News of Note—New Amdocs CEO, Kontron buys Inocybe and more

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Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Amdocs topped the $1 billion quarterly revenue mark for the first time and named Shuky Sheffer as its new CEO. St. Louis Post-Dispatch article

> Kontron has added to its open software stable with Wednesday's news that it has bought Inocybe for an undisclosed amount. Release


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> The Linux Foundation Networking Fund announced the addition of eight new Silver and Associate members. Release

> The Linux Foundation's Hyperledger, which is an open source group created to advance cross-industry blockchain technologies, announced it has surpassed the 250-member mark with the addition of nine new member organizations. Release

> General Electric is reportedly selling off digital assets as it appears to be throwing in the towel on becoming a top software company. CRN article


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