The PRWIRE Press Releases https:// 2010-05-21T04:24:00Z eHealth on the show floor at CeBIT Australia 2010. 2010-05-21T04:24:00Z ehealth-on-the-show-floor-at-cebit-australia-2010 MEDIA ALERTFor Immediate ReleaseeHealth on the show floor at CeBIT Australia 2010. SYDNEY, Australia– 19 May, 2010: With the inaugural eHealth conference set to be a big hit at the CeBIT 2010 event, the show floor is abuzz with exhibitions featuring exciting new eHealth technologies, following Federal Government announcements in the 2010 Budget that the eHealth sector will receive $466.7 million over the next two years to establish electronic health records for all Australians.Health technologies are opening up possibilities of e-sharing and are revolutionising the way our health and records are managed, through collaboration across industry, government and the broader community. CeBIT’s eHealth Conference will bring together health industry and government professionals to discuss the most efficient ways in which global and national health can be better managed through ICT technologies. Tying in with these conference themes, several of our show floor exhibitionists are also focusing on the eHealth revolution.Exciting new eHealth exhibitions on the show floor at CeBIT 2010 include:• Tunstall: Tunstall Healthcare has launched the RFID garment identification solution for residential care facilities in Australia, the RFID garment identification is a small button that is discretely attached to the resident's garments to ensure clothing is properly distributed after laundering, RFID buttons can be programmed up to 200 characters allowing a residents name and other important information such as allergies etc to be discretely included. Stand 7, eHealth. • VoIP: Demonstrates Healthcare ICT infrastructure integrated solutions resulting optimizing costs, operating efficiencies and enhancing patient care. VoIP's integrated approach connects people-to-people, people-to-devices and devices-to-devices which enable real-time collaboration and is independent to location. This interaction improves access on up-to-date medical records and allows healthcare professionals to deliver the best possible patient care whether in Hospitals or Healthcare Centres. Stand 6, eHealth.• CSIRO: CSIRO: The CSIRO stand, staffed by experts in science, engineering and commercialisation, will feature displays of augmented reality visualisation to enable remote delivery of complicated expert services in healthcare, self-learning computer vision that identifies expressions and analyses behaviour to aid in the diagnosis of medical conditions and automated dose calculation to allow better targeting of radiotherapy and improve treatment of prostate cancer. It is one of the first supercomputers to combine central processing units (CPUs) with graphics processing units (GPUs) and run applications up to 100 times faster. Stand J11.• Bosch: Bosch plans to bring eHealth solutions to Australia Remote patient monitoring via Bosch 'Telehealth Plus'. The 'Telehealth Plus' system enables clinicians and healthcare professionals to stay connected with patients between clinical visits, strengthening healthcare professional/patient relationships and improving clinical outcomes whilst reducing the total cost of care. Stand 19, eHealth.• Emerging Health Solutions: has been operating as a multi-functional ward based clinical system to support clinical service delivery at St Vincent’s Private Hospital since October 1992. A team of clinicians designed the application and the built-in toolset. During a period of over a decade Emerging Health Solutions has matured and grown in scope and functionality. Clinicians have been, and continue to be, the primary contributors in the development of the application. The Mater Misericordiae Hospital is now in the early stages of a Emerging Health Solutions implementation. With the years of experience with Emerging Health Solutions at Sydney’s St Vincent’s Private Hospital in mind, the Mater is looking to enjoy the same benefits that St Vincent’s enjoys through their use of Emerging Health Solutions. Stand 29, eHealthCeBIT Australia 2010 is scheduled for May 24-26, 2010 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre. The eHealth Conference will take place on May 25 as part of the CeBIT Global Conference Series.Enter the promo code prpc33 when registering to have your entry fee waved. To receive $100 off conferences enter prpc99.Further information can be found at www.cebit.com.au. Press contact:Emma CooneyTel: 02 9282 7546Email: pr@cebit.com.au Hannover Fairs Australia is the largest business technology exhibition and conference event organiser in the region. Its flagship CeBIT Australia 2010 event will be held from May 24-26 2010 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre at Darling Harbour. For more information on CeBIT Australia, please visit www.cebit.com.au.Hannover Fairs Australia is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the global trade group company Deutsche Messe AG. Hannover Fairs Australia also assists Australian companies in attending other international events organised by Deutsche Messe AG across the world. For information about other Deutsche Messe global events please visit www.hannoverfairs.com.au. CeBIT Australia Telstra iPhone app is available to download today! 