ITU-T experts boost Optical Transport Network beyond 100G

ITU-T members have achieved first-stage approval (“consent”) of a revision to a key ITU-T standard underlying the Optical Transport Network (OTN), signalling the provisional conclusion of a three-year process to enable optical transport at rates higher than 100 Gbit/s. The…

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ITU-T achieves industry first with new standards for 40 Gbit/s fibre to the home

ITU-T members have followed the recent approval of the ITU-T G.989 series of standards for 40-Gigabit-capable passive optical networks (NG-PON2) with the first-stage approval (“consent”) of ITU-T G.989.2 Amendment 1, a further update to the NG-PON2 physical layer specification. NG-PON2…

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New ITU-T standard for 10 Gbit/s symmetric fibre to the home

ITU-T members have achieved first-stage approval (“consent”) of a new international standard for optical access at the rate of 10 Gbit/s both downstream and upstream. The new standard will be particularly beneficial to operators as a cost-effective means of upgrading…

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New ITU-T core information model for transition to software-defined networking

ITU members have achieved first-stage approval (‘consent’) of a core information model for transport resources which will enable smooth transition from traditional management using an Operation Support System (OSS) to Software-Defined Networking (SDN) architectures. The new standard gives operators the…

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ITU, ISO, IEC collaboration yields fundamental cloud computing standards

ITU, ISO and IEC have approved two new international standards fundamental to the cohesion of cloud computing’s development. The standards provide a terminology foundation to be applied universally across the industry as well as a reference architecture to enable the…

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New standards on cybersecurity, cloud security, ASN.1 encoding, and emergency warning

ITU members have agreed new international standards (ITU-T Recommendations) on cybersecurity, cloud computing security and ASN.1 encoding rules for time-critical applications. These achievements come in parallel with the second edition of Common Alerting Protocol (CAP 1.2), a key standard in…

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