Activities

2008
January 21-25 Face-to-Face Interoperability Event hosted by Nokia, Tampere, Finland
2007
October 8-12 Joint Face to Face Interoperability Testing Event with IMS AG, Tel-Aviv, IsraelThanks to sponsor, Radvision for hosting the live test event with 8 member companies participating including Dilithium Networks, Ericsson, Motorola, NMS, Nokia, Packet Video, Radvision, and SonyEricsson. Members tested prototypes and implementations of 3G-324M handsets, protocol stacks, gateways, and testing equipment successfully in a live UMTS network. Testing focused on call setup time reduction solutions, such as MONA (H.324 Annex K) and WNSRP. Companies were also able to perform video logical channel conflicting handling tests and some tests on H.264 video codec and AMR-WB audio codec were conducted successfully.

The 324G Activity Group enjoyed Caesarea after a day of testing at the Face-To-Face Interoperability Event in Tel-Aviv, Israel.

April 20-27 SuperOP! 2007, Ancona, Italy
April 11-18 11th Mini Virtual Interop
April 2 Dialogic joins IMTC and 3G324M
March Oren Libis, Radvision elected as co-chair
January 31-February 7 10th Mini Virtual Interop
2006
December 13-20 9th Mini Virtual Interop
November 7-10 Combined Activity Group,Face to Face Interoperability Testing Event in Lannion, France

A face to face combined Activity Group Interoperability Testing event was held in Lannion, France. The event was hosted by France Telecom and included member company participants from the 3G-324M, PSS, SIP and Conferencing Activity Groups.

August 21-25 Face-To-Face InteroperabilityEvent in Lund, Sweden

Thanks to sponsor, Ericsson for hosting the live test event with over 10 active members in the 3G-324M participating. Members tested prototypes and implementations of 3G-324 related products including handsets, protocol stacks, gateways and testing equipment. A live UTMS network was used during testing. In addition to standard testing suites, the group also included the ITU-T approved MONA and 3G-324M Annex K as part of the testing activities. The test suites and ITU-T standards are key to enabling the industry to commercialize 3G-324M products and services.

August 16 Intel Corporation Joins the IMTC and the 3G-324M Activity Group
August 14 Sunplus Joins the IMTC and the 3G-324M Activity Group
February 23 Ixia joins 5th cycle testing
February 6-10 Face-To-Face Interoperability Event in Tel-Aviv, Israel Thanks to sponsor, Radvision for hosting the live test event with 8 member companies participating including Dilithium Networks, Ericsson, NMS, Nokia, Packet Video, Radvision, Tandberg and TTP Com. Members tested prototypes and implementations of 3G-324M handsets, protocol stacks, gateways, and testing equipment successfully in a live UMTS network. Testing focused on call setup time reduction solutions, with all companies finishing WNSRP testing successfully and several Fast Media implementations undergoing initial testing. Companies were also able to perform video logical channel conflicting handling tests and some initial tests on H.264 video codec were conducted successfully.

The 324G Activity Group enjoyed Tel-Aviv after a day of testing at the Face-To-Face Interoperability Event in Tel-Aviv, Israel.

February 2 TTPCom Ltd. joins 5th cycle testing
January 11-18 7th Mini-virtual Interoperability event
2005
September 10-16 SuperOP! 2005, Ancona, Italy with 10 member companies participating.
September 28 Toshiba joins 5th cycle testing.
August 24-31 6th Virtual-Interoperability-Test in 5th cycle testing with 5 member companies participating.
August 9 Toshiba joins 5th cycle testing
June 20-24 2nd Face-to-Face Interoperability event, Dusseldorf, Germany, with 13 member companies participating, hosted and sponsored by Vodafone.

3G324M Activity Group working hard at 2nd Face-to-Face Interoperability event in Dusseldorf, Germany

June 1-8 5th Virtual-Interoperability Test in 5th cycle testing with 8 member companies participating.
June 1 Tandberg (formerly TNO) joins 5th cycle testing.
April 6-13 4th Virtual-InterOp-Test in 5th cycle testing with 6 member companies participating.