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Standardization Market – ITU-T role Presented at the Seminar on Future Network Evolution 14 May 2001, Caracas, Venezuela by Houlin ZHAO Director, Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB) International Telecommunication Union, Geneva Place des Nations - CH-1211 Geneva 20 - Switzerland

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Standardization Market – ITU-T role

Presented at the

Seminar on Future Network Evolution14 May 2001, Caracas, Venezuela

by

Houlin ZHAO

Director, Telecommunication Standardization Bureau (TSB)

International Telecommunication Union, Geneva

Place des Nations - CH-1211 Geneva 20 - Switzerland

Tel: +41 22 730 5851

Fax: +41 22 730 5853

E-mail: [email protected]

ITU Home page address: http://www.itu.int


1837Invention of the first electric telegraph

1844Samuel Morse sent his first public message over a telegraph Iinebetween Washington and Baltimore

1865Foundation of the International Telegraph Union by twenty States

17 Maywith the adoption of the first Convention. First Telegraph Regulations.

1876Alexander Graham Bell patents his invention of the telephone

1924Paris - Creation of CCIF (International Telephone Consultative Committee)

1925Paris - Creation of CCIT (International Telegraph Consultative Committee)

1927Washington - Creation of the CCIR (Intl. Radio Consultative Committee)

1932Madrid - Plenipotentiary Conference. Telegraph Union changes name to

International Telecommunication Union

1947ITU becomes a Specialized Agency of the United Nations

1956Geneva - CCIF and CCIT merged into CCITT (International

Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee)

1992Geneva - Plenipotentiary Conference. Creation of 3 Sectors:

ITU-T replaces CCITT, ITU-R replaces IFRB, CCIR, and ITU-D replaces TCD

1999/7ITU becomes a founding Member of PSO of ICANN

ITU Landmarks


New Structure of the ITU


CCITT (International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee):

19561st Plenary Assembly

19602nd Plenary AssemblyRed Books

19643rd Plenary AssemblyBlue Books

19684th Plenary AssemblyWhite Books

19725th Plenary AssemblyGreen Books

19766th Plenary AssemblyOrange Books

19807th Plenary AssemblyYellow Books

19848th Plenary AssemblyRed Books

19889th Plenary AssemblyBlue Books

ITU-T (International Telecommunication Union - Telecom. Standardization Sector):

1993 1st World Telecommunication Standardization Conference (WTSC-93), Helsinki

1996 2nd World Telecommunication Standardization Conference (WTSC-96), Geneva

2000 3rd World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly (WTSA-2000),Montreal

CCITT and ITU-T


"The functions of the Telecommunication Standardization Sector

shall be, bearing in mind the particular concerns of the developing

countries, to fulfill the purposes of the Union relating to

telecommunication standardization, as stated in Article 1 of this

Constitution, by studying technical, operating and tariff Questions

and adopting Recommendations on them with a view to

standardizing telecommunications on a worldwide basis"

Functions of ITU-T


(Others: such as ISO, IEC, ISOC/IETF, INTELSAT, INMARSAT, EUTELSAT,ETSI, CEPT…)

ITU-T Members


Organizational Structure of ITU-T


Study Group 2: Operational aspects of service provision, networks and performanceStudy Group 3: Tariff and accounting principles including related telecommunications economic and policy issuesStudy Group 4: Telecommunication management, including TMN

Study Group 5: Protection against electromagnetic environment effectsStudy Group 6: Outside plantStudy Group 7: Data networks and open system communications

Study Group 9: Integrated broadband cable networks and television and sound transmission Study Group 10: Languages and general software aspects for telecommunication systems

NEW STRUCTURE (1)


Study Group 11: Signalling requirements and protocolsStudy Group 12: End-to-end transmission performance of networks and terminalsStudy Group 13: Multi-protocol and IP-based networks and their internetworkingStudy Group 15: Optical and other transport networksStudy Group 16: Multimedia services, systems and terminalsSpecial Study Group: IMT-2000 and beyond

TSAG

NEW STRUCTURE (2)


Approval of new and revised Recommendations -

Sequence of events (TAP)


(a)

3 weeks

4 weeks

LC

(b)

SG

Director’s

Meeting

Announcement

(c)

and Posting

SG or

Edited

Director’s

WP

Text

Announcement

for LC

and Posting

Meeting

3 weeks

(b)

for LC

AR

(a)

