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ETSI MEC starts second phase, renews leadership team

Wednesday 29 March 2017 | 10:00 CET | News
The European Telecommunications Standards Institute's Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC) Industry Specification Group started its second phase in which its scope extends beyond its original focus on Mobile Edge Computing for mobile access networks. The group also has a new leadership team and a new name. Alex Reznik from Hewlett-Packard Enterprise was elected as the new chairman. Pekka Kuure and Sami Kekki, respectively from Nokia and Huawei, were elected as new vice chairs, while Adrian Neal, from Vodaphone, was re-elected as vice chair. The ETSI Group was also renamed to Multi-access Edge

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Categories: General
Companies: ETSI / Hewlett-Packard / Huawei / Nokia
Countries: World
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