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[20 Jun 2012] TAIDEN Served in G20 Mexico Summit

Date:2012-07-11
TAIDEN Served in G20 Mexico Summit
June 20 2012
 
The G20 summit took place on Monday 18 June 2012 at Los Cabos, Mexico. The assembled leaders of 27 countries and organizations enjoyed TAIDEN’s service for 14 languages discussion and simultaneous interpretation.
 
 
TAIDEN HCS-4100/50 series Fully Digital Congress System, HCS-5100 series Digital IR Language Distribution System, and TMX series of high-definition digital video matrix and other equipments were perfectly applied in the twenty venues of the summit.
 
 
Front row from right: Chinese President HU Jintao, Mexican President Felipe CALDERON and U.S. President Barack OBAMA
 
Mexican President hosts and controls the speaking order.
 
U.S. President Barack OBAMA
 
 
Chinese President HU Jintao
 
The leaders of Mexico and Germany
 
The leaders of Mexico and South Korea
 
The leaders of Mexico and Japan
 
Mexico and the EU leaders
 
 
The G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting in Washington DC in April 2012 was also equipped with the TAIDEN digital conference system. The headquarters of the World Bank was furnished with the TAIDEN originated HCS-8300 Series, the first paperless multi-media congress system in the world.
The stable operation and advanced technology of the TAIDEN digital conference system was awarded high assessment.
 
The G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors meeting (Washington DC)
 
 
IMF President Ms. Lagarde
 
 
TAIDEN HCS-8300 Series Paperless Multi-media Congress System
 
 
Front row from left: IMF President Christine LAGARDE, the United Nations Secretary-General BAN Ki-moon, World Bank President Robert ZOELLICK
 
TAIDEN HCS-8300 Series Paperless Multi-media Congress System in the World Bank headquarters
 
Link:
[11 Oct 2011] TAIDEN Serves the 2011 World Bank & IMF Annual Meetings
[26 Aug 2011] The World Bank chooses again TAIDEN to equip its Headquarters
[01 Nov 2010] TAIDEN in North America in October--Reports on IMF, ITU and ANOC Meetings
 

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