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Organizations (and 15 Cross References)

  1. A+America, Free Technology For Schools Program, corporate sponsorship, Littleton, MA, US.
  2. ACM, The Association for Computing Machinery.
  3. ACM SIGCOMM, professional forum for data communications and computer networks.
  4. Actius, Computer Telephone Integration (CTI) industry forum, Henley-on-Thames, UK.
  5. Ada-Belgium, Ada programming language promotion, Zaventem, BE.
  6. Adirondack Area network, Communication services, e.g. H.323 video conferencing/distance learning, Troy, NY, US.
  7. ADSL Forum, Industry association to promote the market for ADSL, Foster City, CA, US.
  8. Advanced Peer-to-Peer Networking (APPN) consortium, facilitates APPN and SNA internetworking.
  9. Advanced Telecommunications Institute (ATI), at Stevens Institute of Technology, Castle Point on Hudson, NJ, US.
  10. Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC), Television standards (e.g. HDTV) organization, US.
  11. Agency of Industrial Science & Technology, Ministry of International Trade & Industry (MITI), JP.
  12. AIIM International, Document management industry association, Silver Spring, MD, US.
  13. Alliance for Competitive Communications (formerly MFJ Task Force), Ad-hoc coalition of the U.S. RBOCs.
  14. Alliance for Public Technology, foster access to information and comm. services, Washington, DC, US.
  15. Alliance for Telecommunications Industry Solutions (ATIS), Standards focused industry group, Washington, DC, US.
  16. Alliance of IEEE Consultants' Networks Coordinating Committee (AICNCC), Online consultant directory, Washington, DC, US.
  17. American Association of Domain Names, Industry association of Internet domain name owners.
  18. American Committee for Interoperable Systems (ACIS), voluntary industrial organization.
  19. American National Standards Institute (ANSI), coordinates and approved US national standards.
  20. Aries, Online network for the Eurpoean social economy, Brussels, BE.
  21. ARPA, the U.S. DoD Advanced Research Projects Agency.
  22. ASEDIE, (Spanish) Information technology professional organization, Madrid, ES.
  23. Asociación de Usuarios de Internet (AUI), (Spanish) Internet users association, Madrid, ES.
  24. Assocation for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE), Professional organization.
  25. Association for Applied Interactive Multimedia (AAIM), Professional organization.
  26. Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT), Professional organization.
  27. Association for Information Systems (AIS), International organization to enchance and communicate knowledge of information systems.
  28. Association for Internet Resources, Hong Kong based Internet association.
  29. Association for Multi-media International (AMI), Professional organization.
  30. Association for Women in Computing, Promoting women in the computing professions, San Francisco, CA, US.
  31. Association of America's Public Television Stations (APTS), The, Washington, DC, US.
  32. Association of Banyan Users International, Banyan O.S. users group.
  33. Association of Independent Telecommunications Managers, The, Professional organization.
  34. Association of Internet Professionals (AIP), Professional organization, New York, NY, US.
  35. Association of Service and Computer Dealers International, Industry association.
  36. Association of Shareware Professionals, Professional organization to promote shareware, Greenwood, IN, US.
  37. Association professionnelle des informaticien(ne)s du Quebec (APIIQ), Montreal, PQ, CA.
  38. Attrition, Computer security Web site/index/search, Phoenix, AZ, US.
  39. Audio Engineering Society, Professional society for audio technology, New York, NY, US.
  40. Australasian Interactive Multimedia Industry Association (AIMIA)
  41. Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
  42. Australian Information Technology Engineering Centre (AITEC), IT training, education, Adelaide, SA, AU.
  43. Bay Area Cisco User Group (BACUG), Professional networking, study groups, equipment discussion, etc., Emeryville, CA, US.
