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The Linux Foundation announces collective to enhance open source software security

Tech Republic Security

The newly formed Open Source Security Foundation includes titans in technology such as Google, Intel, Microsoft, IBM, and more.

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Amazon's Lumberyard goes open source, it's now called Open 3D Engine, gets wider support

TechSpot

The Open 3D Foundation results from the collaboration of various developers, aiming to support open-source projects designed to improve the capabilities of 3D graphics, rendering, authoring, and development.

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Intel could be bringing its 56-core CPUs to workstations

TechSpot

Intel has been steadily updating the relevant enterprise software in preparation for Sapphire Rapids for over a year. Some of that software is open source and the source of small leaks. Last week, a trawler found a reference to an unknown processor in the boot log of a Linux kernel,

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Telefonica, Red Hat and Intel Partner on Open Source NFV for Telcos

Data Center Knowledge

The solution will combine Intel Xeon chips, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, a KVM hypervisor, Red Hat''s OpenStack distro and OpenFlow network switches. Intel Networking Technology cyan red hat telefonica'

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Intel, VMware, Linux Foundation & Others Form Open Platform for Enterprise AI

Tech Republic

Organizations can contribute to the platform’s GitHub or receive a framework for creating enterprise-grade generative AI systems.

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Amazon shifts Lumberyard to open source 3D game engine supported by 20 companies

Venture Beast

Amazon is contributing its Lumberyard game engine to open source, and it will be known as the Open 3D Engine. Read More.

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China says “no thanks” to Intel and AMD on government devices

Dataconomy

processors from its government computers and servers, effectively banning Intel and AMD chips. processors from government-operated computers and servers, thereby excluding chips manufactured by Intel and AMD, according to a report by the Financial Times. China has enacted new rules mandating the removal of U.S. and China.

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