Over the years, several milestones in Portuguese telecommunications are due to Altice Labs’ fundamental contribution. It all started in the 1950s with GECA (Grupo de Estudos de Comutação Automática) developing the most advanced telecommunications technology in Portugal at the time; automatic switching. But there are other milestones to highlight, like the development, by CET (Centro de Estudos de Telecomunicações), of a robust and pioneering system – the MIC 30; the first interoperable ONT… among others. This and much other information about developments in telecommunications were explained by Fernando Morgado, from Altice Labs’ Innovation Strategy and Digital department, at Altice Labs’ Museum Open Day, which took place on the 13th of July. Three sessions were held at different times, involving a total of 25 employees.