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This year’s MGS Entertainment Show is taking shape as a number of big-name exhibitors have reserved their booths in recent weeks. Important international names in technology are set to demonstrate their services on the show floor. The smart city theme of this year’s show is highlighting services in cloud computing, and Alibaba Cloud recently entered into an agreement with the Macau SAR government to upgrade the city’s IT infrastructure.
The Macau Gaming Equipment Manufacturers Association is pleased to announce that Alibaba Cloud has reserved a booth at this year’s show. China’s largest provider of public cloud services, Alibaba Cloud will be showcasing a look at the smart city of the future. This is a valuable opportunity to see the evolution of entertainment technology as it is now unfolding. Servicing clients from governments and large corporations to small start-ups, Alibaba Cloud is ubiquitous in the world of technology. They provide basic services such as database and website hosting and batch email management along with their offerings in cutting-edge technologies like machine learning and data analytics.
With Alibaba Cloud and the Macau SAR government planning major improvements to the city’s management of tourism, transportation, healthcare, government and IT training over the next four years, cloud technology is already reshaping the landscape in Macau and other cities around the world. Residents and visitors are going to start seeing smart-city elements such as mobile payment systems and precisely-targeted promotions becoming part of everyday life in Macau.
The MGS Entertainment Show takes place at The Venetian Macao 14-16 November. We are still accepting booth reservations, so visit our website at www.mgsentertainmentshow.com to see the options for demonstrating your business’ products and services to visitors from around the world.