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W3C Member Testimonials

The following (79) W3C Members have provided testimonials about their work at W3C. These testimonials appear regularly on the W3C Home Page. W3C Members are encouraged to take advantage of this benefit of Membership, and to submit their testimonials according to the testimonial guidelines (Member-only link).


ACCESS Co., Ltd.

ACCESS is a leading global provider of Internet technologies for the beyond-PC consumer electronics market, including mobile devices, automobile telematics, and digital entertainment electronics. ACCESS emphasizes the end-user experience, promotes the ubiquitous Internet, and actively supports W3C activities. Contact ACCESS Co., Ltd.

W3C Member since 19 March 1997.

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Adobe Systems Inc.

Adobe helps people and businesses communicate better. As a leading provider of digital imaging, illustration, web, video and electronic document technologies, Adobe actively participates in W3C working groups and supports W3C specifications in our products. Contact Adobe Systems Inc.

W3C Member since 1 October 1994.

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AgileDelta, Inc.

AgileDelta provides software for building compelling mobile applications for mass market devices that access and interact with Internet and enterprise-based services. AgileDelta supports the W3C's efforts on XML and Web services standards, which are key components in AgileDelta's products. Contact AgileDelta, Inc.

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Altova GmbH

Altova accelerates development and integration projects with software solutions that enhance productivity and maximize results. Altova is an active member of the W3C and is committed to delivering standards-based platform-independent development solutions that are powerful, affordable, and easy to use. Contact Altova GmbH

W3C Member since 26 October 2000.

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AME Info FZ LLC

AME Info was founded in 1996 and is the leading Middle East business resource covering 14 countries. AME Info joined the W3C to show commitment to open standards in a drive to make the Web accessible for all. Contact AME Info FZ LLC

W3C Member since 11 January 2005.

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Antenna House, Inc.

Antenna House aims to supply the best products and service for worldwide customers. Antenna House XSL Formatter conforms to the XSL-FO V1.0 W3C recommendation and is used in hundreds of installations worldwide. Contact Antenna House, Inc.

W3C Member since 1 October 2001.

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Bartimeus - Accessibility

The Accessibility Foundation is an expertise center providing information, research, Web evaluation and training in the field of accessibility of Web sites and Web applications to companies and governments. We are committed to the development of Web accessibility standards at W3C. Contact Bartimeus - Accessibility

W3C Member since 1 July 2001.

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Brand-Zen

Brand-Zen is a global community that integrates information, resources, and communication opportunities on the Internet. Brand-Zen is committed to fully support W3C activities and the expanding Web. Contact Brand-Zen

W3C Member since 6 March 2007.

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BT

As a leading international supplier of communication services and networked ICT solutions, BT encourages the development of standards that make it easier for people and businesses to communicate. Its technical experts have been active in W3C initiatives since its inception. Contact BT

W3C Member since 20 July 1995.

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Cape Clear Software, Inc.

Cape Clear Software supports W3C open standards for Web Services. Cape Clear's business integration suite is a full-featured Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) that integrates diverse applications and data inside an organization, and simplifies integrating those systems with customers and business partners. Contact Cape Clear Software, Inc.

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Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l'Europe

The CVCE is a public undertaking and developer of the European Navigator knowledge base on the history of Europe. The Centre operates in the field of multimedia, multisource and multilingual digital libraries where it supports and implements several W3C standards. Contact Centre Virtuel de la Connaissance sur l'Europe

W3C Member since 21 August 2005.

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Chevron

Chevron Corp. ranks among the world's largest and most competitive global energy companies. To our W3C activities we bring an end-user viewpoint, while being exposed to cutting-edge technology standards. We are implementing many W3C standards. Contact Chevron

W3C Member since 24 October 2000.

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Chirurgie Portal

Moved Permanently GbR runs a leading Web site for information about surgery in Germany. We are committed to supporting W3C activities. Contact Chirurgie Portal

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CWI

The Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica (CWI) is a leading research institute in mathematics and computer science. CWI is active in several W3C Working Groups and hosts the W3C Benelux Office. As the starting point for the European Internet, we are proud to collaborate with W3C. Contact CWI

W3C Member since 15 August 1995.

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DataDirect Technologies

DataDirect Technologies, an active participant in the XQuery Working Group, focuses on standards-based data connectivity across all major databases and platforms. DataDirect XQuery™ is an easily embeddable XQuery implementation that enables XML applications to process both XML and relational sources. Contact DataDirect Technologies

W3C Member since 1 July 2002.

