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NETGEAR Executives Discuss Future of Connectivity and Storage at Key January Conferences

SAN JOSE, Calif., Dec. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- NETGEAR executives will be speaking at two key events in Las Vegas in January 2013 offering their expert perspectives on the future of connectivity and storage in home and business environments. In addition to its CES 2013 presence at the Las Vegas Marriott where media can get hands-on experience of NETGEAR's new products, executives will be speaking at the Developer University at CES and Storage Visions 2013.

Developer University at CES Presentation: Develop Embedded & Cloud Apps for Routers, Gateways and Storage Devices

What:

NETGEAR will be discussing the Smart Network platform which enhances connected devices allowing consumers to do more in their everyday lives. The platform gives developers the power to produce applications for consumer and small-business network devices such as gateways, routers, and network attached storage.

Where:

CES 2013, Las Vegas Convention Center, Room S228

Who:

Cedar Milazzo, senior director of engineering at NETGEAR

When:

3:30p.m. PST, January 10, 2013

Storage Visions 2013 Panel Discussion: It's Up to You: Making, Saving, Sharing and Protecting Family and Business Content

What:

NETGEAR explores the home and business storage space looking at new ways individuals and teams should organize, backup, share and manage their rich personal and commercial content.

Where:

Storage Visions 2013, Riviera Conference Center, Room E2

Who:

Matt Pahnke, senior marketing manager for storage at NETGEAR

When:

4:30p.m. PST, January 7, 2013

NETGEAR will be demonstrating its full range of products at the Las Vegas Marriott from January 8 – 10, 2013.

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SOURCE NETGEAR, Inc.

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