(b)

Approved

(a)

Comment

Director’s

Resolution

Announcement

Director’s

Edited

and Posting

Notification

Text

for AR

Available

LC:

Last Call

AR:

Additional Review

AAP Sequence of Events


Approval and publication time of Recommendations


Note: 1. Approx. 300 texts per year during 1997-2000

2. About 180 common texts between ITU-T and ISO/IEC JTC 1

3. ITU-T publishes handbooks and Operational Bulletin

Recommendations in force


Series AOrganization of the work of the ITU-T

Series BMeans of expression: definitions, symbols, classification

Series CGeneral telecommunication statistics

Series DGeneral tariff principles

Series EOverall network operation, telephone service,

service operation and human factors

Series FNon-telephone telecommunication services

Series GTransmission systems and media, digital systems and networks

Series HAudiovisual and multimedia systems

Series IIntegrated services digital network

ITU-T Recommendations Series (1)


Series JTransmission of television, sound programme and

other multimedia signals

Series KProtection against interference

Series LConstruction, installation and protection of cables and other

elements of outside plant

Series MTMN and network maintenance: international transmission

systems, telephone circuits, telegraphy, facsimile and

leased circuits

Series NMaintenance: international sound programme and

television transmission circuits

Series OSpecifications of measuring equipment

Series PTelephone transmission quality, telephone installations,

local line networks

ITU-T Recommendations Series (2)


Series QSwitching and signalling

Series RTelegraph transmission

Series STelegraph services terminal equipment

Series TTerminals for telematic services

Series UTelegraph switching

Series VData communication over the telephone network

Series XData networks and open system communication

Series YGlobal information infrastructure

Series ZProgramming languages

ITU-T Recommendations Series (3)


2000 - Best selling texts(in the order of sales number):

H.323 (09/99)G.703G.723.1Q.931G.711X.690G.704G.723 Annex AV.90E.164X.680H.323 (02/98)G.692H.263G.729G.826G.957H.225.0G.729 Annex AV.34

Some other well-known Recommendations

E.190E.212G.720-seriesG.990-series (xDSL)G.982H.245H.248H.324H.450I.365I.432I.731J.112J.117M.3000M.3200M.3210Q.1700-seriesT.30T.37T.38V.44V.59V.92X.25X.36X.208X.509 X.840-seriesY.1310Y.1540

Best Sellers


Three major items:

-IP-related issues

-IMT-2000

-Accounting rates

Other items:

-Multi-media, access networks (xDSL), optical transmission,security, numbering and addressing, inter-operabilities, IPR, etc.

Promotion

ITU-T's main work areas


Intergovernment

ITU-T

NGOsISO,IEC,IEEE, ETSI, ECMATTC, Committee T1,ARIB, TIA, SCTE

Task Force

IETF

Forums & Consortia

1394TA3GPP3GPP2AIMAMFAMI-CAOEMAAOWATMFBINTERMSBluetoothCable ModemsCBOPCDGCIFCIICommerceNetCommerceNet JCOSCTFJDHFDISADOPGDSLFECEECHONETECOMECTFEDIFICEEEMAEIDXEMAEMFERTICOEWOSFCIAFCIA-JFIPAFRFFSANGSM Assoc.HNFHome APIHomePNAHRFWGIDB ForumIFIPIFSAIMTCIMWAIrDAITS AmericaITS UKJAVAJCTEAJECALSJEDICJEMAJICSAPJIMMJMFLONMARKMCPCMDG.orgMITFMMCFMobile WebMOPAMPLSFMSForumMWIFOASISODVAOIFOMGOSGiPCCAPCISIGPCMCIAPHS MoUPICMGPOFSalutationSCFSDRSSIPGSTATINA-CTMForumTOGTSCUMTSUSBIFUWCCW3CWAPWDFWeb 3DWfMCWIN ForumWLIFXTP Forum

ITU-T position in the market


(Note – Cisco: 13)

Top Members participation (07/98-08/00)


World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly (WTSA-2000)

Montreal /Canada

27 September - 6 October 2000

_______________________________________________________________

Chairman of the Assembly: Mr. M. Israel (Canada)

Vice-Chairmen of the Assembly: Mr. B. Horton (Australia)

Mrs. M.-T. Alajouanine (France)