  44. BBBOnLine, Trusted ecommerce, subsidiary of Better Business Bureau, Arlington, VA, US.
  45. Beijing Software Industry Association(BSIA), Promotional organization, Beijing, CN.
  46. Bell Labs Information Sciences Research, Part of Lucent Technologies, Murray Hill, NJ, US.
  47. Berkeley Macintosh Users Group, Macintosh advocacy.
  48. BETECH, Bernische Genossenschaft für Technologievermittlung, Bern, CH.
  49. Bluetooth Special Interest Group, Industry association for Bluetooth wireless, Lund, SE.
  50. British Computer Society, The, Professional organization, Swindon, GB.
  51. British National Council for Educational Technology, The, Coventry, UK.
  52. Business Software Alliance (BSA), Software industry promotion, software piracy prevention.
  53. Campaign for Non-Browser Specific WWW, "Anybrowser".
  54. Canadian Association for Interoperable Systems (CAIS), voluntary industrial organization.
  55. Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
  56. CANARIE - the Canadian Network for the Advancement of Research, Industry and Education
  57. Caringin Network Development, Information to assist Internet beginners, Jakarta, ID.
  58. CDMA Development Group, Industry group to promote CDMA.
  59. CEDAR, Center of Excellence for Document Analysis and Recognition, Buffalo, NY, US.
  60. Center for Democracy and Technology, advocacy for civil liberties in communications technologies.
  61. Center for Software Development, The, Software startup assistance, software testing lab, San Jose, CA, US.
  62. Center for Telecommunications, at Stanford University.
  63. Center for Telecommunications Research (CTR), Columbia University, New York, NY, US.
  64. Center for the Application of Information Technology (CAIT), IT management/research education/training, St. Louis, MO, US.
  65. Center of the International Cooperation for Computerization (CICC), nonprofit, JP.
  66. Centre for International Research on Communication and Information Technologies (CIRCIT), Melbourne, VIC, AU.
  67. Centre of Informatics and Computing Technology (CICT), Sofia, BG.
  68. Centro de Cięncias e Tecnologias Ópticas (CETO), Fiber optics technology research, Porto, PT.
  69. Charles Babbage Institute of Computer History (CBI), History of computing research, library, Minneapolis, MN, US.
  70. Chiba University Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Chiba, JP.
  71. Citizens Internet Empowerment Coalition (CIEC), Group interested in Internet content control issues.
  72. Civil Rights Forum on Communications Policy, Communication policy advocacy group, Washington, DC, US.
  73. Clearinghouse for Networked Information Discovery and Retrieval (CNIDR), NSF funded.
  74. Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email (CAUCE), Lobbying organization against "SPAM".
  75. Coalition for Networked Information, promotes creation of and access to info. resources, Washington, DC, US.
  76. CommerceNet, Non-profit Internet market/business development organization, Palo Alto, CA, US.
  77. Commercial Internet eXchange (CIX), Internet service provider member organization, Falls Church, VA, US.
  78. Communications Research Laboratory, of the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, JP.
  79. Computer Access Center, Computer solutions to overcome disabilities, Los Angeles, CA, US.
  80. Computer Game Developers' Association (CGDA), Professional organization.
  81. Computer Incident Advisory Capability (CIAC), US/DOE computer security support, advisories, information.
  82. Computer Problems.com, Computer help information from technology students/proffessionals, Tempe, AZ, US.
  83. Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, Computer ethics organization, Palo Alto, CA, US.
  84. Computer Security Institute (CSI), Membership organization focused on computer/network security, San Francisco, CA, US.
  85. Computing Research Association, for academic and industrial research organizations in North America.
  86. Concurrent Supercomputing Consortium
  87. Congressional Internet Caucus Advisory Committee, House/Senate members from US Congress promoting the Internet.
  88. Connect, An Internet centre for business, Merseyside, UK.
  89. Consortium for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN)
  90. Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), Consumer electronics industry association, Washington, DC, US.
  91. Consumer Information Organization, The, Communications marketing watchdog organization (SPAM).
  92. Continuum Systems, Software development/programming, Web site design, etc. offshore, Gurgaon, IN.
  93. Copyright Clearance Center, not-for-profit organization providing collective copyright licensing services, Danvers, MA, US.
  94. CORDIS, the Community Research and Development Information Service, Europe.
  95. Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC), Oakland, CA, US.
  96. Corporation for National Research Initiatives, non-profit national research initiative organization, Reston, VA, US.
  97. Cross-Industry Working Team (XIWT), multi-industry coalition defining architecture features requirements for the NII.
  98. Cyber Tech Help, Free computer help/technical support, downloads, on-line forums, Auckland, NZ.
  99. Dante, EuropaNET and other European networking activities.
  100. DARPA ETO, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Electronics Technology Office.
  101. DARPA ITO, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Information Technology Office.
  102. David Sarnoff Research Center, imaging technology, Princeton, NJ, US.
  103. Dayton EC Forum, EC/EDI user's group/membership organization for Southwestern Ohio.
  104. Dayton Microcomputer Association (DMA®), Professional/promotional organization, information, Dayton, OH, US.
  105. DDA, Dealers, resellers, distributors, manufacturers, etc. related to DEC, Chelsea, MI, US.
  106. DDN NIC, ftp server for the Network Information Center/Defense Data Network.
  107. Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), US Department of Defense information technology agency.
  108. democracy.net, Advocacy group for Internet political participation.
