G&D's final exhibition stop in 2012: CeBIT Bilişim

After last year's successful outcome, Guntermann & Drunck will again participate in CeBIT Bilişim Eurasia to finish a successful exhibition year 2012

Wilnsdorf, (PresseBox) - Last year, CeBIT Bilişim Eurasia hosted over 1,070 exhibiting companies and about 120,000 visitors from all around the world. All seven halls on the Turkish exhibition grounds were fully booked.

Istanbul will once again become the international meeting point for the ICT markets of Turkey, Southeast Europe and the Black Sea region in 2012, 29/11-2/12. CeBIT Bilişim Eurasia 2012 will welcome experts of IT and other industries to the capital at the Bosphorus.

International team presents KVM portfolio

Guntermann & Drunck GmbH can be found at last year's spot in the booth of the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology. Being a leading manufacturer of digital and analogue KVM solutions, the company presents innovative and high-technology KVM products for numerous applications. Presenting a comprehensive KVM portfolio, the exhibition team will be supported by Hakan Demirler from G&D's Turkish sales partner Sinerji Vass.

An industry moves closer

Under the slogan "Shareconomy" CeBIT Bilişim Eurasia will welcome its visitors in 2013. Sharing and jointly using knowledge, resources and experiences is regarded the basis for new forms of teamwork.

Following the slogan, the individual branch of sectors will move even closer together to push innovations. And that's how Guntermann & Drunck will finish a successful exhibition year 2012 and already looks forward to many new ideas for products in 2013.

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