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SG11: Signalling requirements, protocols, test specifications and combating counterfeit products

​​​Executive summary of the SG11 meeting (Geneva, 6-15 March 2019)

ITU-T Study Group 11 meeting was held in Geneva, from 6-15 March 2019 and it was attended by 69 delegates from 21 countries. Along with face-to-face meetings, most sessions from various Questions or joint Questions meetings were supported by remote participation capabilities.
Parallel events:

1     Approved Recommendations (TAP, Resolution 1 of WTSA-16)
ITU-T Study Group 11 decided to approve during its plenary session, held on 15 March 2019, the following ITU-T Recommendation:

# Q WP Draft new/revised Rec. No. Title Final TD A.5 justification
1.15/113/11
Q.5050 (Q.FW_CCF)Framework for solution to combat counterfeit ICT Devices TD848-R1/GEN-

2     Consented Recommendations (ITU-T A.8)
The following table shows the 'Consented' draft Recommendations.

# Q WP Draft new/revised Rec. No. Title Final TD A.5 justification
1.                   1/11
1/11ITU-T Q.3054
(ex. Q.VCNSA)
Signalling architecture for virtualization of control network entities TD765/GEN TD766/GEN
2.                   2/111/11ITU-T Q.731.3Stage 3. Description for number identification supplementary services using Signalling System no.7 - calling line identification presentation TD828/GEN-
3.                   2/111/11ITU-T Q.731.4Stage 3. Description for number identification supplementary services using Signalling System no.7 - calling line identification restriction TD829/GEN-
4.                   2/111/11ITU-T Q.731.5Stage 3. Description for number identification supplementary services using Signalling System no.7 - connected line identification presentation TD830/GEN-
5.                   2/111/11ITU-T Q.731.6Stage 3. Description for number identification supplementary services using Signalling System no.7 - connected line identification restriction TD831/GEN-
6.                   2/111/11ITU-T Q.3642
(ex Q.Interop_IMS_
Rel_12)
IMS references to Release 12 for communication between IMS and NGN Networks to support the end-to-end service interoperability TD826/GEN TD794/GEN
7.                   2/111/11Amendment 1 to
ITU-T Q.850
Usage of cause and location in the Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 1 and the Signalling System No. 7 ISDN user part" TD827/GEN-
8.                   6/112/11ITU-T Q.5020
(ex Q.NS-LCMP)
Protocol requirements and procedures for network slice lifecycle management TD789/GEN TD808/GEN
9.                   10/113/11ITU-T Q.SDN-CTFramework of SDN controller testing TD857/GEN-
10.               11/113/11ITU-T Q.4014.1
 [3GPP Release 10]
PSTN/ISDN terminal equipment using IP Multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance testing; Part 1: PICS TD835/GEN TD832/GEN
11.               11/113/11ITU-T Q.4014.2 v.1_SI_IAD_TS_
Part2 (ex Q.39_SI_IAD_
TS_Part2 v.1 [3GPP Release 10])
PSTN/ISDN terminal equipment using IP Multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance testing; Part 2: TSS&TP TD834/GEN TD833/GEN

3     Supplements, Handbooks, Technical Papers, Guidelines and Corrigenda
3.1  Supplements
No Supplements were approved at this meeting.
3.2  Guidelines
No Guidelines were approved at this meeting.
3.3  Handbooks
No Handbooks were approved at this meeting.
3.4  Technical Papers
No Technical Papers were approved at this meeting.
3.5  Corrigenda
No Technical Papers were approved at this meeting.

4     
SG11 Structure and Management
There were no changes to the structure of SG11.

5     
Questions
There were no changes to the Questions texts at this meeting. ​

6    
Liaison officers and Rapporteurs
It was decided that, due to other commitments, the Rapporteur of Q12/11 Mr Steve Liang (University of Calgary, Canada) would step down. Mr Liang was thanked for his work with ITU-T SG11. He will be replaced by the Associate Rapporteur Mr Ruslan Kirichek (Russia, SPbSUT).
At the opening plenary, 2 Acting Rapporteurs were nominated for the duration of the meeting, Mrs Xiaojie ZHU (China Telecom) for Q1/11 and Mr Xiaowu HE (China Telecom) for Q14/11.
The final list of Rapporteurs, Associate Rapporteurs and Acting Rapporteurs can be found in SG11-TD657-R2/GEN.
Mr Khoa NGUYEN VAN was appointed as Mentor of ITU-T CASC The final list of Liaison Officers and representatives can be found in SG11-TD656-R1/GEN.

