ATIS today announced release of a new standard Energy Efficiency for Telecommunication Equipment: Methodology for Measurement and Reporting of 802.11xx Wi-Fi Access Points, ATIS-0600015.13.2017. This standard provides guidelines on calculating the Telecommunication Energy Efficiency Ratio (TEER) of a Wi-Fi Access Point. By comparing the TEER reports of multiple products that have the same functional capabilities and meet a common set of requirements, a communications network operator, reseller, or end user can select the equipment that best meets their energy efficiency targets.
“This new standard is another of ATIS’ contributions designed to improve the energy efficiency of telecommunications equipment and environments,” said ATIS President and CEO Susan Miller. “With this new resource, operators are better positioned to lower their energy costs and advance industry goals of reducing the environmental impacts of information and communications technology.”
The new ATIS standard defines the test conditions for measurement of data to be used when calculating the TEER of any access point. Common testing requirements on how to measure the energy consumption used as part the TEER calculation can be found in another ATIS document, Energy Efficiency for Telecommunication Equipment: Methodology for Measurement and Reporting – General Requirements (ATIS-0600015).
As a leading technology and solutions development organization, the Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS) brings together the top global ICT companies to advance the industry’s most critical business priorities. ATIS’ 150 member companies are currently working to address 5G, the all-IP transition, network functions virtualization, big data analytics, cloud services, the ICT implications of Smart Cities, emergency services, IoT, cyber security, network evolution, quality of service, billing support, operations, and much more. These priorities follow a fast-track development lifecycle – from design and innovation through standards, specifications, requirements, business use cases, software toolkits, open source solutions, and interoperability testing.
ATIS is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). ATIS is the North American Organizational Partner for the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP), a founding Partner of the oneM2M global initiative, a member of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), as well as a member of the Inter-American Telecommunication Commission (CITEL). For more information, visit www.atis.org.
About SIP Forum
The SIP Forum is an IP communications industry association that engages in numerous activities that promote and advance SIP-based technology, such as the development of industry recommendations, the SIPit, SIPconnect-IT and RTCWeb-it interoperability testing events, special workshops, educational seminars, and general promotion of SIP in the industry. The SIP Forum is also the producer of the annual SIPNOC conferences (for SIP Network Operators Conference), focused on the technical requirements of the service provider community. One of its notable technical activities is the development of the SIPconnect Technical Recommendation – a standards-based SIP trunking recommendation that provides detailed guidelines for direct IP peering and interoperability between IP PBXs and SIP-based service provider networks. Other important Forum initiatives include work in Fax-over-IP interoperability, User Agent Configuration, Video Relay Service interoperability, security, NNI, and SIP and IPv6. For more information, please visit: http://www.sipforum.org.
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