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Oman Telecommunications Company (Omantel)
Total Access Communication PLC
Orange (France)
Palestine Telecommunication Company (Paltel Group)
Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company PJSC
LINK Centre, University of Witwatersrand
OneWeb (United Kingdom)
Hewlett-Packard International SA (Switzerland)
Hitachi, Ltd.
Soonchunhyang University (Korea (Rep. of))
Ecole supérieure africaine des TIC (ESATIC) (Côte d
SYSOCO (France)
SUNY Korea (Korea (Rep. of))
Electronia, Ltd.
Caribbean Broadcasting Union
Autorité de Régulation de la Poste et des Télécommunications (ARPT)
Fundacao CPqD - Centro de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento em Tele (Brazil)
Tashkent University of Information Technologies
Universidad Nacional de la Matanza (Argentina)
National Telecommunication Institute (NTI)
Tele2 Telecommunication GmbH
Libyana Mobile Phone [ROA] (Socialist People
CJSC Alfa Telecom (Kyrgyzstan)
EMEA Satellite Operators Association (International)
European Competitive Telecommunications Association
National Institute of Telecommunications (Poland)
Kyoto University (Japan)



Associação Empresarial de Comunicações de Portugal

ACIST – Portuguese Communications Business Association – represents 150 small and medium business clusters operating in the following areas: infrastructures, telecommunications, ICTs and multimedia. ACIST gathers more than 90% of the Portuguese enterprises that fit this economic profile. It is the only association of its kind in Portugal.

ACIST is represented at ANACOM’s Advisory Board, the representative of the communications
sector in Portugal, and participates in several workgroups and specialised committees in the field, namely in association with the Ministry of Public Works, Transport and Communications, towards the development and implementation of the NGNs in Portugal.

A credible interlocutor and social partner for the enterprises it represents, ACIST acts as a dynamic motor in their negotiating power, business and structural strengthening, and in promoting regular updates in the ICT sector, enabling them to compete with market rivals.

Since 2008, ACIST has expanded its area of performance by launching a strategy to internationalise its services, making it a goal to follow closely and in constant dynamic the development of the sector in the Portuguese speaking countries.

CategoriesProfessional Associations ; International Organisations
Based inPortugal
DomainsMobile ; Fixed ; Telephone ; Broadband ; Internet ; TV
ITU Global DirectoryAssociação Empresarial de Comunicações de Portugal
Paulo Moniz