  109. Desktop ATM25 Alliance, Promote interoperability of 25 Mbit/sec ATM technology, San Francisco, CA, US.
  110. DFN, - Deutsches Forschungsnetz - the German science network.
  111. Digital Audio Visual Interoperability Council (DAVIC), International audio/video organization.
  112. Distributed Systems Technology Centre (DSTC), government/industry consortium in Australia.
  113. Domain Name Rights Coalition, Represents the interests of small business domain name owners.
  114. DSDM Consortium, Promoting the Dynamic Systems Development Method, Ashford, UK.
  115. ECMA, European association for standardizing computer/communication systems, Geneva, CH.
  116. EDI World Institute, International Electronic Data Interchange, electronic commerce and CALS.
  117. Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Minimal communication related material.
  118. Electronic Commerce Association, seminars on Internet commerce, EDI, etc., Ottawa, ON, CA.
  119. Electronic Design Automation Companies (EDAC), industry association, San Jose, CA, US.
  120. Electronic Freedom Foundation, The, civil liberties org for freedom, privacy, and online info. access.
  121. Electronic Frontiers New Hampshire, civil liberties for the online world.
  122. Electronic Industries Association (EIA), trade association representing the U.S. high technology community.
  123. Electronic Messaging Association (EMA), Inter-industry forum to promote electronic commerce.
  124. Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC), public interest research center, Washington, DC, US.
  125. Energy Science and Technology Software Center, Distribution center for DOE/NRC, energy related software.
  126. Eurographics (EG), European Association for Computer Graphics, professional organization.
  127. European Academic Research Network (EARN)
  128. European Commission Host Organisation (ECHO), online databases in all European Community languages.
  129. European Committee for Interoperable Systems (ECIS), voluntary industrial organization.
  130. European Computer-Industry Research Centre, European Info. Tech. Industry, Munich, DE.
  131. European Cooperative of Graphic Artists (ECOGA), Resources for graphics professionals, Essen, DE.
  132. European Electronic Messaging Association (EEMA), and related organizations.
  133. European Multimedia Forum (EMF), Professional organization.
  134. European Radiocommunications Office (ERO), CEPT radio regulatory administrations for Europe.
  135. European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM), Europe.
  136. European Telecommunications Office (ETO), Telecommunication policy office.
  137. European Teleconferencing Federation (ETF), Teleconferencing promotion organization, Brighton, UK.
  138. European Workshop for Open Systems (EWOS), forum for openness in information and communication technologies.
  139. EurOpen, the European forum for open systems (mostly Unix).
  140. Fast Ethernet Consortium, from the University of New Hampshire, NH, US.
  141. FCC, U.S. Federal Communication Commission, Washington, DC, US.
  142. Fibre Channel Association, The, Industry association promoting Fibre Channel, Austin, TX, US.
  143. Financial Services Technology Consortium (FSTC), electronic financial services.
  144. Florida Internet Service Providers Association, Industry organization.
  145. Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST), Computer security consortium.
  146. Foundation for Strategic Enterprise Knowledge, Information technology testing and informations sharing, Salt Lake City, UT, US.
  147. Frame Relay Forum, promotes Frame Relay technology.
  148. Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics (IGD), Darmstadt, DE.
  149. Free Software Foundation (FSF), Promotes unfettered software distribution (e.g. via modifiable source).
  150. Front Range Consortium (FRC), high performance scalable computing, Boulder, CO, US.
  151. Fundesco, Foundation for the Development of the Social Function of Comm., ES.
  152. GAMming Manufacturers Association (GAMMA), Define/promote communication standards for gaming equipment, Mountain View, CA, US.
  153. Georgia Center for Advanced Telecommunications Technology, from Georgia Tech, GA, US.
  154. Gigabit Ethernet Alliance, Industry forum to promote the development of Gigabit Ethernet, Cupertino, CA, US.
  155. Global Grid Forum (GGF), GRID technologies promotion organization.
  156. Global Inventory Project, Multimedia inventory of national and international projects , Cagliari, IT.
  157. GMD, German National Research Center for Computer Science.
  158. GR Hostmaster, Domain registrations, whois for .gr, ICS-FORTH, Heraclion, GR.
  159. Gruppe für Angewandte Informatik (GfAI), Info. and comm. planning, Herrenschwanden, CH.
  160. Halt, Canadian group lobbying against local measured rate telephone charging.
  161. Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, CN.
