We produce globally applicable standards for ICT-enabled systems, applications and services deployed across all sectors of industry and society
on 28 October
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The Programme Committee is reformatting the event into online sessions. Information about upcom...
The Virtual Executive Conference debating on the state of the quantum threat and quantum risk m...
ETSI and KREAB invite you to a high-level virtual event on 28 October and to share your ideas on a s...
3:00 pm CET (2:00 pm UTC) to 4:00 pm CEST - on ETSI BRIGHTTALK CHANNEL The ever pervasive...
3:00 pm CET (2:00 pm UTC) to 4:15 pm CEST - on ETSI BRIGHTTALK CHANNEL Achieving security...
ETSI, with the support of the European Commission, ETSI TC MSG, the sAFE 112 project and EENA, ...
ETSI is pleased to endorse the 5G India 2020 Virtual Conference & Exhibition on 4 November ...
ETSI is pleased to endorse the 2020 IEEE Conference on Network Functions Virtualization and Software...
A standardization framework enabling developers to build interoperable mobile apps for proximity detection and anonymous identification and allowing the development of interoperable systems to automatically trace and inform potentially infected users.
Cybersecurity is one of the most complex technological issues, it is therefore essential to understand the challenges of today and those that we will face in the future. Our brand new video aims to show how ETSI brings together all stakeholders in the connected world to produce robust and globally applicable cybersecurity standards.
NFV will simplify the roll-out of network services, reducing deployment and operational costs, and facilitating network management automation. It is a necessary ingredient in the brewing of next-generation networks, and in particular the emerging 5G.
Wherever you are in the world, if you are involved in ICT-enabled systems, applications or services, ETSI offers you a truly inclusive environment. ETSI provides the opportunities, resources and platforms to understand, shape, drive and collaborate on globally applicable standards. ETSI standards facilitate interoperability, security, and competitive advantage across all sectors of industry and society.
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“From my long experience in various standards bodies, I can tell you that ETSI is one of the best standardization organizations in the world.” — Mr. Arkady Zaslavsky, Deakin University Australia
“ETSI provides a versatile platform for research institutes to interact with industry and SDOs in mutually beneficial ways.” — Dr. Philip Makedonski, Senior Researcher, University of Goettingen | Vice-Chairman ETSI TC MTS
“The longstanding cooperation & membership of 5GIC in ETSI has proven to be highly valuable to our researchers and academics. ETSI also helps our researchers to work closely with industry from many companies and different sectors.” — Professor Rahim Tafazolli, Regius Professor, Director of ICS/5GIC, The University of Surrey
“At ETSI I’ve found an impressive group of people. It’s being my pleasure to work with you all to demonstrate how our societies can benefit from technology standardization.” — Miguel Garcia-Menendez, Chief Process, risk & compliance Officer, Alastria
“ETSI is really a global leader in transparent and collegial creation of innovative standards and I speak from personal experience in dozens of SDOs. Tiny SMEs, or user groups, or global conglomerates discuss eye-to-eye and all views can be included.” — Lindsay Frost, Chief Standardisation Engineer, NEC Labs Europe
“Getting involved in standardization demystifies the standardization process. Outsiders believe that ETSI staff create the standards by magic, but if you participate you learn that it is done by voluntary contributions from members and that as a participating member you can have a real impact on the standards.” — Jo Dewaele, Enterprise Architect & Project Portfolio Manager, ASTRID
“At ISARA we view ETSI as being one of the preeminent standards groups around the world and we therefore needed to be part of this, the main benefit is access to the broader community that are setting the standards that are used around the world.” — Mike Brown, Chief Technology Officer and Co-Founder, ISARA
“Having been a National Standards Organization since the creation of ETSI we have been involved in all the exciting standardization activities. As an ETSI Member we also happily contribute to the preparation of all types of deliverables. We are proud of being #TheStandardsPeople!” — Martin Arndt, Standardization Manager, DKE
“At ETSI we not only have a chance to have a voice in latest technology standards in areas of strategic importance for us, but also forge partnerships with other players in the industry.” — Shivom Aggarwal, Head of R&D Projects / Data Scientist, EURA NOVA
“Through ETSI membership we will be able to benefit from new innovative developments and greater visibility due to being part of a whole ecosystem of first-rate technological players. Our member status will also be a tremendous asset in ensuring we are at the forefront of upcoming 5G developments.” — Daniel Dédisse, co-founder and CTO of VOGO
“We have been participating in ETSI for over 17 years during which time our audio business has grown phenomenally. We have used ETSI publications as a foundation for the requirements of the other standards organizations that we participate in.” — Ted Laverty, VP Strategy & Standards, DTS Licensing (NI) Ltd
“ETSI acts as a catalyst, attracting all interested parties in the discussion on the evolution of Information and Communication Technology for rail, and the Agency is very proud to be an active member since 2017 and to contribute to the standardization.” — Thomas Chatelet, Project Manager, European Union Agency for Railways
“Many challenges have to be addressed regarding the integration of existing agricultural sector standards and those from the telecommunication sector. Bridges can be built, and ETSI, I think, is the good place to start.” — Christophe Gossard, John Deere GmbH & Co. KG
“We have felt welcome in the ETSI family from day one. Your ideas get the best start in ETSI’s flat organization where it is not far from thought to action.” — Marika Vindbjerg, Senior Consultant, Dansk Standard
“ETSI enabled us to expand our network and share our experience with leaders. We have gained access to major projects in our expert field (subjective audio and video quality testing) via ETSI and 3GPP.” — Prof. Ing. Jan Holub, Ph.D., Mesaqin.com s.r.o (Ltd.)