Linux Foundation seeks to harmonise open source and standards development
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Arpit Joshipura, General Manager, Networking, Linux Foundation
A year ago The Linux Foundation created its 'Harmonisation 1.0' initiative, focusing on collaboration between projects and with standards bodies. It brought together a set of open source projects, which together form the basis of the modern telecoms systems. Open source creates three values for telcos: speed to services, vendor collaboration, and cost reductions. The LF is also creating a framework between open source and standards communities; for example, this year it announced an agreement with the TM Forum, focused on the APIs that work between the two communities.
Filmed at: Open Networking Summit, North America, Los Angeles, California
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