Best Practices in Setting Standards

Since 1958, JEDEC has earned a reputation for upholding a fair, efficient and economical process for setting standards.

Member companies choose from over 50 committees and subcommittees in which to participate. Gathering several times a year in locations worldwide, these committees address the varied needs of the industry, including discrete solid state devices, integrated circuits, electronic modules, various manufacturing support functions and much more.

Adhering to JEDEC's "one company, one vote" rule, members vote on proposals electronically using JEDEC’s online voting system prior to committee meetings. Voting results are then reported at meetings and modifications to the proposals are made in response to voter-submitted comments.

Upon committee approval, finalized standards proposals are submitted to the Board of Directors for approval — with published standards made available on the JEDEC website.

Educational Forums

JEDEC conducts workshops and conferences throughout the year in various locations worldwide. Visit our meetings and events calendar for the most up-to-date information on educational opportunities.