The Internet Media Device Alliance (IMDA) has announced a baseline certification standard for standalone Internet radio players.
What does IMDA stand for?
IMDA stands for Internet Media Device Alliance
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 23 other meanings of IMDA in our Acronym Attic
- Integrated Mechanical Diagnostic Health and Usage Management System
- Integrated Mechanical Diagnostic Health and Usage Monitoring System
- Interactive Missile Design/Web-Based Design Environment
- Second-Order Intermodulation Distortion
- Third-Order Intermodulation Distortion
- Fifth-Order Inter-Modulation Distortion
- Improved Maximal Diagnosis Algorithm
- Independent Medical Distributors Association
- Indirect Management Delegation Agreement (EU)
- International Management Development Association
- Irish Medical Devices Association (Ireland)
- Irish Music and Dance Association
- Independent Mechanical Detailers Association of America
- Institute of Management Development Alumni Associates
- Integrated Manufacturing Data Administration System
- Integrated Museum Documentation and Administration System
- Integrated Museum Documentation and Administration Programme (Austria)
- Imagery Management Database
- Immigrant Database
- In-Memory Data Base
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Internet Media Device Alliance (IMDA) for the first time hosted a car-specific Internet radio workshop that brought together industry leaders from the automotive and broadcast sectors
UK); Internet Media Device Alliance (USA/Germany); National Institute for Information and Communications Technology (Japan); NPR Labs (USA); Project FINE (Spain); Rochester Institute of Technology (USA); Ryerson University (Canada) and Zaxel Corp.
At IFA 2009, the Internet Media Device Alliance (IMDA) will announce a baseline certification standard to future-proof standalone internet radio players.
The unanimous decision to form the Internet Media Device Alliance was taken at the Internet Radio Summit in 2008, which was hosted by the BBC in London.