New ITU-T Global Portal launched with special focus on Regional Participation

New ITU-T Global Portal launched with special focus on Regional Participation

In 2004 Resolution 54 (Rev. Dubai, 2012) approved at the World Telecommunication Standardization Assembly (WTSA) resolved to support the creation of regional groups within Study Groups. This resolution aims to increase the participation of developing countries in standardization work and…

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Press Release: Test event finds mobile phones have poor hands-free performance

Car makers issue decisive call to phone manufacturers to adhere to standards Geneva, 13 June 2014 – The results of an ITU test event have highlighted the need for phone manufacturers to improve their products’ compatibility with car hands-free systems. The event found that…

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12-16 May: Leading car makers to test hands-free systems to ITU standards

Mercedes, Toyota-Europe, Bosch, Renault and Volvo are among companies that will participate in an ITU event that aims to usher in a new era of trouble-free hands-free communications. While hands-free communications in cars has been available for years, performance has often been…

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ITU guidelines on establishing a national standardization secretariat

ITU-T has launched a set of guidelines for developing countries to establish a ‘national standardization secretariat’ charged with marshaling ICT standardization domestically and representing a country’s interests in the international standardization work of ITU-T. The “Guidelines on the establishment of…

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ITU hosts testing event for hands-free in car systems

ITU hosts testing event for hands-free in car systems

ITU will host an event at ITU headquarters in Geneva 12-16 May 2014 to bring car manufacturers together with makers of hands-free terminals (HFT) and phones to test their products according to ITU standards and encourage a new era of…

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New e-Learning Course on the Working Methods of ITU-T Study Groups

The first in a series of new ITU-T e-learning courses is now available on the ITU Academy platform. The course is based on Recommendation ITU-T A.1 “Work methods for study groups of the ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector”, providing an introduction…

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