By joining these organizations listed below, AMI continues to stay abreast of key changes in the computing industry.
Leading the development of management standards for distributed desktop, network, enterprise and Internet environments.
Promoting HyperTransport™ technology as an open, freely available industry specification for high bandwidth chip-to-chip communications.
Intel® Intelligent Systems Alliance
Communications, embedded developers and solutions providers committed to the development of modular, standards based building blocks, platforms, and solutions based on Intel technologies, processors, products, and services.
The PCI SIG provides a forum for companies who develop differentiated, interoperable products based on its specifications.
A consortium of over 600 companies who collaboratively develop open specifications for high performance telecommunications and industrial computing applications.
Server System Infrastructure Forum
The Server System Infrastructure (SSI) Forum drives server infrastructure standards for blade-based server systems, redundant server power systems, rack-mount server chassis, power control and management, and more - with the goal of enabling server market growth by standardizing interfaces between components and developing common server hardware elements.
Trusted Computing Group
A not-for-profit organization formed to develop, define, and promote open standards for hardware-enabled trusted computing and security technologies.
Unified EFI Forum
A non-profit collaborative trade organization formed to promote and manage the UEFI standard.
Supporting and accelerating the market and consumer adoption of USB compliant peripherals.