List Of Standards

EDNA Studies - List Of Standards

Below is a searchable database of standards and communications protocols relating to smart devices. The database was developed during the preparation of a 2022 report into the topic of standardisation for smart devices.

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wdt_IDSDOWG/TCStandardTitleStatusDescriptionCategoryAreaRecent
1ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI ES 203 682 V1.1.1 (2020-02)Environmental Engineering (EE); Green Abstraction Layer (GAL); Power management capabilities of the future energy telecommunication fixed network nodes; Enhanced Interface for power management in Network Function Virtualisation (NFV) environmentsPublishedThe strong role that we can foreseen for the Network Function Virtualization (NFV) technology will play a relevant role in the future telecommunication networks and will change substantially the current network architectures by introducing, among others,ICT energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
2ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI ES 203 539 V1.1.1 (2019-06)Environmental Engineering (EE); Measurement method for energy efficiency of Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV) in laboratory environmentPublishedto establish a new energy efficiency measurement methods and metrics to support NFV scenarios, such as IMS and EPC, to define measurement methods for: 1) VNF, 2)Server, 3) NFVI(NFV Infrastrucutre) including HW and hypervisor. A similar work item will be aICT energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
3ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI ES 203 475 V1.1.1 (2017-11)Environmental Engineering (EE); Standardization terms and trends in energy efficiencyPublishedThe aim is develop a framework standard that will take into consideration all general aspects, terms and main trends towards energy efficiency/management, including but not limited to: • New Standards dealing with this scope (e.g. future Standard under deICT energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
4ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI ES 203 136 V1.2.1 (2017-10)Environmental Engineering (EE); Measurement methods for energy efficiency of router and switch equipment Update standard for Energy efficiency for router and switch equipmentPublishedThis standard contains methods for power consumption measurement, efficiency indicator. The document should be in line with similar published document from NIPP TEE especially on measurement methodsIE power consumption / energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
5ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI ES 202 706-1 V1.6.1 (2021-01)Environmental Engineering (EE); Metrics and measurement method for energy efficiency of wireless access network equipment; Part 1: Power consumption – static measurement method 5G base station energy performance KPI’sPublishedThis standard splits the static method from the existing ES 202 706 and create a separate part only for the static power measurement method.  It defines 5G base station energy consumption and energy performance KPI’s, measurement methods with static load.IE power consumption / energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
6ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI ES 202 706 V1.4.1 (2014-12) Environmental Engineering (EE); Measurement method for power consumption and energy efficiency of wireless access network equipment Energy efficiency of wireless access network equipmentPublishedThis standard enhances the energy efficiency measurement method.IE energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
7ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI ES 203 199 V1.3.1 (2015-02)Environmental Engineering (EE); Methodology for environmental Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) goods, networks and services LCA assessment of telecommunication equipment/service (TA-ITU:L.1410)PublishedTo revise the TS 103 199 in order to address the comments received during the EU pilot project on assessment of LCA methodologies as well as orther feedback on current revision.ICT environmentEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
8ETSIEnvironmental Engineering Environmental Engineering (EE); Energy Efficiency measurement methodology and metrics for servers Graphical Processor Unit (GPU) solution based GPU (TA-ITU:L.EE_sgpu)Early draftEnergy efficiency methodology and metrics for server not based only on x86 architecture; but using GPU, GPU card and other architecture platform. This activity will be coordinated with the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC). This work itemSERVER EnergyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
9ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI ES 203 237 V1.1.1 (2014-03)Environmental Engineering (EE); Green Abstraction Layer (GAL); Power management capabilities of the future energy telecommunication fixed network nodes Green Abstraction Layer (GAL);PublishedThe Green Abstraction Layer (GAL) is an architectural interface/middleware that will give a flexible access to the power management capabilities of the future energy aware telecommunication fixed network nodes to effectively exploit the capability of adapICT energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
10ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI ES 203 215 V1.2.1 (2011-10)Environmental Engineering (EE); Measurement Methods and Limits for Power Consumption in Broadband Telecommunication Networks Equipment Measurement method and limits for energy consumption in broadband telecommunications equipment;PublishedConvert the existing TS 102 533 in an ES addressing the following items: – MSAN equipment to be developed – Complete GPON system, including in the system OLT and ONU/ONT – include the FTTH technology – set up and target value for equipment using more thanIE power consumption / energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
11ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI ES 203 184 V1.1.1 (2013-03)Environmental Engineering (EE); Measurement Methods for Power Consumption in Transport Telecommunication Networks Equipment Energy efficiency for transport equipmentPublishedIt contains methods for power consumption measurement, efficiency indicator. The document should be in line with similar published document from NIPP TEE especially on measurement methodsIE power consumption / energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
12ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI ES 203 700 V1.1.1 (2021-02)Environmental Engineering (EE); Sustainable power feeding solutions for 5G network 5Gpowering (TA-ITU:L.1210)PublishedThis standard will define power feeding solutions for 5G equipment and network, and their environmental impact. It will include requirements of different solutions and equipment on power feeding structures, components, backup solutions, environmental condIE energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
13ETSIEnvironmental Engineeringto be an ENEnvironmental Engineering (EE); Specific metrics, methods and parameters for assessment of material and resource efficiency aspects of ICT network infrastructure goods in the context of circular economyEarly draftThe standard will define an assessment of the direct applicability of eight general material efficiency standards to ICT network infrastructure goods in the context of circular economy. The existing generic standards address ability to remanufacture, repaICT environmentEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
14ETSIEnvironmental Engineeringto be an EN Environmental Engineering (EE); Energy efficiency metrics and measurement methods for data storage equipment metrics and measurement methods for data storageEarly draftConsidering the request of draft mandate in support of Commission Regulation (EU) 2019/424 the document will be a new energy efficiency measurement methods and metrics to support data storage as defined in “the regulation”. To define measurement methodsDATA CENTER EnergyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
15ETSIEnvironmental Engineeringto be an ENEnvironmental Engineering (EE); Assessment of material efficiency of ICT network infrastructure goods (circular economy) Part 1: General material efficiency General (TA-ITU:L.Mat_frame)Early draftOverview standards for assessment of material and resource efficiency aspects of ICT network infrastructure goods in the context of circular economy. the standard will define if necessary metrics and measurement methodologies. Describe the contents of othICT environmentEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
16ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringEnvironmental Engineering (EE); Energy Efficiency measurement methodology and metrics for serversEnergy Efficiency measurement methodology and KPI/metrics for Servers (TA-ITU:L.EE_serv)stable draftThis documents comprises the following: 1) respond to the issues raised by the European Commission related to EN 303 470 in the draft standards mandate of 16 July 2019 2) include a method to test the idle power at the high temperature boundaries of the deSERVER EnergyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
17ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI EN 303 470 V1.1.1 (2019-03)Environmental Engineering (EE); Energy Efficiency measurement methodology and metrics for serversEN on Energy Efficiency measurement methodology and KPI/metrics for ServersPublishedThis work item defines energy efficiency metrics, KPI and measurement methodology for server equipment. The document will not cover home and small server under the mandate M/545. The work will be done in liaison with CENELEC TC100X and ISG OEU and will coSERVER EnergyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
18ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI EN 303 471 V1.1.1 (2019-01)Environmental Engineering (EE); Electrical and electronic household and office equipment; Measurement of networked standby power consumption of Interconnecting equipmentnetworked standbyPublishedRevision of EN 303423 to resolve EU Commission comments in document EE(19)056018IE power consumptionEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
19ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI EN 303 423 V1.2.1 (2018-08)Environmental Engineering (EE); Electrical and electronic household and office equipment; Measurement of networked standby power consumption of Interconnecting equipment; Harmonised Standard covering the measurement method for EC Regulation 1275/2008 amenPublishedThis revision will address: 1) the test method of product that relies on active wired connection(s) (e.g. DOCSIS 3.0) 2) the comments from EU Commission consultant: rephrase of introduction, correction of the reference to Annex A in the references, add inIE power consumptionEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
20ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI EN 303 215 V1.3.1 (2015-04)Environmental Engineering (EE); Measurement methods and limits for power consumption in broadband telecommunication networks equipmentupdate of ES 203 215 to insert new measurement method and transformation to ENPublished1) Test condition of small ONU dedicated to installation on outdoor cabinet. We need discuss influence of temperature on energy consumption to determine the influence of the cooling techniques on the total energy consumption to determine if it is necessarIE power consumptionEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
21ETSIEnvironmental EngineeringETSI EN 301 575 V1.1.1 (2012-05)Environmental Engineering (EE); Measurement method for energy consumption of Customer Premises Equipment (CPE)Measurement method for energy consumption of CPEPublishedDefine the methodology and the tests conditions to measure the power consumption of end-user broadband equipment (CPE) within the scope of EU regulation 1275/2008 in Off mode (as defined in Commission Regulation 1275/2008) Standby (as defined in CommissioIE power consumptionEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
22ETSIATTM Access, Terminals, Transmission and MultiplexingAccess, Terminals, Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM); Carbon Intensity Management; Operational infrastructures; Implementation of Global KPIs; Part 3: ICT Sites; Sub-part 2: DCCM WG approval (2022-01-07)The present document specifies the requirements for a Global KPI for carbon management (KPI DCCM) and their underpinning Objective KPIs addressing the following objectives for the ICT sites of broadband deployment: •Greenhouse gas emissions •EffectivenessICT environmentEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
23ETSIATTM Access, Terminals, Transmission and MultiplexingETSI ES 205 200-2-1 V1.2.1 (2014-03Access, Terminals, Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM); Energy management; Global KPIs; Operational infrastructures; Part 2: Specific requirements; Sub-part 1: Data centres Global KPIs; Operational infrastructures; Data centresPublishedUpgrading of scope definition in order to clarify and avoid ambiguities; – change Objective KPIs absolute values to ratios to conform to ISG OEU 001; – take into account cold loop distribution; – upgrading of the global document in order to avoid any editDATA CENTER KPIEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
