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ECMA International

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(Formerly European Computer Manufacturers Association) An industry association founded in 1961 and dedicated to the standardisation of information and communication systems.

ECMA edits standards and technical reports. All ECMA publications are available free of charge.

The best known ECMA standard is ECMA 262, defining the scripting language ECMAScript.
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ECMAScript is defined by Ecma International, a standards body.
[4] ECMA International, ECMA-368: High Rate Ultra Wideband PHY and MAC Standard, 3rd Ed.
The format was later standardized by the Ecma International Technical Committee 43 (TC43) as ECMA-363 (ECMA, 2007).
ECMA International (2002), Near Field Communication.
[5] *** (2005) "High rate ultra wideband PHY and MAC standard", Standard ECMA-368, ECMA International, Geneva, Dec.
Ecma International then submitted the standard in December 2006 to ISO/IEC JTC 1, with whom it has category A liaison status, for adoption as an International Standard.
The Red Book specification costs $250, although a free, substantively similar version of the Red Book specification is available from ECMA International at its Web site (www.ecma-international.org).
The Open XML format was originated by Microsoft and standardized by the Ecma International organization's technical committee, TC45.
The Optical Storage Technology Association (www .osta.org) and Ecma International (www .ecma-international.com) announced they have joined to finalize an industry-wide, archival-grade, optical disc specification.
The WiMedia UWB Common Radio Platform is moving toward International Organization for Standardization (ISO) acceptance through Ecma International's ECMA-368 and ECMA-369 standards.