ETSI issues new specification for embedded communication modules for machine to machine communications
Sophia Antipolis, 18 November 2014
ETSI’s Industry Specification Group (ISG) for Surface Mount Technique (SMT) has released its group specification for embedded communication modules for machine to machine communications.
Sophia Antipolis, 10 November 2014
Industry-leading vendors and operators come together to present and demonstrate the latest advances in M2M and Internet of Things technologies
Sophia Antipolis, 30 October 2014
IT and cloud-computing capabilities in close proximity to mobile subscribers
ETSI is launching a new Industry Specification Group (ISG) for Mobile-edge Computing (MEC). The initiative was announced during the SDN & OpenFlow World Congress in Dusseldorf in Germany, taking place from 14-17 October. The first meeting of the group will take place, December 2-4, 2014 in Munich, Germany.
Sophia Antipolis, 28 October 2014
ETSI, in partnership with the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC), organized its second Quantum-Safe Crypto workshop on 6-7 October in Ottawa, Canada. The workshop was aimed at developing short and medium term objectives needed to reach the goal of a quantum-safe cryptographic infrastructure. Indeed since quantum computers will be able to break certain cryptographic keys, it is then essential to work on a quantum-safe system.
Sophia Antipolis, 22 October 2014
The second workshop jointly organized by the European Commission’s DG CONNECT and ETSI on smart appliances took place at ETSI in Sophia Antipolis on 14 October.
ETSI’s Director General, Mr. Luis Jorge Romero, named one of Global Telecoms Business Power100 for 2014
Sophia Antipolis, 2 October 2014
Global Telecoms Business magazine and website has named Luis Jorge Romero, Director General of ETSI, as one of the most powerful people in the telecommunications industry worldwide, joining top executives from the industry’s leading companies.
Sophia Antipolis, 30 September 2014
Billions of connected objects now have the solution for low throughput connectivity
ETSI’s standardization group dedicated to Low Throughput Networks technology has just released the first three specifications of an Internet of Things (IoT) network dedicated to low throughput communications.
Sophia Antipolis, 29 September 2014
The largest standardization body for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications is set to host a showcase event to demonstrate the newest release of specifications that enable large-scale implementation of the Internet of Things
Sophia Antipolis, 9 September 2014
A new ETSI Standard – the ‘Green Abstraction Layer (GAL)’ – enables operators for the first time to manage the energy consumption of telecom networks easily, offsetting network performance and capacity against energy costs.
Sophia-Antipolis, France, 7 August 2014
oneM2M, the Global Partnership developing standards for Machine‐to‐Machine (M2M) communications and the Internet‐of‐Things (IoT) announced that its initial Candidate Release of Technical Specifications is now available for public comment.