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January 2020 | AT&T 5G POLICY PRIMER: THE GLOBAL STANDARDS PROCESS IS ROBUST AND EFFECTIVE IN ADVANCING U.S. GOALS | Source

“The federal government should continue to support private, robust networks built on consensus-based global standards driven by the private sector and aggressively remove local barriers to deployment.” p.9

 


 

“Notably, this is not a government-driven process. It is left to the domain of private experts—engineers, scientists, and other builders who can debate problems and solutions…” p.2

 


 

 

 

“A kickstart came in 2012 from the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), which launched a program to focus on International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT): “IMT for 2020 and beyond.” This catalyzed dedicated 5G research and standards activities. To develop the needed technical specifications, 3GPP, a longstanding leader in standards work for the telecom sector, took up the charge.” p.3

 


 

 

“Fostering R&D. Investment in R&D inevitably drives future releases of global standards work, which relies on peer reviewed and innovative research. As many western countries are cutting back on government-encouraged research and development, China is making substantial investments. The United States should carefully consider what role it wants domestic industry and innovation to play in long-term technology leadership and standards development, and how to ensure that the incentives for R&D are in place.” P.9

Link To Full Document_5G-Standards-Whitepaper-2020

 


 

“AT&T has been in China for more than 30 years.”

Link To AT&T in China

 

 


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Third 5G Global Event – 第5世代モバイル推進 – International Telecommunications Union (ITU)

https://zero5g.com/2019/7897/

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UN ITU 5G & Agenda 2030 SDGs

UN ITU 5G & Agenda 2030 SDGs

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