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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.
http://www.1394TA.org/

GCATT
GCATT is a telecommunications technology development partnership of government, universities, and the advanced telecommunications industry.
http://www.gcatt.gatech.edu

IMTC
International Multimedia Teleconferencing Consortium promotes the adoption of industry-wide interoperability standards in teleconferencing products
http://www.imtc.org/

International Powerline Communications Forum
The leading organisation concerned with the development and deployment of Powerline communication products and services, worldwide.
http://www.ipcf.org/

ITU
This site covers the entire range of telecommunication issues from standards-setting, to international regulations governing wireless services and programmes to improve telecommunication in developing nations. International Telecommunication Union.
http://www.itu.int/

MSP Consortium
Main page of the MSP Consortium. Computer telephony focused organization; the site was undergoing a redo during my visit there.
http://www.msp.org/

OSGi: Open Services Gateway Initiative
The OSGi Alliance mission is to specify, create, advance, and promote an open service platform for the delivery and management of multiple applications and services to all types of networked devices in home, vehicle, mobile and other environments. The OSG Initiative (OSGi) is an open industry effort lead by Ericsson, IBM, NCI, Oracle, Nortel Networks, Sun Microsystems, Sybase and Toshiba to specify the Open Service Gateway.
http://www.osgi.org/

The UNH InterOperability Lab
This is the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Lab's web site, currently has consortia in operation to test the following computer communications technologies: 1394, ADSL, ATM, 100Base-T, FDDI, Fibre Channel, Gigabit Ethernet, and Wireless (IEEE 802.11) as of June 1999.
http://www.iol.unh.edu/

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