15 Global Carriers Discuss Their 2012 Innovation Roadmaps at TC3
Telecom Council Carrier Connections, TC3, held on September 15th, will put 15 carriers on the stage to discuss their innovation efforts for 2012 – from roadmaps to planning and executing their innovation efforts.
Mountain View, CA, August 22nd, Telecom Council Carrier Connections, TC3, held on September 15th, will put 15 carriers on the stage to discuss their innovation efforts for 2012 – from roadmaps to planning and executing their innovation efforts. Carriers due to participate represent over 2 billion subscribers and include AT&T, Comcast, France Telecom/Orange, Jersey Telecom, KDDI, Light Squared, NTT Docomo, Sprint, Swisscom, TeliaSonera, Verizon and more. Some speakers, including Blue Coat Systems, will be launching new products on the TC3 stage, while sponsors and startups demo new innovations in the Demo Pavilion, sponsored by Qualcomm.
This annual executive level summit, produced by Telecom Council of Silicon Valley - a unique organization which connects the companies and entrepreneurs building innovations - will draw over 200 telecom executives. Participants will hear from the carrier executives themselves to learn what is on their innovation roadmaps for 2012, hear case studies from startups who have worked with the carriers to learn how to best work with them, and connect to the over 75% executive-level audience including companies like Cisco, Intel, Ericsson, Qualcomm, Huawei and many, many more.
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