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ITI

(Information Technology Industry Council, Washington, DC, www.itic.org) Formerly the Computer and Business Equipment Manufacturers Association (CBEMA), founded in 1916. ITI is a membership organization composed of approximately 30 large high-tech companies. Its mission is twofold: to produce market-driven voluntary standards for information technology in the U.S. and abroad and to lobby for tech-friendly government policies coming out of Washington, D.C. It sponsors several dozen committees that used to be given alphabetic names such as X3J4, but that now fall under the NCITS (National Committee for Information Technology Standards) umbrella.
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In front of the meeting was a motion to proceed without using Sun's intellectual property, though some members were arguing that it would not be different enough from what NCITS voted down.
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