ITU-T Study Group 4 Telecommunication Management. David J. Sidor. Contents. Terms of reference Highlights of achievements Telecommunication Management Collaboration: FGs / JCA Future work Supplemental slides. Terms of Reference.
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Responsible for studies regarding the management of telecommunication services, networks, and equipment, including support for next-generation networks (NGN) and the application and evolution of the telecommunication management network (TMN) framework.
Additionally, it is responsible for other telecommunication management studies relating to designations, transport-related operations procedures, and test and measurement techniques and instrumentation.
Produced the NGN Management Specification Roadmap, a compendium of approved and emerging management interface specifications developed by the ITU-T and other SDOs and forums that were judged relevant to support the management of ITU-T’s NGN.
Identified, stimulated, and tracked the harmonization of overlapping management specifications
David Sidor has been involved in ITU-T standardization activities since 1980. He became active in SGs 4 and 11 TMN activities in 1987 and led the generation and served as editor of various TMN Recommendations. Since 1991, he has represented Nortel Networks (USA) and served as the chairman of the ITU-T Joint Coordination Group on TMN, SG 4 WP chairman, and SG 4 chairman since 1996.
Under his chairmanship, SG 4 first changed TMN into a multi-paradigm framework by embracing market-supported IT and IP-based technologies and then evolved TMN framework to support NGN, realigned its mission to emphasize the definition of management information regardless of the underlying interface technology, and established partnerships and collaborative activities with other standards organizations to achieve its goals, including sponsorship of relevant focus groups and a JCA.