DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/r56qc7/connectivity) has announced the addition of the "Connectivity Technology Organisations 2014: An Assessment of Group Structures, Fees and Possible Implications on Future Market Growth" report to their offering.
Connectivity technology organisations are an essential mechanism for developing, ratifying, standardizing, and driving a technology forward. They provide a vital, independent platform for interested parties to get involved and help shape the future of a technology.
This study profiles and provides commentary on seven chosen connectivity technology groups:
Profiles include a brief history, member companies, board of directors and membership levels available. This study also looks at the typical costs involved with bringing to market a product that is certified by one of these groups from the view of a developer.
Key Topics Covered:
1. Introduction, Scope and Methodology
2. Connectivity Technology Group Profiles
2.1 Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG)
2.2 HDMI Licensing
2.3 NFC Forum
2.4 USB Implementers Forum (IF)
2.5 Wi-Fi Alliance
2.6 ZigBee Alliance
2.7 Z-Wave Alliance
3. Overall Cost Comparisons and Implications
3.1 Introduction - A Developers View of the World
3.1.1. Comparison of Costs for a New Developer
3.2 Bluetooth Pricing - A Case Study
4. Conclusions and Recommendations
External Compliance Testing Companies
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