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BSIGBluetooth Special Interest Group
BSIGBariatric Surgery Information Guide (resource)
BSIGBusiness Senior Integration Group (US DoD)
BSIGBinder Seidman International Group (est. 1910; now BDO International, Ltd.)
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Bluetooth was invented as a wire replacement by Ericsson engineer Jaap Haartsen in the mid 1990s and developed by engineers at Ericsson and four other companies which made it available at no cost through the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG).
In response to the Bluetooth Special Interest Group's (SIG's) selection of WiMedia(R) UWB as its future radio platform, the WiMedia Alliance has shared its positive outlook regarding the joint effort to develop high-rate Bluetooth wireless technology.
List of key industry participants: Accenture, Aepona, Alcatel, Bluetooth Special Interest Group, BT, Cegetel, Cisco, Commil, Comverse, DePuy Spine, DT, Ericsson, France Telecom, IBM, Inventel, Mobilkom Austria, Motorola, Nokia, Norwood Systems, O2, ONE, Orange, Proxim, Scarlet, Siemens, Sonofon, Sunrise, Swisscom, Swisscom Mobile, TDC, Telecom Italia, Telefonica, Telekom Austria, Telenor, Teliasonera, Three, T-Mobile, T-Mobile Austria, UPC, Vodafone, Wind.
Nokia is the founding member of Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG), which manages the specification and qualification process.
"Even in the mobile phone industry, with its rapid innovation and product development cycles, after the official founding of the Bluetooth Special Interest Group [SIG] in 1998, it took until the end of 2000 before the first production-ready mobile phone with integrated Bluetooth headset preparation appeared.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) announced its intent to work with the developers of the wireless technology commonly known as ultrawideband (UWB) to combine strengths of both technologies.
[1] Bluetooth Special Interest Group. Disponible en Internet.