Associations & Standards
ARRIS is a member of a large number of global Technology Association and Standards bodies, and has members serving on many of their executive and project committees. This allows ARRIS to stay in the forefront of established and developing technology initiatives and ensures our products and solutions meet the highest standards of excellence and deliver the fullest set of capabilities. Below is a list of the organizations to which we currently belong.
Bluetooth Special Interest Group
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) is a network of member organizations that are the caretakers and innovators of Bluetooth® technology.
The alliance supports the common interests of members, implementers and operators for the development, commercialization, and adoption of LTE solutions for the US 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service.
DASH Industry Forum
The DASH Industry Forum (DASH-IF) creates interoperability guidelines on the usage of the MPEG-DASH streaming standard, promotes and catalyze the adoption of MPEG-DASH.
Dynamic Spectrum Alliance
The Dynamic Spectrum Alliance is a global organization advocating for laws and regulations that will lead to more efficient and effective spectrum utilization.
Electronic Communications Committee
The ECC considers and develops policies on electronic communications activities in European context, taking account of European and international legislations and regulations.
ETSI produces globally-applicable standards for Information and Communications Technologies (ICT), including fixed, mobile, radio, aeronautical, broadcast and internet technologies.
The HDMI Forum was formed to foster broader industry participation in the development of the next generation of the HDMI Specification and to support an ecosystem of interoperable HDMI-enabled products.
The InterNational Committee for Information Technology Standards is the central U.S. forum dedicated to creating technology standards for the next generation of innovation.
LoRa Alliance™ members closely collaborate and share experiences to promote and drive the success of the LoRaWAN protocol as the leading open global standard for secure, carrier-grade IoT LPWAN connectivity.
The Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG), is a working group of ISO/IEC with the mission to develop standards for coded representation of digital audio and video and related data.
Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF)
The OCF is dedicated to ensuring secure interoperability for consumers, businesses and industries by allowing devices to communicate regardless of form factor, operating system, service provider, transport technology or ecosystem.
Red Hat OpenShift is an open source container application platform based on the Kubernetes container orchestrator for enterprise application development and deployment.
prpl Foundation is an open-source, community-driven consortium with a focus on enabling the security and interoperability of embedded devices for the IoT and smart society of the future.
The Society of Cable Telecommunications Engineers (SCTE) drives business results for service providers and vendors through technology innovation, standards development and industry-leading training and certification.
Smart Cell Forum
SCF members are committed to driving network densification worldwide. SCF is accelerating small cell deployments, removing commercial & technical barriers, working with regulators and municipalities, partnering enterprise, forging new business cases.
For more than a century, the people of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) have sorted out the details of many significant advances in media and entertainment technology.
Streaming Video Alliance
The Streaming Video Alliance is a group of companies spanning the streaming video value chain, dedicated to solving the critical challenges facing online video to improve consumer adoption.
With Thread, product and platform vendors deliver the high-quality, interoperable user experiences needed to drive growth, while its IP foundation allows vendors to maintain a direct connection to their device - and their customers.
Wi-Fi Alliance® defines innovative, standards-based Wi-Fi technologies and programs, certifies products that meet quality, performance, security, and capability standards, provides industry thought leadership, and advocates globally for fair spectrum rules.
WifiForward is an ad hoc, broad-based group of companies, organizations and public sector institutions working to alleviate the Wi-Fi spectrum crunch and to support making Wi-Fi even better by finding more unlicensed spectrum.
Wireless Broadband Alliance
The WBA resolves business issues and enables collaborative opportunities for service providers, enterprises and cities, that enable them to enhance the customer experience on Wi-Fi and significant adjacent technologies.
Wireless Innovation Forum
The Wireless Innovation Forum is a non-profit mutual benefit corporation dedicated to advocating for spectrum innovation, and advancing radio technologies that support essential or critical communications worldwide.
The Zigbee Alliance is the standard bearer of the open IoT. Established in 2002, our wide-ranging global membership collaborates to create and evolve universal open standards for the smart networks in our homes, businesses, and neighborhoods.
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