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Denis Andreev

Advisor of ITU-T SG11
ITU - International Telecommunication Union
Participates in 1 Session

Denis ANDREEV was graduated from the Moscow Power Engineering Institute (MPEI) in 2000. From 2000 till 2011 he worked for Central Research Telecommunication Institute (ZNIIS) as a Director of telecommunication Testing Centre (Technopark, Russia). Under his supervision, Technopark tested key technologies which were further implemented on Russian public telecommunication networks. He had been contributing to ITU-T SG11 for 12 years and was appointed as a Rapporteur of Q10/11 and Q11/11 which focused on testing and benchmarking study areas. He is the author of 9 ITU-T Recommendations related to NGN and IMS testing developed from 2006-2011. From 2008, he managed the joint ZNIIS/ITU project, aimed at establishing the International Telecommunication Testing Centre (ITTC) for the CIS Region. In 2012 he joined the ITU-T HQ as the TSB C&I Programme Coordinator. Since 2017, he is Advisor of ITU-T SG11 “Signalling requirements, protocols, test specifications and combating counterfeit products”. His current activities focused on facilitating ITU-T SG11 on development signalling protocols and test specifications for existing and future networks (4G/5G interconnection, flat ENUM signalling architecture, IMS testing, remote testing etc.). Also, he assists ITU-T SG11 on research and studies related to combating counterfeiting and stolen ICT devices. Several workshops and brainstorming sessions were organized on all those subjects under his supervision. For more information, please see:

Sessions in which Denis Andreev participates

Friday 3 September, 2021

Time Zone: (GMT+01:00) Brussels
9:00 AM
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM | 1 hour 15 minutes

The interoperable testbed federations permit to test and use new technological developments linked to the Internet in real conditions. The assessment of the scalability of such recent developments can be done in federated and interoperable testbeds. New use cases can be elaborated and implemented in interoperable testbed federations through realistic experiments. The federation and the interconnection of different testbeds are done through standardized open APIs which are currently in phas...