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Design Science, Inc.

Design Science is the worldwide leader in mathematical equation editing software and MathML tools for the publishing, education, science, and engineering markets. DSI is an active participant in the W3C's MathML and related browser standard activities. Contact Design Science, Inc.

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Deutsche Telekom AG, T-Com

With 13+ million registered customers and an extensive product portfolio, Deutsche Telekom is a major player in the European Internet market, and is also an active participant in W3C activities. Deutsche Telekom's Internet Media Technology - using open standards - allows for flexibility and speed in adapting new technologies. Contact Deutsche Telekom AG, T-Com

W3C Member since 26 September 1995.

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DigiCert SSL Certificate Authority

DigiCert® strongly supports W3C and its ongoing efforts to shape and establish standards and technologies that not only improve the usability of the Web but innovate. DigiCert® is a leading Webtrust Certified CA, providing High-Assurance SSL Certificates. Contact DigiCert SSL Certificate Authority

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Digital Media Institute, Tampere University of Technology

Digital Media Institute (DMI) is an independent research unit of Tampere University of Technology, Finland. It organizes and carries out multidisciplinary research in the field of digital media. DMI actively promotes Web standardization by hosting the W3C Finnish Office. Contact Digital Media Institute, Tampere University of Technology

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DOMAIN UNION

Being among the first German domain and web hosting providers to become a W3C member, Domain Union supports the conjoint efforts towards universal Web standards. Contact DOMAIN UNION

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Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI)

Established in 1976, ETRI is a non-profit government-funded research organization in Korea. ETRI has successfully developed information technologies on the Web such as ezOWL(visual Editor of OWL), and ETRI is committed to use W3C Technologies in its developments. ETRI is also the home of the W3C Korean Office. Contact Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI)

W3C Member since 1 July 2001.

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ERICSSON

Founded in 1876, Ericsson is the largest supplier of mobile communications systems in the world. Supporting all major standards for wireless communication, Ericsson is committed to the use and development of W3C Recommendations to continue mobilizing the World Wide Web. Contact ERICSSON

W3C Member since 1 February 1996.

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Expway

Expway is the leading provider of software components for efficient XML solutions, and a world-renowned specialist in XML multimedia. Expway's Binary XML format has been adopted by major international standards, and the broadcast, telecom, and XML applications industries. Contact Expway

W3C Member since 12 April 2002.

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FinanzNachrichten.de

FinanzNachrichten.de is the leading German speaking finance Website for financial news about shares, stock markets and economy. FinanzNachrichten.de as W3C member wants to take an active role in the further development of user friendly platform technologies for online media. Contact FinanzNachrichten.de

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Fotosearch Stock Photography and Footage

Fotosearch Stock Photography and Footage is a leading global provider of visual content for commercial use. We provide photography, footage, illustrations, and clipart, and allow robust search capabilities. We support and are implementing many W3C standards. Contact Fotosearch Stock Photography and Footage

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Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas(FORTH)

ICS-FORTH has an established tradition of internationally acknowledged excellence in conducting basic and applied research in the fields of information and telecommunications technologies. It represents Greece in ERCIM, and also hosts the W3C Office in Greece. Contact Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas(FORTH)

W3C Member since 19 June 1995.

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Fraunhofer Gesellschaft

The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft undertakes applied contract research in all fields of engineering sciences. Fraunhofer works with W3C to contribute to the development of Web technologies which are the base of many of our research activities. Fraunhofer hosts the W3C Office in Germany and Austria. Contact Fraunhofer Gesellschaft

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Fundación CTIC (Centro Tecnológico para el Desarrollo en Asturias de las Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación)

The mission of the Information and Communication Technology Centre is the promotion and development of the Information Society within the social, institutional, and business communities. The Centre is commited to use W3C Technologies in its developments. Contact Fundación CTIC (Centro Tecnológico para el Desarrollo en Asturias de las Tecnologías de la Información y la Comunicación)

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Fundación ONCE

ONCE Foundation, Spain The Spanish ONCE Foundation, and its company Fundosa Teleservicios turn the philosophy of 'design-for-all' into a practical reality: W3C technologies enable our developers to combine creativity and accessibility to build Web sites that are usable by people with and without disabilities. Contact Fundación ONCE

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German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) Gmbh

DFKI is one of the largest nonprofit contract research institutes worldwide in the field of innovative software technology based on Artificial Intelligence methods. DFKI is committed to the use of W3C standards in research and development. Contact German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) Gmbh

W3C Member since 3 April 2001.

