Digi.TV Public seminar: Perspective of technological development for digital television
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January 21, 2007– With the support of the Sintesio founders, Iskratel, Ltd., Slovenian Institute for Standardization (SIST), University of Ljubljana, its supporting member Telekom Slovenia and Hotel Golf, Bled, the Sintesio has officialy issued the invitiation to International Telecommunication Union (ITU) to host the ITU-T FG IPTV 4th meeting in Bled, May 7 – 11, 2007, which ITU-T FG IPTV has accepted at the plenary session of the last, 3rd meeting.The 4th meeting will take place in Hotel Golf, Cankarjeva 4, SI-4260 Bled, Slovenia.
“We were honoured with the proposal of Mr. Chae Sub Lee, the vice-chair of the FG IPTV, who have presented the proposal to host 4th ITU-T FG IPTV meeting at Bled in November 2006, during the Sintesio’s 2nd NGN seminar. The regional and local telecommunication industry has expressed great interest to support the organization of the 4th meeting in Slovenia”, said Dr. Bogdan Topic, President of the Sintesio Board.
“The mission of ITU-T FG IPTV is to coordinate and promote the development of global IPTV standards, taking into account the existing work of ITU-T study goups as well as Standards DEveloping Organizations, Fora and Consortia. With your kind hosting arrangement, I believe the 4th ITU-T FG IPTV meeting will be another important event to continue the ongoing ITU-T IPTV standardization activity”, said Mr. Malcolm Johnson, Director of the ITU Telecommunication Standards Bureau in his confirmation letter.
Further information about the scope and registration to the ITU-T FG IPTV 4th meeting can be found at http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/IPTV/index.phtml.
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NGN aims to meet the needs of network operators and vendors alike in developing specifications for a feature-rich NGN that supports key capabilities necessary to enable a wide range of multimedia services. Capabilities in support of legacy PSTN/ISDN services (PSTN/ISDN emulation/simulation) and appropriate interconnections to other networks are supported in ETSI TISPAN Release 1. The NGN will support a gradual migration for the support of both legacy equipment and the PSTN/ISDN service set. Key scenarios of this feature are:
— PSTN/ISDN Replacement (in whole or in part)
— Support for legacy terminal equipment connected directly and indirectly to NGN.
The scope of the interoperability event is to prepare and execute a network integration tests (NIT) for the following NGN migration scenarios:
The aim of the event is to prepare and execute well structured end-to-end network integration tests based on ETSI TISPAN draft reports with the objectives to:
— test the interoperability of different vendor’s implementations at the functional level and to evaluate the coherence of draft standards;
— test interworking between ISUP/BICC and SIP Profiles A, B and C;
— test Quality and Performance in a real multi-operator environment;
— generate technical report with the Implementation guides for deployment of NGN scenarios, that will be tested end-to-end.
The interoperability event is intended for those:
— Softswitch/Core IMS equipment vendors,
— network operators and service providers,
— system integrators
who want to validate the current state of implementations agains the ETSI TISPAN NGN Release 1 standards. The interoperability event will give participants the opportunity to evaluate NGN solutions and products, its interoperability with the solutions of world leading players. With the SINTESIO testlab connections to public ISDN/PSTN network and to Internet and the network configurations with remote NGN domain, it will be possible to test and validate real network behavior such as Performance, Quality and Security issues.
Equipments (call servers, trunk gateways, access or residential gateways) which will constitute part of the IUT, must support PSTN/ISDN call model and optionally SIP (profile A or B) call model, ISUP/SIP interworking, and SIP-I (SIP profile C) as NNI interface. Bearer control protocol is not in the scope of the test event, therefore it is strongly recommended that participating vendors provide both, call servers and gateways as elements constituting Type 3 GWs.
1700€ per company; up to 3 participants. Participation fee covers:
— cost of a booth configuration
— coffee brakes for each day
— lunch for each day
Registration is open at ETSI Plugtest. Companies wishes to register for the event can registers here.
December 9, 2005 the SINTESIO testlab was officially opened by ETSI general director, Mr. Karl Heinz Rosenbrock. The opening ceremony attended Slovenian minister of economy, Mr. Andrej Vizjak, founder of the SINTESIO testlab, representatives form strategic partners, supporting organizations, and government institutions.
Sintesio’s added value and contribution can be measured through:
— the early validation of standardization documents and feedback information to the standardization bodies;
— increased cooperation among all the participants in the ICT chain that results in the compatible operation of products and solutions across the entire network (end-to-end);
— proof of interoperability that stems from a real environment; this increases the trust of end users and makes it possible to draw up efficient regulations in important technological and social areas.
Sintesio receives support from important ICT players, such as the following: the operators Telecom Slovenije and Telekom Austria; product and solution manufacturers; test-equipment suppliers; the Directorate for Electronic Communications and the Directorate of the Information Society with the ministries of the Government of the Republic of Slovenia; and APEK, the Slovenian regulatory agency. Sintesio represents an important step in the efforts of Slovenia to become a reference technological site for the development, testing and implementation of new products, solutions, services and applications in the area of ICT.
The constituent general assembly of the SINTESIO foundation held on 9 December 2005 in the premises of the Municipality of Bled. All the representatives of the founders were present, namely Karl Heinz Rosenbrock, ETSI, Director General; Andrej Polenec, Iskratel, General Manager; Bogdan Topič, D.Sc., SIST President; Željko Puljič, M.Sc., Iskratel; Marjeta Strle Vidali, M.Sc., SIST Director and Janez Bešter, D.Sc., strategic partner representative – University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Electrical Engineering.
The assembly has nominated and elected the following bodies of the SINTESIO foundation:
— Chairman of the Assembly: Marjeta Strle Vidali
— Vice Chairman of the Assembly: Karl Heinz Rosenbrock
— Member of the Management Board: Bogdan Topič, D.Sc.
— Member of the Management Board: Željko Puljič, M.Sc.
— Member of the Management Board: Janez Bešter, D.Sc.
On the first session the members of the Management Board elect a President among themselves.
— Chairman of the Professional Council: Matjaž Janša, M.Sc., Ministry of Economy
— Vice Chairman of the Professional Council: Anthony Wiles, ETSI o Member of the Professional Council: Martin Brant, Telekom Austria
— Member of the Professional Council: Csaba Szabo, D.Sc., Create-Net Research Consortium Trento
— Member of the Professional Council: Andrej Kos, D.Sc., Faculty of Electrical Engineering
— Member of the Professional Council: Marko Jagodič, D.Sc.
— Member of the Professional Council: Dušan Mitič, Telekom Slovenije
— Member of the Professional Council: Andrej Ciglič, Iskratel
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