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Accellera Systems Initiative is a standards organization that supports a mix of user and vendor standards and open interfaces development in the area of electronic design automation and IC design and manufacturing. It is less constrained than the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and is therefore the starting place for many standards. Once mature and adopted by the broader community, the standards are usually transferred to the IEEE.
In December 2011 Accellera and Open SystemC Initiative (OSCI) approved their merger, adopting the name Accellera Systems Initiative.
Associate member companies have voting rights in all of Accellera's Technical Committees.
- Atrenta Inc.
- Cisco Systems
- Cypress Semiconductor
- Jasper Design Automation
- Oracle Corporation
- Paradigm Works, Inc.
- Semifore, Inc.
- Vayavya Labs
Corporate members have an additional right to be eligible for election to the Board of Directors. Corporate members (as of March 2012) include: 
- Advanced Micro Devices
- ARM Ltd.
- Cadence Design Systems
- Forte Design Systems
- Freescale Semiconductor
- Intel Corporation
- Magillem SA
- Mentor Graphics
- NXP Semiconductors
- Renesas Electronics
- SpringSoft, Inc.
- Synopsys Inc.
- Texas Instruments
The following EDA standards developed by Accellera were ratified by IEEE by 2010:
- Verilog or IEEE 1364
- VHDL or IEEE 1076
- Property Specification Language (PSL) or IEEE 1850 or IEC 62531
- SystemC or IEEE 1666
- SystemVerilog or IEEE 1800
- Standard Delay Format (SDF) or IEEE 1497 or IEC 61523-3
- Delay and Power Calculation System (DPCS/OLA; see Standard Parasitic Exchange Format) or IEEE 1481
- Advanced Library Format (ALF) or IEEE 1603 or IEC 62265
- Open Compression Interface (OCI) or IEEE 1450.6.1
- Unified Power Format (UPF) or IEEE 1801
- Open Model Interface (OMI) or IEEE 1499
- IP-XACT or IEEE 1685
The following EDA standards developed by Accellera:
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