Limor Schafman of KeystoneTech Group Presents at CES on New Internet Ipv6 Home and Mobile Entertainment

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Limor Schafman, President of KeystoneTech Group and Immediate Past President of the World Future Society’s Washington D.C. chapter will present at the Consumer Electronics Show on January 5. Joining panelists on the topic of Ipv6 – the New Internet Protocol – Ms. Schafman will be speaking on what the Next Generation Internet means for Home and Mobile Entertainment in device and software application development.

The technoentertainmentgeekbiz throngs converge on Las Vegas once again for CES 2006. With over 140,000 attendees anticipated, and approximately 2,500 exhibitors keeping the show floors abuzz, this years Consumer Electronics Show promises an exciting exploration of new gadgetry and technology trends. Limor Schafman, President of KeystoneTech Group, based in Arlington, Virginia, and Immediate Past President of the World Future Society’s US National Capital Region Chapter will bring her vision of the New Internet, also known as the Next Generation Internet, or IPv6 when she presents on January 5th.    She joins expert panelists who will discuss IPv6 and its future impact on Home and Mobile Entertainment.

“IPv6 will become the fundamental infrastructure which enables continuous, ubiquitous, always connected, personalized, computing. It is so important that this year there is a track covering this topic at CES. We are lagging behind Asia in development of this protocol, and this needs to be corrected now,” says Limor. “U.S. global economic health and our very rights, access and imprint on the Internet are at stake. We created the Internet and the current IPv4, but IPv6 is in the hands of other countries. This is dangerous for our on-going technological production and for our Homeland Security.” “Consumer demand has the power to drive adoption of this New Internet,” says Limor. “By showing the value added of deploying IPv6 and producing software and hardware to the CES audience, we hope to see IPv6 ready products by CES 2007 and 2008.” Limor adds, “IPv6 will enable us to compete with Asia and Europe for the top spot in entertainment technology innovation. Finally!”

The IPv6 track will present information on how to do build New Internet businesses, Home Networking, Home Entertainment, Home Office and Mobile and Security with IPv6. Thursday, January 5 from 10:00am-5:00pm at the Sands Hotel/Convention Center Room 105.

About KeystoneTech Group:

KeystoneTech Group ( is both a Marketplace Maker for high technology commercialization targeting a myriad of industries in the commercial and government sectors including retail, design, video games, immersive environments, consumer electronics, visual displays, mobile and security industries; and a Service Consultancy offering Market Research, Market, Operations & Finance Strategy, Alliance Development and Sales.

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