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Microsoft continues Linux lovefest with open source network software SONiC

Brandon Butler | March 16, 2016
Open source software can be used to build networking equipment.

Microsoft is attempting to make sure it is part of OCP and not left in the dust by it. Microsoft’s corporate vice president Bill Liang sits on the board of OCP and the company has contributed multiple projects to OCP, including the SAI last year, along with a compute server design that it uses in Azure as well.

 

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