Keyword: Linux Foundation
O-RAN aims to bring the principles of disaggregation of hardware from software to the radio access network.
The Linux Foundation announced that four new members have joined LF Edge: Alef Mobitech, HarmonyCloud, Section and Marvell Semiconductor.
The Linux Foundation will host the CHIPS Alliance open source project, which will accelerate the creation of more efficient and flexible chip designs.
The Linux Foundation is launching LF Edge, an umbrella organization to establish an open, interoperable framework for edge computing.
The O-RAN Alliance announced new board members—including Verizon—and a collaboration with the Linux Foundation on open source software.
Huawei made a prominent showing at OSCON 2018 despite U.S. security concerns swirling about the Chinese company.
In case there was any doubt, AT&T is making it known that edge computing is key to its 5G strategy.
AT&T found a home for its open source project dubbed Disaggregated Network Operating System, or dNOS, in The Linux Foundation.
One thing on the road map for folks at AT&T this year is finding a home for Open Architecture for a Disaggregated Network Operating System (dNOS).
Inocybe is targeting Tier 2 and 3 wired/wireless service providers globally and enterprises to talk open source.