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CES 2019 to offer glimpse of future for 5G, AI

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Udit Agarwal
Startup/Tech News Correspondent, Responsible for gathering information on the tech companies working on IOT, AI, ML, Cloud, Mobile Technologies, Udit can be reached at [email protected]

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  • Haier Group, Alibaba Group Holdings, and Huawei Technologies will also be going to exhibit in the central part of the hall.
  • But this year CES will now also going to continue at the time of escalating the tensions between the host country US and China over the latest fine new technology.

The fifth generation of the wireless networks and the artificial intelligence will now be going to work for the attention at the world largest technology fair opening in the Las Vegas on last Friday, with the companies across the wide range of capabilities that even showcase that how they will harness and use this technology.

More than 4500 companies are now set to take part in the 2019 CES, which even continues to expand beyond the consumer electronics as the tech pervades once the mechanical industries like the automotive, and manufacturing work.

China is now working on the development and applying both the AI and 5th generation.

A few years ago, Japanese home electronics company also made some of the substantial presence in the Central Hall, which is also having an area with the packed with the big name companies. But as they have also lost the prominence, with some of the Chinese companies that have also emerged to fill the gap. Haier Group, Alibaba Group Holdings, and Huawei Technologies will also be going to exhibit in the central part of the hall.

But this year CES will now also going to continue at the time of escalating the tensions between the host country US and China over the latest fine new technology. Huawei chief financial officer was also arrested in Canada last month at the Washington DC, and several countries have also blocked their communications giant equipment from its markets on the concerns of the data security.

With the 5G network scheduled into the commercial service by the end of this year in a number of markets which brings the greater and faster data transmission, some of the US technology industry which includes the Verizon Communications CEO Hans Vestberg, that will also tout company’s role in this trend of their speeches.

Amazon, Microsoft, and Google, however, will also stage the large exhibits to showcase their competing Artificial Intelligence capabilities.

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