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Grupointermark 96, S.L.

Grupo Intermark is a Spanish company that uses Web Standards to support clients by defining, developing, and implementing technological solutions to improve relationship processes and models with their staff, clients, and suppliers. Contact Grupointermark 96, S.L.

W3C Member since 14 October 2003.

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Hitachi, Ltd.

Hitachi will develop and provide technologies, products, services, and solutions, including the needs for ubiquitous computing, secure and safe service platforms, and easy-to-apply service solutions. Hitachi is an active participant in W3C's Web Services and Voice Browser activities. Contact Hitachi, Ltd.

W3C Member since 30 January 1996.

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IKM Internet Kaufmarkt GmbH

IKM is one of the leading provider of business directories in the internet. There are available business directories in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria or Switzerland, e.g. Contact IKM Internet Kaufmarkt GmbH

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ILOG, S.A.

ILOG is pleased to be involved in W3C initiatives aimed at making the Web a more user-centric, secure environment through our activities with the SVG Working Group. Contact ILOG, S.A.

W3C Member since 26 October 1995.

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INNOVIMAX

Innovimax brings innovations to companies. Specialists in XML media, Innovimax helps your company to use most up to date innovation in XML and all Web Standards. Contact INNOVIMAX

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International Webmasters Association / HTML Writers Guild (IWA-HWG)

IWA/HWG is happy to support W3C and promote Web standards. We encourage our members worldwide to develop Web content using W3C's guidelines to create a powerful and accessible Web for all. Contact International Webmasters Association / HTML Writers Guild (IWA-HWG)

W3C Member since 1 January 1998.

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Internet Content Rating Association

ICRA is the web’s leading content labeling organization, working for a safer internet. It joined W3C to help to build child protection and trust into the infrastructure of the web. ICRA contributes to and benefits from Semantic Web activities. Contact Internet Content Rating Association

W3C Member since 19 October 2004.

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Inventive Designers n.v.

Inventive Designers is an active member of the XSL WG. It offers a complete output solution, called Scriptura XBOS, that is platform independent, very user-friendly and based on W3C standards such as XML, XSLT, XSL-FO, SVG, and SOAP 1.2. Contact Inventive Designers n.v.

W3C Member since 14 February 2003.

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IONA Technologies, Inc.

IONA® Technologies delivers high-performance integration solutions for enterprise IT environments and joined the W3C to show its commitment to standards-based technology. Contact IONA Technologies, Inc.

W3C Member since 4 April 2000.

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LayoutBank's Web Templates

LayoutBank, Inc. is a Web design company, specializing in high quality HTML and Web design template creation. LayoutBank, Inc. actively supports open standards, specially contributions that are relevant to the W3C recommendations in its HTML Web Design Templates. Contact LayoutBank's Web Templates

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Marden Edwards Limited

Marden Edwards Ltd provides the manufacture and design of packaging machines and equipment and works toward creating web standards in the industrial sector. Marden Edwards is committed in its support of W3C open standards to bring the web to its full potential. Contact Marden Edwards Limited

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Maryland Information and Network Dynamics Lab at the University of Maryland

The University of Maryland’s MIND Laboratory centers on the rapid transition of Information Technology from university research to industrial practice. The Semantic Web is a main focus, and the RDF and OWL recommendations have been critical to our success. Contact Maryland Information and Network Dynamics Lab at the University of Maryland

W3C Member since 23 October 2001.

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MITRE Corporation

A nonprofit public interest organization, MITRE works with the US government to apply systems engineering and advanced technology to issues of critical national importance. One of the W3C's founding Members, MITRE is strongly committed to open, vendor-neutral Web standards. Contact MITRE Corporation

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Mobileaware, Ltd.

MobileAware is a leading provider of content creation, re-purposing, delivery and management solutions helping Web technology reach the widest possible audience. MobileAware is a strong supporter of the W3C and an active participant in W3C's Device Independence activity. Contact Mobileaware, Ltd.

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Motorola, Inc.

Motorola is known around the world for innovation and leadership in wireless and broadband communications. Motorola contributes to the development of Web standards at the W3C and we support W3C specifications in our products. Contact Motorola, Inc.

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National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

NIST, a world-class research and technology laboratory within the U.S Department of Commerce, supports industry by developing measurements and standards. NIST is working with the W3C to develop conformance tests to ensure the quality of software and conformance to standards. Contact National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

W3C Member since 4 April 2001.

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Netzwelt.de

Netzwelt is one of the largest technology-related online magazines in Germany. It employs and thereby promotes technologies like XML and AJAX and it codes W3C compliant.

