Committed to connecting the world

SDG

Executive Summary

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Executive Summary of the SG11 meeting (virtual, 22-31 July 2020)​

ITU-T Study Group 11 meeting was held fully virtual from 22 to 31 July 2020 and it was attended by 170 delegates from 41 countries.

As a consequence of the current COVID-19 pandemic, and in coordination with the ITU-T Study Group 11 Chairman, its management team and TSB, this meeting replaces the one originally planned to be held in Geneva on the same dates.

All the sessions were supported by ITU MyMeetings remote participation tool. Remote participation guideline was available on the SG11 webpage for Delegate and Moderator. Additional remote participation guidance is contained in SG11-TD1357/GEN​.

The SG11 Chairman thanked Rostelecom for providing sponsorship to arrange one-way Russian interpretation at the SG11 closing plenary as a trial.

Parallel events:​

1     Approved Recommendations (TAP, Resolution 1 of WTSA-16)​
ITU-T Study Group 11 decided to approve during its opening plenary session, held on 22 July 2020, the following ITU-T Recommendation:​

# Q WP Draft new/revised Rec. No. Title Final Reference A.5 justification
1.1/111
ITU-T Q.3643
(ex Q.DEN_IMS)​

Signalling architecture of distributed infrastructure ENUM networking for IMS
SG11-R30
SG11-TD1191/GEN

Note: the Recommendation ITU-T Q.3643 was approved by SG11 at the opening plenary (virtual, 22 July 2020) following Member States consultations (SG11-TD1362/GEN, TSB Circular 241) and taking into consideration the typo highlighted in SG11-C522​.

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
ITU-T Q.3058
(ex Q.NGNe-O-SA)
Signalling architecture of orchestration in NGNe
SG11-TD1286/GEN
-
2.

2/11
1
ITU-T Q.3645
(ex Q.Pro-DES)

Protocol at interface between two distributed ENUM servers for IMS
SG11-TD1396/GEN​
SG11-TD1356/GEN
​3.

​3/11
1​
ITU-T Q.3060
(ex Q.ETN-DS)

Signalling architecture of the fast deployment emergency telecommunication network to be used in a natural disaster SG11-TD1407/GEN​​​-
​4.

4/11
1
ITU-T Q.3059
(ex Q.SFD)

Signalling requirements for service function discovery
SG11-TD1408-R1/GEN
SG11-TD1440-R1/GEN
​5.
​5/11
1
ITU-T Q.3720
(ex Q.BNG-PAC)​
​Procedures for vBNG acceleration with programmable acceleration card​
SG11-TD1419/GEN-​
6.
​8/11
​2
​ITU-T Q.4100
(ex Q.HP2P-Arch)
Hybrid peer-to-peer (P2P) communications: Functional architecture
SG11-TD1380/GEN​​
​-
​​7.
​8/11
2​
ITU-T X.609.9
(ex X.mp2p-ocmp)
Managed P2P communications: Overlay content management protocol​
SG11-TD1382/GEN
SG11-TD1410/GEN​
8.
​8/11
​2
ITU-T X.609.10
(ex X.mp2p-srds)
Managed P2P communications: Signalling requirements for data streaming​SG11-TD1383/GEN​​
​-
​​9.
​10/11
​3
ITU-T Q.4066
(ex Q.TP_AR)
Testing procedures of Augmented Reality applications​ SG11-TD1414-R1/GEN​​​​-
10.
12/11​ ​3
​ITU-T Q.4062
(ex Q.FW_IoT/Test)
Framework for IoT Testing​
SG11-TD1412-R2/GEN​-
11.
12/11
3​ ​ITU-T Q.4063
(ex Q.39_FW_Test_ID_IoT)
The framework of testing of identification systems used in IoT
SG11-TD1413-R2/GEN​​​​-
12.
13/11​
3​
ITU-T Q.3915
(ex Q.BNGP)
Set of parameters of vBNG for monitoring​ SG11-TD1430-R1/GEN-​
​13.
​13/11
3​
ITU-T Q.3961
(ex Q.PWS)
​Parameters for evaluating bottleneck of web-browsing service
SG11-TD1431-R1/GEN-​
​14.
​14/11
3​
ITU-T Q.4064
(ex Q.vbng-iop-reqts)
​Interoperability testing requirements of virtual Broadband Network Gateway
SG11-TD1392-R1/GEN​​​-​
15.
​15/11
​3
ITU-T Q.5052
(ex Q.DEV_DUI)
Addressing mobile devices with duplicate unique identifier​
SG11-TD1435-R1/GEN​ ​-