  162. Hardware Group, The, Computer and communication hardware/software discussion group.
  163. Help Desk 2000, Membership organization for training/certification of support professionals, Atlanta, GA, US.
  164. HIPPI Networking forum
  165. Home API Working Group, Industry consortium to promote the Home API standard.
  166. HomePlug Powerline Alliance, Industry alliance for powerline networking, San Ramon, CA, US.
  167. HPCC, High Performance Comp. and Comm. National Coordination Office (NCO).
  168. HTML Writers Guild, professional organization for HTML designers.
  169. IANA, Internet Assigned Numbers Authority.
  170. IATH, Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, U. of VA, VA, US.
  171. IDOM, Info. on Open MEdia for NEtworks of USers IDOMENEUS, ESPRIT, Europe.
  172. IEEE, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
  173. IEEE Computer Society, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Society.
  174. IEPG, Internet Engineering and Planning Group, assists Internet operations.
  175. IETF, Internet Engineering Task Force.
  176. IITF - Information Infrastructure Task Force, U.S. Government task force.
  177. Independent Computer Consultants Association (ICCA), US non-profit professional organization for computer consultants.
  178. Indianapolis OS/2 User's Group
  179. Industrial Computing Society (ICS), society of computer professionals working in industry.
  180. Industrial Technology Center of Wakayama Prefecture, JP.
  181. Industrial Technology Research Institute, Computer, communication, and other R&D activities, Hsinchu, TW.
  182. InfiniBand Trade Association, Promotes the Infiniband standard for HPC interconnects, Portland, OR, US.
  183. Information and Telecommunication Technology Center (ITTC), from University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS, US.
  184. Information Appliance Association, Promotes the development of specialized computing devices, San Jose, CA, US.
  185. Information Infrastructure Standards Panel (IISP), ANSI sponsored NII standards facilitator.
  186. Information Infrastructure Task Force, gopher server.
  187. Information Market (I'M) Europe, from the European Commission.
  188. Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), IS audit, control, security prof. org., Rolling Meadows, IL, US.
  189. Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), IT security professional organization, Oak Creek, WI, US.
  190. Information Technology Association of America (ITAA), Arlington, VA, US.
  191. Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC), IT industry professional organization, Mississauga, ON, CA.
  192. Information Technology Industry Council (ITI), ANSI X3 sponsor and information technology policy organization.
  193. Information Technology Services Marketing Association (ITSMA), Professional and corporate development organization, Lexington, MA, US.
  194. Information, Computer and Communications Policy, branch of the European Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
  195. Informatique Pour Les Sociétés, (French) Professional organization for IBM AS400 development , Chatou, FR.
  196. Infrared Data Association (IrDA), Promotes infrared data connect standards, Walnut Creek, CA, US.
  197. INRIA - The French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control
  198. Institute for Community and Regional Development (ICARD), Computer information systems training center, Archview learning center, Ypsilanti, MI, US.
  199. Institute for New Generation Computer Technology (ICOT), Fifth Generation Computer Systems, JP.
  200. Institute for Open Communikation Systems (FOKUS), co-operative multimedia applications, DE.
  201. Institute for Telecommunication Sciences, Research and engineering branch of the US NTIA, Washington, DC, US.
  202. Institute for Wireless Education, Non-profit orginization providing training on wireless communication, Mankato, MN, US.
  203. Institute for Women and Technology, Professional organization supporting women in technology, Palo Alto, CA, US.
  204. Institute of Advanced Manufacturing Sciences (IAMS), including the Software Division.
  205. Institution of Electrical Engineers, The (IEE), European professional society.
  206. Intec, Institut für Technologietransfer der Ingenieurschule, Bern, CH.
  207. INTERACTA, (Italian) Associazione Italiana della Comunicazione Interattiva.
  208. Interactive Digital Software Association (IDSA), Industry association for entertainment software professionals.
  209. Interactive Multimedia Arts and Technologies Association (IMAT), Professional association, CA.
  210. Interactive Multimedia Association, Multimedia trade association.
  211. Interactive Services Association (ISA), Industry association.
  212. International Association of Cybercafes (IAC), Business association, Denver, CO, US.
  213. International Association of Science and Technology for Development (IASTED), Conferences/journals.
  214. International Communications Association, Communications professional organization, conferences, Dallas, TX, US.
  215. International Communications Industries Association (ICIA), Communications technology organization.
  216. International Computer Music Association (ICMA), Professional organization and information resources.
  217. International Computer Science Institute (ICSI), CS research affiliated with University of California, Berkeley, CA, US.
  218. International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), Electrical interoperability standards organization.
  219. International Engineering Consortium (IEC), Academia/industry collaboration, training/education, Chicago, IL, US.
  220. International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions, Promotional and information exchange organization, The Hague, NL.
  221. International Institute of Computer Professionals, Information technology professional organization, Crewe, UK.
  222. International Interactive Communications Society (IICS), international forum for media professionals.
  223. International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA), Professional organization to promote informatics in health care.
  224. International Multimedia Teleconferencing Consortium, promotes standards for multimedia teleconferencing.
  225. International Organization for Standardization (ISO), Developing/promoting international standards, Geneva, CH.
  226. International Research & Exchanges Board (IREX), between the former Soviet Union nations and the US.
  227. International Telecommunications Society (ITS), Telecommunications professional organization.
  228. International Telecommunications Union (ITU), Organization for coordinating global telecom networks and services, Geneva, CH.
