Union technique de l'électricité et de la communication

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The Union Technique de l'Electricité et de la Communication (UTE) is the French national organisation for normalisation in the domain of electronics. It is a member of the International Electrotechnical Commission and of the CENELEC.

It was founded in 1907 as the Union des syndicats de l'électricité from a merger of the Syndicat professionnel des industries électriques and the Syndicat professionnel des usines d'électricité.

Florent Guillain was one of the first presidents.[1]

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  1. ^ Smith, Michael Stephen (2006), The Emergence of Modern Business Enterprise in France, 1800-1930, Harvard University Press, p. 546, ISBN 978-0-674-01939-3, retrieved 2015-12-06 

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