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'''ITU-T''' is the telecommunications standardization sector of the [[ITU|International Telecommunications Union]], which is responsible in developing new standards and revising existing standards for the information and communications technology (ICT) industry from core network functionality and broadband to next-generation services such as Internet Protocol Television ([[IPTV]]). The standards developed by ITU-T are called '''"Recommendations"''' since they are not mandatory unless they are incorporated in the national law of a particular government. Currently, there are 3000 ITU-T Recommendations available.<ref>[http://www.itu.int/net/ITU-T/info/Default.aspx FAQ]</ref>
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'''ITU-T''' is the telecommunications standardization sector of the [[ITU|International Telecommunications Union]], which is responsible in developing new standards and revising existing standards for the information and communications technology (ICT) industry from core network functionality and broadband to next-generation services such as Internet Protocol Television ([[IPTV]]). The standards developed by ITU-T are called '''"Recommendations"''' since they are not mandatory unless they are incorporated in the national law of a particular government. <ref>[http://www.itu.int/net/ITU-T/info/Default.aspx FAQ]</ref>
    
The work of the the standardization sector in the development of global ICT ensures that developing countries will be given accessibility to adopt international standards to main a fully integrated global communications operations for next generation networks (NGN); build confidence and security in using ICTs; develop early warning systems (emergency communication); reduce the impact of ICT on climate change and learn how to use ICT to lessen its effects. <ref>[http://www.itu.int/net/ITU-T/info/Default.aspx ITU-T In Brief]</ref>
 
The work of the the standardization sector in the development of global ICT ensures that developing countries will be given accessibility to adopt international standards to main a fully integrated global communications operations for next generation networks (NGN); build confidence and security in using ICTs; develop early warning systems (emergency communication); reduce the impact of ICT on climate change and learn how to use ICT to lessen its effects. <ref>[http://www.itu.int/net/ITU-T/info/Default.aspx ITU-T In Brief]</ref>
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==ITU-T Recommendations==
 
==ITU-T Recommendations==
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Currently, there are 3000 active ITU-T Recommendations. The sector offers free Recommendations, which are accessible [http://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/publications/Pages/recs.aspx '''here''']
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