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  • ONE Summit, back in Silicon Valley at the San Jose Convention Center April 29-May 1, brings  top technical and executive experts from the industry covering the latest trends and innovation in AI, Cloud Native Networking, Security, and more – meet your customers and partners 
  • Thanks to a dedicated ONE Summit Program Committee for reviewing and selecting this year’s program across Enterprise, Cloud and Telecom Ecosystems 
  • Early Bird registration ends January 28, so register to attend this industry-leading event today

SAN FRANCISCO–January 18, 2024 – LF Networking (LFN), the de-facto collaboration ecosystem for Open Source Networking projects, has announced the initial session agenda for ONE Summit 2024, taking place April 29 – May 1 in San Jose, Calif., is now available. 

“ONE Summit brings the industry’s best and brightest to the stage, with both real-world examples and future-looking proposals,” said Arpit Joshipura, general manager, Networking, Edge and IoT, at the Linux Foundation. “This year’s line-up is no exception and includes a robust curation of topical discussions from across the growing ecosystem. We invite you to review the agenda and register to join us in person for what’s going to be a phenomenal event.”

The industry’s premier open networking and edge ecosystem event, ONE Summit gathers global thought leaders to collaborate across AI, Access, Edge, Cloud, Core, and more. This year’s tracks include:

  •  AI Implementation across Telecom, Cloud, Enterprise & Edge
  •  The Future of Open Innovation
  •  Securing and Automating the Open end-to-end Network
  •  Deployment Use Stories: Where Slides Meet the Real World 

The final session agenda includes over 50 sessions filling the two-day event, across panels, fireside chats, lightning talks, and more. Keynotes will be announced in the coming weeks. 

LF Networking would like to thank the ONE Summit Program Committee for their support in reviewing this year’s submissions:

  • Gene Bagwell, Verizon
  • Gergely Csteri, Nokia
  • Beth Cohen, Verizon
  • Daniel Lazaro, AVEVA
  • Joe Pearson, IBM
  • Byung Woo Jung, Ericsson
  • Snehal Patel, Walmart
  • Lakshmi Pradeep,  Meta
  • Sridhar Rao, Linux Foundation
  • Amy Zwarrico, AT&T

Attend ONE Summit

ONE Summit registration is open! Early Bird Registration ends January 28, so register today for the best price. Members of LF Networking and LF Edge may receive a 20 percent discount (if interested in project membership, please visit or ). 

Members of the media interested in attending ONE Summit via a complimentary press pass should reach out to

Elevate Your Brand: Sponsor ONE Summit 2024

Sponsorship at ONE Summit is not just about an event; it’s about being integral to the advancement of open technology. Align your brand with the epicenter of open source innovation and make a bold statement in the industry. As a sponsor, you’ll gain unparalleled exposure to industry leaders in AI, Cloud Native, Edge/IoT, and more. This is your platform to shine among decision-makers and influencers from across diverse technological domains. 

Sponsorship gains you:

  • High-Visibility Impact: Your brand will be front and center to a specialized audience, offering unmatched exposure and networking opportunities with industry elites.
  • Expertise Showcase: Demonstrate your leadership and innovations on an influential stage, directly engaging with potential customers and partners.
  • Tailored Sponsorship Opportunities: From exhibiting to hosting side events, our varied packages cater to different goals and budgets. We’re here to help you find the perfect fit for your brand.

Anyone interested in sponsoring ONE Summit, including co-located events, booths, and other packages, should download the Sponsorship Prospectus or contact us at

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