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Well Comms in Tuxtla Broadband access for health
applications
A workshop co-organized by ETSI y el Secretaria
de Salud de Mexico in Tuxtla, Chiapas, 18-19 May
2006
ETSI, the _at_LIS Dialogue on Standards Why we are
here today
  • Margot Dor, Business Development Partnerships,
    ETSI
  • margot.dor_at_etsi.org

2
ETSI A Standardization Success Story
  • ETSI since its creation in 1988 has established
    itself
  • in a relatively short time as a premier
    multinational SDO
  • ETSI success is based on the development
    market-driven open standards that
  • enable interoperability
  • expand markets, bring down costs
  • and enable increased competition
  • create trust and confidence in products

3
ETSI, who are we exactly?
  • ICT Standards organization, private not for
    profit
  • Global membership (670 Members, 80 industry,
    20 overseas)
  • Track record of worldwide industrial hits (fixed,
    mobile, broadcast)
  • enabled also by a recognized IPR policy (FRAND)
  • Favors partnerships (regional/technical)
  • Founding partner and home of the 3GPP
    (EU/US/China/Japan/Korea)
  • Broadcast (EBU/CLC)
  • Interoperability services (test specs, test
    suites, interop testing-PlugTests)
  • Forum hosting
  • All deliverables available free of charge
  • http//www.etsi.org
  • http//portal.etsi.org

4
Nobody does it alone
International
Partnerships
ITU-D
ITU-T
ITU-R
JTC1
  • CITEL
  • GSM LA
  • AHCIET
  • GSM LA
  • CCSA
  • OMA
  • IEEE
  • GCF
  • WIMAX forum
  • The Parlay Group
  • IPv6 Forum
  • NENA
  • DVB Project
  • TETRA MoU
  • (60 active)

Interregional
CEN/ CLC
Europe
EC
CEPT
5

Open Standards
  • Open meetings All stakeholders may participate
    in the standards development process
  • Consensus All interests are discussed and
    agreement found
  • Due Process Balloting and appeal process may be
    used to find resolution
  • Open IPR IPR holders must identify themselves
    during the standards development process
  • Open Access Open access to all deliverables
  • Open World Same standard for the same function
    world-wide
  • Open Interfaces Allow additional functions,
    public or proprietary
  • Open markets Interoperability ? users are not
    locked in with one supplier/service provider

6
Open standards ? open markets
  • Facilitate a multi-supplier environment
  • Lay the ground for interoperability in a
    multi-equipment provider and multi-service
    provider environment
  • Enable the development of profitable industrial
    ecosystems
  • Open standards gt balance power between market
    players (suppliers/operators-SPs/users)

7
Open standards and service creation
  • Facilitate a multi-service provider environment
  • interchangeable terminal equipment
  • competitive pricing of services
  • network agnostic third parties applications
  • This is highly critical in countries/regions
  • Where local manufacturing industry does not
    compete on a global scale (yet)
  • That are standards adopters (so far)
  • That have highly educated and competitive
    workforce is SW (applications and services)
    development
  • Where the service industry is highly creative and
    competitive
  • Where there is a strong political push to rely on
    ICT and education to develop.

8
the Dialogue on Standards What brought us
here together today

Alliance for the Information Society
9
A birds eye view of the _at_LIS programme
e-health
digital inclusion

e-education
19 demo projects, 75 budget
e-gov.
Stakeholders Network (AHCIET, Menon)
Interconnection of Research Networks (Geant/Red
Clara)
Dialogue on Standardization (ETSI)
Network of Regulators (Regulatel)
Dialogue on Policy Regulation (ECLAC)
10
The Dialogue on Standards
  • Positioning
  • Open Standards are key to enable the development
    of ICT services and applications that help
    bridge the digital divide
  • Objectives
  • Increase bilateral work flow
  • Increase ETSI visibility and standards adoption
    in LA
  • Means
  • 3,8 million euros (2003-2006)
  • ETSI contribution indirect i.e. in kind

11
The starting point building awareness for ETSI
standards, ways (specifics), and services
12
The learning curve (or wake up call )
13
Latin American countries do produce ICT standards
  • They are just not called that way
  • Interop profiles, Interop frameworks
  • A usage-driven model
  • Services and applications first ? architecture is
    key,
  • ? interoperability ex-post
  • The public sector is at the forefront
  • ICT for economic development-software, political
    agendas
  • Straight (and fast) to the top
  • No legacy of standards making in the lower
    layers
  • An interesting issue IP strategies of new
    entrants on the standards production market

14
Nobody cares about standards
  • Its all about usage and solutions to make life
    easier and better
  • But for Interoperability, transferability,
    reusability
  • solutions based on open standards ? local players
    in control
  • Sustainability
  • Its about creating ecosystems/clusters with
    strong implication of local developers service
    providers

15
_at_METIS A Dialogue between EU and Latin
America Interoperability profilers
  • Objectives
  • Create a think tank on specifications and
    interoperability profiles for e-gov applications
    (both policy and technology)
  • Enable the development of joint deliverables
    (strategic and/or technical).
  • Ways and means
  • ETSI enabler/bridge
  • Seed money from the _at_LIS Dialogue on Standards

16
Well Comms in Tuxtla Broadband access for health
applications
  • Objectives
  • Further explore the policy goals of Mexico in
    relation to e-health issues
  • Ensure a common understanding of the technology
    requirements
  • Present a set of case studies (broadband
    connectivity and applications)
  • Increase cooperation between Mexican and European
    players (both from a policy and technology
    perspective)

17
Well Comms in Tuxtla Broadband access for health
applications
  • Topics
  • Broadband accessibility/connectivity based on the
    use of satellite technologies (DVB-RCS)
  • Use of smart cards technologies for health
    applications (health record, security of personal
    data, authentication etc).
  • Human factors (ease of use, ergonomics,
    accessibility for all, etc)
  • Legal issues in e-health systems (liability, data
    privacy, etc)
  • Applications (e.g. Bibliotecas Medicas Digitales)

18
Applications and Services
Middleware (including Web services)
_at_LIS Dialogue on Standards Interoperability
All IP layer(s)
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  • A question
  • Technologies do not come into silos
  • should applications do?
  • Infrastructures converge to all IP
  • Point of gravity of convergence ? middleware and
    services
  • Applications?
  • Reinventing the wheel?
  • Disconnecting issuesbut interoperability is
    across layers

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Dialogue (d i-alog) A conversation between
two or more persons. For a successful dialogue,
the partners must achieve a workable balance of
contributions
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