Intel, the world leader in silicon innovation, delivers hardware and software technologies to continually advance how people work and live. For over two decades, Intel's contributions to open-source projects-from one end of the solution stack to the other-have helped ensure that a breadth of solutions run exceptionally well on Intel® architecture. As a result, open-source-based solutions, running on Intel® architecture, help unlock business opportunities, power businesses, connect people, and enhance lives. Open source is bringing amazing experiences to life-and Intel is helping power these experiences as a Sponsor of Tomorrow.
Enea is a world leader in the development of software solutions for communication-driven products with extreme demands on high-availability and performance. Enea’s expertise in Linux and real-time operating systems shortens development cycles, reduces costs and increases system reliability. For more information please visit enea.com or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the world’s largest IT company, HP focuses on simplifying technology experiences for all its customers—from individual consumers to large enterprises.HP helps businesses focus on innovation instead of IT operations by offering robust solutions based on HP inventions, open source software, and industry-standard hardware in a converged infrastructure. As the leading provider of scalable Linux platforms, HP ships one Linux server every minute. HP not only uses open source within the company extensively but also contributes their expertise to hundreds of open source projects worldwide. They built tools for open source governance in enterprises, then released them as an open source project called FOSSology. Additionally, HP helps lead the thriving FOSSBazaar community focused on free and open source governance best practices, education, and tools. For more information, visit http://hp.com/go/
The Yocto Project is an open source collaboration project that provides templates, tools and methods to help developers create custom Linux-based systems for embedded products regardless of the hardware architecture. It was founded in 2010 as a collaboration among many hardware manufacturers, open-source operating systems vendors, and electronics companies to bring some order to the chaos of embedded Linux development. You can learn more about each aspect of the Yocto Project on the following page: https://www.yoctoproject.org.