CEA finds tech companies in the Pacific-West set to have largest domestic presence at CES 2011

December 1st, 2010

This time of year, the technology industry is ablaze with talks of the latest gadgets and do-dads that are to be announced and revealed at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Recently, the CEA issued a press release about the upcoming show. Included in this news announcement was the interesting fact that technology companies within the Pacific-West region (Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon and Washington) will have the largest domestic presence at CES 2011 – 630 in total. Among these exhibitors posed to showcase their latest innovations and take the space by storm is of course IOGEAR. We'll be at booth #13427 from January 6-9, 2011. With more than 120,000 people from more than 130 countries expected to be in attendance, it looks like 2011 should be an exciting year for new technologies. We spoke with Bill Nguyen, Director of Marketing for IOGEAR to provide a sneak preview of what's to come from IOGEAR around the show. Here's a snippet of what was said: “CES is the ideal platform for us to showcase our latest consumer solutions,” said Bill Nguyen, Director of Marketing for IOGEAR, based in Foothill Ranch, California. “As IOGEAR furthers its commitment to providing PC to A/V solutions, we are confident that 2011 CES will generate maximum exposure for our message.” What technology do you expect to make the most noise at this year's show? What excites you about the PC to A/V space? Are you planning to attend? Tell us here on our blog or on our Facebook page. For press looking to line up a meeting at the show, please contact Nick Brown at nbrown@castercomm.com.

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