‘Designing tomorrow’s world’: ETSI introduces its new strategy in line with its ambitious vision
Sophia Antipolis, 5 May 2021
Today ETSI is pleased to introduce its new strategy, the result of an intensive development process over the last months, validated at the ETSI General Assembly in December 2020.
Titled ‘Designing tomorrow’s world’, the strategy builds on a recognition of the global importance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for a sustainable development and to support the digital transformation of society.
“To design our strategy, we have taken a holistic view of the main socioeconomic, policy and technology trends characterizing the ecosystem where ETSI operates and that impact our activities” states Luis Jorge Romero, ETSI Director-General.
Supported by ETSI’s innovative, market driven community, ETSI’s vision is to be at the forefront of new Information and Communication Technology and to lead the development of standards that enable a sustainable and securely connected society. To deliver this vision, ETSI will follow a path marked by 5 Key Strategic Directions:
- Being at the Heart of Digital
ETSI is at the forefront of the standardization of new and existing digital technologies and the preferred point of call for ICT related standardization. ETSI enables comprehensive end-to-end ICT architectures and technologies, including device, network and cloud.
- Being an Enabler of Standards
ETSI provides support and a range of tools to enable the identification of the needs and requirements for standards and their production and adoption. ETSI is the enabler of standards in response to regulatory, legislative, policy and market needs.
- Being Global
ETSI creates standards intended for global use, with a membership from across the world and partnerships covering all regions and relevant sectors for ICT. ETSI tailors its processes to influence worldwide standards and builds on its ESO status to contribute to the European economy.
- Being Versatile
ETSI innovates in its working methods, creating room for wide participation, innovation, time to deployment, and the global acceptance of its standards. ETSI works with developer communities and supports the creation and maintenance of test suites and tools and additional standard-related software material.
- Being Inclusive
ETSI’s membership represents real market and societal needs, from local to global, leveraging the digitization of business and industry, circular economy and the sustainable development of modern society. ETSI comprises large and small companies and research organizations, as well as other business, consumer, societal and environmental stakeholders.
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ETSI provides members with an open and inclusive environment to support the development, ratification and testing of globally applicable standards for ICT systems and services across all sectors of industry and society. We are a not-for-profit body with more than 900 member organizations worldwide, drawn from 65 countries and five continents. Members comprise a diversified pool of large and small private companies, research entities, academia, government and public organizations. ETSI is officially recognized by the EU as a European Standards Organization (ESO). For more information please visit us at https://www.etsi.org/.
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