Regulators promoting Quality of Service (QoS) are set to meet with network operators, equipment vendors and companies specializing in QoS assessment at an ITU workshop on ‘Telecommunication service quality regulatory frameworks and experience-driven networking’ in Geneva, 26 November 2018. The workshop is free of charge and open to all.
The workshop will support ITU in providing technical guidance to regulators promoting high QoS in their home markets, an area of work gaining a progressively larger share of the ITU standardization work programme.
The workshop precedes a meeting of the ITU standardization expert group for ‘performance, QoS and QoE’, ITU-T Study Group 12, 27 November to 6 December 2018.
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 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learn more about ITU-T Study Group 12 in an ITU interview with the group’s Chairman, Kwame Baah-Acheamfuor.