This October, world leading brands will be demonstrating their latest technological innovations at GITEX in Dubai which is set to welcome over 100,000 attendees.
GITEX Technology Week takes place every year at the Dubai World Trade Centre, and includes a host of events including product showcases and conferences with world renowned experts and guest speakers including its famous Tech Talks exploring new ideas and concepts that will shape our world in future years.
This year’s GITEX will be attended by Microsoft, who will showcase their new intelligent cloud solutions in a series of demos. The theme this year will be around technological innovation covering important areas such as IoT, AI and cloud solutions. Microsoft will also be hosting 32 regional and international partners, and is set to have a large presence at GITEX 2019.
In addition, Verity Systems, a world leader in data security solutions, will be showcasing its new product line which includes its latest hard drive destroyer, the NSA listed Crunch 250, and its DataGauss Max hard drive degausser, two products providing the industry with the most secure data erasure solutions – popular among government agencies and brands looking to comply with global data legislation including GDPR.
Huawei will also be showcasing its artificial intelligence solutions and its world-renowned 5G ecosystems that support businesses around the world. The company will highlight real-world examples of their technology and its application at the show, covering all aspects of its AI portfolio.
Other leading technology brands and organizations also set to attend GITEX 2019 include Oracle, Google, SAP, Tripwire, GlobalSign, Bitdefender, SonicWall, UAE Ministry of Finance and the UK’s Department of International Trade.
GITEX also welcomes startups and technology innovators in every industry. At the 2018 event, more than 6000 meetings took place during the trade show between exhibitors and buyers and it is the Middle East’s leading consumer and technology event of the year.
Will you be heading to GITEX this year in Dubai?