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5/10/04

First Information Technology and Communications expo held on Iran's Kish island

Kish Island, May 9, IRNA -- The first information technology and communications (ITC) exhibition titled 'Kitex 2004' ended in Kish on Saturday night.

The four-day exhibition was organized jointly by the Kish Development Center and Intra-Kish News Dissemination Company and was viewed by more than 4,000 visitors.

Kitex 2004 opened Wednesday with the managing director and head of the board of directors of Kish Free Trade Zone (KFTZ) as special guest at its inaugural ceremony.

A number of experts and students majoring in computer science and representatives of 70 companies in in the communication and IT field also attended the inaugural.

Participating firms in the exhibition showcased their latest products in the fields of computer science, telecommunications, communication and administrative automation.

Computer technology (hardware and software), electronic trade, business machines, administrative automation, electronic banking, credit cards and telecommunications were among the fields introduced in the exhibition.

Meanwhile, on the sidelines of the event, two training workshops were held daily at Kish University under the auspices of prominent Iranian and foreign professors.

Electronic government, electronic trade, electronic training, strategic management, strategic IT planning and project management were among the topics taught in the workshops.

The workshops were both organized by the Advanced ITC Center of Sharif University.

ITC experts believe that attendance at specialized exhibitions such as Kitex held annually in different countries of the world is the best way to get updated on ITC developments.

Cebit in Germany, Jitex in Dubai, Asian IT in Singapore and Asian Cebit in China are among the most popular exhibitions held annually in the field.

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