SHENZHEN, China, March 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The China Information Technology Expo (CITE), co-hosted by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of PRC (MIIT) and Shenzhen Municipal Government, and produced by China Electronic Appliance Corporation and Shenzhen Flat Panel Display Industry Association, will be held from April 10 to 12, 2013 at the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center. CITE will be the first national level information technology exhibition aiming to build a platform to speed up ICT industry development and help Chinese firms gain a more active role in the global market. CITE will include the 81st China Electronics Fair, China Consumer Electronics Fair, China LED Fair, China Optoelectronics Display Expo and China International TV Festival.
With more than 1,200 exhibitors and 100,000 square meters in total, CITE 2013 will cover every aspect of the electronics and ICT industry chain. Through more than 20 product zones, visitors can explore the latest products and solutions including electronic components, electronic materials, IC, manufacturing equipment, sensors, lithium battery and new energy, LED, flat panel display, consumer electronics and more.
At CITE 2013, buyers can find industry leaders such as CEC, Lenovo, Changhong, Haier, TCL, Hisense BOE, Hasee, Coolpad, Inspur, Kingdee, MTK, Viatech, Spreadtrum, Crmicro, SMIC, Agilent, Rohde & Schwarz and many more. They will present their latest products and concrete solutions on-site.
A series of high-level forums will be held concurrently at the Expo. These forums include the China New Generation of Information Technology Summit Forum, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society's summit on Big Data and Smart e-Commerce, IEEE Internet-of-Things Workshop organized by the IEEE Standards Association, and other 15 topics focusing on automotive electronics, new energy, LED, 3D, lithium battery, flat panel and others. Experts and industry leaders will share the latest products and trace the latest market trends. The on-site business matching programs will also provide an open platform for information exchange between suppliers and buyers.