Tag / Open Compute Project

  • October 16, 2015 - Samsung Open Source Group

    In This Week’s Wrap Up: A Portable VPN, CDN Caching, and Space!

    Open Source Wrap Up: October 10 – 16, 2015 NASA Releases Massive VICAR Collection as Open Source NASA has been developing Video Image Communication and Retrieval (VICAR) software since the 1960’s, and this software has been used for transporting image and video data from many missions into space. They have released the suite of VICAR tools they use as open source.  NASA has been getting more involved in open source communities for some time, and this is just another development in a series of positive moves towards greater open source use and development. The source code for the VICAR software can be found on GitHub and it includes more than 350 applications. The use of this software has grown from unmanned planetary spacecraft to include biomedical image processing, cartography, geological exploration, and more. Portable, Open Source VPN Finishes Successful KickStarter InvizBox Go is a new product being developed by a […]

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  • Open Source Weekly Wrap Up: May 9 -15 2015 2015 Future of Open Source Study For the last 15 years, North Bridge and Black Duck Software have joined efforts every year to conduct a survey about the use of open source in modern business. A record 1,300 people responded to the survey this year, up from 822 in 2013. Respondents included software engineers, CIOs, CEOs, educators, analysts, and more. There is little that has changed in open source trends, and this survey demonstrates the continued pervasive expansion of open source. Here are some notable findings from this year’s survey: Enterprise Use/Participation 78% of companies run on open source, and less than 3% don’t use FOSS at all. 64% of respondents said their company currently participates in open source projects, up 14% YOY. 88% expect their companies to increase open source contributions, up from 56% last year. 66% consider OSS to […]

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