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LFN Member Spotlight: Samsung Electronics (Samsung)

Sep 16, 2019 | lfnetworking In Blog

The LFN community is comprised of a diverse set of member organizations that work collaboratively across software and projects to provide platforms and building blocks for Network Infrastructure and Services across Service Providers, Cloud Providers, Enterprises, Vendors, and System Integrators that enable rapid interoperability, deployment, and adoption. This blog series highlights…

Twelve Community-Driven Demos Highlight Innovation and Integration Across the Networking Stack

Sep 9, 2019 | lfnetworking In Blog, FD.io, ONAP

LF Networking (LFN) represents the largest set of networking projects with the broadest community in the industry that collaborate on the many challenges and opportunities in the open source networking stack. Since forming in January 2018, it has grown to over 100 members that represent ~70% of the world’s mobile…

E2E 5G Network Services Are Going Cloud Native

Sep 5, 2019 | lfnetworking In Blog, OPNFV

By: Heather Kirksey, VP of  Community & Ecosytem Development, Linux Foundation It was nearly one year ago that the OPNFV community unveiled the second iteration of the Virtual Central Office (VCO 2.0) proof of concept in Amsterdam at Open Networking Summit Europe, and it’s been over two years since debuting…

5 Takeaways from the June 2019 LFN DDF/Plugfest

Aug 20, 2019 | lfnetworking In Blog

By Amar Kapadia (This post originally appeared on the Aarna Networks blog) There was an LFN Developer Design Forum (DDF) and Plugfest held in Stockholm in early June. These is a semi-annual event. In the past, the ONAP project had conducted DDFs and OPNFV had conducted Plugfests. This event was…

[Comparison] OpenDaylight Neon SR1 vs. SR2

Aug 1, 2019 | lfnetworking In Blog, OpenDaylight

A version of this post was initially published by PANTHEON.tech.  The development of OpenDaylight Sodium is already producing significant improvements, some of which are finding their way to the upcoming Service Release of Neon. These are the test results for OpenDaylight Neon SR2. We have recorded significant improvements in the following areas: Datastore snapshot-size: ~49%…

Tungsten Fabric Heads to China

Jul 23, 2019 | lfnetworking In Blog, TungstenFabric

By Edward Ting Along with other significant open source projects, Tungsten Fabric participated in the 2019 Network & Compute Developer’s Conference (NCDC), in Beijing,  to rally community developers in the Greater China region.  Tungsten Fabric’s booth featured a wall-sized image of TF architecture as well our key "RULE THEM ALL…

LF Networking Welcomes New Member Loodse

Apr 29, 2019 | lfnetworking In Blog

An Interview with Loodse CEO and Co-Founder Sebastian Scheele Linux Foundation Networking is pleased to have Loodse as its newest member. Loodse is focused on cloud-native technologies and Kubernetes. We spoke with Loodse CEO and Co-Founder Sebastian Scheele via email about the company’s business, its passion for open source and…

Network Harmonization 2.0: Evolving Linux Foundation Networking

May 7, 2018 | lfnetworking In Blog

The Linux Foundation currently hosts 9 of the 10 largest open source networking projects — a set of thriving global communities, such as ONAP, OPNFV, OpenDaylight, FD.io and others which together form the new networking stack. As a foundation, we believe in harmonization between open source and open standards with…