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1 ITU-T ITU-T Standardization Areas Tatiana Kurakova, Telecommunication Standardization Sector Engineer 7 October 2003, Tashkent

2 ITU-T 2 Standardization Area: A complete project to be standardized through the standardization of every aspect required for the completion of the standardization activities required. This could be associated to the vertical standardization concept. Standardization Domain: The aspect or one of the aspects for which standardization activities are required for the completion of the standardization activities required by an Standardization area. This could be associated to the horizontal standardization concept. What are Standardization Areas and Domains?

3 ITU-T Standardization Areas and Domains (1/5) Standardization AreaCodeStandardization DomainCode Generic01Generic00 Cables/networkcomponent01Terminology01 Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) 02Terminals equipment adaptor 02 Leased lines03Interfaces/protocols03 Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) 04Numbering04 Signalling networks05Routing05 Intelligent Network (IN)06Signalling06 Broadband Integrated Services Digital Network (B-ISDN). Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) 07Interworking07 Data networks08Synchronization08

4 ITU-T Standardization Areas and Domains (2/5) Standardization AreaCodeStandardization DomainCode Telecommunications Management Network (TMN). Customer Network Management (CNM) 09Switching09 Universal Personal Telecommunication (UPT) 10Network capabilities10 Plesiochronous Digital Hierarchy (PDH) 11Tariff/charging/ accounting 11 Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) 12Network Performance (NP). Quality of Service (QOS) 12 Fibre To The Home (FTTH). Fibre To The Curb (FTTC). Fibre In The Loop (FITL) 13Traffic management13 Wireless14Traffic engineering14 IMT Mobile15ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) 15

5 ITU-T Standardization Areas and Domains (3/5) Standardization AreaCodeStandardization DomainCode Satellite16Protection. Safety Signal Processing 16 Software/application17Languages for telecommunications 17 Other18Human factors18 Telephone service19Service definition19 Facsimile20Bearer services20 Bureau services21Teleservices21 Telex22Supplementary services22 INTEX23Audiovisual/Multimedia23 Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) based services 24Service management24

6 ITU-T Standardization Areas and Domains (4/5) Standardization AreaCodeStandardization DomainCode Data services25Fault, Configuration, Accounting, Performance and Security Management (FCAPS); OAM&P (Operations, Administration, Maintenance and Provisioning) 25 Videotex26Testing26 Directories27Architecture27 Cards28 Message Handling Systems (MHS) 29Security29 AudioVisual Multimedia Systems (AVMMS) 30Transmission system/equipment 30 Sound and television (TV) transmission 31Infrastructure31

7 ITU-T Standardization Areas and Domains (5/5) Standardization AreaCodeStandardization DomainCode Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) 32System management32 Optical Networking33User suitability33 Access Networks34Others34 IP-based Networks35 IP-based Services36 Systems Beyond IMT-2000, Mobile 37 Next Generation Networks (NGN) 38 No area specified99No domain specified99

8 ITU-T SG 2Operational aspects of service provision, networks and performance SG 3Tariff and accounting principles including related telecommunications economic and policy issues SG 4Telecommunication management, including TMN SG 5Protection against electromagnetic environment effects SG 6Outside plant SG 9Integrated broadband cable networks and television and sound transmission SG 11Signalling requirements and protocols SG 12End-to-end transmission performance of networks and terminals SG 13Multi-protocol and IP-based networks and their internetworking SG 15Optical and other transport networks SG 16Multimedia services, systems and terminals SG 17Data networks and software for Telecommunication SSGSpecial Study Group "IMT-2000 and beyond" TSAG ITU-T Study Groups

9 ITU-T 2 SG 2 Lead Study Group for service definition, numbering and routing SG 4 Lead Study Group on TMN SG 9 Lead Study Group on integrated broadband cable and television networks SG 11 Lead Study Group on intelligent networks SG 12 Lead Study Group on Quality of Service and performance SG 13 Lead Study Group for IP related matters, B-ISDN, Global Information Infrastructure and satellite matters SG 15 Lead Study Group on access network transport Lead Study Group on optical technology SG 16 Lead Study Group on multimedia services, systems and terminals Lead Study Group on e-business and e-commerce SG17 Lead Study Group on frame relay, on communication system security and on languages and description techniques SSGLead Study Group on IMT 2000 and beyond and for mobility Lead Study Groups in specific area of study

10 ITU-T 10 Architecture Access Networks Transport Networks Terminals Services Coding Numbering Mobility QoS and Network Performance Interworking and Interoperability Market Oriented Standardization Requirements

