Executive summary of the SG11 meeting (Geneva, 27 June-6 July 2016)
Study Group 11 meeting was held in Geneva, from 27 June-6 July 2016 and was attended by 123 delegates from 33 countries. Along with face-to-face meetings, most sessions from various Questions or joint Questions meetings were supported by remote participation capabilities. The SG11 meeting was co-located with:
– ETSI TC INT meeting (28 June - 1 July)
– ITU-T CASC 2nd meeting (28 June 2016);
– ITU Workshop on "Combating Counterfeit Using Conformance and Interoperability Solutions" (28 June 2016);
– ITU Workshop on "SS7 Security" (29 June 2016);
– SG13 meeting (27 June - 8 July 2016);
– JCA-SDN meeting (30 June 2016);
– JCA-CIT meeting (1 July 2016).
1 Approved and Consented Recommendations (ITU-T A.8) and other Recommendations matters
1.1 The following table shows the approved Recommendations
|#||Question ||WP/11||Draft new/revised Rec. No.||Title||Final TD||A.5 justification|
|1||15/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.3960||Framework for Internet related performance measurements||TD 1345 (GEN/11)||N/A|
1.2 The following table shows the 'Consented' draft Recommendations
|#||Question ||WP/11||Draft new/revised Rec. No.||Title||Final TD ||A.5 justification|
|1||2/11||1/11||ITU-T Q.3629 v1||Interworking between the IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem and Circuit Switched (CS) networks. Protocol specification||TD 1108 Rev.1 (GEN/11)||TD 1111 (GEN/11)|
|2||4/11||2/11||ITU-T Q.3711 |
|Signalling requirements for software-defined broadband access network||TD 1250 (GEN/11)||N/A|
|3||6/11||2/11||ITU-T Q.3404 |
|Signalling requirements for NGN real-time multimedia services supporting IPv6 transition||TD 1325 (GEN/11)||TD 1341 (GEN/11)|
|4||6/11||2/11||ITU-T Q.3712 |
|Scenarios and signalling requirements of unified intelligent programmable interface for IPv6||TD 1323 Rev.2 (GEN/11)||N/A|
|5||7/11||3/11||ITU-T Q.3231 |
|Signalling Requirements and Protocol at the Ne interface between the transport location management physical entity and the network access configuration physical entity||TD 1332 Rev.1 (GEN/11)||TD 1263 (GEN/11)|
|6||7/11||3/11||ITU-T Q.3228 |
|Signalling Requirements and Protocol at the M1 interface between the transport location management physical entity and the mobile location management physical entity (P)||TD 1328 (GEN/11)||TD 1339 (GEN/11)|
|7||7/11||3/11||ITU-T Q.3229 |
|Signalling Requirements and Protocol at the M2 interface between the transport location management physical entity and the handover decision and control physical entity||TD 1330 (GEN/11)||TD 1340 (GEN/11)|
|8||9/11||3/11||ITU-T X.609.2 |
|Managed P2P communications: Overlay resource control protocol (ORCP)"||TD 1257 (GEN/11)||TD 1256 (GEN/11)|
|9||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.1912.5D||Interworking between session initiation protocol (SIP) and bearer independent call control protocol (BICC) or ISDN user part (ISUP): Test suite structure and test purposes (TSS&TP) for profile C||TD 1269 (GEN/11)||TD 1268 (GEN/11)|
|10||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4004.3 v1||Communication Diversion using IP Multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance testing; Part 3: User side, TSS&TP||TD 1271 (GEN/11)||TD 1270 (GEN/11)|
|11||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4007.1 v1||Explicit Communication Transfer (ECT) using IP Multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance testing; Part 1: Network side, User side, PICS||TD 1273 (GEN/11)||TD 1272 (GEN/11)|
|12||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4007.2 v1 ||Explicit Communication Transfer (ECT) using IP Multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance testing; Part 2: Network side, TSS&TP||TD 1275 (GEN/11)||TD 1274 (GEN/11)|
|13||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4007.3 v1||Explicit Communication Transfer (ECT) using IP Multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance testing; Part 3: User side, TSS&TP"||TD 1277 (GEN/11)||TD 1276 (GEN/11)|
|14||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4008.1 v1||Malicious Communication Identification (MCID) using IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem; Conformance Test Specification; Part 1: Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS)"||TD 1279 (GEN/11)||TD 1278 (GEN/11)|
|15||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4008.2 v1||Malicious Communication Identification (MCID) using IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem; Conformance Test Specification; Part 2: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS&TP), network side"||TD 1280 (GEN/11)||N/A|
|16||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4008.3 v1||Malicious Communication Identification (MCID) using IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem; Conformance Test Specification; Part 3: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS&TP), user side||TD 1281 (GEN/11)||N/A|
