CES 2013: Update

Telecom Lead @ CES 2013: At the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, January 8 – 11, 2013, Fairchild will showcase analog and power mobile solutions that continue to enhance the user experience of mobile devices.

Fairchild is able to provide the interaction, usage times and convenience features that deliver an exceptional user experience.

The company ships over three billion units per year.

Another company that will be showcasing at CES 2013 will be Canopy, a technology firm. It is launching the Sensus touch-sensitive iPhone case at 2013 CES. The company developed Sensus to revolutionize the smartphone interface by adding touch sensitivity to the back and right side of the case. Sensus expands the way consumers use their smartphones.

Meanwhile, audio solutions provider DTS will showcase its audio technologies for all markets.

DTS will be showcasing its Play-Fi wireless audio platform and partner products featuring the technology at the Pepcom Digital Experience event.

“CES marks the first time that we at DTS—on the heels of our acquisition of SRS Labs and Phorus—will get to come out and show the consumer electronics industry the fruits of our convergence,” said Jon Kirchner, chairman and CEO, DTS.

Meanwhile, Technicolor, a technology leader in the media and entertainment sector, will showcase new solutions.

Technicolor is using biometric technology to measure how people are reacting to on-screen content by measuring emotion in real time. It is an industry-first and recently tested live in Europe and the US. Technicolor will illustrate how this exploratory project could change the way movies, commercials and TV shows are developed, produced and distributed to the public.

Technicolor’s Magic Ruby synchronizes second-screen content with live broadcast content, opening access to an additional world of information on the tablet. The application can interact with social networks, enabling users to post comments, share content and stay connected as they watch their programs. Finally, the application includes an e-commerce function, enabling fans to purchase items related to their favorite program right from their tablet.

Q-See will be at CES 2013. Q-See offers digital video recorders with professional-grade features, security cameras with superior resolution and exceptional night vision capabilities, wireless CCTV solutions, a wide range of accessories, and more.

ZAGG, a mobile device accessories company, will showcase more than 100 creative product solutions and enter new industry categories at CES 2013.

“At ZAGG Inc, our mission is to enhance the mobile lifestyles of our consumers through creative product solutions,” said Randall Hales, CEO and president for the company. “CES is an important venue for us, and we plan to pique attendee interest with exclusive booth events, demonstrations that showcase the quality of our products and the introduction of new products specifically for gamers.”

Meanwhile, Quickfilter Technologies will display its closely coupled hardware and software products enable rapid design completion at significantly lower cost and higher performance.

While its emphasis is in the consumer audio market, Quickfilter Technologies products are also suited for applications in consumer audio, industrial monitoring and control, medical equipment, homeland security, and engine control applications.

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