DMTF (formerly known as the Distributed Management Task Force) creates open manageability standards spanning diverse emerging and traditional IT infrastructures including cloud, virtualization, network, servers and storage. Member companies and alliance partners worldwide collaborate on standards to improve the interoperable management of information technologies. Nationally and internationally recognized by ANSI and ISO, DMTF standards enable a more integrated and cost-effective approach to management through interoperable solutions. Simultaneous development of Open Source and Open Standards is made possible by DMTF, which has the support, tools, and infrastructure for efficient development and collaboration.
The IEEE Industry Standards and Technology Organization (IEEE-ISTO) was established in January 1999 as a federation of member alliance programs with the aim of supporting accelerated technology standards development and market adoption for industry. A global, 501(c)(6) not-for-profit corporation, ISTO offers a membership infrastructure and legal umbrella under which member alliances and trade groups can stand themselves up as legal operating entities.
The IEEE Standards Association (IEEE-SA), a globally recognized standards-setting body within IEEE, develops consensus standards through an open process that engages industry and brings together a broad stakeholder community. IEEE standards set specifications and best practices based on current scientific and technological knowledge. The IEEE-SA has a portfolio of over 1,200 active standards and more than 500 standards under development.
The International Wireless Industry Consortium (IWPC) facilitate global knowledge-capital collaboration, delivering unfiltered real time insight into vital technology, market and ecosystem evolution. Our technology-neutral Community provides leadership to identify new markets, products & service opportunities, illuminate potential supply chain gaps, network with first-hand knowledge experts for all things wireless.
JEDEC is the global leader in developing open standards for the microelectronics industry, with more than 3,000 volunteers representing over 300 member companies. JEDEC brings manufacturers and suppliers together to participate in more than 50 committees and subcommittees, with the mission to create standards to meet the diverse technical and developmental needs of the industry
Trusted Connectivity Alliance (TCA) is a global, non-profit industry association working to enable trust in a connected future. The organisation’s vision is to drive the sustained growth of a connected society through trusted connectivity which protects assets, end user privacy and networks.
The Universal Flash Storage Association (UFSA) was founded in 2010 as a California Nonprofit Mutual Benefit Corporation for logo, compliance and certification management, UFS technology promotion, UFS infrastructure enablement and technical input into JEDEC for future specifications. The corporation and its members are committed to foster open competition in the development of products and services based upon Open Industry Standards or other activities which the corporation may undertake.
The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) is an international, non-profit standards association representing over 300 hardware, software, computer, display and component manufacturers. Our video standards, widely adopted in the personal computer industry, include DisplayPort™, Embedded DisplayPort (eDP), Display Stream Compression (DSC), VDC-M, DisplayHDR and others. For more information, visit http://www.vesa.org/.