St. Ingbert, 2013-05-03, The Key-Systems GmbH and Online Marketing Manager Roland Riethmüller will hold a Google I/O Extended Event on May 15. As last year, the much-anticipated kickoff event of the Google I/O conference will be broadcasted via live stream at Key-Systems' headquarters in St. Ingbert. The so-called keynote shows what Google has been working on and presents new services and products. All interested developers and Google fans are invited to watch the keynote on May 15, 2013, 6:00 pm in St. Ingbert.
For all interested people, who can't visit the conference in San Francisco from May 15 to 17, 2013, Google enables to watch several parts of the conference with the local developer community via live stream at a Google I/O Extended Event. As in the previous year, the Key-Systems GmbH provides its office premises in St. Ingbert and soft drinks for such a Google I/O Extended Event, while Google will sponsor the catering.
The three day Google I/O, which was started in 2008, is a developer-focused conference held by Google which features highly technical, in-depth sessions focused on building web, mobile, and enterprise applications with Google. In recent years new web functions as well as hard- and software such as Android, Chrome or Google Glass were presented.
Please use the following link to register for the Google I/O Extended Event hosted by Key-Systems and Online Marketing Manager Roland Riethmüller in St. Ingbert: http://goo.gl/Yfbbn. The registration is free and possible up to May 7, 2013.
Key-Systems is an international IT company that currently manages more than 3 million domains for more than 70,000 retail/corporate customers and 1,800 resellers worldwide. The company with more than 70 employees is the second largest registrar for generic domains such as .COM or .NET in Europe and one of the 15 largest worldwide, in relation to the number of managed gTLD domain names (source: webhosting.info). Key-Systems' headquarters are located in St. Ingbert/Germany. Furthermore, the company runs a subsidiary in the USA. Key-Systems’ business areas include the retail customer portal domaindiscount24.com and the reseller portal RRPproxy.net. Furthermore, the company runs the TIER III SKYWAY DataCenter, the corporate domain portal BrandShelter.com, a service for registry operation (KSregistry) and the domainer software DNWorker. Key-Systems is a member of the KeyDrive S.A. holding that was created in June 2011 through the merge of Key-Systems GmbH and NameDrive S.A. The holding also includes the companies Moniker and SnapNames.