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ANSI

American National Standards Institute

An independent organization of trade associations, technical societies, professional groups, and consumer organizations; establishes and publishes standards; formerly known as the United States of America Standards Institute (USASI or ASI), and previously as the American Standards Association (ASA).

ANSI

(American National Standards Institute, New York, www.ansi.org) A membership organization founded in 1918 that coordinates the development of U.S. voluntary national standards in both the private and public sectors. It is the U.S. member body to ISO and IEC. Information technology standards pertain to programming languages, EDI, telecommunications and physical properties of diskettes, cartridges and magnetic tapes.
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In addition to the ISO website, several of these documents may be purchased from other sources, including the ANSI and ARMA websites, A database listing of domestic and international standards, including American National Standards, maybe found at www.
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The record is clear that the company has been present in SAN standards development since the company was founded in 1995 and has made numerous technology and research contributions to standards groups such as ANSI and the IETF.
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ANSI standards are voluntarily adhered to, but are thought to affect product marketability, says Lynch.
The maximum emission factor criteria were derived by BIFMA, using the ANSI consensus process, from the concentration criteria established outside of BIFMA and are consistent with Section 11.
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Under the auspices of ANSI, there are working groups assigned to the various technologies.