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Ecole polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (Switzerland)
SOTELGUI (Société des Télécommunications de Guinée)
Universidad Autónoma de Santo Domingo (Dominican Rep.)
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
Mascom Wireless Botswana (Pty) Ltd.
Ajman University of Science and Technology (United Arab Emirates)
Bournemouth University (United Kingdom)
HMR Institute of Technology Management (India)
Public Telecom Corporation (PTC)
Consortium of Cloud Computing Research (Korea (Rep. of))
European Union
BH Telecom [ROA] (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Southern African Development Community
University Utara Malaysia (Malaysia)
Intersat Africa Limited
Daffodil International University (Bangladesh)
Telefónica de Argentina S.A. (TASA)
Ecole supérieure des Communications de Tunis (Sup Foundation
IJMA3-The Arab ICT Organization (International)
Aggaros S.L. [OTHER ENTITY] (Spain)
Central Science Research Telecommunication Institute (ZNIIS)
Centro Internacional de Investigación Científica en Telecomu (Ecuador)
Nuix Technology UK Limited (United Kingdom)
Office des Postes et Télécommunications de Nouvelle-Calédoni (France)
CompassRose International, Inc.
THALES Communications [SIO] (France)
MIT World Peace University (India)
Samsung SDS Co., Ltd.
Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería Facultad de Ingeniería El (Peru)



International Telecommunications Users Group

The International Telecommunications Users Group (INTUG) has represented business users of communications services globally since its formation in 1974 and has participated in ITU affairs for much of the 35 years since then. It consists of national and international user groups and associate companies and is registered in the Netherlands. INTUG has participated in ITU Study Groups and Working Parties on Recommendations and Standards in areas including tariff principles and service definitions, and focuses attention on sector regulation as a mechanism for introducing open competition and interoperability internationally. INTUG has been a leading campaigner for open access to Next Generation Networks, and reducing the financial burden of non-cost related charges, for example for roaming and call termination and for mark -up on international leased lines. INTUG has recognised status within OECD, and regionally in APECTEL, CITEL and the EU. INTUG has a memorandum of understanding with the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO).

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Ms Danielle Jacobs
Danielle Jacobs was appointed Chairman of INTUG in May 2011; before that she was INTUG’s Vice President Europe. She is also General Manager of BELTUG, the Belgian user group representing the Belgian professional users of communications technology and services.

Danielle is a member of the Board of This is a Beltug, ISPA and Agoria established non-profit organization. Its mission is to register domain names under the top level