|17||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4009.1 v1||Completion of Communications to Busy Subscriber (CCBS) and Completion of Communications by No Reply (CCNR) using IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem; Conformance Test Specification; Part 1: Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS)||TD 1283 (GEN/11)||TD 1282 (GEN/11)|
|18||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4009.2 v1 ||Completion of Communications to Busy Subscriber (CCBS) and Completion of Communications by No Reply (CCNR) using IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem; Conformance Test Specification; Part 2: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS&TP)||TD 1285 (GEN/11)||TD 1284 (GEN/11)|
|19||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4010.1 v1||Message Waiting Indication (MWI) using IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem; Part 1: Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS)||TD 1287 (GEN/11)||TD 1286 (GEN/11)|
|20||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4010.2 v1||Message Waiting Indication (MWI) using IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem; Part 2: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS&TP), network side||TD 1289 (GEN/11)||TD 1288 (GEN/11)|
|21||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4010.3 v1||Message Waiting Indication (MWI) using IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem; Part 3: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS&TP), user side||TD 1291 (GEN/11)||TD 1290 (GEN/11)|
|22||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4011.1 v1||Closed User Group (CUG) using IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem; Conformance Test Specification; Part 1: Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS)||TD 1293 (GEN/11)||TD 1292 (GEN/11)|
|23||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4011.2 v1||Closed User Group (CUG) using IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem; Conformance Test Specification; Part 2: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS&TP), network side||TD 1294 (GEN/11)||N/A|
|24||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4011.3 v1||Closed User Group (CUG) using IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem; Conformance Test Specification; Part 3: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS&TP), user side||TD 1295 (GEN/11)||N/A|
|25||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4012.1 v1||Anonymous Communication Rejection (ACR) and Communication Barring (CB) using IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem 3GPP Release 10; Conformance Testing Specification Part 1: Protocol Implementation Conformance Statement (PICS)||TD 1296 (GEN/11)||TD 1320 (GEN/11)|
|26||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4012.2 v1||Anonymous Communication Rejection (ACR) and Communication Barring (CB) using IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem; Conformance Test Specification; Part 2: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS&TP), network side||TD 1298 (GEN/11)||TD 1297 (GEN/11)|
|27||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4012.3 v1||Anonymous Communication Rejection (ACR) and Communication Barring (CB) using IP Multimedia (IM) Core Network (CN) subsystem; Conformance Test Specification; Part 3: Test Suite Structure and Test Purposes (TSS&TP), user side||TD 1300 (GEN/11)||TD 1299 (GEN/11)|
|28||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.4016||Testing specification of call establishment procedures based on SIP/SDP and H.248 for a real-time fax over IP service||TD 1314 (GEN/11)||TD 1313 (GEN/11)|
|29||11/11||4/11||ITU-T Q.3920 |
|Terms and definitions to be used in conformance and interoperability issues||TD 1318 (GEN/11)||N/A|
1.3 Q-series Recommendations structure
SG11 has agreed to change the title of the Q-series Recommendations from "Switching and signaling" to "Switching, signalling, measuring and testing". Also SG11 agreed to create a new sub-group and related subgroups as follows:
Q.3710-Q.3899: Signalling requirements and protocols for SDN
– Q.3710-Q.3739: Resource control protocols
– Q.3740-Q.3899: (Empty)
1.4 Acknowledging active involvement of the Membership in the development of ITU-T deliverables (WTSA Res. 80)
TSB presented the TSAG decision to roll out to all Study Groups the SG9 pilot guidelines on implementation of Resolution 80. SG11 does not have a strong view on this initiative which was strongly supported by Brazil. The acknowledgment web page as drafted by TSB was welcomed by SG11 meeting, it was available at: http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/studygroups/2013-2016/11/Pages/acknowledgements.aspx
TSB was encouraged to develop similar webpages for every meeting of SG11 in this Study Period and to continue exploring the acknowledgment of contributors to the development of ITU-T SG11 Recommendations.
