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Telefónica, S.A.
Cámara Nacional de la Industria de Telecomunicaciones por Cable (CANITEC)
Kanazawa Institute of Technology (Japan)
Kuwait Telecommunication Company (VIVA) (Kuwait)
Bahamas Telecommunications Company (Bahamas)
ADD International (Bangladesh)
Telenor ASA [ROA] (Norway)
O2 Czech Republic (Czech Rep.)
Afghan Wireless Communication Company
Radiográfica Costarricense S.A. (RACSA)
Soonchunhyang University (Korea (Rep. of))
Econet Wireless (PVT) Ltd.
Türk Telekom Group (Turkey)
Multinet Pakistan (PVT) Limited (Pakistan)
National Telecommunication Corporation (Pakistan)
Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (India)
Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Co. Ltd.
Universidad del Chubut (Argentina)
Orange Egypt (Egypt)
SFM Technologies (Tunisia)
Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation [REGINTORG] ()
Algérie Télécom SPA
Conseil des Télécommunications de Côte d
Intersat Africa Limited
Unidad Ejecutora 002 INICTEL - UNI
CJSC Alfa Telecom (Kyrgyzstan)
Fujitsu Limited
Sudanese Mobile Telephone Company, Zain (Sudan)
International Telecommunications Users Group [REGINTORG] (International (no specific country))



European Telecommunications Network Operators' Association

The European Telecommunications Network Operators' Association was established in May 1992 and has become the principal policy group for European electronic communications network operators. ETNO's primary purpose is to establish a constructive dialogue between its member companies and decision-makers and other actors involved in the development of the European Information Society to the benefit of users. The association is located in Brussels, Belgium.

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Daniel Pataki

Mr Pataki was President of Hungary’s National Communications Authority from 2004 until 2010. During his term, he was  in charge of  regulation of the electronic communications and postal sector as well as  spectrum allocation.

In 2008 he was Chairman of the ERG and of the International Regulators Group (IRG). In this capacity, he played a key role in advising EU institutions during the review of the EU Regulatory framework. From November 2008 until November 2009, he was Chairman of the Radio Spectrum Policy Group, an advisory body to the European Commission on spectrum policy, composed of the 27 EU national spectrum regulatory bodies.

Prior to working in the regulatory authority, Daniel was Hungary’s Deputy State Secretary in charge of Communications at the Ministry of IT and Telecommunications, from 2002 to 2003. Before that, he held several positions in the private sector.

A Hungarian national, Daniel Pataki graduated from the Budapest University of Economic Sciences and holds a postgraduate degree from Programme Copernic, Paris.

He was awarded the Officer Cross of the Order of the Republic of Hungary in 2009 for his work in EU electronic communications regulation and the Order of Merit of the Republic of Hungary in 2005 for his work promoting the development of the ICT sector.