CES in Las Vegas is a little more than 5 months away, and now they have announced their opening keynote speaker. Ivan Seidenberg, the CEO for Verizon Wireless, has been tabbed as the man making the opening address for the "world's largest consumer technology tradeshow."
His address, slated for 8:30 am on Thursday January 6th in the Hilton Center, is kicking up a lot of talk around the web on what he will announce during his keynote speech. With all of the talk of the iPhone coming to Verizon and the latest tablet team up with Motorola, there are plenty of possibilities out there.
"Ivan is a terrific leader who has positioned Verizon as a top global provider of communications, information and entertainment across a wide variety of platforms," said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CEA. "Verizon embraces innovation and its vast broadband networks touch all facets of the technology ecosystem. We are pleased to welcome Ivan to the CES stage for his debut keynote and look forward to hearing the vision for Verizon's next generation of products and services."
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