2 Supplements, Handbooks, Technical Papers, Guidelines and Corrigenda
No Supplements were approved at this meeting.
No Guidelines were approved at this meeting.
No Handbooks were approved at this meeting.
2.4 Technical Papers
No Technical Papers were approved at this meeting.
No Corrigenda were approved at this meeting.
3 SG11 Structure and Management
Tina TSOU was thanked for her work as WP2/11 Co-chairman as she is unable to continue in that capacity. Her experience and expertise will be sorely missed.
SG11 structure and Management team is therefore confirmed as follows:
WP1: Signalling requirements and protocol for emerging networks
(Questions: 1, 2, 3/11)
WP1 Chairman: Xiaojie Zhu (China Telecom),
WP1 Vice-chair: Vacant
WP2: Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and resource control
(Questions: 4, 5, 6/11)
WP2 Chairman: Kaoru Kenyoshi (NEC Europe Ltd.)
WP2 Vice-chair: Vacant
WP3: Attachment and service networking, including IoT and M2M
(Questions: 7, 8, 9/11)
WP3 Chairman: Shin-Gak Kang (ETRI)
WP3 Vice-chair: Isaac Boateng (Ghana)
WP4: Conformance and Interoperability (C&I) testing
(Questions: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15/11)
WP 4 Chairman: Martin Brand (A1 Telekom Austria AG)
WP 4 Vice-chair: Andrey Koucheryavy (Russian Federation)
4 Questions and WTSA-16 preparation
There were no changes in the Questions texts at this meeting.
SG11 held a number of special sessions namely on Thursday 30 June, Friday 1 July, Monday 4 July and Wednesday 6 July 2016 to conclude the discussions on SG11 restructuring in view of WTSA-16. The draft report of these special session including its outcome can be found in TD 1240 (GEN/11).
TSB has harmonized the list of Questions and mandate of SG11 for next Study Period in TD 1187 Rev.2 (GEN/11).
The following table summarizes the list of new, revised and merged Questions as proposed by SG11 to WTSA-16 for next Study Period.