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Nexaweb Technologies, Inc.

Nexaweb provides the leading software platform for building and deploying enterprise Rich Internet Applications that help businesses realize the full potential of Web 2.0. Nexaweb is an active participant in W3C's XML Rich Client Activity defining the next generation Web. Contact Nexaweb Technologies, Inc.

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NexTag, Inc.

NexTag.com is the leading comparison shopping site for products, financial services, travel, automobiles, real estate, education and more. NexTag supports W3C efforts to enhance the user experience and is committed to the organization’s development of open standards. Contact NexTag, Inc.

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Nokia

Nokia is the world leader in mobile communications, driving the growth and sustainability of the broader mobility industry. Nokia sees that contribution to, and adoption of, W3C specifications are essential for widespread use of the Web, with any user device. Contact Nokia

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Objective Systems, Inc.

Objective Systems develops and licenses software supporting international open system interconnection standards. Developers worldwide use OSys’ software to produce API's necessary to achieve interoperability between systems and components. As a W3C Member, OSys is committed to fully support W3C activities. Contact Objective Systems, Inc.

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Opera Software

Opera makes real cross-platform standards support a reality on mobile, desktop, and home media devices. Opera is proud to contribute its experience developing smaller, faster, more functional, friendly, secure browsers to W3C's open standards process, through significant participation. Contact Opera Software

W3C Member since 21 April 1999.

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Oracle Corporation

Oracle is committed to preserving the open standards-based philosophy that has made the World Wide Web so successful. We believe the W3C's open, consensus-driven process and associated rigorous public reviews make it uniquely positioned to guide the Web's technical evolution. Contact Oracle Corporation

W3C Member since 29 August 1995.

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OSS Nokalva, Inc.

OSS Nokalva, is a worldwide provider of ASN.1, biometrics, and XML standards based development tools and services. A member of several standards organizations, including W3C, OSS is committed to the development and promotion of standards, and the synergies among them. Contact OSS Nokalva, Inc.

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Oxford Brookes University

The Department of Computing undertakes research in web-based systems and teaches a specialist MSc in Web Technologies based on W3C technologies. The Department's work is most closely related to the W3C graphics and accessibility activities. Contact Oxford Brookes University

W3C Member since 10 February 2000.

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Profium Ltd.

Profium develops and markets content management systems based on Semantic Web technologies. Profium’s software solutions provide for multimedia archiving, centralized metadata management and real-time routing of content for cross-media publishing. Our customers benefit from using W3C standards for content management. Contact Profium Ltd.

W3C Member since 29 August 2000.

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Queensland University of Technology

QUT is a leading Australian university of technology. Our degree courses prepare graduates for success through real-world experience and outstanding facilities. QUT's W3C membership is an example of our strong linkages into some of the world's most influential organisations. Contact Queensland University of Technology

W3C Member since 19 May 2005.

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Raining Data Corporation

Raining Data, W3C Member and active participant in XQuery WG, has been providing high-performance data management products for three decades. The company's TigerLogic XML-DBMS product enables enterprises to efficiently store, manage, aggregate and query large volumes of XML-enabled information. Contact Raining Data Corporation

W3C Member since 11 January 2000.

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Research Academic Computer Technology Institute (CTI)

The Research Academic Computer Technology Institute (CTI) was founded in 1985 and conducts basic and applied research in software and hardware technology. As a W3C member, CTI is committed to the development of know-how and technology transfer through open standards. Contact Research Academic Computer Technology Institute (CTI)

W3C Member since 15 April 2003.

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Royal Website Design

Royal Website Design provides IT solutions globally. We provide services for web development and customized e-commerce solutions to corporate identity development. We joined the W3C to show our commitment to state-of-the-art technologies. Contact Royal Website Design

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SICS

SICS (Swedish Institute of Computer Science) promotes the uptake of Web standards through advanced IT research and development in collaboration with national and international industry, as well as with public sector organizations. SICS is also hosting the Swedish W3C Office. Contact SICS

W3C Member since 5 December 1995.

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SinnerSchrader Deutschland GmbH

SinnerSchrader Neue Informatik provides highly usable Web applications which reach more than 10 million customers every day. The success of S2 Neue Informatik since 1996 is strongly linked to the work of the W3C. We encourage the development of open standards and are looking forward to the future evolution of the Web driven by W3C. Contact SinnerSchrader Deutschland GmbH

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Society for Technical Communication (STC)

STC embraces W3C activities for playing an important role in the professional work of our members. Technical communicators gather information of a technical nature and deliver it in the form of written words, multimedia, help systems, web sites, and more. Contact Society for Technical Communication (STC)

W3C Member since 24 April 2001.

