The upcoming 98th meeting of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) in Chicago (USA) March 26 – 31, 2017, is hosted by Ericsson as part of our long-term commitment to support the IETF in their important work. One topic we will highlight is design and standardization of security in the emerging 5G systems.
During this year’s Annual General Meeting of the Internet Society (ISOC), which took place in June, I was honored to be appointed Chairman of the Board. The ISOC is an international organization whose important activities deserve to be known and supported by the different groups that form the internet community. As chairman, I want ISOC’s activities to be as impactful as possible.
Ericsson has become a part of the Global Host program of the Internet Engineering Task Force, IETF. This further strengthens our engagement in the IETF, one of our efforts to provide interoperable and secure Internet technologies to the Internet community.
Do you know what the IETF does and why it’s important?