The following organisations have agreed to support the XMLSPIF schema:

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Boldon James
Boldon James, a wholly-owned QinetiQ subsidiary since October 2007, has over 20 years’ experience specialising in secure messaging solutions tailored to meet the formal information exchange requirements of the worldwide defence and secure government sectors. Its Version 3 Secure Information Exchange architecture now provides a suite of Microsoft commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) functional extensions across the Unified Communications collaboration and conferencing suite, resulting in solutions with a low total cost of ownership (TCO) and significantly reduced deployment risk. Boldon James are a Microsoft Gold Partner and the Microsoft Global Go To Market Partner for Messaging in Defence and Public Safety sectors.

Cadmidium Services Ltd is a technical consultancy specialising in communications system procurement, support services and product development. Cadmidium services have a diverse range of expertise backed up by decades of experience. Cadmidium currently have staff engaged with clients on a number of projects across land, sea and air environments.

CommPower, since its inception in 1984, has been seeking excellence in the product development and integration market, with emphasis on secure, real-time message processing/switching and data communications applications for military and meteorological markets. For these sectors, CommPower offers a host of gateway/dissemination products as well as Microsoft Exchange-based offerings all of which adhere to popular and open industry standards.

Deep-Secure provides a range of security solutions, accredited to EAL4 standard, for highly sensitive military, defence and intelligence organisations. Products such as Bastion™, DeepSecure™, DeepSecure Lite™ and FlashPoint™ address the security needs of the world’s most mission-critical messaging applications for clients such as the UK Ministry of Defence and NATO, providing network separation and boundary protection.

eB2Bcom builds and markets the high performance View500 Discovery & Directory server that combines LDAP, X.500 and XMLeD protocols in a single system. Renowned for its searching and matching capabilities and integrated WebDUA, View500 is deployed in Australia, Asia, USA, and Europe.

INFODAS is an independent, family-owned business founded in 1974 in Germany. The company develops innovative cross domain solutions based on security-by-design principles and provides Cybersecurity and IT consulting to government, defense and commercial clients. INFODAS SDoT product family cross domain solutions (SDoT Security Gateway, SDoT Software Data Diode, SDoT Labelling Service, are approved up to German, EU, NATO SECRET and are listed in the NATO information assurance catalogue.

Isode builds high performance messaging and directory server products, using Open Standard protocols. Isode has customers in over 30 countries with exports accounting for over 60% of sales. Isode’s products are used in sectors where security, scaleability, reliability and excellent support are core requirements.

Jedi Systems Consultancy Ltd provides design, integration, support, specialist training and technical consultancy services to the defence and defence related sectors. We specialise in the delivery and support of high-end secure messaging, directories and PKI-based solutions.

Nexor is a leading provider of information assurance solutions to defence and government agencies. We ensure that sensitive information is accessed, controlled and shared in accordance with prevailing security policies by handling the connection, transformation and protection of that information.

SMHS is a small, UK-based, company providing scientific, technical and integration consultancy services for a range of core enterprise services. These services include messaging (both formal and informal); directory services, security services and web services.