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1 WTSA-08 Results Georges Sebek Counselor ITU-T Study Group 17 ITU

2 2 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Outline Overview Main results Conclusion

3 3 Geneva, 26 January 2009 World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly Highest-level meeting of the standardization sector, meets every four years – Johannesburg, October 2008 Strategic review of the sector, renewal of structure and management Five regional preparatory meetings held for the first time Brazil, Ghana, Uzbekistan, Syria, Vietnam Preceded by the 1 st Global Standards Symposium (GSS), which aimed at bringing together all standards making bodies to discuss: – Reducing the standardization gap – Improving collaboration – ICTs and Climate change – Accessibility and disability (GSS Report: WTSA-08 Doc.121)WTSA-08 Doc.121

4 4 Geneva, 26 January 2009 WTSA in numbers

5 5 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Statistics % Participants % Countries % Documents (total) % Docs from members % Languages36+100% 13 ministers or deputy ministers, and VIPs spanning the world and the entire telecommunication and ICT industry

6 6 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Other numbers… 58 texts adopted: – Resolutions: 27 revised, 1 unchanged, 21 new, 3 deleted – Recommendations: 7 revised, 2 new 16 Chairmen: 7 new and 3 re-conducted SG – plus a new TSAG chairman – plus 4 regional tariff group chairs – plus 1 for Standardization Committee for Vocabulary (SCV) 95 vice-chairmen elected, many from developing countries (including SGs, TSAG, tariff groups, SCV) – Resolution 56 [ex C] - Role of TSAG and ITU-T study group vice-chairmen from developing countries

7 7 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Main results

8 8 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Main results: groups A total of ten study groups – Study Groups 4, 6 and 19 were not continued, relevant work items transferred to other SGs – Re-scoped SG 2, enlarged SGs 13 and 15 Collocation of study groups: SGs 9 & 16 / SGs 11 & 13 New groups: workshops & seminars; vocabulary & terminology (SCV) Technology watch function in TSB

9 9 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Study Group: titles & Chairs SGTitle 2Operational aspects of service provision and telecommunications management – Marie-Thérèse Alajouanine (France) 3Tariff and accounting principles including related telecommunication economic and policy issues – Mr Ki-Shik Park (Republic of Korea) 5Protection against electromagnetic environment effects – Mr Ahmed Zeddam (France) 9Television and sound transmission and integrated broadband cable networks – Mr Charles Sandbank (UK) 11Signalling requirements, protocols and test specifications – Mr Wei Feng (China) 12Performance, QoS and QoE – Mr Charles A. Dvorak (USA) 13Future networks including mobile and NGN – Mr Chae-Sub Lee (Rep. of Korea) 15Optical transport networks and access network infrastructures – Mr Yoichi Maeda (Japan) 16Multimedia coding, systems and applications – Mr Yushi Naito (Japan) 17Security – Mr Arkadiy Kremer (Russia)

10 10 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Highlights - Rev. Resolutions Resolution 1 – Rules of procedure of the standardization sector: – No significant change Resolution 32 – Strengthening electronic working methods for the work of ITU-T: – TSB to provide appropriate electronic participation or observation facilities (e.g. webcast, audio conference, web conference/ document sharing, videoconference, etc) to meetings Resolution 44 – Bridging the standardization gap between developing and developed countries adds a provision for identifying funds for assistance to developing countries via both budgetary and extra-budgetary means Resolution 48 – Internationalized (multilingual) domain names to focus IDN-related studies within SG 16 and in collaboration with other groups

11 11 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Highlights – New Resolutions (1) Resolution 70 [MM] - Telecommunication/ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities encourages: a)development of standards for accessible telecoms/ICTs products and services b)making ITU facilities accessible to persons with disabilities Resolution 71 [NN] Admission of academia, universities and their associated research establishments to participate in the work of ITU-T: – Director to identify ways to increase cooperation between ITU-T and academia, universities and their associated research establishments, & increase their participation in the work of the Sector, including Study Groups – Council to consider the admission of academic institutions, universities and associated research establishments in ITU-T, including an appropriate level of financial contribution Resolution 74 [F&Y] - Admission of Sector Members from developing countries in the work of the ITU-T encourages the admission of sector members from developing countries using the same criteria as for the development sector

