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IoT ecosystem expands significantly with new global standards from oneM2M

Sophia Antipolis, 29 September 2016

The full potential of the Internet of Things (IoT) advanced significantly today as oneM2M, the global standards initiative for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications and the IoT, published a new landmark set of specifications, Release 2.

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ETSI recognized in international Smart City framework

Sophia Antipolis, 27 September 2016

ETSI welcomes the recognition by the White House of our participation in an international group developing a Smart City Framework. The announcement comes on the opening of the Smart Cities Week event in Washington D.C.

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ETSI brings virtualization of telecommunication networks closer with announcement of NFV Release 2

Sophia Antipolis, 27 September 2016

NFV Architectural Framework gains further traction as greater breadth of key parameters are determined

ETSI has today announced the availability of the NFV Release 2 specifications, delivering requirements, interfaces and information models for Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV).

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ETSI launches first European live trial for Intelligent Transport Systems

Sophia Antipolis, 20 September 2016

Testing event in Livorno to show convergence between IoT and ITS

Today, ETSI announces its 5th ETSI ITS PlugtestTM, a two week testing event for co-operative transport systems focusing on vehicle-to-vehicle and vehicle-to-infrastructure communications.

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Join ETSI at IQC workshop on Quantum-Safe Cryptography

Sophia Antipolis, 8 September 2016

The 4th ETSI/IQC Workshop will take place in Toronto, Canada, from 19 to 21 September 2016. The event is organized by ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) and the Institute for Quantum Computing and sponsored by ISARA and Evolutionq.

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Register now for ETSI’s UCAAT conference in Budapest!

Sophia Antipolis, 7 September 2016

Don’t miss out on the early bird rate: book before 15 September

ETSI’s User Conference on Advanced Automated Testing (UCAAT) 2016, now in its fourth year, is an annual, international conference dedicated to application aspects of automated testing including model-based, cloud and mobile testing, test methodologies and management and standardized test specification by focusing on the practical challenges that industry often faces.

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ETSI’s HbbTV 2.0.1 standard implemented in the UK and Italy

Sophia Antipolis, 6 September 2016

Over 20 countries worldwide benefit from HbbTV services

The newly published ETSI specification TS 102 796 V1.4.1 on hybrid broadcast broadband TV (HbbTV) will allow the United Kingdom and Italy to implement the latest technologies in their receivers.

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ETSI first Mobile Edge Computing Proof of Concepts at MEC World Congress

Sophia Antipolis, 1 September 2016

ETSI is pleased to announce that the first ETSI MEC PoC Zone will be part of MEC World Congress, taking place from 20 to 22 September 2016 in Munich.

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Significant milestone for Smart City development

Sophia Antipolis, 25 August 2016

Major standards organizations from around the world agree to work together to help move cities faster to greater smartness

In the wake of the World Smart City Forum, which was held on 13 July 2016 in Singapore, representatives of IEC, ISO, ITU, IEEE, CEN-CENELEC and ETSI gathered for a meeting initiated by the IEC. This, meeting was a global first and part of an ongoing dialog among standards organizations.  The aim was to accelerate and better align Smart City standardization work, which is essential for successful Smart City deployment. Between 60% and 70% of humanity is expected to be living in urban environments by 2050. 

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ETSI NFV renews leadership team, prepares for Release 3

Sophia Antipolis, 28 July 2016

Diego Lopez, Telefonica, elected as ETSI NFV Chairman from 1 August 2016

ETSI’s Industry Specification Group for Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) has renewed its leadership team and established a new structure to meet the demands of its forthcoming set of protocol and data model specifications.

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