TIA welcomes 12 new members

July 7, 2022
TIA said it will continue to build and broaden the growth in its membership and participation, as the group focuses on expanding and improving new ICT connectivity technologies and initiatives globally and in the U.S.
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The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) announced it has added 12 new members so far in 2022, including companies from diverse sectors of the information and communications technology (ICT) industry.
New TIA members, thus far in 2022, include:
  • ASM Technologies
  • Ballinger
  • Celestica
  • Data Center Systems
  • Nest Technical Services
  • Network Connex
  • Telit
  • T-Mobile
  • TrueLink
  • Tuf-Tug
  • US Navy
  • Winchester Interconnect
TIA CEO, David Stehlin, commented:

“The reach of the ICT and telecom industry continues to expand and TIA takes very seriously our role to improve trust and performance in the networking and communications technologies on which consumers, businesses and governments depend. We welcome our new members and look forward to their contributions to our industry and our association.”

TIA said it will continue to build and broaden the growth in its membership and participation, as the group focuses on expanding and improving new ICT connectivity technologies and initiatives globally and in the U.S.
“T-Mobile is excited to join TIA, and we look forward to working with them and their members on the critical issues and opportunities for our industry,” commented Steve Sharkey, VP, government affairs, engineering and technology policy at T-Mobile.
“Celestica is committed to quality and delivering excellence for our customers,” commented Barrie Hall, business development general manager at Celestica. “We’re pleased to have joined TIA and their QuEST Forum Business Performance Community and look forward to joining important committees to work on vital policy, technical and quality improvement initiatives.”
“As a global provider of 5G IOT solutions it’s very important for Telit to be able to contribute to the industry as a whole,” commented Manish Watwani, chief product officer and chief marketing officer at Telit. “We are honored to join TIA to work with our fellow members on critical issues, including ensuring that all products and networks are safe and secure.”

To learn more, visit https://tiaonline.org/membership/.

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