5 Liaison officers and Rapporteurs
|QA/11||Signalling and protocol architectures in emerging telecommunication environments and guidelines for implementations||Continuation of Q1/11|
|QB/11||Signalling requirements and protocols for service and application in emerging telecommunication environments||Continuation of Q2/11|
|QC/11||Signalling requirements and protocol for emergency telecommunications||Continuation of Q3/11|
|QD/11||Protocols for control, management and orchestration of network resources||Merging of Q4/11 and Q6/11|
|QE/11||Protocols and procedures supporting services provided by broadband network gateways||Continuation of Q5/11|
|QF/11||Signalling requirements and protocols for network attachment including mobility and resource management for future networks and 5G/IMT-2020||Continuation of Q7/11|
|QG/11||Combating counterfeit and stolen ICT equipment||Continuation of Q8/11|
|QH/11||Protocols supporting distributed content networking and information centric network (ICN) for FNs and 5G/IMT-2020, including end-to-end multi-party communications||Continuation of Q9/11|
|QI/11||Service and networks benchmark testing, remote testing including Internet related performance measurements||Merging of Q10/11 and Q15/11|
|QJ/11||Protocols and networks test specifications; frameworks and methodologies||Continuation of Q11/11|
|QK/11||Testing of internet of things, its applications and identification systems||Continuation of Q12/11|
|QL/11||Monitoring parameters for protocols used in emerging networks, including cloud computing and SDN/NFV||Continuation of Q13/11|
|QM/11||Cloud interoperability testing||Continuation of Q14/11|
|QN/11||Testing of emerging 5G/IMT-2020 technologies||New Question|
|QO/11||Protocols supporting control and management technologies for 5G/IMT-2020||New Question|
SG11 approved the appointment of new Rapporteurs and Associate Rapporteurs as follows:
– Peng ZHU (China Unicom, China) was thanked for his role as Associate Rapporteur for Q5/11 as he is unable to continue in that capacity. Guo AIPENG (China Unicom, China) took on the role of Associate Rapporteur for Q5/11
– Xiaoyong HAN (China Mobile) was thanked for his role as Associate Rapporteur for Q9/11 as he is unable to continue in that capacity.
– Isaac BOATENG (NCA, Ghana) was thanked for his role as Associate Rapporteur for Q11/11, from which he is to step down due his increasing commitments as Chairman of the CASC.
– Hideo HIMENO (NEC Corporation) was thanked for his role as Rapporteur for Q14/11, as he is unable to continue in that capacity. Nan CHEN (China Telecom) was promoted from Associate Rapporteur to Rapporteur Q14/11.
– Eva IBARROLA (University of the Basque country) was thanked for her role as Rapporteur Q15/11 as she is unable to continue in that capacity. Martin BRAND (A1 Telekom Austria AG) took on the role of Acting Rapporteur Q15/11.
The final list of Rapporteurs and Associate Rapporteurs can be found in TD 1073 Rev.1 (GEN/11).
SG11 approved the appointment of new liaison officers and representatives as follows:
– Xiaojie ZHU (China Telecom) and Shin-Gak KANG (ETRI) were appointed as liaison officers to FG IMT-2020;
– Tina TSOU is unable to continue in the capacity of liaison officer to JCA-Res178 and JCA-COP and Public Relations officer;
– Due to the announced closure of JCA-IPTV and IPTV-GSI, the position of liaison officer held by Shin-Gak KANG (ETRI) was closed.
The final list of Liaison Officers and representatives can be found in TD 1072 Rev.2 (GEN/11)
.6 Second meeting of the ITU-T Conformity Assessment Steering Committee (CASC)
The second meeting of the CASC was addressed in two sessions on Tuesday 28 June 2016 from 9:30am and was chaired by Mr Isaac Boateng.
The CASC established an initial list of ITU-T Recommendations (ITU-T P.1140, P1100, P.1110 and K.116) which may become subject of joint certification schemes. For such joint certification programmes, the CASC aims at establishing collaboration with the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) for ITU-T P.1140 and K.116 and with the Global Certification Forum (GCF) for ITU-T P1100 and P.1110.
While detailed procedures involving the GCF are yet to be discussed, the IECEE has submitted a Contribution to inform on the decision of the IECEE Conformity Assessment Board (CAB) and Certification Management Committee (CMC) on establishment of an ITU-T/IECEE joint Task Force, which will be tasked to define the ITU requirements necessary for the inclusion of a testing laboratory and joint certification program.
