ATDI’s relationship with national spectrum regulators continues to broaden and deepen.
Following the company’s recent consultation work with the authorities in Bhutan and Zambia, ATDI has now extended its 20-year-plus partnership with ANFR in France. The new agreement means ANFR is renewing its commitment to licenses for ATDI’s ICS telecom EV and ICS manager software suite.
Working with regulators around the world has been a core part of ATDI’s business since its founding 28 years ago. “It is most gratifying that regulators rely on ATDI software and expertise to conduct their vital work,” says ATDI vice-president Gilles Missud. “For regulators in developing nations like Bhutan and Zambia to come to us as well as ANFR in a mature economy like France shows ATDI’s flexibility and that our software and services are applicable to virtually any market conditions.
“In France, just as in other industrialized nations, the massive growth in spectrum usage and the increasing pressure to make new frequencies available is a major problem for the regulator. ATDI will continue to do what it can to relieve some of that pressure.”