UK-based engineering company Plextek has joined the TCCA, the global representative organisation for critical communications.

Plextek_logo.pngUK-based engineering company Plextek has joined the TCCA, the global representative organisation for critical communications.

Plextek is engaged in the development of solutions for both Long-Term Evolution (LTE) and digital Professional Mobile Radio (PMR) communications. Based near Cambridge, UK, it designs new products, systems, and services for its clients in a diverse range of industries. Its partnerss include more than 300 commercial clients, government agencies, and start-up companies.

“We are delighted to be joining the TCCA at this very exciting time. The need for a standards-based approach to developing next generation solutions for mission critical push-to-talk, data and video has never been clearer,” said Nick Koiza, head of business development, security at Plextek. “Plextek fully supports the work of the TCCA and we look forward to best serving the needs of our customers in this area.”

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Nick Koiza, head of business development, security at Plextek

“The success of TETRA critical communications is based on its open standard and collaborative community,” said Tony Gray, the TCCA’s chief executive. “We are working to ensure that critical broadband delivers the same strengths and competitive advantages. We are very pleased to welcome Plextek as a TCCA member, and look forward to benefiting from their skills and insights.”

The TCCA works to ensure that the best possible mission- and business-critical services are available to end users, through ensuring the ongoing development of the TETRA standard and advancing the development of mission-critical broadband. The TCCA and its more than 150 members enhance, protect, promote and progress critical communications worldwide. The TCCA is a 3GPP Market Representation Partner, a member of the Mission Critical Open Platform (MCOP) initiative, and delivers the Critical Communications Events series.

Author: Tetra Today