The Linux Foundation Has Four New Members
Article by George Norman
On 15 Jul 2011
It’s always nice to see companies show their support for Linux and join The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization dedicated to accelerating the growth of Linux. Earlier this month we were announcing that Toyota, the world’s largest automobile manufacturer by sales and production, joined The Linux Foundation in order to maximize its investment in Linux while at the same time foster open innovation throughout the automotive ecosystem.

Today we are glad to report that The Linux Foundation has four new members, members that represent Linux’s ubiquity and adaptability across industries. The new members in question are: basysKom, Codero, Gluster and Nixu Open.

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“We are pleased to welcome basysKom, Codero, Gluster and Nixu Open to The Linux Foundation,” said Amanda McPherson, vice president of marketing and developer programs at The Linux Foundation. “Their membership is a testament to the rapid growth of Linux across market segments and its ability to address new technology opportunities.”

Let’s take a quick look at the four new members that joined The Linux Foundation and the reasons why they did so.

By joining The Linux Foundaiton, basysKom (development service provide for Qt solutions, WebKit technology, frameworks, and applications) facilitates “a deeper level of collaboration on Linux between us and the rest of the stakeholders in this place”, explained Managing Director of basysKom, Eva Brucherseifer.

“Our customers depend on Linux-based IT and web hosting services,” said Nicholas Gaugler, Vice President of Development and Engineering at Codero, leading provider of optimized infrastructure that creates scalable environments using dedicated, managed and cloud hosting. “Our collaboration with The Linux Foundation and its members will help us meet our customers’ demands and grow our business.”

Anand Babu, Co-founder and CTO of Gluster (leading provider of open source storage for public, private and hybrid clouds) explained that “Linux is giving us the power we need to address mature enterprise storage needs” and that “by joining The Linux Foundation, we will be able to participate in events and working group initiatives that provide fertile ground for advancing Linux.”

Nixu Open

Through consultancy and development of open source components, Nixu Open helps companies ensure the security of embedded systems. Michael Przybilski, Executive Manager, Nixu Open said that “our Linux Foundation membership will further enable us to support and orchestrate the security of embedded systems, benefiting the community as well as our customers.”

Tags: Linux, Linux Foundation, Toyota, basysKom, Codero, Gluster, Nixu Open
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