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We focus on establishing world-leading wireless communications technology by fostering non-proprietary technical interchange, promoting member education, and executing demonstration projects that are captivating, practical, and have tangible economic benefit.

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November 2019
Nov 13
Samsung, 665 Clyde Avenue
Mountain View, CA 94043
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TC3 ComTech Forum on 5G

5G is the hottest topic in telecom, as it’s expected to really take-off in 2020. According to the GMSA in March this year, 224 operators in 88 countries are actively investing in 5G. Devices are just starting to proliferate in 2019. A huge transaction just hit the news, where Apple is buying the 5G device […]

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Nov 21
Silicon Valley Bank, 3005 Tasman Drive
Santa Clara, CA 95054 United States
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$20

What’s Hot & What’s Not

Join us at the WCA’s 20th Annual What’s Hot (and What’s Not) in Mobility VC and M&A panel for a discussion with some of Silicon Valley's best mobile-savvy Venture Capitalists and M&A about the future of mobility. They will also share insights into which mobile growth areas capture their smart investments - and which do not.

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December 2019
Dec 12
Nokia, 200 S. Mathilda Ave.
Sunnyvale, CA 94086 United States
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$200

TC3 IoT Forum on Smart Home

IoT Forum members meet monthly in Silicon Valley to discover new companies and technologies, meet partner prospects in person, review market opportunities across the wide spectrum of connected things, and deep dive into a specific segment with the help of buyers and experts. This December, we are focused on innovation in Smart Home. Smart Homes […]

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January 2020
Jan 28
Aruba Networks, 3333 Scott Blvd
Santa Clara, CA 95054 United States
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$30

Spectrum Overview: 2020 and beyond…

The Wireless Communications Alliance (WCA) will present an overview of the radio and regulatory side of unlicensed wireless technologies.  We will focus on the spectral allocations that provide the additional pipe necessary for enormous bandwidth. We will hear from specialists about how these technologies fit into the modern world, what gaps exist in the ecosystem, and what spectrum is leverable?

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