Germany’s ALDB Joins TCCA
Thursday, August 22, 2019 | Comments

ALDB, operator of the world’s largest TETRA network in Germany, joined TCCA, the global representative organization for the critical communications ecosystem.

Founded in 2010 as a subsidiary of an international telecommunications equipment manufacturer with the purpose of operating the German safety communications network, ALDB is now a fully state-owned company. ALDB’s 200 employees are responsible for operating Germany’s BOS digital radio network, comprising more than 4,700 base stations and more than 850,000 subscribers.

ALDB develops its own supporting systems and works closely with the Federal Agency for Public Safety Digital Radio (BDBOS) to bring mission-critical networks to its end users — firefighters, policemen, rescue services and all others helping to make Germany a safe country.

“Operating the world's largest TETRA network is our passion,” said Ralf Weitzel, head of contract and service level management at ALDB. “As TCCA is the guardian of the TETRA standard and responsible for its ongoing development and promotion, we are pleased to be formally incorporated into the association, which will help us to monitor new trends and respond with new and improved solutions.”

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