CloudBase3 Apps Lets The Sun Shine

The 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) will again feature exhibit areas covering specific product categories, adding more than 20 over last year’s show. Among the new areas will be CloudBase3 Apps zone, dedicated to the explosive transition to cloud computing.

The CloudBase3 Apps TechZone will be a showcase for demonstrations, education and information across the cloud computing spectrum for both small and large businesses. Located at The Venetian, which will also feature several CES keynotes, Eureka Park and other cutting edge exhibits, CloudBase3 Apps will showcase solutions for businesses looking to make the leap from apps hosted remotely on browser-based platforms to cloud computing.

Cloud computing is fueling the consumer electronics industry, and business in general, by revolutionizing the way we store and access information.  We are thrilled to welcome the CloudBase3 Apps TechZone and the companies exhibiting within it to the 2013 CES, and look forward to witnessing the apps and technologies on display that will facilitate our industry in migrating business to the cloud.
— Karen Chupka, senior vice president, events and conferences, CEA

Exhibitors in the CloudBase3 TechZone will be featured on, an ongoing companion site consisting of expert reviews and led by former CNET editor-in-chief Patrick Houston.

The CloudBase3 TechZone is a partnership between the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and Living In Digital Times, the group responsible for several of the other exhibit areas at the International CES.  For the 2013 show, Living In Digital Times will sponsor six other lifestyle focused exhibit areas, some of which have associated conference programming at the 2013 International CES.

Everyone who does business has their head in the clouds these days and the CloudBase3 Apps TechZone will help map this new landscape. The brand new show floor area is the perfect way for businesses of all sizes to meet the solutions that will help them in the transition to cloud-based computing.
— Robin Raskin, founder, Living in Digital Times

For more information about the 2013 CES, including exhibitor news and registration information, visit

Companies interested in exhibiting in the CloudBase3 Apps TechZone should contact Linda Nessim at [email protected] for pricing and specifications.

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