Hi people. I just looked at the Siemens page for Cebit.http://w4.siemens.de/cebit/eng/index.htmIt provides an amazingly compact overview of what Siemens does. I suggest you look into it, I will just quote some parts.If you go to Business to Business, go for Next Generation Internet.There they have HiPath, which is their enterprise convergence architecture. Think IP solutions (phones, computers, workstations, anything that can be connected), DSL, Control Centers, Financial Markets Trading.But hey, obviously they have Broadband access too. Voice over DSL, wireless, xDSL, TV/broadcast applications.IP Routing and IP Convergence are other terms that you will hear a lot of the future, enabling you to use your network for everything that has wires (kind of :)).Of course they can manage your network or give you the tools to do that. And of course optical networking with their own DWDM technology should not be missing.But ok, let's go mobile where they can build your UTMS or GPRS network and show you how money goes mobile.Or take mobile solutions including banking, travel, office, bluetooth, hipath systems and A LOT more.Ok, Maybe electronic business is another thing. General e-business and security is there as well as e-crm (Customer Relations Management) which means that Siemens can and is building full call centers including future solutions of those.Of course they have their consulting center there for all their different things including mobile business, e-business, operations, mobile network services, mobile network planning, carrier services, security solutions, (e-)crm service suites, hipath partnerships, and Bank's Partner of Choice (which sounds mighty cool)But hey, this is just things that they do TODAY, so they have a future world showing what will possible in the future.Of course there will be a lot of speakers there to talk about different subjects. God, if anyone at Siemens is here, invite me! :)Oliver aka BizKiffer
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