Linux Foundation and LF Networking Announce Keynote Speakers for Open Networking Summit Europe

The Linux Foundation Japan Linux Foundation and LF Networking Announce Keynote Speakers for Open Networking Summit Europe ………………………………………………………………………………………… The Linux Networking, a non-profit organization dedicated to delivering large-scale innovations through open source, and LF Networking (LFN), which promotes collaboration and operational excellence between open networking projects, will open on July 10 (Open). The keynote speakers and panelists (held from September 23-25 ​​in Antwerp, Belgium) were presented. July 10, 2019-San Francisco-Collaboration and operational excellence between the Linux Foundation (, a non-profit organization dedicated to the realization of large-scale innovation through open source, and open networking projects Promoting LF Networking (LFN will be held at the Open Networking Summit Europe (September 23-25, 2007 in Antwerp, Belgium The keynote speakers and panelists of networking-summit-europe-2019 / were presented. The Open Networking Summit (ONS) is an industry leading open networking event in which businesses, service providers and cloud providers work together to deliver joint development and innovation. The event provides a platform to discuss the future of open networking including networks and related technologies such as 5G, SDN / NFV, VNF / CNF, Cloud Native Networking, Network Automation, Edge, AI, Access & IoT Services, etc. Following its initial launch outside North America in 2018, ONS Europe 2019 offers a wide range of opportunities to share, learn and collaborate with more people on these key cutting-edge technologies. The keynote speakers and the panelists are the following people. Beth Cohen, NFV / SDN Product Strategy at Verizon Melissa Evers-Hood, Senior Director, Google OS Division, System Software Products at Intel Heather Kirksey, Vice President, Ecosystem & Community at The Linux Foundation Dan Kohn, Executive Director of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation Philippe Lucas, Senior Vice President, Strategy, Architecture & Standardization at Orange Roman Shaposhnik, Co-Founder & Vice President, Product & Strategy at ZEDEDA Will Townsend, Senior Analyst, Carriers and Enterprise Networking, Moor Insights & Strategy & Forbes Contributor Amy Wheelus, Vice President-Network Cloud at AT & T Additional keynote speakers and the entire session schedule will be announced on July 23. The registration fee until July 28 is 1000 USD. There are also a $ 275 Hall Pass, a $ 600 Day Pass, and a $ 500 Student Pass. For more information, including discounts for non-profits and groups, visit the event registration page ( Members of the Linux Foundation and Linux Foundation projects can receive a 20% discount on registration fees. Discount codes can be requested from Diversity Scholarships and Needs-Based Scholarships (Diversity and Economic Needs Applications for sexually responsive scholarship programs are currently being accepted. Click here for application criteria and application method ( The Linux Foundation’s events are a place where the world’s top technologists meet, collaborate, learn and interact to drive innovation to support the world’s largest shared technology. The Open Networking Summit Europe is powered by sponsors such as Diamond sponsor Ericsson, Platinum sponsor Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Huawei, Keysight Technologies, and Gold sponsor Red Hat. For more information about event sponsors, please visit ( Press members who wish to use the Press Pass should contact Jill Lovato ( Other materials YouTube: Why Attend Linux Foundation Events: Open Networking Summit North America 2019 Event Recap: About Linux Foundation Founded in 2000, the Linux Foundation is supported by more than 1,000 members and is the world leader in open source software, open standards, open data, and open hardware collaboration. Linux Foundation projects such as Linux, Kubernetes, and Node.js are an integral part of the world’s infrastructure. The Linux Foundation creates a sustainable, open collaboration model by leveraging best practices and addressing the needs of contributors, users, and solution providers. For more information, please visit ### The Linux Foundation has registered and used various trademarks. A list of Linux Foundation trademarks can be found here ( Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds.

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