Supplements, Handbooks, Technical Papers, Guidelines and Corrigenda

3​.1
Supplements
​ITU-T SG11 agreed the Supplement below:

​Q
​Title
​Final TD
​3/11
​Q Suppl.72 (ex. Q_suppl_ETS_Multi_Access): Signalling requirements for IMS emergency telecommunications service in support of multiple accesses
SG11-TD1406/GEN

3.2  Guidelines
No Guidelines were agreed at this meeting.

3.3  Handbooks
No Handbooks were approved at this meeting.

3.4
  Technical Papers / Technical Reports
ITU-T SG11 agreed the Technical Report below:
​Q
​Title
​​Final TD
​15/11
​ITU-T QTR-RLB-IMEI: Reliability of IMEI
SG11-TD1434-R1/GEN​


3.5
  Corrigenda
No Corrigenda 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 Q8/11, Mr Juyoung Park (ETRI, Korea (Rep. of)) and the Associate rapporteur of Q9/11, Mr Rustam Pirmagomedov (SPbSUT) would step down. Mr Changkyu Lee (ETRI, Korea (Rep. of)) was appointed as Rapporteur of Q8/11 and Ms Cancan Huang (China Telecom) was appointed as Associate rapporteur of Q4/11.

Mr Juyoung Park and Mr Rustam Pirmagomedov were thanked for their active work with ITU-T SG11.

At the opening plenary, six Acting Rapporteurs and two Acting WPs Chairmen were nominated for the duration of the meeting in order to assist SG11 leadership to conduct Questions and WPs sessions remotely in case of connectivity issues. The final list of Rapporteurs, Associate Rapporteurs and Acting Rapporteurs can be found in SG11-TD1284-R3/GEN​.

The final list of Liaison Officers and representatives can be found in SG11-TD1283/GEN.

7     Conformity Assessment Steering Committee
The eleventh meeting of the ITU-T Conformity Assessment Steering Committee (CASC), which was held virtually during ITU-T SG11 virtual meeting on 24 July 2020, focused on contribution received from IEC titled Presentation on Requirements for Test Labs ("CBTLs") at IECEE and the incoming liaison from ILAC, which contains ILAC Survey Report issued in June 2020.

In its contribution (SG11-C488), IEC specifies the roles and requirements for the Testing Laboratories and the Certification Bodies using the IECEE CB Scheme. It was also indicated that as a non-for-profit Organisation, there was a need to cover IECEE cost of operations and so the Operational Document (OD 2026) which specifies the requirements for TL recognition process will be implemented for the ITU. This means IECEE programme with ITU will have financial implication, as follows: During discussion, it was highlighted that:​ ​Finally, following discussion taken place at the CASC meeting, it was decided that the standalone ITU/IECEE TL recognition procedure, which comes with extra costs for TLs, is not needed, as there is no financial benefit in return for TLs who might wish to populate the ITU Product Conformity Database only.

With regards to the joint certification scheme, CASC decided to put it on hold in order to give ITU-T SGs a possibility to consider all provided financial details and provide CASC feedback whether such joint certification scheme is of interest of their members, taking into consideration financial implications. The relevant oLS addressed to all ITU-T SGs is available in SG11-TD1451/GEN, while the LS to IECEE is available in SG11-TD1449/GEN.

During CASC meeting, ILAC presented outcomes of ILAC survey to identify Testing Laboratories accredited to perform testing in accordance with ITU-T Recommendations. The response rate was reasonable at 68%. A simple graphic depiction of the overall response rate was highlighted.

