Intel Is Currently The Number One Sponsor Of Linux Kernel Development
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Kernel on 18 February 2015 at 01:10 PM EST. 48 Comments
LINUX KERNEL --
The Linux Foundation has released their annual Linux kernel development report from the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit taking place in Santa Rosa, California.

The report covers the nearly 12,000 developers from 1,200 companies that have contributed to the kernel over the past decade. The company sponsoring Linux kernel development the most since the last report was Intel. The top ten organization list includes: Intel, Red Hat, Linaro, Samsung, IBM, SUSE, Texas Instruments, Vision Engraving Systems, Google and Renesas.

The full findings from the report can be found via the LinuxFoundation.org announcement.
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