IANA（The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority）is responsible for the global coordination of the DNS Root, IP addressing, and other Internet protocol resources. The “Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) Schemes” is one of the most important identifier resources standard, involving doi, dns., etc. The CSTR is accepted by this international standard.
Harvard Dataverse is an open online repository developed by Harvard University to share, preserve, cite, explore and analyze research data. It offers more than 75,000 data sets and 350,000 files, which are widely used by researchers all over the world. The CSTR is accepted by this international database.
Identifiers.org is created and managed by the European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI). EMBL-EBI are part of the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL), an intergovernmental research organisation funded by over 20 member states, prospect and associate member states. The Identifiers.org resolution service supports fundamental identifiers such as DOI, ORCID, ROR, and now also supports CSTR.
Global Open Science Cloud (GOSC, https://goscloud.net/) aims to co-design and co-build a cross-continental federated e-infrastructure and virtual research environment for global cooperation and open science by harmonized policies, interoperable protocols, transparent services and sustained mechanism.
DataCite is a global community that makes research more effective with metadata that connects research outputs and resources – from samples and images to data and preprints, by enabling the creation and management of persistent identifiers (PIDs), integrate services to improve research workflows, and facilitate the discovery and reuse of research outputs and resources. CNIC is a member of DataCite, helping data centers and researchers register DOIs.
The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) is the United Nations agency in charge of information and communication technology, and is responsible for formulating global telecommunications standards. CNIC has participated in the offline and online meetings of ITU-T SG2 and SG20 for many times, and invested and explored in the application field of the combination of Internet of Things logo technology and new technology.
Crossref is a non-profit organization founded in 2000 and an official digital object identifier (DOI) Registration Agency of the International DOI Foundation. Its aim is to achieve persistent cross-publisher citation links in online academic journals. Crossref interlinks a variety of content types, including journals, books, conference proceedings, technical reports, and data sets, making research objects easy to find, cite, link, evaluate, and reuse.
STM（International Association of Scientific, Technical and Medical Publishers) is the standard bearer for the academic publishing industry, working with its members to advance trusted research worldwide. STM champion innovation across academic research, and committed to ensuring that the great discoveries of our time are communicated with pinpoint accuracy, clarity and integrity.