The Canadian Network Operators Consortium Inc.(CNOC) is an organization that prides itself on representing the interests of ISPs across Canada. We promise to bring you a compelling event that will address the issues that matter most to you, in a community environment that encourages open communication, stimulates interaction and unites us all in the common goal of thriving in the midst of constant change.
Designed for ISPs large and small across the country, the 2016 Canadian ISP Summit will allow attendees to address the challenges and opportunities of the current business environment.
There will be keynote speeches, general session presentations, lightning talks and general session panels. Representatives from various ILECs, carriers, industry and hardware vendors will also be on hand to help you answer questions regarding sales opportunities. The conference will also provide a unique opportunity for service providers to network with each other and talk to industry leader technology vendors.
So if you're looking for solutions to the challenges facing the modern service provider and insight on the mega trends that you must embrace, then make sure to join us at the Hilton Toronto on November 7-9, 2016.
145 Richmond St. W
Ontario M5H 2L2
Canadian Network Operators Consortium Inc.
The Canadian Networks Operators Consortium Inc. (CNOC) is composed of over 35 competitive telecommunications services providers currently operating in many regions of Canada. The objectives of CNOC are:
1. To represent the interests of those bodies corporate in Canada that own or operate wireline and/or wireless networks, in whole or in part, and are involved in the competitive provision of communications services to the public over those networks;
2. To promote innovation and productivity in Canada, as well as Canada’s international competitiveness through the removal of barriers to increased competition in the provision of communications services;
3. To influence the development of laws and regulations, regulatory and judicial determinations, as well as public policy affecting communications in Canada;
4. To be the recognized and visible authority on the Canadian provision of competitive communications services;
5. To ensure that high levels of knowledge, training and ethics are adopted by Canadian competitivecommunications service providers;
6. To increase the level of competitive communications services business in the Canadian economy.