ANRT

AcronymDefinition
ANRTAssociation Nationale de la Recherche Technique (France)
ANRTAgence Nationale de Réglementation des Télécommunications (French)
ANRTAtelier Nationaux de Reproduction des Thèses (French: National Thesis Reproduction Workshops)
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Consultado en octubre de 2015; SAPPA, CRISTIANA, La propriete litteraire et artistique au service des institutions museales a l'ere du numerique : analyse comparee en droit francais et italien, ANRT, Lille, 2011, p.
According to a high ranking official of ANRT (Agence Nationale de Reglementation des Telecommunications), the government body which regulates Morocco's public and private telecoms, the satellite systems have not come on-line because they "need to install compatible transmission hardware" at their Moroccan land sites.
In 1997, he was chosen to head the newly created ANRT.
Much of the success of Morocco's telecoms sector can be attributed to its independent regulator, the ANRT (Agence Nationale de Reglementation des Telecommunications), which took an early lead in helping to liberalise the sector and, more recently, played a key role in offering 4G licences to the operators.
55 million subscribers, ANRT pointed out in a statement.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-25 July 2006-Morocco's ANRT awards 3G licences(C)1994-2006 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
1) "Innovation Tomorrow", by Louis Legrand & Associes (France), PREST (University of Manchester, United Kingdom) and ANRT (France).
The aim of these tests for the carriers is to validate their technological options, and show their readiness to rapid implementation once they have won their license from the ANRT.
ANRT plans to award the licenses at the start of 2013 and expects they will be operational by the end of that year at the earliest, he added.
The ANRT said, "The explosion of mobile data usage on 4G, seen at a global level over the coming years, is expected to grow at rates of above 50% and will provide opportunities to be seized in Morocco and Africa as a whole.
The telecommunications regulator in Morocco, ANRT, announced on May 18, 2012, that it would issue a tender for 4G licenses in fall of the same year," said Ronda Zelezny-Green, associate research analyst at Pyramid Research.