2010-05-21T01:11:00Z cebit-australia-telstra-iphone-app-is-available-to-download-today SYDNEY, Australia– May 21, 2010: CeBIT Australia 2010 Telstra Live Event iPhone App can now be downloaded free from the Apple App Store. The Australia Telstra Live Event iPhone app will enrich the CeBIT visitor experience, giving users access to all the information they need to know about CeBIT at their fingertips. The CeBIT app, available for download today, features a state-of-the-art mobile Augmented Reality (AR) platform, utilising the iPhone’s Camera and GPS modules to present real time location based event information via the camera. “The CeBIT Live Event app is designed specifically to enhance the event experience, for both visitors and exhibitors” said CeBIT Chief Technology Officer, Gilad Greenbaum. In the CeBIT iPhone app users will be able to access event information and schedules, a basic showfloor map, exhibitor information and locations and exhibition point of interest information including conference locations, facilities & amenities. A search engine feature will also allow users to search through a full directory by category, exhibitor name and tags.“The CeBIT App will help visitors plan their visit throughout the showfloor, search and locate specific technologies, and present exhibitor and booth information on their iPhone,” said Gilad. In addition, it will provide conference, workshop and seminar information in real- time, allowing visitors to catch all the show floor activities and personalise their experience at the show. The app was designed by Mobile development firm, Insqribe.“We are proud to be working with CeBIT Australia as it marks Insqribe’s entry into the live events space. We are focused on enabling Insqribe’s real time mobile platform to be utilised in functional and compelling experiences delivering real value to people on the go,” said Insqribe’s co-founder and Head of Products Danny Housseas.“The CeBIT Live Event app will surpass all expectations.”Thanks to major sponsor Telstra the CeBIT Australia Telstra Live Event iPhone app is now available for free download via Apple’s App store today. The CeBIT Australia 2010 Telstra Live Event iPhone App can be downloaded at http://itunes.apple.com/au/app/cebit-australia/id372242544?mt=8. CeBIT Australia 2010 is scheduled for May 24-26, 2010 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre. Further information can be found at www.cebit.com.au. Press Contact:Emma CooneyMarketing ManagerTel: 02 9282 7546Email: pr@cebit.com.auHannover Fairs Australia is the largest business technology exhibition and conference event organiser in the region. Its flagship CeBIT Australia 2010 event will be held from May 24-26 2010 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre at Darling Harbour. For more information on CeBIT Australia, please visit www.cebit.com.au.Hannover Fairs Australia is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the global trade group company Deutsche Messe AG. Hannover Fairs Australia also assists Australian companies in attending other international events organised by Deutsche Messe AG across the world. For information about other Deutsche Messe global events please visit www.hannoverfairs.com.au.________________________________________CeBIT App Fast FactsApple App Store Name: CeBIT Australia Telstra Live Event iPhone AppMajor Sponsor: TelstraDesign: InsqribeApple App Store launch: 21 May, 2010Cost: FreeKey features of the CeBIT iPhone Event App are: • CEBIT Australia 2010 events information – Location, time, dates • Events Schedule & Search during the show. • Point of Interest information at the Exhibition Centre Surrounding Conference locations, Facilities & AmenitiesAmenties (e.g. Exits, ATMs) • Basic showfloor Map Category level resolution • Enable Search by Category, Exhibitor name and Tag – full directory. • Exhibitor Information & Location per exhibitor • Live timetable of speakers• Present live event information in camera view (mobile Augmented Reality) with POI across the eventDownload link: http://itunes.apple.com/au/app/cebit-australia/id372242544?mt=8Image of CeBIT Australia Telstra Live Event iPhone AppFor more high resolution images please email: pr@cebit.com.au HKTDC Online, Mobile to be Featured at CeBIT Australia 2010-05-20T01:30:00Z hktdc-online-mobile-to-be-featured-at-cebit-australia-1 11 May 2010 – The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) will