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 Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Telecom, Information Technologies and Mass Communications (ROSKOMNADZOR). The Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Telecom, Information Technologies and Mass Communications (ROSKOMNADZOR) has been established in accordance with Russian President’s Decree No. 1715 of 03 December 2008. ROSKOMNADZOR is a federal executive authority entitled to carry out permitting and licensing activities, validation and supervision in the spheres of telecommunications, information technologies and mass communications. ROSKOMNADZOR is an authorized agency entitled to protect personal data owners’ rights. http://rkn.gov.ru/eng/
 Federal Agency of Communications (Rossvyaz) is a Federal Executive Body, executing functions of state property administration and telecommunication and postal state services rendering, including construction, development and utilization of communication networks, satellite systems, TV and radio broadcasting systems.
Rossvyaz is under the jurisdiction of Ministry of Communications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation
 LTE Union - a temporary association to coordinate the agenda and activities to operators on exploring the possibilities and conditions to development in Russia of mobile broadband networks LTE/4G. Created by decision of GRFC (the General Radio Frequency Centre) № 10-10-03-2 on December 28, 2010. Currently in the Partnership Project LTE Union is working VimpelCom, MegaFon, MTS and Rostelecom as members.
 About The FTTH Council Europe:
The FTTH Council Europe is an industry organisation with a mission to accelerate the availability of fibre-based, ultra-high-speed access networks to consumers and businesses. The Council promotes this technology because it will deliver a flow of new services that enhance the quality of life, contribute to a better environment and increase economic competitiveness. The Council consists of more than 150 member companies. www.ftthcouncil.eu


About the UMTS Forum
Mobile broadband is changing the way we communicate. The UMTS Forum helps all players in this dynamic value chain understand and profit from the opportunities of 3G/UMTS networks and their Long Term Evolution (4G LTE).
The UMTS Forum is an active member of all three ITU Sector Groups. It also regularly contributes to the works of EC and CEPT and fosters strong links with other governmental, administrative, industry and technical bodies.
As an ETSI Partner and a Market Representation Partner in the Third Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) the UMTS Forum contributes to the standardisation of mobile broadband. It also supports the licensing process through dialogue with regulators and responses to public consultations.
For more than fifteen years, the UMTS Forum has played a key role in identifying and securing adequate radio spectrum for mobile broadband networks. This is demonstrated by the Forum’s close involvement in the World Radiocommunication Conferences (WRC) from WRC-2000 to WRC-2012, as well as current preparations for the next meeting (WRC-2015). Organised every 3-4 years by ITU, WRC is a crucial event for everyone with an interest in the global allocation, harmonisation and use of radio spectrum.

The UMTS Forum also supports the interests of its membership with studies and other outputs in the areas of market trends, mobile broadband services, key growth markets, technology and implementation. A strong promotional voice is maintained via a high-profile presence at industry conferences and briefings to the media.

Membership of the UMTS Forum draws together everyone with an interest in mobile broadband, including network operators, regulators and the manufacturers of network infrastructure and terminal equipment.

 Wi-Fi Alliance® is a global non-profit industry association of hundreds of leading companies devoted to seamless connectivity. With technology development, market building, and regulatory programs, Wi-Fi Alliance has enabled widespread adoption of Wi-Fi® worldwide. The Wi-Fi CERTIFIED™ program was launched in March 2000. It provides a widely-recognized designation of interoperability and quality, and it helps to ensure that Wi-Fi-enabled products deliver the best user experience. Wi-Fi Alliance has certified more than 15,000 products, encouraging the expanded use of Wi-Fi products and services in new and established markets.

International Telecommunications  Academy (MAC) is an international organization. It is a voluntary public association of academics, outstanding managers and highly skilled professionals. Co-operation is based on common professional interests, theoretical and practical issues in infocommunication development (Infocommunication = information + telecommunications (communication).

 About NGMN Alliance (www.ngmn.org)
The NGMN Alliance was founded by leading international network operators in 2006. Its objective is to ensure that the functionality and performance of next generation mobile network infrastructure, service platforms and devices will meet the requirements of operators and, ultimately, will satisfy end user demand and expectations. The NGMN Alliance will drive and guide the development of all future mobile broadband technology enhancements focusing on LTE & EPC and its evolution. The targets of these activities are supported by the strong and well-established partnership of worldwide leading operators, vendors, universities, and successful co-operations with other industry organisations.

