Safe-Net and Nedaa MoU will foster “cooperation and innovation”
The Dubai government’s secure networks provider Nedaa has signed a memorandum of understanding with South Korean national public safety broadband operator Safe-Net.
The signing took place in the presence of HE Mansoor BuOsaiba, Nedaa’s chief executive officer, and Daehyoung Hong, chair of the Safe-Net Forum.
Speaking of the agreement, a spokesperson for both organisations said: “Nedaa and Safe-Net Forum will be working mutually towards the progression of network deployment, operation and application services, and new technologies in the field of public safety and communication. [They] will jointly hold local and international exhibitions, as well as special training workshops.”
HE Mansoor BuOsaiba said: “Nedaa is committed to fostering cooperation, alliance and coordination between the public and private sectors. Signing the MoU with Safe-Net Forum reiterates our goal of providing network services and applications with high international standards.”
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