NYSTA represents New York's Telecommunications Industry along with the equipment and service companies that assist them.
NYSTA provides its members with a strong and respected voice in the state capital, numerous venues for membership interaction, plus communications and educational programs that increase the knowledge of issues critical to individual and collective success.
September 29 - October 1, 2021
NOVEMBER 2 & 3, 2021 (NEW DATE)
Kalahari Resorts & Conventions, Pocono Mountains, PA
NYSTA 100th Annual Conference One For the Record Books
What began with the first NYSTA Annual Conference held in Albany in 1922 reached the 100 year milestone recently at the Gideon Putnam in Saratoga Springs. While, the number of companies represented was down from the original thousand telecom companies serving individual villages and towns back in 1922, the industry was well represented.
The program addressed a variety of subjects, including both state and federal regulatory and legislative updates, 5G technology, Quantum computing, and the many amazing things being accomplished with Drone technology. Participants also heard the amazing story of Alan Mallory and his family’s adventure in climbing Mt. Everest and how lessons learned apply equally in the business world.
Special guests included Shirley Bloomfield, CEO of NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association and Jonathan Spalter, President and CEO of US TELCOM -The Broadband Association, who provided updates on the many federal activities addressing voice and broadband services and the challenges that lie ahead for the industry.
October 13, 2021
NYSTA Seeks New Leader
Due to the planned retirement of NYSTA’s President, the association is seeking qualified applicants to lead the organization as it embarks on its second century of representing the communication industry in New York. For more information, click here.
NYSTA Members Verizon and Empire Access rated "Top Performers"
PCMAG.Com has released its annual list of top performers in the country when it comes to Broadband speeds. First place for the major providers went to Verizon’s FIOS, which according to the magazine “always stands out in our tests” , having won nine times in the past decade. For the smaller providers, the top pick in the country goes to New York’s Empire Access. Follow the link for the full article. https://www.pcmag.com/news/the-fastest-isps-of-2021