South Korea’s Safe-Net Forum Signs MOU with TCCA
Wednesday, August 28, 2019 | Comments

TCCA signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with South Korea’s Safe-Net Forum, a non-profit organization comprised of members from the country’s network operators, user groups, industry, academia and government.

Safe-Net Forum advises on the development of the country’s public-safety Long Term Evolution (LTE) system and promotes cooperation among various organizations, including interoperability between different networks and joint use of frequencies.

“We are very pleased to formalize the MoU with TCCA, the global organization supporting standardization in critical communications, and will cooperate and contribute to promote and expand mission-critical broadband technology, solutions and applications,” said Daehyoung Hong, chair of Safe-Net Forum. “We expect the mission-critical broadband technologies, which are still in their early stages, to be stabilized and in full bloom soon.”

Throughout the stages of planning, design, construction and operation for the new public-safety and disaster relief communications network system, Safe-Net Forum participates in reviewing policies, monitors progress, resolves technical issues and standardization, and provides comment and advice to support the project implementation.

Based on the secured technologies, solutions, systems and devices that are being used for the new critical communications network in South Korea, Safe-Net Forum is developing a strategic industry ecosystem to benefit the country’s domestic and international business.

“The Safe-Net Forum is widely recognized as leading innovation in public safety, and TCCA liaises with the forum on a regular basis,” said Tony Gray, TCCA chief executive. “This MoU formalizes our cooperation for the purposes of information sharing relating to common interests. All in TCCA are committed to supporting and promoting the development and deployment of standardized critical communications technology, solutions and applications. This MoU will further strengthen our knowledge base and enable Safe-Net Forum to benefit from TCCA members’ experiences in building critical broadband networks.”

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