provides instructions for you to participate in the Arizona
Telecom Summit online audio and web conference Pre-summit
Briefing Sessions from the convenience of your office.
Please follow the instructions below to connect to the
The Summit includes a series of four statewide
online briefing sessions prior to the May 17 event. You will have
access to these sessions from the convenience of your office or
community by statewide audio and web conferencing provided by provided by
In order to keep
the Summit event to a single day we will utilize the online
meetings to provide an overview of the issues and technologies,
and an update on current Arizona initiatives. This will enable
us to focus on policy and strategy deliberations on May 17.
Please note that if you cannot
attend these sessions at the scheduled time they will
available for viewing from this web site a day or two after each
Of Briefing Sessions and Links To Recordings
April, 9 2007
Audio only Conference
recording now available anytime
1-800-756-3819 Pin: 225735 (This Session Only
- See audio instructions for other sessions below)
April 19 & 30, 2007
Web Conference Recording now available for viewing.
View The Conference . Click "Launch"
to view the April 19 or 30 ATIC Pre-Summit Briefing
Sessions. You will then be asked to enter your name and
May 10, 2007
2:30 - 4:00 pm
Also available for live participation in Phoenix (see
conferencing instructions below
If you would like to
network and participate in these Briefing Sessions in person,
the May 10 session will originate in
Arizona Corporate Broadcast
2617 S. 46th St. Ste 300
Phoenix, AZ 85034
Please note that this conference includes
an audio conference by telephone, and the web conference over
the Internet. While you can participate only by phone, we
encourage you to join both the audio and web conference. The
audio for the meeting will be provided by telephone, not over
the Internet. If you also want to view the presentations you
will want to join the web conference.
Yes, you can participate even with a dial-up connection.
If you have a problem connecting to the iLinc web conference,
ext. 2 for technical assistance
Click the link above to join the
meeting. If this is your first iLinc Session, or if there is
a new version of iLinc available, you will be asked
to allow download and installation of the iLinc client
(install Session.exe). While the set-up only takes a couple
of minutes, we encourage you to login and set-up your computer
before the meeting start time. (Tip: if you can't find the
iLinc file look on your desktop for the iLinc icon.
Enter your name and e-mail address.
When the client is
installed you will be taken to the
PublicSessions page. Look for the
name of your meeting (ATIC, GAZEL, CITA, etc.).
Click the "Join" link to the far
right of the meeting you would like to join.
The next screen will
ask you to enter your name and e-mail address. You will then be
directed into the meeting and should be able
to see the presentation
Macs, Browsers, Screen Resolutions
PC Required. iLinc will not run
on a Mac without Virtual PC unless it is a new Intel-powered
Internet Explorer and Firefox are supported. If you
encounter a problem connecting with Firefox try switching to