Infopulse team about the results of CeBIT 2012

On 10 of March the world’s biggest trade show for the information and telecommunications sector – CeBIT 2012 that took place in Hannover, Germany from 6th to 10th March – was closed.

On CeBIT 2012 IT-business was represented by the companies from different countries, including the huge international IT-corporations. Infopulse was also very active: we had an opportunity to communicate with many prospective customers and partners, from those interested in our services to those ready for further cooperation

Yevgen Mikhnenko, Account Manager, Infopulse representative at CeBIT 2012

Infopulse Ukraine participated at CeBIT 2012 together with its partners – our German representation office – Infopulse Gmbh and the innovative startup DataCradle.

Following the latest technology trends and the keynote theme of CeBIT 2012 – “Managing Trust” – Infopulse presented three most asked-for services directions today: mobile applications development, MS Sharepoint implementation and development and cloud computing.

Infopulse showcased cloud computing direction together with DataCradle, presenting the new dispersed cloud system – DataCradle. The system is built on erasure coding algorithm which encodes and splits each file in fragments with redundancy and disperses these fragments to multiple nodes. In this way DataCradle offers levels of security, durability and speed surpassing anything you can currently find in IT market.

At CeBIT 2012 we focused on the three services directions. And the interest to Infopulse at the exhibition showed that we made the right choice: today the customers are interested in the teams that have strong competences in particular services directions. And thus we need to focus on certain directions, build expertise and to become the best in these areas.

Oleksii Turchyn, Business Development Manager, Infopulse representative at CeBIT 2012

About CeBIT 2012

CeBIT is the world’s largest trade fair showcasing digital IT and telecommunications solutions for home and work environments. The key target groups are users from industry, the wholesale/retail sector, skilled trades, banks, the services sector, government agencies, science and all users passionate about technology. CeBIT offers an international platform for comparing notes on current industry trends, networking, and product presentations.

With more than 4,200 firms from some 70 countries, CeBIT 2012 covered a huge range of topic areas and features a wealth of solutions and new products.

Source: Infopulse