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New ATIS Technical Report Advances 5G Security

WASHINGTON — March 16, 2017 —  ATIS today announced release of a new Technical Report 5G Security Requirements (ATIS 1000077), which contains recommendations to advance incorporation of the concept of security by design into the very fabric of the upcoming 5G network. The standard is a product of ATIS’ ...
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New ATIS Standard Specifies Mobile Device Behavior for Real-Time Texting

WASHINGTON — March 13, 2017 —  ATIS today announced release of a new specification that standardizes mobile device behavior for handling Real Time Text (RTT) in the IP environment, a solution favored by the disability community, including deaf and hard of hearing individuals, as a viable replacement for teletypewriter or ...
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ATIS Maps the Way to Content Optimized Networks

WASHINGTON — Feb. 23, 2017 —  ATIS today announced release of Evolution to Content Optimized Networks, a major report establishing an evolutionary path from today’s IP-based routing network to a future network that leverages the increasingly important role of content. Annual global IP traffic passed the zettabyte (or 1000 exabytes) ...
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Is GPS More Vulnerable Than Ever? An ATIS Webinar

WASHINGTON — Feb. 16, 2017 — What: Join ATIS for the Is GPS More Vulnerable Than Ever webinar, which will shed light on the vulnerabilities in the GPS system that is the network's main source of timing -- as well as the forefront work addressing these vulnerabilities. When: March 8, 2017; 11:00 a.m ...
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ATIS Launches Industry Testbed to Advance Mitigation of Unwanted Robocalling and Caller ID Fraud

Neustar to serve as exclusive testing organization WASHINGTON — Feb. 2, 2017 —  ATIS announced today that it has launched a virtualized testbed to advance industry efforts to mitigate unwanted robocalls and caller ID spoofing. The testbed will facilitate implementation of ATIS’ new specification to authenticate and verify calling party ...
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New Specification by ATIS and SIP Forum Advances Network Capabilities to Mitigate Unwanted Robocalling and Caller ID Fraud

WASHINGTON and NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. — Feb. 2, 2017 —  ATIS and the SIP Forum are pleased to announce publication of the SHAKEN (Signature-based Handling of Asserted information using toKENs) specification, a major advancement in industry efforts to mitigate unwanted robocalls and caller ID spoofing. Developed to efficiently implement the ...
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The New World of Sync as a Service for Financial Trading

MEDIA ADVISORY — Jan. 6, 2017 — The finance community has typically approached timing as a day/date/time issue, but that is changing. Regulations are creating the need for financial trading companies to seriously explore and eventually implement Precision Time Protocol (PTP) sync in their network -- and for telecom operators to ...
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ATIS to Provide Emerging Technologies Insight to Canadian Government

WASHINGTON — Jan. 5, 2017 —  ATIS today announced it is working with Canadian communication companies to enhance collaboration and share knowledge on unlawful caller ID spoofing and robocalling. While ATIS has been working on mitigation techniques for some time, the need for a unified, cross-border effort was highlighted by ...
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ATIS Launches New Blog; Premier Post Brings ICT Insight to Smart Cities Planners

WASHINGTON — Dec. 13, 2016 —  The new Technology Roadmap that ATIS will contribute to expand local municipalities' investment in Smart Cities ICT infrastructure is featured as the premier post on the new ATIS Insights blog. "A Smart Approach to Smart Cities" provides a broader context on the value of ATIS ...
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Boost for IoT Interoperability as Open Source Foundations and Projects Adopt oneM2M Specifications

OpenDaylight, OCEAN, ATIS and Eclipse Foundation are among organisations adopting oneM2M specifications in IoT development projects WASHINGTON — Dec. 9, 2016 —  oneM2M, the global standards partnership for Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications and the Internet of Things (IoT), reports that its standards are being used by a number of independent open ...
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