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Computer and telecommunication standards are essential to enable different devices, from different manufacturers to exchange data or otherwise interact. Software developed in a particular programming language for a particular platform (computer and operating system) can employ agreed standards and 'protocols' (either directly, or via an adapter or interpreter) in more

Computer and telecommunication standards are essential to enable different devices, from different manufacturers to exchange data or otherwise interact. Software developed in a particular programming language for a particular platform (computer and operating system) can employ agreed standards and 'protocols' (either directly, or via an adapter or interpreter) in order to interact with software created in different programming languages, computers or operating systems. Radios and mobile devices can employ agreed standards regarding amplitude, frequency and power to avoid interference and enable interoperability. Computer hardware can use connection standards such as USB and SATA interfaces, which enable integration of systems and peripherals. Each industry generally has one or more standards organisations or authorities responsible for agreeing standards at local, national and international levels. The companies and organisations listed below are involved with the definition, agreement and enforcement of standards for computers and communications.

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