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تاریخ انتشار : 1 مرداد 1396 1:55
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ITO Chief Talks Up Revamped ICT Exhibit

Head of Iran’s Information Technology Organization (ITO) says a revamped exhibition in the ICT industry is planned to be held in Tehran next summer which would be “a mix of Elecomp and Telecom”.

Nasrollah Jahangard made the statement in a news conference on the sidelines of the 23rd Iran International Exhibition of Electronics, Computers and E-Commerce, a four-day event hosting around 800 companies operating in the ICT sector.
However, the official said that different organizations and stakeholders, including the Elecomp and Telecom organizers as well as officials at Tehran International Exhibitions Company, need to thrash out the details of the proposed plan.
Elecomp and Telecom exhibitions are the two largest events in Iran’s ICT sector. The exhibits, both over 20 years old, were traditionally held at the same time but as separate events, each housing particular group of ICT companies and entities.
But for the first time this year, Iran’s ICT Guild Organization, the organizer of Elecomp, shifted the date of the exhibition from fall to summer. 
The previous schedule coincided with the opening of schools and heavier traffic across the sprawling capital. According to officials, shifting the date of the exhibition has allowed Elecomp to use more space and receive a larger crowd of visitors.
Jahangard also pointed to the unveiling of the third and last phase of the National Information Network as well as the first phase of an initiative, dubbed as E-Government, on Sunday and Tuesday, respectively.
According to the official, Iran’s Supreme Council of Cyberspace has been thoroughly briefed on the development of the network and a third report will be delivered to the council ahead of the network’s imminent launch.
The network is designed to be an alternative, independent and countrywide network; the content of which will compatible with Islamic values. Officials say the network would facilitate access to indigenously produced content, decrease costs and improve the quality of services. 
Officials said last year that works on the network’s architecture and infrastructure had been completed.
According to reports, the council has approved the outlines and general requirements of the National Information Network – an underlying infrastructure project to organize the country’s access to the internet – and defined the responsibilities of over 30 companies within the framework.
Jahangard added that eight local search engines have been launched in recent years, two of which have been bankrolled by the ICT Ministry, covering over 4 billion Farsi web pages.
The ITO chief also said that the E-Government initiative is made up of eight projects, “the most important of which is offering electronic services on mobile platforms.”


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