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Form: Intel's Non-Confidential Disclosure Agreement (NCDA) Form.
User Agreement: legal terms that govern participant comments, suggestions and input during the high definition audio specification development.
Intel defines high definition audio specifications for PCs and continues to refine and update specifications based on input from contributors.
Intel standards include collaborating with global industry leaders to pioneer technological advances that establish a high level of initiatives.
Intel helps accelerate networking standards with the convergence of communications and networking devices by driving development.
Intel develops technology standards in key industry organizations and formal committees worldwide, expanding the value of technological advances.
Case study presents how Intel is working with standards leaders on ratifying 802.11n, a new faster version of the 802.11 standard.
The Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI) is an industry-standard interface for OS-directed configuration and power management.
Case study explains industry-standard Ethernet for a packet-based computer networking technology for local area networks (LANs).
Executive Insights: Craig Barrett talks about how the world is getting smaller though technology.
Overview of Intel patent licensing practices for computing industry specifications and standards.
Case Study: Discusses the importance, development, and implementation of standards in cloud computing adoption, with key areas for standardizing.
Executive Interviews: Justin Rattner talks link between standards and innovation.
NSAI Certificate of Registration of Quality Management System states that Intel Arizona complies with the rules for distributing semiconductors.
NSAI certificate declares that Intel International BV complies with the EMEA region requirements for the distribution and storage of finished goods.
Intel develops software and web standards that help to secure Internet operations and the adoption of open standards.
Intel helps develop consumer electronic standards for implementation that are positively impacting computing and consumer electronics platforms.
Justin Rattner discusses the role of global standards in innovation.
Case Study: Overview and history of the Universal Serial Bus (USB).
Solution brief discusses Intel® Wireless products compliance with the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS).