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Device WebAPI ConsortiumDevices exploiting communication functions and those collaborating with smartphones; IoT (Internet of Things) and wearables, have started to be deployed and a wide variety of devices are expected to emerge in the future. In order for those devices to be an indispensable part of life for the users, expansion of convenience and connectivity both for services and devices is necessary. Through concrete and practical approaches including provisioning and operation of actual services, the consortium will discuss and examine how the new architecture should look like, taking into account expandability and general versatility needed for creating devices and device-collaborated services with global competitiveness.
For more information, please visit: http://en.device-webapi.org/
EEMBCEEMBC, the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium, was formed in 1997 to develop meaningful performance benchmarks for the hardware and software used in embedded systems. Through the combined efforts of its members, EEMBC® benchmarks have become an industry standard for evaluating the capabilities of embedded processors and systems, compilers, and Java implementations according to objective, clearly defined, application-based criteria.
・Real world benchmark software helps designers select the right embedded processors for their systems
・Standard benchmarks and methodology ensure fair and reasonable comparisons
・Non-profit consortium supported by member dues and license fees
・EEMBC Technology Center manages development of new benchmark software and certifies benchmark test results
For more information about EEMBC, please visit http://www.eembc.org/
Open Connectivity FoundationBillions of connected devices (devices, phones, computers and sensors) should be able to communicate with one another regardless of manufacturer, operating system, chipset or physical transport. The Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF) is creating a specification and sponsoring an open source project to make this possible. OCF will unlock the massive opportunity in the IoT market, accelerate industry innovation and help developers and companies create solutions that map to a single open specification. OCF will help ensure secure interoperability for consumers, business, and industry.
For more information about Open Connectivity Foundation, please visit https://openconnectivity.org
Tze Chiang Foundation of Science and TechnologyOriginally established in 1973 through donations from National Tsing Hua University alumni, the organization was renamed the Tze Chiang Foundation of Science and Technology in January 1997, marking the opening of a new page in the nation's technological research and development.
Keeping abreast of fast-paced trends, the TCFST has since driven constant change and innovation, as it specializes in high-tech personnel training and cooperative endeavors in industrial R&D, distinguishing it as an important integrating platform for the industrial, government, academic and research sectors. Responding to industrial development and globalization trends of recent years, TCFST actively promotes training in such forward-looking industries as biotechnology, making it a player on the world stage in expanded foundry, testing, certification and other professional fields, while moving forward with international exchange in all realms of technological endeavor.
For more information about Tze Chiang Foundation of Science and Technology, please visit http://www.tcfst.org.tw/www/eng_1.htm.