showcase its groundbreaking smartphone and online applications at this month’s CeBIT Australia, the region’s major Information and Communications Technology (ICT) exhibition. The annual three-day event opens 24 May and continues through 26 May at Sydney's Convention and Exhibition Centre in Darling Harbour. The show brings together local and international ICT manufacturers, service providers, distributors, retailers and buyers to meet and do business. CeBIT is also a forum for spotlighting technology-based business solutions. CeBIT Australia covers 28 individual technology exhibitions, covering everything from communications and business processes to cloud, data centre and hosting, and clean technology. The event targets business to business (B2B) visitors. HKTDC Mobile PresenceThe HKTDC’s CeBIT exhibit will feature the new HKTDC Mobile iPhone application, the first such application offered in the B2B online marketplace. Also on display will be a hktdc.com “Lite Demo”, allowing visitors to try out the HKTDC’s online marketplace. Demonstrations will be on show twice a day at 11.00am and 3.30pm at the HKTDC Booth G-11 in the ‘Digital Marketing’ Area. HKTDC.com connects more than 120,000 suppliers verified by major authentication companies. The online marketplace attracts nearly one million buyers from all over the world to source products and services provided by suppliers on the Chinese mainland, in Hong Kong and elsewhere in Asia. Related linksHKTDC Mobile: http://info.hktdc.com/mobileCeBIT Australia: www.cebit.com.au Media EnquiriesPlease contact Mr. Peter Bosevski (HKTDC)Email: peter.bosevski@hktdc.org About the HKTDCA statutory body established in 1966, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) is the international marketing arm for Hong Kong-based traders, manufacturers and service providers. With more than 40 offices worldwide, including 11 on the Chinese mainland, the HKTDC promotes Hong Kong as a platform for doing business with China and Asia. The HKTDC also organises trade fairs and business missions to connect companies with opportunities in Hong Kong and the mainland, while providing information via trade publications, research reports and online. For more, visit www.hktdc.com. HKTDC Online, Mobile to be Featured at CeBIT Australia 2010-05-20T01:30:00Z hktdc-online-mobile-to-be-featured-at-cebit-australia 11 May 2010 – The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) will showcase its groundbreaking smartphone and online applications at this month’s CeBIT Australia, the region’s major Information and Communications Technology (ICT) exhibition. The annual three-day event opens 24 May and continues through 26 May at Sydney's Convention and Exhibition Centre in Darling Harbour. The show brings together local and international ICT manufacturers, service providers, distributors, retailers and buyers to meet and do business. CeBIT is also a forum for spotlighting technology-based business solutions. CeBIT Australia covers 28 individual technology exhibitions, covering everything from communications and business processes to cloud, data centre and hosting, and clean technology. The event targets business to business (B2B) visitors. HKTDC Mobile PresenceThe HKTDC’s CeBIT exhibit will feature the new HKTDC Mobile iPhone application, the first such application offered in the B2B online marketplace. Also on display will be a hktdc.com “Lite Demo”, allowing visitors to try out the HKTDC’s online marketplace. Demonstrations will be on show twice a day at 11.00am and 3.30pm at the HKTDC Booth G-11 in the ‘Digital Marketing’ Area. HKTDC.com connects more than 120,000 suppliers verified by major authentication companies. The online marketplace attracts nearly one million buyers from all over the world to source products and services provided by suppliers on the Chinese mainland, in Hong Kong and elsewhere in Asia. Related linksHKTDC Mobile: http://info.hktdc.com/mobileCeBIT Australia: www.cebit.com.au Media EnquiriesPlease contact Mr. Peter Bosevski (HKTDC)Email: peter.bosevski@hktdc.org About the HKTDCA statutory body established in 1966, the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) is the international marketing arm for Hong Kong-based traders, manufacturers and service providers. With more than 40 offices worldwide, including 11 on the Chinese mainland, the HKTDC promotes Hong Kong as a platform for doing business with China and Asia. The HKTDC also organises trade fairs and business missions to connect companies with opportunities in Hong Kong and the mainland, while providing information via trade publications, research reports and online. For more, visit www.hktdc.com. CeBit Australia a drawcard for international visitors. 