CASC encouraged ILAC to propose procedures on further collaboration at the next CASC meeting. It is assumed that these procedures should allow CASC to recognize TLs kindly provided by ILAC, without any additional assessment. The relevant oLS to ILAC is available in SG11-TD1450/GEN​.

More details are available in the ITU-T CASC report, as contained in SG11-TD1331/GEN.

8     IMT-2020 and P2P communications related issues​​

ITU-T SG11 consented three draft new ITU-T Recommendations on P2P communications, as follows:​​ SG11 agreed to start five new work items on IMT-2020 and P2P communications related issues:
In addition, SG11 has made progress on the following draft Recommendations: Finally, at the SG11 closing plenary, it was decided to create a sub-category for Q.series:
“Q.4100-4139: Protocols and signalling for P2P communications”.​

More information about these results is available in the WP2/11 and WP1/11 reports (SG11-TD1329-R1/GEN​SG11-TD1328-R1/GEN​).

9 Signalling issues

SG11 consented three draft new ITU-T Recommendations, as follows:​​​

​Moreover, SG11 has made progress on the following draft Recommendations:​ ​More information about these results is available in the WP1/11 report (SG11-TD1328-R1/GEN).

10     Security issues of SS7 and other protocols
Following the approval of ITU-T Q.3057 “Signalling requirements and architecture for interconnection between trustable network entities” in April 2020, SG11 started new work item Q.Pro-Trust “Signalling procedures and protocols for enabling interconnection between trustable network entities in support of existing and emerging networks” in July 2020. It defines the signalling procedures and protocols involved in the application of the signalling requirements and architecture, TSa, Sa and Sc defined in ITU-T Q.3057 for interconnection between trustable network entities in support of existing and emerging networks.

Also, as a continuation of the previous related activities, including those related to financial services, SG11 achieved progress on:​​

More information about these results is available in the WP1/11 report (SG11-TD1328-R1/GEN).

11     VoLTE/ViLTE-related issues
Further to TSB Circular 241 of 1 April 2020, 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 opening plenary on 22 July 2020, approved new Recommendation ITU-T Q.3643: Signalling architecture of distributed infrastructure ENUM networking for IMS. See TSB Circular 262.

This Recommendation defines the framework and signalling architecture for distributed ENUM networking in support of IMS interconnection. Based on the signalling architecture of a distributed ENUM model, this Recommendation specifies the signalling procedures of ENUM profile management and ENUM resolution. Additionally, the signalling requirements and protocols to be applied for interfaces of distributed ENUM networking are addressed.

Moreover, SG11 consented draft new Recommendation ITU-T Q.3645 (ex. Q.Pro-DES): Protocol at interface between two distributed ENUM servers for IMS. It defines protocol at the interface between two Distributed ENUM Servers (DES) of distributed ENUM system in support of IMS interconnection. Based on the functions and signalling requirements defined in ITU T Q.3643, this Recommendation provides the reference model, procedures, protocol, and message specification for the interface between two DES.

In addition, SG11 has made progress on Q.VoLTE-SAO-FP: Framework and protocols for signalling network analyses and optimization in VoLTE.

More information about these results is available in the WP1/11 report (SG11-TD1328-R1/GEN).

12    Testing specifications, monitoring and implementation of ITU C&I Programme
SG11 consented six draft new Recommendations, as follows:
In addition, SG11 has made progress on the following draft Recommendations:​
SG11 agreed to start two new work items, as follows:​ Finally, ITU-T SG11 updated the reference list of ITU-T Recommendations suitable for conformity/interoperability assessment (SG11-TD1423/GEN).

More information about these results is available in the WP3/11 report (SG11-TD1330-R1/GEN).​

13     Emergency telecommunications
SG11 consented draft new Recommendation ITU-T Q.3060 (ex. Q.ETN-DS): Signalling architecture of the fast deployment emergency telecommunication network to be used in a natural disaster. It describes general framework of the fast deployment emergency telecommunication network to be used in a natural disaster.

