QualityLogic has established strategic alliances with a variety of developers and consultants to bring you complete test and quality management solutions. When you choose QualityLogic as your quality partner, you also get the resources of the best companies in the business.
As a Microsoft Certified Partner, QualityLogic has achieved high levels of capabilities through well-defined standards. We are an independent organization that provides quality assurance, testing services and consulting with Microsoft products.
QualityLogic has partnered with IDC to provide data that, when combined with our test results, give consumers new ways to do their comparison shopping.
QualityLogic partners with Gap Intelligence for worldwide supplies databases used in printer cost of consumables testing.
AutomatedQA offers software products and services for development and quality assurance projects. The company creates innovative, affordable products for the software development lifecycle, including TestComplete for test automation. QualityLogic bundles TestComplete with many of our QualityLogic Test Tools. TestComplete is also used extensively in our test labs.
Battelle is the world’s largest, independent research and development organization, working to advance scientific discovery and application. QualityLogic is a partner in the Pacific Northwest Smart Grid Demonstration Project, which is led by Battelle, and is responsible for interoperability testing and certification of technologies used in the project.
Software Imaging is the world's largest independent supplier of Microsoft Windows, Apple Macintosh and Linux imaging technologies, printer drivers and related devices. QualityLogic licenses Software Imaging's Far Eastern Test Files, which are now an integral part of QualityLogic's printer test tools library and are available to printer manufacturers worldwide.
SURF Communication Solutions
Surf designs, develops, and markets high–capacity multi–media DSP resource processing boards for telecommunication infrastructure and CTI applications. Surf’s customers use these boards in their Media Gateway, Media Server and CTI application solutions.
The International Committee for Information Technology Standards (INCITS) is the primary U.S. focus of standardization in the field of Information and Communications Technologies. INCITS serves as ANSI's Technical Advisory Group for ISO/IEC Joint Technical Committee 1, which is responsible for International standardization in the field of Information Technology. QualityLogic is an auditing member of INCITS.
ISO (the International Organization for Standardization) and IEC (the International Electrotechnical Commission) form the specialized system for worldwide standardization. National bodies that are members of ISO or IEC participate in the development of International Standards through technical committees established by the respective organization to deal with particular fields of technical activity. In the field of information technology, ISO and IEC have established a joint technical committee, ISO/IEC JTC 1, of which QualityLogic is a member.
Ecma International is an industry association dedicated to the standardization of Information and Communication Technology and Consumer Electronics.
The Smart Grid Interoperability Panel (SGIP) engages stakeholders from the entire Smart Grid Community in a participatory public process to identify applicable standards, gaps in currently available standards, and priorities for new standardization activities for the evolving Smart Grid. QualityLogic is a member of the SGIP Smart Grid Testing & Certification Working Group.
GridWise Architecture Council
The GridWise Architecture Council (GWAC) is a team of industry leaders who are shaping the guiding principles of a highly intelligent and interactive electric system. This architecture will provide guidelines for interaction between participants and interoperability between technologies and systems. QualityLogic is a GWAC SGIMM Team Member.
Smart Grid Oregon
QualityLogic is a founding sponsor of Smart Grid Oregon, a trade association created to enable, promote and grow the smart grid industry and infrastructure in the State of Oregon.
Leveraging its global perspective, the ZigBee Alliance works together to develop standards that ultimately deliver greater freedom and flexibility for a smarter, more sustainable world. ZigBee has earned a strong leadership role in the worldwide movement toward smart electrical grids. Numerous utilities and energy service providers are deploying ZigBee solutions because ZigBee meets their needs and gives them an inherently green, reliable, secure and easy-to-use standard, ZigBee Smart Energy. QualityLogic is a Participant level member.
The OpenADR Alliance is comprised of industry stakeholders that are interested in fostering the deployment of low-cost price- and reliability-based demand response communication protocol by facilitating and accelerating the development and adoption of OpenADR standards and compliance with those standards.
UCA International User's Group
The UCA® International Users Group is a not-for-profit corporation, consisting of utility user and supplier companies, dedicated to promoting the integration and interoperability of electric/gas/water utility systems through the use of international standards-based technology.
OpenSG User's Group
The mission of the OSGug Technical Subcommittee is to foster enhanced functionality, lower costs and speed market adoption of Advanced Metering networks and Demand Response solutions through the development of an open standards-based information/data model, reference design & interoperability guidelines.
Software Integration Initiative / MultiSpeak®
The Software Integration Initiative is a NRECA-funded collaborative effort to foster the development of cost-effective, interoperable software products for electric utilities. MultiSpeak, developed through this effort, is a specification for the exchange of data among software applications commonly applied in small electric utilities.
The theme of Grid-Interop is “interoperability”, and the only way true interoperability can be achieved is through collaboration. Grid-Interop brings together a true cross-section of industry stakeholders to guide the development of Smart Grid standards.
AeA is the largest high-tech trade association for the high-tech industry in the U.S. Sectors range from software, semiconductors and computers to Internet technology, advanced electronics and telecommunications.