Hurricanes Irma and Harvey have significantly impacted our provider partners, the vendor community, Texas and Florida. This, along with other extenuating circumstances, has required us to make the difficult decision to cancel ISE EXPO 2017 in Orlando, Florida.

We ask you to stand by our provider partners, our vendors and the industry as a whole during this difficult time. We also thank you for your support of ISE EXPO and the ISE brand.

Be sure to mark your calendar for ISE EXPO 2018. We look forward to seeing you in Denver on August 14 – 16 for network-based education, 200 exhibits, demo zone and potent networking opportunities.

Thank you from the ISE brand:  Your partner in network transformation, restoration, education and everything in between.

Please visit our Cancellation FAQ page for more information.

exhibitors_600With the rapidly changing ICT landscape, providers, large and small, must learn everything they can to evolve and deliver on customer demands.

Bring your problem-solving products and technologies to ISE EXPO and connect with the buyers and key decision makers you want to reach. Discover why 182 provider companies from all 50 states and more than 35 countries around the globe attend ISE EXPO to engage with vendors showcasing their latest How-To network solutions.


To learn how to reserve your booth for ISE EXPO 2017 please contact:
ISE EXPO Sales Representatives
Robin Queenan | rqueenan@isemag.com | 773.754.3255
Jeff Plaster | jplaster@isemag.com | 773.754.3247

Please note: ISE EXPO has NO International Agents assigned, all booth reservations are handled via contacting the representatives identified above.

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ISE EXPO’s mission is all about educating the ever-changing ICT* industry. And, as the lines separating telephone, Internet and television companies continue to blur, ISE is the resource these providers trust to educate their network evolution professionals.

*The information and communications technology (ICT) is the integration of telecommunications (telephone lines and wireless signals), and computers, as well as the necessary hardware, software, middleware, storage, and infrastructure that enables users to access, store, transmit and manipulate information. The term ICT also refers to the convergence of telephone networks with computer networks.