Intel has decided not to exhibit at CES 2022 and has reportedly cancelled its booth.
Intel will be doing this in order to completely digitize its future work. The company’s booth at the conference will be canceled and a significant drop will be witnessed in the number of its representatives at the Consumer Electronics Show.
“In the spirit of Intel’s safety policy, our plans for this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will move to an online-first, live experience, with just a small number of people present on site.”
On the 4th of January, the higher officials of the company will host a news conference at the Mandalay Bay hotel in Las Vegas, right before the show begins. The company will showcase their CES material and experiences through the Intel Newsroom, alive streamm option for which will be available. A separate MobilEye deep dive was previously available too.
This was done in compliance with the guidelines set forward by CTA, the organizers of CES keeping in view the involvement of the company in COVID-19’s Omicron variant. The representative staff at the conference will be limited to only those required to support thelive streamm of the News conference.