Just as the industry is recovering from a holiday-induced hangover, we’re thrust into the country’s largest consumer electronics show.
Many companies thrive on CES’s pace.
It’s a five-day deluge of tech news, and, for many, it’s the largest platform they’ll get all year.
In recent years, its focus has shifted.
CES, meanwhile, has changed accordingly, offering smaller companies a platform through showcases like Eureka Park, while making automotive and transportation a more essential plank of the show.
The major U.S. carriers have already committed to rolling out 5G in 2019, so the show marks a perfect opportunity for hardware companies to get in on the action, as well.