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SAN JOSE, Calif. – ONE Summit North America– May 1, 2024 – LF Networking (LFN), the de-facto collaboration ecosystem for Open Source Networking projects, announced today that Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., which enables a world where virtually everyone and everything can be intelligently connected, has joined the project as a Platinum member. 

Announced from the opening keynote stage at Open Networking & Edge (ONE) Summit, where the open networking ecosystem collaboration hub comes to life, Qualcomm Technologies joins 14 other leading global organizations as Platinum members, all committed to leveraging open source for digital transformation. 

 “It is an honor to welcome Qualcomm Technologies to the LF Networking community of leading global collaborators,” said Arpit Joshipura, general manager, Networking, Edge and IoT, at the Linux Foundation. “As a global leader enabling more intelligent connections across domains and devices, Qualcomm Technologies’ expertise is paramount to enabling a broader, more agile and scalable open ecosystem.” 

Qualcomm Technologies has long been committed to advancing, harmonizing, and promoting the development of Open-Source reference platforms to foster research and development efforts in academia, industry, and government applications. 

“Now is the time for unifying all of these efforts with the broad portfolio of other network projects under the umbrella of the LF Network Super Blueprint,” said Leendert van Doorn, Senior Vice President, Engineering, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. “Broader cooperation among these projects under the Super blueprint will pave the way for establishing platforms that enable research and development for advanced AI automation, easing integration testing, and improving security for 5G and 6G networks.”

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