Linux Foundation expands with 18 new members
The Linux Foundation, a nonprofit technology organization, has added 18 new organizations as silver members. These members will work on open source projects for networking, blockchain, security cloud and other technologies, according to a press release.
The foundation uses a collaborative development model to help develop technologies at a fast pace, according to the release. Some of its projects include the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, automotive grade Linux and Hyperledger.
"The Linux Foundation is proud to welcome the support of such a great group of new silver members," Linux Foundation Executive Director Jim Zemlin said in the release. "These organizations are taking this step, which demonstrates their immense dedication to the open source community and principles."