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Follow the standardization process from the IETF

The IETF 103 meeting will take place from November 3 to 9 in Bangkok

The IETF is the standard organization behind the success of the Internet. Thanks to open processes, it defines new open standards to guarantee the interoperability and evolution of networks.

Three times a year, the IETF community gathers around the world. Most of the IETF work takes place online, including on email lists, inter-meetings. Other events such as hackathons, IETF meetings provide in-person opportunities to move forward.

IoT-oriented IETF working groups have already produced the first wave of mature standards for IoT,like 6LoWPAN, COAP, and DTLS. Today, new groups have emerged (see the list of open working groups). This is the case of the LPWAN working group, co-chaired by Alexander Pelov, CEO of Acklio, and Pascal Thubert, principal engineer from Cisco. The latter defines the general architecture of the IP protocol compression regarding any LPWAN technologies (LoRaWAN, Sigfox, NB-IoT, …).

To learn more, check the last LPWAN working group meeting session from IETF 102, Montreal, 2018 July.

working group meeting session from IETF 102, Montreal, 2018 July.

Any interested person can participate in the work, know what is being decided, and make his or her voice heard on the issue.
You can access and contribute to the mailing list, document, and events. Come and join us at the next IETF!

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