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1 SEM02-16 What is ETSI ? ETSI Seminar © ETSI All rights reserved

2 ETSI ? We are the… European Telecommunications Standards Institute 2

3 ETSI A European standards organization Active in all areas of ICT Setting globally-applicable standards for telecommunications radiocommunications broadcasting related topics Independent, not-for-profit organization, created in 1988 ISO 9001:2000 certified Offering direct participation 740 Member companies and organisations We have more than publications - freely available! 3

4 ETSIs Vision ETSI is the leading standardization organization for high quality and innovative Information and Communication Technology (ICT) standards fulfilling the various global and European market needs 4 ETSI Strategy 2010

5 ETSIs Mission To deliver world class standards for Information and Communication Technology (ICT), including telecommunications, for systems and services by using and providing state of the art methodology and processes 5 ETSI Strategy 2010

6 ETSI is not … a REGULATORY body, but… we provide technical specifications to support regulation a CERTIFICATION body, but… we provide specifications and other tools to assist certification a FREQUENCY ALLOCATION body, but… we collect, co-ordinate and contribute frequency requirements for the ICT community part of the European Commission, nor part of CEPT, but… we work closely with these and many other organisations 6

7 In the days before ETSI… European telecoms standardisation was done by CEPT Participation was by Administrations (Ministries of PTT etc) Administrations usually invited the assistance of their national network operators In most cases, there was only one operator per country Industry and the European Commission had no voice… …and were NOT HAPPY ! 7

8 MoU on European telecoms standards Directive 86/361/EEC – Mutual recognition of type approval for telecoms terminals 8 CEPT 26 European countries MoU signatories 17 European countries EC 12 TRAC + Sweden, Austria, Switzerland, Finland, Norway Core of European Telecoms Standardisation EC 12 countries Legal framework for standards, NETs, type approval, test laboratories Source: EC 1987

9 The Commissions response COM(87) 290 final Green Paper on the Development of the Common Market for Telecommunications Services and Equipment Issues included: Competition for terminals market Opening up services market Opening up satellite market Services across national boundaries Separation of regulatory and operational functions in Administrations Rapid development of standards National and European Industrial and User participation Permanent structures i.e. Creation of ETSI ! 9

10 Et CEPT … créa lETSI … Statutes submitted to Grasse sous- préfecture on 16 February 1988 Statutes officially adopted at the first GA, 29 March 1988 And that date is considered as ETSIs birthday 10 ET CEPT… CREA LETSI DIADATO GAGLIARDI RUBEN NASLUND ANDRE ROSSI

11 ETSIs three primary roles 11 GSP Global Standards Producer ESO European Standards Organization SPO Service Providing Organization ESO:European Standards Organization: standardization for European needs GSP:Global Standards Producer: standardization for the global level SPO: Service Providing Organization: services such as interoperability testing, forum management etc.

12 ETSIs three primary roles 12 ESO European Standards (EN) Harmonised Standards (HS) GSP Technical Specifications (TS) Technical Reports (TR) ETSI Standards (ES) ETSI Guides (EG) European Standards Organization Global Standards Producer SPO Service Providing Organization Test methodology and interoperability service, including Forum hosting and secretariat services

13 ETSI's work includes… Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) Fax, modems, etc Telecoms networks ADSL etc Cable distribution systems Exchange equipment Protocols Power line telecommunications Safety Speech quality and speech recognition Testing Grid and cloud networks Security Electronic signatures, lawful interception, smart cards … Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS) Fax, modems, etc Telecoms networks ADSL etc Cable distribution systems Exchange equipment Protocols Power line telecommunications Safety Speech quality and speech recognition Testing Grid and cloud networks Security Electronic signatures, lawful interception, smart cards … 13

14 And ETSI's work includes… Mobile GSM, UMTS, Railway communications… private/professional land mobile radio systems Cordless (DECT) Spectrum matters & electromagnetic compatibility Radio technologies Wireless Local Area Networks TETRA & other public safety systems Broadcast Satellite communications Short range devices Aeronautical and marine radio eHealth and Wireless medical devices Intelligent transport Internet of the Future Mobile GSM, UMTS, Railway communications… private/professional land mobile radio systems Cordless (DECT) Spectrum matters & electromagnetic compatibility Radio technologies Wireless Local Area Networks TETRA & other public safety systems Broadcast Satellite communications Short range devices Aeronautical and marine radio eHealth and Wireless medical devices Intelligent transport Internet of the Future 14

15 ETSI We are the home of the GSM family of standards… 15 And a founding partner in

16 ETSI – a European Standards Organization ETSI was conceived in the late 1980s to respond to particular needs in Europe and in support of European Commission ambitions ETSI continues to produce standards for European industry… …and we produce standards and other material to support European Union and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) regulation and legislation… …for which we are officially recognised at EU/EFTA and governmental levels… …as well as contributing ICT radio frequency requirements to the European co-ordination process ETSI was conceived in the late 1980s to respond to particular needs in Europe and in support of European Commission ambitions ETSI continues to produce standards for European industry… …and we produce standards and other material to support European Union and European Free Trade Association (EFTA) regulation and legislation… …for which we are officially recognised at EU/EFTA and governmental levels… …as well as contributing ICT radio frequency requirements to the European co-ordination process 16

