Non-Vendor Organizations that are predominantly focussed on issues surrounding Data Communications - from the physical layer through to the application layer.
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1394 Trade Association
IEEE 1394 is an international standard digital interface that can run up to 400 Mbps over a thin cable. It is one of the most promising technologies for a future high speed "RS-232". This is the trade association working to make it a reality.
ACM Crossroads Magazine
Crossroads is the student magazine of the ACM and has published many articles about networking.
leader in the development and dissemination of voluntary, consensus-based industry standards
International Multimedia Teleconferencing Consortium promotes the adoption of industry-wide interoperability standards in teleconferencing products
Creates a one-stop source for all your network management and diagnostic needs.
International Powerline Communications Forum
Promoting broadband powerline communications products and services. Includes company profiles, news articles, and information.
International Telecommunication Union
IT professionals who provide resources and industry insights for those interested in information technology, including cloud computing, SaaS, PCI and HIPAA compliance, and virtualization.
OSGi: Open Services Gateway Initiative
Open group of technology companies including Ericsson, IBM, Sun Microsystems, Nokia, Intel, BMW, and Philips. Develops specifications to deploy and manage Java based services for homes, cars, offices, PDAs, phones and industrial applications.
The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory
Tests networking and data communications products whilst educating students. Also provides free online tutorials on networking technologies.
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