The ECOC Exhibition is the key meeting place for everyone in the fibre optic communication technology industry, attracting over 6,500 decision makers from across the industry. Use our interactive floorplan and Exhibitor A-Z list for the most up to date list of exhibitors already booked for 2019.

In 2020 the event travels to Brussels in Belgium and runs from 21st to 23rd September 2020 and will be held at the Brussels EXPO located close to the iconic Atomium, a unique creation in the history of architecture and the most popular attraction in Brussels.

More than just an exhibition

ECOC Exhibition is far more than just an exhibition. Over the years we have developed a series of sessions and free-to-attend features that are designed to enhance your ECOC experience.

Network with a whole host of new suppliers all under one roof, and take advantage of the opportunity to question, compare suppliers from around the globe and build new business relationships.

Do business with over 300 specialist suppliers exhibiting at the ECOC Exhibition 2019, showcasing their latest product developments, services and solutions, the exhibition is the place to get the information you need.

Listen to some of the world’s top names in the telecoms market as they share their knowledge and present on the latest industry hot topics in the extremely popular Market Focus theatre.

Learn new skills and tackle key techniques including modern fusion splicing and passive optical network testing in a series of short course training sessions. Led by CTTS, these hands-on, practical sessions will take place in the Training Zone located within the exhibition.

When and where?

The exhibition takes place at the RDS Venue in Dublin, Ireland from 23 25 September. For full venue and travel information please visit our When and Where page.

When and where



What’s in store?

Find out what you can expect from this years exhibition – from training sessions to refresh your knowledge, to our popular Market Focus business level sessions from leading industry minds.

What’s in store?