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IHS Maps The Future of China’s CE at IFA 2015

21 July 2015

IHS is hosting a half-day event at the IFA Business Conference in Berlin, Germany to brief customers on latest Consumer electronics trends in China. The event sessions will take place on September 7, 2015 between 12:30 pm and 6:30 pm.

The event will focus on the latest and emerging trends in China’s TV market including ultra-high-definition (UHD) TV, high dynamic range (HDR) technology, streaming devices and applications, as well as China’s growing presence in the global TV arena. The agenda will include registration, a welcome from IFA and IHS and a keynote address followed by a four panel discussion. Guest speakers will include representatives from Sky Deutschland, Orange labs and Hubii.

Panel session schedule:

1:30 Session One: Market update: Global CE market roundup: What’s new, what’s hot and what’s next?

3:30 Session Two: Panel discussion: From fixed function to app platform: What next for connected CE?

4.30 Session Three. Panel discussion: UHD: Why are we waiting?

5.30 Closing panel discussion

Attendees are welcome to attend an Oktoberfest pavilion reception and complimentary dinner after the last panel discussion. To register, click here or contact Laura Castellano from IHS at or +1 408 334 5827.

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