European Workshop for Open Systems (EWOS)
1987-12 Brussels Belgium
Dec 1987, Brussels (Belgium). Also referred to as Working Group on Open Systems. Ceased activities in 1997, when replaced by U-XE3512 - Information Society Standardization System (ISSS).
'Mission': Provide an efficient and flexible mechanism to develop guidance material, specifications and services responding to the needs of concerned parties in information and telecommunications technology (ICT), by using financing and expertise resources provided by these parties, complementing formal standardization activities. 'Primary objective': facilitate timely, high quality, cost-effective, inter-operable, portable, implementable, testable, standards-based solutions to meet market needs.
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