Linux Foundation ropes in Google and Intel to accelerate real-time Linux development

Linux Foundation ropes in Google and Intel to accelerate real-time Linux development

DUBLIN: LINUXCON EUROPE is underway in Dublin and the first morning has seen a slew of announcements from hosts, the Linux Foundation.

Jim Zemlin, chief executive of the Foundation, said in his opening remarks that this year’s opening day falls on the 24th anniversary of Linux itself and the 30th of the Free Software Foundation, giving credit to delegates for their part in the success of both.

He also noted that research conducted into the value of the Linux codebase has shown that in the past few years the code has been worth over $5bn.

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