2010-05-06T06:14:00Z cebit-australia-a-drawcard-for-international-visitors SYDNEY, Australia – April 2010: CeBIT Australia’s annual ICT business-to-business trade fair and Global Conference series has become renown as a premier launching platform into the international business markets, with this year’s 2010 expo drawing in more international delegations and exhibitors than ever. With less than three weeks to go until the event, a large number of international exhibitors have registered, with the exhibition featuring pavilions from China, The UK, South Korea and Germany. Thirteen international delegations hosted by the Australian Trade Commission (Austrade), have also been confirmed to attend this years’ event, with global business and technology giants such as China, Korea, and the Philippines all strongly represented. Growing from ten international delegations attending in 2009, the increased global attendance this year further cements CeBIT Australia’s status as a gateway to business in the Asia Pacific. “CeBIT Australia continues to attract a large number of overseas delegations and exhibitors to Australia - all keen to explore opportunities in our local industry", said Jackie Taranto, Hannover Fairs Australia Managing Director. "We are extremely proud of its contribution towards inward investment. We also continue to witness an increase in the quality of our business visitors, confirming that technology is a key element of business strategy." The support from Austrade has allowed the CeBit event to grow in recognition across the international market, promoting the Australian economy to international governments and industry. “Every year on the show floor, there are hundreds of partnerships and projects formed, with CeBIT playing a major role in facilitating these partnerships through our ties with international government and industry” Ms Taranto said. “To give you an idea of the scope and scale of these collaborations, a particularly exciting partnership was formed in March 2010 between NICTA and the Fraunhofer Institute (Germany’s leading R&D organisation), with a five-year agreement signed to establish the Fraunhofer Project Group on Transport and Logistics at NICTA’s Sydney laboratory. The two organisations are committing over $A11 million to bring together their complementary skills and world-leading expertise in these areas.” With this year’s event already proving to draw in large numbers of international visitors, it’s no surprise that the popularity of the CeBit expo continues to soar in both the Australian and International Business and ICT industries. The CeBIT Australia 2010 exhibition is held on 24-26 May 2010 at Darling Harbour, Sydney. Enter the promo code prpc33 when registering to have your entry fee waved. To receive $100 off conferences enter prpc99. Further information can be found at www.cebit.com.au. Press contacts: Emma CooneyTel: 02 9282 7546Email: pr@cebit.com.au Hannover Fairs Australia is the largest business technology exhibition and conference event organiser in the region. Its flagship CeBIT Australia 2010 event will be held from May 24-26 2010 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre at Darling Harbour. For more information on CeBIT Australia, please visit www.cebit.com.au.Hannover Fairs Australia is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the global trade group company Deutsche Messe AG. Hannover Fairs Australia also assists Australian companies in attending other international events organised by Deutsche Messe AG across the world. For information about other Deutsche Messe global events please visit www.hannoverfairs.com.au. CeBIT Australia Telstra iPhone app has arrived! 2010-05-03T05:38:00Z cebit-australia-telstra-iphone-app-has-arrived SYDNEY, Australia– May 3, 2010: CeBIT Australia 2010 Telstra Live Event iPhone App will be launched on Apple App Store mid-May. The CeBIT visitor experience will be enhanced with the launch of CeBIT Australia Telstra Live Event iPhone app. The CeBIT app available for download from mid-May will feature a state-of-the-art mobile Augmented Reality (AR) platform, utilising the iPhone’s Camera and GPS modules to present real time location based event information via the camera. “The CeBIT Live Event app is designed specifically to enhance the event experience, for both visitors and exhibitors” said CeBIT Chief Technology Officer, Gilad Greenbaum. In the CeBIT iPhone app users will be able to access event information and schedules, a basic showfloor map, exhibitor information and locations and exhibition point of interest information including conference locations, facilities & amenities. A search engine feature will also allow users to search through a full directory by category, exhibitor name and tags. “The CeBIT App will help visitors to plan their visit throughout the showfloor, search and locate specific technologies, and present exhibitor and booth information on their iPhone,” said Gilad. In addition, it will provide conference, workshop and seminar information in real-time, allowing