Also, SG11 agreed one new Q.Supplement 72 (ex. Q.suppl.ETS_Multi_Access): Signalling requirements for IMS emergency telecommunications service in support of multiple accesses. It defines the signalling requirements for IMS emergency telecommunications service in support of multiple accesses including fixed broadband, Wi-Fi, 4G and 5G networks.

SG11 informed ITU-D SG2 and ITU-R WP5A on consent of ITU-T Q.3060 accordingly (SG11-TD1432/GEN).

More information about these results is available in the WP1/11 report (SG11-TD1328-R1/GEN)

14     
Combating counterfeit ICT and mobile device theft
SG11 consented draft new Recommendation ITU-T Q.5052 (ex Q.DEV_DUI): Addressing mobile devices with duplicate unique identifiers. It identifies challenges and proposes mechanisms to enable the detection of mobile devices with duplicate identifiers present on operator networks as well as recommending mechanisms for validating the legitimacy of such devices.

SG11 agreed the new Technical Report ITU-T QTR-RLB-IMEI (ex TR-RLB-IMEI) “Reliability of IMEI”. It contains a study on the reliability of IMEI, including information about key vulnerabilities to IMEI reprogramming on mobile devices, challenges to make the IMEI non-reprogrammable, effects of IMEI tampering on mobile users, brand owners, manufacturers, service providers, regulators, governments, law enforcement agencies and on national security. It addresses key challenges faced by a range of stakeholders that arise from cloned/tampered IMEIs, including concerns about the misuse of IMEI numbers raised by Member States at ITU Council-17 and ITU Council-18. It also proposes ways to improve IMEI reliability and preventive steps for solving the issues on a national and international level.

Also, SG11 agreed to start a new Supplement Q.Sup.BLvsWL “Guidelines for Blacklist versus Whitelist Based System Implementation to address counterfeit, stolen and illegal mobile devices”, which provides guidelines for blacklist versus whitelist based system deployment that should be considered when deciding what approach to employ in order to address the issues of counterfeit, illegal and stolen mobile devices.

The draft Supplement ITU-T Q.Sup.CFS-Use-Cases “Use Cases on the Combat of Counterfeit ICT and Stolen Mobile Devices” was revised based on the responses to the TSB Circular 239, that call for collecting use cases on the combat of counterfeit ICT and stolen ICT equipment. Following discussion, it was decided to send additional LS to regional organizations in order to receive more proposals on use cases on the combat of counterfeit ICT and stolen mobile devices. Then, SG11 will advance the work item at the next meeting.

More information about these results is available in the WP3/11 report (SG11-TD1330-R1/GEN​).

15     
Preparation for WTSA-20
SG11 finalized and agreed Questions texts, mandate and Lead Study Group roles of ITU-T SG11 for the next Study Period (2021-2024). This is a result of the SG11 NSP sessions that took place during last three meetings (October 2019, March and July 2020). The agreed texts are available in SG11-TD1460-R1/GEN and SG11-TD1452-R1/GEN respectively.

SG11 continued discussion on the proposed two new Questions O/11 and P/11 related to new stack of protocols proposed for next Study Period (2021-2024). The proposed titles of those two Questions are:​ The consensus on the way forward was not achieved at the SG11 closing plenary (31 July 2020). It was decided that SG11 will continue its NSP sessions related to those questions during its interim NSP sessions. These sessions will also focus on proposed revision of current Q8/11 (H/11) regarding the parts highlighted in square brackets. The final texts of those three Questions are available in SG11-TD1459-R1/GEN.

The final decision on the two new Questions O/11, P/11 and proposed revision of current Q8/11 (H/11) will be taken at the SG11 plenary meeting scheduled for December 2020 (date to be announced).

The report of SG11 NSP sessions is available in SG11-TD1456-R1/GEN.

The relevant oLSs were sent out to TSAG (SG11-LS143, SG11-LS144).
 
16        Outgoing Liaison Statements​
The following table shows the list of the 22 agreed outgoing liaison statements, including one outgoing LS (SG11-LS142) agreed by the Management Team by correspondence in April 2020, which was noted at the SG11 special session on preparation for WTSA-20. See SG11-TD1289-R1/GEN.

