LF Networking Announces New Member Walmart, Bolsters a New Era of Enterprise Open Source Networking

SAN FRANCISCO March 31 2021 LF Networking LFN the de-facto collaboration ecosystem for Open Source Networking projects today announced that Walmart has joined as a Platinum member. Walmart is the first retail member of LFN and joins 21 other global organizations as Platinum members all working to accelerate open source networking.

We are thrilled to welcome Walmart to the LF Networking community said Arpit Joshipura general manager Networking Edge and IoT at the Linux Foundation. As the worlds largest retailer Walmart brings expertise across a broad swath of areas including retail point of sale networking enterprise IT and hybrid cloud deployments. We look forward to collaborative efforts that accelerate the open source networking community.

Im excited to join the Linux Foundation Governing Board on behalf of Walmart said Koby Avital Executive Vice President Walmart Global Tech. By joining LFN Walmart has the opportunity to contribute influence the cloud growth and better support the enterprise and service provider communities by open-sourcing innovative technologies across its retail infrastructure.


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