LightReading: Linux Foundation Re-Orgs to Simplify Open Source Networking
The Linux Foundation | 26 January 2018
“The Linux Foundation is restructuring its operations to better coordinate the activities of multiple open source networking projects that impact the telecom space, including OPNFV, ONAP and OpenDaylight.”
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