LS on new work item Q.IBN-SA “Signaling architecture of Intent-Based Network for network evolution”
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At the ITU-T SG11 plenary meeting (virtual, 1-10 December 2021), Q1/11 “Signaling and protocol architectures for telecommunication networks and guidelines for implementations” created a new work item Q.IBN-SA “Signaling architecture of Intent-Based Network for network evolution” (SG11-TD1824/GEN). ITU-T Q.IBN-SA aims to provide the signaling architecture of Intent-Based Network for network evolution. Based on the functional architecture of Intent-Based Network, it specifies the mapping of reference points to interfaces in the architecture of Intent-Based Network and defines the protocols used for interfaces of Intent-Based Network. It will start the standardization of the Intent-Based Network especially concerning its signaling architecture. ITU-T Q1/11 would like to thank you for your attention, feedback and cooperation on this topic. The A.1 justification form for the new work item Q.IBN-SA is contained in the attachment.