GSA (Global mobile Suppliers Association) represents leading GSM, 3G/HSPA and 4G/LTE suppliers worldwide. Our reports and information papers deliver key facts and stats, explain market developments, trends and opportunities, and are widely referenced across the industry. We show how international technology standards and alignment of spectrum band choices for mobile network deployments deliver the largest economies of scale and the widest choice of terminals at lowest cost for users. Other activities include seminars, briefings, case studies, providing support to campaigns, webinars, and speaking at selected industry events. GSA monitors and regularly provides updates on LTE network deployments and launches worldwide, regulatory developments including spectrum, and the status of the devices ecosystem. These reports in particular are highly anticipated and closely followed by our global audience including over 68,000 registered website users. GSA is a Market Representation Partner in 3GPP and co-operates with other key organizations including ETSI, GSM Association, and the ITU.
The LoRa Alliance® is an open, non-profit association that has become one of the largest and fastest-growing alliances in the technology sector since its inception in 2015. Its members collaborate and share expertise to develop and promote the LoRaWAN® protocol, which is the de facto global standard for secure, carrier-grade IoT LPWAN connectivity. LoRaWAN has the technical flexibility to address a broad range of IoT applications, both static and mobile, and a robust LoRaWAN Certification program to guarantee that devices perform as specified. The LoRaWAN protocol has been deployed by more than 150 mobile network operators globally, and connectivity is available in more than 163 countries, with continual expansion.
IT & Digital Directors Club
Our mission is to improve the competitiveness of the Russian economy through the "competent" use of IT.
Our asset is the IT leaders of the largest enterprises and organizations in various sectors of the economy.
Our region - All Russia
Directions of the Club's work:
- Improving the professional level of the Club members
- Formation of the "correct" image of the IT manager
- Professional and friendly communication
- Creation of a wide network of personal contacts
The NGMN Alliance (Next Generation Mobile Networks Alliance) is a forum founded by world-leading Mobile Network Operators and open to all partners in the mobile industry. Its goal is to ensure that next generation network infrastructure, service platforms and devices will meet the requirements of operators and, ultimately, will satisfy end user demand and expectations.
The vision of the NGMN Alliance is to provide impactful industry guidance to achieve innovative and affordable mobile telecommunication services for the end user with a particular focus on supporting 5G’s full implementation, Mastering the Route to Disaggregation, Sustainability and Green Networks, and 6G.
NGMN seeks to incorporate the views of all interested stakeholders in the telecommunications industry and is open to three categories of participants (NGMN Partners): Mobile Network Operators (Members), vendors, software companies and other industry players (Contributors), as well as research institutes (Advisors).
Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) is the global organization that connects people with the latest Wi-Fi initiatives. Founded in 2003, the vision of the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) is to drive seamless, interoperable service experiences via Wi-Fi within the global wireless ecosystem. WBA’s mission is to enable collaboration between service providers, technology companies, cities, regulators and organizations to achieve that vision. WBA’s membership is comprised of major operators, identity providers and leading technology companies across the Wi-Fi ecosystem with the shared vision.
WBA undertakes programs and activities to address business and technical issues, as well as opportunities, for member companies. WBA work areas include standards development, industry guidelines, trials, certification and advocacy. Its key programs include NextGen Wi-Fi, OpenRoaming, 5G, IoT, Testing & Interoperability and Policy & Regulatory Affairs, with member-led Work Groups dedicated to resolving standards and technical issues to promote end-to-end services and accelerate business opportunities.
The Internet of Things Association (IOTAS) is a flagship Russian multi-stakeholder-based IoT-driven non-profit organization.
IOTAS operates as a platform for a region-wide expert dialogue on adoption of IoT/IIoT technology in Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), bringing together experts from various industries keen to adopt the digital agenda, such as telecom, manufacturing, agriculture, transportation, energy, and utilities.
IOTAS vigorously works in the area of awareness raising and education by providing expertise to the university community. The Association is also involved in a number of large-scale nationwide projects, such as Russia’s digital economy, smart cities and digital farming.
Since 2018 IOTAS joined the Industrial Internet Consortium® (IIC™), the world’s leading organization transforming business and society by accelerating the adoption of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).
International Telecommunications Academy (MAC) is an international organization. It is a voluntary public association of academics, outstanding managers and highly skilled professionals. Co-operation is based on common professional interests, theoretical and practical issues in infocommunication development (Infocommunication = information + telecommunications (communication).
Wireless Ukraine Association
The Association of Market Participants for Wireless Data Networks is an open voluntary self-governing association of legal entities and individuals associated with the market for wireless data transmission services.
The primary tasks of the Association are: monitoring and coverage of disputes and conflict situations related to the market of wireless data transmission technologies; development and promotion of civilized norms, rules and forms of work in the market; promoting the synchronization of the regulatory framework and the current state of wireless technologies; popularization and assistance in the introduction of new wireless data transmission technologies.
The Association invites participants and strives to create a new environment for conducting modern high-tech business.