 GSA (Global mobile Suppliers Association) represents leading GSM/EDGE/WCDMA-HSPA/LTE suppliers, providing trusted, widely referenced reports, facts, analysis and information explaining market developments and trends. GSA advises governments, regulators and policy-makers on the optimum conditions for market development. Briefings are given to media and analysts. GSA-organized seminars facilitate enhanced dialog between operators, members and developer communities. GSA is a 3GPP Market Representation Partner and co-operates with other key organizations worldwide. The website www.gsacom.com is targeted to the industry and the main channel for distribution of information and news. The RSS feed is complemented by social networking services including the GSA LinkedIN Group.

The Institute of the Information Society (IIS) is an independent research and service organization established in September 1998 by a number of professionals working with information technologies, telecommunications and information policy who were brought together by the common goal of developing the Information Society in Russia.
Our Mission

The Information Society for us is not about creating automatons – it is a society of empowered people, who are talented and successfully self-actualizing; information and communication technologies in capable hands are a useful and easily adjustable instrument rather than an ultimate goal or a panacea.
Our mission is to facilitate the adequate choice of development goals and directions. We propose well thought-out rational solutions because we assume responsibility to our partners and clients for the outcomes of those choices.
Our Goals and Objectives
IIS corporative goals are:
  • Formation and development of the Information Society in Russia, Russia's integration into the global Information Society
  • Creating favorable climate and favorable conditions that are conducive to the effective interaction between all stakeholders and participants of the Information Society
  • Enabling fair competition in the communications and information market as well as fostering the development of information resources, technologies, infrastructure, and services
 ANO “Coordination Center for TLD .RU” is the administrator of the national top level domains .RU and .РФ (the national registry). Coordination Center’s principal task is to ensure resilient and stable functioning of the domain names registration system and the DNS infrastructure of the Russian segment of the global Internet. The Coordination Center for TLD .RU was founded in 2001.
As the administrator of the national top level domains .RU and .РФ, the Coordination Center for TLD .RU focuses on popularization of domains .RU and .РФ, a vigorous expansion of domain names use both by private individuals and organizations and, consequently, growth in the number of registered second-level domain names, as well as bolstering the national users’ awareness of the domain names registration system’s functioning.
Coordination Center’s Mission: Expansion of the Internet in the Russian Federation in the interests of the national and global Internet community.

 Moscow Chapter of PMI – a non-profit organization aiming to enhance experience, knowledge and skills of Project Managers – members of the Moscow Chapter, boost professional excellence in project management through certification programs (CAPM, PMP, PgMP), seek recognition and high appreciation of Project Management profession in Russia. Moscow Chapter of PMI represents international Project Management Institute (PMI). Founded in 1969, Project Management Institute (PMI) has grown into the world’s largest association for the project management profession with more than 380,000 members. PMI has representation offices in more than 170 countries through Chapters operating on the local level and specialized Communities of practice.
 Association of Regional Telecom Operators (ARTO) is one of leading Russian associations of telecom market players and was founded in February 1995 (former name Association-800). ARTO is a non-commercial association of companies created for the purpose of coordination of business activities, representation and protection of general property interests of its members in the sphere of communications. Today the association unites 30 companies which are engaged in development and operation of mobile and fixed-line networks in RF and CIS countries. Primary goals of ARTO are assistance to regional operators in business and networks development, assistance in interaction with communications administration. ARTO effectively defends interests of regional operators, contributes to creation of liberal telecommunication environment and fair competition, pursues the policy of implementation of technical and economical integration of participants of communication development process on the territory of RF and CIS countries. ARTO cooperates closely with other specialized associations and alliances, participates in works on implementation of new technologies and services.
 Association of the market of wireless data networks - the largest public profile ogranizatsiya Ukraine, officially registered in 2002. The Association is a member of the Public Council of the National Commission, subject to state regulation in the sphere of communications and informatization of Ukraine and the State Service for Special Communication and Information Protection of Ukraine. The structure of the organization consists of more than 80 companies (carriers, integrators, vendors and developers of hardware and communication solutions, media, government agencies, etc.) from Ukraine and other countries. The organization conducts itself and with partners in more than 40 different profile of activities (conferences, seminars, round tables, exhibitions, press conferences, forums, etc.) per year. With the support of the Association since 2005, publishes a magazine for professionals dedicated to the topic of wireless and mobile technologies - "Browser Wireless Ukraine". The association oversees the largest projects in the sphere of high technologies in Ukraine and other countries.
 “Association of designers, manufactures and users of equipment and applications based on Global Navigation Satellite systems “GLONASS/GNSS – Forum” unites more than 60 leading Russian state and commercial enterprises, scientific and educational institutes engaged in GLONASS development, manufactures of satellite equipment (applications) and satellite navigation technology users. The main goals of Association are – coordinates activities of its members engaged in development, production and commercial use of GLONASS-based equipment and applications; analyses and selects GLONASS development priorities on the territory of Russian Federation; participates in government policy-making in the field of GLONASS commercial use; cooperates with Russian and foreign partners to enhance the investment appeal, material and technical resources and scientific expertise of enterprises. The Association management is realized by: General meeting of members, Board of Association, Chief executive officer.
 Ассоциация стратегического аутсорсинга «АСТРА» – профессиональное объединение участников российского рынка аутсорсинга. С марта 2010 г. «АСТРА» - официальный партнер в России крупнейшей международной ассоциации профессионалов аутсорсинга IAOP (International Association of Outsourcing Professionals). Ключевой целью деятельности «АСТРА» является консолидация ресурсов и усилий лидеров рынка для развития инновационной индустрии услуг и аутсорсинга в России и СНГ. Партнеры «АСТРА»: Инфосистемы Джет, КРОК, СБСистем, ЭнергоДата, IBSDataFort, Fujitsu Services LLC, in4media, OptimaServices, Аутсорсинг 24, Аутсорсинговое подразделение группы BDO в России, Intercomp Global Services, UCMS Group Russia.
Russian National Association of Strategic Outsourcing (ASTRA) is a professional organization aimed at setting up industry standards as well as promoting outsourcing as an industry and profession. The strategic goal of ASTRA is to form and develop the outsourcing market in Russia and CIS. ASTRA members are leading companies working in the Russian outsourcing industry, including Jet Infosystems, CROC, SBSystems, StinsComan, Optima Services, IBS DataFort, in4media, EnergoData,  Fujitsu Services LLC, Outsourcing 24, Outsourcing Division of BDO in Russia, Intercomp Global Services, UCMS Group Russia. ASTRA helps organizations to use outsourcing as a business instrument to increase efficiency and cut operational costs. To learn more, visit www.astra-partners.ru.

