Events organized by prpl
prpl's events for 2019 are in the planning stages, details to follow soon
Events prpl or its members attend
CES is the world’s gathering place for all those who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for 50 years — the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace.
Owned and produced by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), it attracts the world’s business leaders and pioneering thinkers.
CES is the only place to experience the entire connected ecosystem that brings together the technologies, solutions, players and audiences in the smart city sector from around the world.
Get in touch with us if you want to meet prpl at CES 2019.
Canadian ISP Summit
Designed for Internet Service Providers (large and small) across the country, the Canadian ISP Summit is a multi-day conference that allows attendees to address the challenges and opportunities of the current business environment.
Brought to you by The Canadian Network Operators Consortium Inc. (CNOC), the Summit is a compelling event that addresses the issues that matter most to our community, encourages open communication, stimulates interaction and unites us all in the common goal of thriving in the midst of constant change.
The Summit will feature keynote speeches, general session presentations, general session panels & lightning talks. Representatives from various ILECs, carriers, industry and hardware vendors are on hand to help you answer questions regarding sales opportunities. The conference provides a unique opportunity for service providers to network with each other and talk to industry leader technology vendors.
Organised by prpl, OpenWrt Summit is the only annual conference focusing on OpenWrt/LEDE.
It serves anyone who wants to learn more about OpenWrt/LEDE software and is a great opportunity for the core community to get together face to face.
In particular, the OpenWrt Summit will be perfect for:
- OpenWrt/LEDE hackers (core team and contributors)
- Software developers who maintain OpenWrt/LEDE packages or who want to create packages
- Home users of OpenWrt/LEDE
- Hardware and software engineers working with OpenWrt/LEDE, whether at work or for fun
- Anyone interested in OpenWrt/LEDE, free and open source wireless networking, or embedded Linux
Broadband World Forum
Each year global telco brands assemble to hear from our C-level keynotes line-up, and visit the interactive exhibition to find the next big thing in network technologies. BBWF boasts a 300-strong global speaker faculty and a programme bursting with free content, inspiring interviews, analyst insights and live product demos.
Covering all of the industry’s priorities, speakers and exhibitors will be showcasing the latest innovations in technology areas including: Fixed Access, Virtualization & Cloud Services, Telco TV, 5G, IoT, Smart Home & Connected Cities.
The Broadband World Forum takes place from October 23rd to October 25th in Berlin, Germany.
Smart Home Summit San Francisco 2018
Creating new partnerships in the evolving voice AI market for smart home and innovating new services
Now in its 3rd year, Smart Home Summit has been revamped for 2018 to take a deeper dive into the role of Voice AI in every aspect of the Smart Home market.
China International Cloud Summit 2018
The CIO Cloud Summit brings together leading C-level executives, analysts and solution providers to network and attend interactive agenda sessions on the latest business topics and trends.
Open-Source Processors: Bringing Silicon Back to Silicon Valley
The growing number of projects in the internet of things and the artificial intelligence domains drives the demand for custom solutions in the semiconductor industry. A variety of applications require specialized system-on-a-chip designs that can deliver the performance needed for certain tasks. This month, VLAB panelists will discuss how the open-source approach to developing new processor technologies is impacting the world and can help fulfill this demand. Previously, open-source has lived exclusively in the software domain. Two examples that get a lot of industry buzz are GitHub and Linux.