Turkish firms at world's largest computer show
Monday, March 10, 2014
HANOVER – Twenty Turkish IT companies are taking part in the world`s biggest technology and computer exhibition in Germany.
‘CeBIT’ opened on Monday in Hanover. Turkish firms, including software and systems company Havelsan, are among the 3,500 exhibitors from 70 countries.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister David Cameron took part in the opening ceremony in Hanover Congress Centrum on Sunday.
Speaking at the opening ceremony, Cameron told his German hosts, "We want to work with you to pool ideas, share data, innovate, to lead on the next big ideas.”
The United Kingdom is the exhibition`s partner country for 2014; CeBIT`s motto for this year is “Datability”, a term coined to denote “big data” – the ability to use large volumes of data sustainably and responsibly.
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