About us

The Mexican Chamber of Electronics, Telecommunications and Information Technologies (CANIETI) has been an advocate for these industries in our country for more than 70 years, promoting their growth and development within a global setting through high-quality services.

CANIETI is a self-governing, public interest institution, with legal status and capital of its own, different from that of its members, established in accordance with the Act of Business Chambers and their Confederations.

Our main goal is to boost the Mexican industry’s growth and competitiveness, with social responsibility and a collective effort to pursue common rights and interests.

In 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007, and 2010, CANIETI was granted the National Ethics and Values Award, conferred by the Mexican Confederation of Industrial Chambers (CONCAMIN) to the organizations that show social responsibility and commitment –among their members and the whole community.

 Legally established –in Mexico and abroad– individuals and corporations whose line of work is related to electronics, telecommunications, or information technology, become members of CANIETI.The Chamber comprises more than 900 business members all over the country, to jointly protect and watch over their mutual rights and interests.


  • Provide an institutional global presence to CANIETI and its members.
  • Promote new business for CANIETI’s members by introducing companies and their products throughout the world.
  • Strengthen, develop and boost competitiveness of the industries we represent.
  • Negotiate all activities that promote our industry’s growth; work with a professional collective vision and a commitment to society that enables technology benefits to reach every single region in the country.
Represent and defend our affiliates’ interests.

1935 – Mexico City Radio Distributors Association, A.C.  

1940 – Mexican Association of Radio Industrialists, A.C.


1945 – Mexican Association of Radio and Television, A.C. 

1950 – Mexican Association of the Electronics Industry, A.C.


1957 – Mexican Chamber of Electronics and Electric Communications (CANIECE).


1997 – Mexican Chamber of Electronics, Telecommunications, and Computer Science (CANIETI). 


2007 - Mexican Chamber of Electronics, Telecommunications, and Information Technologies (CANIETI).




Lograr el desarrollo competitivo de la industria nacional con sentido de solidaridad gremial y responsabilidad social.

Ser el organismo de máxima representación del sector electrónico, de telecomunicaciones y Tecnologías de la Información, que promueva corresponsablemente su desarrollo en un  entorno global con servicios de alta calidad.