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ETSI Headquarters, Sophia Antipolis, France – 17 February 2011

The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) is pleased to announce that it has recently entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with The Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS). The objective is to perform and promote regional and international standardization with the aim of contributing to the establishment of a global information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure. The agreement formalizes an already successful collaboration in 3GPP, the global collaboration for the development of standards for advanced mobile communication technologies, in which ATIS and ETSI are two of six Organizational Partners. The new, formalized relationship between ATIS and ETSI serves to align various common activities and to enable an exchange of knowledge and expertise.


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Sophia Antipolis, France – 1 December 2010

The Members of ETSI meeting at the Institute's 56th General Assembly (GA) in Cannes (France) this week have appointed a new Chairman, a new Vice-Chairman, and re-appointed an existing Vice-Chairman for the GA. The General Assembly is the highest authority of the Institute and is made up of the entire ETSI membership.


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Sophia Antipolis, France - 16 November 2010

The DMR Association, a global industry association dedicated to promote the success of open and interoperable Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) technology and ETSI, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute, have signed a letter of intent to cooperate in the area of Digital Mobile Radio and to work together for their mutual benefit.



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ETSI Headquarters, Sophia Antipolis, France - 26 October 2010

The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) has welcomed the approval by the European Parliament of the Report on the Future of European Standardization¹ prepared by IMCO, the Parliament's Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee. The report contributes to the current debate on the need to review the European standardization system. It was approved by the European Parliament plenary in Strasbourg on Thursday 21 October.


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Transport Standards – the road to tomorrow

ETSI Headquarters, Sophia Antipolis, France - 11 October 2010

ETSI's 2010 innovation-focused conference confirmed the massive opportunities for using Information and Communication Technologies in transport systems, their implementation and the criteria for making them a timely commercial success.


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Sophia Antipolis, France, 29 September 2010

Standards are enablers to bring innovation to the market, and are a crucial tool to help Europe establish its leading place in the global economy,. At the European Innovation Summit, the three European Standardization Organizations will demonstrate the involvement of European Standardization in innovation in fields such as ‘Efficient Energy Provision', ‘Urban and Regional Mobility in the EU' and ‘Electric Vehicles'.


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ETSI Headquarters, Sophia Antipolis, France — 21 September 2010 

The growing recognition of the global significance of machine-to-machine (M2M) communications was amply demonstrated in the first meeting outside Europe of the M2M technical committee of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI). 


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ETSI Headquarters, France 08 September 2010

ETSI's first Machine-to-Machine (M2M) standards workshop, scheduled for 19 to 20 October, looks set to be a huge success, with more than 130 delegates already registered. This high degree of interest reflects the enormous potential that is foreseen for M2M applications and technologies.


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Beijing, China, 31 August 2010


The Telecommunications Technology Association (TTA) of South Korea and ETSI, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute, today announced the renewal of their Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). This renewal confirms the willingness of two major standards development organizations to continue to share their work and expertise in order to contribute to the development of globally-applicable standards for Information and Communications Technologies (ICT).
The new undertaking was signed during the Global Standards Collaboration meeting in Beijing, an annual gathering of senior representatives of the world's leading ICT standards organizations.