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L-com Inc., a designer and manufacturer of wired and wireless connectivity products, has announced that it will partner with PIDSO to exhibit at the CeBIT 2012 show in Hannover, Germany, on March 6 through March 10. Together, PIDSO and L-com offer a vast range of wired and wireless connectivity products, including antennas, cable assemblies and more. The company's booth will be in Hall 13, booth B72.
CeBIT is the information and communications technology (ICT) industry's most international trade fair, occupying the Hannover Trade Fair grounds, which is the largest exhibition center in the world by square footage. More than 3,200 visitors from over 100 countries are expected to attend the keynotes, talks and panel discussions. For the 2012 show, CeBIT has announced that it has chosen Brazil as the partner country, highlighting the opportunities for electronics in one of the world's fastest growing economies.
In September of 2011, L-com announced the partnership with PIDSO, increasing the availability of high-quality connectivity products in central Europe. At CeBIT 2012, the companies plan to exhibit their combination of mobile and RFID products with WLAN/WiFi antennas and active equipment. Their booth will be staffed by both English and German-speaking experts in wireless connectivity. This will be L-com's fourth year participating in CeBIT.
"Exhibiting at CeBIT is exciting both because of its scale and industry focus," said Christoph Kienmayer, founder of PIDSO. "We are certain our products will be well received at this extraordinary conference."
"We're looking forward to the collaboration with PIDSO," said Mark Jaworski, L-com International Sales Manager. "We've seen the power of exhibiting at CeBIT, and we look forward to bringing a partnership that will provide great products to the world’s ICT market."
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