International companies withdraw from CES 2022 due to the Corona mutator

International companies withdraw from CES 2022 due to the Corona mutator
International companies withdraw from CES 2022 due to the Corona mutator
BMW, IBM, Panasonic and Mercedes have joined the growing list of technology companies that have decided not to attend CES 2022 in person in Las Vegas, as cases of the Omicron Covid-19 variant continue to rise.

And while the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), CES’s governing body, plans to go ahead with the show, several tech companies such as OnePlus, AMD, MSI, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Lenovo, T-Mobile, AT&T, Meta, Twitter and Amazon, TikTok, Pinterest, and Alphabet-owned Waymo, along with several media outlets, will not attend CES.

“Out of great caution, BMW will move all media activities planned at CES to a full online program from Germany on January 5,” BMW said in a statement to The Verge. In addition, German automaker Mercedes-Benz will skip the event. personal too.

In a statement, Panasonic CEO Megan Myungwon Lee said: “The health and safety of our employees, partners and customers remains our top priority, and with this commitment in mind, we have updated Hybrid CES activation plans that maintain a modified physical footprint, with a limited number of employees. On-site, by following CTA’s health safety protocols as well as our own proactive measures to ensure the health and well-being of attendees.”

The CTA told TechCrunch that more than 2,200 companies have been confirmed to personally participate in ‘CES 2022’ in Las Vegas, while Mike Seifert, CEO of T-Mobile, one of the featured speakers at CES 2022, announced that his company will not attend the largest electronics show in world next month.

The world’s most influential technology event is set to showcase some of the first innovations around Blockchain-based Non-Foldable Tokens (NFTs), telehealth solutions, self-driving cars, games, food, and space technology.

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