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The Role of National ICT SDOs for advancing Innovation and Global Standardization

The Role of National ICT SDOs for advancing Innovation and Global Standardization

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The Role of National ICT SDOs for advancing Innovation and Global Standardization

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  1. Global Standardization Symposium (GSS)(Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 19 November 2012) The Role of National ICT SDOs for advancing Innovation and Global Standardization Prof Dr Ramjee Prasad, IEEE, IET, IETE Fellow Founding Chairman GISFI ramjee.prasad@gisfi.org

  2. About GISFI GISFI Global ICT Standardisation Forum for India Standardization Research • Indian Industry Leadership • Functioning as TSDO, after getting approval from DOT, • Peer to Peer relationship with ITU, GSC, ARIB, TTC, TIA, ETSI, WWRF…. • Indian Academia Leadership • Align & drive SDO • Global Research Collaboration • GISFI PhD Program • I4CT

  3. GISFI Members • Members • Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) • Vihaan Networks Limited (VNL) • Tejas Networks • CISCO • IIOT • Communication Multimedia And Infrastructure (CMAI) Association of India • NIKSUN • NEC • Ericsson • Motorola • Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) • HUAWEI • Samsung • VERISERVE • WIP Labs • IIT- Hyderabad • IIIT-Allahabad • Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies, Hyderabad, India • Sinhgad Technical Education Society • HMR Institute of Technology and Management • Birla Institute of Technology • Individual members from Indian industries, operators and academic institutions • Collaborators and Supporters • Supported by Telecommunication Engineering Centre (TEC), DoT, Government of India • Supported by Telecom Equipment Manufacturers Association of India (TEMA) • ITU-T Sector Member • ETSI • ARIB • TTC • TIA • WWRF • IEEE and OMA in process • GSC (invited as observer in China and Canada) • CJK (invited as a participant in Japan) • YRP (Yokosuka Research Park)

  4. GISFI WGs • Krishna Sirohi, I2TB-SPPL • Leader Technical Standard Committee

  5. GISFI’s Chosen Incremental Standardization Model India heading to expand heavily into rural area with state of art telecom infrastructure and broadband services. Existing Standards New Global Standards Additional Needs New URBAN Requirements

  6. GISFI status so-far: Within India • GISFI’s work plan is aligned with NTP 2012 objectives. Government to review and propose modifications to GISFI outputs so far to ensure consistency with Government strategy of Telecom growth in India. • Consolidation of what we have done so far: • Created Standardization eco-system in India • GISFI has obtained wide recognition within India • Industry, operator and academia membership • Identified 7 Key Standardization Areas (SA) and established Technical Working Groups) per SA • Identified key Indian specific requirements per SA • Gathered global standardisation intelligence per SA

  7. The Government direction for telecom growth in India 1/2 • India’s huge telecom equipment requirements are to be largely met by the Domestic products. Domestic product includes : • the product designed and developed in India and IPR in India. • product manufactured in India but the IPRs abroad. • India does not remain only the consumer of the available products as they offer sub-optimal solution for the India specific problems. • New ‘Era’ of Product Innovations is visualized during in the near term (i.e. the 2010-2020) to meet the India specific needs, minimize Indian dependency on foreign products in telecom and also get a share of global market in telecom.

  8. The Government direction for telecom growth in India 2/2 • The new products of this ‘Era’ : • based on the existing technologies and standards. • with suitable alternations to makes the new telecom infrastructure sustainable and suitable to Indian needs. • The Indian needs includes: • cost effectiveness • energy efficiency • suitable to Indian environment • The specific needs of Indian masses in rural area. • “Self Reliance” in Telecom Equipments to address: • ‘Economic’ and ‘Network Security’ issues in India. • TSDO is expected to help nation in achieving the set objectives in NTP.

  9. What GISFI Doesfor Indian Standardization and Economy Defines a National Program of technology/services required for Indian ICT needs . Focuses on Indian requirement , find gaps of existing standards and work towards filling those gaps, develop new standards. Proposes New Standards for adoption as national Standards. Collaborates with international SDOs and carry out the standards development program with global cooperation. Contributes to international standard organizations including ITU. Creates knowledge group in India that is pooled from the best resources from Industry, R&D Organizations and Academic research institutions and contributes to Government policy makers, regulator to meet national needs.

  10. GISFI status so-far: R&D and skilled manpower building • Research & Development promotion is in key agenda for GISFI • I4CT initiative of Research & Technical Education • Setting up its own institute of higher learning near Mumbai • GISFI PhD Program • Already 70 Indian PhD scholars in foreign university with Indian professors of prominence as their Indian guides • Creating quality manpower for R&D and higher technical education • R&D promotion & IPR Creation by Indian researchers is prime focus • R&D Collaboration with major research institutions globally • GISFI initiative of India is already recognized in top US & Europe Universities like Princeton, Stanford, Aalborg

  11. Benefits of GISFI for India Common Platform for working together to lead single national program. Direction for Product Companies for meaningful product definition. Alignment of Academic research to support Industry’s product development plan Academic Research to remain ahead of TSDO work plan to remain in guidance position. Earn global reputation to the nation based on its successful deliveries and working models

  12. Benefits of GISFI Standards

  13. GISFI & India GISFI has already established collaboration process with TEC’s National Working Groups (NWG) to make national Indian contribution to ITU GISFI to make same contributions to other standardisation forum such as 3GPP, Global Standards Collaboration (GSC), and M2M GISFI and CDOT to work together to ensure CDOT products (and Indian IPRs) are part of global standards GISFI has contributed in Green Telecom, Cloud Computing and IMT-Advanced initiative of TRAI

  14. Standardisation, Higher Research and Education Standards are part of every entrepreneurial strategy for business growth in a modern digital economy To ensure that technology developments are fully beneficial for industry, governments and consumers alike, they need to be interoperable. Therefore, research innovation and standardization must go hand in hand.

  15. Joint ITU-GISFI Event on Bridging the Standardization Gap: Sustainable Rural Communicaitons Hosted by: HUAWEI, India Venue: TheOberoi 37-39, M.G Road; Bangalore- 560 001; India Contact person for room booking based on special rates: Ms. VibhaShetty Assistant Sales Manager, National Sales - Bangalore T: +91 (80) 25585858 Extn: 8117 D: +91 (80) 41358117 M: +91 (0) 9886055867 E: vibha.shetty@oberoigroup.com F: +91 (80) 41358158 W: www.oberoihotels.com Bangalore, India 17 - 20 December, 2012