Why the Linux Foundation’s New Project May Prove Transformative


Plenty of people have talked about bringing common order and interoperability to the fragmented and insecure ecosystem that is the internet’s edge. They’ve dreamed of introducing a common architecture to a heterogeneous, distributed technical landscape of automotive computers and smart fridges; telecoms base stations and wind farm diagnostics tools: all chattering away to their owners and vendors over a disconcerting array of industry-specific legacy connectors and recently introduced wireless protocols

The Linux Foundation (LF) this week took a large step towards making this aspiration a reality with the launch of LF Edge; an ambitious umbrella project dedicated

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