SoftAtHome is involved in the work of the following standard bodies.
The Wi-Fi alliance was created in 1999 by several industry leaders which came together to form a global, non-profit organization with the goal of driving the adoption of a single worldwide-accepted standard for high-speed wireless local area networking. In 2008 there are more than 300 members from more than 20 countries.
SoftAtHome is a member of the Wi-Fi Alliance.
The Home Gateway Initiative is an open forum launched initially by Telcos in December 2004 and joined by numerous solution providers. The aim of the forum is to define standard specifications of the home gateway. HGI was formed to boost the market of home communication services to the millions of broadband customers served by its founding members. The initiative will drive the development of residential gateways supporting the delivery of services.
SoftAtHome is a member of the Home Gateway Initiative.
Formed in October 1999, the UPnP™ Forum is an unincorporated entity of more than 860 leading companies in computing, printing and networking; consumer electronics; home appliances, automation, control and security; and mobile products. The Forum’s goals are to allow devices to connect seamlessly and to simplify network implementation in the home and corporate environments. Toward this end, UPnP Forum members work together to define and publish UPnP device control protocols built upon open, Internet-based communication standards.
SoftAtHome participates to the work of the the UPnP forum through the France Telecom/Orange group.
The Digital Living Network Alliance was created in 2003 by a group of companies from around the world seeking to create new products that are compatible by using open standards and widely available industry specifications. Today, more than 250 companies comprise DLNA. They include consumer electronics, computer and mobile device manufacturers. DLNA also includes many component and software developers.
SoftAtHome is a member of the DLNA through the France Telecom/Orange group.
The Broadband Forum is a worldwide organization committed to rapidly creating specifications for communication service providers and vendors that accelerate the development and deployment of broadband networks, foster successful interoperability, and manage and deliver advanced IP services to the customer.
SoftAtHome participates to the work of the Broadband Forum through the France Telecom/Orange group.