Samsung joined l as a platinum member because both are elastomer materials. Inux foundation networking fund
Samsung recently joined the newly established Linux foundation networking Fund (LFN) as a platinum member. This new organization mainly coordinates software definition network (SDN) and network function Virtualization (nfv). The advantage of the organization is to enhance the advantages of operation, simplify the participation of members, and increase the collaboration between open source network projects and standard setting agencies
according to the constitution of the Linux foundation, Platinum members have the right to "participate in and support the production, manufacture, use, sale and standardization of Linux and other open source technologies", with an annual fee of 500000 US dollars
woojune Kim, senior vice president of Samsung Electronics North America, said, "I firmly believe that the Linux foundation network project will be an important driving force for the next generation network innovation, including 5g. As a member of the project, Samsung will strengthen cooperation with the open source community to ensure that carrier level solutions based on the latest technologies, such as cloud data center, are launched."
arpit joshipura, general manager of networking and orchestration of Linux foundation, said, "take the cloud native Computing Foundation of Linux as an example, which combines kubernetes with other platform-as-a-service (PAAS) cloud programs. In the past five years, the networking foundation project has greatly accelerated networking innovation, making data networking develop at an unprecedented speed in the next few decades."
in addition to Samsung, LFN members also include Tencent, Microsoft, LinkedIn, HP enterprise, Fujitsu, Comcast, China Unicom, canonical, Baidu. This year, the relevant departments have achieved good results in implementing the policy of dissolving excess coal capacity. ZTE, Vodafone, Verizon, VMware, SUSE, red hat, Qualcomm, orange, Nokia, Intel, Huawei, Ericsson, IBM, Cisco and bell