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The UICC Recent Work of ETSI TC Smart Card Platform Dr. Klaus Vedder Chairman ETSI TC SCP

6th ETSI Security WS Sophia Antipolis, France 19-20 January 2010 Footer text (edit in View : Header and Footer)

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SIMs, USIMs, R-UIMs, CSIMs…. in 2010 You could stack the SIMs, USIMs, R-UIMS, CSIMs … delivered to the market in 2010

If you place the SIMs, USIMs, R-UIMs, CSIMs, …. ever delivered to the market next to each other you could

to a tower 3,040 km high

575 km

go more than 40 times around the world!

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The Smart Card Market 6000

CAG

5000

M. units

2656

3000

1889 1469 280 1050

4520

4995 860

650

750

510

2650

CAGR 05-09 23% 22% 25%

410

336

1000

4185

3446

4000

2000

% R 24

3200

3400

2008

2009

3700

2040 1390

Note: The current estimate for 2010 is 4 billion units

0 2004

2005

2006

Industry & Government

2007 Payment

2010e

Telecommunication

Source: Eurosmart

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ETSI TC Smart Card Platform  23 Years of Dedication and Real-life Experience  TC SCP founded in March 2000 as the successor of SMG9, the people which specified the most successful smart card application ever with over 4 billion subscribers using one or more of the over 20 billion SIMs, USIMs, R-UIMs, CSIMs, … delivered to the market

 ETSI TC SCP has published over fifty specifications on smart cards covering all areas from administrative commands to APIs, browsers, Internet connectivity, Machine-to-Machine (M2M), new interfaces for high speed and NFC as well as related test specifications  all can be downloaded free of charge from the ETSI website

The specifications are application agnostic and are not restricted to the world of telecommunications. They can be used as a (secure) platform for basically any application. 6th ETSI Security WS

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Structure and Officials SCP Plenary Chairman: Klaus Vedder, G&D Vice Chairman: Tim Evans, Illuminismo Vice Chairman: Denis Praca, Gemalto

SCP Requirement WG

SCP Technical WG

Chairman: Colin Hamling, Telefónica

Chairman: Paul Jolivet, LG

Vice Chairman: Heiko Kruse, Sagem Orga Vice Chairman: Denis Praca, Gemalto

Vice Chairman: Sebastian Hans, Oracle

SCP Testing WG Chairman: Andreas Bertling, Comprion Vice Chairman: Christophe Dubois, Gemalto 6th ETSI Security WS

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Description  SCP  Final acceptance of Work Items to be progressed by Working Groups  Acceptance for publication of all Technical Specifications, Technical Reports and Change Requests to published documents  Input to its work is received from ETSI members as well as 3GPP, 3GPP2, GlobalPlatform, GSMA, GSMA SCaG, Global Certification Forum (GCF), NFC Forum, OMA, WiMAX Forum, …

 SCP REQ  Working Group SCP REQ is responsible for developing the requirements for the Smart Card Platform

 SCP TEC  Working Group SCP TEC is responsible for the technical realisation of the requirements developed by SCP REQ and accepted by SCP

 SCP TEST  Working Group SCP TEST is responsible for the development of test specifications for deliverables produced by SCP TEC and accepted by SCP 6th ETSI Security WS

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