ip-label, a member of the W3C
In January 2013, ip-label, Europe’s leader in QoE measurement for all digital services, became a member of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). The W3C is an international community made up of experts (W3C staff and contributors) whose mission is to promote compatibility among World Wide Web technologies (HTML, xHTML, SOAP, etc.) and develop web standards.
A bona fide expert in web performance with over 15 years’ experience and a full-spectrum product offering in active and real-user monitoring, ip-label has contributed over the years to a variety of European collaborative projects (Neptune, Timco, and others).
As a member of the W3C, ip-label seeks to contribute its knowledge and experience in QoE measurement by taking part in setting standards within the W3C’s Web Performance working group (implementation of metrics within browsers).
“Being a member of the W3C, specifically of its Web Performance working group, is a unique opportunity for us to participate in the elaboration of standards so that they match the needs of industry in the field of web application performance measurement.” William Rang, ip-label Deputy General Manager.
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