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What Rules for IP-enabled NGNs Workshop

The ITU Strategy and Policy Unit (SPU) recently (23-24 March 2006) held a high-level meeting, under the ITU New Initiatives Programme, focusing on the policy and regulatory challenges related to the deployment of IP-enabled NGNs. The draft workshop concept document provides additional details on the objectives of the workshop. For more information, see the main workshop event page.

ITU Links
Workshop: What Rules for IP-enabled NGNs? (March 2006)
NGN National, Regional and International Policy and Regulatory Initiatives
ITU New Initiatives Programme
ITU New Initiatives Workshop on Ubiquitous Network Societies (June 2006)
ITU-T NGN Global Standards Initiative Portal
ITU-T NGN Promotional Leaflet (2005)
ITU-T Study Group 13 (Lead Study Group on NGN)
ITU-T Workshop on NGN in collaboration with IETF (May 2005)
ITU-T Workshop on Convergent Regulation (May 2004)

NGN Policy and Regulatory Resources

Substantial investments are being made by operators and equipment manufacturers in what is referred to as IP-Enabled Next Generation Networks (NGNs). IP-enabled NGNs can be seen as a logical progression from separate PSTN, mobile and IP-network infrastructures to unified networks for future electronic communications based on IP. This technological transition is forcing a fundamental re-examination of current policy and regulatory frameworks. This site provides links to ITU NGN related activities, a March 2006 workshop entitled What Rules for IP-enabled NGNs? and related national, regional and international policy and regulatory initiatives.

ITU Strategy and Policy Unit NGN News
ITU SPU Newslog on NGN  
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ITU-T Newslog on NGN  
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