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Stadt Branchenbuch GmbH

Stadtbranchenbuch makes white and yellow pages based on and supporting technologies like XML and AJAX. We are supporters and implementers of many W3C standards. Contact Stadt Branchenbuch GmbH

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STFC (Science & Technology Facilities Council)

The IT systems of scientists throughout the world must interoperate with those supporting the large experimental facilities we provide in order to enable them to run experiments and analyse their data. W3C recommendations are essential to ensure this interoperability. Contact STFC (Science & Technology Facilities Council)

W3C Member since 23 February 1995.

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Streamezzo

Streamezzo provides a complete Rich Media browsing solution revolutionizing the mobile phone experience. Built on open standards, including the relevant W3C Recommendations, Streamezzo’s technology enables mobile users to stream and browse audio, video and graphical animations simultaneously on a mobile handset starting from 10 kbits/s. Contact Streamezzo

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Syncro Soft

Syncro Soft encourages the adoption of the W3C standards. It's main product, oXygen XML Editor, is an integrated development environment supporting a large number of W3C standards including XML, XSLT, XML Schema and XQuery. Contact Syncro Soft

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Talis Information Limited

Talis is a leading supplier of library management solutions to both academic and public libraries. Talis actively supports and participates in W3C standards and activities. Our growing suite of products are based on leading, open technology standards. Contact Talis Information Limited

W3C Member since 4 March 2004.

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Teleca Sweden AB

Obigo®, owned by Obigo AB, is a World-leading application system consisting of software products for mobile devices. The products are fully adaptable to manufacturer requirements on functionality, security and interface design. Obigo actively supports open standards, including contributions to relevant W3C Recommendations. Contact Teleca Sweden AB

W3C Member since 14 May 2004.

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The Boeing Company

Boeing is the world's leading aerospace company and the largest manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft. We depend on the open, interoperable Web standards delivered by the W3C as we transform our information delivery and business processes. Contact The Boeing Company

W3C Member since 1 October 1997.

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The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Hebrew University of Jerusalem was established in 1925, and is Israel's leading research institute. It is also the home of the W3C Israel Office, which promotes the adoption of Web standards throughout the country. Contact The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

W3C Member since 22 September 1998.

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Top4Office

At Top4Office we supply office equipment throughout the World making an extensive use of W3C technologies in our activities. We are pleased to assist in the development of those technologies through our membership at the W3C. Contact Top4Office

W3C Member since 22 September 2004.

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TopQuadrant

TopQuadrant is a leading semantic web solutions company providing services, trainings, resources, and tools including TopBraid Composer™ an Eclipse-based environment for OWL ontology development. TopQuadrant is an active participant in W3C activities bringing W3C standards into real world practice in enterprise applications. Contact TopQuadrant

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Uncover the Net Web Directory

Uncover the Net strives to be the next generation of web directories, and it joined the W3C to show its commitment to open standards and help lead the Web to its full potential. Contact Uncover the Net Web Directory

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University of Edinburgh

The School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh is a world leader in research and teaching in Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science. W3C technologies are both used and studied here, and we are proud to contribute to their development. Contact University of Edinburgh

W3C Member since 10 August 1998.

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University of Southampton

The School of Electronics and Computer Science at Southampton is a world-leading centre of excellence for research, teaching, enterprise and innovation in Computer Science, Electronics and Electrical Engineering. We host major national research initiatives applying and developing W3C technologies. Contact University of Southampton

W3C Member since 12 March 1998.

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Viaden

Viaden is a software development company whose mission is to advance the state of the practice of software engineering. As a W3C member, Viaden is proud to contribute to the World community by developing specifications based on W3C recommendations. Contact Viaden

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Volantis Systems Ltd

Volantis is a leader in providing comprehensive Intelligent Content Adaptation solutions which solve the complexity of delivering Web content to mobile devices and digital channels, regardless of source, device or infrastructure. Volantis strongly supports the W3C, and provides the chair for the Device Independence Working Group. Contact Volantis Systems Ltd

W3C Member since 6 December 2000.

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WSO2

WSO2 produces fully open source middleware stacks for Web services, integrating many of the fundamental XML and Web services Recommendations of the W3C to deliver industry leading performance and convenience for enterprise customers. Contact WSO2

W3C Member since 30 September 2005.

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