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“By mixing members and non-members together, Forum meetings benefit from a variety of technology and ideas.”

—Erik Ekudden / Ericsson

Every year, Telecom Council introduces over 2000 people from 800 companies across over 30 meetings topics—from IoT, Analytics, AI and devices and services to wireless and network infrastructure. Whether you are an early-stage startup, an established vendor, or a global telco there are several ways to be part of this innovation community.

JOIN INVITATION LIST

The easiest way to get connected to the communication industry's innovative community—sign up to receive our bi-monthly newsletter, invitations to Forum meetings or regular calls for speakers.

BECOME A MEMBER

Forum membership offers an open flow of innovation, education, and discovery between visionary communications companies. Benefits include private meetings, a member library, introductions and more.

SPEAK AT A MEETING

With 30 meetings each year, the Council has plenty of opportunities for companies to talk about their innovations - free of charge.

SPONSOR A TOPIC

Companies seeking to influence or access the industry's innovators, may be interested in sponsoring a topic as part of a marketing program.

DEMO A PRODUCT

Forum members truly appreciate technology demos. Demo companies generally get time on an agenda and the ability to purchase a spotlight table to use during networking breaks.

ATTEND A MEETING

Communication industry innovation executives gather several times each month at member facilities across Silicon Valley to meet new companies, discover new technologies, exchange ideas, build relationships, and push the industry forward.

HOST A MEETING

Companies with a meeting facility for over 50 executives in Silicon Valley may host a Council meeting and benefit from being at the center of communication innovation and bringing the industry to their door.

VOLUNTEER

Non-member entrepreneurs who want to participate in a meeting without fee may consider volunteering their time for set up, check in or tear down at a meeting.

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