ITU workshop calls for more coordinated approach to connected car security

An ITU workshop has highlighted that greater alignment in standards bodies’ thinking and work programmes would assist in improving the effectiveness of what remain disjointed standards efforts to ensure the security of connected, automated vehicles. The ITU Workshop on Security Aspects…

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28 August, Geneva: ITU workshop on connected car security

An ITU Workshop on Security Aspects of Intelligent Transport Systems in Geneva, 28 August 2017, will analyze the security demands of the communications technologies underlying connected, automated driving. Participation in the workshop is free of charge and open to all. Register…

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Orchestration for 5G: New ITU standards and demos of softwarization and slicing (VIDEO)

Orchestration for 5G: New ITU standards and demos of softwarization and slicing (VIDEO)

“Is 5G the revitalization of the telecoms business? Our answer is – yes, it is.” This is the view of Hyungsoo Kim, KT, speaking to the new business opportunities that 5G will present network operators as they support ICT-enabled innovation…

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Ascending Mount Everest with lightweight fibre-optic cable

Connecting rural citizens to broadband Internet services remains a challenge worldwide. In the United States, for instance, the prospect of a new USD 1 trillion infrastructure programme has sparked renewed interest in how best to bring rural connectivity up to…

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New ITU work supports environmental sustainability of 5G systems

ITU-T Study Group 5 invites contributions to emerging study of 5G environmental requirements Geneva, 15 June 2017 – ITU’s standardization expert group for ‘environment and circular economy’, ITU-T Study Group 5, is inviting contributions to its emerging study of the environmental…

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One world, one global SIM: How ITU-allocated ‘global IMSI ranges’ support worldwide IoT and M2M connectivity

One world, one global SIM: How ITU-allocated ‘global IMSI ranges’ support worldwide IoT and M2M connectivity

Demand for global connectivity for Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) applications is motivating an increasing number of IoT and M2M players to apply for ITU-allocated ‘global IMSI ranges’. Global International Mobile Subscriber Identity (IMSI) ranges are signified by…

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