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Dec 1, 2021

EdgeX Foundry Announces EdgeX 2.1 LTS, the Project’s First Long Term Support Release

Community debuts Developer Badge Program to recognize, reward  developer contributions as it begins plans for Spring 2022 release, codenamed ‘Kamakura’ SAN FRANCISCO – December 1, 2021 – EdgeX Foundry, a Linux Foundation project under the  LF Edge project umbrella, today announced the release of version 2.1 of EdgeX, codenamed ‘Jakarta.’ …

Oct 11, 2021

LF Edge Welcomes New Premier Members F5, VMware as it matures into a Framework for Real- World Edge, Telco, and IoT Solutions

Industry leaders F5, VMware, Eclipse Foundation, mimik, Platform 9, Teal Communications, and Veea, Inc. join open source edge project umbrella to collaborate on furthering edge computing LF Edge’s portfolio of projects continue to diversify with addition of eKuiper and Project Alvarium to address IoT data analytics and trust fabrics; additionally,…

Aug 18, 2021

Expanded Keynote Line-Up for Open Networking and Edge Summit + Kubernetes on Edge Day Includes Industry Luminaries

Four additional keynotes speakers will grace the main stage at Open Networking and Edge Summit + Kubernetes on Edge Day to share expertise across Automation and AI, 5G, and the power of Open Ecosystems  SAN FRANCISCO, August 18, 2021 – The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through…

Aug 3, 2021

EdgeX Foundry Releases the Most Modern, Secure, and Production-Ready Open Source IoT Framework

Four-plus years of collaboration, 190+ contributors, 8M+ container downloads, new retail project ORRA, EdgeX Ready and foundation for future, long-term support pave the way for Ireland release SAN FRANCISCO – August 3, 2021 – EdgeX Foundry, a project under the LF Edge umbrella organization within the Linux Foundation, today announced…

Mar 10, 2021

LF Edge’s State of the Edge 2021 Report Predicts Global Edge Computing Infrastructure Market to be Worth Up to $800 Billion by 2028

COVID-19 highlighted that expertise in legacy data centers could be obsolete in the next few years as the pandemic forced the development of new tools enabled by edge computing for remote monitoring, provisioning, repair and management. Open source hardware and software projects are driving innovation at the edge by accelerating…