visitors to catch all the show floor activities and personalise their experience at the show. The app was designed by Mobile development firm, Insqribe. “We are proud to be working with CeBIT Australia as it marks Insqribe’s entry into the live events space. We are focused on enabling Insqribe’s real time mobile platform to be utilised in functional and compelling experiences delivering real value to people on the go.” said Insqribe’s co-founder and Head of Products Danny Housseas. “The CeBIT Live Event app will surpass all expectations.” Thanks to major sponsor Telstra the CeBIT Australia Telstra Live Event iPhone app will be made available for free download three weeks prior to the event via Apple’s App store. CeBIT Australia 2010 is scheduled for May 24-26, 2010 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre. Enter the promo code prpc33 when registering to have your entry fee waved. To receive $100 off conferences enter prpc99. Further information can be found at www.cebit.com.au. Press Contact:Emma CooneyMarketing ManagerTel: 02 9282 7546Email: pr@cebit.com.auHannover Fairs Australia is the largest business technology exhibition and conference event organiser in the region. Its flagship CeBIT Australia 2010 event will be held from May 24-26 2010 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre at Darling Harbour. For more information on CeBIT Australia, please visit www.cebit.com.au.Hannover Fairs Australia is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the global trade group company Deutsche Messe AG. Hannover Fairs Australia also assists Australian companies in attending other international events organised by Deutsche Messe AG across the world. For information about other Deutsche Messe global events please visit www.hannoverfairs.com.au. ________________________________________ CeBIT App Fast Facts Apple App Store Name: CeBIT Australia Telstra Live Event iPhone App Major Sponsor: Telstra Design: Insqribe Apple App Store launch: mid-May, 2010 Cost: Free Key features of the CeBIT iPhone Event App are: • CEBIT Australia 2010 events information – Location, time, dates • Events Schedule & Search during the show. • Point of Interest information at the Exhibition Centre Surrounding Conference locations, Facilities & AmenitiesAmenties (e.g. Exits, ATMs) • Basic showfloor Map Category level resolution • Enable Search by Category, Exhibitor name and Tag – full directory. • Exhibitor Information & Location per exhibitor • Live timetable of speakers • Present live event information in camera view (mobile Augmented Reality) with POI across the event Download links: http://www.cebit.com.au/iphone-app OR http://insqribe.com/LiveEvents Image of CeBIT Australia Telstra Live Event iPhone App For more high resolution images please email: pr@cebit.com.au Australia‚Äôs Ageing Data Centres Addressed at CeBIT Conference 2010-03-19T06:12:00Z australia-s-ageing-data-centres-addressed-at-cebit-conference-1 SYDNEY, Australia – March 19, 2010: An industry-leading congress of expert speakers will address the increasing problem of an ageing Australian data centre landscape at next Monday’s Future-Proofing Your Data Centre Conference, in Sydney. This issue has been highlighted as a highly topical issue for all sectors of Australian industry as older systems can lead to near-disastrous and costly ramifications for organisations with high data demands. “Australia has some of the oldest data centres in the Asia Pacific region which is significant in that old data centres are more expensive to maintain, less reliable and often unable to cope with the demands placed on them by modern servers and storage”, explains IDC analyst, Matthew Oostveen[1]. Data Centre strategy revisions are currently being planned and implemented across the complete spectrum of government, commerce and services. Business leaders and data centre solutions providers taking the lead in this important strategy revolution will meet at CeBIT Australia’s Future-Proofing Your Data Centre to share expertise and compare notes on data centre optimisation best practice. The event will open with a keynote presentation by the Hon. Lindsay Tanner MP, Minister for Finance and Deregulation, who will announce the Federal Government’s new data centre strategy. Augmenting the strong relationship between government and CeBIT Australia that has spanned 8 years since the international business event was brought to the Asia-Pacific region, Minister Tanner will return to address CeBIT audiences at this year’s event in Sydney (24-26 May). He will join Dr Werner Vogels, Vice President World Wide Architecture and CTO, Amazon Web Services and a full cast of esteemed international leaders to inform Australian industry on how technology has driven their corporate strategy and where it is heading next. Following this theme, Future-Proofing Your Data Centre delegates will