New ETSI White Paper and MEC Hackathon: another step to engage with app developers and verticals

Sophia Antipolis, 16 June 2022

The ETSI MEC (Multi-access Edge Computing) group is pleased to announce a new White Paper which aims to describe the deployment options related to MEC federation, especially from an architectural point of view. With a key focus on ETSI MEC implementations, it also aims to provide an open approach taking into account other standards and technologies, including those from 3GPP SA Working Group 6 and GSMA OPG. For this purpose, the White Paper first analyses the recent publications of GSMA OPG and recent updates in ETSI MEC and 3GPP specifications, then introduces the synergized architecture supported by both standards organizations, which indicates the background information for the deployment of MEC federation harmonized standards for edge computing.

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ETSI launches a new open-source group: TeraFlowSDN

Supporting autonomous networks and cybersecurity use cases

Sophia Antipolis, 31 May 2022

Today, ETSI is pleased to announce the creation of a new open-source group called TeraFlowSDN. Based upon the results of the European Union-funded TeraFlow 5G PPP research project, this new group hosted by ETSI will provide a toolbox for rapid prototyping and experimentation with innovative network technologies and use cases.

ETSI releases first specification on 5th Generation Fixed Network (F5G) architecture

Sophia Antipolis, 12 May 2022

ETSI's 5th Generation Fixed Network group (ISG F5G) has released its first specification for F5G Network Architecture ETSI GS F5G 004. This architecture will deliver a variety of services to residential and business customers over a single physical network with guaranteed SLAs (service level agreements).

ETSI’s world-first standard to secure consumer IoT devices is extended to Home Gateways

Sophia Antipolis, 7 April 2022

ETSI is pleased to announce a new cyber security specification for Home Gateways, called ETSI TS 103 848 and developed by the CYBER Technical Committee. Adapted from the provisions of the world-first standard to secure consumer IoT devices, EN 303 645, this technical specification will secure physical devices between the in-home network and the public network, as well as the traffic between these networks.