 The Russian Association for Electronic Communications (RAEC) was established in 2006.The Association's objective is to create a civilized information society, which will have its own legal system and the codes of professional activities that are to be accepted by both the users and the companies operating on the Internet.One of the key goals of the Association is to set up a dialogue between the state and the IT-companies.RAEC is actively involved in the solutions of socially important objectives aimed at the development of the information society in Russia and enhancing the image of Russia as of the responsible member of the global information community.
 The dynamic advances of Russia’s information technologies industry demanded the establishment of an organization that would act as advocate for the industry’s interests. In the fall of 2001, leading IT-companies agreed to establish a non-profit Information & Computer Technologies Industry Association (“AP KIT”). The companies who cooperated to form this advocacy organization include the following: 1C, Aquarius, Cognitive Technologies, DPI, ELST, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Intel, iTeco, Kraftway Computers, Microsoft, Oracle, R-Style, TopS, Verysell, Xerox, ASK, ACSIT, White Wind, DialogNauka, IVK, Interface, Kaspersky Laboratory, Lanit, Marvel, NAMIP, Pirit, et cetera. In terms of its membership, AP KIT is the most representative noncommercial association in the Russian IT Industry. Association members have earned acclaim as leading Russian and international businesses, distributors, system integrators, vendors and developers. By many accounts, AP KIT members control up to 70% of the official market.  AP KIT unites associations representing individual market segments as well as regional unions. Among the AP KIT members are subindustry and niche associations APEAP (Association of Electronic Apparatus and Device Makers), ARPP Domestic Software (Association of Software Developers), NP MOOP YaRD, NP PPP (Noncommercial Partnership of Software Product Suppliers), RUSSOFT Noncommercial Partnership and regional associations AKCIT (Southern Russia Digital and Information Technology Companies Association) and RASPO (Russian Association of Free Software). A mouthpiece for IT industry interests, AP KIT defends them with the major public associations. It is a member of the Russian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and WITSA and cooperates with the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, OPORA (Russian Non-governmental Association of Small and Medium-size Businesses), AMR (Association of Managers), the Institute of Contemporary Development, RATEK (Electronic Appliance and Computer Distributors and Producers Association), BITKOM and ICC. AP KIT representatives sit on expert and advisory boards at the Russian State Duma, government commissions, ministries and departments (Ministry for IT and Communications, Ministry for Economic Development, Ministry for Education and Science, Ministry for Industry and Trade, Ministry for Culture and Mass Communications, Federal Customs Service, and the Federal Antimonopoly Service). Uniting the industry elite, AP KIT forms a system of values, improves mechanisms of interaction within the industry and works to build an open, civilized market as a safeguard of IT business stability.
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