Services?
Robert Feierbach, Managing Director Latin America & EMEA, VSAT Networks

 

 


Conference Registration

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PRESS
Press
IKS magazine

    • “SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW is a cult event. It is closely watched, discussed, and monitored for quality. It is used as a benchmark, and when spring comes, it’s good form to ask your partner about participation. Participation or absence at the show of a company, representative of Moscow, federal authorities or a public figure becomes a sign. In any meeting during and after the May show week, the question is asked: How did you like SVIAZ/EXPO COMM?

In any case there still is no other telecom and IT show serving as an indicator of business and market players positioning. SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW 2007 again revealed the objective situation and the impact of administrative pressure. The face of this May’s show week was formed under the influence of these two factors.”

“The telecom environment is characterized by a number of big national projects, one of which materialized at the Expocentr. It’s the global navigation satellite system GLONASS, under the patronage of the President. Project number two, HDTV, was successful from the show point of view, the rest only time will tell. The exhibition, which grew from a section of SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW 2006, became a worthy satellite show and gathered a considerable audience of experts and visitors. It became a forum of convergence of telecom and media showing the direction of the industry development.”

GLONASS

Deputy General Director of the Russian Scientific Research Institute of Aerospace Instrument Manufacturing, Mr. Buravin, in his interview said:

“SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW is one of the few shows in Russia which possess the international status not only by its title, but also by the exhibitor selection. The section of GLONASS appeared at the right time in this show. Our first experience in the show was successful. It was helped by the qualitative changes in SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW. The show that was consumer-oriented is now moving closer to the corporate sector. Formerly, it was a mass show, today it became more select. Surprisingly, many people are interested in satellite navigation. We have in fact established the chain: contacts – negotiations – contracts. We count orders by the dozens. In spring of this year at CeBit there were over 350 companies specialized in consumer devices and services of satellite navigation. But many manufacturers do not even know about the existence of GLONASS. International manufacturers do not yet realize the huge benefits of a 2-3 system receiver, which is the equipment of the future.”

Magazine “Seti/Network World”

    • “…For a number of years SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW has been proclaimed to be dying but as always in May, trade visitors from all over the country come to Expocentr. This year it happened again although the size of the show was smaller and the noise level lower.

Industry professionals, especially those from outside of Moscow, still need a platform for an open business dialogue, exchange of ideas, and personal business contacts with providers of services and products. SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW serves these purposes in the best possible way. Besides, the last show by no means could be labeled as “consumer-oriented,” which is the worst swearword while criticizing trade forums and events. Typical consumers looking for give-aways and gawking were remarkably absent at the last SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW since nobody was giving souvenirs in exchange for business cards. And the exhibitors were not trying to gather as many visitors as possible at their booths no matter whom. People came to the show with definite business objectives and were interested in concrete business solutions. That’s why the average level of business contacts was notably much higher than last year.”

Magazine “Age of Quality”

    • International Exhibition SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW has a reputation of the leading telecom and IT event in Russia, which has determined for more than 30 years the vector of development of Russian telecom and IT industry.

The prestige logo of the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry (UFI), the patronage of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation and Moscow Government confirm the high international prestige of this event, its significance and importance for the Russian and international telecom industry.

Gazeta.ru (web-portal)

    • SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW, as was fairly indicated during the opening ceremony, becomes more a business-oriented event.

Actually, there are not too many consumer products at the show, apart from some notebook computers and mobile phones. Exhibitors are demonstrating telecommunication services and equipment in their booths.

Newspaper “New Izvestia”

    • “…The 19th International Forum SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW gathered more than 600 companies from 29 countries in May. This exhibition is one of the main events at the Expocentr. It is the biggest telecom and IT event in Eastern European countries…”

” The premiere of this event is GLONASS – Global Navigation Satellite System. It is the most important direction of navigation services on a new high level.”

Cnews (IT web-portal)

    • “…The format of SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW really has changed. The show has acquired a solid and businesslike character. This fact has some positive sides – it was very difficult to have business meetings in prior years. When there were a lot of shows, contests were organized by consumer oriented companies.

That’s probably why some companies (Avaya, Alcatel-Lucent, etc.) preferred to avoid the noisy atmosphere of the fairgrounds and rented boats where they could meet with their clients undisturbed.

…SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW has become a Mecca for manufactures of telecommunication equipment…

On the whole, the business programme was rather rich…”


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CONTACT US
USA

Beth Harrington
Director of Global Sales
Tel: 301-493-5500 ext. 3312
Fax: 301-493-5705
[email protected]

CHINA

Xiaohua Chen
Tel: (86-10) 8451-1832
Fax: (86-10) 8451-1829
[email protected]

FRANCE & BELGIUM

Christian Gentil
Tel: + 33 (0)1 42 74 12 58
Fax: + 33 (0)1 42 74 14 98
[email protected]

GERMANY / EUROPE

Regine Gessner
Tel: (49-211) 610730
Fax: (49-211) 6107337
[email protected]

HONG KONG

Susanna Lee
Tel: (852) 2577-3343
Fax: (852) 2577-6426
[email protected]

 

MEXICO

Jose Luis Marin
Tel: (52-55) 1087-1650
Fax: (52-55) 5523-8276
[email protected]

ITALY

Ileana Bertelli
Tel: + 33 (0)1 42 74 12 58
Fax: + 33 (0)1 42 74 14 98
[email protected]

JAPAN

Yoshi Sato
Tel: (81-3) 5772-1321
Fax: (81-3) 5772-1324
[email protected]

 

RUSSIA

Svetlana Rusakova
Tel: +7 (495) 223-2270; +7 (499) 135-1246
Fax: +7 (495) 223-2269
[email protected]

KOREA

S.K. Hong
Tel: (82-2) 555-7153
Fax: (82-2) 556-9474
[email protected]

SPAIN

Elisa Reyes
Tel: (34-91) 540-1710
Fax: (34-91) 540-1711
[email protected]

 

HOW TO PARTICIPATE
National Pavilions & Institutions
The following National Pavilions & Institutions participated at SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW 2008. Please check back soon for the list of National Pavilions and Institutions for SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW 2009!If you are interested in joining the pavilions, please contact Valentyna Yasnova ([email protected]) or click on the logo of the Pavilion Organizer:

BITKOM – German Pavilion (hall 2/1)The official German presentation is sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, in cooperation with the Association of the German Trade Fair Industry (AUMA), and supported by BITKOM, representing 15 companies from all over Germany.

CCPIT – China Pavilion (hall 2/1, 8/2)For the third time, the China Pavilion is organized by CCPIT Electronics & Information Industry Sub-Council.

DoC – Department of Commerce (hall 8/1)
U.S. Pavilion
For the tenth time, the Department of Commerce (DoC) has certified the exhibition for U.S. companies.

GIVA – Korea Pavilion (8/1)Gyeonggi Venture Business Association (GIVA) from Korea introduces, for the first time, a national pavilion with four participating companies.

KOTRA – Korea Pavilion (Hall 2/2)The Korea Pavilion is organized under the auspices of KOTRA, the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency.

TEEMA – Taiwan Pavilion (hall 2/2, 2/3)For the fourth time, the Taiwan Pavilion takes place under the umbrella of the Taiwan Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers’ Association.

India (2/3)For the first time at the show, Electronics & Computer Software Export Promotion Council (ESC) presents the India Pavilion, with six Indian companies.

Options & Prices

Exhibitors have two options for purchasing space at SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW 2009:Option #1 – Package Space/Complete Shell Stand

Package Space is available at € 488 per SQM, 9 SQM minimum. Multiple units can be purchased.

Package Space (9 SQM) includes:

  • Exhibit space
  • Walls on three sides (white color)
  • Carpeted floor
  • Sign panel in English & Russian
  • One table (70 x 70 cm)
  • One information desk (H= 1.1 x 1.0 x 0.5m)
  • Four chairs
  • One waste basket, one ash tray
  • One rack
  • One electrical outlet
  • Two fluorescent lights on each 3 sqm.
    • 15-24 sqm – multiply by 2
    • 24-32 sqm – multiply by 3
    32-36 sqm – multiply by 4

Option #2 – Raw Exhibit Space

Raw Exhibit Space is available at € 365 per square meter. The minimum requirement for Raw Space is 18 square meters.

Upper level space is available at € 185 per square meter + one fire sensor per 70 SQM upper level space at € 120.

Plus obligatory registration fee of € 455 per company, which includes free catalog entry.


Exhibitor Registration

Please complete the form below as accurately and fully as possible as it will be used to process this registration.

How to Select Booth Space:Stands are available in a variety of sizes to meet your objectives and budget. For further information on availability and pricing, please complete and submit the request form below, or contact Beth Harrington, email: [email protected].

Yes, I am interested in booking space at SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW 2009.
I would like a  sqm exhibition stand
I would like Package Exhibition Space – see above
I would like Raw Exhibition Space – see above
I would like further information on:
Meeting Room Reservation
Sponsorship & Promotional Opportunities
Advertising in the Show Guides

 


Join us at SVIAZ/EXPO COMM MOSCOW 2009, May 12-15, 2009!

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