Deutsche Telekom joins Linux Foundation

Linux Foundation Networking (LFN) has continued its membership growth with the addition of its newest Platinum member Deutsche Telekom, one of the world´s integrated telecommunications companies, the company said.

With its collaboration and extensive global footprint, Deutsche Telekom will help accelerate LFN globally, contributing to emerging network technologies critical to enabling 5G services.

LFN supports the momentum of open source networking, integrating governance of participating projects in order to enhance operational excellence, simplify member engagement, and increase collaboration. Deutsche Telekom is also an active participant in the ONAP project and plans to contribute to the next platform release, Casablanca.

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