Accellera Systems Initiative FAQ
About the Organization
Which organizations merged to form Accellera Systems Initiative?
Accellera Systems Initiative (Accellera) was formed by the merger of Accellera and the Open SystemC Initiative (OSCI) on December 5, 2011. Read about the Accellera/OSCI merger from our Town Hall Meeting at DVCon 2012.
Is Accellera non-profit?
Which companies are members of Accellera?
See our current list of members.
How do I join Accellera?
Accellera Systems Initiative's members directly influence development of the most important and widely used standards in electronic design. Find out how to join.
Who is on the Accellera Board?
View our list of board members and directors.
What are the current Accellera standards activities?
Technical experts from member companies all over the world participate in the development of Accellera System Initiative standards through the dedicated work of our technical committees. Find out about our current technical activities.
Where can I find information about DVCon?
We are proud to sponsor the Design & Verification Conference (DVCon) in the United States, Europe and India. Please check our Events page for conference dates. For information about the conferences, see:
Where can I find a list of acronyms?
View our list of acronyms and definitions.
I am having difficulty accessing my Working Group(s) or the Workspace (members area). Where can I get help?
If you have difficulty logging into the site, use the Password Help form to reset your username and password. Contact us if you require additional help.
My bookmarks are broken.
We have merged the former OSCI and Accellera websites. If you cannot find the information you need via the website menus, try using the site’s search feature. Contact us if you require additional help.
What should I do if I have other technical difficulties on the site?
Check our Site Help page for troubleshooting information. If you require additional help, contact us.
What should I do if I have more questions?
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