24ETSIATTM Access, Terminals, Transmission and MultiplexingETSI ES 205 200-1 V1.2.1 (2014-03)Access, Terminals, Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM); Energy management; Global KPIs; Operational infrastructures; Part 1: General requirements Global KPIs; Operational infrastructures; General RequirementsPublisheddefining the Global KPIs for operators data centres and describing how the Global KPIs are to be appliedDATA CENTER KPIEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
25ETSIATTM Access, Terminals, Transmission and MultiplexingETSI ES 205 200-1 V1.1.1 (2013-05)Access, Terminals, Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM); Energy management; Operational infrastructures; Global KPIs; Part 1: General requirements EM; Operational infrastructures; Global KPIs; General requirementsPublisheda generic requirements document addressing Global KPIs for operational infrastructures DATA CENTER KPIEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
26ETSIATTM Access, Terminals, Transmission and MultiplexingETSI EN 305 174-1 V1.1.1 (2018-02)Access, Terminals, Transmission and Multiplexing (ATTM); Broadband Deployment and Lifecycle Resource Management; Part 1: Overview, common and generic aspects BBD and Lifecycle Resource Management; Overview, common and generic aspectsPublishedThe present document gives an overview of this multi-part deliverable covering energy management and sustainable broadband deployment.ICT environmentEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
27ETSICABLE Integrated broadband cable and television networksETSI EN 305 200-4-4 V1.1.1 (2018-04)Integrated broadband cable telecommunication networks (CABLE); Energy management; Global KPIs; Operational infrastructures; Part 2: Specific requirements; Sub-part 4: Cable Access Networks Global KPIs; Operational infrastructures; Cable Access NetworksPublishedDefining the Global KPIs for HFC Access networks and describing how the Global KPIs are to be applied.ICT performanceEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
28ETSICABLE Integrated broadband cable and television networksIntegrated broadband cable telecommunication networks (CABLE); Energy management; Operational infrastructures; Global KPIs; Part 4: Design assessments; Sub-part 5: Monitoring and operations support systems Design KPIs; Monitoring and OSS TB adoption of WI (2019-08-09)This deliverable specifies energy management in operational infrastructures of broadband networks in terms of global KPIs. In part 4 of the multi-part deliverable, global KPIs are defined using methods assessing design and operation of the underlying infrICT energy efficiency / performanceEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
29ETSISmartM2M EN 303 760SmartM2M; SAREF Guidelines for IoT Semantic Interoperability; Develop, apply and evolve Smart Applications ontologiesD21: SAREF Guidelines for IoT Semantic InteroperabilityTB adoption of WI (2020-08-24)The relevance of the semantic work to assure semantic interoperability has driven the development of ontology specifications according to the SAREF methodology. IoT is currently experiencing a period of evolution and adoption in the different sectors, asIoTEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
30ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1300 (06/2014)Best practices for green data centresPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1300 describes best practices aimed at reducing the negative impact of data centres on the climate. It is commonly recognized that data centres will have an ever-increasing impact on the environment in the future. The application ofDATA CENTER EnvironmentEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
31ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1301 (05/2015)Minimum data set and communication interface requirements for data centre energy managementPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1301 establishes a minimum data set necessary to manage data centres and telecommunication rooms in an environmentally responsible manner. The Recommendation specifies the communication interface and defines the parameters to be comDATA CENTER EnergyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
32ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1302 (11/2015)Assessment of energy efficiency on infrastructure in data centres and telecom centresPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1302 contains the energy efficiency assessment methodology for data centre and telecom centre, test equipment accuracy requirements, assessment period, assessment conditions and calculation methods.For data centre and telecom centDATA CENTER EnergyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
33ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1303 (11/2018)Functional requirements and framework of green data centre energy-saving management systemPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1303 describes functional requirements and framework of energy-saving management system for green data centre. Functional requirements of energy-saving management includes requirements for measuring energy consumption and environmenDATA CENTER Energy PerformanceEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
34ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1304 (12/2020)Procurement criteria for sustainable data centresPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1304 aims to support public authorities in purchasing data centres related products, services and items with reduced environmental impacts through establishing a set of procurement criteria.DATA CENTER EnvironmentEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
35ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1305 (11/2019)Data centre infrastructure management system based on big data and artificial intelligence technologyPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1305 contains technical specifications of a data centre infrastructure management (DCIM) system, with the following aspects being covered: principles, management objects, management system schemes, data collection function requiremeDATA CENTER Energy PerformanceEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
36ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1310 (09/2020)Energy efficiency metrics and measurement methods for telecommunication equipmentPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1310 contains the definition of energy efficiency metrics test procedures, methodologies and measurement profiles required to assess the energy efficiency of telecommunication equipment. Energy efficiency metrics and measurement metICT power consumption / energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
37ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1315 (05/2017)Standardization terms and trends in energy efficiencyPublishedThis Recommendation contains high level definition of energy efficiency, energy management requirement to increase the energy efficiency of ICT goods/networks/services.ICT energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
38ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1316 (11/2019)Energy efficiency frameworkPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1316 contains a framework of documents for collecting standards on energy efficiency metrics/key performance indicators (KPIs), measurement methodologies and energy management solutions for information and communication technology (ICT energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
39ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1320 (03/2014)Energy efficiency metrics and measurement for power and cooling equipment for telecommunications and data centresPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1320 contains the general definition of metrics, test procedures, methodologies and measurement profiles required to assess the energy efficiency of power and cooling equipment for telecommunications and data centres. More detailedDATA CENTER EnergyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
40ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1321 (03/2015)Reference operational model and interface for improving energy efficiency of ICT network hostsPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1321 describes a reference operational model and interface for improving energy efficiency of ICT network hosts. The operational model and interface specify network proxy operation to support IPv4 ARP and DHCP in order to promote thICT energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
41ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1325 (12/2016)Green ICT solutions for telecom network facilitiesPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1325 has been developed to introduce highly-efficient infrastructure solutions, including highly-efficient power solutions, renewable energy solutions, air conditioning energy-saving solutions and free and economical cooling solutioICT energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
42ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1330 (03/2015)Energy efficiency measurement and metrics for telecommunication networksPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1330 provides a set of metrics for the assessment of energy efficiency (EE) of telecommunication (TLC) mobile networks, together with proper measurement methods. Such metrics are of extremely high importance to operators, given thatICT energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
43ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economy ITU-T L.1331 (01/2022)Assessment of mobile network energy efficiencyPre-PublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1331 aims to provide a better understanding of the energy efficiency of mobile networks. The focus of this Recommendation is on the metrics and methods of assessing energy efficiency in operational networks.The networks consideredICT energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
44ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1332 (01/2018)Total network infrastructure energy efficiency metricsPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1332 contains the basic definition of energy efficiency metrics and measurement methods required to evaluate the energy efficiency of a total network, including the energy consumption for:– all telecommunication (TLC)/informationICT energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
45ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1340 (02/2014)Informative values on the energy efficiency of telecommunication equipmentPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1340 provides informative values on the energy efficiency of different types of telecommunication network equipment and small networking equipment in use in both the fixed and mobile networks. These values are related to energy effiICT energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
46ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1360 (12/2016)Energy control for the software-defined networking architecturePublishedEnergy efficiency has become one of the most important aspects for both current and future telecommunications infrastructures. Taking energy into account induces a new constraint when managing a network. To tackle the integration of the energy constraintICT energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
47ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1361 (11/2018)Measurement method for energy efficiency of network functions virtualizationPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1361 is intended to define common energy efficiency measurement methods for network functions virtualization (NFV) environments, it does not try to cover all of the different types of VNFs (e.g., firewall, gateway, etc.), but it proICT energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
48ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1362 (08/2019)Interface for power management in network function virtualization environments – Green abstraction Layer version 2PublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1362 specifies a data model for energy discrete states within virtualized networks, and operations to interact on this model.In virtualized networks, establishing a mapping between the energy discrete states of logical entities (eICT energy efficiencyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
49ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1380 (11/2019)Smart energy solution for telecom sitesPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1380 focuses on smart energy solutions for telecom sites, mainly on the performance, safety, energy efficiency and environmental impact, when the system is fed by various types of energy such as photovoltaic (PV) energy, wind energyICT environmentEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
50ITUITU-T Study Group 5 – Environment and circular economyITU-T L.1381 (06/2020)Smart energy solutions for data centresPublishedRecommendation ITU-T L.1381 considers a smart control strategy for the entire energy system, including power-feeding and cooling solutions, of data centres to achieve higher energy efficiency and to decrease overall energy consumption. Firstly, for a multDATA CENTER EnergyEnergy+InteroperabilityRecent
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