12 12 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Highlights – New Resolutions (2) Resolution 72 [EMF] – Measurement concerns related to human exposure to electromagnetic fields: – SG 5 to step up studies in this area of keen interest to the general population in developed and developing countries Resolution 63 [Nomadic] – Studies regarding nomadic telecommunication services and applications: – Better service definition in view of the fixed-mobile convergence brought by next generation networks (NGN) Resolution 73 [ICT&CC] – ICTs and climate change encourages: – Studies for reduction of energy consumption for ICT equipment – Members to work towards reductions in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions arising from the use of ICTs, in line with the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

13 13 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Highlights – New Resolutions (3) Resolution 61 [S] – Misappropriation of international telecommunication numbering resources – encourage countries to take measures against such abuses Resolution 64 [CC] – IP address allocation and encouraging the deployment of IPv6 – Study Groups 2 and 3, each according to its mandate, to study the allocation and economic aspects of IPv6 addresses – TSB and BDT to establish a project to assist developing countries according to their regional needs on IPv6 deployment, and to promote awareness of the importance of the issue (including a website and training activities) – TSB to study the question of IPv6 address allocation and registration for interested members (especially for developing countries) Resolution 76 [I&I] – Studies related to conformance and interoperability testing, assistance to developing countries, and a possible future ITU Mark program – study possible conformance and interoperability testing activities and the use of an ITU logo

14 14 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Highlights – Recommendations Revised Rec. A.1 with working methods of the sector – clarification of the working methods and procedures for JCAs and GSIs Revised Rec. A.7 with improved working methods and procedures for focus groups, in particular when more than one SG is involved New Rec. A.31 with guidelines and coordination requirements for the organization of workshops and seminars Revised Rec. D.50 on International internet connectivity New Rec. D.156 on Network externalities – Some countries expressed reservations with respect to this Recommendation

15 15 Geneva, 26 January 2009 ITU-T future work programme Network infrastructure: optical transport, network management, signalling, performance and QoS, electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), architecture, interoperability, etc Next Generation Network (NGN) IPTV Home networking Cybersecurity including Identity management Mobility Ubiquitous sensor networks Cars and telecoms Accessibility and disability ICTs and climate change Bridging the standardization gap

16 16 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Conclusion Study Group structure, chairmanship: 10 study groups (plus TSAG), 7 (8) new chairmen Strategic issues to be addressed, e.g. – Bridging the Standardization Gap – ICTs and Climate change – Telecom/ICT accessibility – Internet-related studies – Cybersecurity Identification of emerging technologies for standardization – ITU-T Technology Watch function – Increase academic participation – Increased research institute participation Measures to increase participation – Incentives for more sector members and associates – Increase presence of & with academia and R&D institutions – Support for higher participation from developing countries

17 17 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Thank You!

18 18 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Supplemental slides

19 19 Geneva, 26 January 2009 #Title 1Rules of procedure of the ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector (ITU-T) 2Study group responsibility and mandates 7Collaboration with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 11Collaboration with the Postal Operations Council (POC) of the Universal Postal Union (UPU) in the study of services concerning both the postal and the telecommunication sectors 17Telecommunication standardization in relation to the interests of developing countries 18Principles and procedures for the allocation of work to, and coordination between, the Radiocommunication and Telecommunication Standardization Sectors 20Procedures for allocation and management of international telecommunication numbering, naming, addressing and identification resources Revised Resolutions approved

