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South Korean MCX specialist joins TCCA

Mission critical services specialist Cybertel Bridge has joined TCCA. The company – which designs and produces MCX solutions - was established in 2000, and is headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.

Describing the company in a statement, TCCA said: “An innovator in SIP-based mission critical communications, Cybertel Bridge holds 13 patents in VoIP/Push-to-Talk services.

“The company commercially launched push-to-video service for the Republic of Korea Air Force in 2012, and since 2016 - in partnership with a global network vendor - has developed and deployed MCX solutions to 3GPP open standards specifications.”

Cybertel Bridge has deployed large scale projects, such as South Korea’s public safety communications network, as well as integrated wireless communication networks for railways.

TCCA CEO Kevin Graham said: “It is with much pleasure that we welcome Cybertel Bridge to TCCA’s international member community. We wish the team much success with the 3GPP MCX solutions and services they are evolving for the benefit of critical communications end users.

“Their ongoing participation in the ETSI MCX Plugtests demonstrates their support for 3GPP MCX open standards. It is wonderful to see the MCX ecosystem expanding.”