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ETSI

ETSI

(European Telecommunications Standards Institute, Sophia Antipolis technical park, Nice, France, www.etsi.org) A non-profit membership organization founded in 1988, dedicated to standardizing information and communication technologies (ICT) throughout Europe. It promotes worldwide standards for telecommunications, broadcasting and medical electronics, and its efforts are coordinated with the ITU. With members from more than 50 countries, any European organization proving an interest in promoting European standards may represent itself in ETSI.
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Over 200 engineers and 48 organizations were involved in the preparation and running of the event, which was organized by the ETSI Centre for Testing and Interoperability and hosted by ETSI in Sophia Antipolis, France, from 15-19 January 2018.
1330 "Energy efficiency measurement and metrics for telecommunication network", was developed by ITU-T Study Group 5 in cooperation with the ETSI Technical Committee on Environmental Engineering and in liaison with the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) and the GSM Association (GSMA).
The Assembly's primary goals included deciding the future strategy of ETSI, concluding external relations and co-operation agreements with other standards bodies and discussing such topics as development and promotion of M2M and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV).
The HIPERMAN standard is intended to provide an interoperable air interface for Fixed Wireless Access systems in the 2 - 11 GHz bands in Europe and other parts of the world that follow ETSI standards.
The collaborative portal, meanwhile, features access to data for each ETSI technical body.
In recent years, AMP's most significant standards challenges have come from European and other international organizations, such as CEN, CENELEC, and ETSI.
The ETSI Technical Committee M2M is defining the end-to-end M2M service platform and the intermediate service layer that are key components of the horizontal M2M solution.
This new ETSI report provides a broader cybersecurity context building on the NIS Directive or the ENISA Standardization Gaps Report, declares Charles Brookson, chairman of ETSI TC CYBER.
The ETSI ITS TC is working on the standards that enable new technologies that allow vehicles to communicate and co-operate with road units and with other vehicles.
ETSI is composed of European and global service providers and vendors alike, as well as regulators and administrations.
In order to minimise the risk, ETSI has strengthened the requirement for early disclosure of intellectual property rights essential for implementing a standard.
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