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open standard

[¦ō·pən ′stan·dərd]
(computer science)
Freely distributed.
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Here's the breakthrough: XBRL (extensible business reporting language), a new global open standard for formatting financial information, makes reporting and analysis faster, cheaper and significantly easier to automate.
AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced development of DTX, an open standard specification designed by AMD to enable the broad adoption of small form factor PCs.
Certification Furthers DSO Leader's Commitment to Offering Commercial-Grade Open Standard Solutions for the Aerospace & Defense Industry
An open standard will permit multiple devices and implementations to talk to each other about multi-modal information; the open source project will help a broad range of users take advantage of the growing global body of multi-modal content and analytics.
Symantec and Juniper are collaborating to enhance and integrate our existing endpoint compliance and access control offerings via support of the TNC open standard to build best-in-class, standards-based network enforcement and endpoint compliance solutions," said Chirantan "CJ" Desai, director of product management, Symantec.
VSIPL (Vector Signal and Image Processing Library) is an open standard DSP C-library designed for system portability.
As a leading provider of DVB-H client solutions, we strongly support the alliance's goal to define an open standard, end-to-end mobile broadcast solution for TV, Radio and IP data services.
The mobile industry has been waiting for an open standard to converge upon, and DSI provides the compelling technology to drive that transition.
Ideas are invited on possible open standards based approaches to the challenges, from which one or more proposals will be developed.
Open technologies include open-source software, open standards and open hardware.
In the desktop space, common computing architectures and open standards had greatly reduced costs and prompted tremendous innovation in applications as developers seized the opportunity to work within openly accessible and widely deployed systems.

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