Membership in the OPEN Alliance SIG is optimized for businesses in the automotive market. An understanding of Ethernet connectivity in automotive is a necessity for companies that are interested in establishing BroadR-Reach automotive Ethernet as the technology of choice for next generation in-vehicle networking.
Members should be willing and able to help drive and support new interoperability requirements, third party testing, certification procedures and higher data rate specification requirements.
What is the difference in becoming a Promoter versus an Adopter Member?
Promoter and Adopter members have the same rights in respect to participating in and contributing to the OPEN Alliance technical committees. Promoters also have the right and the duty to participate in Steering Committee meetings that deal with the organizational and strategic matters of the OPEN Alliance. Once members have contributed as an Adopter, they may apply to become a Promoter member. Existing Promoter members will then vote on the application.
How much does it cost to join the OPEN Alliance?
At this time, there are no fees associated with becoming a member in the OPEN Alliance SIG. However, as membership increases, as well as associated operating costs and other resources, future members may be required to pay a membership fee. Any changes to the membership policy for joining the OPEN Alliance SIG will be reviewed by the current SIG membership and clearly communicated by the organization.
How can our company become a member of the OPEN Alliance?
Contact the OPEN Alliance via this online form to begin the process.
Only one signature is required from applying companies and it is up to each organization to determine which officer in the company should sign the Adopter agreement.