20 20 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Revised Resolutions approved #Title 22Authorization for TSAG to act between WTSAs 26Assistance to the regional tariff groups 29Alternative calling procedures on international telecommunication networks 31Admission of entities or organizations to participate as Associates in the work of ITU-T 32Strengthening electronic working methods for the work of ITU-T 33Guidelines for ITU-T strategic activities 34Voluntary Contributions 35Appointment and maximum term of office for chairmen and vice- chairmen of ITU-T Study Groups and of the Telecommunication Standardization Advisory Group (TSAG) 38Coordination among ITU-T, ITU-R and ITU-D for activities relating to IMT 40Regulatory aspects of ITU-T work

21 21 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Revised Resolutions approved #Title 42Implementation of results-based budgeting – Impact on planning in ITU-T 43Regional preparations for WTSAs 44Bridging the standardization gap between developing and developed countries 45Effective coordination of standardization work across study groups in ITU-T and the role of TSAG 47Country code top-level domain names 48Internationalized (multilingual) domain names 49ENUM 50Cybersecurity 52Countering and combating spam Note: combination of WTSA-04 Resolutions 51 and 52 53Establishment of a workshop and seminar coordination group 54Creation of regional groups 55Mainstreaming gender in ITU-T activities

22 22 Geneva, 26 January 2009 New Resolutions approved # [Prov.#]Title 56 [C]Role of TSAG and ITU-T study group vice-chairmen from developing countries 57 [E]Strengthening coordination and cooperation among ITU-R, ITU-T and ITU-D on matters of mutual interest 58 [L]Creation of regional Computer Incident Response Teams (CIRTs) for Developing countries 59 [N]Participation of developing countries telecommunication operators from developing countries 60 [R]Responding to the challenges of the evolution of the numbering system and its convergence with IP based systems 61 [S]Misappropriation of international telecommunication numbering resources 62 [U]Dispute settlements 63 [Nomadic]Studies regarding nomadic telecommunication services and applications 64 [CC]IP address allocation and encouraging the deployment of IPv6 65 [DD]Calling party number delivery 66 [GG]The Creation of Technology Watch Function in TSB

23 23 Geneva, 26 January 2009 New Resolutions approved #Title 67 [II]Creation of a Standardization Committee for Vocabulary (SCV) 68 [JJ]The implementation of Resolution 122 (Rev. Antalya, 2006) The evolving role of the World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly 69 [KK]Non-discriminatory access and use of Internet resources 70 [MM]Telecommunication/ICT accessibility for persons with disabilities 71 [NN]Admission of Academia, Universities and associated research establishments to participate in the work of ITU-T 72 [EMF]On the study of the effects of human exposure to radiofrequencies 73 [ICTs&CC]ICTs and climate change 74 [F&Y]Admission of Sector Members from developing countries in the work of ITU-T 75 [WSIS]ITU-Ts contribution in implementing the outcomes of the World Summit on the Information Society, and the establishment of a dedicated group on Internet-related public policy issues as an integral part of the Council Working Group on World Summit on the Information Society 76 [I&I Testing] Studies related to conformance and interoperability testing, assistance to developing countries, and a possible future ITU Mark program

24 24 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Study Group 2Chairman: Mrs Marie-Thérèse Alajouanine (France) Vice Chairmen: Mr James M. Kilaba (Tanzania) Mr Marcos Pérez García (Cuba) Mr Sherif Guinena (Egypt) Mr In-Seop Lee (Republic of Korea) Mr Steven Lind (United States) Mr Bruno Ramos (Brazil) Mr Phil Rushton (United Kingdom) Ms Jie Zhang (China) Study Group 3Chairman: Mr Ki-Shik Park (Republic of Korea) Vice Chairmen: Mr Leslie Martinkovics (United States) Mr Matano Ndaro (Kenya) Mr Cleveland Thomas (Trinidad & Tobago) Mr Seiichi Tsugawa (Japan) Mr Alexander V. Yakovenko (Russian Federation) Chairmen & vice-chairmen (1/5)

