the Netherlands, Branchevereniging Telecommunicatie Grootgebruikers
(BTG) connects business and government organizations with
common interests in the fields of information and communications technology (ICT) and telecommunications.
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has been defending the interests of Dutch companies and institutions that use
corporate communications on a large scale since 1986. BTG organizes network
meetings to this end, where sharing knowledge and experience is central. BTG
represents its members at domestic and foreign regulators and the association
has more than 180 members in both the business community and the government.
accomplish its mission, BTG organizes a communications platform between
government, suppliers and members and offers its members a network for meeting
and knowledge sharing. BTG identifies trends and translates them into relevant
content and activities. Members benefit from demand aggregation / consolidation
and related-service provisioning.
BTG Members and Partners
members represent the large business market. These are government organizations,
commercial companies, knowledge organizations, suppliers of telecom services
and providers. Both demand and supply sides are therefore represented in the
CommScope’s Activities at BTG
has been a BTG partner since 2015 and has participated in BTG events for years.
We actively participate in the In-Building-Wireless Expert group. This group is
working on the general expectance of in-building wireless solutions (active and
passive) by the telecommunications operators (i.e., KPN, Vodafone and T-Mobile)
serving the Netherlands.
BTG set up yet another expert group working on the hot topic of smart cities,
and CommScope was invited to participate in this workgroup. At one of its first
sessions, I’m proud to say that the group elected me as its chair (pictured
below). Currently, the Smart Cities Expert
Group has the members from the following companies:
- Axis Communications
adding a few other member-companies to this group to cover the full spectrum of
technologies and solutions used in smart cities developments.
to continue working as a BTG Partner on issues that will help members in making
the right decisions related to their ICT and telecoms challenges such as:
you want more information about BTG, then please click here. We hope you
will join us.