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Helping the automotive industry innovate

Automotive Grade Linux, with more than 100 members, is a common platform for vehicle software; from infotainment to advanced driver assistance, and autonomous driving. AGL lets automakers and suppliers speed innovation and bring new features to market faster. Toyota has adopted the AGL platform starting with the best selling car in the world, the 2018 Toyota Camry.

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Revolutionizing networks for 2.5B mobile subscribers

Global operators spanning telecommunications, cable, enterprise, and cloud are redefining their networks to keep up with massive subscriber and data growth. The Open Network Automation Platform will enable them to keep up with these demands. Global mobile service operators representing 55% of the mobile market plan to use ONAP to automate their networks in order to build and deliver the connected world of the future.

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Redefining the nature of trust on the Internet

Hyperledger is a global collaboration driven by more than 150 members from the finance, banking, Internet of Things, supply chain, manufacturing, and technology industries. The Hyperledger community is creating modular open source components and platforms for secure distributed ledgers and smart contracts. Businesses with the most stringent requirements trust Hyperledger to build industry-standard blockchains: by business, for business.

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Keeping pace with customer demand

In 2015, Google worked with The Linux Foundation to create the Cloud Native Computing Foundation and donated Kubernetes, the open source platform to automate deployment, scale, and manage containerized applications. The result? One of the highest velocity cloud projects today. Businesses including Box, GolfNow, Ancestry.com, eBay, BlackRock, and Ticketmaster are delivering their products and services faster, and boosting productivity and scalability, with Kubernetes.

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