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3 ABOUT GISFI GISFI (Global ICT Standardisation Forum for India) is a standardisation body. This is a Non-Profit, Non-Government Society registered under Indian Laws, GISFI provides a platform for operators, academia and ICT professionals to join with Government to identify standardisation needs and develop standards in the ICT sector with focus on India. Prof. Dr. Ramjee PrasadMr. T R Dua Founder Chairman, GISFIVice Chairman Director, CTIFGISFI Aalborg UniversityNew Delhi DenmarkIndia Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 3

4 GISFI Global ICT Standardisation Forum for India Indian Academia Leadership Align & drive SDO Global Research Collaboration GISFI PhD Program I4CT Indian Industry Leadership Functioning as TSDO, after getting approval from DOT Peer to Peer relationship with ITU, GSC, ARIB, TTC, TIA, ETSI, WWRF…. GISFI Structure Standardization Research Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 4

5 Vision and Objectives To unify standardization efforts in India To create standards addressing the specificity of the Indian ICT Scenario To answer the business needs of the Indian market To promote Indian Initiatives Globally To strengthen ties with leading institutes To develop and cultivate R&D agenda To develop skilled manpower & IPRs To be an ICT standards forum in India, that develops standards to meet the Indian requirements, as well as contributes towards the evolution of Global Standards Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 5

6 Vision and Objectives...Contd. A Public – Private Partnership effort in ICT standardisation & patent based research for product development in ICT area to address the rural needs and others Be the leading ICT SDO in India Develop standards to focus on India with Global reach Enhance international ICT standardisation efforts. Harmonised growth in domestic ICT industries and global competitiveness. Prime mover of innovation and enhancement of existing technology. Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 6

7 7 12 March, 2012 Members Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Vihaan Networks Limited (VNL) Tejas Networks Communication Multimedia And Infrastructure (CMAI) Association of India NIKSUN NEC Ericsson Motorola Nokia Siemens Networks (NSN) HUAWEI Samsung VERISERVE IIOT/GIOT WIP Labs IIT- Hyderabad IIIT-Allahabad Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies, Sinhgad Technical Education Society HMR Institute of Technology and Management Birla Institute of Technology Individual members from Indian industries, operators and academic institutions Collaborators and Supporters Supported by Telecommunication Engineering Centre (TEC), DoT, Government of India Supported by Telecom Equipment Manufacturers Association of India (TEMA) ITU-T Sector Member ETSI ARIB TTC TIA WWRF IEEE and OMA in process GSC (invited as observer in China and Canada) CJK (invited as a participant in Japan) YRP (Yokosuka Research Park) Members, Supporters and Collaborators Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 7

8 Chair: Balamurlidhar P, TCS Internet of Things (IoT) Chair: Parag Pruthi, NIKSUN Cloud and Service-Oriented Networks (CSeON) Chair: Anand Prasad, NEC Green ICT (GICT) Chair: Rakesh Agrawal, VNL Future Radio Network (FRN) Chair: Pawan Garg, Former Wireless Advisor, Government of India Spectrum Chair: Anand R Prasad,NEC Secuirty & Privacy Chair: Debu Nayak, HUAWEI Special Interest Group (SIG) Krishna Sirohi, I2TB-SPPL Leader Technical Standard Commitee GISFI Working Groups Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 8

9 Rural Challenges Unique System Needs Low ARPUCost effective No Grid PowerEnergy Efficient Wide spread extentSuitable Deployment Architecture Extreme Environment Suitable engineering Varied ServicesBest mix of all Technologies Only infra to deliver basic services Critical and high available Current Products and standards do not meet the needs ! Need New Products & Standards !! Additional Needs New Global Standards Existing Standards New URBAN Requirements GISFIs Chosen Incremental Standardisation Model Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 9

10 Industrial collaboration Joint ICT solutions for industrial compatibility and IPRs Access to global markets Coherent and aligned ICT standards Trade and Regulatory convergence Respond to market dynamics Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 10 Benefits of GISFI Standards

11 GISFI has already established collaboration process with TECs National Working Groups (NWG) to make national Indian contribution to ITU GISFI to make same contributions to other standardisation forum such as 3GPP, GSC and M2M (GSC = Global Standards Collaboration) GISFI and CDOT to work together to ensure CDOT products (and Indian IPRs) are part of global standards GISFI has contributed in Green Telecom, Cloud Computing and IMT-Advanced initiative of TRAI Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 11 GISFI & INDIA

12 Standards are part of every entrepreneurial strategy for business growth in a modern digital economy To ensure that technology developments are fully beneficial for industry, governments and consumers alike, they need to be interoperable. Therefore, research innovation and standardization must go hand in hand. Standardisation, Higher Research and Education Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 12

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14 Standards are a proven tool for economic development The standards topologies, protocols and interfaces developed by ITU engender a smoothly functioning global ICT network - one that commerce powers, politics, democracy, health, education, entertainment, literacy and financial markets Dr. Hamadoun I. Toure Secretary General International Telecommunication Union Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 14

