80% Space already contracted for cabsat 2004

February 2004
Middle East;Feb2004, Issue 342, p45
Organisers of the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) have announced that more than 80% of the space for the 10th edition of the Middle East International Cable, Satellite, Broadcast and Communications Exhibition has already been contracted with several industry specific manufacturers and service providers signing up. A wide array of new industry-specific technologies will be showcased at the event which has gained credibility over the years as the key meeting point for regional decision-makers who seek to stay ahead of the competition by incorporating cutting-edge technologies that go on display in the cable, satellite, broadcast and communications field at this event.


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