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IDG Contributor Network: HP’s OpenSwitch becomes a Linux Foundation Project

HP’s open source networking operating system, OpenSwitch, is now a Linux Foundation project.

Many industry players are joining the project, including Broadcom, Cavium, Extreme Networks, LinkedIn, Mellanox, Nephos Inc., P4.org, Quattro Networks, SnapRoute and, of course, Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

OpenSwitch is full-featured, Linux-based modular and modern network operating system that provides support for traditional and cloud networking environments.

Commenting on the arrival of OpenSwicth Jim Zemlin, executive director at The Linux Foundation said, “OpenSwitch brings another important ingredient of the open networking stack to The Linux Foundation. We’re looking forward to working with this community to advance networking across the enterprise.”

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HP’s Chromebook 13 is the MacBook Air of the Google world

Like other Chrome OS laptops, the Chromebook 13 offers a simplified computing environment, built around Google’s Chrome Web browser. That means aside from some basic file-management tools, you’ll be generally restricted to cloud-based apps, such as …


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HP’s struggles reflected in CIOs IT purchasing plans

HP’s plan to lay off 33,000 workers over the next three years — the latest step in its massive restructuring — underscores the challenges the tech giant faces as it seeks to adapt to changing demands in corporate computing. CIOs, many of whom are under pressure to inject digital capabilities into their businesses and support […]


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HP’s struggles reflected in CIOs IT purchasing plans

HP’s plan to lay off 33,000 workers over the next three years — the latest step in its massive restructuring — underscores the challenges the tech giant faces as it seeks to adapt to changing demands in corporate computing.

CIOs, many of whom are under pressure to inject digital capabilities into their businesses and support increasingly mobile workforces, are shifting spending away from enterprise hardware and services to cloud, mobile and analytics software. Incumbent vendors are scrambling to keep up, each in different ways. However, HP’s answer to the challenges is the most dramatic and headline-grabbing.

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HP’s struggles reflected in CIOs IT purchasing plans

HP’s plan to lay off 33,000 workers over the next three years — the latest step in its massive restructuring — underscores the challenges the tech giant faces as it seeks to adapt to changing demands in corporate computing.

CIOs, many of whom are under pressure to inject digital capabilities into their businesses and support increasingly mobile workforces, are shifting spending away from enterprise hardware and services to cloud, mobile and analytics software. Incumbent vendors are scrambling to keep up, each in different ways. However, HP’s answer to the challenges is the most dramatic and headline-grabbing.

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HP’s struggles reflected in CIOs IT purchasing plans

HP’s plan to lay off 33,000 workers over the next three years — the latest step in its massive restructuring — underscores the challenges the tech giant faces as it seeks to adapt to changing demands in corporate computing.

CIOs, many of whom are under pressure to inject digital capabilities into their businesses and support increasingly mobile workforces, are shifting spending away from enterprise hardware and services to cloud, mobile and analytics software. Incumbent vendors are scrambling to keep up, each in different ways. However, HP’s answer to the challenges is the most dramatic and headline-grabbing.

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HP’s struggles reflected in CIOs IT purchasing plans

HP’s plan to lay off 33,000 workers over the next three years — the latest step in its massive restructuring — underscores the challenges the tech giant faces as it seeks to adapt to changing demands in corporate computing.

CIOs, many of whom are under pressure to inject digital capabilities into their businesses and support increasingly mobile workforces, are shifting spending away from enterprise hardware and services to cloud, mobile and analytics software. Incumbent vendors are scrambling to keep up, each in different ways. However, HP’s answer to the challenges is the most dramatic and headline-grabbing.

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