CommunicAsia2014 and Enterprise2014 is back at Marina Bay Sands Singapore from 17 to 20 June 2014 with a strong emphasis on mobility and connectivity, featuring cutting-edge technology updates and latest products from leading global industry players and thought-leaders.
An extensive line-up of product launches and showcases will elevate the excitement quotient at CommunicAsia2014. Huawei will be launching the Ascend P7 Android smartphone for the first time in Asia at CommunicAsia2014. NEC is also launching the SmartDECT handset G966 for the first time in Asia. The sophisticated handset provides enterprise-grade capabilities and proven DECT voice quality to contribute to the effectiveness of staff in various industries
BioSenze’s self-administered diagnostic kits will be launched for the first time worldwide. The kit provide accurate readings for common health tests utilising the patient’s blood, urine or saliva samples. These metered readings are transmitted to cloud servers via the patient’s smartphone and the patient’s health dashboard is reflected in the mobile application that is available on multiple platforms. This reduces the cost and time required for conducting these diagnostic tests and at the same time, improves the efficiency in doctor-patient consultation.
Some of the world’s leading companies in their respective areas of expertise have joined CommunicAsia2014 and Enterprise2014 for the first time, such as Aglient Technologies, BIMAR, Ericsson, KTsat, NEC, Sennheiser, Siemens and Toshiba.
The refreshed CommunicAsia2014 Summit will unveil 14 keynotes as well as seven new tracks that highlight current trends and challenges related to BYOD/CYOD, Big Data and Internet of Things, Mobile Banking, Payments and wallets and more, featuring over 200 well-respected industry thought-leaders and C-level speakers from industry giants such as EMC Corporation, Google Enterprise, Huawei Technologies, Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA), KORE Wireless, Mastercard, MediaCorp, Robert Bosch, SES, SingTel, StarHub and Twitter.