Take action against T-Mobile: CES 2022 touts other exhibitors as Intel, T-Mobile, others drop out over COVID-19

From CNET:

CES 2022 is still on for Las Vegas next month, even as additional tech companies announce plans to scale back to virtual plans and product reveals. The Consumer Technology Association, which runs CES, said Thursday that additional exhibitors have signed up for physical space on the show floor, despite recent in-person cancellations that so far include T-Mobile, Intel, Lenovo, TikTok and Meta among others.

“While we recently received 42 exhibitor cancellations (less than 7% of our exhibit floor),” the CTA said, “since last Friday we’ve added 60 new exhibitors for our in person event.” Though higher-profile companies are announcing withdrawals, the CTA emphasized that the confab’s show floor also plays host to small and medium-size companies. Past attendees looking for that exposure have included startups with specialized computer technology and firms that produce pizza-making robots.

But the spread of the omicron variant and the uptick in COVID-19 cases are still making many people uneasy. The CTA pointed out its vaccination and masking requirements and COVID testing availability for those attending the physical show, but an increasing number of companies plan to go digital only.

T-Mobile said Tuesday that CEO Mike Sievert is no longer scheduled to deliver a keynote presentation either in person or virtually and that the company is planning to “significantly limit” its physical presence at the show.

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