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Company Overview of Telecommunications Industry Association
Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) is a non-profit trade organization serving the communications and information technology industries. The organization focuses on market development, trade shows, standards development, and domestic and international advocacy. In addition, it represents the interests of its members before Congress, the Department of Commerce, the Federal Communications Commission, the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, and foreign governments. It was formed in 1988 by merger between United States Telecommunications Suppliers Association and the Information and Telecommunications Technologies Group of Electronics Industries Alliance. The organization is based in Ar...
2500 Wilson Boulevard
Arlington, VA 22201
Founded in 1988
Key Executives for Telecommunications Industry Association
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Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Telecommunications Industry Association Key Developments
Telecommunications Industry Association Appoints Scott F. Belcher as CEO
Oct 8 14
The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) announced that it has named Scott F. Belcher to the newly-created position of CEO. Scott brings more than 25 years of public and private sector management experience, and most recently served as the President and CEO of the Intelligent Transportation Society of America (ITS America). Scott joined ITS America in 2007 after a highly successful legal and nonprofit management career, during which he served as Executive Vice President and General Counsel at the National Academy of Public Administration (NAPA). Scott will assume the new position on November 9, 2014. TIA President Grant Seiffert will report to CEO Belcher.
Telecommunications Industry Association Appoints Board Members
Oct 6 14
Telecommunications Industry Association elected a new board during their AGM on October 2, 2014. The new board will take office after the formalisation of the new statutes. The new board consists of three provisional members, namely Eric Reij, Teus van der Plaat and Jan van Alphen, who is also the provisional chairman.
Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions and the Telecommunications Industry Association Announces Release of J-Std-110.01, Guidelines Enable Interim Nationwide Text to 9-1-1 Solution
Dec 3 13
The Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions and the Telecommunications Industry Association announced release of J-STD-110.01, the Implementation Guidelines for J-STD-110, a critical part of an industry-generated solution providing short message service (SMS) subscribers the ability to send an SMS text message to 9-1-1. This new deliverable educates Commercial Mobile Service Providers (CMSPs) and Text Control Center(TCC) providers on implementing the Joint ATIS/TIA Native SMS to 9-1-1 Requirements and Architecture Specification (J-STD-110) and provides the guidelines for doing so. Developed as a collaborative effort between ATIS and TIA, J-STD-110 was adopted as an industry standard in March of this year. ATIS also has developed an efficient checklist that gives Public Safety entities a systematic way of identifying the tasks to enable coordinated communications with the other parties in the emergency response chain. The guidelines will help support the current voluntary framework for a SMS text to 9-1-1 solution and are another part of the collaboration between ATIS and TIA on this necessary standard. The Implementation guidelines will be of use to the many CMSPs, SMS Center vendors, TCC vendors, and TCC providers by providing information necessary to deploy the SMS to 9-1-1 solution. The guidelines also will be of value to public safety and other 9-1-1 stakeholders by providing the necessary materials to assist them in the development of training or operational materials as they migrate to support this solution. In addition to the implementation guidelines, ATIS and TIA have published a supplement (J-STD-110.a) that enhances the existing J-STD-110 solution, and also includes a new use case and process flows. The new guidelines position service providers to have a fully operational text to 9-1-1 solution in place by May 15, 2014, the target date communicated to the Federal Communications Commission by ATandT, Sprint, T-Mobile USA and Verizon, all active participants in the J-STD-110 development. These four providers have pointed to J-STD-110 to support the voluntary framework for an interim text to 9-1-1 solution, which supports coarse location to route the text to the appropriate PSAP, the ability to send a text to the short code 911, and delivery of a message advising the caller to dial 9-1-1 when texting to 9-1-1 is not available. This interim solution will be implemented while the long-term Next Generation 9-1-1 solution is being developed in ATIS and 3GPP for Multimedia Messaging Emergency Services in the next technology generation.
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