Keyword: Linux Foundation
Juniper Networks is using a playbook similar to that of its rival Cisco as it works toward becoming more of a software-centric company.
AT&T's Mazin Gilbert said open source groups are tying into each other to advance technologies within the telecom industry and beyond.
While open source has changed the face of the telecom industry over the past five years, the coming years will be even bigger for the industry.
The Linux Foundation's LF Deep Learning Foundation announced it has added Ciena, DiDi, Intel, Orange and Red Hat to its membership roster.
AT&T's Mazin Gilbert has a lot of balls in the air when it comes to juggling the telco's virtualization and open source initiatives.
The DPDK project announced the availability of its 18.05 software release, which was the fifth release since joining the Linux Foundation last year.
OpenSwitch announced the availability of a new software release today and welcomed new project members to its ecosystem.
ONAP had a little help from some friends for its second software release, which is called Beijing.
In this Q&A, AT&T's Mazin Gilbert talks about his company's sponsorship of an artificial intelligence contest and how the telco is using AI.
The LF Networking Fund (LFN), which facilitates open source projects, announced Wednesday that Sprint has joined as a "silver" member.