11 ITU-T 11 Operational aspects of service provision, networks and performance principles of service provision, definition and operational requirements of service emulation numbering, naming, addressing requirements and resource assignment including criteria and procedures for reservation and assignment routing and interworking requirements operational aspects of networks and associated performance requirements including network traffic management operational aspects of interworking between traditional telecommunication networks and evolving networks ITU-T Study Group 2

12 ITU-T 12 Tariff and accounting principles including related telecommunications economic and policy issues tariff and accounting principles for international telecommunication services related telecommunication economic and policy issues ITU-T Study Group 3

13 ITU-T 13 Telecommunication management, including TMN management of telecommunication services, networks, and equipment using the telecommunication management network (TMN) framework telecommunication management studies relating to designations, transport-related operations procedures, and test and measurement techniques and instrumentation ITU-T Study Group 4

14 ITU-T 14 Protection against electromagnetic environment effects protection of telecommunication networks and equipment from interference and lightning electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) safety and health effects connected with electromagnetic fields produced by telecommunication installations and devices, including cellular phones ITU-T Study Group 5

15 ITU-T 15 Outside plant construction, installation, jointing, terminating, protection from corrosion and others forms of damage from environment impact, except electromagnetic processes, of all types of cable for public telecommunications and associated structures ITU-T Study Group 6

16 ITU-T 16 Integrated broadband cable networks and television and sound transmission use of cable and hybrid networks, primarily designed for television and sound programme delivery to the home, as integrated broadband networks to also carry voice or other time critical services, video on demand, interactive services, etc use of telecommunication systems for contribution, primary distribution and secondary distribution of television, sound programmes and similar data services ITU-T Study Group 9

17 ITU-T 17 Signalling requirements and protocols signalling requirements and protocols for Internet Protocol (IP) related functions, some mobility related functions, multimedia functions enhancements to existing Recommendations on access and internetwork signalling protocols of ATM, N ISDN and PSTN ITU-T Study Group 11

18 ITU-T 18 End-to-end transmission performance of networks and terminals responsible for guidance on the end-to-end transmission performance of networks, terminals and their interactions, in relation to the perceived quality and acceptance by users of text, speech, and image applications this work includes the related transmission implications of all networks (e.g., those based on PDH, SDH, ATM and IP) and all telecommunications terminals (e.g., handset, hands-free, headset, mobile, audiovisual, and interactive voice response) ITU-T Study Group 12

19 ITU-T 19 Multi-protocol and IP-based networks and their internetworking internetworking of heterogeneous networks encompassing multiple domains, multiple protocols and innovative technologies with a goal to deliver high-quality, reliable networking specific aspects are architecture, interworking and adaptation, end-to-end considerations, routing and requirements for transport ITU-T Study Group 13

20 ITU-T 20 Optical and other transport networks optical and other transport networks, systems and equipment development of transmission layer related standards for the access, metropolitan and long haul sections of communication networks ITU-T Study Group 15

21 ITU-T 21 Multimedia services, systems and terminals multimedia service definition and multimedia systems, including the associated terminals, modems, protocols and signal processing ITU-T Study Group 16

22 ITU-T 22 Data Networks and Telecommunication Software data communication networks application of open system communications including networking, directory and security technical languages, the method for their usage other issues related to the software aspects of telecommunication systems ITU-T Study Group 17

23 ITU-T 23 IMT 2000 and beyond network aspects of International Mobile Telecommunications 2000 (IMT 2000) and beyond, including - wireless Internet - convergence of mobile and fixed networks - mobility management - mobile multimedia functions - internetworking - interoperability - enhancements to existing ITU T Recommendations on IMT 2000 ITU-T Special Study Group (SSG)

24 ITU-T 24 SG 2 - Operational aspects of service provision, networks and performance (Florianopolis, Brazil, October 2003) SG 15 - Optical and other transport networks (Geneva, October 2003) TSAG - Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group (Geneva, November 2003) SG 3 - Tariff and accounting principles including related telecommunications economic and policy issues (Geneva, November 2003) SSG - Special Study Group "IMT-2000 and Beyond (Geneva, November 2003) SG 6 - Outside plant (Hanoi, Vietnam, November 2003) ITU-T SG meetings

25 ITU-T For more information please visit our web site ITU-T homepage: Standardization Areas, Domains and their Codes: domain.html ITU-T SGs:

26 ITU-T Thank you for your attention!


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