Sophia Antipolis, 31 March 2016
Exclusive event includes special focus on HetNet and SON configurations / Tests enable interoperability and drive effective small cell ecosystem / Integration with unlicensed spectrum also included in the available tests
Small Cell Forum, in partnership with ETSI, is to stage its fourth small cell LTE Plugfest in Naples in June. Taking place in TIM specialist labs, the Plugfest will enable key players and suppliers in the small cell marketplace to test their products and solutions for interoperability and reliability in mixed vendor environments.
Now published by ETSI, newly updated global IoT standards from oneM2M will enable interconnection across devices and applications
Sophia Antipolis, 21 March 2016
Next release to incorporate security and interworking across IoT device ecosystems
ETSI has announced today that it has published the complete set of updated oneM2M Release 1 specifications. oneM2M, the global standards initiative for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT), and of which ETSI is a founding partner, recently issued updated editions of its Release 1 global specifications.
Sophia Antipolis, 14 March 2016
Improving emergency communications in Europe!
The first Next Generation 112 (NG112) Emergency Communications PlugtestsTM in Europe is launched today by ETSI and its Emergency Telecommunications (EMTEL) special committee and EENA (the European Emergency Number Association). The aim of the event is to trial independently and jointly all components of the 112 communication chain based on next generation networks.
Sophia Antipolis, 2 March 2016
The International Critical Communications Awards (ICCA) event took place in the Honourable Artillery Company, London, on 26 February.
Sophia Antipolis, 25 February 2016
ETSI is pleased to announce the launch of the User Conference on Advanced Automated Testing (UCAAT) 2016. The conference will take place in Budapest, Hungary, on 26-28 October 2016.
Sophia Antipolis, 22 February 2016
Open Source MANO will deliver an Open Source NFV Management and Orchestration software stack
A new ETSI group has commenced development of Open Source software for Management and Orchestration (MANO) of Network Functions Virtualization (NFV). The open source implementation will be aligned with ETSI’s NFV Industry Specification Group (ISG).
Sophia Antipolis, 26 January 2016
ETSI has opened a new Industry Specification Group to commence work on Next Generation Protocols, looking at evolving communications and networking protocols to provide the scale, security, mobility and ease of deployment required for the connected society of the 21st century. The first meeting of this group took place on 21 January 2016, and was hosted by BSI, the UK National Standards Organization, at their offices in London.
Louisville, Colorado, 15 January 2016
First multi-organization workshop bringing the NFV community together
This week ETSI’s Industry Specification Group for Network Functions Virtualisation (ETSI NFV) convened a ground-breaking industry workshop to align cloud-centric initiatives and network-centric initiatives to ensure successful realization of NFV through automation.
Sophia Antipolis, 22 December 2015
MEC ISG celebrates first anniversary
One year after its first meeting, ETSI's Industry Specification Group on Mobile Edge Computing (ISG MEC) met at ETSI for its fifth meeting and announced three Proofs of Concept demonstrations. Mobile Edge Computing is considered a key technology for future 5G networks and the initiative gained momentum over the last year, with many articles and papers referring to Mobile Edge Computing and market intelligence reports on MEC from IDC, ABI and Gartner, for instance.
Sophia Antipolis, 18 December 2015
Showcasing oneM2M specifications implemented around the world
To address the M2M and IoT market, ETSI held its annual M2M Workshop featuring the oneM2M Showcase from 9 to 11 December in its headquarters at Sophia Antipolis, France. The programme included a wide range of presentations, exciting panel sessions, live surveys as well as demonstrations implementing oneM2M specifications.