After Microsoft declaration last December that it was pulling out of the consumer electronics show, the persons (that desire to know something) who would be tapped to take over the software giant’s traditional role of transferring the keynote address of show.
The CEA (Consumer Electronic Association) the organization that operates CES, declared today that Kazuhiro Tsuga, the new appointed president of Panasonic, will convey the 2013 keynote speech.
Panasonic is the one of the biggest and most attractive consumer-electronics companies throughout world. I am very happy with the official appointment of Mr. Tsuga as a president of Panasonic Corporation this morning, “CEA Chief Executive Gary Shapiro stated in his statement. He also added that we are much excited to have Mr. Tsuga take the stage for the opening keynote at 2013 international CES and we are looking forward to hear his broad vision fro the future Panasonic and its leader abilities in green innovation.
Tsuga who is appointed as a president of Panasonic has been approved by shareholder this morning, will be taking over…. At least initially, a role that has been filled by CEO of Microsoft Company for most the last 15years, first wall was Bill Gates and then Steve Ballmer.
Microsoft which has prominent attraction at the show declared in December that CES 2012 may be its last as opening keynote presenter and a floor exhibitor. The company considered that timing of January show does not align with its new milestones.
Further, new name and new company at podium, change shows the tricking shift from cutting edge technologies such as original surface disclosed in 2007 to consumer oriented product just like LCD TVs and new game’s devices.
It also show of the decentralization of tech press informing, with companies enhancing by using their own events in order to make major product announcement to avoid getting noisy by the 10,000 companies at CES.