Integrated Systems Europe 05 Gets Off to Strong Start

Strong Support for Pan-European Show for AV Communications, Residential Systems, and Electronic Systems Integration

ATLANTA, June 9th 2004 - Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) is pleased to announce that, after the initial announcement in March for the 2005 edition of Integrated Systems Europe, the organisers have been inundated with requests for space. Requests are coming in not only from exhibitors at this year's event, but also new companies who had not exhibited at ISE 04. As a result more, than 45% of the Exhibition space has already been taken.



A large proportion of the ISE 04 exhibitors have already rebooked for 2005, with many taking substantially more floor space than before.

Integrated Systems Europe 05 will take place from the 26th to 28th January, 2005, at the Amsterdam RAI Exhibition Centre. It will offer the latest electronic systems technologies, up -to -date market information and the most comprehensive education program ever seen in Europe. "We felt that Amsterdam was a great choice of location for ISE. The city is really easy to get to, is a great cultural centre and offers plenty of nightlife, said Jon Le Blanc of Russound, one of the ISE exhibitors. "I know that we will be able to encourage many of our partners to attend ISE next January."

The exhibition caters to systems integrators, consultants, installers, dealers and distributors as well as the buyers of professional audiovisual, residential systems and electronic systems. .

ISE is jointly sponsored by the three leading electronic systems industry associations: the Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association® (CEDIA®), the International Communications Industries Association, Inc.® (ICIA ®), and the National Systems Contractors Association® (NSCA®). All are international organizations serving a combined membership of more than 8,000 companies and individuals in over 70 countries.
CEDIA® (www.cedia.org) is a global trade association of companies specializing in planning and installing residential electronic systems. ICIA (www.infocomm.org) is the premier trade association for the professional audiovisual communications industry, and founder of InfoComm, the conference and trade exposition for audiovisual communications professionals. NSCA (www.nsca.org) is the leading trade association representing the commercial electronic systems industry.
For further information about the ISE 2005 trade show, please visit the ISEUROPE Web site at www.iseurope.org.

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