Springer signs publishing agreement with Groupe des Ecoles des Télécommunications

July 04, 2007

The Annales des Télécommunications/Annals of Telecommunications was founded in 1945 to support the formidable development perspectives in the field of telecommunications. During the past 60 years, it has published key articles in French and English by authors from all over the world. Under Springer, the journal will publish in English only with a new electronic format.

"This publishing partnership between GET and Springer for the Annals of Telecommunications makes sense for both parties," said Guido Zosimo-Landolfo, Managing Director of Springer France. "We share similar views not only on science and technology publishing, but also on the standards of excellence required for our work in disseminating knowledge."

"Partnering with Springer is a new and very promising step in the history of the Annals of Telecommunications. It will extend its reach both in terms of international audience and availability in an electronic format," added Dr. Claude Guéguen, chairman of the editorial committee responsible for the publishing history of the journal.

Springer will publish the Annals of Telecommunications bimonthly, in print and electronically on Springer's online platform www.springerlink.com. In addition, all authors, via the Springer Open Choice™ program, have the option of publishing their articles using the open access publishing model.
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About Groupe des Ecoles des Télécommunications (GET)

The GET's mission is to provide higher education and promote research for both scientific and technological aspects of the IT and communications sector. The GET is composed of four "Grandes Écoles": Télécom Paris, ENST Bretagne, Télécom INT and INT Management. In addition, the GET has two educational partnerships with universities and private enterprises: Télécom Lille 1 in Lille and the Institut Eurécom in Sophia-Antipolis. GET and its partners support some 600 lecturer-researchers and 700 doctoral candidates who contribute to the GET's reputation as one of Europe's key public research institutions in the field.

About Springer

Springer is the second-largest publisher of journals in the science, technology, and medicine (STM) sector and the largest publisher of STM books. It publishes on behalf of more than 300 academic associations and professional societies. Springer is part of Springer Science+Business Media, one of the world's leading suppliers of scientific and specialist literature. The group publishes over 1,700 journals and more than 5,500 new books a year, as well as the largest STM eBook Collection worldwide. Springer has operations in over 20 countries in Europe, the USA, and Asia, and some 5,000 employees.

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