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CEA Launches Telecom Pavilion For 2011 CES

Arlington, Va. – The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) announced the
official launch of the Telecom Pavilion at the 2011 International CES.

Telecom Pavilion will reportedly feature a dedicated exhibition area in the Las Vegas Convention
Center for manufacturers of advanced
broadband equipment and related products and services.

The 2011
International CES is scheduled to run Jan. 6-9, 2011, in Las Vegas.

are thrilled to create this new exhibit area focused on broadband equipment and
services, a phenomenal growth area in the technology industry,” said Gary
Shapiro, president and CEO, CEA. “The CES Telecom Pavilion will fill the void
left by the close of Supercomm and unite the world’s top telecom service
providers with manufacturers showcasing next-generation broadband

Telecom Pavilion at CES is designed to bring traditional and emerging
communications companies together to leverage the rapid convergence of advanced
core network and broadband equipment, services, content and applications. The
newly floored CES exhibit space will feature the latest in 3G/4G, broadband,
content, copper and fiber-based networks, fixed-mobile convergence, IPTV, IMS,
triple play, quad play, security and VoIP, among other technologies, CEA said.

CEA added
that the Telecom Pavilion space for the 2011 International CES has been
officially floored and the wait/priority list is now open. Companies interested
in exhibiting at the 2011 Telecom Pavilion at CES should contact Tira Gordon,
senior account manager for CES, at

[email protected]