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How Samsung is Bringing Open Source Culture Inside the Firewall

Software companies have long realized the economic and strategic value of using and contributing code to external open source projects.

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Best Quotes from the Linux Kernel Developer Panel

Linux kernel developers Greg Kroah-Hartman, Jens Axboe, Dave Chinner, Matthew Garrett, and Mel Gorman participated in a panel discussion, moderated by LWN Editor Jon Corbet, at Collaboration Summit on Wednesday. Here are some of the highlights.

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Panel: How to Enable Large-Scale Collaboration

Companies are increasingly turning to collaborative software development to build their products and services and speed innovation, keynote presenters at Collaboration Summit told us this morning. But how does this process actually happen?

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From Internet of Things to SDN, Open Source Collaboration Key to Tech Innovation

Open source and collaborative software development has evolved in recent years to become an essential part of technology industry innovation, said Li

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Watch Live Video of Collaboration Summit Keynotes on March 26

Can't make it to Napa this week? Catch the Linux Foundation's live video stream of Collaboration Summit keynotes on Wednesday, March 28, starting at 9:30 a.m. PST. (Login required) And check back into Linux.com for regular updates and photos from the conference.

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Red Hat's Chris Wright: Telco Industry Poised for Open Source Disruption

As an OpenDaylight project board member and the technical director of Software-Defined Networking (SDN) at Red Hat, Chris Wright knows what it takes to launch a successful open source, collaborative project.

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Xen Project Shares Lessons of Collaborative Project Success

It's been almost one year since the Xen Project open source hypervisor joined The Linux Foundation as a Collaborative Project. In that time the project has added new corporate members and developers and expanded into new technologies. Project leaders have also learned a lot about how to build a successful collaborative project.

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Linux Video of the Week: Why Open Source Will Change Networking

Open source software will dramatically accelerate change in the networking industry over the next few years through software-defined networking (SDN) and network functions virtualization (NFV), according to a new

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Neela Jacques: Why Collaborative Development is Right for Software-Defined Networking

There are a number of open source software business models that companies employ today.

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Qualcomm's Liat Ben-Zur: Open Source Collaboration Works

Earlier this year, Qualcomm wowed technology industry executives and analysts with a tour of its

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