The meeting report can be found in TD 1306 (GEN/11)
. More details about ITU-T CASC is available at https://itu.int/en/ITU-T/studygroups/2013-2016/11/Pages/CASC.aspx
. 7 Collaboration with ETSI TC INT
According to the approved guideline TD 913 (GEN/11), outlining a framework for collaboration among SG11 and ETSI TC INT, a co-located meeting of ETSI TC INT was organized in Geneva from 28 June to 1 July 2016. It allowed organization of joint sessions among relevant Questions of SG11 and ETSI TC INT to progress topics of joint interest including:
– SIP-IMS conformity testing (joint with Q11/11);
– Internet speed measurement (joint with Q15/11);
– Framework of an interconnection among VoLTE/ViLTE-based networks (joint with Q2/11).8 Combating counterfeiting
SG11 Q8/11 advanced the draft Recommendation "Framework for solution to combat counterfeit ICT Devices", which will be approved via TAP, based on Contributions from Brazil, and UK. The updated draft Recommendation is to be found in TD 1337 (GEN/11)
. The two ongoing technical reports TR-CF_BP “Guidelines on best practice and solutions for combating counterfeit ICT devices” TD 1346 (GEN/11)
and TR‑Uni_Id “Use of anti-counterfeiting technical solutions relying on unique and persistent mobile device identifiers” TD 1230 (GEN/11)
were also progressed at the meeting. A new work item SR-AFR “Survey report on counterfeit ICT devices in Africa region” TD 1199 (GEN/11)
has been agreed and is planned for approval at next SG11 meeting.
A contribution from Russia proposing to create a new work item on "DoA-IoT-based ICT system to combat counterfeiting" was not accepted. Russia was advised to resubmit this proposal with a more generic scope, e.g. proposing a generic solution using IoT; DOA may be listed as one of the solutions in such a generic framework.9 Internet speed measurement
After AAP comment resolution, see its report TD 1186 (GEN/11)
, the new Recommendation ITU-T Q.3960 "Framework for Internet related performance measurements" (ex. Q.FW_Int_sp_test) was approved, final text in TD 1345 (GEN/11)
. This marks an important achievement as this framework targets internet speed measurement from an end-users perspective. A companion draft Recommendation (planned Q.3961) on “Testing methodologies of internet speed measurement system to be used on the fixed and mobile networks” will be progressed at next meeting of SG11, which plans continuing developments in this area. To be noted that this is a joint work with ETSI TC INT.
10 Other Conformance and Interoperability (C&I)-related outcomes
SG11 advanced and updated the standardization work plan for SIP-IMS as 20 new Recommendations were approved on SIP‑IMS, TD 1343 (GEN/11). It includes standards of requirements and relevant test specifications of basic call and some supplementary services, which are applied to fixed networks. SG11 collaborate with ETSI TC INT on this subject.
WP4/11 has progressed work on C&I issues. Relevant updates are provided as follows:
– Pilot projects for conformity assessment against ITU-T Recommendations TD 1326 (GEN/11), http://www.itu.int/go/pilot-projects);
– Living list of key technologies which are suitable for C&I Testing (TD 1235 (GEN/11), http://itu.int/go/key-technologies);
– The reference table of standards used for C&I assessment (TD 1255 (GEN/11), http://itu.int/go/reference-table);
– A new Recommendation ITU-T Q.3920 “Terms and definitions to be used in Conformance and Interoperability issues” was consented. It will help to enhance discussions on C&I by providing a common terminology;
– For the CASC results, see section 7.
The Joint Coordination Activity on Conformance and Interoperability (JCA-CIT) was closed as it achieved its objectives. Future coordination on C&I will be performed by SG11 in its capacity of Lead SG on test specifications, conformance and interoperability testing.
11 Establishment of two regional groups for SG11 (Africa and RCC)
At the last meeting of SG11, two regional groups were established, one for Africa and one for RCC. These regional groups were supported by both ATU and RCC. The terms of references of these two new regional groups can be found in TD 555 (TSAG).