   
Action plan of ITU-T SG11 for the current Study Period (2017-2020)
During the first meeting of ITU-T SG11 (February 2017) in the current study period, the SG11 Chairman presented the SG11 Action plan (SG11-TD173/GEN) which summarizes the strategy of the WPs for the current Study Period, according to the presentations given by the WPs Chairmen.
There were no changes in the action plan at this SG11 meeting (6-15 March 2019), the SG11 Chairman encouraged the WPs Chairmen to provide updates to the action plan at the next SG11 meeting (October 2019), if any.

8     
Conformity Assessment Steering Committee
The seventh meeting of the ITU-T Conformity Assessment Steering Committee (CASC) took place during ITU-T SG11 meeting on 8 March 2019.
IECEE TF finalized the Operational Document (OD) “ICT Laboratory Recognition Service on ITU-T Recommendations" and presented it at the ITU-T CASC meeting (8 March 2019). The service is based on IECEE peer assessment processes by using ITU-T Recommendations. This service would be organized and arranged from IECEE side based on IECEE peer assessment program, which would use and facilitate ITU-T technical experts nominated by ITU-T CASC.
The OD should be approved by IECEE CMC in June 2019 and following that the ITU/IECEE TL recognition procedure will be put in place.
Following the approval of OD by IECEE, any Testing Laboratory (TL) (including non-ITU members) may apply for such recognition. The TL should follow the instructions given in IECEE OD. This document will be made available after IECEE CMC approval.
Currently, ITU-T CASC is developing the third Guideline “ITU-T CASC collaboration procedure with IECEE for TL recognition service on ITU-T Recommendations". This document should be finalized and proposed for ITU-T SG11 agreement in October 2019.
In addition, ITU-T CASC received two applications from candidates requesting appointments as ITU-T technical experts, with competence in relevant ITU-T SG2 and ITU-T SG5 Recommendations. In line with the approved guidelines for the appointment of ITU-T CASC Technical Expert, the ITU-T CASC constituted appointment teams to review the applications and provide recommendations to ITU-T CASC.
ITU-T CASC requested all ITU-T SGs to provide focal points to ITU-T CASC. This list of experts will be used by ITU-T CASC as the reference list of experts on particular areas of study of relevant SGs, who could be included in the appointment team (depending on the scope of applications received).
Finally, ITU-T CASC, in collaboration with IECEE will develop a joint ITU/IEC certification scheme and ITU-T CASC requested all ITU-T SGs to provide their proposal regarding potential ITU-T Recommendations (SG11-TD764/GEN), which may become subject for a future ITU/IEC joint certification scheme, taking into consideration market needs.
More details are available in the ITU-T CASC report, in SG11-TD797-R1/GEN.
The next CASC physical meeting will take place in Geneva on 18 October 2019. The ITU-T CASC interim meetings will be announced by the CASC Chairman, if needed.

9     
SDN and 5G/IMT-2020 related issues
ITU-T SG11 consented new Recommendation ITU-T Q.5020 “Protocol requirements and procedures for network slice lifecycle management" and started a new work item Q.IEC-PRO “Protocols for microservices based intelligent edge computing".
ITU-T SG11 is going to develop ICN related protocols. As far as ITU-T SG13 is developing Recommendations and Supplements on use cases, requirements, frameworks, and architectures for ICN, ITU-T SG11 invited ITU-T SG13 experts to join such discussions in future ITU-T SG11 meetings.
Finally, ITU-T SG11 progressed the following ongoing work items:

More information about these results is available in the WP2/11 report (SG11-TD787/GEN).

10     Signalling issues
Following the approval of the revised Recommendation ITU-T Q.850 in 2018, it was realized that the amendment 1 and addendum 1 issued in 2001 and 2000 respectively, were not incorporated in the final text of the Recommendation ITU-T Q.850. ITU-T SG11 agreed to issue an amendment to ITU-T Q.850, which incorporates all missing points highlighted in the received contribution.
Also, ITU-T SG11 progressed on the following ongoing work items:

ITU-T SG11 started several new work items, as follows:

​More information about these results is available in the WP1/11 report (SG11-TD786/GEN).

