Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world Work of ITU-T Vijay Mauree, Programme Coordinator, TSB/ITU.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world Work of ITU-T Vijay Mauree, Programme Coordinator, TSB/ITU."— Presentation transcript:

1 International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world Work of ITU-T Vijay Mauree, Programme Coordinator, TSB/ITU

2 International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world ITU: UN Agency for ICTs

3 Committed to connecting the world ITU : enabling communication since

4 International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world ITU: a unique Membership 193 Member States and regulatory bodies 700 companies Business associations International organizations NGOs 41 Universities Research Establishments

5 Committed to connecting the world Leading Private Sector Members

6 Committed to connecting the world ITUS network of academia members 41 universities in 27 countries

7 Committed to connecting the world ITU truly International and has Global presence 760 Staff from 80 Countries 6 UN Official Languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish Headquarters in Geneva with Liaison Office in New York Regional offices in Addis Ababa, Bangkok, Brasilia, Cairo Area offices in Bridgetown, Dakar, Harare, Jakarta, Moscow, Santiago, Tegucigalpa, Yaoundé ITU 5 Elected Officials

8 International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world ITU 3 Sectors ITU-T Standardization ITU-D Development ITU-R Radiocommunication

9 Committed to connecting the world ITU-Ts strategic goals To develop interoperable, non- discriminatory international standards (ITU-T Recommendations) To assist in bridging the standardization gap between developed and developing countries To extend and facilitate international cooperation among international, regional and national standardization bodies Malcolm Johnson TSB Director

10 Committed to connecting the world ITU-T collaborates with standards organizations to avoid overlap 44 formal partnerships

11 International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world ITU-T work areas

12 International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world ITU-T Study Groups SG2 Operational aspects SG3 Economic and policy issues SG5 Environment and climate change SG9 Broadband cable and TV SG11 Protocols and test specifications SG12 Performance, QoS and QoE SG13 Future networks SG15 Transport and access SG16 Multimedia SG17 Security

13 Committed to connecting the world Numbering Resources Current Issues: Misuse/misappropriation of numbers WTSA Resolution 61 Cell Broadcasting Management SG2 Benin +229 ITU-T Recommendation E.164 International public telecommunication numbering plan

14 Committed to connecting the world Photo by Steve Schroeder, CC BY-NC 2.0Steve SchroederCC BY-NC 2.0 Tariff and Accounting Current Issues: International Internet connectivity (IIC) International Mobile Roaming SG3

15 Committed to connecting the world Standard Methodology to measure impact of ICT on CC Universal charger: e-waste reduction Standardized Battery Human exposure to and measurement of electromagnetic fields ICTs and Climate Change SG5

16 Committed to connecting the world Recommendation ITU-T L.1300 Best Practices for Green Data Centers

17 Committed to connecting the world What is the problem?

18 Committed to connecting the world Recommendation ITU-T L.1000 Universal Mobile Charger Saves 82,000 tons of waste per year

19 Committed to connecting the world Recommendation ITU-T L.1100 Recycling Rare Metals in ICT Products 20 Rare Metals in a mobile phone 1 ton gold ore 5 grams 1 ton of used mobile phones 400 grams

20 Committed to connecting the world ITU-T Cloud Computing From own to lease Growth opportunity for Telcos Security, Audit, and Privacy Inter-Cloud Load sharing Disaster recovery New Working Party on Cloud Computing The Economist, Oct 2009 SG13

21 Committed to connecting the world Cloud Computing

22 Committed to connecting the world Internet of Things The Internet of Things (ITU, 2005) Time Miniaturization and cost per unit 5

23 Committed to connecting the world Access: ADSL: ITU-T G.992 PLT: ITU-T G.9960 (G.hn) FTTX: GPON ITU-T G.984 Bendable fibers: ITU-T G.657 Optical Transport: SDH: ITU-T G.707 Carrier Ethernet: ITU-T Y.1731 Synchronization: Mobile Backhaul ITU Internet Broadband Access &Transport Standards SG15

24 Committed to connecting the world Smart Grid Communication

25 Committed to connecting the world Multimedia Advanced video coding: ITU-T H.264 Used to compress billions of clips on YouTube, but also high-definition content on Blu-ray Discs New work on the way: Joint Collaborative Team on Video Coding (ITU-T, ISO/IEC) to reduce H.264 data rate by 50% SG16

26 Committed to connecting the world Cybersecurity & Identity Strengthen the confidence and security in the use of ICTs Strengthen cybersecurity and combat cyber threats Identity Management ITU X.509 compliant services Child Online Protection The Economist, July 2010 SG17

27 Committed to connecting the world ITU-T Focus Groups Smart Cable Television NEW! Bridging the Gap: from Innovation to Standards Disaster Relief Systems, Network Resilience and Recovery M2M Service Layer Audiovisual Media Accessibility Driver Distraction Car Communication

28 Committed to connecting the world ITU-T Output 3500 ITU-T Recommendations available in PDF for free download ITU Workshops Handbooks and Manuals Technology Watch Reports ITU Kaleidoscope Academic Conference

29 Committed to connecting the world Handbooks

30 Committed to connecting the world TechWatch to publish your research TechWatch Reports identify ICT hot topics Output contributed to creation of new Focus Groups, Study Group Questions, workshops, discussions, etc. Widely recognized inside and outside ITU

31 Committed to connecting the world Kaleidoscope 2008 – Innovations in NGN Geneva, Switzerland Past Kaleidoscope Conferences Kaleidoscope 2010 – Beyond the Internet? - Innovations for future networks and services Pune, India Kaleidoscope The fully networked human? - Innovations for future networks and services Cape Town, South Africa Kaleidoscope 2009 – Innovations for Digital Inclusion Mar del Plata, Argentina

32 Committed to connecting the world Next Kaleidoscope Building Sustainable Communities Kyoto University, April Call for Papers Deadline: 10 September rd Jules Vernes corner Local University Exhibition 25 th April - workshop on Standards Education

33 Committed to connecting the world 2 nd ITU Green Standards Week September 2012 – Paris, France Jointly organized with Microsoft and TechAmerica Main Purpose: to raise awareness of the importance and opportunities of using ICT standards to build a green economy and to improve sustainable energy management.

34 Committed to connecting the world GSS, WTSA, WCIT World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly (WTSA) November 2012 World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) 3-14 December 2012 Global Standards Symposium (GSS) 19 November 2012

35 International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world Thank YOU


Download ppt "International Telecommunication Union Committed to connecting the world Work of ITU-T Vijay Mauree, Programme Coordinator, TSB/ITU."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google