Bandwidth, a software company focused on communications technologies, has long been an active participant with CTIA. Companies like Google, Skype, and Ring Central use Bandwidth APIs to easily embed voice, messaging and 9-1-1 access into diverse software and applications.
“I’m delighted to welcome John to CTIA’s Board,” said CTIA President and CEO Meredith Attwell Baker. “Bandwidth is a valued CTIA member and we look forward to collaborating further as we accelerate the deployment of next-generation 5G wireless networks.”
"CTIA plays a very important role for the wireless industry. We’re excited to be part of the association and look forward to continuing to lead the future of messaging with CTIA and its messaging working groups,” said Murdock.
Murdock has been with Bandwidth for the past decade, is a board member and previously served as general counsel. Before that, he founded a specialized law firm focused on complex civil litigation. He served on active duty as a US Marine Corps officer with combat experience.
CTIA® (www.ctia.org) represents the U.S. wireless communications industry and the companies throughout the mobile ecosystem that enable Americans to lead a 21st century connected life. The association’s members include wireless carriers, device manufacturers, suppliers as well as apps and content companies. CTIA vigorously advocates at all levels of government for policies that foster continued wireless innovation and investment. The association also coordinates the industry’s voluntary best practices, hosts educational events that promote the wireless industry and co-produces the industry’s leading wireless tradeshow. CTIA was founded in 1984 and is based in Washington, D.C.