NEC Technologies India, part of the Japanese major NEC, has been invited to attend the World Congress Information Technology (WCIT) being held in Hyderabad during February 19-22.
Katsumi Emura, Chief Technology Officer and Member of Board, NEC Corporation, will represent NEC and deliver the key note address on topic “Envisioning the Future Society in this Connected Age!”on February 20 at the 22nd edition of the global event.
WCIT is being organised for the first time in India and being jointly hosted by Nasscom, WITSA and the Telangana government. The theme for the WCIT 2018 is Amplify Digital: Disrupt the Core.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has consented to inaugurate the conference on February 18. WCIT aims to bring together over 2,500 industry leaders, government representatives and academics from more than 80 countries.
Takayuki Inaba, Managing Director, NEC Technologies India Pvt. Ltd, said, “World Congress Information Technology is the ‘Olympics of the IT industry’. This event provides a platform to share new innovations and developments and demonstrate our expertise in the respective fields.”
NEC, a leader in integration of IT and network technologies, brings more than 100 years of expertise in technological innovation to provide solutions for empowering people, businesses and society.
Source: The Hindu