YEREVAN (ARKA) — Several Armenian IT companies will showcase their products at the largest technology exhibition CeBIT 2015, scheduled for March 16-20 in Hanover, Germany, the Union of Information Technology Enterprises (UITE) of Armenia said.

These companies are Volo, Altacode, E-Works, IU Networks, Technology and Science Dynamics, Web, Locator, Instigate and VTG Software.

“Armenia has traditionally participated in this largest European exhibition, but this year is different. This year Armenia participates with a separate pavilion called Surprising Engineering and Why Armenia”, UITE deputy director Hayk Chobanyan is quoted as saying in a press release.

The participation of Armenian companies is being coordinated by UITE with the assistance of the specialized agency of the Netherlands ministry of foreign affairs for promotion of developing countries (CBI).

CeBIT is an international platform for discovering the latest IT trends, establishment of business relations and showcasing own products.

CeBIT attracts annually more than 4000 companies from 70 countries, while the number of visitors exceeded 310,000 from about 110 countries. -0-
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