Liaison statement
LS on OTNT Standardization Work Plan

State Posted
Posted Date 2017-07-06
From Group ITU-T-SG-15
From Contact Hiroshi Ota
To Groups ccamp, mpls, pals, pce, teas
To Contacts Vishnu Pavan Beeram
Lou Berger
Nicolai Leymann
Loa Andersson
George Swallow
Andrew Malis
Stewart Bryant
Jonathan Hardwick
JP Vasseur
Julien Meuric
Daniele Ceccarelli
Fatai Zhang
CcDeborah Brungard
Julien Meuric
Multiprotocol Label Switching Discussion List
Pseudowire And LDP-enabled Services Discussion List
Andrew Malis
Common Control and Measurement Plane Discussion List
Nicolai Leymann
Scott Mansfield
Fatai Zhang
George Swallow
Traffic Engineering Architecture and Signaling Discussion List
John Drake
Loa Andersson
Alvaro Retana
Daniele Ceccarelli
Vishnu Beeram
Stewart Bryant
Jonathan Hardwick
Path Computation Element Discussion List
Alia Atlas
Lou Berger
itu-t-liaison@iab.org
JP Vasseur
Response Contact naotaka.morita@ntt-at.co.jp
Purpose For comment
Deadline 2018-01-16 Action Needed
Attachments OTNT Standardization Work Plan, Issue 23 (TD55r1/PLEN)
SG15-LS48
Body
Thank you for your review and comments on “Optical Transport Networks &
Technologies Standardization Work Plan.” Attached is Issue 23, the latest
version updated by the SG15 meeting in June 2017.

Editor of the document thanks you for your continued support and the
information provided.

From the previous issue (Issue 22), the document is split into two parts to
separate up-to-date snapshot-type information and comprehensive database-type
information. - Part 1 provides highlights of relevant SDOs’ activity. - Part 2
updated.

Splitting the document into the two parts is intended to make this information
more useful and attractive to the potential readers. ITU-T SG15 is considering
more effective way to provide the information and more efficient way to
maintain and update it. For example for Part 1, setting up the template for
reporting. For Part 2, automated production based on database is under
consideration. Again, any comments, not only the correction/update of the
information but also the ways to provide the information are highly appreciated.