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1 Malaysian Standardization Framework Ahmad RAZIF Ramli Director/MCMC ITU-T Workshop on Bridging the Standardization Gap and Interactive Training Session (Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July 2010 )

2 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Contents Overview of MCMC Voluntary Industry Codes Technical Standards & Mandatory Standards Conclusion

3 Achievements Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July million 3G cellular phone subscription Data Dec million Internet users 3.34 million Household with Internet Access Data Q million Cellular subscription 4.5 million Use mobile internet access Data Q million Computer users 3.2 million Computer per household Data Q Data Dis 2009 Data 31 Mac million Total Broadband subscription 36.1% (2.3 million) Household Broadband subscription Data 12 May million Fixed Broadband subscription Data 12 May % Average Cellular coverage for populated areas Data Dec million Fixed line users Data Q million Mobile Broadband subscription Data 12 May 2010

4 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Changes to Facilitate Convergence 1 Apr 99 Redefinition of the Ministrys functions and formation of MCMC Redefinition of the Ministrys functions and formation of MCMC Ministry of Energy, Telecommunications & Post Ministry of Energy, Telecommunications & Post Ministry of Energy, Communications & Multimedia Ministry of Energy, Communications & Multimedia Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission Act 1998 came into force and MCMC formed Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission Act 1998 came into force and MCMC formed Sectoral regulators replaced by a convergence regulator Sectoral regulators replaced by a convergence regulator Telecommunications Dept of Msia Ministry of Information (Licensing) Replacement of sectoral Acts by a convergence Act Replacement of sectoral Acts by a convergence Act Telecommunications Act 1950 Broadcasting Act 1988 Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 (CMA) Communications and Multimedia Act 1998 (CMA) Postal Services Act 1991 Digital Signature Act 1997 Postal Services Act 1991 Digital Signature Act Nov 98 1 Nov 01 Postal Department * * MCMC is currently under the Ministry of Information, Communications & Culture

5 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Dual role in the C&M sector Regulatory (Conformance) Regulatory (Conformance) Present Developmental (Performance) Developmental (Performance) Future In fulfilling its role, the Commission is guided by the 10 National Policy objectives for communications and multimedia

6 10 National Policy objectives for C&M Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Implement and enforce CMA Supervise and monitor C&M activities; promote and maintain the integrity of industry players Encourage industry self- regulation To advise the Minister on current policy matters To carry out any function under any written law as may be prescribed by the Minister To advise the Minister on all matters concerning the national policy objectives for C&M activities To recommend reforms to the C&M laws Promote industry development Promote cooperation and coordination amongst persons engaged in C&M activities Internal External Managing for Conformance Planning for Performance

7 Converting our Vision into Action A globally competitive, efficient and increasingly self-regulating communications and multimedia industry generating growth to meet the economic and social needs of Malaysia Consultations Access Consumer choice Transparent regulatory processes Numbers and spectrum 10 National Policy Objectives for communications and multimedia Building capacity Upgrading network capabilities Managing resources efficiently Improving service quality and choice of services Regulating effectively Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July 2010

8 8 The Commissions responsibility 8 Ensuring consumer benefits through competitive provisioning Social equity and public interest obligations Effective utilization of national assets Development of the C&M sector Promotion of skills development and research in the C&M sector

9 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July The Powers and Functions of the Commission * Section 16 of the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission Act 1998 (Act 589) To advise the minister on national policy objectives To implement and enforce communications and multimedia law To regulate matters relating to C&M activities To consider and recommend reforms To supervise and monitor C&M activities To encourage and promote C&M industry development To encourage and promote self regulation To promote and maintain integrity of licensees To render assistance to person engaged in C&M To carry out any functions as the minister may prescribe

10 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Codes & standards under CMA 98 Voluntary Industry Codes Mandatory Standards Technical Standards