  229. International Visual Communication Association, professional organization, London, UK.
  230. Internautas por la Paz y la Libertad, (Spanish) Association of Internet service providers, Cádiz, ES.
  231. Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB), Membership organization for fostering Internet advertising, New York, NY, US.
  232. Internet Content Coalition, Association of Internet/Web content providers, New York, NY, US.
  233. Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), Marina del Rey, CA, US.
  234. Internet EMail Marketing Council (IEMMC), Council to promote ethical use of e-mail marketing.
  235. Internet International Ad Hoc Committee (IAHC), Internet coalition working to enhance the Internet Domain Name Service (DNS).
  236. Internet Mail Consortium, Manage and promote use of Internet electronic mail (e-mail, SPAM), Santa Cruz, CA, US.
  237. Internet Marketing Association, Membership association, Clayton, CA, US.
  238. Internet Non-Profit Center, The, from the American Institute of Philanthropy.
  239. Internet Public Library, library services for the Internet, University of Michigan.
  240. Internet Research Task Force (IRTF), Research on Internet protocols.
  241. Internet Service Providers' Consortium (ISP/C), and their European site.
  242. Internet Society (ISOC), non-governmental International Organization promotion of Internet.
  243. Internet Software Consortium, software engineering for the Internet, Redwood City, CA, US.
  244. InterNIC, The, Internet information Services, San Diego, CA, US.
  245. IOPS.ORG, Commercial ISP organization to improve Internet operations/performance, Reston, VA, US.
  246. IP Multicast Initiative (IPMI), Industry organization promoting IP multicast.
  247. Ipswich City Web, regional Web page set, Ipswich, QLD, AU.
  248. Irish Computer Society, National body for IT professionals in Ireland, Dublin, IE.
  249. ISDN-Research Commission, of North Rhine-Westphalia.
  250. ISOC-ID, Indonesian Information Society, Jakarta, ID.
  251. Japan Approvals Institute for Telecommunications Equipment (JATE)
  252. Japan Network Information Center (JPNIC), Internet information center, JP.
  253. Japanese Neural Network Society (JNNS), Tokyo, JP.
  254. Java Lobby, The, JAVA developers professional and lobbying organization.
  255. Jini Community, The, Forum for the Jini network appliance technology, Aspen, CO, US.
  256. John and Mary Markle Foundation, not-for-profit foundation, communications focus, New York, NY, US.
  257. JTC 1 TAG, US Technical Advisory Group for ISO/IEC Joint Technical Committee 1, Information Technology, US.
  258. Kansai Institute of Information Systems, public policy think tank for info. tech., JP.
  259. KnoT Foundation, Internet service provider (cooperative), Web presence, etc. , Goirle, NL.
  260. Knowledge Engineering laboratory, at Saitama University (Japanese), JP.
  261. Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyoto, JP.
  262. Kyrgyzstan Freenet, The, Government supported (IREX) Internet service provider (ISP), Bishkek, KG.
  263. Learning in the Real World, Organization questioning computers in k-12 classrooms, Woodland, CA, US.
  264. Linux Users Group, at North Carolina State University.
  265. Linux Users' Group of Davis, A club dedicated to the Linux operating system, Davis, CA, US.
  266. MacSpace, Macintosh User Group in Chungnam Nat'l Univ., Taejon, KR.
  267. Manchester Network Access Point (MaNAP), Internet exchange point, Warrington, UK.
  268. Market.cd, Markets and products data worldwide on CD-ROM, London, UK.
  269. MCNC, electronic and information technologies, Research Triangle Park, NC, US.
  270. MFA Forum, The, Technology association, MPLS, Frame Relay, ATM, Fremont, CA, US.
  271. Microsoft Alumni Network, Professional organization for former Microsoft employees, Bellevue, WA, US.
  272. Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications, Japan (MPT)
  273. Monolith Internet Services, Internet services (e.g. DNS names), Waukesha, WI, US.
  274. Multimedia Communications Forum (MMCF), Development organization.
  275. Multimedia Development Group, Trade association for interactive multimedia companies, San Francisco, CA, US.
  276. MultiMedia Telecommunications Association (MMTA), Cross-industry forum for computers and communications.
  277. MuSIG, special interest group for music and computers, Palo Alto, CA, US.
  278. National Association of Broadcasters (NAB), Professional organization, radio, TV, etc., Washington, DC, US.
  279. National Association of Communication Systems Engineer (NACSE), Certifies IS/IT educational programs, Englewood, CO, US.
