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XCloud Networks Joins The Linux Foundation

XCloud Networks Joins The Linux Foundation

Santa Clara, California,  July 9, 2019- It’s our pleasure to announce that we are officially a member of The Linux Foundation that has taken its experience and expertise supporting the Linux community to help establish, build, and sustain some of the most critical open source technologies.

This is an exciting collaboration because Linux Foundation members help support the development of shared technology resources while accelerating their own innovation through open source leadership and participation in some of the world’s most successful open source projects including Hyperledger, Kubernetes, Linux, Node.js and ONAP. 

“XCloud is excited to support LF Networking and work with the great minds moving the industry forward,” said Alex Saroyan, Founder & CEO, XCloud. “We strongly believe that the future data center will encompass in part the agility to enable the network to become a part of the computing fabric. After learning from customers for more than two years we are focused on bringing to market the tooling and service required to facilitate this change. By joining LF Networking we are hoping to meet the folks in the industry ready to deliver solutions in line with the vision established by the open networking community.” 

“We are delighted to welcome XCloud Networks to the LFN member community,” said Arpit Joshipura, general manager, Networking, Edge and IoT, the Linux Foundation. “Their expertise in scalable network infrastructure and eagerness to further open networking across the industry are welcome attributes to further tomorrow’s networks.”

This membership will enable to bring a unique set of workflow productivity tools to market to meet customers’ changing needs. 

 

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