The Main Sponsors of CEOI 2005

Microsoft Hungary


Microsoft’s mission is to enable people with great software to realize their full potential. As the worldwide leader in software for personal and business computing, Microsoft strives to produce innovative products and services that meet our customers’ evolving needs. At the same time, we understand that long-term success is about more than just making great products.

In an industry that moves at lightning speed, innovation is critical to our competitiveness. Microsoft’s long-term approach to research & development, combined with our constant efforts to anticipate customer needs, improve quality and reduce costs will enable us to deliver the best prod-ucts and technologies.

As a leading provider of development tools and methods, we find it important to help young and talented students learning new and interesting programming techniques. We also make it possible for them to see the „.NET future” as we see it.

CISCO Systems Magyarország


Cisco Systems, Inc. is the worldwide leader in networking for the Internet. Today, networks are an essential part of business, education, government and home communications, and Cisco Internet Protocol-based (IP) net-working solutions are the foundation of these networks. Cisco hardware, software, and service offerings are used to create Internet solutions that allow individuals, companies, and countries to increase productivity, improve customer satisfaction and strengthen competitive advantage. The Cisco name has become synonymous with the Internet, as well as with the productivity improvements that Internet business solutions provide. At Cisco, our vision is to change the way people work, live, play and learn.

To help foster access to education and professional opportunities around the world, the company has founded the Cisco Networking Academy Program, dedicated to providing students with the education and resources they need to design, build, and maintain computer networks. By combining education and the Internet, Cisco Networking Academies help students around the world acquire the necessary skills for IT-related jobs and for higher education in engineering, computer science, and related fields-and ultimately, aid in the development of their countries and their local economies. Now in its sixth year, the program has more than 10,000 academies in 152 countries.

The Hungarian subsidiary of Cisco Systems Inc. came into operation in 1995. Today, with its 50 employees, Cisco Systems Hungary performs commercial, marketing and technical tasks in order to adapt and test the last technologies.

The Main Supporters of CEOI 2005

Ministry of Education

Ministry of Informatics and Communications


Electronic Government Centre

Sárospatak City Council