Why you should join the Consortium:
We frequently ask our members why they have joined the Consortium. Here are the top five answers:
- Help shape the future of embedded market standards
- Gain early access to new developments in the industry
- Most effective way to reach users of embedded technology
- Recognition as a major player in the embedded market
- Flexible levels of membership and participation
How to join the Consortium
The PC/104 Consortium is incorporated in California as a non-profit trade association. Membership is open to companies throughout the world who offer or use products that support the PC/104 standard or are targeted to PC/104 applications. The Consortium offers four categories of membership. Each provides a unique level of participation and financial commitment:
- Executive members:US $5,000 per year
- Associate members: US $1,750 per year
- Affiliate members:US $750 per year
Executive, Associate, and Affiliate members participate most fully in the activities of the Consortium and receive the following technical and marketing benefits:
- Electronic newsletters and other member communications
- Inclusion in this website’s searchable Member Directory
- Inclusion of their products in the website’s searchable Product Directory
- Participation in Consortium-sponsored public relations activities
- Permission to use the PC/104 logo in their marketing materials.
In addition, Associate and Executive members have voting rights on specification and organizational issues. Only Executive members are eligible to vote for, and serve as members of the Consortium’s Board of Directors.
For a detailed list of membership benefits, click here.
Free Technical Support
The technical resource service of the PC/104 Consortium consists of a group of about a dozen executive members who have volunteered to provide information and answer questions regarding PC/104 Technology. The questions should be sent to PC/104 Consortium headquarters where they can be tracked and answered within a very short period of time.
Click here to request technical resource service.
Or you can contact the office and request an application to be sent to you. Click here to contact us.