gain access to a complete overview of operational data centre insights from a speaking agenda specifically tailored to deliver a full range of up-to-the-minute, business critical solutions. Poor data centre cooling and air flow design is one of the most significant challenges for data centre managers, potentially reducing the life of servers and equipment by as much as five years, according to Future-Proofing Your Data Centre platinum sponsor, Server Racks Australia (SRA). Speaking ahead of the company’s presentation and workshop at Future Proofing Your Data Centre, Andrew Connelly, Data Centre Solution Architect at SRA, said the importance of cooling was often overshadowed by high profile data centre issues such as power consumption and Green IT. “The key issue is that as data centre density has increased we are seeing more by-pass air and recirculated air – both of which mean the life of a server is dramatically reduced, and servers and other hardware can fail as they are not getting cooled effectively,” hesaid. Also sponsoring Future-Proofing Your Data Centre is Computer Site Solutions (CSS), which designs, builds and maintains environments for mission-critical operations to meet business needs. The diverse speaker line-up ensures conference attendees will gain access to proven case studies that relevant to their industry. Presenters include: Philip Hind, Chief Knowledge Officer, Australian Taxation OfficeShane Owenby, Managing Director Asia Pacific, Amazon Web ServicesGlenn Allen, Data Centre Platform Specialist, National Australia BankDr Eugene Zaid, Enterprise Architecture & Strategy, Westpac Banking CorporationBrian Kissell, Chief Technology Officer, University of Southern QueenslandBarry Goldstein, Chair AGEG; and Director – Petroleum / GeothermalStewart Taggart, Founder, DESERTEC – AustraliaMichael Mallia, General Manager, Power Quality Australia & New Zealand, Eaton Industries, Electrical GroupCarrie Higbie, Global Director for Data Centre Solutions & Services, The Siemon CompanyChristian Bertolini, Engineering Practice Manager, APCMichael Jenkins, Manager, Enterprise Architecture & Strategy, Toyota Motor Corporation AustraliaTim Takala, Technical Director – Enterprise APAC, ADC Krone A full speaker list, and agenda for the conference, is available at www.cebit.com.au Future-Proofing Your Data Centre will be held on Monday 22 March with a full day of workshops on Tuesday 23 March. The conference features as part of the CeBIT Global Conference Series outside the annual CeBIT Australia technology event held on 24 – 26 May. Press contact: Emma Cooney, +61-2-9282 7546/ emma.cooney@hannoverfairs.com.au Server Racks Australia (SRA), a trading name of Preceision Metals Queanbeyan Pty Ltd, is a local Australian manufacturer of high-quality ICT equipment cabinets and associated products. Recently, a major Federal Government Department requested SRA to design a range of cabinets to help them provide managed cooling for its medium and high density projects. This resulted in the development of the iPAMM (intelligent Plenum Air Management Module) range of products. Since then, SRA has expanded its portfolio of airflow management products to support medium and high density IT cabinet loads. This includes, HOT and COLD aisle containment systems, ducted airflow systems, in-row cooling systems and combinations of these systems. With the addition of airflow management systems to IT equipment cabinets, cooling effectiveness and efficiency can be greatly improved. Computer Site Solutions (CSS) is a specialist company with a proven track record of taking on total project responsibility. The company excels in minimising risks, leaving clients to run their business, while is builds and maintain sites. CSS successfully manages large-scale, multiple-site, national projects all the way down to a single data outlet. CSS staff has a unique mixture of experience and specialist construction industry skills. CSS is highly regarded for on-time completion and quality workmanship together with economical, custom designed solutions. Hannover Fairs Australia is the largest business technology exhibition and conference event organiser in the region. Its flagship CeBIT Australia 2010 event will be held from May 24-26 2010 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre at Darling Harbour. For more information on CeBIT Australia, please visit www.cebit.com.au. Hannover Fairs Australia is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the global trade group company Deutsche Messe AG. Hannover Fairs Australia also assists Australian companies in attending other international events organised by Deutsche Messe AG across the world. For information about other Deutsche Messe global events please visit www.hannoverfairs.com.au. [1] Computerworld (6/11/2009): http://www.computerworld.com.au/article/327644/australian_data_centre_landscape/