17 ETSI – a global standards producer ETSI was established as a European body and retains European responsibilities. But… …many of ETSIs Members are global players… …so ETSI seeks to have its standards adopted worldwide Over 120 of ETSIs Members (about 20% of the total) have no established operations in Europe Many of the other 80% are headquartered outside Europe 17

18 ETSI – a global standards producer Remember GSM ? Developed (by ETSI) for Europe, now a worldwide success story! Over 3.8 billion users in over 200 countries 1.3 million new users EVERY DAY! (and thats just GSM!) ETSIs Lawful Interception handover standard Being deployed in Europe… But also in USA and Australia, where the laws are being developed to comply with the ETSI Standard DECT – Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunications Originally Digital European Cordless Telecommunications Over 800 million terminals in more than 110 countries DVB system specifications Based on DVB Project proposals Services available on every continent TETRA Contracts in 117 countries Radio microphones and cordless audio equipment Global agreement on common standards 18 Just some examples…

19 ETSI – a Service Provider In addition to standards-making, ETSI provides a range of supporting services, notably… Creation of test specifications and methodologies Test methodology & development, Interoperability testing (Interopolis and Plugtests) Forum hosting (Forapolis) In addition to standards-making, ETSI provides a range of supporting services, notably… Creation of test specifications and methodologies Test methodology & development, Interoperability testing (Interopolis and Plugtests) Forum hosting (Forapolis) 19

20 20 Four types of Member Full member Established in geographical area of Europe (as defined by CEPT) Committed to ETSI Statutes and Rules of Procedure Associate member Committed to ETSIs work, but without a presence in the CEPT geographical area of Europe Observer Entitled to be full member, but not wishing to participate in ETSIs technical work Counsellor Representative of European Commission or EFTA Secretariat

21 Five Categories of Member Administrations, Administrative Bodies and National Standards Organizations Network Operators Manufacturers Users Service Providers, Research Bodies, Consultancy Companies/Partnerships, and others 21

22 Full and Associate Members 22

23 23 Contacts All members are expected to appoint a formal Contact Person for Collective Letters, membership and other formal matters, etc All Full and Associate Members are expected to appoint a Voting Contact for approval of ETSI deliverables

24 ETSI Membership 597 Full Members from 40 European countries (but many headquartered outside Europe) 22 Observers from 14 countries (7 European, 7 non-European) 121 Associate Members from 20 non-European countries/provinces TOTAL from 62 countries/provinces 24 (GA#55 March 2010)

25 25 Number of Full Members (GA#55 March 2010)

26 Number of Associate Members 26 (GA#55 March 2010)

27 Full Members by country 27 (GA#55 March 2010)

28 Associate Members by country 28 (GA#55 March 2010)

29 Effect of weighted vote 29 (GA#55 March 2010)

30 30 Technical Organization The ETSI Secretariat gives support to all the different entities in the Organization The ETSI structure Working Groups General Assembly ETSI Board Special Committees Technical Committees ETSI Projects Industry Specification Groups ETSI Partnership Projects

31 ETSIs Technical Committees Access, Terminals, Transmission & Multiplexing (ATTM) Aeronautical Broadband Radio Access Networks (BRAN) Broadcast Joint committee with European Broadcasting Union and CENELEC Cloud Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication (DECT) ETSI Project eHealth Electromagnetic Compatibility & Radio Spectrum (ERM) Electronic Signatures & Infrastructures (ESI) Environmental Engineering (EE) Human Factors (HF) IMS Network Testing (INT) Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) Lawful Interception (LI) Continued… 31

32 ETSIs Technical Committees Continued… Machine to Machine (M2M) Methods for Testing & Specification (MTS) Mobile Standards Group (MSG) Multimedia Content Distribution (MCD) Powerline Telecommunications (PLT) Railway Telecommunications (RT) Reconfigurable Radio Systems (RRS) Safety Satellite Earth Stations & Systems (SES) Smart Card Platform (SCP) Speech Processing, Transmission & Quality (STQ) Telecoms & Internet converged Services & Protocols for Advanced Networks (TISPAN) Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) 32

33 ETSIs Industry Specification Groups Autonomic network engineering for the self-managing Future Internet (AFI) Identity and access management for Networks and Services (INS) Measurement Ontology for IP traffic (MOI) Mobile Thin Client (MTC) Open Radio equipment Interface (ORI) Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) 33

34 ETSIs Special Committees Technical Emergency Communications (EMTEL) Security Algorithms (SAGE) User Group Administrative Finance Committee Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Operational Co-ordination Group (OCG) 34

35 ETSI Partnership Projects An activity established when there is a need to co-operate with external bodies and where such co-operation cannot be accommodated within an ETSI Project or Technical Committee Established on the basis of a market sector requirement rather than a basic technology Has a limited duration 35