  280. National Association of Programmers, Professional organization for programmers, developers, consultants, Prairieville, LA, US.
  281. National Association of State Telecommunications Directors (NASTD), Telecommunications professional organization, Lexington, KY, US.
  282. National Automated Clearing House Association, The, US Electronic funds transfer infrastructure association.
  283. National Computer Security Association (NCSA), Professional association for digital security, reliability, and ethics.
  284. National Computing Centre, Membership/research organization for IT, Manchester, UK.
  285. National Consortium for High Performance Computing, coordinated at MIT.
  286. National Coordination Office for Computing, Information, and Communications, US Government, US.
  287. National Council for Educational Technology (NCET), Coventry, UK.
  288. National Electronics Test Centre (NETC), Irish center for Elec. and Comm. testing and consulting.
  289. National Industrial Information Infrastructure Protocols Consortium (NIIIP), (US) Industry interoperation consortium.
  290. National Information Infrastructure Task Force, from UNC Sunsite.
  291. National Information Infrastructure Testbed, Denver, CO, US.
  292. National Information Standards Organization, for libraries, information services, etc..
  293. National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC), US government focus for IT threats, Washington, DC, US.
  294. National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST), and it's Systems and Net Arch. Div..
  295. National ISDN Council (NIC), ISDN technology support organization, Red Bank, NJ, US.
  296. National Laboratory for Applied Network Research, US NFS funded advanced network research, La Jolla, CA, US.
  297. National Multimedia Association of America (NMAA), non-profit multimedia "proving ground" association, US.
  298. National Small Business Council, On-site technology expositions for businesses at government facilities, Columbia, MD, US.
  299. National Technology Transfer Center ( NTTC ), US.
  300. National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA)
  301. National Transparent Optical Network Consortium (NTONC), Testbed for wave division muxing (WDM).
  302. NBX Group, The, Collects/distributes information about 3Com NBX telephone systems, Monrovia, MD, US.
  303. NetAction, Educational non-profit focused on technology issues, San Francisco, CA, US.
  304. NetDay, Organization to promote connecting schools to the Internet.
  305. Network Technologies and High Performance Protocols (NTHP) Group, at GMD FOKUS, DE.
  306. North American Association of Technology Professionals, Professional organization for IT professionals, Rollinsford, NH, US.
  307. North American Network Operators Group (NANOG), Coordingation among network service providers, Ann Arbor, MI, US.
  308. Northeast Center for Telecommunications Technologies, NSF-funded advanced technology education center, Springfield, MA, US.
  309. Northeast Parallel Architectures Center (NPAC), Computer science for large-scale simulations, Syracuse, NY, US.
  310. NorthWest Center for Emerging Technologies (NWCET), IT promoting NSF center of excellence , Bellevue, WA, US.
  311. Object Management Group, non-profit consortium promoting object technology (OT), e.g. CORBA.
  312. Office of Ratepayer Advocates (ORA), Online information from the Calif. PUC, San Francisco, CA, US.
  313. Office of Telecommunications, U.S. Department of Commerce.
  314. Offshore Outsourcing Best Practices, Professional organization for offshore outsourcing businesses, New York, NY, US.
  315. Okabe & Hirose Laboratories, High-Speed Functional Device research, Tokyo, JP.
  316. Online Computer Library Center (OCLC), Nonprofit library computer service/research, Dublin, OH, US.
  317. Open Group, The, including the Open Software Foundation (OSF) and X/Open.
  318. OpenGL Challenge, Graphics programming competition, Victoria, B.C, CA.
  319. Optical Publishing Association (OPA), CDROM publishing association.
  320. Optoelectronic Technology Consortium (OETC), develop key optoelectronic components.
  321. Oracle User Forum and Fan Club, Oracle database users professional organization.
  322. Ottawa Carleton Research Institute, Regional technology promotion.
  323. Pacific Technology Network, The (PTN), Industry organization for the the Pacific Northwest, incl. computers, Burnaby, BC, CA.
  324. Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC), promoting telecom. in the Pacific region, Honolulu, HI, US.
