New report on Fire and Rescue Services approach to critical broadband migration highlights key issues

Presentation of UK-based research relevant to a global audience of first responders and critical operators The University of Leeds has published a significant research report entitled Information and Communication Technologies in the Fire and Rescue Services in England. The report…

TCCA welcomes new Netherlands member Triple-9

Netherlands-based 4G and 5G network experts Triple-9 have announced their membership of TCCA, the global representative body for the global critical communications ecosystem. The Triple-9 team designs and develops a wide range of telecommunications applications and systems for public 4G…

ALDB, operator of the world’s largest TETRA network, joins TCCA

ALDB GmbH, operator of the world’s largest TETRA network in Germany, has joined TCCA, the global representative organisation for the critical communications ecosystem. Founded in 2010 as a subsidiary of an international telecommunication equipment manufacturer with the purpose of operating…

TCCA’s Critical Communications Europe to host joint event with BAPCO Annual Conference & Exhibition for the first time

Critical Communications Europe (CC Europe), Europe’s leading conference and exhibition dedicated to connecting critical communications professionals, will take place in conjunction with the BAPCO Annual Conference & Exhibition for the first time. The event will take place at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, UK…

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