Systemics-PAB is specialized in the comprehensive testing of the quality of telecommunications networks for operators, infrastructure suppliers, private network providers, and market regulators. The company cooperates with many independent organizations focused on improving telecommunications ecosystem and user experience.

‘I am delighted to welcome Systemics-PAB to the ITU Telecommunication Development Sector,’ said Dr. Cosmas Luckyson Zavazava, Director of the ITU’s Telecommunication Development Bureau. ‘Telecom services must be consistently accessible and accurate, especially in critical situations and emergencies. Additionally, the digital agenda relies heavily on data transmission, data security, and privacy. Governments, regulators, and industry leaders must always be prepared. This new membership provides us with an opportunity to address these issues. We look forward to working together to enhance network performance and security, as well as advancing connectivity for all.’

ITU-D study groups provide an opportunity for the membership to share experiences, present ideas, exchange views, and achieve consensus on appropriate strategies to address priorities of ICT (Information and Communications Technology). ITU-D study groups are responsible for developing reports, guidelines, and recommendations based on inputs received from the membership.

As part of the ITU family, Systemics-PAB is entitled to participate in meetings of the ITU-D Study Group 2 focused on ICT applications, cybersecurity, and climate-change adaptation, among others.
The company’s professionals can provide and present their experience during meetings, take part in discussions on various documents and contribute to the outcomes of this study group. Moreover, professionals can apply for leadership positions within ITU-D SG2.

As the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies, ITU’s global membership brings together 193 Member States as well as some 900 companies, universities, and international and regional organizations. ITU provides a platform for partners from the public and private sectors to address major ICT issues. ITU is based in Geneva, Switzerland.

Systemics-PAB is also the long-term active member of the ETSI working group developing guidance for the quality of services testing in mobile networks.

Moreover, our professionals can be elected to lead certain telecom issues supporting European regulations and legislation through the creation of Harmonized European Standards. Only standards developed by the three European Standard Organizations (CEN, CENELEC and ETSI) are recognized as European Standards (ENs).
ETSI (European Telecommunications Standards Institute) plays a key role in supporting regulation and legislation with technical standards and specifications for ICT-enabled systems, applications and services. Systemics-PAB at ETSI is at the forefront of emerging technologies across all sectors of industry and society that make use of ICT. ETSI represents 850+ member organizations from over 60 countries and five continents. ETSI is based in Sophia Antipolis, France.

About Systemics-PAB
Systemics-PAB, a subsidiary of the Apave Group, is a leader in the comprehensive testing of the quality of services, security, and efficiency of telecommunications networks for operators, infrastructure suppliers, private network providers, and market regulators in Poland and worldwide. We analyse and provide information about the real quality of 2G-5G networks and the embedded services in terms of all technologies and latest devices. We also offer optimization services and monitoring solutions that are particularly appropriate for customers with multiple RAN equipment vendors. Moreover, we offer devices for testing Ethernet / Virtual / Cloud networks as well as professional testing of IT networks, applications, and cybersecurity.