Standardisation of global telecommunication services-expertise or market shares?

  title={Standardisation of global telecommunication services-expertise or market shares?},
  author={Kai Jakobs and Rob Procter and Robin Williams},
Standards are one of the key components of information technology today. Yet, despite their public and widespread implications, the underlying standardisation processes are something of a “black box” to outsiders. This begs the question how standards are determined, and by whom. The paper will look at the lowest, and most technical level of this process, where the basic technological decisions are made. The results of a survey of standards professionals and standards users are presented and… CONTINUE READING

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