11 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Voluntary Industry Codes (1) Voluntary industry code means a voluntary industry code prepared under Chapter 9 of Part V of CMA 98 MCMC may designate an industry forum as tech stds forum A forum may prepare a VIC either: on own initiative; or request by the Commission Not effective until registered Sufficient public consultation

12 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Voluntary Industry Codes (2) Commission may determine a VIC if: No code is developed; & Its unlikely to be developed within a reasonable time VIC formulated by the Commision shall be registered Take effect upon registration

13 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Voluntary Industry Codes (3) Compliance is not mandatory However, Compliance with a registered VIC shall be a defence against any prosecution, action or proceeding The Commission may direct a person or a class of persons to comply Failure to comply shall be liable to pay a fine not exceeding RM 200K

14 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Self regulating industry forums Malaysian Technical Standards Forum Berhad Communications and Multimedia Consumer Forum of Malaysia Malaysian Access Forum Berhad Communications and Multimedia Content Forum of Malaysia Technical Codes Consumer Codes Content Codes Access Codes Access Codes

15 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Technical standards (1) Tech stds are codes prepared by the designated technical stds forum MCMC designated MTSFB as the tech stds forum on Oct Section 182 to 186 of CMA 98 defines subject matters for the tech stds

16 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Technical Standards (2) Hindering network interoperability is an offence (S182) Comprising public safety is an offence (S183) Designation of technical standards forum (S184) Matters for technical codes (S185) Designation of certifying agencies (S186) PROVISIONS IN CMA 98

17 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Technical Standards (3) Network facilities Network services Application services Customer equipment & cabling Approval of CPEs & access devices Electromagnetic immunity & compatibility Adoption of international standards Requirements for network interoperability Promotion of safety

18 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Technical Standards (4) The Commission may designate certifying agencies to certify compliance with technical codes or standards (by Multimedia College) Amateur Radio Operators Maritime Radio Operators Cable Installers Communications Equipment

19 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Technical Standards (5) Initiation of Project Draft Preparation Public Comment Submission to MCMC Registration Publication (website) MTSFB or request by MCMC Formation of Working Group or existing At least 30 days in selected local newspapers& notification on website MCMC shall register or refuse Deemed to be refused if not registered within 60 days unless the forum receives written notification after that period

20 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Mandatory Standards (1) Commission may determine a mandatory standard if its satisfied that VIC has failed to promote industry conduct Subject to a direction from the Minister May conduct an inquiry prior to issuing determination 20 Minister MCMC RecommendationsDirections Determines Mandatory Standards

21 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Mandatory Standards (2) Recommendation to Minister Ministerial Direction Public Inquiry Publication of Report Commissions Determination At least for 45 days Within 30 days of conclusion of public inquiry Within 45 days of conclusion of public inquiry 90 days

22 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Voluntary vs Mandatory Voluntary Industry Codes Mandatory Standards

23 Service provisioning must work hand in hand with the availability of technology and equipment Standards & Technology Services Communications infrastructure capabilities CPE capabilities Customer Content & Applications provision Economics of provisioning

24 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Overview of standardization system Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation Interested Parties Universities/ R&D Institutions Manufacturers Service Providers Industry Associations/ Agencies Participate in standards making Appoints as SWO Prepare Malaysian Standards Malaysian Standards Appoint as SWO Designates Standards/Codes Recommends Ministry of Information, Communications & Culture Regulates Participate in standards making Malaysian Standards ( Standards of Malaysia Act 1996) Technical Standards & Codes (Communications & Multimedia Act 1998) Participate in standards making

25 Cyberjaya, Malaysia, 29 June – 1 July Conclusion CMA 98 provides instrument for: Voluntary Industry Codes (VIC) Mandatory standards (MS) MTSFB is designated to develop VICs VIC is voluntary but a person may be subject to a direction to comply MCMC may determine MS if VIC fails to promote industry conduct

26 Thank You ! Contact information Mail: Phone : Malaysian Communications & Multimedia Commission Off Persiaran Multimedia Cyberjaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan Malaysia


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