Open Networking Foundation Projects Transferred to LF


The transition sets up the projects for broader collaboration.

The Open Networking Project (ONF) has announced that its open source networking projects will become independent projects under the Linux Foundation (LF), and the ONF will be dissolved. 

“Linux Foundation is merging ONF’s marquee portfolio of broadband, mobile, edge, and cloud networking projects under the LF umbrella to help usher in the next phase of community growth,” says Jim Zemlin, LF executive director.

“The move creates independent, community-led governance for the three major project areas: Broadband, Aether, and P4, and sets the projects up for broader collaboration and adoption,” the announcement states. Current ONF members will be welcomed to the new projects with transition support.

Supporting organizations for the new projects include Cornell University, Deutsche Telekom, Google, Intel, Netsia, Radisys, and Türk Telekom, the announcement says.


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