CCF Announces Its 2011 Board of Directors
SAN DIEGO, Feb. 14, 2011 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ —
CCF Board of Directors 2011; a great representation of the global CDMA industry
The CCF (CDMA Certification Forum), a global non-profit organization dedicated to establishing test efficiency to streamline time to market and minimize costs associated with CDMA device certification, announced today its 2011 Board of Directors and its new members.
The newly elected Board member companies are Ericsson, Research In Motion, Sprint Nextel, and U.S. Cellular. Reliance, Tata Teleservices, Verizon Wireless, QUALCOMM, Sierra Wireless, and Via Telecom will continue to serve in 2011.
“We are delighted to welcome our new Board members,” says Bruce Jolly, general manager and CFO of the CCF. “Members of the 2011 Board of Directors are leaders in the CDMA industry. Their decision to serve on the board demonstrates the value of the CCF to their industry and the emphasis on quality of the products they deliver to consumers.”
“I am honored to serve with the distinguished and dedicated group of CCF members that form the 2011 Board of Directors,” says Tracy Griffin from Sierra Wireless, the newly elected CCF Board Chairman. “Sierra Wireless has been involved with the CCF since the beginning. In this fast moving and highly competitive industry, innovation and responsiveness to market demands are essential for long-term success. We believe it is important that we all contribute to certification process of our products as efficient as possible, so that we can continue to offer new, innovative products to our customers.”
President and CEO of the CCF, Thomas Erickson, congratulated all Board members and expressed gratitude to re-elected members and companies for their dedication to the CCF and the mission of the organization.
About the CCF
The CCF is a partnership of CDMA vendors and operators worldwide that has established and maintains a single core global device certification process. The CCF process allows quick and affordable certification of devices so they meet prescribed international performance requirements. This process improves quality through consistent interoperability, signaling conformance, and performance testing. For more details, visit the CCF Web site at http://www.globalccf.org.
SOURCE: CDMA Certification Forum
CONTACT: Sandrine Melfort of CCF