11     SS7 security
ITU-T SG11 consented the revision of ITU-T Q.731.3 “STAGE 3 DESCRIPTION FOR NUMBER IDENTIFICATION SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES USING SIGNALLING SYSTEM No.7 - CALLING LINE IDENTIFICATION PRESENTATION".
It was noted that ISDN and SS7 will be used worldwide in the long term. The meeting agreed that it is urgent and necessary to revise ITU-T Q.731.3 to accommodate some Member States' demands dealing with the spoofing of calling party number. The revised ITU-T Q.731.3 specifies an exceptional procedure for transit exchange connected to CPE (Customer Premises Equipment) in purpose of providing predefined calling party number by the originating operator. The exceptional procedure applies the same principle of providing calling party number as defined in the original texts in subclause 3.5.2.1.1 of ITU-T Q.731.3.
From ITU-T SG11 perspective, all calling party numbers delivered in the telecommunications network should be generated or verified by an operator.
Some editorial work has also been done on ITU-T Q.731.4, Q.731.5 and Q.731.6 to align it with this series of Recommendations. All three of them were also consented at the meeting.
Also, ITU-T SG11 made good progress on Q.SR.Trust “Signalling requirements and architecture for interconnection between trustable network entities". The relevant architecture and scenarios of interconnection between trustable network entities have been discussed at the meeting.
More details to be found in the WP1/11 report (SG11-TD786/GEN).

12     VoLTE/ViLTE interconnection
ITU-T SG11 improved the baseline text of the ongoing work item Q.DEN-IMS “Signalling architecture of distributed ENUM networking for IMS" and started a new draft Recommendation Q.Protocol_DES “Protocol at interface between two distributed ENUM servers for IMS".
Also, following the approval of IMS references for release 11 in July 2018, this time ITU-T SG11 consented new draft Recommendation ITU-T Q.3642 “IMS references to Release 12 for communication between IMS and NGN Networks to support the end-to-end service interoperability".
Finally, ITU-T SG11 made good progress on the following ongoing work items:

More information about these results is available in the WP1/11 report (SG11-TD786/GEN).

13    Testing specifications, monitoring and implementation of ITU C&I Programme
ITU-T SG11 consented three draft Recommendations on testing, including:​
​​With regard to the testing specifications, ITU-T SG11 made good progress on the following ongoing work items:
Also, ITU-T SG11 started new work item Q.PWS "Parameters for evaluating bottleneck of web-browsing service".
Finally, ITU-T SG11 updated the reference list of ITU-T Recommendations suitable for conformity/interoperability assessment (SG11-TD855/GEN).
More information about these results is available in the WP3/11 report (SG11-TD788-R1/GEN).

14     
Internet related performance measurements
There was no discussion on draft ITU-T Q.3961 as it had been put on hold at the previous meetings and there were no contributions addressed to this work item at this particular meeting. However, Q9/11 considers all incoming liaison statements on this matter and prepared the relevant reply (SG11-TD836/GEN).
Also, following the outcomes of the SG11 Workshop, it was noted that the approach highlighted in ITU-T Q.3960 (2016) and the proposed draft ITU-T Q.3961 is compliant with Net Neutrality regulation 2015/2120 from BEREC and OECD 2014 report, underlying that TCP protocol is widely used by customer application. This information was presented during SG11 Workshop on 11 March 2019.
ITU-T SG11 will continue the work on draft ITU-T Q.3961 considering any modifications which may need to be made. The beneficial contributions from ITU-T SG12 experts on supporting the approach specified in draft ITU-T Q.3961 are encouraged.

15     
Collaboration with ETSI TC INT
SG11 continues collaborating with ETSI TC INT through current joint activities and some new areas. Among current joint activities are:
- Interconnection of VoLTE/ViLTE networks;
- Testing specifications;
- Internet related performance measurements.
The join sessions of Q9/11, Q11/11 and ETSI TC INT took place on 12 March 2019. The details of the discussion are available in Q9/11 Report (SG11-TD779/GEN) and Q11/11 Report (SG11-TD781/GEN) respectively.

