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 MoU represents a commitment by both organisations to “share and support their common interests for promotion and deployment of standardised critical communications technology, solutions and applications globally.” The terms of the MoU state that the organisations will form a joint working group, implementing agreed objectives, as well as facilitating information sharing.
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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