The Australasian Critical Communications Forum (ACCF), chapter of TCCA, welcomes Steve Hwang to its board of directors.

Melbourne, 16 December 2020

The Australasian Critical Communications Forum (ACCF), chapter of TCCA, welcomes Steve Hwang to its board of directors.

Melbourne, 16 December 2020

During the 2020 AGM event of the Australasian Critical Communications Forum (ACCF), chapter of the TCCA, on 16th of December, Mr. Steve Hwang of Nokia joined the ACCF board as a director.

Steve Hwang is a committee member of Safe-Net Forum and Smart City WG, 5G Forum, in South Korea. He has 24 years’ experiences of telecommunication market and is currently working for Nokia responsible for business development in APAC government & Cities segment including end customer engagement, strategic alliance with industry partners and telco operators, in areas of public safety, smart cities, defence and government-driven broadband initiatives. Steve holds bachelor’s degree in computer science from Soongsil University, Seoul, South Korea.                                                                                                                                              

Steve has been successful in driving campaigns for mission-critical technology in the APAC region and his experience and knowledge will add to  ACCF’s strength and advocacy.

The ACCF Board of Directors who were unanimously re-elected at the 2020 AGM for a further term welcome Steve to the Board and look forward to the valuable contribution he will make to our endeavours in Australasia.

The Australasian Critical Communications Forum (ACCF), chapter of TCCA, advocates on behalf of mission and business critical stakeholders in the Australasian region in respect to the development and establishment of global non-proprietary mission and business critical LMR and LTE/5G Broadband standards to ensure that stakeholder and professional user requirements are adequately addressed.

For more information on the Australasian Critical Communictions Forum visit www.criticalcommsforum.com.au