  325. Parallel Tools Consortium, High performance computing consortium.
  326. PCI Special Interest Group (PCISIG), Industry membership organization promoting PCI, Hillsboro, OR, US.
  327. PDES, Industry/government to accelerate the development of STEP (ISO 10303).
  328. People For Internet Responsibility (PFIR), Internet ethics forum, US.
  329. Pica, Library automation and online information services, 2300 AW Leiden, NL.
  330. Piedmont Supercomputing Center, Turin, IT.
  331. Plugged In, using technology to support low-income education, East Palo Alto, CA, US.
  332. POPAI, Point-Of-Purchase Advertising Institute, IT.
  333. Portable Application Standards Committee (PASC), IEEE group developing the POSIX standards.
  334. Portland Atari Club, Support group for users of Atari computers and game machines, Portland, OR, US.
  335. President's Information Technology Advisory Committee (PITAC), US Gov. IT advisory, US.
  336. Privacy Forum, Internet moderated digest for discussion and analysis of privacy issues.
  337. Privacy International, watchdog on surveillance by governments and corporations.
  338. Project Connect California, Education/lobbying organization from Pacific Bell, CA, US.
  339. Protocol Engineering, Web site design, presence, comuter support, Burnside, SA, AU.
  340. PSGnet/RAINet, Networking in the developing world.
  341. RACE, Research and tech. development in Advanced Communications technologies in Europe.
  342. Radiocommunications Agency, UK radio spectrum administration, UK.
  343. Rand, non-profit public policy research and analysis institution, Santa Monica, CA, US.
  344. RARE, Association of European Research Networks.
  345. Real World Computing Partnership, flexible "intuition-like" information processing, JP.
  346. Recreational Software Advisory Council (RSAC), Content rating organization from the Software Publishers Association.
  347. Red Cientifica Peruana, non-profit Internet service provider (ISP) cooperative, PE.
  348. Research Institute for Science and Technology, at the Science University of Tokyo, JP.
  349. Research Institute for Telecommunications (FTK), FernUniversität, Dortmund, DE.
  350. Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies (RCCS), Collaborative cyberculture research, U. of M., College Park, MD, US.
  351. RIPE, European Internet support organization.
  352. Rocky Mountain Windows NT User Group, Professional organization, also Colorado Springs, Denver, CO, US.
  353. Sakamura Laboratory, Dept. of Information Science, U. of Tokyo, JP.
  354. San Diego Regional Technology Alliance, Nonprofit organization, San Diego, CA, US.
  355. San Diego Telecom Council, Professional organization to promote telecommunications development, San Diego, CA, US.
  356. San Francisco Java User Group, "JavaCity" - about the professional group, San Francisco, CA, US.
  357. Santa Cruz Technology Alliance, Promoting technology based business in Santa Cruz county, Santa Cruz, CA, US.
  358. SCRA, High technology assistance to industry, North Charleston, SC, US.
  359. SHARE, International user group for IBM users, Chicago, IL, US.
  360. Silicon Valley Public Access Link (SV-PAL), non-profit Internet access organization.
  361. Singapore's National Computer Board
  362. SLDRAM Consortium, (formerly "SyncLink") new generation packetized DRAM industry consortium.
  363. SLONET, Community Internet services (e.g. Web presence), San Luis Obispo, CA, US.
  364. Smart Valley, Silicon Valley non-profit for advanced SF Bay info. infrastructure, Palo Alto, CA, US.
  365. SMARTer Kids Foundation, Grants for SMART classroom technology, Calgary, AB, CA.
  366. SMDS Interest Group, Foster City, CA, US.
  367. Society for Computer Simulation International, The, Forum to promote development and applications of simulation, San Diego, CA, US.
  368. Society for Electronic Access (SEA), gopher server.
  369. Society for Technical Communication (STC), Professional organization for the technical communication profession.
  370. Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering (SAMPE), professional membership organization, Covina, CA, US.
  371. Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE), Professional organization for the cable TV industry, Exton, PA, US.
  372. Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers (SMPTE), professional society, White Plains, NY, US.
  373. Software Patent Institute (SPI), Membership association with a database, courses, and other information.
  374. Software Publishers Association (SPA), Industry organization.
  375. Software Technology Parks Of India (STPI), organization to promote software exports from India.
  376. SONET Interoperability Forum, Remote Login Archive Page.
  377. SPIE, international society for optical engineering.
  378. SSA Industry Association, Industry association to promote the Serial Storage Architecture (SSA).
  379. STE, Telecommunications union (e.g. British Telecom, BT), Teddington, UK.
  380. Stentor, The Alliance of Canada's Telephone Companies.
  381. Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA), Storage, networking, & operating system assoc., Santa Barbara, CA, US.
  382. SURFnet, academic network for the Netherlands.
  383. System Administration, Networking, and Security Institute (SANS), Professional organization, Colorado Springs, CO, US.