16     
Combating counterfeit ICT and mobile device theft
At this meeting, further to TSB Circular 105 of 5 September 2018, and pursuant to clause 9.5 of Resolution 1 (Rev. Hammamet, 2016), ITU-T Study Group 11 (Signalling requirements, protocols, test specifications and combating counterfeit products), during its meeting taking place in Geneva on 6-15 March 2019, approved new Recommendation ITU-T Q.5050: Framework for solution to combat counterfeit ICT devices. This Recommendation contains the reference framework and requirements to be considered when deploying solutions to combat the circulation and use of counterfeit ICT devices.
Also, following the decision of Council-18 (C18/107, clause 2), ITU, in particular TSB, should be studying the questions raised by members on IMEI security in one of the ITU-T study groups. Council-18 report (C18/107) requested “ITU-T study groups, in particular Study Group 11, to continue to develop Recommendations, technical reports and guidelines to address the problems posed by counterfeits".
In this regard, following the contribution received and the report prepared by TSB, ITU-T SG11 decided to start a new work item TR-RLB-IMEI "Reliability of IMEI identifier". This technical report contains a study about key vulnerabilities on IMEI reprogramming on mobile devices and proposals to improve IMEI reliability. The output document is available in SG11-TD850/GEN.
In addition, following the contribution received, ITU-T SG11 started a new work item “Technical Report TR-CF-QoS: Impact of Counterfeit Mobile devices on Quality of Service" that aims to study the negative effects and impact of counterfeit mobile devices on network's quality of service along with the negative effects and service degradation experienced by the mobile subscribers.
Finally, ITU-T SG11 made good progress on the following ongoing work items:
More information about these results is available in the WP3/11 report (SG11-TD788-R1/GEN).

17     ITU Workshop on Benchmarking of emerging technologies and applications. Internet related performance measurements, Geneva, 11 March 2019.
ITU-T SG11 organized a Workshop on Benchmarking of emerging technologies and applications. Internet related performance measurements in Geneva on 11 March 2019. The event was attended by many ITU-T SG11 delegates and it was well received by the audience.
This workshop was dedicated to share experiences and highlighting the approaches on benchmarking and Internet related performance measurements of different stakeholders, including telecom operators, regulators, SDOs, customers and any active player.
A successful demo was showcased during the break from Rohde & Schwarz, Germany, following their presentation on "Why Operations Support Systems (OSS) Are Not the Answer to All? Enhanced Network Performance Evaluation with Mobile Probes".
Among the outcomes of the Workshop were:

The detailed outcomes of the workshop are available in SG11-TD813/GEN.

18        Outgoing Liaison Statements
The following table shows the list of the twenty five agreed outgoing liaison statements. See SG11-TD654/GEN.

# Q (s) For: To: Title Reference
13/11IITU-D Q5/2LS/r on disaster relief use cases TD770/GEN
2
4/11IIETF, ETSI ISG NFVLS on recent telemetry related developments in Q4/11: one new draft Recommendation TD812-R1/GEN
32/11IITU-T SG2, 3GPP, ETSI TC NTECHLS/r on consent of revised ITU-T Q.731.3 TD821/GEN
42/11IITU-T SG2LS/r about SG2 work on international calling party number delivery (E.157) TD822/GEN
57/11IITU-T FG ML5GLS/r on New Draft Recommendation ITU-T Q.5001(ex. Q.IEC-REQ) “Signalling requirements and architecture of intelligent edge computing" TD840/GEN
68/11AITU-T SG13LS on collaboration of future development of ICN related protocols TD846/GEN
79/11

A
I

ITU-T SG12
TSAG, BEREC, ETSI TC INT, BBF, ETSI TC STQ, IETF ippm WG

LS/r on current status of the draft Recommendation ITU-T Q.3961 TD836/GEN
810/11AITU-T SG12, ITU-T SG16LS on request information of the current studies on AR/VR applications TD847-R2/GEN
911/11I
All ITU-T SGsLS on reference table to be used for Conformance and Interoperability testing TD856/GEN
1012/11AITU-T SG20, JCA-IoT and SC&CLS/r on ITU-T SG20 JCA-IoT and SC&C to update information at the "IoT and SC&C Standards Roadmap and the list of contact points" TD807/GEN
1115/11IITU-D SG2, ITU-T SG12LS on impact of Counterfeit Mobile devices on Quality of Service TD851/GEN
1215/11IITU-D SG2, ITU-T SG2, ITU-T SG 12, ITU-T SG17, 3GPP, GSMALS on creation of New Work Item on 'Reliability of IMEI identifier' TD852/GEN
1315/11AITU-D SG2 (Q4/2)LS on updates to the Technical Report on the Combat of Counterfeit Devices TD853/GEN
1415/11IAPT, ATU, CEPT, CITEL, LAS, RCCLS on advances on the combat of counterfeit and stolen ICT devices TD854/GEN
15All/11ITSAGLS/r on creation, participation and termination of Regional Groups TD814/GEN
16All/11IITU-T SG13LS/r on invitation to review Big data Standardization Roadmap and provide missing or update information TD859/GEN
17All/11

