COMDEX


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COMDEXComputer Dealers Exhibition
COMDEXComputer Dealers Exposition
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Model 2: We notice that Model 2: MCX COMDEX and S&P NIFTY is showing cointegrating relationship during the period.
UBM had spent four years deciding what to do with the Comdex brand, but speaking to the UK's FT, UBM CEO David Levin said it now felt it knew enough virtual events to make a success of an online version.
Comdex came to prominence during the 'dot com' and IT boom in the late 1990s, attracting such industry luminaries as Microsoft founder Bill Gates and boasting attendances of 200,000 people.
Comdex is focused on business-to- business IT, and the 24-strong North-East delegation comprised representatives from 11 companies and four organisations.
"SmartScreen is going to be in every e-mail thing we do," Gates said at Comdex. "It's recently up in MSN and Hotmail.
Michael: COMDEX is interesting in that from the beginning--unlike many of the other events that we run that are content based--it grew up from a rapidly growing market.
Call it what you will, it was one of the most stimulating arguments on content control presented by a mega content provider to the very people who have "advertently" or inadvertently made rampant content piracy possible--the Information Technology professionals that attend COMDEX.
BILL Gates gave a rare insight into his home life during his opening speech for high-tech show Comdex in Las Vegas yesterday.
The LifeBook was named "Best Notebook" and overall "Best of Show" at the COMDEX trade show in the fall of 2001.
According to Cahners Instat group, Comdex arrived this year with many more Bluetooth-enabled products making a showing than last year's Comdex or the last CES.