A webinar on Thursday will share the results of the 27 November to 6 December meeting of the ITU standardization expert group for ‘performance, QoS and QoE’, ITU-T Study Group 12.
Tune-in to learn more about new ITU standards nearing approval for virtual measurement systems, end-to-end QoS for videotelephony over 4G networks, and the impact of initial video-loading delay on users’ experience of video streaming.
Presentations introducing key revisions of ITU standards will address open-source speech coding software and the performance of mobile phones when acting as gateways to vehicle hands-free systems.
The webinar will be moderated by the Chairman of ITU-T Study Group 12, Kwame Baah-Acheamfuor, National Communications Authority of Ghana. The meeting’s results will be presented by the Chairmen of the group’s three Working Parties:
Watch the video to see how a new ITU standard developed by ITU-T Study Group 12 supports high-quality ICT services at major events.
The work of ITU-T Study Group 12 spans the full spectrum of terminals, networks and services, ranging from speech over fixed circuit-switched networks to multimedia applications over mobile and packet-based networks.
This work evolves rapidly, in tune with the advances of ICT industry.
New standards emerging from ITU-T Study Group 12 address the topics including the quality of video gaming, hands-free communications in vehicles, adaptive bitrate video streaming, and ICT services at major sporting and entertainment events.
Experts interested in contributing to the work of ITU-T Study Group 12 are invited to contact the group’s secretariat at email@example.com.
Learn more about ITU-T Study Group 12 in an ITU interview with the group’s Chairman.