Be Part of The Solution

If we’re serious about bringing the Internet to the world - and we are - it’s going to take all of us. Together, we can help connect the next billion people and build an Internet that people trust.

Organization members

Our Organization Members Advisory Council includes representatives from business, academia, and the not-for-profit sector. Together, these members help steer our priorities and help us figure out the best way to build a better Internet. The more diverse voices we have, the more effective we’ll be when it comes to influencing policy and promoting best practices. Your membership is critical to accomplishing these goals.

How we can help your organization



Competitive advantage


Through frequent Member Briefings and other publications, we’ll keep you informed about Internet policy, technical, and development issues that impact your business and the market at large.

You’ll have the opportunity to work with us to address the critical issues impacting the general welfare and effectiveness of the global Internet.

We’ll help you stay ahead of new technology trends to assist you in growing your business.

Your membership enables you to expand your global network of contacts with respected industry leaders, top-level policy makers, scientists, and engineers, and to establish new partnerships and opportunities.

How your organization can help us

Education and training

Spreading the word

Standards and protocols

Making a difference

Your membership supports our education and training efforts around the world, enabling more people to take advantage of the economic and social benefits of the Internet.

Support us in helping governments and private entities to understand the effects of communication technology on society.

As a global technology-based organization, we’re helping to lead the development of Internet standards and protocols, and your organization can be a part of that.

Your support helps us run a number of programmes on the ground in developing countries, making a difference to the evolution of the Internet and the lives of people around the world.

Who's already on board?


juniper logo NBC universal logo


netnod logo nokia logo


apnic logo cira logo cox logo
denic logo futurewei logo microsoft logo mozilla logo
ncta logo Pass the Balanced Budget Amendment Inc. (PBBA) sidn logo time warner cable logo
verisign logo verizon logo


21st Century Fox ACOnet ADVA Optical Networking Ltd Administradora de Conocimientos S.A. (NIC Argentina) Amazon
CERN Deutsche Telekom Facebook GÉANT Association Hitachi, Ltd
Internet2 InternetNZ Internet Systems Consortium LinkedIn Ministry of Communications & Information Technology (MCIT)
MITRE Corporation Motion Picture Association of America NIC Chile NIC México
NORDUnet NTT NYSERNet Oriental Power Holdings Limited

Pegasus Consultants

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. Recording Industry Association of America SUNET SURFnet bv SWITCH
TELEFONICA Telia Carrier UNINETT Norid AS University of Washington

The Walt Disney Company


AFRINIC Amsterdam Internet Exchange Angola Cables CCAT-LAT CERNET
China Internet Network Information Center Council of Hungarian Internet Providers de la cruz beranek Attorneys at Law Ltd ETNO Interxion HeadQuarters BV
JISC Japan Network Information Center KIFU/Hungarnet KISA (Korea Internet & Security Agency) LACNIC
Lesotho Communications Authority London Internet Exchange - (LINX) New Casinos Ltd GmbH Swiss Federal Office of Communications
Swisscom AG

Small enterprise

APTLD Association for Computing Machinery Bureau Telecommunicatie en Post Cardschat .CO Internet S.A.S.
Dealspotr DigiCert SSL Certificate Authority Dot Asia Ectel Gibtelecom
Japan Registry Services Co., Ltd. NAPAfrica Nextiva NUUG Foundation Pantheon Technologies PromoCodeWatch, LLC Singapore Network Information Centre Srisakdi Charmonman Institute TELEM Group
Thai Network Information Center Foundation WIDE Project