Visit the IEEE Computer Society at International CES

LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 6 January, 2012 – If you're attending the annual International Consumer Electronics Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center from 10-13 January, be sure to stop by one of IEEE's booths.
 
IEEE and its operating units will operate five booths at CES. They include:
• IEEE booth, South Hall Upper Level #35883
• IEEE Spectrum booth, South Hall Upper Level #32012
• IEEE Standards Association booth, South Hall Upper Level #35307
• IEEE Communications Society booth, South Hall Upper Level #35307, and the
• IEEE Consumer Electronics Society booth, North Hall #5307. 
Computer Society staff will be available at the IEEE booth South Hall Upper Level #35883.
 
IEEE and its experts will discuss this year's top technology trends at CES booth #35883 and on IEEE's Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ieeeorg, which will also feature video discussions from the show floor. The top trends are Powering Connections, A Tipping Point for Video Entertainment on the Web, Patient Monitoring Technology Moves Into the Home, Convergence of Home Networking Technologies, Advancing Long Term Storage with Ceramic, Consumerization of IT, Consumer Electronics as a Service, Smartphone Hacking, the Effect of Natural Disasters on Global Consumer Electronics Prices, Private Companies Driving Major Technology Innovations, Vehicles Aiding Drivers' Awareness of Surroundings, and Automated Metadata Generation.
 
CES is expected to draw more than 125,000 consumer electronic professionals from 145 countries and feature more than 2,700 manufacturers, developers and suppliers of consumer technology hardware, content, technology delivery systems and related products and services.

About IEEE Computer Society

IEEE Computer Society is the world’s leading membership organization for professionals in all aspects of modern computing – from cloud to big data, security to mobile, robotics to software defined systems, wearables to IoT. A true community for technology leaders, Computer Society provides resources to keep its members current in technology and moving forward in their professions – publications, a renowned digital library, a vast program of conferences, technical committees, and much more. The Computer Society also serves the profession at large through establishment of standards, professional qualifications and certifications, training and education programs, events on leading-edge technologies, conference publishing, and a wealth of other services and programs focused on advancing the science and art of computing. More information on IEEE Computer Society can be found at www.computer.org.

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