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The newly signed co-operation agreement between ATIS and the Next Generation Mobile Networks (NGMN) Alliance brings together two widely recognized industry organizations in the field of next generation mobile broadband technology. ATIS and NGMN aim to enable and support the timely delivery of 5G to the market. more +

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As a founding Partner of oneM2M, the global standards initiative for Machine to Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT), ATIS announces that a major interoperability testing event took place September 14 to 16, 2015, an important milestone to validate interoperability and end-to-end functionality of the oneM2M Release 1 Specifications.more +

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oneM2M, the global standards initiative for Machine to Machine (M2M) and the Internet of Things (IoT), has designated ATIS a oneM2M founding partner, as the initial Registry Management Authority for an Application Identifier (App-ID) registry powered by iconectiv. more +

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At its recent 18th Technical Plenary meeting hosted by ATIS and held in Philadelphia, PA, oneM2M's members agreed on plans for the second release of oneM2M specifications and appointed new chairmen and vice-chairmen to advance the agenda of several key working groups. more +

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ATIS has announced the findings of a recent study by its IP-Transition of Public Safety Related Applications Task Force (PSRA-TF), formed to address one of the public safety community's most significant challenges: ensuring that existing public safety applications have a reliable migration path to IP-based infrastructure. more +

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ATIS announces release of a new ATIS American National Standard Energy Efficiency for Telecommunication Equipment: Methodology for Measurement and Reporting of Base Station Metrics (ATIS-0600015.09.2015). Service providers are striving to optimize their network's energy efficiency, in part by deploying more energy efficient base stations. To assist their efforts, service providers need a consistent methodology that they, along with vendors and third-party test laboratories, can use to determine base station input power and energy efficiency metrics. This new ATIS standard provides just that, offering an input power metric that is reported in Watts and is based on radio resource usage.

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