Walmart and Linux Foundation Networking Join Forces to Advance Retailer’s Breakthrough L3AF eBPF Lifecycle Management Platform

Published – Oct 2021

Broadly considered the most digitally and data driven mass retailer in the world, Walmart took another leap forward this week, announcing with the fast-growing Linux Foundation Networking (LFN) organization Walmart’s contribution of its disruptive, fully open-sourced, L3AF platform, which enables Kernel Function as a Service by providing complete lifecycle management of eBPF networking application programs.


Published – Oct 2021

In a few short years, LF Edge, which is an umbrella organization within the constantly expanding Linux Foundation, has made significant strides in addressing challenges associated with edge computing in the real world.

Established in January 2019, LF Edge comprises existing Linux Foundation projects Akraino Edge Stack, EdgeX Foundry, and the Open Glossary of Edge Computing, as well as Project EVE led by ZEDEDA and Home Edge Project led by Samsung Electronics.


Published – Oct 2021

Remember when the triple play used to mean basic Internet access, cable television, and voice services?

Things have changed dramatically since ISPs began offering these home-based services a few decades back, and today triple play stakes are higher than ever, as consumers demand high-speed Internet, HD streaming video, and voice services embedded into applications, including voice-activated services.