A
I

TSAG
ITU-D SG1; ITU-D SG2; TDAG; ITU-D Q3/1; ITU-T All SGs; RAG; all ITU-R SGs

LS/r on ITU inter-Sector coordination TD861/GEN
18All/11ITSAGLS/r on streamlining Resolutions TD863/GEN
19All/11IITU-T SG2, SG13, SG17, ITU-D Q1/1, 3GPP SA5, ETSI ISG NFVLS on new Recommendation Q.5020 (formerly Q.NS-LCMP) TD793/GEN
20CASC

A
I

All ITU-T SGs
IECEE TF ITU Requirements

LS on call for focal points to ITU-T CASC and candidates ITU-T Recommendations for joint ITU/IEC certification scheme [to all SGs] TD796/GEN
21CASCI
ITU-T SG2, ITU-T SG5LS on receipt of application of candidate ITU-T technical experts and creation of ITU-T CASC Appointment Team TD798/GEN
22
CASC
12/11

A

I

ISO/IEC JTC1 SC41

IECEE TF ITU Requirements; ITU-T SG20

LS on ITU-T and IECEE activities on recognition of testing laboratories and joint certification scheme TD795/GEN
235/11I
ITU-T SG20LS on the progress of ITU-T SG11 on ongoing work item Q.HET-GW TD841/GEN
24All/11
A
JCA-IMT2020LS/r on invitation to update the information in the IMT2020 roadmap TD860/GEN
25
All/11I
ITU-D Study Group 2 (SG2), Question 4/2Ls/r on collaboration TD862/GEN

19     Approved new work items
19.1  New work items initiated during ITU-T SG11 meeting (Geneva, 6-15 March 2019)
The following table shows the list of the twelve new work items. See SG11-TD858/GEN.

N.​ Q Work item (Draft Recs) Title Editor Timing Ref.
12/11
Q.Pro-DESProtocol at interface between two distributed ENUM servers for IMS ​Xiaojie ZHU (Judy)
zhuxj.gd@chinatelecom.cn
Li Cheng 
licheng@caict.ac.cn
Jinlan Ma 
majl.gd@chinatelecom.cn

 

2020-07 SG11-TD823/GEN
22/11Q.850 Amd.1Usage of cause and location in the Digital Subscriber Signalling System No. 1 and the Signalling System No. 7 ISDN user part
Amendment 1
​Martin Brand, martin.brand@a1.at
Gerhard Ott, gerhard.ott@telekom.de

 

2019-03 SG11-TD827/GEN
32/11Revised ITU-T Q.731.4STAGE 3 DESCRIPTION FOR NUMBER IDENTIFICATION SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES USING SIGNALLING SYSTEM No.7 -CALLING LINE IDENTIFICATION RESTRICTION ​Shi Minrui
shimr@sttri.com.cn
Wu Tong
wutong@chinatelecom.cn

 

2019-03 SG11-TD829/GEN
42/11Revised ITU-T Q.731.5STAGE 3 DESCRIPTION FOR NUMBER IDENTIFICATION SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES USING SIGNALLING SYSTEM No.7 -CONNECTED LINE IDENTIFICATION PRESENTATION ​Shi Minrui
shimr@sttri.com.cn
Wu Tong
wutong@chinatelecom.cn

 

2019-03 SG11-TD830/GEN
52/11Revised ITU-T Q.731.6STAGE 3 DESCRIPTION FOR NUMBER IDENTIFICATION SUPPLEMENTARY SERVICES USING SIGNALLING SYSTEM No.7 -CONNECTED LINE IDENTIFICATION RESTRICTION ​Shi Minrui
shimr@sttri.com.cn
Wu Tong
wutong@chinatelecom.cn

 

