CNOC is a not-for-profit association comprised of competitive Internet and telecommunications service providers that own or operate telecommunications networks in regions across Canada.
CNOC’s membership is comprised of small, medium and large sized competitive Internet and telecommunications service providers that strive to offer competitive, differentiated and innovative services to Canadians.
CNOC was established in 2010 to advance and address the mutual interests and shared concerns of competitive Internet and telecommunications service providers across Canada. Since that time, CNOC has been at the forefront of all regulatory and industry related issues to advance the views of its membership.
Beyond its industry and regulatory efforts, CNOC provides its members with the ability and connections to network, share ideas, problem solve, and to establish business connections and arrangements with other competitive Internet and telecommunications service providers. These opportunities occur on an ongoing basis at events such as the annual ISP Summit hosted by CNOC.
Find out more about the benefits that CNOC provides to its members and the current issues that CNOC is addressing on behalf of its members and the competitive telecommunications industry.