LIMA Network Protect16 November 2023Read more
Telecommunication services have become an integral part of our lives enabling global communication. We rely on them for voice calls, messaging, internet access, and more. To ensure seamless connectivity, interoperability among telecom providers is crucial.
Interoperability is the ability of different telecom networks, services, and devices to work together effectively. It enables customers from different providers to communicate regardless of their service provider, technology, or geographical location.
Interoperability in the telecom industry is essential for several reasons:
Interoperability requires the implementation of standards set by organizations like the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP). These organizations continue to adapt and evolve their standards to meet the demands of the telecom industry. Looking at the near future of telecommunication networks, the era of 5G and beyond, bringing IoT devices, autonomous vehicles, and smart cities, interoperability will become even more critical for the seamless functioning of our connected world.
Group 2000, understanding the vital role of standardization organizations, has been involved for years in the discussion and development of interoperability standards. Group 2000 stays committed to supporting the evolving of standards and the implementation of these standards in our LIMA portfolio.
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