Wednesday, August 30, 2017

The 18th iran telecom innovations in Tehran on 16–19 October 2017

Featuring many major players and official pavilions from China, India, South Korea and Taiwan 

Iranian government to invest US$ 18.5 billion in the ICT-sector between 2017 and 2022

Bandwidth planned to be 4-folded – Iran getting ready for e-banking and e-government

According to the Iranian minister of ICT Mahmoud Vaezi, the Iranian government plans investments of US$ 18.5 billion in the ICT sector over the period of the sixth five-year development plan, starting on 21 March 2017.

Alongside this investment, the government is planning for the investment of US$ 15 billion in industries related to ICT. The minister of ICT in January 2017 explained the expansion of access to the high-speed internet over the country: “Currently, around 700 towns and cities have access to 3rd generation and around 350 cities have access to 4th generation mobile internet access. We are planning to increase the countries bandwidth which is currently 4 Gb/s up to 17 Gb/s by the end of the year. Therefore we are ready to enter a new phase of change in many areas including banking.”

“At the moment, many ministries are using the National Broadband Network. The ministry of ICT emphasizes that the development of the National Broadband Network has created more than 100,000 jobs and therefore the electronic government is to begin still in the first quarter of 2017.”

E-commerce in Iran is developing dynamically

In Iran‘s e-commerce industry there is a break-up mood. The improvement of the Internet infrastructure has created the necessary technical conditions. The young population sees online-shopping as an attractive alternative to traditional retail. The number of online-shops is already over 20,000 and the supply continues to grow. Tehran is still at the forefront of on-line shopping. But the interest in the other regions is growing.

E-commerce has been growing strongly for two years. The breakthrough became possible, especially since the supply of 3G and LTE mobile networks has improved rapidly since 2014. Currently 3G networks are installed in about 600 cities and LTE networks in 200 cities. The transmission speeds are usually between 5 and 6 Mbps.

iran telecom innovations 2017: Many major players and official pavilions from China, India, South Korea and Taiwan already confirmed their participation

Organised by fairtrade and Palar Samaneh, the 18th International Trade Show on Innovative CIT Solutions is to take place on 16-19 October 2017 at the Tehran International Fairgrounds. And many major players and official pavilions from China, India, South Korea and Taiwan have already confirmed official national pavilions.

Top Governmental support and an active participation of leading exhibitors and potential buyers

iran telecom innovations 2017 is strongly supported by the Ministry of ICT, the Communications Regulatory Authority, TIC-Telecommunication Infrastructure Company, Iran Post and many other governmental institutions.

Excellent presence:

  • TCI-Telecommunications Company of Iran covers the entire hall 6 to present their latest technologies and solutions as well as the Telecommunications Company of Tehran
  • MCI-Mobile Communications Company of Iran will make an impressive presentation occupying the entire hall 7
  • MTN irancell covers the entire hall 27
  • Major governmental institutions inform about their activities in hall 8 such as
  • Ministry of ICT
  • Communications Regulatory Authority
  • Telecommunication Infrastructure Company TIC  
  • ICT Research Institute  
  • Iranian Space Research Center ISRC
  • Post Bank of Iran
  • Post Company of Iran   

Important banks such as Bank Mellat and Bank Saderat Iran have their impressive stands in halls 14 and 10.