X-bit labs CeBIT 2006 Coverage: Day 1
[03/10/2006 02:50 PM | Other]
by Anton Shilov
The CeBIT 2006 show has just taken off on Hannover, Germany. The first day of the show brings us new GeForce 7600- and 7900-series graphics cards, eye-catching new memory modules from Corsair, striking products and models from Sapphire and the world’s first dual-core AMD Turion 64-based notebook! Join us to take a look around the show!
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CeBIT is the biggest information technology (IT) show on the planet that is being held in Hannover, Germany. This year the show turns 20 years old, a milestone that marks an important idea behind this exhibition: CeBIT is for those, who want to use the technology, not only for those who would like to see it up and running, CeBIT is a fair for buyers and decision makers, not for simple admirers (even though there are a lot of them here), which is why CeBIT is still alive, unlike some others.
People all around the world come to meet business partners at CeBIT: according to BITKOM (the Berlin-based German Association for Information Technology, Telecommunications and New Media), CeBIT 2005 met the high expectations of its exhibitors in every regard. Companies welcomed the show’s heightened international drawing power and were full of praise for the further increase in valuable business contacts. No matter whether you want to buy Sapphire’s Radeon X1900 XTX with ultimate performance in games for your retail outlet clients or Diebold’s latest cash machine with fingerprint recognition, you know the place where to come for negotiations!
“Nowhere else is it so easy to make international contacts and bring government representatives, investors and suppliers together at one table,” was the official BITKOM verdict at the end of the show in 2005.
Join X-bit labs for the tour at the show, as we bring you the hottest news and coverage right from the show floor!
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