Committed to connecting the world

List of Pilot projects for conformity assessment against ITU-T Recs

​# Title ITU-T Recs. Focal Point Interested Companies Motivations Short-term strategyReferences

Conformance testing pilot project on “Network management interface related Recommendations (ITU-T M.3170 series)”

Recs. ITU-T
M.3170 series (M.3170.0, M.3170.1, M.3170.2, M.3170.3)

WANG Zhili (WP2/2 chair)

Network Operators
  • China Telecom Co., Ltd.
  • China Southern Power Grid (China)
  • FiberHome (China)
  • ZTE (China)
  • Beijing Metarnet Technologies Co., Ltd. (China)
Testing Labs
  • Beijing Infotel Network Testing Laboratory (China)
  • China Telecommunication Technology Labs (CTTL)
  • Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT, China)

Taking into account of the wide adoption and influence in industrial of this series of Recommendations, this Conformance testing project will promote products which are compliant to this series of Recommendations, help operators, vendors, and integrators to implement this series of ITU-T Recommendations and better facilitate the interconnection between EMS, NMS, and OSS
for the MTNM interface.

First — gather interested vendors, operators, integrators and others who implement Recs. ITU-T M.3170 series to identify and harmonize their testing requirements.

— select appropriate testing organization(s) that are competent to perform the conformance testing for the Recs. ITU-T M.3170 series against these testing requirements using agreed test suites.

— testing organization(s) to test the products which are based on the Recs. ITU-T M.3170 series by agreed test suites (see 1st above).

— populate the ITU-T product conformance database with testing results generated by selected testing organizations which performed testing, and produced conformance testing report in agreed format.

TD 214 GEN/11 (Nov.13)

TD 215 GEN/11 (Nov.13)

TD 449 GEN/11 (Jul.14)

TD 664 GEN/11 (Apr.15)

TD1089 GEN/11
(Jul. 16)

ITU-T M.3170.4


Conformance testing pilot project on “Mobile network portability (ITU-T Q.Suppl.4)”

ITU-T Q.Suppl.4​

Vadim Plahov
(Russia, ZNIIS)

Igor Bukharev
(Russia, ZNIIS)

​Administration of Russian Federation


​There are a lot of implementations of mobile number portability (MNP) solutions used by telecom operators in the world. Most of them are based on the ITU-T Q.suppl.4.
Conformance testing of MNP solutions/equipment is a market driven issue which can help operators and service providers of developing countries to check the compliance of the chosen solutions/equipment to the requirements defined by ITU-T Q.Suppl.4.

​First – draft conformance test specifications of MNP, involving interesting parties

Second – test MNP solution against ITU-T Q.Supl.4, using developed ITU-T conformance test specification

Third – populate the ITU Product Conformity Database with testing results

​TD 665 GEN/11 (Apr.15)

TD 751 GEN/11

TD1044 GEN/11

ITU-T Q.3905

(SG11, Feb.17,
2nd stage was fulfilled)

​3Interoperability Test for Optical Access Network Devices​ITU-T G.9801
ITU-T G.9801 Implementers’ guide
​Kenji Nakanishi,

Hiroaki Mukai

Kazumi Onishi
(G.9801 Editors)

Sumitomo Electric Industries
​Facilitating utilization of devices for EPON-based optical access systems​C&I test event in February 2016 by HATS Conference
TD922 GEN/11
​4Conformance testing pilot project on IPTV (ITU-T H.700 series)​ITU-T H.701 (2009)
ITU-T H.702 (2015)
ITU-T H.721 (2015)
ITU-T H.750 (2008)
ITU-T H.761 (2014)
ITU-T H.762
ITU-T H.764
ITU-T H.770 (2015)
​Marcelo Moreno
(Vice-chairman SG16, Rapporteur Q13/16)

Masahito Kawamori
(Former Coordinator IPTV-TSR and Rapporteur Q26/16, Q28/16)

Hideki Yamamoto (Vice-chairman SG16)

​Keio University (Japan)
Federal University of Juiz de Fora (UFJF, Brazil)
​To meet the market demands to test conformance of the IPTV products to ITU-T Recommendations.
To improve the ITU-T standards and test specifications on through the test activities
​Organize a series of ITU test events on IPTV collocated with ITU-T Study Group 16 held in Geneva:
(17 January 2017)
Next event is planned in October 2017
TD66 (GEN/11)

Note: the list of pilot projects has been approved at the ITU-T SG11 meeting (Geneva, 6-15 February 2017). It is available in TD98 (GEN/11)