W3C is a worldwide international consortium where members work toward establishing web standards. Since 1994 the Consortium has published more than 90 standards called W3C Recommendations. The website describes the consortium, has links to the Recommendations and information about becoming a member.
ISC is a nonprofit, public benefit corporation dedicated to supporting the infrastructure of the universal, connected, self-organizing Internet by developing and maintaining core production quality software, protocols, and operations. On the website, users can find out information about software, publications, training, and much more.
OASIS, Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards, is a not-for-profit consortium that drives the development, convergence, and adoption of e-business standards for the global information society. The Consortium, founded in 1993, has more than 4000 participants from 600 organizations globally. On the website, users can find out how to participate and more about OASIS.
The members of The European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics are leading research organizations from 18 countries in Europe. Their aim is to foster collaborative work between people in the fields of applied mathematics and computer science. The website is a guide to the various projects and events of the organization.
IPL was founded in 1995 at the University of Michigan School of Information and Library Studies. It is now run by a consortium managed by Drexel University. Users can actually ask a question on the site, and it will be answered by email complete with sources consulted. Users can also search by subject for reference guides, sources, and information. Numerous other features located on this site.
OCLC, located Dublin, Ohio, was founded as a cooperative library consortium. It is a non-profit, membership, computer library service and research organization. There are more than 57,000 member libraries in 112 countries. Their services include locating, acquiring, cataloging, lending and preserving library materials. Users can access WorldCat to locate items from anywhere in the world.
The OMG, started in 1989, is an international, open-membership, not-for-profit computer industry consortium. OMG Task Forces develop standards for a wide range of technologies, including Real-time, Embedded and Specialized systems, analysis & design, architecture-driven modernization and Middleware. On the website is complete information about all the OMG projects and task forces and how to join.
The following articles provide recent consortium-related news.
A consortium of Fluor (FLR), JGC Corporation of Japan and TechnipFMC of France wins a contract for Mozambique Rovuma Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Phase 1 project.
Zacks Equity Research. Zacks. Thursday, 10 Oct 2019 15:21:00 GMT.
The Department of Education is threatening to pull federal funding from Duke and UNC's Consortium of Middle East Studies. ...
By Evan Gerstmann, Contributor. Forbes. Friday, 20 Sep 2019 19:08:00 +0000.
An international research consortium was able to identify what is likely an optimal combination of chest compression frequency and depth when performing CPR.
Science Daily. Wednesday, 18 Sep 2019 12:12:04 EDT.
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) - Cyprus' energy minister says a consortium composed of energy companies Total of France and Eni of Italy has been licensed to explore for natural gas deposits in another area off Cyprus' southern coast. ...
Washington Times. Wednesday, 18 Sep 2019 06:02:45 -0400.
An international consortium of scientists and conservationists says they have succeeded in creating two embryos of the near-extinct northern white rhino.
Irish Independent. Wednesday, 11 Sep 2019 15:40:32 +0100.