ATCCF launches new website
The Australasian TETRA & Critical Communications Forum has launched an updated website, with a cleaner, easier-to-use interface for those seeking information and resources.
The ATCCF is the local chapter of The Critical Communication Association (TCCA), which was formerly known as the TETRA and Critical Communications Association.
The ATCCF advocates on behalf of mission- and business-critical stakeholders in respect to TETRA and other standardised narrowband and broadband wireless communication technologies.
The Forum’s overall aim is to ensure standards are established so that stakeholder and professional user requirements are adequately addressed.
The TCCA has more than 130 member organisations globally, and has been primarily responsible for driving the ETSI TETRA open standard, including interoperability compliance testing of manufacturers thereby establishing a multivendor ecosystem.
The TCCA also participates in the MCPTT interoperability testing of critical broadband (LTE) with ETSI and 3GPP members.
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