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International Organization for Standardization - a non-governmental global organization responsible for developing and maintaining technical standards in various fields, including computers and communications. ISO was established in 1946. It is made up of standards organizations from more than 95 countries with headquarter in Geneva, Switzerland. The U.S. member body is the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). ISO is not an actual acronym. It comes from the Greek iso, which means "same" or "equal".
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