  384. Systems Research Group, Cambridge University - several comm. related projects.
  385. T1 Telecommunications, ANSI committee to support US network interconnections and interoperability.
  386. Tech Corps, Non-profit helping enhance K-12 education with technology.
  387. Tech Museum of Innovation, The, Silicon Valley and SF Bay Area technology museum, San Jose, CA, US.
  388. Technology Network, Information technology political coalition, Palo Alto, CA, US.
  389. Telecommunication and Telematics, Dept., Tech. U. Budapest, HU.
  390. Telecommunications Industry Forum (TCIF), sponsored by ATIS.
  391. Telecommunications Standards Advisory Council, of the Canada Standards Information Service.
  392. Telecomunications Industry Association (TIA)
  393. Telekommunikations-Zentrum, from the Fachhochschule Rheinland-Pfalz, DE.
  394. TeleManagement Forum, Industry organization for telecommunications management, Morristown, NJ, US.
  395. TELETECH NRW, the regional North Rhine-Westphalian telecommunication initiative, DE.
  396. Televerkets, research Institute, NO.
  397. Terena, Trans-European Research and Education Networking Association.
  398. The North American ISDN User's Forum (NIUF), Users organiztions supported by a NIST CRADA, Gaithersburg, MD, US.
  399. TNO, applied research organization and their Physics and Electronics Laboratory, NL.
  400. Top 500 Supercomputer Sites, listed by LINPACK benchmark results, Manheim, DE.
  401. Traffic Routing Administration (TRA), Telecom. exchange for numbering, routing, and rating, Piscataway, NJ, US.
  402. TRUSTe, Nonprofit Internet privacy initiative, Internet trust, Cupertino, CA, US.
  403. Trusted Computing Group, Promotes standards for open hardware-enabled trusted computing, Beaverton, OR, US.
  404. TSANet, Technical Support Alliance for dealing with multivendor problems, Overland Park, KS, US.
  405. Télécom Bretagne, FR.
  406. U.S. Council for International Business, Import/export issues.
  407. U.S. Naval Postgraduate School, Information processing research for the US Navy, Monterey, CA, US.
  408. UNIBEL, Computer Network for Research and Education of Republic Belarus.
  409. Universal Serial Bus Implementers Forum, Industry organization.
  410. University of Library and Information Science (ULIS), JP.
  411. USC Information Sciences Institute (ISI), Information processing research, Marina del Rey, CA, US.
  412. USENIX, UNIX Professional and Technical Association.
  413. V-Commerce, Consortium to promote voice based e-commerce (e.g. VoxML).
  414. Versit, industrial initiative to foster computer/communication interoperability.
  415. VHDL International Users' Forum, Very High Density Logic Forum, Menlo Park, CA, US.
  416. Vintage Computer Festival, Annual event celebrating computer heritage, Pleasanton, CA, US.
  417. Virtual Reality SIG, Nottingham University, UK.
  418. Visualbasic Usergroup, (German)Professional organization, Diessen, DE.
  419. Voters Telecommunications Watch, Freedom of the wires, fighting cryptography export regulations (U.S. political).
  420. VRML Consortium, The, Nonprofit corporation to promote VRML.
  421. Web Assurance Bureau (WAB), Promotes Internet ethics, complaint/compliment DB, Houston, TX, US.
  422. Web Police International, Web ethics monitoring association (fraud, scams, theft, etc.), Fishers, IN, US.
  423. Web Society, Web professional organization.
  424. Web-Sights, Web site design cooperative, Rugby, UK.
  425. West Coast Web Gods, Internet technology professional organization, Coquitlam, BC, CA.
  426. Western Sydney Institute of TAFE, Vocational training, e.g. information technology, engineering, Kingswood, NSW, AU.
  427. Wireless Access Protocol (WAP), Promotional organization, London, UK.
  428. Wireless Opportunities Coalition, support group for advancing use of FCC regulated "Part 15" communication.
  429. Workflow And Reengineering International Association (WARIA), Professional organization, Lighthouse Point, FL, US.
  430. Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC), Develops and promotes workflow standards, Brussels, BE.
  431. World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA), Information technology industry association consortium.
  432. World Internetworking Alliance (WIA), International coalition to promote Internet competition, Versoix, CH.
  433. World Reliability Organization (WRO), Promoting the International Reliability Index (IRI), Silver Spring, MD, US.
  434. World Teleport Association, Trade association of teleports (comm. hub) and their partners, New York, NY, US.
  435. World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), Industry consortium promoting interoperability on the WWW, Cambridge, MA, US.
  436. Wroclaw Technical University Institute of Telecommunication and Acoustics, ITA, PL.
  437. X Consortium, evolve and maintain the X Window System.
  438. X/Open, Industry consortium company for "open system" software, Menlo Park, CA, US.
  439. Yonezawa Lab, programming and other information research, U. of Tokyo, JP.
  440. Youngstown Business Incubator, Equipment and professional services for new businesses, Youngstown, OH, US.
  441. Zagreb University Telecommunications Department, Zagreb, HR.
  442. Zentrum für Graphische Datenverarbeitung e.V., computer graphics, DE.

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