More Than 200 First-time Exhibitors Join NAB Show


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Washington - Feb 20, 2014 - More than 200 companies will exhibit for the first time at the 2014 NAB Show. The NAB Show will be held April 5-10 (exhibits open April 7-10) in Las Vegas.

The 2014 NAB Show's 204 first-time exhibitors will join a wide variety of NAB Show exhibiting veterans on the 850,000+ square feet of space that make up the NAB Show exhibit floor. The debuting NAB Show exhibitors include AMD-Advanced Micro Devices, Clearleap, Fujitsu Semiconductor America, Giga Entertainment Media, Siemens Convergence Creators, This Technology and Ustream. There are also several new exhibitors within Intel's new Partner Pavilion. Access a list of the NAB Show first-time exhibitors. The 2014 NAB Show exposition will comprise 1,550+ companies.

The expanded Sprockit Program will feature a pavilion showcasing a unique collection of up to 30 market-ready startup companies positioned to transform the media and entertainment industry.




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