Corporation for Open Systems


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Corporation for Open Systems

(COS) An international consortium of computer users and vendors set up to provide ways of testing OSI implementations.

Corporation for Open Systems

An R&D consortium, founded in 1986, that was dedicated to assuring acceptance of worldwide standards. It closed 10 years later.
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Department of Commerce, as an executive committee member of the Board of Directors of the Corporation for Open Systems, as a board member of the Computer and Business Equipment Manufacturers' Association (CBEMA), and as a board member of Sematech.
is co-director of the event, sponsored by the North American ISDN Users Forum and the Corporation for Open Systems.
The Unisys software has proven its interoperability in extensive conformance testing as well as an ongoing pilot project among five large utility companies managed by the Corporation for Open Systems.

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