Mr. Y. Pavlenko (Russia)

Mr. M. Marouf (Syria)

Mr. G. Adanusa (Ghana)

Vice-Chair of Committee 2:Mrs. S. Jalife (Mexico)

Participation : 650 delegates from 86 countries

WTSA-2000


  • approved the reports for the 1997-2000 activities

  • approved Recommendations:

    - Rec. D.140, Annex E (transitional tariff and accounting arrangements) - Rec. D.iii, now called “Rec. D.50” (cost-sharing principle

    for internet traffic)

  • established a Special Study Group on IMT-2000 and beyond

  • Chairmen and Vice-Chairmen of SGs nominated

  • Recommendation A.AAP, now called “Rec. A.8”, (Alternative Approval Procedures), quicker, WEB consultation

  • EDH (Electronic Data Handling);

    • e-mail, tele-conferencing, e-consulting, paperless meeting

  • TSAG (Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group):

  • more power

WTSA-2000 results


  • “Associate”: Sfr. 10.500 per year (1/3 of Sector Membership fee)

     Reform of ITU-T

  • Resolution 17: Telecommunication standardization in relation to the interests of developing countries:

    - to cooperate with ITU regional office, possibly to hold ITU-T meetings in the region;

    - to strengthen cooperation with regional organizations;

    - to provide free electronic access to Recommendations if approved by the Council;

    - to encourage participation of developing countries in ITU-T activities;

    - to hold information meetings;

    - to assist developing countries with technical priority studies.

WTSA-2000 results


  • “AAP” launched on 29 January 2001: 25 out of 26 technicalRecommendations approved by 28 February 2001; all technicalRecommendations will follow AAP.

  • At its recent meeting in March 2001, TSAG decided to merge SG 7 andSG 10 into SG 17.

  • Organize SG meetings and workshops in regions.

  • Encourage more countries (Member States and Sector Members)to participate in the SG activities.

ITU-T/TSB activities in 2001


WTSA-2000 preparatory briefing, invited by CITEL to the PCC.I meeting,Margarita, Venezuela, June 2000

TAL meetings in Tobago (March 1999), Rio de Janeiro (November 1999),one in 2001?

- ITU-T SG 16 meeting and workshop, San Diego, Chile, May 1999

- ITU-T SG 13 meeting and workshop, Caracas, Venezuela, May 2001

- ITU-T SG 16 meeting and workshop, Porto Seguro, Brazil, May/June 2001

Other seminars to be organized.

ITU-T/TSB activities in Latin America since 1999


21 Sector Members from 12 countries

5 regional organizations (ASETA, OTI; CITEL, COMTELCA, CTU)

Increasing participation to SG activities, but still very low level(except for SG 3), and Brazil is an exception

Vice-Chairmen from Latin America

SG 2:Mr. E. A. Matarazzo (Brazil)

SG 16:Mr. S.F. de Campos Neto (Brazil)

SSG:Mr. B. Ramos (Brazil)

Tariff Group for Latin America (TAL):

Chairman:Mr. J. Goncalves Neto (Brazil)

Latin American involvement with ITU-T


High quality of ITU Recommendations to ensure:

global INTERCONNECTIVITY and INTEROPERABILITY of products

high quality of services and systems

ITU is the unique global and intergovernmental organization forglobal telecom standards, making efforts to keep its preeminent statusto serve its members (e.g. SSG on IMT-2000 and Beyond)

ITU-T targets


Encourage more Sector Members (service providers) from this Regionto participate in the technical SG activities

Change mentality and policy

under market-driven principles- market in Latin America + you manage your own markets;

this region has expertise;

from your contacts with top-level worldwide experts in theSG activities, to learn new trends of technology development,to defend your own interests, to get confidence and to contribute to the global telecom standardization withyour values.

Latin American participation in ITU-T


Problems: limited financial resources, and no fellowships available fortechnical SGs

Solution:

Regional cooperation

Sharing responsibility on subjects among countries and representing the regional/groups at the ITU-T meetings

E-mail consultation:

-free ITU TIES accounts for ITU Members

-free electronic access to ITU Recommendations forITU Members

Contact TSB directly or through regional organizations

ITU-T strengthen its presence in this region, organize meetings inthis region

 SEE YOU MORE AND MORE in ITU-T!

Latin American participation in ITU-T


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