12 Workshops during SG11 meeting (27 June – 6 July 2016)
12.1 Combating Counterfeit Using Conformance and Interoperability Solutions
A workshop on “Combating Counterfeit Using Conformance and Interoperability Solutions” was held on 28 June 2016 (PM) and was attended by about 100 participants. The workshop succeeded in creating awareness of the studies currently on-going in ITU-T SG11 Question 8 on the topic to combating counterfeit. It debated whether or not conformance and interoperability programmes can assist to combat counterfeit ICT devices, and provided best practices worldwide. It also showcased new trends and mechanisms in ICT counterfeiting, tempering and/or duplication of unique device identifiers and discussed mechanisms to secure the supply chain management (from manufacturing, importation distribution and marketing) to ensure traceability, security, privacy and trust of people, products and networks. A Chairman report was posted on the workshop webpage and can be seen here.
12.2 SS7 Security
A workshop on “SS7 Security” was held on 29 June 2016 (AM) and was attended by about 100 participants. This workshop succeeded to share information on SS7 security issues among various operators and stakeholders. It analyzed the current SS7 standards and identified which one is impacted as well as how to improve them in terms of security. The workshop also discussed cooperation with other SDOs and organizations on SS7 security issues. A Chairman report was posted on the workshop webpage and can be seen here.
13 Outgoing Liaison Statements
The following table shows the list of the nineteen (19) agreed outgoing liaison statements. See TD 1070 Rev.2 (GEN/11)
14 Approved new work items
|1||PLEN||All||Action||TSAG||LS/o on proposed text for the revision of Recommendation A.12 [to TSAG]||TD 1329 (GEN/11)|
|||||||Info||RevCom, All ITU-T SGs|||||
|2||PLEN||All||Action||TSAG||LS/o/r on WTSA-16 preparations (reply to TSAG - LS 16 -E) [to TSAG]||TD 1331 (GEN/11)|
|3||PLEN||All||Info||RevCom, TSAG, All SGs||LS/o/r on increasing efficiency of work in ITU-T (reply to RevCom LS2) [to RevCom, TSAG, All SGs]||TD 1353 (GEN/11)|
|4||PLEN||All||Action||TSAG, ITU-T SG12||LS/o on request to stop a new work item ITU-T Y.FMIPQoS started by SG12||TD 1349 Rev.1 (GEN/11)|
|5||1||2||Info||SG2||LS/o/r on "Framework of interconnection of VoLTE/ViLTE-based networks" (reply to SG11-LS109) [to ITU-T SG2]||TD 1322 (GEN/11)|
|6||1||2||Info||3GPP CT WG3||LS/o/r on revision of existing Recommendation ITU-T Q.1912.5 "Interworking between Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Bearer Independent Call Control protocol or ISDN User Part" (reply to 3GPP CT WG3 - C3-161212 -E) [to 3GPP CT WG3]||TD 1321 (GEN/11)|
|7||2||4, 5, 6||Info||SG13, JCA-SDN||LS/o on recent SDN-related developments in SG11: two consented Recommendations plus one new work item [to ITU-T SG13 and JCA-SDN]||TD 1354 (GEN/11)|
|8||3||8||Info||ITU-D SG2 Q8/2||LS/o/r on the update of Q8 work (reply to ITU-D Q8/2) [to ITU-D]||TD 1351 (GEN/11)|
|9||3, 4||8, 12||Info||SG20, SG2||LS/o/r on cooperation with ITU-T SG20 (reply to SG20 - LS 32 -E) [to ITU-T SG20]||TD 1305 Rev.1 (GEN/11)|
|10||4||11||Info||ITU-D Q4/2||LS/o/r on ongoing collaboration (reply to ITU-D Q4/2 - SG2RGQ/180-E) [to ITU-D Q4/2]||TD 1344 (GEN/11)|
|11||4||11||Info||ITU-T SG16||LS/o/r on draft new ITU-T Q.4016 "SIP signalling between the IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) and SIP enabled devices for real-time fax over IP" (reply to SG16 - LS 233 -E contained in TD 1193] [to SG16]||TD 1352 Rev.1 (GEN/11)|
