Press Release Archive 2015

Press Release 12/15/2015

 

Linux Foundation Drives Mass Innovation Through
Open Source with New Members

San Francisco – December 15, 2015 – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today is announcing three new silver members are joining the organization: Autodesk, Concurrent Computer Corporation and DataKinetics.

Thousands of developers and more than 600 organizations work across Linux Foundation-hosted projects. From container technologies and application platforms to datacenter operating systems and networking, The Linux Foundation provides critical services to support every corner of technology infrastructure. By growing the member ecosystem to include software solutions and big data processing experts, The Linux Foundation further unites the world’s leading technologists to drive open innovation on a global scale.

“Open source has become the de facto way to create software. The Linux Foundation provides a neutral home for organizations to develop technology at scale and at a rate that can’t be matched working on their own,” said Jim Zemlin, executive director, The Linux Foundation. “We’re excited to welcome these members to our organization as we enter another exciting year of collaboration.”

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