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The Australian arm of CeBIT, the world’s largest annual information technology expo, kicked off for 2010 at the Sydney Convention Center. Here’s the entrance.Credit: Josh Taylor/ZDNet Australia
Those having withdrawal symptoms from their datacentres could calm themselves in this Rittal display.Credit: Josh Taylor/ZDNet Australia
Now, what you’ve all been waiting for – the booth babes. ZDNet Australia reports that CeBIT’s organizer, Hannover Fairs, promises to monitor the attire of “booth babes” in future exhibitions.
At the Norton 360 booth, expo visitors can score a cap signed by V8 supercar driver Craig Lowndes. All they have to do is tell Norton if they are using free antivirus software.
The Navteq GPS car.
Niot as dramatic as Norton but McAfee talks up their security suites.
One booth holds a competition to see who can construct a server rack the quickest.
The booth for Australian IT research institute NICTA.
Server racks with cooling system from iPAMM.
Hallam server racks.