Media : Victorian Government: World Launch For Vic Company At CommunicAsia

Jun 20, 2007, 14:00

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Specialised ICT companies focussing on fibre optics, telecommunications, satellite technology and software are flying the flag for Victoria at the CommunicAsia2007 expo in Singapore this week, the Minister for Information and Communication Technology, Tim Holding, said today.

The 22-strong Victorian contingent are leading the Australian charge into Asian markets, showcasing their innovative products to around 67,000 industry professionals from over 100 countries at CommunicAsia from 19-22 June.

?It is the first time the Victorian Government has led a delegation to CommunicAsia and I?m particularly excited we have one of our Victorian companies ? Haliplex ? launching a series of world first telecommunications products at the expo,? Mr Holding said.

?This is precisely the kind of exposure our local ICT companies require to successfully compete in the global marketplace.

?Trade fairs like CommunicAsia also provide companies fantastic opportunities to forge partnerships and network for future synergies and export opportunities,? Minister Holding said.

?Melbourne-based Haliplex has a reputation for innovation and I congratulate the company on the world launch of its new Multi-Service Provisioning Platform products.

?The three platforms offer carrier, wireless, utility, transport and enterprise customers cost-efficient ?triple-play? voice, video and data servicing, supporting traditional and next generation infrastructure.?

Haliplex marketing director, Matthew Tutty, said that while the products they were unveiling at CommunicAsia were cutting-edge now, they were also designed with the future in mind.

?The smallest of their kind, these ?micro? platforms are flexible, user-friendly and affordable. Gigabit Ethernet capabilities and connectivity over any media means operators can increase the performance of existing network assets today, while provisioning for expansion and modernisation in the future,? Mr Tutty said.

The Bracks Government's ICT Trade Events and Export Assistance Program is making it possible for home-grown ICT companies to showcase their products and services at some of the most prestigious and important ICT conventions across the world.

Since December 1999 the Bracks Government has funded over 450 ICT companies to participate in some of the most prestigious technology trade events in over 40 countries across the globe, returning reported exports of more than $1.5 billion.

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