"As a member, Infinite plans to play an active role to further wireless public policy interests before federal and state regulatory and legislative bodies," Infinite Computer Solutions said in a statement on Tuesday.
A supplier level member, Infinite will look to engage in peer-to-peer dialogue with other CTIA member companies to identify areas of industry improvement and address emerging wireless initiatives to better serve customers.
CTIA members span a broad group of wireless carriers, suppliers and manufacturers, including Verizon Wireless, AT and T, Sprint Nextel Corporation, T-Mobile and more.
"We have a strong understanding of the wireless industry's changing needs as many of our clients are tier one wireless carriers that regularly give feedback regarding their customers' experiences, and current and future technology needs," said Anurag Lal, CEO of Infinite Convergence, a fully owned subsidiary of Infinite in the US.
"As a member of CTIA, we look forward to sharing our own feedback, as well as our customers', to further innovation and move the wireless industry agenda forward," Lal said.
"We are pleased that Infinite has joined CTIA. We look forward to working with their executives on the important issues impacting the wireless industry," said Steve Largent, president and CEO of CTIA.
CTIA coordinates high-profile wireless industry events, including CTIA 2013, and working groups to enhance business development opportunities. Infinite is attending CTIA 2013 May 21-23 and will exhibit in booth 3657.
--IBNS (Posted on 14-05-2013)