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3G Americas (3GA)
Offices: Bellevue, Washington
Founded in January 2002, 3G Americas unites mobile operators and manufacturers in the Americas to provide a single voice to represent the GSM family of wireless technologies—GSM, GPRS, EDGE, and UMTS (WCDMA). The founding members of 3G Americas wanted a single organization that could globally address the converged operator networks and their seamless evolution to future generations. This marks a significant milestone for the advancement of the GSM family of technologies and ensures a smooth transition to Third Generation (3G) services.
3rd Generation Partnership Project 2 (3GPP2)
Offices: Arlington
3GPP2 is focused on North American and Asian interests, 3GPP2 is a sister project to 3GPP, both of which were born out of the ITU’s "IMT-2000" initiative, covering high speed, broadband, and Internet Protocol (IP)-based mobile systems featuring network-to-network interconnection, feature/service transparency, global roaming and seamless services independent of location. This project aims to develop global specifications for ANSI/TIA/EIA-41 evolution to 3G and global specifications for the radio transmission technologies (RTTs) supported by those standards.
1394 Trade Association
Offices: Southlake, Texas
The 1394 Trade Association was founded in 1994 to support the development of computer and consumer electronics systems that can be easily connected with each other via a single serial multimedia link. The IEEE 1394 multimedia connection enables simple, low cost, high bandwidth isochronous (real time) data interfacing between computers, peripherals, and consumer electronics products such as camcorders, VCRs, printers, PCs, TVs, and digital cameras. With IEEE 1394 compatible products and systems, users can transfer video or still images from a camera or camcorder to a printer, PC, or television, with no image degradation.