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Sri Lanka’s premier ICT exhibition INFOTEL 2014, under the theme of 'A Samarter Tomorrow ‘ was inaugurated yesterday by Minister of Telecommunications and IT Ranjith Siyambalapitiya at the BMICH, Colombo.

Organised by the Federation of ICT Industry in Sri Lanka (FITIS), the INFOTEL 2014 will be concluded tomorrow (26). The exhibition features 200 plus stalls in a special pavilion covering eight sectors – software, hardware and digital devices, cloud computing, computer games, mobile computing, emerging technologies, ICT education and training.

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