W3C Members show their support for standards and for W3C through a variety of means, including participation in groups, sponsorship of events, chairing groups, and implementing specifications. This page lists testimonials from Members that circulate on the W3C home page. Each Member name below links to an up-to-date version of the W3C home page that features that Member's testimonial permanently. See also testimonials that accompany W3C press releases.
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The Accessibility Foundation is an expertise center providing information, research, Web evaluation and training in the field of accessibility of Web sites and Web applications to companies and governments. We are committed to the development of Web accessibility standards at W3C. Contact Accessibility Foundation
W3C Member since 1 July 2001.
Adesis Netlife, via its accessibility and usability division, Accedis, offers extensive experience in the development and ongoing support of internet projects that comply with all W3C standards and accessibility guidelines. Contact Adesis Netlife S.L.
W3C Member since 3 January 2007.
Adobe revolutionizes how the world engages with ideas and information - anytime, anywhere and through any medium. As a leading provider of best-in-class Web technologies, Adobe actively supports the development of W3C standards promoting global interoperability. Contact Adobe
W3C Member since 1 October 1994.
Altova accelerates development and integration projects with software solutions that enhance productivity and maximize results. Altova is an active member of the W3C and is committed to delivering standards-based platform-independent development solutions that are powerful, affordable, and easy to use. Contact Altova GmbH
W3C Member since 26 October 2000.
Accessibility is key to create an inclusive society. It is imperative to meet this goal and W3C is helping us meet this goal in India and globally. At BarrierBreak, we believe that accessibility of the web and mobile is key. Contact BarrierBreak Technologies
W3C Member since 31 December 2011.
Beijing Knownsec Information Technology Co., Ltd. was established on August, 2007. It provides visualization solutions that meet the world-class security technology standards and enhances the security monitoring, alarm and defense abilities of customer networks with its industry-leading capabilities in cloud computing and big data processing. Knownsec is committed to the use of W3C standards in research and development. Contact Beijing Knownsec Information Technology Co., Ltd.
W3C Member since 4 August 2016.
The BBC is the world's largest broadcasting organisation whose mission is to enrich people's lives with programmes that inform, educate and entertain. It is a public service broadcaster, established by a Royal Charter and funded by UK households. Contact British Broadcasting Corporation
W3C Member since 29 May 1998.
BoIA has been helping eliminate the digital divide since 2001. We partner with our clients, working as the accessibility and WCAG 2.0 A/AA expert on their team to help them succeed in reaching and maintaining ADA compliance for their multimedia presence. Contact Bureau of Internet Accessibility
The Centrum voor Wiskunde en Informatica (CWI) is a leading research institute in mathematics and computer science. CWI is active in several W3C Working Groups and hosts the W3C Benelux Office. As the starting point for the European Internet, we are proud to collaborate with W3C. Contact CWI
W3C Member since 15 August 1995.
With 13+ million registered customers and an extensive product portfolio, Deutsche Telekom is a major player in the European Internet market, and is also an active participant in W3C activities. Deutsche Telekom's Internet Media Technology - using open standards - allows for flexibility and speed in adapting new technologies. Contact Deutsche Telekom AG
W3C Member since 26 September 1995.
EDRLab is a non-profit organization focused on the deployment of open, interoperable and accessible digital publishing technologies in Europe. EDRLab takes part in [email protected] on a future EPUB 4 standard, at the confluence of publishing and web needs. Contact EDRLab
W3C Member since 5 July 2016.
Founded in 1876, Ericsson is the largest supplier of mobile communications systems in the world. Supporting all major standards for wireless communication, Ericsson is committed to the use and development of W3C Recommendations to continue mobilizing the World Wide Web. Contact ERICSSON
W3C Member since 1 February 1996.
As a leading provider of commercial eReading software solutions and one of major contributors to Readium Open Source development, Evident Point is excited to keep working on the advancement of EPUB 3 and Open Web standards as a W3C member. Contact Evident Point Software
FinanzNachrichten.de is the leading German speaking finance Website for financial news about shares, stock markets and economy. FinanzNachrichten.de as W3C member wants to take an active role in the further development of user friendly platform technologies for online media. Contact FinanzNachrichten.de
ICS-FORTH has an established tradition of internationally acknowledged excellence in conducting basic and applied research in the fields of information and telecommunications technologies. It represents Greece in ERCIM, and also hosts the W3C Office in Greece. Contact Foundation for Research and Technology - Hellas(FORTH)
W3C Member since 19 June 1995.
The Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft undertakes applied contract research in all fields of engineering sciences. Fraunhofer works with W3C to contibute to the development of Web technologies which are the base of many of our research activities. Contact Fraunhofer Gesellschaft
Fujitsu is a leading provider of IT-based business solutions for the global marketplace. Fujitsu is actively promoting standardization of XML, electronic businesses, Web Services, and Cloud computing related technologies. It supports many W3C specifications in its products and services. Contact Fujitsu Limited
W3C Member since 23 February 1995.