36 36 ETSI Partnership Projects 3rd Generation Partnership Project specifying a W-CDMA system based on an evolution of the GSM core network and the radio access technologies that they support maintenance and development of GSM specifications including evolved radio access technologies Organizational Partners: ARIB (Japan), CCSA (China), ETSI, TTA (Korea), TTC (Japan), ATIS (USA) Market Representation Partners: GSA, GSM Association, UMTS Forum, IPv6 Forum, 3G Americas, TD-SCDMA Forum, TDIA, Global TDD Alliance, mobileIGNITE, IMS Forum, InfoCommunication Union, Fixed-Mobile Convergence Alliance, Femto Forum, Cellular Operators Association of India 3gpp.org

37 ETSI Secretariat Mission: To serve ETSI Members and help them maximize the return on their standardization investments, by anticipating their needs and responding rapidly and efficiently to their requests Around 120 staff, based in Sophia Antipolis Providing technical, project, administrative and logistical support to the ETSI community Additional technical experts on a full time basis in Specialist Task Forces (STF) based at ETSI headquarters at any time, about 30 STFs, 100 experts 37

38 The ETSI standards process 38 Work Item introduced Approval of draft by technical committee Publication IMMEDIATE If Technical Specification or Technical Report DraftingApproval 6 – 12 MONTHS If European Standard NSO Enquiry and Vote 90 DAYS If ETSI Standard or ETSI Guide ETSI Member vote Drafting in technical committee, working group or Specialist Task Force

39 ETSI Deliverables ETSI Technical Specifications (TSs) ETSI Technical Reports (TRs) ETSI Group Specifications (GSs) Approved by the TC, Project or Group concerned Traditional or web-based voting ETSI Standards (ESs) ETSI Guides (EGs) Approved by the full ETSI Membership Web-based voting tool European Standards (ENs, telecommunications series) Harmonized Standards (HS) Approved by National Delegations, through the National Standards Organizations (NSOs) Web-based voting tool 39 Fast to publish Fast + approved by all members Wide, formal acceptance

40 40 Annual Production* All Technical Bodies and all deliverable types *: values for 2010 and 2011 are predicted values.

41 Accumulated publication (publications from the creation of ETSI up to end May 2010) Document typePublishedAdopted awaiting publication In process of adoption (after TB approval) EN4 308 (1) 0 ES6230 EG2201 TS (2) TR2 354 (3) SR61 GS3 (1) including amendments, ETS, I-ETS and TBR. (2) including GTS. (3) including TCR-TR, TC-TR and ETR.

42 ETSI in the World 42

43 43 Structures in standardization NATIONAL BODIES ISO CEN IECITU CENELEC NATIONAL ADMINISTRATIONS INDUSTRY, USERS ETC.

44 ETSIs Partnerships EC and EFTA ITU, IEC and ISO European standards organizations Standards bodies in other regions CEPT R&D bodies and programmes National Standards Organizations Fora and Consortia Other bodies inside and outside Europe 44

45 45 ETSIs relations with ITU, IEC & ISO and other organizations Fora / Consortia Fora / Consortia ITU-T ITU-R GTSC GRSC DECT Forum DVB Project Group EBU GSM Association IEEE IMTC IPv6 Forum TETRA Forum UMTS Forum & 70+ others International bodies Interregional Co-operation Europe

46 46 Global Standards Collaboration (GTSC, GRSC) Interregional collaboration on selected standardization subjects between (Canada) (USA) (International) (Japan) (Korea) Communications Alliance (Australia) (Japan) (Chin a)

47 Co-operation with EC and EFTA EC: Green Paper on Telecommunications (1987) Counsellors of ETSI Contribution to the ETSI Work Programme ETSI official recognition by the EC in Summer 1992 Framework Contracts "Mandated" (contracted) work in support of European regulation and legislation 47

48 Many of ETSIs big achievements … … were the result of European Commission initiatives Pan-European networks GSM Euro-ISDN ONP … Opening of the terminal equipment market / encouraging competition Mutual recognition of type approval Standards in support of European regulation / legislation … Satellite TV broadcasting … Others relied on the ECs commitment to common frequency allocations UMTS, TETRA, DECT etc … 48

49 Written agreements Numerous agreements with global and regional standards bodies, fora, research projects, etc., etc. 49 See the ETSI web site for the latest list and summaries of current agreements

50 Electronic working Most ETSI & 3GPP meetings now totally paperless Document distribution by and web sites All meeting rooms equipped with LANs Wired and wireless Most administrative tasks now performed using web applications, including: meeting organization meeting registration document numbering and 'distribution' approval of deliverables (standards and reports) membership information delegates' contact details and account management free download of published deliverables IPR declarations and database on-line shopping ETSI Documentation Service on DVD; updates via web site 50

51 Electronic meetings 51

52 Getting information ETSI website ETSI portal 3GPP website Other hosted sites exploder lists For all of ETSIs activities Official Contact for each ETSI Member Receives all formal correspondence Plus the complete ETSI library on DVD 4 times a year Helpdesk +33 (0) : 52


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