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Communication between devices connected to computer networks is controlled by transmission and protocol standards and recommendations. These standards are necessary so that equipment and services from different vendors can interoperate with one another. While standards can be defined and implemented in the private sector by computer and network component vendors (such as Cisco Systems, Hewett-Packard, and IBM), most standards and recommendations are created by organizations including (but not limited to) ANSI, CCITT, ETSI, IEEE, ISO, and the ITU. The ATM Forum and the IETF are technical working bodies that develop standards for networking products. ANSI. The American National Standards Institute (ANSI), located in New York, develops and publishes voluntary standards for use in the United States. ANSI is the U.S. representative to the ISO. ANSI publishes the specification for FDDI and Fiber Channel. ANSI works with the IEEE on ISO approval for IEEE LAN specifications. ATM Forum. The ATM Forum is a technical working body located in Foster City, CA. It is an industry group working on ATM specifications. CCITT. The Consultative Committee on International Telegraphy and Telephony (CCITT) is part of the ITU located in Geneva, and now is also known as the ITU-T. The CCITT makes recommendations about telephone and data communication interfaces. Members of the CCITT include private companies, international organizations, and the national telecommunication authorities. In many countries these authorities are the Post, Telegraph, and Telephone (PTT) administration. The CCITT is responsible for X.25, X.75, X.21, and ISDN. ETSI. The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) is located in Sophia Antipolis, France. It is the European equivalent of ANSI, defining telecommunications specifications for the common European community. IEEE. The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE, pronounced I-triple-E ) is located in New York. It publishes telecommunication and computing standards. The IEEE is responsible for the LAN Physical and Data Link layer specifications such as IEEE 802.3 CSMA/CD and the IEEE 802.5 Token-Ring. The IEEE is a member of ANSI. IETF. The Internet Engineering Task Force is a technical working body made up of industry representatives. They publish the standards for the TCP/IP suite of protocols. The standards are available on the Internet. ISO. The International Standards Organization (ISO), located in Paris, publishes international data communication standards such as the OSI (Open Systems Interconnection). It is the prevailing international standards body. ITU. The International Telecommunications Union (ITU) was established by the United Nations and publishes telecommunications standards. The ITU has replaced the CCITT as the world s leading telecommunications standards organization. The ITU specifies many of the ATM standards.
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