Group Updates Name to Australasian Critical Communications Forum
Friday, November 30, 2018 | Comments

The Australasian TETRA advocacy group has changed its name to be more inclusive of broadband technology.

The Australasian TETRA and Critical Communications Forum changed its name to the Australasian Critical Communications Forum (ACCF) to be consistent with the name change and activities of TCCA. The forum will support the global standardization bodies to evolve standards that will satisfy these end user needs into the future.

The name change supports mission-critical and business critical nonproprietary, international open wireless communication standards such as TETRA, Project 25 (P25) and Digital Mobile Radio (DMR). The change will enable the ACCF and its members to drive and support technology developments of open standards for mission-critical and business-critical Long Term Evolution (LTE) and future 5G technology evolution.

“The name change in no way diminishes our focus on TETRA but rather lays the foundation for the continuing success of critical communications based on open standardization,” a statement said.

TETRA will continue to be a prime solution for mission-critical voice for the foreseeable future, and the group will continue to support and promote the significant virtues of TETRA technologies alongside other proven open standard technologies such as P25 and DMR in the Australasian region, a statement said.

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