TC3 is a unique unconference replacing exhibit halls, speeches, and impersonal cocktails with spin-free demos, deployment case studies, corporate matchmaking and personalized networking. Global telcos, telecom vendors, startups & investors from across the communications industry and around the world meet at TC3 to share innovation strategy, discover disruptive technology, and pursue new partnerships that move the telecom industry into the future.
Get a taste of TC3 by joining us for the Networking Lunch at the close of our 2nd day. In this annual celebration of innovation, we are honored to introduce members of the Innovation Showcase Class of 2019 and hear short pitches from many of them. After lunch, our Service Provider members announce the winners of the 12th Annual SPIFFY Awards.
Telecom Exchange (TEX) is a C-level networking community, that provides unparalleled collaboration, education, and one-on-one engagement with the industry’s top decision makers. We embrace the network infrastructure ecosystem to ensure voices from up and down the tech, telecom and media stack are heard and considered and to provide opportunities for attendees and members to network, collaborate and close business. Please Use Code: TEX25 for a 25% Discount.
IoT Forum members gather monthly in Silicon Valley to discover innovation, exchange knowledge, build their professional networks, and above all explore partnerships across the entire IoT ecosystem. This month, IoT Forum meets to explore opportunities and innovation in Industrial IoT.
The 2019 Wireless Hall of Fame awards dinner, honoring the best innovators and leaders in the wireless industry, will be held on October 23 at the Omni Los Angeles Hotel. Whether you are part of the technical, tower, communication or carrier part of the wireless industry, you and your executive team will want to attend this prestigious event. The 2019 honorees are: Larry Garvey (posthumously), the Android Founders, and Ted Rappaport. We will also announce the first annual Spark Award.
The Service Provider Innovation Forum (SPIF), a group of tech scouts from global network operators who believe that entrepreneurs and startups are an important element of their global innovation strategy, meets in Silicon Valley every month to discover new companies and new technologies.
At this month's meeting ComTech Forum members evaluate 3 innovative companies with new products from across a wide spectrum of communications industry technologies, followed by a case study where we introduce an telecom solution company and their customer to talk about the deployment, the service, and how/why they work together.
Members of all of Telecom Council's Forums get together after major tradeshows to debrief the news and announcements affecting their industry. This month we debrief Mobile World Congress Americas 2019. Along with a Debrief Report from our analyst, our members share what they learned, what they saw, and their opinions of the products and companies that made an impression on them at the show.
5G is the hottest topic in telecom, as it’s expected to really take-off in 2020. Billions of dollars are about to be spent on next generation networks. So the Telecom Council is building a meeting that brings together the stakeholders, dealmakers, & tech shakers which are flipping the “on” switch for 5G. Our agenda will clarify what 5G is, cover the varied implementations, review the technologies, & discuss the business cases. Come join us & connect with the companies on the front lines of 5G.
The IoT Forum is focused on discovering innovation, exchanging knowledge, growing professional networks, and above all building partnerships across the entire IoT ecosystem. Buyers, sellers, and technology companies from around the world convene in Silicon Valley each month to meet startups, see demos, review new products, listen to case studies, and build relationships - in highly efficient 1/2 day meetings. This month, our Forum meets with experts and buyers.
The consumer space is heating up, with Smart Home tech being adopted via entry points like security, voice assistants, energy saving devices, & smart speakers. Lower costs & simpler devices are reducing barriers, as a result the US market is expected to grow steadily from about $5 billion in 2018 to $53.45 billion by 2022 (The US leads the RoW in ecosystem maturity.) Our meeting will examine how the industry will develop these beachheads to grow into the home, & to do so in user-friendly ways.
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