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3GPP Status

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What is 3GPP?
Organizational
Partners Member
6 Regional standards Compani
organizations es
(Asia, Europe & North America)

Market ()

Representative
Partners
Member
Companies

13 Market partners
representing the
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broader industry 2
3GPP Membership

39 Countries 390 Companies (via Regional Partners)

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Whole System Approach

Radio The Core Services


Interfaces network

Legacy
Interworking (Incl. GELTE)

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3GPP Organization
structure

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3GPP Working Procedure
highlights
Membership
Open to members of 3GPP Organizational Partners
Decision making
1 member 1 vote
Voting rights are earned: member added to voting list if attends 2
meetings, removed from list if he misses 3 consecutive meetings
Proxies permitted
Access to information
All working documents open to the public
www.3gpp.org/ftp
All e-mail lists open to the public
Meeting participation restricted to 3GPP members
Meeting documents, e-mail lists, next meeting details etc.:
http://www.3gpp.org/Specification-Groups

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Ways of working

New work initiated by member companies via Work Items outlining


scope and time plan.
Work Items prioritised if all estimated work cannot be done by the
scheduled release deadline.
All 3GPP member companies contributes on equal terms on any work
item
3GPP seeks consensus on all technical matters (but has mechanisms
if consensus cannot be reached)
Release deadline respected, unfinished work deferred to a later
release

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3GPP Working Procedure
highlights
Release-based work
Releases or major packages of Features
Multiple releases maintained in parallel
Work plan built using Features, Building Blocks
and Work Tasks
Work Item Description exists for each of these
WI may cover more than one specification
WI may cover more than one committee
WI Description document exists for each WI

3GPP WorkPlan:
http://www.3gpp.org/Work-Plan
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3GPP Working Procedure
highlights
Change Control
Each release progressively frozen as it is developed
Specifications pass under Change Control
Rapporteur may no longer update drafts
All changes managed by TSG
Change Request process to introduce corrections/updates
Package of CRs approved 4 times per year at TSG Plenary
meeting
CR database:
CRs also searchable per specification via 3GPP website
http://www.3gpp.org/ftp/Information/Databases/Change_Request/

CR process provides full traceability of all changes to every


specification
Release and CR process closely related to network equipment
development and supply contracts
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ONEM2M PARTNERSHIP PROJECT
www.onem2m.org

ETSI Seminar for EC Officers 2014

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About oneM2M

ETSI is a founding partner in oneM2M


Along with ARIB, ATIS, CCSA, TIA, TTA, TTC (Type 1 partners)
Organized along lines of 3GPP
To develop a common M2M Service Layer that can be
readily embedded within various hardware and
software, and relied upon to connect the myriad of
devices in the field with M2M application servers
worldwide.
First meeting September 2012
250 active member organizations
First specifications expected Q2 2014
www.onem2m.org

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oneM2M structure

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Access to oneM2M

All members of Type-1 partners may join as oneM2M


members
ETSI members must request to join oneM2M
mailto:Gerry.McAuley@etsi.org
No extra charges to join or participate
All oneM2M documents openly available
ftp://ftp.onem2m.org
Basic information on oneM2M website
oneM2M Portal (http://member.onem2m.org) has
document management, meeting management, e-
mail lists, membership list etc.
Requires oneM2M membership and username/password

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