Softil Joins TCCA
Tuesday, October 16, 2018 | Comments

Mission-critical communications firm Softil joined TCCA to assist in the development of open interoperable standards for next-generation products in mission-critical or business-critical environments.

Softil has experience in industry standards bodies and has participated and organized interoperability testing events. The firm helps drive the transition to mission-critical communications over Long Term Evolution (LTE) and 5G networks.

“Softil’s decision to become a member of TCCA is welcomed,” said Tony Gray, TCCA’s chief executive. “We look forward to the benefits that Softil’s expertise can bring to the development of open, interoperable standards for critical broadband to enhance public safety.”

Softil’s history in the development of global industry standards dates back to 1995 when it was first known as RADVISION and contributed to the works of numerous standards bodies. It was on the board of the International Multimedia Telecommunications Consortium (IMTC) for more than 20 years and president of the body for more than 11 years. As IMTC was the leading organization in interoperability of multimedia technologies, Softil also chaired multiple IMTC activity groups.

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