The mission of the Information and Communication Technology Centre is the promotion and development of the Information Society within the social, institutional, and business communities. The Centre is committed to use W3C Technologies in its developments. Contact Fundacion CTIC
ONCE Foundation, Spain The Spanish ONCE Foundation, and its company Fundosa Teleservicios turn the philosophy of 'design-for-all' into a practical reality: W3C technologies enable our developers to combine creativity and accessibility to build Web sites that are usable by people with and without disabilities. Contact Fundación ONCE
Geonovum is the National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) executive committee in the Netherlands. At W3C we devote ourselves to unlocking the power of spatial data by bridging the gap between OGC’s spatial standards and W3C webstandards. Contact Geonovum
W3C Member since 30 June 2017.
DFKI is one of the largest nonprofit contract research institutes worldwide in the field of innovative software technology based on Artificial Intelligence methods. DFKI is committed to the use of W3C standards in research and development. Contact German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) Gmbh
W3C Member since 3 April 2001.
Hitachi has long experience in both OT(operational technology) and IT. Towards the IoT era, this is something to be proud of. Hitachi understands the importance of standardization to make the world seamlessly connected, and strongly supports W3C's activities. Contact Hitachi, Ltd.
W3C Member since 1 July 2015.
Dedicated to open source and the open web since 2001, Igalia works with the W3C to both create and implement the next generation of web standards. We believe that open specifications like those that the W3C produces are vital to a free and egalitarian web. Contact Igalia
W3C Member since 13 November 2013.
Inria is a founding member of W3C. Inria is the french national research institute dedicated to digital sciences, addressing scientific and technological challenges in IT and playing an active role in technology transfer. Inria was also the European host of W3C until 2002 and actively contributes to W3C groups and activities. Contact Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique (INRIA)
W3C Member since 27 April 1995.
Inswave Systems Co., Ltd. is a software company that develops web standard based HTML5 UI platform. We support for W3C and in the path of making a better world of web standard by supporting freedom of web application and accessibility. Contact Inswave Systems Co., Ltd.
Mitsue-Links, leading client's businesses to sustainable development, is one of Japan's leading communication design companies. We provide Web Solutions in adherence with the spirit of W3C, such as Web Standard Conformance Service and Accessibility Consulting Service. Contact Mitsue-Links Co., Ltd.
W3C Member since 27 April 2004.
NEC Corporation is a leader in the integration of IT and network technologies. We provide combinations of products and solutions that benefit businesses and people around the world. We support the W3C's open, consensus-driven process and cutting-edge technology standards. Contact NEC Corporation
Université Côte d'Azur is a group of higher education institutions recently created on the Côte d'Azur. It brings together the main actors of higher education and research on the Côte d'Azur. Contact Nice Sophia Antipolis University
W3C Member since 15 June 2015.
Nokia is the world leader in mobile communications, driving the growth and sustainability of the broader mobility industry. Nokia sees that contribution to, and adoption of, W3C specifications are essential for widespread use of the Web, with any user device. Contact Nokia Corporation
Profium improves its clients competitiveness and creates them new business opportunities with commercial software products. Profium Sense products are based on semantic technologies from W3C. Contact Profium Ltd.
W3C Member since 29 August 2000.
SICS (Swedish Institute of Computer Science) promotes the uptake of Web standards through advanced IT research and development in collaboration with national and international industry, as well as with public sector organizations. SICS is also hosting the Swedish W3C Office. Contact RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB
W3C Member since 5 December 1995.
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. is a global leader in semiconductor, telecommunication, digital media, and digital convergence technology. Samsung Electronics supports W3C recommendations in our products and continues to the explosion of Web technology in our business. Contact Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. Contact Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
W3C Member since 31 December 2006.
Syncro Soft encourages the adoption of the W3C standards. Its main product, oXygen XML Editor, is an integrated development environment supporting a large number of W3C standards including XML, XSLT, XML Schema and XQuery. Contact Syncro Soft
The School of Informatics at the University of Edinburgh is a world leader in research and teaching in Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science. W3C technologies are both used and studied here, and we are proud to contribute to their development. Contact University of Edinburgh
W3C Member since 10 August 1998.
The School of Electronics and Computer Science at Southampton is a world-leading centre of excellence for research, teaching, enterprise and innovation in Computer Science, Electronics and Electrical Engineering. We host major national research initiatives applying and developing W3C technologies. Contact University of Southampton
W3C Member since 12 March 1998.
The Web3D Consortium, like W3C, supports open standardization. Web3D's open standards for real-time 3D communication include X3D, a powerful and extensible XML-based ISO standard for 3D visual effects, behavioral modeling, interaction and interoperability. Web3D membership includes companies, institutions, working groups and individuals. Contact Web3D Consortium
W3C Member since 1 April 1999.