CES 2022 exhibitor list is rapidly shrinking as more companies are refusing to attend the show on account of COVID-19. Following the suit of T-Mobile, Amazon, Meta, Lenovo, and Waymo are IBM, Panasonic, Intel, AMD, GM, and Google. CES 2022 is scheduled for January 5 to 8 in Las Vegas.
According to a report from The Verge, Intel said that “[after] consulting with health officials and in the spirit of Intel’s safety policy, our plans for CES will move to a digital-first, live experience, with minimal on-site staff.”
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A statement from GM says, “We have decided to move to an all-digital approach with our activation at CES 2022 in January. CES is an important technology platform, and we are continuing with our plans on January 5 to share our significant company news including the reveal of the Chevrolet Silverado EV.”
Google, a company which always showcased revolutionary hardware at the CES, also refused to attend the program after GM. Google communications manager Ivy Hunt said, “After careful consideration we have decided to withhold from having a presence on the show floor of CES 2022. We’ve been closely monitoring the development of the Omicron variant, and have decided that this is the best choice for the health and safety of our teams. We will continue to collaborate closely with both CTA and our partners to identify and support virtual opportunities, and we look forward to sharing the latest Google innovations with you all.”
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Even AMD joined the tech giants. “AMD has decided to cancel our in-person presence at CES 2022 in Las Vegas and will instead transition to a virtual experience. While the AMD 2022 Product Premiere was always planned as a digital-only livestream, our in-person engagements will now transition to virtual in the best interest of the health and safety of our employees, partners, and communities. We look forward to sharing all our exciting news as scheduled on January 4th,” according to another report.click here!