15 Overview Overview Over the last decade, several studies have been conducted with the aim of determining the economic and other benefits of the use of standards. These studies have been undertaken by ISO member bodies and other organisations and had mainly macroeconomic focus. Economic benefits Economic benefits are not necessarily the key drivers behind Standards development. However, the resources devoted to the production of Standards and the ways in which Standards change peoples behaviour, inevitably has an economic effect. Similarly, many Standards are not designed with a specific economic outcome in mind, but to increase safety or manage risk. To the extent that accidents or risks lead to economic costs then their prevention through the use of Standards has an economic effect (The Centre for International Economics, 2006) Economic Benefits of Standards Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 15

16 Standards Standards are a prime means of diffusing innovation through the whole economy, ensuring that the bulk of firms do not lag too far behind the early adopters of new ideas. Standards Standards have an impact on every area of economic life, supporting safety regulations, assuring quality of produce and facilitating compatibility of products. New standards can emerge through a competitive market process, as occurred with the adoption of VHS videocassette format over its rival, Betamax, or by accepted use, as in the QWERTY format for English-language keyboards Economic Benefits of Standards contd. Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 16

17 Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 17 We all believe that standards provide significant benefits to different stakeholders Companies Consumers Public Authorities

18 Standards can be presumed to have value: But how much? Can it be measured? Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 18 Value of standards

19 Create : a) Stronger technological ICT base b) Adverse International Environment Builds: a) An Enabling ICT Eco-System b) Interdependent and synergistic ICT policies ICT standards are vital for efficient manufacturing: a) Contribute to better regulation b) Enable multi-market access c) Create active markets d) Encourage innovation e) Improve communication Importance of Standards and Standardization Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 19

20 Public interests Innovation and Research Private interests ICT STANDARDS The Challenge: How to ensure an effective and efficient use of standardization to promote innovation? Standards are a tool for coordinating the preferences and demand of the various economic and innovation actors Importance of Standards Competitiveness and business Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 20

21 Ongoing support and maintenance of published standards, including swift adaptation to new developments which prove their necessity, efficiency and interoperability, is guaranteed over a long period. Resulting standards are publicly available for implementation and use at reasonable terms (including for a reasonable fee or free of charge). Maintenance and Availability IP essential to the implementation of standards is licensed to applicants on a (fair) reasonable and non-discriminatory basis Standards need to respond to market needs and regulatory requirements IPR Performance oriented rather than based on design or descriptive characteristics. Should not distort the global markets; should maintain a capacity to build competition and innovation upon them and should be based on advanced scientific and technological developments Relevance, Stability and Neutrality Attributes of Standards Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 21

22 Demands of global markets are rapidly evolving To address ever shortening time-to-market needs of Industry: ̶ Cooperation & coordination with the global community ̶ Efficient collaboration across geographies ̶ Variety of collaboration choices required, including options beyond the standards process Changing Landscape for Standards Development Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 22

23 Drive innovation and competitiveness for India by adapting global ICT standardization policy to Regional market and Industrial policy developments and vice versa Coordinate and cooperate more closely to manage the regional effects of the global financial crisis on the ICT sector Increase coherency, quality and consistency of ICT standards and cope with new challenges in standardization Significant benefits to economy Indian standards as a globally powerful technology transfer channel Cope with the dynamics of the rapidly changing global markets Quick response to regional and global technological, economic and social factors Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 23 Need for Indian Standards

24 Technology innovation through education and multidisciplinary activities Innovative Research Standardisation Dynamic networked businesses and value chains Education with new technologies Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 24 Standards in Education

25 Economies of scale Free rider problem Information asymmetry Transaction costs Network externalities Switching costs Excess inertia and lock-in Bandwagon effect Basic Concepts in the Economics of Standardization Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 25

26 Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 26 Objectives Measure the impact of standards on an organization Provide clear criteria to assess the value of using standards Provide guidance when developing further studies to assess the benefits of using standards within an industry sector Step The Standard for Exchange of Product model data (STEP) is an international standard designed to address interoperability problems encountered in the exchange of digital product information. Step is a suite of standards enabling manufacturing companies to exchange digital representations of engineering and manufacturing data. ISO Methodology

27 Benefits from Step Benefits accrue to end users through increased interoperability of computer-aided design, engineering, and manufacturing and product data management systems Benefits for Business Strategic benefits of standards are well understood by the individuals involved in standards, i.e., the technical experts who participate in standards development. Companies actively involved in standards work more frequently reap short- and long-term cost- savings and competitive benefits than those that do not participate. Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 27 ISO Methodology

28 Potential Competitive Advantage through Standards Having influence in the content of a standard is an important factor in gaining competitive advantage. Companies are motivated to participate in standardization because they gain an edge over non-participating companies in terms of insider knowledge. Early access to information is valuable Cost Reduction through Standardization Standardization can lead to lower transaction costs in the economy as a whole, as well as to savings for individual businesses. Effects of Standards on the Supplier/Client Relationship Standards have a positive effect on the buying power of companies. Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 28 ISO Methodology

29 Standards and the Formation of Strategic Alliances It is clear that cooperation between companies in matters of standardization is advantageous since the resulting synergy can help reduce costs and increase profits. Standards and R&D Businesses not only reduce the economic risk of their R&D activities by participating in standardization, but can also lower their R&D costs. Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 29 ISO Methodology

30 Conclusion Standardisation is a key building block in constructing a globally connected society. Standards play a strategic role in fostering innovation and competitive markets Mr. Malcolm Johnson Director Telecommunication Standardisation Bureau International Telecommunication Union Global ICT Standardisation forum for India 30

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