Pacific Telecommunications Council
Recognized as PTC, we are the global non-profit membership organization promoting the advancement of information and communication technologies (ICT) in the Pacific Rim, the most dynamic geography of the world, spanning over 40 nations.
As a membership organization, we mobilize global leaders in telecommunications and information technology industries so they can drive the development and deployment of ICT across the Pacific region and beyond.
As a non-profit, we are dedicated to educating professionals in and about the region. We spark, and guide, conversations and collaborations that set the stage for the deployment and growth of ICT throughout the region and beyond.
As a global organization, we engage the broadest community of professionals, organizations, technologists, researchers and influencers who together ensure progress in our industry while improving the quality of life in Pacific Rim communities.
PTC is at the nexus of two of the most important trends on the senior leadership agenda today: the rise of the networked digital society and the exponential economic growth in Asia and beyond.
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PTC’s annual conference is the Pacific Rim’s premier telecommunications and ICT event. The Conference provides all attendees with a three-day platform to focus on planning, networking, and discovering what the new year will bring.
PTC’18 will be the 40th Anniversary celebration for PTC’s annual conference, opening a new decade of connections. Mark your calendar for PTC’18. Join the 40th Anniversary celebration in Honolulu, Hawaii from 21–24 January 2018.
PTC’17 attracts leadership from around the world to set the year’s agenda. Discover who attends, schedule meetings and create new opportunities.
PTC has no bounds. Join leaders and experts to discuss our industry Changing Realities through keynotes, panel discussions and workshops.
Meet the keynote speakers, panelists and experts who contribute their expertise to discuss the Changing Realities of the ICT industry.
PTC expands far beyond its renowned annual global conference.
The organization is the most powerful way to reach and connect with leading companies, executives, prospects, partners, and thought leaders in ICT.
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PTC expands far beyond its renowned annual global conference. PTC is a rich community, active every day of the year. Helping members innovate and grow advances our industry. Helping nations develop infrastructure changes lives.
The PTC Young Scholar Program aims to recognize, encourage, and support up-and-coming scholars in the field of information and communication technologies (ICTs). Outstanding applicants present their research at the annual PTC conference in Honolulu, HI.
Each PTC Broadband Report concentrates on an individual micromarket and offers insights into the key features that will push broadband forward in that and other non-obvious emerging markets with different dynamics and resources throughout the Asia-Pacific region.
The PTC Academy aims to provide exceptional management training to rising industry leaders. The PTC Academy courses focus on target topics necessary for professional advancement seldom addressed by formal education or institutional training.
PTC is a rich community, active every day of the year.
We help our Members innovate and build competitive advantage in the ICT industry.
Our Members’ involvement help nations develop infrastructure that changes lives.
Moving beyond ping, power and pipe to profitably participate in the exploding digital economy
Connecting startups, carriers, equipment and service providers, integrators, and academic institutions
Exploring the future beyond OTT, IoT, SDN/NFV, optical satellites and the unchartered in technology
Understanding the latest in net neutrality, cyber security, privacy and beyond
Navigating regulatory frameworks and balancing the needs of consumers, businesses, carriers, and governments
Sustainability, women in leadership and closing the digital divide by reaching the last billion