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[December 03, 2012]

Turkcell Welcomes Technology and Marketing Guru at Technology Summit

Dec 03, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Turkcell , a communications and technology company in Turkey, announced that it has welcomed technology guru Guy Kawasaki at the third Turkcell Technology Summit.

According to a release, keynote speaker Guy Kawasaki said that Turkcell Superonline offered internet speeds of 1,000Mb/s, versus the internet speed of 25 Mb/s most seen at his home in California, and that it was worth moving Turkey for Turkcell's 40X faster internet speed.

During his speech titled "Art of Innovation", Turkcell said Kawasaki suggested that the concepts of "value" and "uniqueness" should be in positive correlation to achieve the right results, and that furthermore, products and services should have the following 5 features: Depth, Intelligence, Elegance, Power, and Integrity. Having emphasized that Turkcell had taken all these factors into account, Kawasaki said that Turkcell represented an opportunity for corporations in Turkey with its leading role maintained with the infrastructure and smart technologies that it offers.

Approximately 100 business leaders spoke on panels entitled "Revolution of the Mobile World", "Cloud Computing and Digital Office Technologies", "New Media", "New Commerce", and "Our Work, Employees, and Lives Get Mobilized" during the Turkcell Technology Summit hosted by Turkcell Chief Corporate Business Officer Selen Kocabas. The summit, where Turkcell's products and services, which create value for corporates were presented, was attended by 3,500 visitors, composed of Turkcell's solution partners, vendors, and customers.

During his opening speech, Turkcell CEO Sureyya Ciliv said that what matters, was not the "smart" technologies, but those who adapt these technologies to their jobs at the right time and in the right manner. Sureyya Ciliv said, "Today, the infrastructure and smart technologies that we have, strengthen us in a way that enables us to compete globally. Now, Turkey is in a perfect position in mobile communications, fiber and cloud computing. As Turkcell, we have formed a structure that offers our customers both mobile and IT solutions from a single point. Each and every example presented during the Turkcell Technology Summit by our partners and customers is a success story. With mobile internet, the new era has begun for our companies. It is possible to rewrite history, making a difference in the competitive arena by producing more efficient and innovative business plans through mobile technologies, and by using Turkcell's superiority in infrastructure. Because the golden key to the rewriting of history is collaboration and so we are indeed proud to offer this golden key to all Turkcell customers." Guy Kawasaki is the co-founder of Alltop.com, an " online magazine rack " of topics on the web, and a founding partner at Garage Technology Ventures .

More information: www.turkcell.com.tr ((Comments on this story may be sent to newsdesk@closeupmedia.com))

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