Note: one oLS to TSAG to inform about status on preparation to WTSA-20 was agreed by SG11 Chairman by correspondence following decision taken at the SG11 closing plenary (SG11-LS143).
 
# Q For: To: Title Reference
1
1/11
I
ITU-T SG13
LS on consent of draft Recommendation ITU-T Q.3058 (ex. Q.NGNe-O-SA) “Signalling architecture of orchestration in NGNe”
SG11-LS146
2
2/11
I
3GPP,
ETSI,
GSMA
LS on initiation of new work item Q.IMT2020-SAO “Requirement, framework and protocols for signalling network analyses and optimization in IMT-2020”
SG11-LS147
​​3
2/11
I
ITU-T SG13,
ITU-T SG17,
ITU-T SG20,
3GPP TSG SA3
LS on initiation of new work item Q.Pro-Trust “Signalling procedures and protocols for enabling interconnection between trustable network entities in support of existing and emerging networks”​
SG11-LS148
​4
2/11
I
ITU-T SG13,
ITU-T SG17,
ITU-T SG20,
ITU-T FIGI SIT Working Group,
ITU-T FG-QIT4N,
3GPP TSG SA3,
ETSI TC Cyber QSC Working Group,
GSMA
LS on initiation of new work item TR-USSD “Low resource requirement, quantum resistant, encryption of USSD messages for use in Financial services”
SG11-LS149
​5
3/11
I
ITU-T SG16
LS/r on a new Q21/16 work item "Requirements for location-based processing service" (SG16-LS199)
SG11-LS150
​6
3/11
I
ITU-D SG2,
ITU-R WP5A
LS on consent of draft new Recommendation ITU-T Q.3060 “Signalling architecture of the fast deployment emergency telecommunication network to be used in a natural disaster”​
SG11-LS151
​7
4/11
I
ITU-T SG13,
JCA-IMT2020,
IETF
LS on the consent of draft new Recommendation ITU-T Q.3059 “Signalling requirements for service function discovery”​
SG11-LS152
​8
4/11
I
MEF
LS/r on Lean NFV (MEF-LS00309_001)
SG11-LS153
​9
5/11
I
ITU-T SG13,
JCA-IMT2020
LS on recent SDN-related developments in Q5/11: consented draft new Recommendation ITU-T Q.3720 “Procedures for vBNG acceleration with programmable acceleration card”
SG11-LS154
​10
11/11
I
All ITU-T Study Groups
LS on reference table to be used for Conformance and Interoperability testing
SG11-LS155
​11
12/11
I
ITU-T SG5,
ITU-T SG20
LS on draft new Recommendation ITU-T Q.GDC-IoT-test “Testing requirements and procedures for Internet of Things based green data centres”
SG11-LS156
​12
12/11
I
ITU-T SG20
LS on consent of draft Recommendation ITU-T Q.4062 “Framework for IoT Testing”
SG11-LS157
​13
12/11
I
ITU-T SG17
ITU-T SG20
LS on consent of draft new Recommendation ITU-T Q.4063 "The framework of testing of identification systems used in IoT"
SG11-LS158
​14
​14/11
I
ITU-T SG13,
ETSI ISG NFV
LS on the consent of Recommendation ITU-T Q.4064 “Interoperability testing requirements of virtual Broadband Network Gateway” and the initiation of a new work item Q.vbng-iop-ts “Test suite for interoperability testing of virtual BNG”
SG11-LS159
​15
15/11
A
ITU-D SG2 (Q4/2),
APT,
ATU,
CEPT,
CITEL,
LAS,
RCC,
Regulatel
LS on updates on the current work at ITU-T Q15/11 “Combating counterfeit and stolen ICT equipment”
SG11-LS145
​16
All/11
A
ITU-R WP4B
LS on new Question “Signalling and Protocols in New IP-based Networking for ManyNets supporting Integrated Space-terrestrial Network and Emerging Scenarios” of SG11 for the next Study Period (2021-2024)
SG11-LS142
​17
All/11
I
TSAG
LS on updated Questions texts, mandate and Lead Study Group roles of ITU-T SG11 for the next Study Period (2021-2024)
SG11-LS143
​18
All/11
I
TSAG
LS on New IP, Shaping Future Network
SG11-LS144
​19
All/11
A
SCV
LS/r on new ITU-T SG11 terms and definitions (SCV-LS31, SCV-LS32)
SG11-LS160
20
CASC​
I​IECEE CMC WG33​​​LS Status on joint ITU/IECEE recognition procedure and joint certification scheme
SG11-LS161​
21
​CASC
​A
ILAC​​LS/r on ILAC Survey Report June 2020
SG11-LS162
​​22
​CASC
A​ All ITU-T Study Groups​ LS Status on joint ITU/IECEE recognition procedure and joint certification scheme​
SG11-LS163​


