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Synonyms for consortium

an association of companies for some definite purpose

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The group is also targeting wire-level interoperability between two similar versions of the iWARP standard, that of the RDMA Consortium and that of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).
The UNH-IOL iWARP Consortium is intended to smooth the adoption curve associated with emerging technologies.
This initiative positions the Electra Consortium to lead Europe in development and deployment of Internet/intranet and multimedia training products and services for multinational corporations.
The Consortium is represented by the Spanish Company FYCSA (Formacion y Consultoria S.
RND) -- formed the Israeli Network Management Systems (NMS) R&D Consortium with the support of the Israel Ministry of Industry and Commerce.
The R&D consortium, which receives support and assistance through the Israel Ministry of Industry and Commerce's "MAGNET" program (the acronym stands for "Generic Research and Development" in Hebrew), promotes innovative R&D in advanced network management systems.
Members of the Nanotechnology Consortium include industrial researchers, academic experts, and Accelrys scientists, who are focused on developing, validating, and applying simulation to a particular research area.
The consortium kicks off with a who's who list of members, partners and advisors.
The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) has launched a new industry consortium that will test industry implementations of Serial Attached SCSI (SAS), the newest serial data storage technology on the market.
What we have is a growing population that sees mobile as a way of life," said Robert Pascoe, president of the Consortium.
Under the leadership of the University of New Hampshire's InterOperability Lab (UNH-IOL), the ADSL Consortium has been established to accelerate the industry's efforts to bring multi-vendor interoperable solutions to the marketplace.
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