|12||4||14||Info||SG13||LS/o/r on cloud computing standards roadmap (reply to SG13-LS127-E) [to ITU-T SG13]||TD 1228 (GEN/11)|
|13||4||15||Info||ITU-T SG3, SG12, TSAG||LS/o/r on new work item "A regulation framework of delivering of ICT services with the guaranteed QoS and requested bit rate on the fixed and mobile data networks" (reply to SG3 - LS 44 -E) [to ITU-T SG3, SG12 and TSAG]||TD 1348 Rev.1 (GEN/11)|
|14||4||15||Action||TSAG||LS/o on the position of SG11 on current and future activities of Q10/11 and Q15/11 [to TSAG]||TD 1349 Rev.1 (GEN/11)|
|15||PLEN||CASC||Action||All ITU-T SGs||LS/o on outcomes of the second ITU-T CASC meeting [to all ITU-T SGs]||TD 1307 (GEN/11)|
|16||PLEN||CASC||Info||ITU-T SG12, IECEE, UNECE, EEC||LS/o on joint IEC/ITU certification on ITU-T P.1140 [to ITU-T SG12, IECEE, UNECE, EEC]||TD 1308 (GEN/11)|
|17||PLEN||CASC||Info||TSAG||LS/o on information on recent activities of the ITU-T CASC [to TSAG]||TD 1309 (GEN/11)|
|18||PLEN||CASC||Info||ITU-T SG5, IECEE||LS/o on Joint IEC/ITU certification on ITU-T K.116 [ITU-T SG5, IECEE]||TD 1310 (GEN/11)|
|19||PLEN||All||Info||TSAG||LS/o on proposed Questions and mandate of SG11 for the next study period (2017-2020)||TD 1187 Rev.2 (GEN/11)|
The following table shows the list of six (6) agreed new work items.15 Work plan for interim Working Party and Rapporteur meetings
The following represents the interim meetings plan as agreed at SG11 Plenary (Geneva, 6 July 2016).15.1 Working parties
No interim Working Parties meetings will be held before next SG11 meeting. 15.2 Rapporteur groups
The following interim Rapporteurs’ groups meetings are agreed by SG11 meeting (Geneva, 27 June-6 July 2016).
|Question/WP||Date||Place / Host||Terms of reference||Contact|
September 2016 13:00-15:00 (Geneva time)
|E-meeting||- Advance the work of on-going WIs (Q.SMO, Q.PVMapping, Q.SCO, Q.SVDC)||Ying Cheng|
|4/11||22-24 November 2016 13:00-15:00 (Geneva time)||E-meeting||- Address any potential issues generated from AAP procedure for Q.SBAN||Ying Cheng|
|Joint Q11/11 and ETSI INT||(dates to be confirmed)||TBD||- Testing specifications for VoLTE interconnection||Martin Brand, email@example.com|
|Joint Q15/11 and ETSI INT||(dates to be confirmed)||TBD||- Testing methodologies of internet speed measurement system to be used on the fixed and mobile networks||Martin Brand, firstname.lastname@example.org|
The Conformity Assessment Steering Committee (CASC) will evaluate after WTSA-16 if necessary to hold a meeting in December 2016.
16 Next Study Group 11 meeting
The next SG11 meeting is scheduled in Geneva, 6-15 February 2017.
The following meeting plan of SG11 and their associated Rapporteurs and WP meetings (depending on the outcome of WTSA-16) are tentatively scheduled as follows:
– Geneva, 29 May – 9 June 2017 (Rapporteurs/WPs)
– Geneva, 8-17 November 2017
A new ITU-T Standardization video was shown and was welcomed by the SG11 meeting. It will help promoting ITU-T activities going forward.
Mr Wei FENG (Chairman of SG11) delivered certificates of appreciation to delegates of SG11 who took an active role in SG11 structure during this Study Period. Mr FENG closed the meeting thanking delegates and TSB SG11 Advisor (Mr Stefano Polidori) as well as TSB SG11 Administrative Assistant (Mrs Emma Norton Viard) for their support and hoping for a brilliant future for SG11 in the new Study Period.