17     
Approved new work items
17.1  New work items initiated during ITU-T SG11 meeting (virtual, 22-31 July 2020)
The following table shows the list of the ten new work items. See SG11-TD1291/GEN.

#​ Q Work item
(Draft Recs)
Title Editors Timing Reference
12/11
Q.Pro-Trust
Signalling procedures and protocols for enabling interconnection between trustable network entities in support of existing and emerging networks
Assaf Klinger, Vaulto Technologies, assaf@vaulto.com
Minrui Shi, China Telecom, shimr@chinatelecom.cn​
2022-07
SG11-TD1400/G​EN
​​2
2/11​Q.IMT2020-SAO
Requirement, framework and protocols for signalling network analyses and optimization in IMT-2020
Pengcheng Shang, China Mobile, shangpengcheng@chinamobile.com
Xiaojie Zhu, China Telecom, zhuxiaojie@chinatelecom.cn
Nanxiang Shi, China Mobile, shinanxiang@chinamobile.com
Cheng Li, CAICT, MIIT, China, licheng@caict.ac.cn
Jianyin Zhang, China Mobile, zhangjianyin@chinamobile.com​
2022-07
SG11-TD1401/GEN
​3
6/11​Q.IITSN
Protocol for IMT-2020 network Integration with Time Sensitive Network
Liu Tangqing, China Mobile, liutangqing@chinamobile.com
Dan Wang, China Mobile, wangdanyjy@chinamobile.com
Wei Kong, China Mobile, kongweiyjy@chinamobile.com
Dan Xu, China Telecom
Aipeng Guo, China Unicom
2022-Q1
SG11-TD1405/GEN
​4
​8/11
Q.HP2P-omp
Hybrid P2P communications: overlay management protocol
Mi Young Huh
Wook Hyun
2022-12
SG11-TD1384/GEN
​5
8/11​Q.HP2P-recov
Hybrid P2P communications: Tree and data recovery procedures
Mi Young Huh
Wook Hyun
2022-12
SG11-TD1385/GEN
​6
8/11​Q.HP2P-dss
Hybrid P2P communications: Data streaming service
Changkyu Lee
Wook Hyun
2022-12
SG11-TD1386/GEN
​7
9/11
Q.PR-MF
Methodology of performance requirements for reliable comparison of measurement results
Martin Brand
2022-06
TBD
​8
12/11​
Q.GDC-IoT-test
Testing requirements and procedures for Internet of Things based green data centres
Dan Xu
Tangqing LIU
Aipeng Guo​
2​​022-07
SG11-TD1417/GEN
​9
​14/11
Q.vbng-iop-ts​
Test suite for interoperability testing of virtual BNG
Xia Gong, China Telecom
Aipeng Guo, China Unicom
Yongqing Zhu, China Telecom
2022-Q4
SG11-TD1393/GEN
​10
15/11​ Q.Sup.BLvsWL​
Guidelines for Blacklist versus Whitelist Based System Implementation to address counterfeit, stolen and illegal mobile devices​
Mohammad Raheel Kamal
Recep Esler​

2021-Q3
SG11-TD1437/GEN​


17.2
  Work items initiated during the interim Rapporteur groups meeting, held in March 2020-July 2020
None

18     Work plan for interim Working Party and Rapporteur meetings
The following table represents the interim Working Party and Rapporteur meetings plan as agreed at the ITU-T SG11 closing plenary (virtual, 31 July 2020). Also available in SG11-TD1292/GEN.


