WiTec Alberta is an industry association focused on supporting the Wireless & Telecom industry in the Province of Alberta. The aim of the Association is to help link and leverage organizations, events, resources and projects that are helping to grow and strengthen the Wireless & Telecom sectors in the Province. In addition, WiTec Alberta strives to bring focus and support to areas where industry opportunities exist. More information at: http://www.witec.ca
The Telecom Council is dedicated to connecting the region’s critical mass of companies across the entire telecom ecosystem-big and small, fixed and wireless-with each other. With one goal in mind, to provide an arena to Connect, Communicate, and Collaborate, the Council supplies the network, tools, and events, which fuel the industry’s research, ideas, capital, and human expertise. Go to www.telecomcouncil.com
Cambridge Wireless is the UK’s leading wireless community, composed of more than 200 organisations from both the local Cambridge area and from further afield, who share an interest in the application of wireless technologies. We support our members by organising events such as our Special Interest Groups which are focussed on specific technology and/or market areas, and other networking events.www.cambridgewireless.co.uk
Sweden Mobile Association [SMA] is an international marketing platform with the goal to gather, enhance and strengthen the Swedish mobile industry. SMA serves a central contact point and facilitator to create international business and cooperation. SMA participates actively in international mobile related engagements and events. SMA has partners from the whole value network within the mobile industry, ranging from mobile content to chipsets.http://www.swedenmobileassociation.com
The Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association (CWTA) is the authority on wireless issues, developments and trends in Canada. It represents cellular, PCS, messaging, mobile radio, fixed wireless and mobile satellite service providers as well as companies that develop and produce products and services for the industry. In addition to representing the industry before government and various regulatory agencies, CWTA promotes and advances the interests of the industry and seeks to broaden awareness of wireless communications to business, consumers, the media and the public.www.cwta.ca
Vancouver, BC, Canada
DigiBC — The Digital Media + Wireless Association of BC – is a member-supported, non-profit organization, based in Vancouver, BCCanada.
Our members include world-class companies such as EA (Electronic Arts), Disney Interactive, Rainmaker Entertainment, Nokia Vancouver, Sierra Wireless and others. There are over 1,300 companies in our sector, creating innovative products in wireless and mobile, video gaming, animation and VFX, web 2.0 and social media, interactive marketing and e-learning. Collectively, our sector employs 22,000 people and generates revenues of $3 billion a year – making us one of the most significant contributors to British Columbia’s economic well-being. www.digibc.org
Interactive Scotlandis an exciting new service designed to provide expert help and support for companies across the digital media sector in Scotland. Developed by Scottish Enterprise, Interactive Scotland aims to drive growth in the sector and support ‘Digital Inspiration’, the industry strategy for Scotland’s Digital Media Industry. www.interactivescotland.com
Shenzhen is the world important mobile phone manufacturing center in China. We own thousands of mobile phone and accessories manufacturers, it produced almost 20% outputs of the global mobile phone. SMCA - Shenzhen mobile communication association is the non-profit organization, established spontaneously by the local mobile phone industrial chains. Our members can provide OEM and ODM service according to the customers requirements.
SMCA is the unique authoritative phone industrial associations in China now. Our tenet is to serve as a bridge among the Business to Business, Business to Customer. Meanwhile, we play an active part on safeguarding intellectual property rights, promoting independent innovation, accelerating commercial cooperation, monitoring product quality, and maintaining of integrity management.
San Jose, California
Founded in 1993, the WCA is a Silicon Valley-based, nonprofit corporation dedicated to the mutual benefit of Northern California companies and organizations involved in wireless communication technologies. WCA addresses over 2000 individuals and 350+ companies and organizations. The goals of the WCA are to promote education, networking, and exchange of non-proprietary information; increase awareness of Northern California's vast wireless capabilities; and assist a broad spectrum of companies, including start-ups.
The WCA organizes monthly meetings with presentations on a wide spectrum of topics including the technical and marketing aspects of wireless products and services, regulatory issues, wireless standards and investor-driven wireless market analysis.
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
The Ottawa Wireless Cluster is central to Ottawa's continuing emergence in the global wireless marketplace. The cluster connects leading organizations and innovative thinkers for wireless business development - locally and around the world. It does this by being:
- a forum for networking and idea exchange
- an industry advocate speaking to elected officials and regulators
- a promoter of the industry's progress, successes, goals and positions to national and international media
- a business development service provider to member companies
Through these activities we will accomplish our mission: To cultivate and accelerate Ottawa's wireless sector through leadership, technology, government relations, research, education, mentoring, investment, recruitment, networking and promotion. Go to www.ottawawirelesscluster.com
Seattle, Washington, USA
The WSA (formerly the Washington Software Alliance) was founded in 1984 and is the largest statewide technology trade association in the U.S. The WSA boasts 1000 members across the spectrum of the technology industry from software publishers, custom software developers, computer system integrators, wireless carriers, mobile content providers, video game producers and developers,technology integration consultants, technical staffing companies, service providers from the accounting, legal and creative industries, venture capitalists, educational institutions, individuals and students. The WSA serves its members with discounted business services, educational events, seminars and conferences, excellent networking opportunities and industry advocacy. Check out the benefits of WSA membership here
PMC is a non-profit consortium founded in December 2005 by innovative mobile communications companies (Audio Mobile Agency, Digitick, Exkee, Miyowa, Mobile Distillery Mobivillage, Smartcom, Zandan) and the goal is to take out the economic pressure caused by the proliferation of mobile phones. Today, PMC provide for the developers of mobile applications more than 1000 phones in its test lab in Marseille and soon, in Paris. PMC also gives information relating to the knowledge of the mobile terminals, formation and research in the field of the mobile applications, their uses and communication and promotion of the activity of its members.PMC is now set to be one of the most dynamic cluster of companies in the mobile industry and wish to drive all the forces in the mobility environment. More information at: www.pacamobilecenter.com
The GSMA represents the interests of the worldwide mobile communications industry. Spanning 219 countries, the GSMA unites nearly 800 of the world’s mobile operators, as well as more than 200 companies in the broader mobile ecosystem, including handset makers, software companies, equipment providers, Internet companies, and media and entertainment organisations. The GSMA is focused on innovating, incubating and creating new opportunities for its membership, all with the end goal of driving the growth of the mobile communications industry.www.gsmworld.com
The NGMN Alliance is an open group of the world-leading operators, technology vendors and research institutes. The primary objective is to create a virtuous cycle of innovation, investment, and adoption of true mobile broadband services with attractive cost-performance ratios. About 60 partners have signed up to this objective and developed requirements to shape the evolution of the mobile ecosystem. Focus in 2010 will be on operational efficiency, co-ordination of trials and tests, device availability, roaming, and assessment of IMT-Advanced technologies. Achievements and future roadmap will be presented at MWC and NGMN's Industry Conference in Shanghai, June 2010.
The International Institute for Sustainable Development contributes to sustainable development by advancing policy recommendations on international trade and investment, economic policy, climate change and energy, measurement and assessment, and sustainable natural resources management. www.iisd.org
The Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC) is an international community of members from more than 60 nations, with the common vision of promoting the development and use of telecommunications and ICT to enhance the lives of people living in the Pacific hemisphere.
For more information, please visit the official website at www.ptc.org .
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