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IEC

IEC

(International Electrotechnical Commission, Geneva, Switzerland, www.iec.ch) An organization that sets international electrical and electronics standards founded in 1906. It is made up of national committees from over 60 countries. See ISO/IEC.
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It has been more than nine years since the publication of IEC 62321 in 2008.
The standard on surface resistance of superconductors at microwave frequencies is the first IEC standard for electronic applications of superconductivity.
Most WTO (World Trade Organization) member states rely on IEC International Standards as the technical basis for their laws and regulations for electronic and electrical devices and systems.
IEC 61788-6 Superconductivity--Part 6: Mechanical properties measurement--Room temperature tensile test of Cu/Nb-Ti composite superconductors, and
The global market for IEC 61850 compliant routers and switches is unlikely to chart a high-growth path in the next five years.
A nonprofit organization, the IEC is dedicated to catalyzing technology and business progress worldwide in a range of high-technology industries and their university communities.
The 2006 IEC finalists in Access Network Technologies and Services are:
IEC President John Janowiak stated, "The quality of programming at the show is excellent.
The total potential contract value for IEC, including future options, is $90.
With the support of AT&T as our official service provider sponsor, we have positioned the IEC Forums as the perfect vehicle for service providers, manufacturers, and enterprise professionals to gain a vast amount of knowledge in the classroom, while taking in the dynamic attributes of the GLOBALCOMM exhibition.
GENEVA & BOSTON -- The OpenDocument OASIS Standard, a format which enables users of varying office suites to freely exchange documents, has been approved for release as an ISO and IEC International Standard.