Tuesday, 21 November 2017

AHCIET, ETNO sign strategic cooperation agreement

ETNO
Monday 21 January 13

The Latin American Association of Research Centers and Telecommunication Enterprises, AHCIET, and the Association of European telecommunications operators, ETNO, united by the common goal of promoting electronic communications and contribute to the creation of a global information infrastructure…

The Latin American Association of Research Centers and Telecommunication Enterprises, AHCIET, and the Association of European telecommunications operators, ETNO, united by the common goal of promoting electronic communications and contribute to the creation of a global information infrastructure, have decided to join efforts to promote the harmonious development of telecommunications, through the signing of a strategic cooperation agreement.

This agreement, signed by two of the most influential and prestigious associations in the world telecommunications industry, includes the exchange of studies that seek to know and analyze the main problems of the industry. Similarly, through this partnership, both associations will share good practices, market researches, reports, and other relevant news within the scope of the work of both organizations. In addition, they will support the organization and dissemination of their events, as well as other related activities. Key areas for cooperation will include telecoms regulation, online content policies, new business models development and exchange of best practices in areas such as sustainability and smart energy.

Pablo Bello, Secretary General of AHCIET, stated that: "This cooperation has a positive dye both for the industry and for both organizations, since with the joint work, the commitment we have with the sector may be directed more effectively".

In the other hand, Daniel Pataki, ETNO Director said: “Challenges that our industry faces today are increasingly global and need to be addressed globally. We are confident that through this reinforced cooperation, both our organizations will benefit from a common understanding of the issues at stake and the responses needed”.


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