The Linux Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux, has announced that three new companies are joining the organization: Antelink, Calxeda and Reaktor.
The organization has garnered some important members this year, including Samsung and Nvidia, and now they have managed to get another three prominent members.
The new parters for The Linux Foundation
are Antelink, a company that specializes in continuous file and component detection for the management and governance of open source software, Calxeda, a company that brings performance density to the data center with an attractive power footprint by leveraging ultra-low-power processors, and Reaktor, a company that offers software services and consulting.
According to The Linux Foundation, Linux’s success can be attributed, in large part, to the collaborative development model, a combined work of more than 8,000 developers and 800 companies that is helping to advance the operating system faster than any other platform on the planet.