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FITIS’s delegation at COMPUTEX 2019 Trade Show in Taiwan

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FITIS Hardware Chapter Chairman Sheriff Fazloon with the delegation at the Trade Show 

A delegation from the Federation of Information Technology Industry Sri Lanka (FITIS) successfully participated in the COMPUTEX 2019 – Trade Show in Taipei from 28 May to 1 June at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Centre Hall 1 and 2, Taipei World Trade Centre Exhibition Hall 1 and Taipei International Convention Centre (TICC), organised by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) also known as Taipei World Trade Centre (TWTC).  

COMPUTEX 2019 is the leading Global ICT and IoT trade show which has taken place since 1981. COMPUTEX has grown, transformed with the industry and taken a leading position in ‘Building Global Technology Ecosystems’. As an International ICT trade show held annually in Taipei, Taiwan, COMPUTEX is based on Taiwan’s complete ICT clusters and covered the whole spectrum of the industry, from established brands to start-up and supply chain to IoT ecosystems at the trade show.

Further, the showground hosted big names and start-ups from all over the world to feature trends such as AI, IoT, 5G and Blockchain.


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