Question
/ WP
Dates Place / Host Terms of reference Contact
​Email reflector
WP1/11
19 November 2020
9:00-11:00
(Geneva time)
E-meeting
- Consent draft Recommendations Q.SCC and Q.VNFT-req;
- Approve new Wis;
- But not limited to.
Xiaojie Zhu, China Telecom, zhuxiaojie@chinatelecom.cn
t17sg11all@lists.itu.int​
WP3/11
TBD
E-meeting
- Consent Q.BL-Audit;
- Approve meeting report of Qs;
- Approve Out-going liaisons;
- Approve new WIs.
Kaoru Kenyoshi, NICT, Japan, kaoru.kenyoshi@nict.go.jp
t17sg11all@lists.itu.int
3/11
4-5 November 2020
9:00-11:00
(Geneva time)

E-meeting
- Discuss the new work item proposal introduced by contribution;
- But not limited to.

Xiaojie Zhu, China Telecom, zhuxiaojie@chinatelecom.cn
t17sg11q3@lists.itu.int
4/11
11-13 November 2020
12:30-15:30
(Geneva time)
E-meeting
- Finalize the on-going work items Q.SCC and Q.VNFT-req for consent;
- But not limited to.
Ying Cheng, China Unicom, chengying10@chinaunicom.cn
t17sg11q4@lists.itu.int​
6/11
11-13 November 2020
E-meeting
- Progress ongoing work items.
Dan Xu, China Telecommunications Corporation, xudan6@chinatelecom.cn
Tangqing Liu, China Mobile, liutangqing@chinamobile.com
t17sg11q6@lists.itu.int​
7/11
23-27 November 2020
E-meeting
- Progress ongoing work items of Q7/11;
- Update current draft recommendations of Q7/11;
- Discuss new work item proposals;
- Establish future work plans.
Jongmin Lee, jminlee@sk.com
Kwihoon Kim, kwihooi@etri.re.kr
 
t17sg11q7@lists.itu.int​
​9/11
Joint with
ETSI TC INT
​1-4 December 2020
​E-meeting
​- ITU-T Q.API4TB.
Martin Brand, A1 Telekom Austria AG, martin.brand@a1.at
​t17sg11q9@lists.itu.int​​
12/11
28-29 October 2020
9:00-11:00
(Geneva time)
E-meeting​- Discuss the new work item proposal introduced by input documents;
- But not limited.
​Ruslan KIRICHEK, SPbSUT, kirichek@sut.ru
t17sg11q12@lists.itu.int​
Joint 12/11
15/11
10 September 2020
(Sessions 3&4)
E-meeting
- Discuss input documents addressed to test suites for testing IoT technical solutions to be used for combating counterfeiting (under joint session Q12/11 and Q15/11);
- Discuss the new work item proposal introduced by input documents;
- But not limited.
​Ruslan KIRICHEK, SPbSUT, kirichek@sut.ru
Joao Zanon, Anatel, zanon@anatel.gov.br

​t17sg11q12@lists.itu.int
15/11​
​8-9 September 2020
E-meeting​​- Review input documents;
- Revise Q.Sup.BLvsWL;
- Revise Q-BL-Audit bases on contributions (if any).
Joao Zanon, Anatel, zanon@anatel.gov.br​​
t17sg11q15@lists.itu.int​


19
Regional Groups meetings

20  Promotion of ITU-T SG11 work

SG11 Chairman encouraged all to propose topic for future SG11 Workshops.

21 ​Next Study Group 11 meeting
It was agreed that SG11 will arrange one virtual plenary session in December 2020 in order to make a decision regarding proposed two new Questions O/11, P/11 and revised H/11 (current 8/11). The date will be confirmed at a later stage.

Also, it was noted that the following SG11 meetings are planned for 2021:​

The dates and venue will be confirmed at a later stage.​