|A press briefing introduces three expos, Vietnam ICT COMM, Broadcast Vietnam, and Electronic Vietnam, in HCM City on May 31. — VNS Photo|
HCM CITY — International telecom, IT, communications, broadcasting, and electronic expos Vietnam ICT COMM, Broadcast Vietnam, and Electronic Vietnam will be held in HCM City on June 7.
The three expos have attracted more than 300 exhibitors from 20 countries and territories, including technology leaders in Asia such as Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, and India.
Speaking at a press briefing to introduce the expos on May 31, Hà Thị Phương Lâm, chairwoman of the ADPEX Joint Stock Company, one of the events’ organisers, said the number of exhibitors this year increased by 50 per cent.
The events attracted leading Vietnamese IT corporations such as Mobifone, LeLong, Zioncom, Du Hưng Technology, Bizentro, TC Technology, and Tùng Việt Communication.
They would showcase advanced technologies, equipment and solutions for the aviation industry, digital data systems and centres for libraries, schools, hotels, supermarkets, GPS applications, telecom products, broadcasting technologies, telecom services, Internet services and applications, games, software, electronics, and ancillary products.
They would also have business matching and seminars on dominant technology solutions in 2018, 5G mobile and solutions for online services, and improving commercialisation of research results on IOT solutions and others.
Known for their size and rich and specialised content, the expos would be a forum for businesses in telecom, IT and communications, broadcasting, and electronics to compare notes and explore business opportunities, Nguyễn Long, deputy chairman of the Việt Nam Internet Association, said.
To be held by Adpex JSC, the Việt Nam Association for Information Processing, VIA, the National Agency for Technology Entrepreneurship and Commercialisation Development, and the Việt Nam Climate Innovation Centre, the expos will take place at the Saigon Exhibition and Convention Centre in District 7 from June 7 to 9. — VNS