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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Omatek excites visitors @ Telecom World

Top brand of Nigerian computer manufacturers, Omatek Computers Plc, excited visitors at the recently concluded Telecom World organized by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in Geneva, Switzerland.

Omatek which excited its world-class products assumed the toast of visitors to the Nigerian Pavilion at the exhibition stand at Palexpo, Geneva.

As said by the Group Managing Director, Omatek, Mrs. Florence Seriki, said that many visitors were thrilled with the array of her firm’s products on display at the exhibition, especially the Omatek handtop pc, which is the smallest desktop in the world, the Omatek home entertainment products and the Omatek power products.

“Omatek stand at the Nigerian Pavilion was a bee-hive of activities during the 5-day exhibition as visitors,” she declared, noting that VIP’s and other guests visited and purchased various Omatek products.

She listed some of the prominent visitors to the Omatek stand to include the Nigerian Ambassador to Switzerland and the United Nations, Dr. Martin Uhomoibhi, the Hon Minister of Information and Communications, Prof. Dora Akunyili, the Executive Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission, Dr. Ernest Ndukwe, and South African Minister of Communications among others.

She said the visitors were full of commendations for Omatek for being the only computer company of African origin at the ITU Telecom World 2009.

“Many of the visitors took advantage of Omatek’s presence at the exhibition to sign on as channel partners in other African and Francophone countries,” he said.

Some of Omatek’s novel initiatives also caught the attention of many, especially the Omatek e-learning initiative which is being touted for a rural development programme in some African countries.

In the same vein, the International Telecommunications Union has shown very keen interest in the Omatek handtop PC.

Speaking at the event, ITU secretary- general, Dr. Hamadoun Toure said that Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has made huge progress since the commencement of ITU Telecom World six years ago in Geneva. He urged governments around the world, business and youth leaders to collectively harness the power of ICT to proffer solutions to some of the world’s challenges.

At the event, the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-Moon launched the “Connect a School, Connect a Community” project to support countries worldwide to connect all schools to broadband internet services by 2015.

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