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The Twelfth International World Wide Web Conference
20-24 May 2003, Budapest, HUNGARY



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Alvarion Ltd.

Alvarion Ltd. is a global organisation headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel. Sales offices are located in the United States, Europe, Asia and South America with over 200 distributors in more than 110 countries.

Alvarion is a premier provider of solutions based on Point-to-Multipoint, Broadband Wireless Access. Company supplies integrated solutions to telecom carriers, service providers and enterprises.

AT&T Labs

AT&T is among the world's premier voice, data, and video communications companies, serving consumers, businesses and government. Backed by the research and development capabilities of AT&T Labs, the company runs the largest, most sophisticated communications network in the U.S. The company is a leading supplier of data, Internet, and managed services for the public and private sectors, and offers outsourcing, consulting and networking integration to large businesses and government.

ERCIM

ERCIM - the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics - aims to foster collaborative work within the European research community and to increase cooperation with European industry. The members of ERCIM include leading research establishments from sixteen European countries. Encompassing over 10,000 researchers and engineers, ERCIM is able to undertake consultancy, development and educational projects on any subject related to its field of activity. ERCIM was founded in 1989 and is a European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG).

IBM RESEARCH

Our worldwide research labs work in all areas of information technology, from physics and cognitive science to leading-edge application research. We invent innovative materials and structures and use them to create exciting machine designs and architectures. We create tools and technologies that will enable the continued evolution of computing and computing services over the network. Our work across many disciplines is often done in concert with our colleagues in academic and government research centers, as well as “in the marketplace” with customers who provide us with challenging research problems.

Ministry of Informatics and Communications

The Ministry of Informatics and Communications was established by the Government of Hungary in 2002 with a view to the development of the knowledge-based information society. The tasks of the Ministry include the development of a uniform and comprehensive government strategy in relation to information society, and the co-ordination and supervision of in-country and international technical activities within its competence.

The Hungarian National Tourist Office

The Hungarian National Tourist Office provides basic and comprehensive information on the country s natural beauties, historic monuments, culture, gastronomy and all other aspects of potential interest to tourists. In addition, the provision of information comprises the full range of Hungarian tourism services, helping to bring demand and supply together and boost tourism receipts.

Since 1 January 2000, the Hungarian Convention Bureau has been working as a division of the Hungarian National Tourist Office, and operates as the national marketing organisation of the whole MICE market in Hungary. Its main purpose is to encourage new investments, just as national and international meetings to be held in Hungary, to promote the expansion in capacity of the meeting venues, and to incentive the networking of market players.

VOANEWS

The Voice of America broadcasts via shortwave, AM and FM radio, TV and the Internet in 55 languages to an estimated 94 million people each week. VOA provides around-the-clock, reliable news, balanced reporting and informative features. VOA now offers subscription e-mail news services in English and other broadcast languages.

W3C

In October 1994, Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the Web, founded the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Its mission is to lead the World Wide Web to its full potential by developing and standardizing technologies and guidelines that both promote its evolution and universal access, and ensure its interoperability. With more that 55 Recommendations - known in the industry as Web standards - W3C has shown what is possible with a consensus-based process. Over 410 organizations from around the world are Members of W3C.