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ATS, CloudOps, Comarch, Customer Care, Institute for Information Industry, JMA Wireless, Ribbon Communications and UNH InterOperability Lab Increase Investment in open networking
SAN FRANCISCO, March 8, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- LF Networking Fund (LFN), a Linux Foundation initiative that sustains and advances various networking technologies, today announced that eight new members have joined the LFN to foster collaboration and innovation across the entire networking stack. New Silver members ATS, CloudOps, Comarch, Customer Care, JMA Wireless, and Ribbon Communications, and new Associate members Institute for Information Industry (III), and UNH-InterOperability Lab join an existing roster of members working collaboratively to advance the future of networking.
"After launching LFN in January, we've seen an influx of new members crossing various industries and geographies," said Arpit Joshipura, General Manager, Networking and Orchestration, The Linux Foundation. "LFN membership growth represents interest from various verticals, signaling major momentum to leverage open source to redefine how networks and created a new generation of services are delivered. We look forward to working together with these new members as they innovate across our global communities."
The Linux Foundation introduced LFN Networking,, a new entity that integrates the governance of participating projects (including ONAP, OPNFV, OpenDaylight, FD.io, PNDA and SNAS) in order to enhance operational excellence, simplify member engagement, and increase collaboration across open source networking projects and standards bodies. With more than 90 founding members, LFN is a home for increased harmonization across an open networking stack. build the new networking stack. To learn more about the approach to LFN, please read Arpit Joshipura's recent blog post.
This March 26-29, LFN will participate in Open Networking Summit North America in Los Angeles. The conference will highlight the innovation from LFN's technical projects that is breaking new ground for end users on their journey towards adoption and deployment of open source networking. The conference will also highlight the digital disruption of open source networking across various verticals such as cloud native, artificial intelligence, edge computing and more. To learn more and register, please visit here.
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