25 25 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Chairmen & vice-chairmen (2/5) Study Group 5Chairman:Mr Ahmed Zeddam (France) Vice Chairmen: Mr Tariq H. Al-Amri (Saudi Arabia) Mr Darren Carpenter (United Kingdom) Mr H é ctor Carril (Argentina) Mr Philip Day (Australia) Mr Sung-Chul Kang (Republic of Korea) Mr Guy-Michel Kouakou (Côte d Ivoire) Mr Alexander Tsym (Russian Federation) Mr Li Xiao (China) Study Group 9Chairman:Mr Charles Sandbank (United Kingdom) Vice Chairmen: Mr O.V. Gofaizen (Ukraine) Mr Satoshi Miyaji (Japan) Mr Dong Wang (China) Mr Arthur Webster (United States) Study Group 11Chairman:Mr Wei Feng (China) Vice Chairmen: Ms Jane Humphrey (Sweden) Mr Kaoru Kenyoshi (Japan) Mr Andrei Koucheryavi (Russian Federation) Mr Hyeong-Ho Lee (Republic of Korea)

26 26 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Chairmen & vice-chairmen (3/5) Study Group 13Chairman:Mr Chae-Sub Lee (Republic of Korea) Vice Chairmen: Mr Mohammed Al Ramsi (UAE) Mr Simon Bugaba (Uganda) Mr Marco Carugi (United Kingdom) Mr Haitham Chedyak (Syrian Arab Republic) Mr Maurice Habib Ghazal (Lebanon) Mr Davoud D. Gordeh (Iran) Mr Olivier Le Grand (France) Mr Leo Lehmann (Switzerland) Ms Duo Liu (China) Ms Hui Lan Lu (United States) Mr Naotaka Morita (Japan) Mr Konstantin Trofimov (Russian Federation) Study Group 15Chairman:Mr Yoichi Maeda (Japan) Vice Chairmen: Mr Baker Baker (Syrian Arab Republic) Mr Júlio Cesar Fonseca (Brazil) Mr V.B. Katok (Ukraine) Mr Francesco Montalti (Italy) Mr Andrew Nunn (United Kingdom) Mr Helmut Schink (Germany) Mr Sadegh A. Shahkooh (Iran) Mr Shaohua Yu (China)

27 27 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Chairmen & vice-chairmen (4/5) Study Group 16Chairman:Mr Yushi Naito (Japan) Vice Chairmen: Mr Fode SOUMAH (Guinea) Mr Seong-Ho JEONG (Republic of Korea) Mrs Claude LAMBLIN (France) Mr Zhong LUO (China) Mr Mark NEIBERT (United States) Mr Ibaa OUEICHEK (Syrian Arab Republic) Study Group 17Chairman:Mr Arkadiy Kremer (Russian Federation) Vice Chairmen: Mr Jianyong Chen (China) Mr Mohammed K. Elhaj (Sudan) Mr Antonio Guimarães (Brazil) Mr Koji Nakao (Japan) Mr Patrick Mwesigwa (Uganda) Mr Heung-Youl Youm (Republic of Korea)

28 28 Geneva, 26 January 2009 Chairmen & vice-chairmen (5/5) TSAGChairman:Mr John Visser (Canada) Vice Chairmen: Mr Fabio Bigi (Italy) Mr Dmitry Cherkesov (Russian Federation) Mr Mohammed Gheyath (United Arab Emirates) Mr Jean-Jacques Massima-Landji (Gabon) Mr Haruo Okamura (Japan) Mr Stephen Trowbridge (United States) TAFChairmen: Mr Abossé Akue-Kpakpo (Togo); Mr Modibo Traore (Mali) Vice Chairmen: Ms Joséphine Adou Biendjui (Côte dIvoire) Mrs Pauline Tsafak Djoumessi (Cameroon) TALChairman:Mr Facundo Fernandez Begni (Argentina) Vice Chairmen: Mr Pedro Oliva Brunet (Cuba) Mr Vanderlei Campos (Brazil) Mr Luis E. Monsanto (Venezuela) TASChairman:Mr Byoung Nam Lee (Republic of Korea) Vice Chairman: Mr Gunawan Hutagalung (Indonesia)


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