Official Media and Publishing Partner
The Mobile Network
SCF are delighted to announce that The Mobile Network (TMN) will be Official Media and Publishing Partner for Small Cells World Summit and the SCF Small Cell Awards in 2020.
TMN will be producing a Market Update publication which will be available online and in hard copy, including a special feature on the SCF Awards. Special advertising rates will be available for our Award Finalists within this publication
Official Media Partners
Inside Towers is a media outlet delivering breaking, relevant and actionable news and content to the wireless industry via multiple channels, including a daily e-blast, a podcast and social media. Thousands of professionals rely on Inside Towers to stay ahead of the curve in this fast-paced industry. From DAS and small cells, to 5G and fiber, we’ve got all the top topics covered.
Light Reading is a leading independent B2B digital media platform providing daily news, analysis and insight for the global communications networking and services industry. It is a go-to, independent online news analysis and opinion portal, with journalists based across North America and Europe.
Media Planet has produced the 5G Campaign, in conjunction with publishing partner The Guardian. It is a rich source of content from industry experts and government organisations on the topic of 5G. Hard copies of the 5G Campaign report will be available at Small Cells World Summit to take away.
Telecoms.com is an independent news platform covering the latest technological advancements, market trends and key business issues facing the industry today. Telecoms.com provides daily news, in-depth analysis and commentary across a comprehensive range of hot topics, from Digital Transformation to IoT and 5G.
UK5G is a ‘network of networks’ dedicated to the promotion of research, collaboration and the commercial application of 5G in the UK. Independent and impartial, UK5G brings together organisations working on 5G activities, including the UK Government’s 5G Testbeds and Trials Programme. They are supported by a senior national advisory board who provide expert feedback to Government from industry, identifying their priorities and advising on future areas of focus. For more information, visit www.UK5G.org.uk