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LS on Invitation to update the information in the IMT-2020 and beyond roadmap [to ITU study groups and external IMT-2020 liaison partners]

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State Posted
Submitted Date 2022-07-26
From Group ITU-T-JCA-IMT2020
From Contact Tatiana Kurakova
To Groups ccamp, detnet, dmm, sfc, teas
To Contacts Vishnu Beeram <>
Lou Berger <>
Daniele Ceccarelli <>
Fatai Zhang <>
Jim Guichard <>
Joel Halpern <>
Lou Berger <>
János Farkas <>
Dapeng Liu <>
Satoru Matsushima <>
Sri Gundavelli <>
Cc John Scudder <>
Satoru Matsushima <>
Sri Gundavelli <>
Andrew Alston <>
Alvaro Retana <>
Fatai Zhang <>
Deterministic Networking Discussion List <>
Service Function Chaining Discussion List <>
Dapeng Liu <>
Distributed Mobility Management Discussion List <>
Daniele Ceccarelli <>
János Farkas <>
Common Control and Measurement Plane Discussion List <>
Vishnu Beeram <>
Lou Berger <>
Erik Kline <>
Traffic Engineering Architecture and Signaling Discussion List <>
Joel Halpern <>
Jim Guichard <>
Éric Vyncke <>
Purpose For action
Deadline 2022-09-13 Action Needed
Attachments JCA-IMT2020-LS11-Doc-O-21-R1-LSout
The ITU-T Joint Coordination Activity for IMT2020 and Beyond (JCA IMT2020)
thanks all that have replied to previous requests for input on IMT-2020 and
beyond related standardization work. The current online version of the roadmap
is available from the JCA-IMT2020 website.

The objective of the roadmap is to support IMT-2020 and beyond standardization
coordination. IMT-2020 and beyond are the important topics for our industry,
and many standardization-related activities are held in various entities. The
JCA is progressing this work in a form of roadmap of IMT2020 and beyond

JCA-IMT2020 will keep updating this roadmap, and therefore we solicit your
information about updates. If you send us the latest information of your
activity related to 5G and beyond as well as Network Function Virtualization
(NFV), programmable networks, self-managed networks, autonomous network,
slicing (including orchestration and capability exposure), fixed-mobile and
satellite convergence (FMC) and Information-Centric Networking (ICN), machine
learning and other activities that are strongly related to IMT 2020, we will
reflect it in the next roadmap update, which will be performed online soon
after the next JCA IMT2020 meeting.

Please submit your updates using the template to be found in appendix below.

Should you wish to communicate any additional information about your
specifications and projects, we invite you to do so. In addition, if not done
yet, we invite the ITU-T Study Groups, SDOs, fora to nominate a representative
to this group. JCA-IMT2020 anticipates having its next meeting on 20 September
2022 alongside the ITU-T SG15 meeting (19 – 30 September 2022) in Geneva.

We invite your inputs/updates to the roadmap.