2019-03 SG11-TD831/GEN
64/11Q.telemetry-VBNSSignalling requirements for telemetry of virtual broadband network services Cancan Huang huangcc@gsta.com  
Ying Cheng
hengying10@chinaunicom.cn  
Huanan Chen
chenhuanan@gsta.com  
2021-03 SG11-TD811/GEN
7Q5/11Q.BNG-P4switchProcedures for Programming Protocol-Independent Packet Processors(p4) Switch-based vBNG ​Aipeng Guo guoap7@chinaunicom.cn
Junfeng Ma majunfeng@caict.ac.cn
Bo Lei leibo.bri@chinat​elec​om.c​n
Hailong Bai  baihl@chinaunicom.cn
2021-06 SG11-TD804/GEN
87/11Q.IEC-PROProtocols for microservices based intelligent edge computing ​Kwihoon Kim kwihooi@etri.re.kr
Taewan You twyou@etri.re.kr
Yong-Geun Hong yghong@etri.re.kr
Jongmin Lee jminlee@sk.com

 

2020-12 SG11-TD838/GEN
911/11Q.4014.1PSTN/ISDN terminal equipment using IP Multimedia core network subsystem; Conformance testing; Part 1: PICS Martin Brand
martin.brand@a1.at
Gerhard Ott
gerhard.ott@telekom.de

 

2019-03 SG11-TD835/GEN
1013/11Q.PWSParameters for evaluating bottleneck of web-browsing serviceYongsheng Liu
Liuys170@chinaunicom.cn
Guangquan Wangwanggq122@chinaunicom.cn
Bo Lei, Leibo.bri@chinatelecom.cn
2020-07SG11-TD800/GEN
1115/11TR-RLB-IMEIReliability of IMEI identifier João Zanon zanon@anatel.gov.br 2020-Q2SG11-TD850/GEN
1215/11TR-CF-QoSImpact of counterfeit Mobile devices on Quality of ServiceKofi Ntim
kofi.yeboah-kordieh@nca.org.gh
Kunle Olorundare olorundarek@ncc.gov.ng
Sidi Mohamed Raliou
raliou@yahoo.fr
Mehfuz Khaled
mehfuz@btrc.gov.bd
2020-Q4TBD

19.2  Work items initiated during the interim Rapporteur groups meeting, held in September-October 2018
The table below shows the work items initiated during the interim Rapporteur groups meeting, held in September-October 2018 and approved at the ITU-T SG11 opening plenary:

N. Q Work item (Draft Recs) Title Editor Timing Ref.
1
1/11Q.NGNe-O-SASignalling architecture of orchestration in NGNe
Ying Cheng
chengying10@chinaunicom.cn
Huan Deng
denghuan.bri@chinatelecom.cn
2020-11 TD660/GEN
2
3/11Q.suppl. ETS_Multi_AccessSignalling requirements for IMS emergency telecommunications service in support of multiple accessesMuyin Liu
liumy91@chinaunicom.cn
Guangxu Lyu
lvgx@chinaunicom.cn
Jianyin Zhang
zhangjianyin@chinamobile.com
2020-12 TD664/GEN
34/11Q.VNFT-reqSignaling requirements for VNF lifecycle management under the testing environmentJing Tang
tangjing.bri@chinatelecom.cn
2020-12 TD697/GEN

20     Work plan for interim Working Party and Rapporteur meetings
The following represents the interim meetings plan as agreed at the ITU-T SG11 Plenary (Geneva, 15 March 2019. Also in SG11-TD655-R2/GEN).

20.1  Working parties
Working Party 1/11, Working Party 2/11 and Working Party 3/11 meetings will be held on 26 June 2019.

Question Dates Place / Host Terms of reference Contact Email
reflector
WP1/1126 June 2019Geneva Progress on-going work items under Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4 and Q5
Consent draft Q.SD-WAN
Agree Q.suppl.Multi_Device_ETS
But not limited to

 

tsbsg11@itu.int t17sg11all@lists.itu.int
WP2/1126 June 2019Geneva ​Consent ITU-T Q.CE-APIMP
Approve outcomes of Q6/11, Q7/11, Q8/11 RGM

 

tsbsg11@itu.int t17sg11all@lists.itu.int
WP3/11
26 June 2019Geneva ​Consent Q.vs-iop-reqts (Q13/11)
Approve meeting report of Qs
Approve Out-going liaisons
Approve new WIs

 

tsbsg11@itu.int t17sg11all@lists.itu.intt

 20.2     Rapporteur groups
The following interim Rapporteurs' groups meetings are agreed by SG11 Plenary (Geneva, 15 March 2019).

