Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC) is an international community of members from more than 50 countries with a shared vision to promote the development and use of telecommunications and information and communication technologies to enhance the lives of people in the Pacific Hemisphere.
PTC is the leading membership organization for telecommunications professionals with interests in the Asia-Pacific region. Through its annual conference, committees, events and initiatives including Projects and the PTC Academy, PTC brings together senior leaders in communications and provides them with opportunities to build partnerships with one another and to share insights on industry trends, business strategies, policy and regulations, best practices, and new communication technologies and services. PTC facilitates the open exchange of ideas and commerce and supports on-going research, education, and training that fosters positive social and economic development.
First organized in 1978, PTC was incorporated as a non-profit, non-governmental organization in 1980 in the State of Hawaii, USA. The first annual conference was organized in 1979 and subsequently every year the conference has been held in Honolulu.
PTC'14: New World, New Strategies will take place from 19-22 January 2014 in Honolulu, Hawaii.