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Russia to Develop National Standards for 9 New Technologies, Including 5G

November 9, 2021, 15:01 (UTC+3)|

NTI participants plan to develop standards for nine new technologies, including the areas of 5G communication protocols.Over the next three years, Russian specialists will be engaged in this with the participation of the Competence Centers of the National Technological Initiative (NTI) and the NTI Infrastructure Centers.

It is expected that the development will also create standards in the field of "the Internet of things and the industrial Internet of things, data use, quantum communications and the quantum Internet of things, as well as standards in the field of mathematical modeling and digital twins."

According to Nikita Utkin, Director for the Development of Technological Standards of the NTI Platform, special attention will be paid to the standards of “power of attorney for the use of digital technologies”.

At the same time, other conditions must be observed: availability to all manufacturers, openness to the industrial community, open architecture and ecosystem approach, as well as compatibility with international standards. The latter will allow domestic telecom manufacturers to enter the "international market of more than $100 billion," said Dmitry Lakontsev, head of the Skoltech's NTI Competence Center based.

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Nikita Utkin, Director for the Development of Technological Standards of NTI Platforms

Dmitry Lakontsev, Head of the NTI Competence Center based in Skoltech

National Technological Initiative was launched by the Russian government in 2014 with the purpose of creating Russian global technical leadership in Russia. NTI Competence Centres are structural units created on the basis of a university or a scientific organizations that implement the integrated development of "end-to-end" NTI technologies.

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