After pulling out of the largest technology trade show in the world, HP is considering to attend Cebit in Hannover after all next year, claims the German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung (in German).
The company would like to use the event to show off its vision of The Digital Home, the general manager for HP Germany Uli Holdenried told the newspaper.
Deutsche Messe, the company organising Cebit, must be thrilled about HP's Cebit U-turn. Large vendors pulling out of a tradeshow often are a bad signal, saying that the company doesn't get anything out of attending the event.
Silicon Valley Sleuth will be blogging from Cebit on a dedicated blog here.
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