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Sophia Antipolis, 25 July 2014

The 19th meeting of the ETSI Special Committee on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR SC) was hosted by the German Federal Network Agency for Electricity, Gas, Telecommunication, Post and Railway, in Mainz (Germany) from 14 to 16 May 2014.

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Sophia Antipolis, 17 July 2014

Standards for Internet of Things (IoT) were the focus of the latest in ETSI’s series of workshops, held on 3-4 July, in Sophia Antipolis, France.  This event was jointly organized with the European Commission, which brought a new perspective to the discussions.

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Sophia Antipolis, 25 June 2014

With a reliable, flexible and eco-friendly standard, ICT goes green

ETSI, a major actor in Information and Communication Technology standardization (ICT), has recently published the DCEM (Data Centre Energy Management) indicator standard, to measure energy efficiency and compare energy management efficiency in data centres.

Sophia Antipolis, 20 June 2014

ETSI’s recent workshop on Human factors in Information and Communication Technology that took place in Sophia Antipolis, France on 3-4 June, identified opportunities to improve the accessibility of ICT products and services, through further standardization and cooperation with all parties who are working on improving human factors in ICT.

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Sophia Antipolis, France – 11 June 2014

Innovative ideas and best practices from users to users in advanced automated testing

This year, the international ETSI User Conference on Advanced Automated Testing (UCAAT) will be held in Munich, on 16-18 September. Dedicated to advanced test automation, the upcoming conference will cover testing in a variety of industrial sectors.

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Sophia Antipolis, 6 June 2014

An open workshop jointly organized by the European Commission’s DG CONNECT and ETSI on machine-to-machine smart appliances took place in Brussels on 27-28 May. Presentations outlined ETSI’s objectives and presented the scope of the European Commission’s study. ETSI’s and TNO’s approach - TNO being the organization in charge of the report to the EC - reached wide acceptation by the audience.

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Sophia Antipolis, 2 June 2014

Standard gives industry a uniform way to measure climate impact

ETSI and ITU have decided to jointly develop a standard to assess the direct environmental impact of ICT goods, networks and services, as well as their indirect impact on the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of non-ICT industry sector.