Varna to Host Its First IT Show

SOFIA (07/25/2000) - In October, Varna will host an IT exhibition for the first time with products from regional companies focused on hardware, Internet software and electronic commerce offerings. The show, Varna Tech 2000, will take place Oct. 12-15.

Tornado Systems Becomes Fujitsu WholesalerTornado Systems Bulgaria became the wholesaler of Fujitsu Ltd. products, including hard disks. Tornado intends to support only a few lower-priced Fujitsu products.

Scopeland Launches Version 2000

Scopeland Software officially started selling version 2000 of its product in Bulgaria. Scopeland will invest in more developers, consultants and sales people in Bulgaria, said Jurgen Kress, the company's manager of international business.

Bulgarian Embassies Take to the Web

Bulgarian embassies located in various nations will all have their own Web pages, Bulgarian Prime Minister Ivan Kostov said during a meeting of Bulgarian ambassadors.

Sofia Airport System Enables Reservation AccessA new information system at the Sofia Airport enables access to the reservation system of each airline. Bulgaria is the third Balkan country after Greece and Turkey with such a system, used by 140 airports worldwide. Thirty-seven Bulgarian travel agents will have access to the system.

Internet Society Gains a New Member

Bulgarian President Peter Stoyanov has joined the Internet Society, Veni Markovski, the chairman of the Bulgarian Internet Society announced. Stoyanov is the first head of state to join the organization. The Internet Society has signed an agreement with Cisco Systems Inc., Hewlett-Packard Co. and Microsoft Corp. to further develop the Internet technologies used in the country, Markovski also announced.

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