Question Dates Place / Host Terms of reference Contact Email
reflector
4/1110-12 April 2019 9:00-11:00 (Geneva time)E-meetingProgress the on-going work item Q.SD-WAN chengying10@chinaunicom.cn t17sg11q4@lists.itu.int
1/1117-26 June 2019Geneva ​Progress ongoing work items, Q.DEN_IMS and Q.NGNe-O-S
Consider any other new work items
But not limited to

 

denghuan.bri@chinatelecom.cn t17sg11q1@lists.itu.int
2/1117-26 June 2019Geneva ​Progress ongoing work items;
Consider new work items.

 

licheng@caict.ac.cn
t17sg11q2@lists.itu.int
3/1117-26 June 2019GenevaProgress ongoing work items, Q.ETN-DS, Q.suppl.Multi_Device_ETS and Q.suppl. ETS_Multi_Access
Consider any other new work items.
Prepare Q.suppl.Multi_Device_ETS for agreement at WP1/11 meeting in June.
But not limited to.
zhuxj.gd@chinatelecom.cn

t17sg11q3@lists.itu.int
4/1117-26 June 2019GenevaConsent draft Q.SD-WAN
Progress the on-going work items under study in Q4/11
Discuss new work item introduced by contributions
Review the work program and modify the Action Plan
But not limited to.
chengying10@chinaunicom.cn t17sg11q4@lists.itu.int
5/1117-26 June 2019GenevaProgress ongoing work items Guoap7@chinaunicom.cn t17sg11q5@lists.itu.int
6/1117-26 June 2019Geneva Consent Q.CE-APIMP
Progress ongoing work items of Q6/11
Discuss new work item proposals
Review and handle relevant LSs
Establish future work plans​
wanghn.bri@chinatelecom.cn t17sg11q6@lists.itu.int
7/1117-26 June 2019Geneva Progress ongoing work items of Q7/11
Discuss new work item proposals
Review and handle relevant LSs
Establish future work plans
jminlee@sk.com
t17sg11q7@lists.itu.int
8/1117-26 June 2019Geneva Progress ongoing work items of Q8/11
Discuss new work item proposals
Review and handle relevant LSs
Establish future work plans​
jypark@etri.re.kr
t17sg11q8@lists.itu.int
9/1117-26 June 2019GenevaOngoing work items martin.brand@a1telekom.at t17sg11q9@lists.itu.int
10/1117-26 June 2019Geneva ​Discuss contributions addressed to improve ongoing work items
Discuss iLSs and prepare oLSs
Consider proposal to start new work items
kaoru.kenyoshi@nict.go.jp t17sg11q10@lists.itu.int
12/1117-26 June 2019Geneva
Progress on ongoing work items
Open new work items
kirichek@sut.ru t17sg11q12@lists.itu.int
13/1117-26 June 2019Geneva ​Progress ongoing work items
Consider other new work items
shimr@sttri.com.cn t17sg11q13@lists.itu.int
14/1117-26 June 2019GenevaFinalize Q.vs-iop-reqts for consent
​Progress ongoing work items
chenn4.gd@chinatelecom.cn t17sg11q14@lists.itu.int
15/1117-26 June 2019E-meeting ​Advance Q.FW_CSM and other ongoing WIs;
Consider iLSs if any;
Consider new WIs if any
zanon@anatel.gov.br t17sg11q15@lists.itu.int

21     Regional Groups' meetings
SG11 was informed about plans of Regional Groups' for 2019:

Note: SG11RG-EECAT will take place back to back with SG3RG-EECAT, SG13RG-EECAT, FG NET-2030 and related Workshop/Forum.
The detailed information will be circulated through the relevant mailing lists and reflected on the Regional Groups web pages.

22     Promotion of ITU-T SG11 work
At the closing plenary of ITU-T SG11, it was proposed to organize the following Workshop in 2019, as follows:

The exact title of the Workshop and further details will follow.

23     Next Study Group 11 meeting
The next SG11 meeting is scheduled to take place in Geneva on 16-25 October 2019. The dates and venue will be confirmed.​​